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This is BBC World News Today.

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Our top stories.

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The UN Security Council prepares to

vote on a new ceasefire in Syria -

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as government forces continue

to target eastern Ghouta,

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These are live pictures

from the United Nations in New York.

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The vote has been postponed several

times. One of Donald Trump's former

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campaign aides omits to conspiring

and lying to investigators.

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A blunt assessment from

the European Council President

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of the UK's plans for a post-Brexit

relationship with

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the European Union.

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If the reports are correct, I am

afraid that the UK's position today

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is based on pure illusion.

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Were you the mastermind that

cheated the Olympics?

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Yes.

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The man who revealed Russian doping,

now in fear for his life,

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says Russia should not be allowed

at the closing of

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the Winter Olympics.

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This is the most important moment in

the history of the International

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Olympic Committee and if the flag is

allowed to appear, it will be the

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worst decision. The Olympics could

die.

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Hello and welcome

to World News Today.

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Intensive diplomatic efforts are

under way at the UN Security

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Council, which holds the fate of the

residents of Eastern Ghouta in its

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hands.

The Security Council is

currently debating resolution and

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these are live pictures, calling for

a 30 day humanitarian ceasefire in

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Syria. The vote due earlier has been

postponed for hours and on Thursday

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it was called off. Russia has

previously objected to the

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resolution and still has

reservations.

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Let's go to the UN in New York,

and our correspondent, Nada Tawfik.

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Is clear if any deal is likely yet?

Negotiations are ongoing and I asked

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one diplomat if we would see a vote

tonight and he said, who knows?

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There is the old saying, nothing is

agreed until everything is agreed

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and so diplomats have been waiting

to see if they can agree on a final

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language, and I am told there is no

final draft yet, so as they say,

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negotiations are still fresh and

getting under way but these

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negotiations over the original draft

put forward by Sweden and Kuwait

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have been going on for two weeks and

I have to say the mood music is that

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we are much closer to agreement on a

ceasefire family have been at any

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point.

Given Russia and Syria's

position that basically President

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Assad is fighting terrorists on the

doorstep of Damascus, the capital,

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what is it that Russia might have

agreed to to allow some deal?

There

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were several amendments that Russia

put forward, that they wanted to be

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considered. They said it was an

unrealistic draft, they did not

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think they were getting enough

reassurances that the rebels would

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abide by it and also they wanted

extremist groups like Isis and

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Al-Qaeda and even their associates

to be excluded from the ceasefire so

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that the Syrian military could

continue its campaign against those

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groups. Again, there are

negotiations going on so I have not

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seen the latest draft but as of last

night, at least the consideration

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about keeping extremist groups

exempt was included in the draft and

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so that very well could be enough to

get Russia to agree. Some of the

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other Russian amendments were not

put into the new draft. Again, it is

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unclear at the moment but the final

words or passages are that the

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diplomats are negotiating.

Thank you

very much.

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Gates was a deputy campaign manager

for Trump during the 2016 election.

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Special Counsel Robert Mueller had

been investigating him as part of

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his probe into alleged Russian

meddling in the election. Gates was

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facing more serious charges before

entering his guilty plea earlier

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today. Laura Trevelyan has more from

Washington.

What Rick Gates pleaded

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guilty to is not actually relating

to the specific issue of collusion

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between the Trump campaign and

Russia. Previous charges had been

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brought against him by the Special

Counsel about money-laundering and

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tax evasion. What is highly

significant here is that Gates seems

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to have co-operated with Robert

Mueller in the hope he will then get

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a reduced sentence for these other

crimes. Remember, Rick Gates was

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deputy chair of the Trump campaign,

deputy chair of the Trump inaugural,

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so a very significant figure and he

joins the third former Trump

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campaign aide to be cooperating with

the Special Counsel. But also, in

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corroborating he puts more pressure

on Paul Manafort, the former chair,

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who maintains his innocence about

money-laundering. In order to get a

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plea deal with an investigator, you

need to be giving up some

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investigation and information in

return so the question is, what

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information is Rick Gates giving up

on the question of collusion between

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the Trump campaign and Russia that

the Special Counsel is interested

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in? We don't know the answer yet but

that is the big question. He is an

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important figure, deputy chair of

the Trump campaign and after Paul

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Manafort left in 2016 under Clyde,

Gates stayed with the campaign and

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was deputy chair of the Trump

inaugural as well so he is a perk --

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person in a position to know a lot

about what did or did not happen in

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terms of length between the Trump

campaign and Russia. The Special

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Counsel, he was appointed to look at

whether there was collusion between

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the Trump campaign and Russia and

that is all he is interested in. If

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he has someone willing to give him

information in return for a reduced

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sentence, you must assume that the

information pertains to that key

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question of whether there was was

not collusion and admits tremendous

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pressure on Paul Manafort, who not

so far cooperating and maintaining

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his innocence but the fact that his

business partner, Rick Gates, has

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flipped, but some in a very

difficult position.

Laura Trevelyan

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in Washington. We can go live to

Washington because just outside the

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White House, this is the scene. Our

vehicle has rammed into a security

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barrier near the White House,

according to the US secret service.

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This is the live scene. -- a

vehicle. The White House was placed

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on lockdown, armed agents were seen

running into positions and President

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Trump was inside the building at the

time, he just hosted the Australian

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Prime Minister. It is reported that

there was a female driver of the

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car, she was apprehended, although

it is reported that no law

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enforcement personnel were injured

and no shots were fired. But the

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Secret Service officers did take in

the female driver of that vehicle.

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It has been reported that it struck

a security barrier near the White

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House at 17th and East but did not

breach the security barrier of the

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White House complex. You can see a

number of emergency personnel. As

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you can imagine, with that sort of

incident. We will keep you updated

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as more information comes into us.

Saying in the United States...

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After last week's school shooting

in Florida in which 17 people

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were killed, President Trump has

called for some teachers to carry

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concealed weapons in schools.

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He was speaking to the Conservative

Political Action Conference.

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This might be tempered scent or 20%

of the population of teachers. It is

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not all of them. But you would have

a lot. And you would tell people,

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they are inside. The beauty is it is

concealed, nobody would ever see it,

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unless they needed it. It is

concealed, so this crazy man who

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walked in would not even know who it

is that hazard, that is good. And a

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teacher would have shot the hell out

of him before he knew what

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happened...

APPLAUSE.

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They loved their students, they

loved the students, a member that.

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BBC's Gary O'Donoghue

is at that conference.

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I spoke to him earlier

about President Trump's comments,

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and what the reaction has been

so far.

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In terms of the shooting, you had

the meat of it, that went down

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pretty well that this audience and I

would not say they were overwhelmed

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with the idea of arming teachers but

they certainly like his robust

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support for the second Amendment in

general, the amendment that

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Americans use to protect their right

to own guns and weapons more

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generally. Interestingly, his idea

about arming teachers has not

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exactly gone down well with some

teaching unions but also the

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governor of Florida, Rick Scott, a

Republican. He is not too keen on

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that either. He is proposing raising

the age at which you can buy an

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assault weapon in Florida after the

age of 21. Which of course would

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have prevented Nicholas Cruz from

getting that weapon he used last

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week. But the debate is on this

teacher arming business. And I think

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that will define people

significantly. On the one hand,

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Donald Trump says it will make

schools safer and on the other,

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people will say the last thing

America needs to combat gun problem

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is guns.

If I can just turn to

another piece of news we're getting

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here... United States apparently

will open a new embassy in Jerusalem

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in May to coincide with the 70th

anniversary of Israel? We knew this

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was coming but confirmation of the

timing.

Yes, that is interesting and

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Donald Trump referred to Jerusalem

this morning in his speech and the

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moving of the embassy and that got

an enormous cheer. It is surprising

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that they are doing it quite so

quickly because obviously there are

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going to have to be some pretty

heavy security arrangements for that

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building in Jerusalem and I think

they have a consulate there already

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from memory so that might be partly

it. Yes, he will say, fulfilling a

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campaign promise. There will be many

in the Republican movement and

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particularly on the Christian Right

who will welcome this enormously but

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there will be, I can tell you, in

European capitals and other parts of

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the world, where they have been

trying for years to help age some

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sort of peace process, there will be

anxiety about this move and a lot of

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America's allies do not support the

idea and the Palestinians are

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utterly opposed to it in its current

form. It is going to cause a row,

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there is no doubt.

Gary O'Donoghue.

And indeed, senior Palestinian

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officials have called this a blatant

provocation, criticising the timing

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of it and the announcement was

brought forward by at least a year,

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we think. We will keep you posted

with the latest details. To stay

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with us. Much more ahead... EU

leaders deliver an unusually blunt

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message to London a week before the

British Prime Minister is due to set

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out her Brexit ambitions.

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Prince Charles has chosen his bride,

he proposed three weeks ago and she

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accepted without hesitation.

As

revolutions go this had its fair

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share. A climax outside the gates of

his sanctuary. The name itself

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symbolises one of the cruellest

regimes of modern Asia.

The world's

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first clone has been produced of an

adult mammal, it was a sheep called

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Dolly, using a cell from another

ship.

Citizens are trying to come to

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grips with their new freedom. There

is joy and relief today.

But the

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scars are everywhere. But for 20

years have locusts been seen in such

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numbers in this part of Africa. Some

of the swarms have been ten miles

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long.

This is the last time the

public will see this Pope, very

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soon, for the sake of the authority

of the next Pope, Benedict the 16th

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will in his own words be hidden from

the world for the rest of his life.

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The latest headlines... Syrian

government forces continue to target

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Eastern Ghouta and intensive

diplomatic efforts are under way at

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the UN to approve a ceasefire. And

one of Donald Trump's former

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campaign aides admits to conspiring

against the United States and lying

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to investigators. John Watson has

the sport.

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The man who exposed the Russian

doping scandal has given his first

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international broadcast interview

to the BBC.

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Evidence from whistle-blower

Dr Grigory Rodchenkov

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on state-sponsored doping saw Russia

banned from the Winter Olympics

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and the fallout from the testimony

forced him into hiding and in fear

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of his life.

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This exclusive report

is by our sports editor, Dan Roan.

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He said the integrity of the Olympic

movement is at stake if Russian

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athletes competing under a neutral

banner impaled China can parade

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under the Russian flag at the

closing ceremony.

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Does British sport have a problem

with cheating? Do you think?

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Honestly? Yes. I hear some several

cases in British sport and this is

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the most important moment in the

history of the Olympic Committee and

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it should show how they are

consistent with the fight against

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doping. You know that Russia rejects

any charges. They say that I am a

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liar and if the flag will be allowed

to appear, it will be the worst

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decision. The Olympics could die.

You can see more of that interview

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across BBC News and over the

website. If athletes competing as a

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big athletes from Russia or allowed

to march under their own flag, speed

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skating sensation Sigurd Toner says

she will carry it, the 15-year-old

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won her first gold-medal for the

away with a stunning routine to

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become the second youngest Olympic

gold medallist in figure skating

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since 1998 after she can so that lay

Hereford training partner. The woman

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who inspired her to take up the

sport in the first place. Caitlin

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Osmond from Canada to bronze.

Elsewhere at the Winter Olympics,

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Germany's men shocked the reigning

champions Canada to reach the ice

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hockey final, they will play the OAR

team in the gold-medal match after

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they beat the Czech Republic. Casey

Sarah Ware pulled away from his

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compatriot to claim Ski Cross goal

as Canada scored the one, two,

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finish ahead of Switzerland. World

champion Kelton as power to gold in

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the men's 1000 metres ahead of no

where. It is a second gold, who also

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won the 1500 Metre title. Away from

the Winter Olympics, the third round

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of the Six Nations Championship is

already under way. France taking

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deadly MRSA at the Stade Velodrome,

the first time they have played at

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Six Nations match away from Paris.

The latest score is 14-10. On

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Saturday Wales will look to topple

Ireland from the top of the table in

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Dublin before Scotland and England

battle it out for the Calcutta cup

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at Murrayfield. Man City manager Pep

Guardiola has been charged by the FA

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are wearing a yellow ribbon which

shows his support for those

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imprisoned in the fight for

Catalunya and independence. He

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revealed in November he were

surrendered in support of the

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politicians imprisoned in his native

Catalonia, where he was born, played

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and previously managed. Football 's

governing body said he was in breach

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of its kit and advertising

regulations. In cycling, Phil Babb

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pipped his German compatriot Marcel

Kittel and Paschal Ackerman to take

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victory on stage three. Lian Viviani

finished fourth but retains the

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overall race lead. USA hold the two

shot lead heading into the third

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round of the LPGA tour event in

Thailand, two biggest eight birdies

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and a closing eagle to post a

personal best and course record of

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ten under par. Fantastic conditions

as well, that course. Playing very

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well and stands a good chance of

winning. And that is all the sport.

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Back to you.

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The President of the European

Council, Donald Tusk,

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has told reporters in Brussels that

London's position on Brexit

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is based on 'pure illusion'.

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He made the comment at the end

of a meeting of leaders from 27 EU

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countries, excluding Britain.

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One of the topics discussed at that

meeting was the bloc's joint stance

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on ties with Britain after Brexit.

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If the media reports are correct,

I am afraid that the UK position

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today is based on pure illusion.

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It looks like the cake

philosophy is still alive.

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From the very start it has been

a key principle of the EU 27

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that there can be no cherry picking

and no single market a la carte.

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This will continue to be a key

principle, have no doubt.

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Our correspondent, Adam Fleming,

has been following developments

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in Brussels, and I spoke to him

earlier about the significance

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of Donald Tusk's comments.

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The first thing to say is Donald

Tusk was responding to reports of

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what the British government agreed

Adam ate our long meeting of the

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Cabinet at the Prime Minister's

country residence yesterday and he

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does not to the British position in

detail and will not until he meets

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Theresa May in London next Thursday

and the rest of us won't know until

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the Prime Minister gives a speech

detailing it the day after on

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Friday. Having said that, that was a

pretty brutal put-down of what

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Donald Tusk, the sort of thing he

has been hearing from London. When

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he talks about this philosophy, he

is talking about the idea that the

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EU has all along had the idea that

Britain cannot pick parts of the

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single market it was to stay in and

enjoy the benefits of while leaving

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others to decide. It cannot pick

which rules it wants to follow and

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riders are the rules, which is the

Brexit policy of the EU and has been

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since last year when the talks

started. The way he delivered the

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words as well, he seemed pretty glum

and I would say he was angry but he

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was verging on anger as well. While

this will be doubly annoying for the

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British government, they think that

big meeting they had yesterday with

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the big beasts of the Cabinet, some

have different views of Brexit, they

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think that went really well and they

managed to coalesce around a

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position that was workable for the

British so those comments from

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Donald Tusk will have gone down very

badly in London tonight. This

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informal leader of the -- formal

meeting of the 27 leaders was not

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there to be a Brexit, Donald Tusk

was just assured that all the

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headlines tomorrow will be exactly

about Brexit.

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Let's look at some other stories.

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There have been two large explosions

in the Somali capital Mogadishu,

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killing 18 people and injuring 20.

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The police say a suicide

bomber blew up a car

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near the Presidential Palace

and a second blast was close

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to the national intelligence agency.

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Both were followed

by heavy gunfire.

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A painting by the French artist

Edgar Degas, which was stolen

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from a museum in Marseille in 2009,

has been found on a bus near Paris.

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The artwork was discovered

in the luggage compartment

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of the vehicle at a motorway service

station.

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Experts confirmed that it's

"The Chorus Singers" -

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a pastel painting said to be worth

nearly a million dollars.

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The man who exposed the Russian

doping scandal has given his first

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international broadcast interview

to the BBC.

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Evidence from whistle-blower

Dr Grigory Rodchenkov

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on state-sponsored doping saw Russia

banned from the Winter Olympics

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and the fallout from the testimony

forced him into hiding and in fear

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of his life.

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Now living in the United States,

we interviewed Dr Rodchenkov

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from a secret location,

where he said if he hadn't fled

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Russia he'd now be dead.

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Two Russian athletes

at the Winter Olympics have tested

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positive for doping.

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This exclusive report

is by our sports editor, Dan Roan.

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It's one

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of sport's greatest scandals.

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Russian cheating reached its height

at the last Winter Games in Sochi.

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The mastermind, Doctor

Grigory Rodchenkov.

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In 2015, the former head

of Moscow's anti-doping lab

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turned whistle-blower,

fleeing to the West.

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Ever since, he's been

in FBI witness protection.

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And we are on the way to meet him.

0:23:310:23:33

For more than two years now,

the man at the very heart

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of Russia's doping scandal has been

living in hiding, here somewhere

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in the United States.

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Finally, he's agreed to speak to us,

but such are the security

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concerns surrounding him,

we've not even been told

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where we have to go.

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After hours on the road,

we are taken to a location

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that we are told has to remain

a secret, along

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with his new identity.

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If you had not left Russia,

where would you be now?

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You'd be dead?

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Rodchenkov's role in Russia's

remarkable doping programme

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became the subject of

an Oscar-nominated film.

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Were you the mastermind that

cheated the Olympics?

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He said the conspiracy

went right to the top,

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and that London 2012

was also targeted.

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So what does he say to British

athletes whose Games were tainted?

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The Russian government

says you are lying.

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You were cheating.

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It wasn't them, it was you.

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Does British sport have a problem

with cheating, do you think?

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Despite Russian claims he is part

of a Western conspiracy,

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his information led to a ban

from the Winter Olympics.

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168 of the country's athletes

competed as neutrals,

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but they may now be allowed to march

under their national flag

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at the closing ceremony.

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The Olympic athletes

of the Russian team...

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Only clean Russians were meant

to be in Pyeongchang,

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but today a second of its athletes

at these games, Nadezhda Sergeeva,

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failed a drugs test.

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Moving forward from sport's biggest

crisis is proving no easy task.

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Dan Roan, BBC News.

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