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pesce bar, 2014, where i witnessed the aftermath of the murder of 122 children. this boy was wounded and his mother was murdered. i will advise them to spend most of the time with their friends, and focus on their studies. and don't think about it. that is how much they will think about that, they will hurt too much. this is also a battle against the dehumanising idea. for which europe's struggle against nazi ante semitism might offer guidance. it forces all europeans, notjust german. to question their own cultural underpinning. and i think that the same process is going to have to happen if isis are to be defeated. here, they are already fighting the battle. faizal lost three members of his family to a suicide bombing. he welcomes a headteacher
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of a school where two parents were killed at manchester arena. small acts of kindness do accumulate, don't they? the power of the collective is that it is much bigger than the power of the single person. it's hard to see that. they draw strength from the community, strength from those around them. here, they are waging peace. fergal keane reflecting on some of the terrible atrocities of recent yea rs the terrible atrocities of recent years and the real strength in the responses seen in so many cases. that's all from manchester for tonight. in a moment, we'll have the news where you are, but we'll leave you with images of some of the tributes in flowers, words and gifts collected in st ann's square in the heart of the city, brought here by an endless stream of people during the day all wanting to express their sympathy and solidarity. there's continuing coverage on the bbc news channel,
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but for now, from manchester, good night. welcome to bbc london news with me alex bushill. temperatures are going to be higher over the next few days, the numbers dropping overnight, the cloud in scotla nd dropping overnight, the cloud in scotland retreating up towards the northern isles, fog developing through the irish sea, that will lap into eastern parts of northern ireland and south—west scotland but the warm night ahead despite clear skies quite muddy as well, temperatures rising quickly in the sunshine is well on thursday, missed start around some of the irish sea
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coasts but conditions should improve, we will keep some cloud across northern isles but otherwise apart from some fear weather cumulus developing inland there will be a lot of sunshine again. breeze in the south—west of england, south west wales as well. temperatures are widely into the mid—20s, possibly 27 or28, widely into the mid—20s, possibly 27 or 28, warmer than today, it will be warmer across northern island and warmer across northern island and warmer across northern island and warmer across scotland as well, mid—20s to the central belt, still quote up towards the northern isles, hopefully things will brighten up on friday, friday will be another dry and sunny day, the breeze a little fresher, bringing real warmth from the near continent and pushing that warmth north into scotland where the temperatures are likely to peak on friday around 29 or so. elsewhere inland across the uk temperatures widely into the medic, possibly high 20s. that he did she meditate
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drawing from the main continent, that will bring a change, overnight into saturday as we bring bands of showers and thunderstorms are bent england and wales, perhaps more persistent rain pushing north across scotla nd persistent rain pushing north across scotland and northern ireland, changes on the way, temperatures not as high, ahead of the showers in the heat and you madadi not far off 30 degrees in the south—east. start the weekend with high temperatures, high humidity and get this thundery breakdown for a day before it turns cooler and fresher. good evening, welcome to the look ahead to what the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. i enjoyed by
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the political commentator lance price and alison little they get the political editor of the daily express. tomorrow's front pages starting with the financial times which leads with police looking for a terror network and possible links to libya and syria following the manchester attack. the metro shows an image of troops taking to the streets following theresa may's warning ofan streets following theresa may's warning of an imminent terror attack on british soil, the guardian has one of the pictures supposedly from the forensic investigation published by the new york times. it purports to show the bomb used in the attack. the daily telegraph reports on the manchester attacker being flagged up to authorities multiple times over his extremist views. the daily express reports on the deployment of troops across the country. the times reports that authorities
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we re the times reports that authorities were warned of the bombers extremist views by a relative. and pictures of the attacker ‘s brother arrested in libya earlier today. 0nly the attacker ‘s brother arrested in libya earlier today. only one story on the front pages, i wonder if we can on the front pages, i wonder if we ca n start on the front pages, i wonder if we can start in a sense, rather than with the text but with the images and an almost every front page is an image of troops on uk streets. what are your feelings looking at these pictures? personally i find it rather learning, it does not make me feel safe, it flags up there is a crisis, we are almost at war which i think is part of the point of them being there, they are designed to reassure, these soldiers are around in whitehall and at the moment they area bit in whitehall and at the moment they are a bit of a novelty and people are a bit of a novelty and people a re interested are a bit of a novelty and people are interested in seeing them because thankfully from my point of view we are not used to seeing them on our own streets. in other
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european capitals. yes, and we tend to see our own soldiers deployed on tv in other countries. we don't tend to see them round here. we don't normally see armed police on the streets either. we have a principally an armed police force to cc weapons and the sort of extraordinary looking machine guns“ extraordinary looking machine guns... and the equipment we have got... it's a shock to the system, but that is what it is designed to be, they are therefore two reasons, they clearly have a role to play and if the threat level is as high as we are told and there is a possibility of another attack at any point then you mobilise any defences you have got. but i think they are also they are for reassurance and i think the government and security services will be pleased to see these pictures on the front pages because that's the message they want to send
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out and the reason they were marching down downing street as we saw earlier today is that this is the picture they want to see. they are going to be static, they will be outside buildings, we are not going to be seeing them marching around on the streets. hopefully not, and if we see them running we are in trouble. the idea is they will do static guarding to give the police more time to do the stuff only the police can do. and the real work of course, that's going to be done by the intelligence services, continuing to be done by the intelligence services and the police who are doing everything they can to see if there is a sale and where that threat might come from. these guys cannot help with that but they can protect some of the iconic places in the country that might be a target. let's take a quick look at the front page of the guardian as it has the other striking image of the
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day, photographs supposedly of the bomb used in manchester published in the new york times. it's certainly, this is supposed to be our strongest ally, these pictures turning up. amber rudd this morning said she was a bit irritated, very british, irritated that the americans named a suspect before the british police we re suspect before the british police were ready to do so. and now there are pictures from the police investigation. nobody has denied the from that. quite distressing pictures, you can see blood and the detail. theresa may will be seeing president trump at the nato summit in brussels tomorrow and as journalists and as british people we would love to see a huge bust up
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over this. we don't seem to be blooming trump himself but if they are supposed to be our best friend they have a funny way of showing it. it's extraordinary, unprecedented, that a serious investigation should be compromised by a leak from the american intelligence, law enforcement agencies which is clearly what has happened. i don't think you can exaggerate the degree of puree there will be in downing street and scotland yard that this has happened. at every single level, and it will be from theresa may, to the president, at every level they will be making it absolutely clear this potentially compromises the investigation carried out which is very serious indeed. also of course how do you think the families of those who are still fighting for their lives feel when they see pictures like this? 0k, much more on all of this at 11:30pm, i know you
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will come back with a more detailed look at those front pages. breaking news to bring you know which is that a seventh person has been arrested in connection with the bombing after searches in central england. a seventh person arrested here in the uk. let's take a look at the weather. more strong sunshine and higher temperatures over the coming few days. today the temperature around 26 degrees so, in worcestershire this was the picture. we had similar temperatures in central london and to the west of london as well. temperatures will be higher over the next few days. the number is not dropping overnight, the cloud in scotla nd dropping overnight, the cloud in scotland retreating up towards the northern isles but bog developing through the irish sea, that will lap
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into eastern parts of northern ireland and south—west scotland but a warm night ahead despite those clear skies, quite muggy as well. we will keep cloud across the northern isles but apart from some fair weather cumulus developing inland there will be a lot of sunshine again. breeze in the south—west of england, south west wales as well. temperatures are widely into the mid—20s, possibly 27 or 28, warmer than today, it will be warmer across northern island and warmer across scotland as well, mid—20s in the central belt, still cloud up towards the northern isles, hopefully things will brighten up on friday, friday will be another dry and sunny day, the breeze a little fresher, bringing real warmth from the near continent and pushing that warmth north into scotland where the temperatures are likely to peak
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on friday around 29 or so. elsewhere inland across the uk temperatures widely into the mid, possibly high 20s. that will bring a change, overnight into saturday as we bring bands of showers and thunderstorms up into england and wales, perhaps more persistent rain pushing north across scotland and northern ireland, changes on the way, temperatures not as high, ahead of the showers in the heat not far off 30 degrees in the south—east. start the weekend with high temperatures, high humidity and get this thundery breakdown for a day before it turns cooler and fresher. this is bbc news. i'm rita chakrabarti. this is bbc news. i'm rita chakra barti. the this is bbc news. i'm rita chakrabarti. the headlines at 11pm: security services say the manchester bomb was not working alone as the search continues for a network of
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accomplices after a day of raids in the city's surrounding areas. a sixth person, a woman, was arrested earlier in a block of flats north of the city in connection with the incident and we just learned this evening that a seventh arrest has been made. it's very clear that this is a network that we are investigating and asi network that we are investigating and as i said, it continues at a pace, there's extensive investigations going on. in the last few moments greater manchester police say there's been a seventh arrest, this time in nuneaton. police insist the investigation is making progress.
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