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This is BBC World News today.

Our top stories. The most senior

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member of the Trump administration

so far is charged in the probe into

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possible collusion with Russia.

Sacked National Security Advisor

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Michael Flynn has pleaded guilty to

lying to the FBI about his contacts

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with Moscow. The White House says

that nothing about the guilty plea

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or the charge implicates anyone

other than Mr Flynn. We will be

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bringing you the very latest.

Also, the EU will refuse to begin

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talks on a post-Brexit trade deal if

Ireland is not satisfied with the

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UK's offer on the Northern Irish

border.

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Pope Francis comes face-to-face with

the agony of the Rohingya refugees

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in Bangladesh and publicly uses the

word Rohingya in recognition of

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their identity.

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Hello and welcome to World News

Today. We start with news that

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President Trump's former National

Security Advisor, Michael Flynn, has

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pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI

about his contact with Russia. Mr

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Flynn is the most senior former

official to be charged so far in the

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investigation into alleged Russian

meddling in last year's US

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presidential election. Well, this is

Mr Flynn leaving court earlier,

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having admitted to making false

statements about conversations he

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had with Russia's ambassador to

Washington during last year's

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election campaign. He has agreed to

cooperate with the probe into

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alleged Russian interference, saying

it is in the best interests of his

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family and his country. In response,

a lawyer for the White House has

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said that nothing about the guilty

plea or the charge implicates anyone

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other than Mr Flynn. Ali-macro has

the latest.

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It has sent political shock

waves through Washington.

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General Michael Flynn,

Donald Trump's former National

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Security adviser, turned himself

in to the FBI, and to a judge

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admitted lying about his contacts

with Russian officials.

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General Michael Flynn!

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Michael Flynn developed a close

relationship with Donald Trump

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during the election campaign,

at one point he was talked

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of as a potential Vice President.

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A truly great general.

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I thank you.

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At the Republican National

Convention, he famously led

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chanting for

Hillary Clinton to be imprisoned.

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Lock her up!

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All the focus is on the mistake

Michael Flynn made

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after Donald Trump's win

at the polls, when Barack Obama

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was still in office and had imposed

sanctions on Russia for interfering

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with the US election.

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On 29th December, Michael Flynn

spoke to the Russian Ambassador

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on the phone in the first

of a series of calls.

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On 15th January,

Vice-President Mike Pence said

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sanctions were not discussed

by Michael Flynn in those calls.

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Only after 9th February,

when a newspaper revealed General

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Flynn did discuss sanctions

when he was not organised to do

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so, did pressure increase

and Michael Flynn lost his job.

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-- not authorised.

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Michael Flynn then became one

of those investigated by the Special

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Counsel into Russia's attempts

to influence the election

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and the potential collusion

with the Trump campaign.

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This is unquestionably the biggest

moment of the Russia investigation.

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Michael Flynn is the most senior

member of Donald Trump's

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team to be indicted,

and is accused of lying

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to FBI agents while still

serving the White House.

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Most importantly, we now believe

Michael Flynn will testify

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that he was directed to talk

to the Russian Ambassador

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when he was not supposed

to by a senior official

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in Donald Trump's transition team,

bringing this investigation ever

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closer to the President himself.

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Aleem Maqbool, Washington.

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Our correspondent Laura Bicker is in

Washington for us. First, just

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explain to us, why does Michael

Flynn matter so much?

This is the

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most senior member of the Trump

administration, of the Trump team,

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to plead guilty to lying. That is

one of the reasons why this is so

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significant. Michael Flynn was not a

peripheral character in the Trump

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team, he was there at campaign, he

basically was one of the main phases

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of the national security policies

when it came to the Trump campaign,

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he travelled with Donald Trump on

various occasions both of you saw

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him on stage, leading that charge,

about Hillary Clinton, saying to

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lock her up. -- leading that child.

When it came to the claims he had

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lied about his contacts with Russia,

that he lied about that meeting with

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the Russian Ambassador here in

Washington. Well, Donald Trump is

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alleged to them have gone to the

then FBI Director James Comey and

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sat down and said to him, can you

see yourself letting Flynn go,

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leading the investigation into

Michael Flynn go? James Comey at

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that time thought that was so

significant that when he left the

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White House and left it oval office,

he wrote down a memo and give

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testimony to Congress. That is one

of the reason why there has been

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such a focus on Michael Flynn

himself. He lasted only 23 days in

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office, you heard from the White

House they wanted to distance

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themselves from him. But he did play

a key part both in the campaign and

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it was that that led him to be

appointed as National Security

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Advisor. So, when it comes to his

focus and focus on him, but is why

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it is so significant.

So what

happens next? Where is this

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investigation going to go next? What

are we going to see? I don't know if

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you can hear me. Unfortunately, it

looks like we have lost Laura

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Bicker.

Next, we are going to stay with this

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story and go across to New York. Our

national politics correspondent at

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Newsweek is here. Thank you for

joining us. I have noticed that your

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publication is already asking who

spoke to Michael Flynn to say

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whatever he did to the Russians was

not so, my question to you would be,

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what did the President Noel, and

when did he know it? How crucial

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will that be and what happens? What

did the President know?

Well, we are

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assuming that because Michael Flynn

took a play on only one count and he

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was allowed to only take a play on

one count when there were a lot of

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other things going on, that he is a

valuable source of information on

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the top of the food chain. That is

one of the assumptions. The other

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thing that we are discovering is

that interesting kind of issue here

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is that the involvement of Jared

Kushner, the President's son-in-law,

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in directing Flynn in his

conversations with the Russian

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Ambassador, not just related to the

sanctions that the Obama

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administration has -- had slapped on

Russia, but a Security Council

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hearing involving Israel, and of

course, Jared Kushner's family is

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very tied into extreme right-wing

settler organisations in Israel, so

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that is an interesting angle that is

opening up here. Especially at a

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time when the President is said to

be considering throwing out his

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Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson,

replacing him with a much more

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hardline anti-Iran official, Mike

Pompeo, and also putting in charge

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of the CIA a very pro-Israel and

anti-Iran Senator from Arkansas, Tom

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Cotton. So, there are all sorts of

international implications bubbling

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up for them in what happened today.

Do you think that this in any way

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could possibly lead directly to Mr

Trump?

Well, I do think it could

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possibly lead directly to Mr Trump,

because we know that he told the

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former FBI Director, James Comey, to

lay off Flynn. And that is

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obstruction of justice. So at that

point, if the investigation goes to

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that level, it leads to the

President. As far as the

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involvement, his directing these

people to say certain things to the

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Russians, I cannot answer that. It

is hard to tell whether he was that

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involve or whether it was just Jared

Kushner and others, Michael Flynn

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making these decisions on their own.

It is hard to imagine that that was

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going on, because he seems to be

ready hands on, aware of his small

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group, but I cannot confirm to you

that this is leading directly to the

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President of the United States. But

I think he is certainly in jeopardy.

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Many people in Washington are

asking, or rather saying that this

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probe could be politically

motivated. Do you think this is a

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line that could stand up, that the

White House could use to control the

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fallout?

Well, they have been doing

that for a long time. Certainly they

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have been saying it is politically

motivated, and if you watch Fox

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News, they are probably talking

about that right now. They would

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like to divert the attention to

investigating Hillary Clinton and

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Bill Clinton's foundation and their

involvement with uranium rights sold

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to the Russians. So, yes, they will

absolutely be diverting too, this is

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a political witchhunt, they have

been saying that all along, and

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you're going to see more of that.

You're also seeing a diversion

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today, it is all about diversion,

they are no diverting too, Trump and

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is today, the USA is going to

recognise Jerusalem as the capital

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of Israel, which is a very

contentious issue over dare-mac, as

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you know. The other thing that is

going on, the timing really could

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not be worse for Trump and the

Republicans, because today was the

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day that they were going to try and

vote on the tax reform Bill, which

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they absolutely need to have by the

end of the year finished, because

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they need to have some kind of, to

be able to point to some kind of a

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victory, some kind of concrete proof

that they have actually done some of

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the things that they promised to do.

He has no legislative victories as

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above. So this happening today,

while they were about to debate

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their big tax reform bill in the

Senate, could not be worse timing

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politically for the Republicans and

the President.

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Thank you very much. Zimbabwe has a

new President, but does he want a

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new start, or more of the same?

Emmerson Mnangagwa's Cabinet

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includes many of Robert Mugabe's

told ministers, plus two military

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generals in top jobs. It is not the

radical break with the past that

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opposition activists and clearly

hoped for.

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Our Zimbabwe correspondent reports.

This was Zimbabwe's exactly a week

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ago, high expectations from its

first leader in 37 years. -- this

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was Zimbabwe. Emmerson Mnangagwa

made all the right noises, alien

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covenant, greater efficiency and

acknowledgement that the public

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expectation was high. -- a leaner

Cabinet. He is rewarding the

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military whose opposition helped him

to power. Two military officers are

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in prominent positions. The head of

the air force, a feared figure in

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southern Zimbabwe. He is alleged to

have taken part in the brutal

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massacres that killed thousands of

civilians at the request of the then

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Prime Minister, Robert Mugabe. He

believes the lands of -- he leads

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the agriculture and land ministry.

Then the Foreign Minister, he

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appeared on state television to

announce the military operation,

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relatively unknown until then, he

has a doctorate in International

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Relations.

The war veterans leader bounces back

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to Cabinet as the new information

ministers will stop he was fired by

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Mugabe for challenging the First

Lady and he led mast protests which

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forced the former leader to resign.

Emmerson Mnangagwa has removed many

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of his predecessors -- predecessor

old allies but he has retained half

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of the Cabinet, some of whom were

deeply unpopular. Thousands of

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Zimbabweans gathered here just a

week ago, celebrating in using Bob

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Tway and some are now wondering

where -- whether this is the break

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with the past they hoped for. Many

had hoped it would provide a new

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direction and new confidence.

Investors will not cheer. The

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indigenous Asian ministry has been

scrapped. But opposition politicians

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have condemned the new Cabinet,

saying it is proof the military is

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still in charge and that the

honeymoon is over. Just two weeks

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ago, Zimbabwe celebrated the

people's General for leading the

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military takeover. Now they wait to

see whether he also will be rewarded

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with a vice presidency.

Pope Francis is visiting Bangladesh

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has met some of the more than

600,000 Rohingya Muslims who fled

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violence in Myanmar. He used the

word Rohingya in public for the

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first time, a controversial move

because the Myanmar government does

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not recognise the right anger as an

ethnic group. The refugees have been

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brought to the capital, Dhaka. More

than 600,000 men, women and children

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have fled their from Myanmar.

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Their plight has overshadowed his

visit to Myanmar and Bangladesh,

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and today, a group of Rohynga

refugees met Pope Francis in Dhaka.

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One by one, they had

a chance to tell him

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what they've been through.

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Up until now, Pope Francis had

avoided using the term

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"Rohingya", which is how these

people identify themselves.

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But a word that Myanmar

refuses to recognise.

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But today, the Pope

was more outspoken.

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At a meeting of religious leaders,

the Pope asked for forgiveness

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from Rohingya refugees for the hurt

they've endured, and for

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the indifference of the world.

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It's a crisis that has

overshadowed the Pope's visit

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to Myanmar and Bangladesh.

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Regardless of the politics

around the Pope's visit,

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for many people from the Catholic

community of Bangladesh,

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it was a chance to see the leader

of their religion in person.

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They're a tiny percentage

of the population of this country,

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but you couldn't tell that

by looking at the crowds here,

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tens of thousands have come

from different parts of Bangladesh.

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And they weren't disappointed.

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Before he said Mass,

Pope Francis took a quick

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tour through the crowd.

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For some, it was a moment

they'll remember forever.

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He's the first Pope to visit

Bangladesh in more than 30 years.

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I'm so happy and so blessed that

I got to get here in this space,

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so there are lots of people that

couldn't come over here.

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So I'm so lucky!

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I can see the Pope so near.

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I was in tears when I saw him.

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When I saw him, I thought

I'm seeing Jesus.

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I was saying, "God bless you, Papa.

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God bless you.

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I'm so happy to see you again."

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For this small community,

the Pope's visit is reassurance that

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they're part of something bigger.

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But for another minority,

it brought hope that one of the most

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influential leaders of the world

could help them.

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Yogita Limaye, BBC News, Dhaka.

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US media are reporting that

President Trump is likely to make a

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speech recognising Jerusalem as

Israel's capital on Wednesday. The

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international community does not

recognise Israeli sovereignty over

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the entire city. Palestinian

Authorities want east Jerusalem to

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be the capital of a future state. US

policy in the past has been that

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Jerusalem's status must be decided

in negotiations between the two

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sides.

The biggest lithium iron battery if

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the world has started delivering

power to Australia's electricity

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grid, the US firm Tesla built the

device and says it is three times

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more powerful than the world's next

biggest bat tri.

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And the Spanish stream court says it

will decide on Monday, whether ten

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jailed Catalan accept twists will be

granted bail so they can take part

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in campaigning in regional elections

later this month. Eight former

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Catalan Cabinet Ministers and two

others appeared in the court earlier

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on Friday. They were arrested on

suspicion of sedition and rebellion

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over their illegal campaign for

independence.

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The EU will refuse to begin talks on

a post-Brexit trade deal, if Ireland

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is not satisfied with the UK's offer

on the border. That is according to

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the European Council President

Donald Tusk, he held a joint news

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conference with the Irish Prime

Minister in Dublin. Ireland has

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urged the UK to be clearer on how it

plans to avoid a hard border between

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the republic and Northern Ireland.

Mr Tux who will chair a crunch

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summit in two weeks' time said the

border within Ireland must remain a

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symbol of cooperation.

We have

agreed today, that before proposing

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guidelines on transition and future

relations to the leaders, I will

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consultant the Taoiseach if the UK

offer is sufficient for the Irish

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Government. Let me say very clearly,

if the UK offer, if unacceptable for

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Ireland, it will also be

unacceptable for the EU. I realise

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for some British politicians this

may be hard to understand, but such

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is the logic behind the fact that

Ireland is the EU member, while the

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UK it is leaving. This is why the

Quito the UK's future lies in some

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ways in Dublin. At least as long as

Brexit negotiations continue.

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That was Donald Tusk, at least nine

people have been killed and almost

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40 injured after gunmen stormed the

campus of a university north-west

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Pakistan earlier today. The attack

took place at the Agricultural

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Training Institute located in

Peshawar. This report from

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Islamabad. Three gunmen opened fire

after entering the compound housing

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the agricultural training institute

this morning. Loud gunfire was heard

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from the scene until security

officials announced they had killed

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the attacker, today is is a national

holiday marking the birthday of the

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Prophet Muhammad. So the training

college was closed although a number

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of students were present. They make

up the bulk of those killed and

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injured. Some as young as 17. A

number of students were injured

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leaping out of the windows trying to

escape the attackers. The Pakistan

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Taliban claimed responsibility. It

was the scene of one of the most

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gruesome attacks when over 130

children were killed by militants in

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an assault on their school three

years a since then the number of

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attacks in Pakistan has greatly

reduced all those militants are

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still clearly able to operate.

Japan's emperor will abdicate in

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favour of his son in 2019. The

38-year-old emperor said last year,

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that his age and health would make

it difficult to fulfil his duties.

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-- 83. He could not choose to about

Kate himself, a ten member panel

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chaired by the Prime Minister agreed

and set a date today. Today. There

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is a cliche here that change never

comes quickly, and in the abdication

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of the emperor that is certainly

appears to the case, the emperor

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went on television to ask to be

allowed to retire more than a year

0:22:360:22:40

ark he said he was old and in poor

health and was corned he could no

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longer carry on its duty, it took

until June to pass the relevant

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legislation, now the imperial

household council has met to decide

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when it will happen. The answer,

April 30th 2019. The following day

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on May 1st, Crown Prince will ascend

the throne and a new era will be

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declared and the emperor and empress

will finally be allowed to retire.

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Now the draw for the 32 teams who

have made to it the 2001 football

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World Cup has taken place in a

ceremony at the Kremlin, our sports

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news correspondent Richard Conway

who is in Moscow for us casts his

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eye oh the draw.

The draw has been made here at the

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Kremlin state Palace in the heart of

the compound. Vladimir Putin

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welcoming all 32 teams to come in,

and look, to take a look forward to

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next summer's tournament. Russia

will kick off the entire

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competition, on June 14th, next

yore, against Saudi Arabia. That

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will be here in Moscow. I have been

given by Fifa my little wall chart,

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already, so I have the map all laid

out of who will play where and where

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they will be taking place, some

interesting matches. Portugal taking

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on Spain, those neighbours clashing

once again, that will be a

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fascinating tie. Argentina in group

D, they will have to take on Iceland

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who are making their debut at the

World Cup, and England of course who

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will be wanting to overturn a

frankly terrible record in recent

0:24:280:24:33

years at the World Cup, they will

take on Belgium, Tunisia, and

0:24:330:24:39

Panama, so some interesting games

there as well. Belgium having a

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heavily contingent. Roberto

Martinez, he knows about managing

0:24:460:24:50

the top English sides. So that is

another one to look out for.

0:24:500:24:56

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have

taken part in their first official

0:24:560:25:00

engagement together. They visited a

World Aids Day charity fair, meeting

0:25:000:25:07

representatives from the Terence

Higgins trust. Harry has become a

0:25:070:25:10

prominent campaigner on the issue

following in the footsteps of his

0:25:100:25:14

mother Diana, Princess of Wales, if

you are wondering where they went,

0:25:140:25:18

they were in Nottingham. You of

course will not forget the

0:25:180:25:24

announcement was made on Monday that

they will be guessing married.

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A reminder of our top story.

President Trump's former national

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security adviser Michael Flynn has

pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI

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about his contact with Russia. She

the most senior former official to

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be charged so far in the

investigation into alleged Russian

0:25:450:25:49

meddling in the US Presidential

election. Plenty more on this story

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right here on BBC World News. Do

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