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on front of the guardian is a picture of seven—year—old briton julian cadman, who was killed in last week's barcelona attack. his family paid tribute to the "energetic and funny" school boy who brought "a smile to ourfaces." and the new york times also focusses on the terror attacks in spain asking how such a co—ordinated attack could take place in light of the spanish security services foiling most attacks over the past decade. the ft says concern is growing at the fbi that wall street traders are using encrypted apps to hide illicit dealings from compliance regulators. it's feared message services such as whatsapp could be used for money laundering and insider trading. the japan times reports on the exciting discovery of one of america's most infamous naval vessels. the uss indianapolis has been located at the bottom of the pacific ocean at a depth of over five kilometers 72 years after it was sunk by a japanese torpedo in world war ii. the south china morning post looks at evolving appetites in china where people are cutting back on eating instant noodles.
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the paper says a growing and more health conscious middle class is behind the fall in demand. and finally, in the telegraph, thousands of people across the united states are eagerly anticipating one of the greatest solar eclipse events in history. those living in states such as oregon, kentucky and south carolina will be best placed to watch the spectacle which begins later today. for the, as i said before, remember the advice — don't look at the sun. such a dad, isn't he? laughter with me is david buik, a market strategist at panmure gordon. thanks for coming in. pleasure, good morning. it is incredible how... there are so many victims of the barcelona attack, dead and alive. so
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much focus on such a young life because there was so much hope he might be found alive and some good might be found alive and some good might come out of this horrible terror attack. five days, this wonderful smiling schoolboy, be a pity me of everything in life that is good about, then sadly taken from us. is good about, then sadly taken from us. sadly separated from his mother, and his father was coming to comfort her. she is not in good shape. this is what everybody dreads all their life. this tragedy in barcelona, further down the coast, with over 100 injured, is becoming sadly endemic at what has happened across europe. it becomes a greater problem for every single country. i don't think it matters how much co—operation there is between governments. when you see countries like spain, portugal, italy, so
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close to the north african coast, it is amazing, as we slipped to the next tory, spain was at like running out... in the new york times. -- next story. it reminds us that a lot of it is down to luck. it is. if we re call of it is down to luck. it is. if we recall 2004, the madrid train disaster, i think 192 were killed. spainl disaster, i think 192 were killed. spain i should say has been relatively free until this appalling disaster if you days ago, and i think deserves an awful lot of credit, i think will become increasingly different when the european union has such a fuzzy immigration policy. it is very hard, this is not a time to be critical, what is becoming clear is that no country in europe is safe any more — not that they ever were. and until some strategy is worked out, total
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co—operation on how this is handled, and there is some control on immigration... is immigration really the answer? it is unfair on those who want to escape persecution and real horror around the world. it is unfairto real horror around the world. it is unfair to tighten immigration on those who want to make any life. unfair to tighten immigration on those who want to make any lifelj couldn't agree more. it is about stopping radicalisation in the first place. of course it is. my point, which i made loosely, is you need to have a strategy and there does not seem have a strategy and there does not seem to be an strategy over stopping the terrorism and finding out exactly where it comes from. we need to have greater controls in afghanistan and other areas like that. what we need is a strategy to learn how to stamp it out. people should have freedom of movement. learn how to stamp it out. people should have freedom of movementm oui’ should have freedom of movementm our phone cities as well, people have been radicalised, born in britain, italy, france. we are in an area which is not pc any more. the
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numberof area which is not pc any more. the number of people who are very against any kind of conversation of this nature, basing it on the fact it is racist — it isn't, it is a major problem we have to deal with. can we move on to financial times please do. it will come up over the coming weeks and months. the financial times, the fbi warning wall street traders using encrypted apps for illicit messages. wall street traders using encrypted apps for illicit messageslj wall street traders using encrypted apps for illicit messages. i can't speak fully for new york, although i can speak for london. that is quite something. to worry about encrypted apps contributing to money laundering, i can't comment, i am sure it is right, in most of the deals, mobiles are not allowed for the simple reason that in every single deal in london, all telephone
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conversations, you know, they are controlled, they are taped. therefore if you say, i am sorry, get out of the room, you don't have 100% control, though you do have a certain control. if dealers in new york city don't have a ban on mobile phones in the trading area, they need to start now. insider trading, lam not need to start now. insider trading, i am not so sure. we have talked about this before and this programme about this before and this programme about encrypted apps because it leads to calls for encryption to be lifted. but apps like this are handy for journalists like me lifted. but apps like this are handy forjournalists like me when you wa nt to forjournalists like me when you want to speak with sources and you don't want anyone reading them. couldn't agree more. you don't want is to lead to... crosstalk this studio is the size of an average bank dealing room, it isn't, it is four times the size, you
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should say, if you want to use your mobile, leave the room and do it there. it would help. maybe we should increase the studios as well. i have seen many phones going off. including mine. the japan times features a story we have run this weekend, the rack of the us cruiser and a secret mission that was found, as well as delivering the path that we re as well as delivering the path that were used for the bomb on hiroshima, it was a huge loss of life, if not one of the biggest losses in world war two. yes, 72 years old. there have been a number of movies made including one called uss indianapolis men of courage with nicolas cage. 0h, right. robert shaw, from jaws, was supposedly somewhere near the ship at the time and described the terrible business of people being eaten by sharks. it
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is an extraordinary thing that people found. five kilometres under the sea? breathtaking. china's appetite for noodles shrinking, apparently. it is an evolution like the us, where the burger was keen, and kentucky fried chicken. these are the pot noodles that you boil. yeah, nutritious food as the middle class grows and people get more money in their pocket, obviously help people asking that there should happen. the main suppliers of these noodles from china have seen their profits drop between 17 and 30%. this is the date i absolutely loved, is the demand for these spots has dropped 17% from 46 billion to 38 billion. they are not getting sleepless nights. laughter many
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thanks for taking us through the stories around the world. we will see you soon. thank you for watching. and ben is keeping his eye on the business developments around the world. he willjoin us later. we have the headlines coming up as well. and keep an eye on the solar eclipse. we didn't have a chance to talk you through it. in the us if you're watching, no doubt you will follow it with great interest. there will be coverage on that on bbc world news. and take asset on how you are marking the solar eclipse, lots of parties and barbecues across america —— snaps. tweet me. i want more followers than him. laughter. hello. sunday yet again was another day of contrasting weather fortunes across the british isles. generally speaking, the further north and east you were, the drier and finer was your day. the cloud filled in after a bright enough start in the south. eventually, the skies became pretty leaden so there was urgent work to be done in the fields,
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and eventually the rain arrived. a wet start to monday, too. mild underneath the blanket of cloud and rain. the cloud sitting low on the high ground of the south and south—west. further north and east, again, it's a bright start to the day, some decent spells of sunshine. a rather cool start to the day, given those clear skies. but at least you've got that sunshine. make the most of it, because it won't last in all parts, by any means at all. the general rule of thumb is to drive this rain ever further towards the north and east. it'll make slow progress, there's no doubt about it. here we are in the middle part of the afternoon. by this stage, things will have cheered up in the south for england and wales. where the sun comes out, 20—21 certainly, possibly even as high as 23 or 24. i am not sure whether the rain in the west goes to the east or a little further north. keep your weather eyes open to the east of the pennines. for the greater part of monday
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and on into the first part of tuesday, we will see that rain really has not completed its journey to the far north of scotland. tuesday is a bit like monday in that once the rain has gone further north, it offers the opportunity across a good part of england and wales for the cloud to begin to break. and if it does so, those temperatures really will rocket away. i show you 22—24 quite widely, but someone could have 26, possibly even 27. the weather fronts have brought the prospect of wind and rain and cloud for some. but at the same time, they herald the arrival for warm moist air from the tropics, and it hangs around into the middle of next week, until that cold front brings something more fresh from the atlantic. but in its northern portion it still has a lot of activity on it. there'll be some pretty heavy downpours in northern
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britain on wednesday. the last of those warmer days in the south as we go towards thursday and into friday, there are spells of showers, if not longer spells of rain, with temperatures maxing at 22—23. hello, this is breakfast, with dan walker and steph mcgovern. tougher sentences for people who commit hate crimes online. new guidelines mean abuse on social media sites will now be treated as seriously as offences committed in person. good morning, it is monday 21 august. also this morning:
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second accident involving the us navy into mac months.
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