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This is BBC World News Today.

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I'm Samantha Simmonds.

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Our top stories.

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President Trump says the actions

of his former top aide pleads guilty

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of lying to the FBI -

tweeting that Michael Flynn's

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actions were in fact "lawful".

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But Mr Trump has also scored a big

win this weekend after Republicans

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in the Senate pushed

through the biggest package

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of tax cuts in decades.

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As clashes erupt again in Yemen,

the country's former president -

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whose forces are fighting

the Saudi-led coalition -

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says he's ready to talk.

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North Korea's nuclear tests roll

on but could they be having some

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unintended consequences?

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We take a look at the

environmental impact.

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Hello and welcome to BBC World News.

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President Trump says

he fired his former National

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Security Advisor Michael Flynn

for lying, but that

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Mr Flynn's work was "lawful".

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Mr Flynn pleaded guilty on Friday to

lying to the FBI about his contacts

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with the Russian government.

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The president's comments have turned

the focus back to the ongoing

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investigation just hours

after what most agree

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is the first big legislative

achievement of his presidency.

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His fellow Republicans

in the Senate have pushed

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through a sweeping tax bill,

which promises a sharp cut

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in corporate taxation,

plus cuts for many including some

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the richest people in America.

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Laura Bicker reports

from Washington.

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Finally Donald Trump is on course

for a much-needed win.

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It looks like he will claim

a victory on tax reform.

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We passed the largest tax cuts

in this country's history along

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with many other things.

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The vote was close.

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The arm-twisting

continued until dawn.

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There were so many last-minute

changes to the bill that senators

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had to scribble them in the margins.

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Democrats say the package

will benefit big business

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and the wealthy.

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Republicans believe it will slash

corporation taxes and

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help the middle classes.

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For Republicans and the president,

it was a welcome distraction

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from the other Washington drama.

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Donald Trump's former security

adviser Michael Flynn pleading

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guilty to lying about the FBI

about his meetings with Russians.

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The former three-star general played

a key part in Mr Trump's

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campaign and led this chant

about Hillary Clinton

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which will live in infamy.

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If I did a tenth of what she did,

I would be in jail today.

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In court, Mr Flynn apologised

about lying with his meetings

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with Russians but more

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worryingly for the White House,

he will testify that he was told

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to contact Russia by officials.

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One of those is thought to be

Donald Trump's son-in-law

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Jared Kushner.

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But the president remains defiant.

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What has been shown is no collusion.

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No collusion.

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Absolutely no collusion.

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So we are very happy.

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President Trump tweeted

that he fired General Flynn

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because of his lies and said

it was a shame because his

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actions were not unlawful

and had nothing to hide.

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This should have been

a momentous day for Mr Trump.

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The Republicans finally united

behind tax reform but the spectre

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of the Russian investigation

continues to loom

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over the White House.

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Natasha Bertrand joins me

from New York City.

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She is the political correspondent

for Business Insider, and has been

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following the Michael Flynn

investigation closely.

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Please just explain where we are up

to with all of this and John Potter

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are very latest tweet saying Michael

Flynn was sacked because of his

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actions but it was lawful -- Donald

Trump's latest tweet.

This was

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remarkable. Trump says he fired the

National Security adviser Michael

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Flynn because he lied to the vice

president but he added something

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interesting that haven't been

disclosed before because of he also

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fired him because he lied to the

FBI. Legal experts said that is a

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clear indication from news that

Flynn had lied to the FBI when he

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asked the former FBI director James

Komi to drop the investigation into

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Michael Flynn. That signal intent on

Trump's part to obstruct justice,

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this could be legally precarious as

he moves forward with the

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investigation which is looking into

obstruction.

Just explain what

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Michael Flynn is accused or pleaded

guilty to doing? He has done a deal

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hasn't he, whereby he is going to we

expect get a lesser sentence. This

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will complicate all of this, so

explain all of this.

It's extremely

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conjugated but basically, Flynn

pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI

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about talking to Russians. He said

he did not disclose the full

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conversation to Russia when he had.

The question is why did he lie about

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these conversations at all. People

say it would have been acceptable

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for the incoming national Security

adviser to discuss sanctions with

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his essentially his counterpart. It

is about as major foreign policy

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changes that happened three weeks

before the Trump White House was due

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to be coming in. The real question

is why Flynn felt the need to live,

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who he was best acting, and who

directed him to speak to the Russian

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ambassador about sanctions because

those people could be vulnerable.

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Will we get answers to those

questions and why does all this

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leave the Trump administration?

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Trump's son-in-law Jared Kusher is

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very bad position because he was

communicating with Flynn about

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Russia, had told him from early on

with communicating with Russia about

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the UN resolution on Israel. He was

looped in, they met in early

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December where they talked about

setting up a back channel to Moscow.

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What Flynn could do because he was

charged on such a low-level crime,

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it is a federal crime to lie to the

FBI but there is so much more that

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he could have gotten to involve.

That is an indication that he gave

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can give Muller much bigger fish

about people like the president. We

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can expect to see in the coming

weeks and months, Muller really

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closing in on Trump's in a circle

and potentially getting to president

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himself.

Interesting times ahead,

thank you. That's Tuchel a reporter

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in Washington, DC, covering

Congress. He explains the

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significance of the bill passing.

This is the tax bill. It got through

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through the skin of its teeth,

didn't it? Explain how important

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victory this isn't how it got

through because there's an awful lot

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of last-minute wrangling?

It was a

51-49 votes are very slim, it just

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got past. The political

ramifications are major. As Laura

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described earlier, this was a

much-needed victory for the

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president and it's a first time in

the 11 months or so he has been in

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office, that one of his big

legislative priorities has got

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through both the house and the

Senate. You remember the health care

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battle of the summer, the house

passed the version but the Senate

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could not. This is a victory for the

president, and the way the Senate

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Republican leadership secured this

was adding these sweeteners in the

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legislation that one over certain

key senators that were holding out

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up to the last minute.

The Democrats

are saying that these deals only

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benefit the rich and nonpartisan

committee says the measures will add

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$1 trillion to the budget deficit.

Republicans say it will benefit

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working families, who is right here?

Who will get something out of this?

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A lot of this depends on how the

economy ends up going here in the US

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in the coming years. This is a ten

year plan and the joint committee on

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taxation report said was that $1

trillion will be added to the

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deficit over the next ten years.

Even if you account for economic

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growth. Republicans discount that

very strongly. They believe the

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economy will grow as a result of tax

cuts and that will bring in more red

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killing

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the government. A lot will rely on

the government growing. There were

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trying to figure out a mechanism to

raise taxes or cut spending if

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growth does not meet projection.

Others did not make it into the

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bill. The Senate ruled it was not

allowable in terms of the Senate

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procedure.

As you were saying,

President Trump badly needed this

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win. But it's not over yet. He wants

is enacted before Christmas, there

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could be hurdles along the way?

The

house and Senate bills are pretty

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different. There are some small and

major differences. The major one is

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the Senate version includes a repeal

of the individual mandate on

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Obamacare, the Affordable Care Act

which is what requires people to pay

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a penalty if they don't buy health

insurance. That will have to be

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reconciled. The house could pass the

Senate bill and send it to the

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resident desk but the attention from

what I'm hearing is they will go to

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a conference committee is the last

that I could tell you, I was there

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till 3am at the Capitol, Republican

senators were elated, Senator John

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Isaacs and smiled when I asked what

have the field to pass this in light

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and does the recent sale is on

health care. He said I wasn't a

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great English student but it doesn't

get any better than this.

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Republicans are high on it and hope

they can get it done by Christmas.

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Thank you.

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Still to come... Jose Mourinho get

one over Arsene Wenger as Manchester

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United win against Arsenal in the

Premier League.

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Let's take a look at some of

the other stories making the news.

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There've been clashes between German

police and demonstrators outside

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the far-right Alternative

for Germany party conference

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in the city of Hannover.

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Police used water cannon to clear

a path for delegates.

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The conference re-elected

Joerg Meuthen as a co-chairman,

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a victory for the party's

more pragmatic wing.

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The former Egyptian Prime Minister,

Ahmed Shafik, is back in Egypt

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after allegedly being deported

from the United Arab Emirates.

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His return comes a few days

after he declared his intention

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to stand in Egypt's presidential

election next year.

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On Thursday, Mr Shafik said

he wanted to return to Egypt,

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but the UAE authorities

were preventing him.

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The Argentine navy has sent

an unmanned search vehicle to check

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what it describes as a deformed

shape on the South Atlantic sea bed

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which might be the wreck

of the San Juan submarine.

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An international search has failed

to find the submarine which had 44

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crew on board when it went missing

17 days ago.

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Because BBC World News today, the

latest headlines.

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President Trump has said

the actions of his former

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national security advisor,

Michael Flynn , who admitted

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to lying to the FBI

on Friday , were lawful.

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US Republicans celebrate passing

of a sweeping tax reform bill

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but Democrats complain

it was a rushed job.

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The Saudi-led coalition has welcomed

an offer of talks made

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by Yemen's former President,

Ali Abdullah Saleh, whose forces -

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along with the Houthi rebels -

have been fighting the coalition

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for more than two years.

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In the past few days,

fighting has broken out

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between the former allies.

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Rhodri Davies has more.

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There are only fighters on the

street of Yemen's capital. And this

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time, its allies fighting each

other. Gunmen loyal to the former

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president Saleh are now trying to

force Houthi fighters out of the

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city. The beauty of ancient Sanaa is

scarred by bullets. Already a

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complex struggle, it has become even

more so. On one side is president

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who has force is control of the land

in red. He is backed by Saudi

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Arabia. As and eight other mostly

Sunni Arab states. As posing them

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are sheer Houthi rebels who are

backed by alarm and have built a

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alliance with Saleh which appears to

be breaking down, now fighting the

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Houthis and hinting they could do a

deal with Saudi Arabia.

It will not

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end. It turns right now but the

alliance will continue but the only

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change to happen is that Saleh is

more influential, more powerful and

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has the power to announce the

initiative to end the Yemen war.

A

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critical humanitarian situation

remains. The conflict has killed

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more than 10,000 people, displaced

over two million and triggered a

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cholera epidemic. The latest

violence and only further pressure.

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We are currently receiving more

requests for medical supplies from

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two main hospitals that are actually

supported by the International Red

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Cross in Yemen. My colleagues now

are doing their utmost best in order

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to meet the needs and to help the

wounded because of the clashes.

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Yemenis once the country's almost

three years of water come to an end.

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But that may rose five the dominance

of a man who until the Arab Spring

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spent 33 years of their president.

-- as their president.

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We can now talk to Yemeni

journalist Afrah Nasser -

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she joins us from Sweden.

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Thanks for joining us. Has

significant is this offer to talk by

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Saleh?

This is absolutely a defining

moment not only on the course of

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Yemen war but also on the course of

post-Yemen 2011 uprising period in

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my opinion. The Saudis are clearly

not only succeeding in starving

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Yemen into negotiations but also

into returning Yemen to pre-2011

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uprising political reality where we

are facing the lesser of two evils

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situation. Now it is whether Saleh

who is also, his hands are full of

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blood as well. He is supposed to be

the rescuer for Yemen. Rescuing

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Yemen some being the world provides

a humanitarian crisis over the

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course of I think the past six

months, he has been ongoing on

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public speeches, really reflecting

and expressing his concerns and

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worried about the humanitarian

situation in the country. That is

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fully what triggered him to propose

negotiations in many eyes, he is now

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a hero.

What needs to happen now for

this reaching out to bring an end to

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the war?

In my opinion, we are

seeing the death of the coalition

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and Houthis. Now there is a

coalition between them and the

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Saudis. It's up to them to decide

the trajectory of the coming days

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and hours. As we speak, there are

major developments happening within

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a few hours. It remains to be seen

but there are definitely the final

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say will be the other side, which is

the Saudis and Saleh.

Now do you

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feel that a man you said had blood

on his hands, is becoming a

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peacemaker? -- how do you feel.

I

think the blood and sacrifices of

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all my generation who took to the

streets in 2011, I think it has all

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gone to waste. In my opinion, I

think we are going to block zero.

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There was never an uprising. It

seems like Stockholm syndrome that a

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lot of people are turning blind to

the violations this man has done

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over not only the past few years but

the last three decades. It's a very

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confusing moment, I think in Yemen's

history.

94 sharing your thoughts.

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-- thank you for sharing your

thoughts. Let's get this board with

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Jessica. We stuck with the ball

where Manchester United have close

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the gap on Manchester City after

winning 3-1 at Arsenal. They got the

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ideal start in 50 minutes, Alexandre

Lacazette got a goal back before

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they secured the points. It could be

one of the matches of the season. It

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wasn't all positive for United

because Paul Pogba was sent off, he

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will miss the Manchester derby.

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Amazing attitude from everyone. The

quality that they showed. The

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quality of many things. The show

also amazing character in the

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difficult moments of the game. It

gave us difficult moment. Arsenal

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gave us difficult moment. They had

attacking quality and the difficult

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moment of playing with ten men for

quite a lot of time. Amazing

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character by the players, I think

they deserve your words that are

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similar to my work when I met them

in the dressing room.

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Elsewhere in the Premier League

Liverpool are into the top four

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after a 5-1 thrashing of Brighton.

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Sam Allardyce marked his first game

in charge of everton with a 2-0

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win over Huddersfield.

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Swansea are bottom after their

defeat against Stoke.

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Barcelona are still unbeaten

at the top of La Liga

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after being held to an entertaining

2-2 draw by Celta Vigo.

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Iago Aspa put Celta ahead

after Marc-Andre ter Staygun failed

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to keep hold of the ball.

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But Barca levelled moments later

as Lionel Messi converted Paulinho's

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pass for his 17th goal this season.

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Luis Suarez had a goal maybe harshly

ruled offside and Messi hit a post.

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Then Suarez put Barca ahead...

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But Gomez later equalised for Celta

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To the rugby league World Cup final

Where Australia beat England 6-0,

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in one of the lowest scoring

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Rugby League World Cups in history.

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Delight and jublilation

for the Australian team.

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Understandably, this is their second

year unbeaten as a team.

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It was Boyd Cordner who got the only

try of the match and secured

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Australia's 11th World Cup title,

their first on home

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soil since 1977.

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That was one of the toughest trouble

games are played in my career.

As

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really pleasing victory for the

boys. Like I said it's been a fairly

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hard road for this one over the last

two years. We want to put ourselves

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back to number one. With got back

World Cup victories now and very

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happy to have the kangaroos is the

best team in the world.

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Australia just have the edge

after day one of the second Ashes

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cricket Test in Adelaide.

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After winning the toss and putting

the Aussies into bat,

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England were gifted an early

breakthrough when Cameron Bancroft

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was run-out by Chris Woakes.

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England then got the wicket

of dangerman David Warner, three

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runs short of his half-century.

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But, a 50 from Usman Khawaja settled

down the hosts, before he went,

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and then debutant Craig Overton took

the prize wicket of

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Captain Steve Smith.

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The hosts finished on 209 for four.

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And that's all the sport for now.

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North Korea's nuclear programme has

caused shock waves abroad and made

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some big cracks in the international

community , but now it

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could be having an impact

much closer to home.

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Let's take a look.

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Now Witness and we're heading back

to 1957 when a huge Science City

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was built in the middle

of Siberian forest.

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They called it Academic City.

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Dozens of research institutes

were built, and top scientists

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were enticed to come to work in this

harsh inhospitable region.

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Victor Varand was one

of the first research chemists

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to move to Academic City.

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He told Witness what it was

like to live and work

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in such an unusual place.

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A town of 25,000 inhabitants. A town

where nearly everyone is a scientist

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or hoping to become one. A new town

called academic city.

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TRANSLATION:

My first impression was

that of bewilderment, to be honest.

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Everything was different here. The

houses were right in the middle of

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the forest. It was so quiet and the

air seemed so fresh.

What used to be

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thought of as a wasteland has turned

out to beat the Soviet Union's

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greatest treasure house. A land

unbelievable rich in mineral. They

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thought there was no oil here, now

it's floating on it. There are

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diamond fields that could be as

surge of South Africa's. And gold

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and platinum two. -- as rich as

South Africa's.

I worked in academic

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city for 46 years since 1962.

I was

a research chemist at the Institute

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of Inorganic chemistry. In 1963, I

thought my beloved subject matter

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analytical chemistry at the

University there. Since the times of

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the Czar, people were Axar out to

Siberia, would you excel to anyone

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to a good place? That was the idea

of Siberia, that Wall Street people.

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-- walls eight people. Our salary

was only 10% more than others, but

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we got separate apartments. In the

years, there was an acute shortage

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of housing. They didn't attract is

worth housing, they attracted us

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with in accommodation and good work.

No other research laboratories are

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so lavishly equipped and nowhere

else other students so carefully

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selected or recently examined.

This

is what is called a colliding beam

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accelerator, the only one of its

kind in the world. Designed to hurl

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particles of matter and particles of

antimatter. Our Institute of nuclear

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physics is a globally recognised

research Centre. Its scientists have

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collaborated in the construction of

the Large Hadron Collider in

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Switzerland. But many of the

inventions in breakthroughs happened

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in secret research projects for the

Ministry of Defence.

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Of course, the creation of academic

city was a great achievement. A new

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generation of scientists has been

nurtured here. Most people who

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worked there and now an graduate of

our university, and what does Russia

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live on today? Gas and oil, of

course Karanka found and explored

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those resources? Our Siberian

scientists.

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That's it for me for now. Goodbye.

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Good evening. It's been gradually

turning milder the

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Good evening. It's been gradually

turning milder the past 24 hours or

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less cold. But there's been a lot of

cloud with that change. We had a

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lovely sunset this evening in Kent

and Sunday promises more sunshine

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for many of us. Currently however,

you can see whether from the week as

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they are draped across the country

sinking southward. They give some

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grey and murky conditions if you are

out and about travelling. There will

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be some light rain drizzling, the

cloud is low enough for the hills,

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but later denied we will start to

see things clearing out. We could

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just about get a touch of frost in

the north-east, and early on in the

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South East. For most of us, after

what has been a jolly chilly week,

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it will look lively frost free, but

it probably will be got a murky

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start to the day. Especially across

the southern half of the country.

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This week whether funds will move

fairly quickly to for part of

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Pembrokeshire and south-west

England. For most of England and

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Wales, it will be brighter and drier

there. Not so cold either, to the

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starting 4-5d, for Northern Ireland

that is close by. Scotland team, a

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few shallow fog partridges in the

South of England but they should

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Clare. It topples back into their

but it tinker for Northern Ireland.

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For most of us, it's a bright

afternoon with some good spells of

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Ihsan Sacko chilly today in the

north-east because we are back into

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cooler air, but better in East

Anglia. Into Sunday evening and

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overnight week whether funds so

cloud comes in by what we find is

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probably a little bit of forward as

we go through to Monday morning rush

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hour, particularly in East Anglia

and the South East, in the West we

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have some showers but a lot of dry

unsettled weather will greet us on

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Monday and slightly milder weather

and we had in the week just gone.

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That is because we have hired

pressure, but mine conditions,

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pushing to North and west and we

have to wait till mid week to see

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something more turbulent. That is

Wednesday, it looks set to turn wet

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and windy about that stage. But a

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