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the nuclear about the risk that the nuclear agreement will further unravel under the strain of science and imposed by the strain of science and imposed by the united states and following iran's decisions no longer to implement several of the central provisions of the agreement. they go on to urge all parties to pause and continue consider the possible consequences of their actions. i think the wedding will likely infuriate the white house was not it does seem to equate aspect of the united states policy and its hard line with those of tehran and the iranians regime. it is very clear that the nuclear agreement still has value and that the fact that rain delays might iran has been shipped does not mean it should be struck off. thank you very much. we will have coverage tonight from inside iran on the bbc news at ten. i corresponded as gauge where access to the country and has been hearing the views of iranians on the nuclear
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tensions and the stand—off with the chump ministration. including the man who helped to lead the islamic revolution in 1979. there is no way, if he continues like that, that iranians people and the leadership can't trust their future with mr trump. ortwo can't trust their future with mr trump. or two for that matter, to the united states. that report to be on the news at ten tonight. a 25 euros man has been charged with the murder of a pregnant woman in london and the manslaughter of her baby son. she was attacked and are home to weeks ago. kelly fauvrelle was eight months pregnant when she was attacked last month. her son riley, who was delivered at the scene, also died a few days later in hospital. police we re few days later in hospital. police were cold to the house in the early
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hours of the morning, where she was in cardiac arrest and died at the scene. herfamily, in cardiac arrest and died at the scene. her family, including in cardiac arrest and died at the scene. herfamily, including her mother and baby nephew were all at home at the time of the attack. today, police have charged aaron mckenzie with her murder and the manslaughter of a child. he's also been charged with one count of possession of an offensive weapon. he is one of three men arrested over the deaths. 37 euros was released with no further action, while a 29—year—old has been bailed until next month. aaron mckenzie is due to appear in front of magistrates tomorrow. there are new calls from labour mps for tomorrow. there are new calls from labourmps foran tomorrow. there are new calls from labour mps for an independent process for dealing with complaints of anti—semitism. it follows the latest allegations any bbc panorama programme that senior members of the party interfered with its current can painta party interfered with its current can paint a system. allies ofjeremy corbyn have insisted that the former star making the clips are
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dissipated. but today a shadow member of the cabinet distance herself in that position.” member of the cabinet distance herself in that position. i think wishing a big over the messengers, we should be going for the message was upi we should be going for the message was up i think that is what is important. i understand the labour party has concerned and you know they had put in a complaint in which they had put in a complaint in which the way the programme is my point to something different. which is nobody can be turned that there is not an ongoing programme within the labour party about anti—semitism, about processes for dealing with it. are political correspondence is here 110w. political correspondence is here now. what is the effect of emily thornberry sang this? her comments highlight the divisions right at the top of the labour party and how best top of the labour party and how best to tackle anti—semitism. it is notable that she does not repeat the official denunciations of this former member of staff is spoke to the bbc alleging political interference. i think as of the impact about this, the issue is now becoming so toxic that there is a group of mps becoming so toxic that there is a group of mp5 on the centre—left of the party who are now saying that all allegations of anti—semitism
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should be dealt with independently official. i have been told that a meeting of labour's ruling national executive later this month, there is likely to be a push for a new independent system to be put in place. something which a sinew figure has tommy could be a defining moment for labour. but the later leadership has not yet signed up to this. they said the existing system is improving and getting better at dealing with complaints, four times more quickly than before. and that their critics are just ignoring the changes that have been made. a study that volatility hundred thousand people over eight years has banned the diet and exercise can help almost everyone lowered their risk of dementia. researchers found that even those of the higher risk of developing the disease could lower rates by up to a third by adopting a healthier lifestyle is here health and science correspondent. this lady is committed to keeping bed. she comes over a work—out three times a week, as well as watching what she eats. her mother and, they both had
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dementia, and she does not want the same to happen to her.|j dementia, and she does not want the same to happen to her. ijust wanted to keep mentally, keep my brain as sharp as possible for as long as possible. i feel that if i do sharp as possible for as long as possible. ifeel that if i do not get out, be active, then i am not doing myself any favours. so, what does it take to avoid dementia? you can live the life of the saint and still get dementia, but there is that it shows you can alter the risk. how heaviest people in the study were exercising beggars they promote the 75 minutes a week, did not smoke and only drank alcohol in moderation. how big a difference to dismay? the study followed people for eight years. less than 1% of them developed dementia as they were so young. them developed dementia as they were so young. but having a healthy lifestyle cut best by a third. so young. but having a healthy lifestyle cut best by a thirdlj think it is really important that what we have shown is even if you have a high genetic risk of dementia if you engage in a healthy lifestyle, you could substantially reduce your own risk of dementia. i
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think that's potential is absolutely critical. there are still no treatments for dementia, but researchers think knowing lifestyle can researchers think knowing lifestyle ca n p reve nt researchers think knowing lifestyle can prevent some cases is researchers think knowing lifestyle can prevent some cases is and empowering. now to the days‘s other extraordinary sport so i novak djokovic has beaten budget better to retain his title in an ibec battle lasting either sets and more than five hours. our sports corresponded was watching. a database for the superlative of wimbledon's greatest finals. it was a battle of the biggest favourite against the sentimental one. but if roger federer had the support, it was novak djokovic that soon had the edge. he took the first set on a tie—break, but back came roger federer charging into the second. a
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picture of poetry in motion. thrillingly, ms maggie it edge and float. jog about winning another tie—break, before federer levelled again. the crowds were on their feet. what followed almost defied belief. meeting 8—7, federer had two championship points, but somehow djokovic save them. at 12 games all, it was a tie—break for the title for after nearly five hours of drama, it went to djokovic. it has been the longest singles final ever. two greats at this point, but only one winner. this was, if not the most exciting and thrilling final was ever pa rt exciting and thrilling final was ever part of, the deadly top territory in my career. against one of the greatest players of all time, roger, who i respect a lot. a bimbo
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then. and novak djokovic, and extra night champion. yes, what an incredible final. four hours, 57 minutes. the longest single spinal ever here at wimbledon. such disappointment for roger federer, but for novak djokovic it is a fifth wimbledon title and a quite extraordinary factory. thank you. lewis hamilton has won a record sixth british grand prix. he finished ahead of his mercedes team—mate, with ferrari coming third. this is hamilton's seventh when, taking him ever closer to a sixth world title for that it edge from us, the next news at bbc one is at ten o'clock tonight goodbye.
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you're watching bbc news. the pull—down programme has become so the pull—down programme has become so successful it is attracting visitors from all around the world. we cut up some american fancy are visiting locations from the show. —— the poldark programme. the drama of
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poldark has captured the hearts of millions across the uk. there is the romance, the scenery and its swashbuckling hero. oh and did i mentioned the romance? the drama is not just mentioned the romance? the drama is notjust combine to cornwall, behind me are a group from virginia and america. they are part of a growing band of growing fans of poldark. the american fans are nature ofjust some of the locations that provide the tv series with a stunning backdrop. they have not been left disappointed. i knew it would be beautiful, but, honestly, it is breathtaking. every time you turn a corner it is so lovely. i have always done a lot of reading about england and cornwall was a place that captures my imagination when i wasjust a that captures my imagination when i was just a young that captures my imagination when i wasjust a young girl. so, being able to see that visually was just, isjust able to see that visually was just, is just tremendous. i just able to see that visually was just, is just tremendous. ijust love able to see that visually was just, isjust tremendous. ijust love it. now that you're here, is it out to expectations? i think it surpasses expectations. it isjust i growingly beautiful. the history, i knew
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nothing about this area. i love the fa ct nothing about this area. i love the fact that poldark himself, ross poldark is tilling for the common man even though he is an arrested cat. and that the george character is such an incredible nemesis. all of the casting is so well done. after the heritage, it is back on the bus. next up, the beach. this is a favourite spot for the couple from poldark. there they can walk when set, benefit and indulge in some romance. today there are just a few more people on that beach, but they we re more people on that beach, but they were still able to work in the footsteps of their favourite characters and get their feedback. just around the corner is the beach with a bell in the shipwreck scenes. poldark is now a household name in many countries all over the world. those making this poldark pilgrimage
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are also boosting the county's tourism industry. maybe something this brooding, minor and adventure did not foresee. time for the weather. some low cloud feeding into part of northern scotland and also eastern parts of england. maybe some passages, as well. for most it is many a joy night. temperatures typically between nine and 13 celsius. it could get down to seven or eight for some rural areas under clear skies. we start the week was somewhat and sometime promotes. as the week was on it will turn wetter and wendy are from the west. monday morning, a good deal of sunshine for many of us. particularly the further west you are. however, were clad across east anglia that is england, quite stubborn to then and break.
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could be the afternoon before we see some bright spells. elsewhere, cloud tending to build. but aside from an isolated shower, it is dry and generally warm. a little bit cooler for some is coasters are dry and one for some is coasters are dry and one for much of england and wales on tuesday and wednesday the 20 cooler and more unsettled across scotland and more unsettled across scotland and northern ireland.
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this is bbc news. the headlines at 8... a thrilling end to the cricket world cup as england defeat new zealand to become world champions for the first time. jubilant england fans watched the game in trafalgar square and around the country. i'mjohn watson i'm john watson live at lord's where we'll be reflecting on that dramatic result with the tournament settled with a super over for the very first time. more leaked memos from britain's former ambassador to washington suggest president trump scrapped the iran nuclear deal to spite barack 0bama. a man is charged with the murder of kelly mary fauvrelle — the 26—year—old who was 8 months pregnant when she was fatally stabbed at home.

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