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because he wants power and he is taking it by force. there has been some limited unrest in opposition strongholds. but the kind of energy and organisation that precedes large—scale violence hasn't been obvious so far. and in tense western kenya, there are signs that community peacemaking efforts are working. here, a man from the opposition supporting ethnic group was murdered by neighbours who support the government. we came across an older struggle over land, inflamed by the current politics. local leaders prevented an escalation. we gave an indication that we are going to preach peace. we agreed yesterday that the communities who live along this border must respect one another. from the rural heartlands and the city streets, the struggle will now move back to the courts, with the opposition challenging the results. stepping away from partisans on either side, what many ordinary kenyans tell me is they simply
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wanted this process to be over, in the hope stability would return. the problem is the result solves nothing. it simply sets the stage for future confrontation between the opposition and the government. fergal keane, bbc news, nairobi. members of england's under—17 football team have returned home, after winning saturday's dramatic world cup final in kolkata. they were trailing spain 2—0 before turning the match around, to become world champions — as our sports correspondent richard conway reports. the world at their feet. england's victorious under 17 team arrived home today to national adulation and their family's pride. the team have been magnificent and i just can't wait to see them now! give them a big hug. my uncle told me that he's going to win it this year and he's done me proud. on saturday, england came from behind to triumph 5—2
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over spain in the final. it's him again! rhian brewster! liverpool's rhian brewster finished top goal—scorer. while his team—mate's manchester city's phil foden was named player of the tournament. the party can begin now! i am over the moon. obviously, phil here winning golden boy, me winning golden boot and obviously coming home with the world cup isjust an amazing feeling right now. everyone had a lot of confidence, believed we could win it from day one and just showed that really. scoring all the goals, we showed how good we could be. it has been a fantastic year for england's youth teams, but there are now questions about whether their clubs will give them the playing time they need to continue to develop and achieve success at an older age. i think the lads have obviously done well, they're at the top of their game, world cup winners and they can't do more than that. now i think it's over to the clubs to continue that support, for the players to continue their effort and the desire to improve themselves,
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but somewhere down the line they need to be given opportunities. two of england's youth teams have now won their respective world cups this year, pointing the way perhaps for their senior colleagues when their turn arrives in russia next summer. richard conway, bbc news, heathrow. here on bbc one it's time for the news where you are. hello and welcome to sportsday. coming up on the programme, sean dyche on his five—year anniversary of the club, 1—0 against newcastle. england's young lions return from the under 17 football world cup with lots of silverware. and just a week after winning the english open, ronnie o'sullivan is thrashed by a 17—year—old at the international open. good evening. a busy programme
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coming up but we start with football. burnley have moved up to seventh in the premier league after a closely fought 1—0 win over newcastle at turf moor. burnley manager sean dyche is now the third longest serving premier league manager, submitting his five—year anniversary at the club today. in a game of few chances, perez had newcastle's best opportunity in the second half. but burnleyjust about earned their second home win of the season earned their second home win of the season on the balance of play. death hendrick putting them ahead in the 74th minute. 1—0 was how it stayed. we know they have given a good account of themselves and they can play as well. it was a hard balance to attack enough to win the game, but not expose yourself too much, because they are a team that can work on the counter. we did that well, but it was a tight game
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because they are a good side. disappointed, because i thought we had the game under control. but we lost. england's under17s had the game under control. but we lost. england's under 17s have followed from —— return from india following their world cup success with quite a fewjudges. they came from 2—0 down in the final to beat spain 5—2 on saturday. it follows the success of other england youth teams this year. after the under 20s won their world cup and the under 19s became champions, it was not just the trophy the under 17s picked up. manchester city's phil foden was player of the tournament and after scoring eight goals, rihanna bruised of liverpool ‘s —— brewster of liverpool got the golden boot.|j hope they would give us the chance, and hopefully i will take it. we are
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both still young. we are still 17, so we both still young. we are still 17, so we have a lot of learning to do. michael o'neill has named a squad of 27 for the world cup play—off matches against switzerland eczema. nottingham forest's jamie ward is back after missing most of their qualifying campaign with a calf problem. aaron hughes is available after missing the last two qualifiers. sunderland's paddy mcnair is also back after 11 months out with a knee injury. the first leg is on the 9th of november, with the return leg in three days later. once we get them in, we have three days to prepare for a game that only comes around once in a career and we have to make sure we do everything possible to make the dream a reality. the players have to play these games as if they are almost these games as if they are almost the final games of their career. there is so much at stake. meanwhile, malky mackay has called up meanwhile, malky mackay has called up eight uncapped players for his
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first squad as interim scotland manager. they have a friendly against the netherlands in aberdeen next month. there is a strength of the squad already, but i decided for the squad already, but i decided for the friendly in aberdeen against holland, to bring in some fresh faces, some guys who have done well in scottish and english football, and give them a chance. we have a longer build up to euro 2020, and there will be a few friendlies in there will be a few friendlies in the lead up to that. it gives people the lead up to that. it gives people the opportunity to grab their chance. watford striker troy deeney has been charged with violent conduct following an incident with joe allen in his side's1—0 defeat to stoke on saturday. troy deeney had an angry exchange with allen in the final minutes of the game at vicarage road. both players were booked at the time but watford's captain now faces a further charge by the football association. allegations of cheating and abuse in paralympic sports will be examined bya paralympic sports will be examined by a parliamentary committee tomorrow. mps will discuss the
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classification process after a bbc investigation uncovered claims of tactics being used to cheat the system intentionally. the claims including the tapping up of arms and even surgery including the tapping up of arms and even surgery to shorter limbs. paralympic figures will also be asked about the culture in their sport after complaints from athletes. the line will always have to be drawn at some point. in that respect, there are going to be people in every class who have slightly different levels of impairment, but are still categorically in the right class. it then comes down to other things. it is not only impairment that impacts on performance. it is training, skill, dedication and the athlete's ability that will ultimately do that. the danger here is only listening to athletes who feel that, and not talking to the many athletes who don't subscribe to that view. former world snooker champion stuart bingham has decided not to appeal against his six—month ban for
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breaching betting rules. the ban was suspended for three month and a day, which means he will return to the game after the masters next year. in a statement released today, bingham says he is sorry for what he has done and denies placing bets on any matches he was playing in. just a week after ronnie o'sullivan produced a world class performance to win the english open, he has been thrashed by a 17—year—old. he lost 6-1 at thrashed by a 17—year—old. he lost 6—1 at the international open in china. the five—time world champion failed to pot a single ball in his final four failed to pot a single ball in his finalfourframes. failed to pot a single ball in his final four frames. o'sullivan said that the world number 53 were so good that only stephen hendry and john higgins have played that well against him before. nine umpires at wimbledon are part of the fabric of the tournament, but are their days are numbered? next month at a tournament in milan, hawk—eye technology is coming in, which means line judges will be out. what would happen if technology took
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over where previously, the human eye had been key? you cannot be serious! iam had been key? you cannot be serious! i am serious, and this incident could have been avoided because next month at tournament in milan, nine umpires will be replaced by hawk—eye. umpires will be replaced by hawk-eye. instead of the players challenging for a decision, we will be calling the system in real time so as be calling the system in real time so as soon as be calling the system in real time so as soon as the ball bounces out, you will hear a recorded voice shout, out. for many, the line umpires are important characters in the theatre of tennis, but the objective of losing them is to make the game fair. from a player's perspective, it will allow them to focus on their game and worry less about the strategy of how many reviews they have less. at the moment, it is limited to three. padraig o'sullivan trained as a path of three years before he got his wimbledon call—up, then had to wait five years before stepping out in the 2017 men's final. it was such a
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huge honour. obviously, the pressures of having the world watching, but you have to be confident. how would he feel about being replaced by a machine?|j confident. how would he feel about being replaced by a machine? i think we being replaced by a machine? i think we have a role in tennis that is important. we are the eyes and ears of the chairumpire, important. we are the eyes and ears of the chair umpire, so a lot more goes on of the chair umpire, so a lot more goes on as a of the chair umpire, so a lot more goes on as a role of the umpire other than calling the ball in or out. line umpires look the code violations like players swearing and communicating with their coach. and although it is thought that technology could step into these areas, what about the role of the chairumpire? areas, what about the role of the chair umpire? in all sports, there isa chair umpire? in all sports, there is a role for somebody in the middle, managing the game and managing the human interaction. in the immediate future, i don't perceive any threat towards the chairumpire. perceive any threat towards the chair umpire. the tournament in milan isa chair umpire. the tournament in milan is a test and for now, the line umpires at wimbledon remain in. that is all from sportsday and from
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me. thanks for watching. see you soon. hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are michael booker, deputy editor of the express and the political commentator daisy mcandrew. tomorrow's front pages...starting with... the ft leads on the first charges made as part of investigations into alleged russian links to donald trump's presidential election campaign, featuring pictures of george papadopoulos and paul manafort on its front page. that is the top story in the
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guardian too, summed up in their headline. the metro splash is that the government is promising a crackdown against sexual harassment at westminster. it's the same lead for the daily telegraph, which reports that the story could turn out to be more embarrassing for mps than the expenses scandal. ministers face being fired over "inappropriate" behaviour — which goes with the same story, according to the times. it also features a picture of kevin spacey, who today apologised for inappropriate advances a young actor claims he made when he was only 1a. and the express focuses on a health story. but paper this is a dose of aspirin a day can halve the risk of developing some cancers. let's start with the financial times and the story we will be talking about for months, the charges in the
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mueller investigation, daisy.|j think a lot of attention will be on george papadopoulos, but actually, it is the paul manafort anger of the story that i am more interested in. this chap was trump's chief of his campaign from june until august 2016, some might say a small period of time. but this story is about his involvement with viktor yanukovych in ukraine, forwhom involvement with viktor yanukovych in ukraine, for whom he was working for a number of years, in ukraine, for whom he was working fora number of years, taking millions of dollars. i have spent some millions of dollars. i have spent some time in kiev earlier this year. this man was a seriously unpleasant criminal, running a country, stealing billions of dollars, who has now fled after he was unseated. it was not a bloodless unseating. 100 were killed as a direct result
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of his actions. we had the war in crimea and he is now being harboured in russia. he is a seriously nasty piece of work and trump's right—hand man was working for him, getting thousands of dollars every month. he is now accused of laundering $18

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