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with kim jong—un. with kim jong—un. from kim jong—un. midlands and into the pennines this afternoon. afternoon. there is a brighter future for north korea. will allow the lifting of by north sanctions. as to whether chairman kim jong—un truly shares this vision. most of us it is dry, korea will warm and sunny. allow the sunny. or 2a degrees, but cooler further lifting of sanctions. north. north. through this evening illegal immigration. and overnight, showers extraordinary summit tomorrow. who were picked up off the african coast should be taken clear away. saying malta also this lunchtime. there instead. overnight, showers clear away. should take for a swift them. in the administrators. resolution. mild tonight with temperatures no lower than ten or 13 degrees. lower than ten or 13 degrees. in the administrators. tuesday starts of relatively cloudy. retailer poundworld goes into the discount retailer has been losing money for the past two administration. the cloud thins and breaks up to give sunny spells in the afternoon. give sunny spells years. in the afternoon. the discount retailer has been losing money for the past two years. temperatures into the high teens or low 20s. goodbye. detectives in just 12 weeks. in forces across england and wales. england and wales. let's get the sport, with rashmin choudry.
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between us president donald trump and north good morning. korean leader kimjong—un. hello there, thank you very much. singapore's prime minister ahead of talks with north good morning to you. between the two korea tomorrow. countries. play more cricket after they beat england for the first time. england for the first time. and bloody war. gunfire. states will accept. one—day side —— as they beat the world's top one—day side. world's top one—day side. a new relationship" with the united states. their aim is to secure tyres status. is to secure tyres status. in the associate world —— there is some serious cricket teams. who should take it in. it's ironic this was labelled some serious cricket teams. "the forgotten war". initially, the north in the administrators. also, a crash flooded the south. course in becoming save us top weight it was such an impressive victory. a detective. impressive victory. you are note test side just yet. test side just yet. where do you go a shortfall of police investigators across allied reports masking a dreadful first month. from here? england and wales. from here? first month.
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really nice games coming up the next few days. advance and is holding it on online around the perimeter of poussin. few days. picks up enemy back across the rightly so, you know, we just savoured the moment. six tony savoured the moment. there were lots of tears. border. in three years of combat, more than 2 million deaths. awards. many military, many more civilian. good of tears. to see what it meant to say many people was very cool. purges were carried out, massacres inflicted on and by both sides. say many people was very cool. today is a work day. is a work day. backyard tomorrow and wednesday in 2t205. backyard tomorrow and wednesday in 2t20s. 2t20s. pakistan also number one in the world. morning. the operations in world war ii. world. every urban centre flattened. what a really cool opportunity to play them. opportunity to play them. are clearly the enemy. year, that the world that we living in the associate world. in the associate world. it was a north korean welcome to bbc newsroom live. haven't the funding to stage enough for good. victory. in fact, it was a war neither won north lost. we would love for that kim jong—un, tomorrow. to change. change. —— neither one nor lost. nor officially finished. only an armistice. over the years, distrust has occasionally given way to hope. mr carter is supposedly here on a private visit... let's go live to to build a our reporter. deal in 1994. bill clinton visited 15 years later, seeking to improve relations. the result on
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have more credit, might welcome to singapore for this special edition of bbc news. special edition of bbc yesterday, to play. both occasions, false news. to play. dawns. than 2a hours to go until this historic summit. write his own history at the historic summit. french open. agreements, open. of the air, those are the words donald trump used a short time ago. trump used a short time ago. concealment. the countdown has begun. to put it bluntly, of cheating. at roland garros, beating austria's dominic team in the final set. countdown has begun. his officials have been holding talks. have been holding talks. dominic team in the final set. narrow differences between the two parties. parties. is three behind roger federer with wimbledon just three weeks away. opportunity and develop it. wimbledon just three weeks away. rafa nadal is not sure he will play there. since the korean war itself, of course, meeting the north korean leaderfor the there. so much has changed. and yet the problem there has first time. the first time. just festered. time and again, efforts to resolve it in the final set, and will assess his condition in the next few days. his condition in the next few days. know the details will be iron dome. will be iron dome. have come to nothing. delegation parties have been meeting for talks. parties have been meeting for talks. always been the case leading up to a major tournament. major tournament. leader of the democratic people's republic of korea. headed into by 2010 tournament in south africa. a framework for discussions held tomorrow. unpredictable territory. south africa. tomorrow. david eades, it was interesting the language he used. bbc news. language he used. putting at risk more than 5,000 jobs.
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getting some kind of concrete line—up, and how players were told that they were too fat. that they were too the move came after talks with substance here. fat. substance here. a potential buyer collapsed. appeal, if you like, in terms of denuclearisation. in terms of denuclearisation. playing against america until two hours before the administrators say they'll attempt to find kick—off. hours before kick—off. another buyer. joining me now is hussein lalani, co—founder of that he didn't tell me, he just didn't communicate at all. didn't communicate at all. is also serious about bringing about change here. 99p stores. weighed every day and told that we were too fat. everyday?! change here. every day. squad would have been told they were overweight. overweight. thank you very conversation tomorrow when the media at 9am local time. at 9am local time. you're overweight and don't know if you are playing or not. much forjoining us. you are playing or not. i know that you actually sold the chain some of what mike pompeo said a short time ago. short time ago. he sat on inking, are —— hang on a minute. inking, are —— to a rival, poundland. chain to a rival, poundland. hang on a going into this meeting with because you could see the difficulties ahead? minute. difficulties ahead? eagerness for real progress. really tough trading conditions on the high eagerness for real progress. street. the high street. permanent deal, thought to be around £11. real hope of progress 5 million. for north korea. korea. glimpse of whether kim newman truly shares sebastian vettel as he won the canadian grand prix. tight, a lot of people we know are this vision. shares this vision. canadian grand prix. struggling. struggling. bottom prices would be the ones race, with a big crash involving canadian lance stroll. canadian lance stroll. that might survive?
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lack of detail on the president was not fully briefed was incorrect. not fully briefed was incorrect. might survive? well, it's not a case of the consumers... of the consumers... model winnie haarlem, much to the annoyance of sebastian vettel. annoyance of sebastian vettel. conversation with kim there are some trains supply chains that are doing extremely well. that are doing extremely jong—un tomorrow. tomorrow. well. hamilton in the standings as he went on to finish fifth. many thanks. negotiations taking place here today. not enough value in the products they are stalking. today. they are across england and wales. 1,000 investigators will be trained over the next five years. stalking. bring peace and prosperity to his country. that when you going your £1 is not getting due very country. much. getting due very much. it's like a pack of colouring pencils. pencils. to spend any time on before exit we would sell 48 colouring pencils for £1. 48 colouring pencils the beat. for £1. framework down for the two leaders as they meet. as they meet. to deliver the training. colouring pencils, you are offering 2418. 2418. it doesn't offer enough value any the details of what monday had in more. any more. store so far. now this report on the latest. latest. like maplin, toys "r" us, house of fraser last week. fraser last week.
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largest security deployment ever for the unprecedented meeting. the unprecedented meeting. university and turned them into detectives in three months' time? detectives in three months' time? good morning. significant factor in this sort of sphere. sphere. impersonators are as close as people here will get to the two leaders. here will get to the two two—year leadership development programme. leaders. it's notjust over 12 weeks. internet is having a huge impact weeks. on them. them. experience, but similarto, unpredictable and strong willed. unpredictable and be putting people through a whole host of development programmes. host of development programmes. strong willed. store online, when your ipad or your pc? both are supremely intelligence, and doing work for real as well. pc? real as well. confident and hopeful. weeks, it's a whole two—year programme. hopeful. programme. huge impact and will still have a further impact later this year. both of them want something significant out of this summit. significant out of this summit. further impact later this year. officers joining who prepared to go on be detectives. profitability of many, many retailers. on be detectives. what is the solution. like poundland, poundworld —— nuclear weapons, butjust being here is a victory for him. is a victory for for stores like... him. friend to shed stores like... they have both already rebranded. his image of working hard out on the beat for months, perhaps years? already rebranded. months, perhaps years? poundland has done it, but they have done it well. isolation. done it, but they have done he brought his own bodyguards. it well. bodyguards. £1, they have products for £2, £4, £5... .. in uniform roles and is detect lives. would talk about establishing a new relationship with the us. relationship with the us. lives. the work they do is absolutely meeting will take place on incredible. —— as detectives. doubt as to what they are picking up.
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a tourist island. detectives. island. the geography is all about privacy and security. privacy and security. up. do a number of things to sort that out. out. things happening across policing to make that work. make that wanted, their stores were renee mass. one—on—one, a chance to take the measure of each other. work. mass. measure of each other. shelf inking it is £1, but when you get to the till it is £3. issues which almost certainly will not be solved in one big meeting. get to the till it not be solved in one big meeting. the rather glamorous end of solving is £3. crimes? stores are not that attractive to go into sometimes. crimes? into sometimes. would only be the beginning of a longer process. longer people who do go out shopping do it for the experience. years of work experience before you come shopping do it for the experience. process. in. come in. during that two years, you'll be doing the whole of work. you'll be doing the whole of work. you do with perhaps some of the more imaginative, upmarket stores. imaginative, upmarket stores. i think customers know what they are getting themselves into. getting themselves into. standard necessary to be able to effectively serve the public. effectively serve the public. trump a birthday cake which brought a big smile to his face. a big smile to his face. he turned 72 on thursday of this week. 72 on thursday of this week. graduates are going to be attracted to go into this sort of role? a smart move by them, i think. move by to go into this sort of role? them, i you have to have, you know, the best customer service that you can offer. customer service that you can offer. think. you have to have the best store layout. that gets more and more competitive. professor robert kelly from seoul university. competitive. thank you very much indeed forjoining us.
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university. we were listening intently to that. becoming a detective that back intently to that. juliet incredible popular. juliet incredible popular. training programme. —— that actually it's incredibly popular. actually it's incredibly popular. conversations have been happening behind the scenes. behind the scenes. of 5,000 investigators across england and wales. we have thousands of people applied for 250 places. they will receive training over a about perhaps the framework of the conversation tomorrow? —— currently to ship programme. two—year period. conversation tomorrow? programme. let's get some more it suggests they are making progress. they are reaction on this from making progress. shortage of people wanting to become detect its. roy ramm. detect its. concerns for awhile has been about different set of expectations. different set of expectations. we hearing about how overstretched rhys fawcett izar. overstretched rhys fawcett at scotland yard, and joins us by webcam. izar. the north koreans might give something up. isn't what's really needed here —— police forces are. something up. police forces are. donald trump has to deliver the cause of all the height. deliver the cause of all the height. thank you very much indeed for talking to us. talking to us. what do you make of this providing a visible presence and providing reassurance? koreans are going to give providing reassurance? idea? this idea? an upsurge in knife crime in london and other troubling, to be perfectly candid us something. something. cities. about it. and other cities. i think it's... the extra manpower is needed, rather than on the detect of work? something small from north korea as a sign of goodwill. a sign of goodwill. sticking plaster to fix a really serious problem. serious problem. than on the detect of work? that's really important. really important. of police forces has not been properly recognise. properly recognise. you're saying there difference, reassuring the public and on patrol. and on patrol. there's no doubt about that. might be more about that. substance? uniform off and make him
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substance? crime is changing, we've been saying this for a number of years now. this for a number of years now. be a detective. they keep mentioning detective. and more crime is behind closed unilateral disarmament. doors. unilateral disarmament. doors. safeguarding the vulnerable, domestic violence. iwould be amazed if north korea did that. amazed if north korea did that. domestic violence. and more and more crime is moving online. crime is moving online. cybercrime and fraud. arisen recently with disclosure, the proliferation of cybercrime etc. proliferation of cybercrime and fraud. etc. expectation of a real body of experience. experience. closures and that will lead to future talks. future talks. call them a detective is just not really what the public deserve. really what the doors and crimes which are happening online, we need both. online, we need that, the criticism will be crushing. public deserve. crushing. both. chief inspector david spencer, thank you very much for talking to us. of having been a probationer pc for about obama, they are doing something very different. two years. about two years. different. are unveiled today. guilty of the manslaughter by gross words verifying nuclear weapons, getting access to do that. getting access to negligence of a six—year old boy. do that. police officer is in exchanging with the public, i really troubled by it. the public, i really troubled our health correspondent, by it. dominic hughes, has denuclearisation of arms for north korea? that's right. more details. but we are hearing about a shortfall of the right sort of officers. of the right sort of officers. that's where this has fallen apart in the past. this has fallen apart in the past. there is a verification issue for the americans. bright, intelligent, young graduates under the americans. the force? under the force?
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be sure that whatever the americans agreed to they will do. it will be thorny. it is a number of years, and it should continue to do so. a police continue to do so. state. was an issue with saddam hussain in 2003. 2003. energetic, bright people, notjust cid officers but across—the—board. cid officers but across—the—board. they were going to want concessions and money. concessions and medical staff are expected to admit to and money. learn from mistakes. to and learn from mistakes. economic sanctions are lifting, will that be on the table? investigation of every death from a medical examiner or that be on the table? coroner. medical examiner or coroner. imagine that we would have to give them something back. them something back. seems much too short a period ask and asked with nothing in return. for me. return. sanctions is probably what we want the most. me. disciplinary hearings, as it did in the bawa—garba case. disciplinary hearings, as it did in the bawa-garba case. stay with the bawa-garba case. us. promised substance from these conversations take place tomorrow. conversations take place tomorrow. policing before you start to offer specialist roles. specialist roles. facilities, inadequate doctors, understaffed wards. are being told and the media love to say this, the idea of world peace. say this, the understaffed wards. idea of world these errors so that
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peace. they contributed. contributed. about balancing risks, and that mistakes will happen. mistakes will happen. are leapfrogging into the more interesting tragedies like that of jack adcock can be avoided in the future. can be avoided in the future. roles? interesting roles? agreement about giving up dominic hughes, bbc news. yes, i think that's a real issue. its nuclear power. that's a real issue. nuclear policing can be very difficult on power. by charity crisis. the front line. the front line. policy analyst at a conservative think tank. welcome to the programme. programme. and those on low chance to hear the secretary of state. incomes. state. 2 billion to tackle the problem. what is your assessment of how things are going in singapore? how things are going in singapore? sudden they're sitting in the office above you, i'm the detective here. above you, i'm in london last night. the detective here. dismantlement of the nuclear programme. that's definitely top priority. after being attacked in northolt. do think there's a real problem in cultural acceptance as well. cultural acceptance as well. priority. a man has been arrested. thank you very much indeed for joining us. with knife wounds in harrow. in lambeth in south london. he's now stable. by charity crisis.
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that human rights might be an issue to be discussed at this summit. to be discussed at this summit. and those on low incomes. 2 billion to tackle the problem. bold in asking for dismantlement of political prisoner camps. political prisoner camps. from receiving compensation. about the abuse in london last night. she sustained. after being attacked in northolt. a man has been arrested. including rape and sexual assault forward at this summit and i was encouraged by mike pompeo's remarks. encouraged by and jailed for 1h years. mike pompeo's with knife wounds in harrow. remarks. compensation scheme, she in lambeth, in south was refused because london. of the same he's now stable. roof rule. prisoners serving time in hard labour camps. prisoners serving time in hard our legal labourcamps. prisoners serving time in hard labour camps. correspondent, clive labour camps. coleman, explains. i poverty line and starvation is a huge issue. didn't huge issue. have kind of demand from the north koreans to address this? yes. friends. i didn't go out.
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this summit to raise the stakes for kim jong un. this summit to raise the stakes for kimjong un. from receiving compensation. this summit to raise the stakes for kim jong un. kim jong un. unimaginable suffering at the hands of about the abuse her stepfather. he raped me and he sexually abused me. she sustained. sexual abuse happened on a daily basis. the rape happened every now and again. including rape and sexual assault and jailed for calculus when it comes to addressing human rights abuses. human rights abuses. my mam used to work at a fish shop, and she 14 years. did nights. so that's when continues to abuse his people largely with impunity. largely with impunity. it would happen. of the same roof rule. our legal correspondent, clive coleman, explains. it was the absolute norm. and a warning — you may find some parts of this report distressing. it was every day. i didn't have clear that what kim jong un once from the summit is legitimacy. it was like getting up and getting your teeth brushed. from the summit is legitimacy. the worst time was friends. i didn't go out. in the loft. i was about 11 or 12. unimaginable suffering at the hands of there was a mattress her stepfather. he raped me and on the loft boards. he sexually abused me. sexual abuse happened on a daily coming in contact with the basis. christian ministry. the rape happened every now ministry. and again. my mam used to work at individuals are sent to prison camps. and he would a fish shop, and she did camps. have sex with nights. so that's when me. he'd rape it would happen. me there. it was the that was when absolute norm.
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legitimacy until there is movement on that front as well. my mum wasn't it was every day. thank you. it was like getting up and getting your teeth in. brushed. the worst time was in to go to the police. the loft. i was about will be addressed in this conversation. including rape and sexual conversation. assault. he was jailed for 1h years. 11 or 12. what we know is that president trump is excited. president trump is excited. there was a mattress on ricketts, excitement is in the air i head of the summit. the loft boards. head of the summit. she was refused under something known as the same roof rule. and he would have sex of the same family. with me. tomorrow's engagement with ijust couldn't he'd rape me chairman tim. there. believe it. that was when my you were listening to that as well. what did you mum wasn't in. i thought it was wrong. make of it? i was absolutely disgusted with the judicial system. i tend to agree with some of what robert said. to go to robert said. the police. in this day and age... it was like a kick in the teeth. and i felt including rape and as though i sexual assault. didn't count. he was jailed for 14 it was all right for him years. to do what he'd done. yeah, he got put away for it, but known as the same roof rule. we have now come to know as cve id, complete verifiable disarmament. complete verifiable disarmament. that was it. my life has to he is setting the bar very high. go on, and i is setting the bar very high. don't have a life.
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of the same family. i exist, but i ijust couldn't don't have a life. believe it. us officials over the last few i thought it was wrong. weeks. argues that the same roof rule i was absolutely disgusted with the weeks. is discriminatory. judicial system. in this day and age... where your abuser it was like a kick in the lived, so you teeth. and i felt as though i didn't can't get compensation. count. it was all right for whereas any other victim who was cross in order to get an agreement tomorrow. him to do what he'd tomorrow. not living in the house can. done. yeah, he got put away for it, but that was it. my life has to go on, and that the same roof rule be scrapped. i don't have a life. i exist, but i don't have a life. and northern ireland. whatever the outcome, forjt, the pain will not go. argues that the same roof rule is discriminatory. i've carried it, and it's still in my head as if i was a four—year—old. in a where your abuser moment, a summary of lived, so you the business can't get compensation. news this whereas any other victim who was not hour. living in the house can.
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that the same roof rule be scrapped. willjoin in when everyone else gets rid of nuclear weapons. rid of nuclear weapons. and northern ireland. summit between the us and north korea. whatever the outcome, forjt, the pain will not go. is all coming down to the meeting tomorrow. who should take it in. thank you. the pope is scheduled to visit ireland this summer. was a four—year—old. more from roberta coming up a little later. ireland this summer. he will arrive in dublin on the 25th of august. roberta coming up a little later. that report from clive coleman. hello, i'm ben thompson. in this historic summit here in singapore. stay with us. these are the top business stories. are unveiled today. guilty of the manslaughter by gross negligence of talks failed to find a buyer. poundworld has 355 stores, serving two million customers a week. a six year old boy. the move puts 5,100 jobs at our health correspondent dominic hughes has a verbal tirade against some of america's closest allies. risk. more details. than 4,000 jobs as part of efforts to cut costs and boost profits. imposition of tariffs on imports of steel and aluminium. backdrop to today's minister, justin trudeau, as "very dishonest and weak". as a "devastating blow" to its derby base. announcement. rolls—royce is expected to give an update on friday. a catalogue of errors in his treatment. as "illegal and
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unjustified". to passengers when train services are delayed or cancelled. we are clear that we are insulted as a country. to and learn from mistakes. gave incorrect or inconsistent advice. actions from another country. by a medical examiner or coroner. gone into administration after the failure of rescue to help them improve. talks. it puts more than 5,000 which is an extremely jobs at risk. but why? of disciplinary hearings, as it did in the close partner of ours. bawa—garba case. well, the firm has been losing money for the past two years. losses for the financial year 2016—17 were £17. from the conference. up from £5. about a wider system. doctors understaffed wards. leaning over the us president, flanked by the other leaders. so that they aren't repeated. mistakes will happen. but with him next to mr trump. the important thing is to learn from them. why, and what else is happening out there on the high street? director at springboard.
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avoided in the future. with the president in the picture he posted. diane, good to see you, let's start with the pound world story. with the pound world story. for the high street and clearly a lot of implications forjobs. lot of implications forjobs. talks with the north korean leader transfixed on let's talk through why they got it wrong? talk through why they got kim jong—un. it wrong? his words. we were told this counters are doing well? well? to allow the ship to dock. retail, it is really competition which has put paid to poundworld. which has put paid to poundworld. the concept as a whole is not dead. calls in the administrators. after both italy and malta refuse to allow them supermarkets at the discount end of the supermarket are trading well. the supermarket are trading well. to dock. it's not the concept, it is just that there is too much there. that there is too much there. calls in the theatre awards in new administrators. york. accidentally, and that's the problem. problem. achievement award. our reporter tom brook was at the isn't a significant incentive to going to ceremony. the stores. going to the stores. his side need to ensure
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test status and play more night of the poundworld and poundland, it is a cricket. and play more cricket. year. top names in theatre came out for the event. the side beat england by six runs in edinburgh. problem. problem. and the tony award goes to... england by six runs in edinburgh. harry potter and the cursed child. rafa nadal is not sure if he will be fit in time for wimbledon. fit in time charge £1, but everything is going up in price, as we note. up in price, as we note. for wimbledon. six tony awards. suffered cramp in his hand in the final set. an impact on the pound, that has impacted on their profit margins. impacted on their profit margins. scenic, and sound final set. they have a loss for two design. thank you so years. after the first year, they lost £5. much! this is such an extraordinary honour! umm, thank you to broadway for welcoming us so openly. to have told the players they were too fat in the 2006 glenda world cup. too fat in the 2006 world cup. critically at our network and make a jackson. they were knocked out in the last 16. were knocked out in the last 16. change. more on all those stories later on. change. but no change happened, and last year they lost 70 million. last year they lost 70 million. in edward albee's three the other should help. they are going to lose —— £70 million. tall women. children and pregnant women are among those on board. million. caroline rigby has more. on broadway in three decades. that is not run properly, or is it a general business failure story? general business failure is it easier being an story? actress than a politician? in search of a better life.
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to europe for its wealth and jobs. that is not necessarily applicable to poundworld, is it? no, it's not. society for in libya, often everybody. with the aid and how are you of people smugglers. shop online, but the majority of spending is still in is all. spending is still in is all. going to celebrate tonight? bound for italy, it is a dangerous journey which many fail drink within reach. to complete. a production from britain's national off the coast of theatre. libya. people are not necessarily buying online. online. people talk about a general failure, it's not a generalfailure. failure, it's not a an award for andrew garfield for his leading role in the generalfailure. vessel to dock play. i want in its ports. more life! failure to adapt or meet a market demand. demand. andrew lloyd webber had a to help, complaining... presence at the ceremony. and he has urged malta to with a lifetime achievement take responsibility for there is increased competition out there. award. this vessel. i am, thanks for is just extraordinary. that insight. —— diane. and i'm sort of pinching myself. that are expected i don't really believe it. of us. struggling and now in administration. with uk theatre talent taking home many but, for the moment, it speaking of retail... tony trophies.
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is not the situation. because american productions triumphed. #. libyan coastguard. of once on this island. the story of an egyptian police band stranded in a remote been registered so israeli town. it won ten tony trophies far this year. — more than any other production. tom brook, bbc news, new york. campaigned on a platform of tougher immigration. it now appears he is putting those promises into look around or simply stare out practice. and discount retailer poundworld now set to the window. enter administration. who believes it's a vital coordinator for the aquarius, and is in way of boosting creativity. might be improving. southern france. 4% from a year earlier. 3%. as tim muffett reports. thank you forjoining us. figures from the office for national i can see the statistics. pirate ship. there's lots of kids playing the latest on for the ship is and 3 billion. on it. where it's heading? i can see, er, where it's
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2 billion in march. leaves... and bright heading? and output from the uk's factories fell by 1. colours. sights that surround fall since october 2012. us. often overlooked — but inspiration, perhaps, for a story. dropping by 0. to slow and the domestic market remained subdued. i'm wondering, how would proceeding north and is currently in between malta and sicily. between malta and you get up there? sicily. and it would be like a never—ending stairs story. been hearing that there are men, children on board. children on board. you'd, like, go upstairs for ever and ever and ever. us about the numbers on board and what sort of state they are in? what sort of state they are in? yeah, so we have over 100 children where do you get your ideas from? on board. under the age of 17. and small babies as well. small babies as well. women, including seven pregnant been very clear to criticise some of his other world leaders for. or staring out of your his other world leaders for. women. women. own window. you've done it with some giant apples... singapore between mr kim and mr trump. trump. by simply looking around and turning sights into rescue that aquarius conducted last night, they were very critical. night, they were very stories. critical. there were a lot of people in the water. there's like water. a fallen—over be able to stabilise the tree. seems, they have put those worries aside. that's all the business news for now. situation and bring them on board. a fight with a and bring them on
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giant centipede. board. is for a pot of safety so people can get medical care are somewhere. get medical care are somewhere. boy that used to shout matteo salvini has been very loudly from his garden. italy and malta argue over who should take it in. should take it in. forthright. latest which is we've had of the scene on board. scene on called clarice bean that's me, and that book immigration, we are shutting the ports. board. what is your reaction? started my career. the 622 —— 629 migrants who are there. this is a new situation for us. is a new situation for us. there. we've not come this before. come this before. notification of a port that will allow it to dock. would like to allow it to see happen. dock. are schools really going to factor that has called for a swift resolution of the problem. into their day, do you think? the problem. it is absolutely has called on governments to allow this ship, aquarius, to dock. possible. this ship, aquarius, to people currently on board dock. the aquarius. and how critical is and all you need to do is just give them this? a little nugget of inspiration. are you able to look after those 629 people at least for the time being? people at least for the with a dragon's time being? the business of immigration, we are shutting our ports. shutting our ports. head and... we will bring you on that when we can. a horse's situation will become more and more difficult on board.
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hair. difficult on board. our capacity is normally 500 theatre awards in new people. we are now york. at 629. achievement award. the situation is ok for today. our reporter tom brook was at the ceremony. well, ok is not the right word. night of the year. will become a lot more top names in theatre came out for the event. and the tony award goes to... without allowing more time for the kids to effectively do nothing. kids to effectively do nothing. difficult tonight and tomorrow. ” don't think it is doing nothing. harry potter and the cursed child. tonight and tomorrow. are medical staff on—board? are medical staff on-board? don't think it is doing nothing. staff on-board? your brain and your mind time to think. six tony awards. what's his name? tommy. tommy bowe woodlice? frontieres, who are very busy at the moment is taking care of people. moment is bowe scenic, and sound woodlice? taking care design. thank you so much! of people. board and pushes it, and he's the best skateboarder in the world. this is such an extraordinary honour! best skateboarder in the world. umm, thank you to broadway for welcoming us so openly. wow, that's a good story, i like that! that's a good story, i glenda like that! detention we do about systematically in libya itself. jackson. tommy the skateboarding woodlouse and his determination to succeed. and his determination in libya itself. to succeed. yes, that's a good name for a story. so many tales just waiting to be told. in edward albee's three tim muffett, bbc news. in a moment, the news at one with tall women. sophie raworth. first, the why we should take them in our country. country. weather with on broadway in three decades. that is the platform on which he was elected. which he matt taylor.
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was elected. is it easier being an actress than a politician? believes he isjust delivering on that mandate? that mandate? people are currently day but big weather changes on the suffering quite a way this week for many. lot. a lot. and how we can actually create way this week for many. a working society for everybody. and how are nonexistent, we are in the you going to warm side. coordination centres, the italian maritime rescue coordination centre. maritime rescue celebrate tonight? side. coordination centre. drink within reach. pressure systems working their way towards us. towards us. in rome, the aquarius was sent naval assets and patrol aircraft. a production from britain's national especially in the northern half of the country. assets and patrol theatre. the country. aircraft. information was sent via rome to initiate the rescue. significant frame in over two weeks, if not severe gale force initiate the rescue. winds. if not severe gale force winds. an award for andrew garfield for his leading role in the play. many, it's another day of sunny spells out there. i want more spells out there. life! andrew lloyd webber had a presence vessels with the aid of italian naval vessels to the aquarius. naval vessels to the aquarius. at the ceremony. focused on southern and eastern areas. buy—back will have to leave it there. thank areas. with a lifetime achievement you. slow—moving, could be quite torrential award. in places. —— we will have to do is leave it there. torrential in places. hail in yorkshire parts north—east england. yorkshire parts
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is just extraordinary. north—east england. and i'm sort of pinching myself. i don't really believe it. as she tries to head off a possible rebellion. scotland once again could c1 two showers and storms with uk theatre talent taking home many pop—up. showers and storms pop—up. tony trophies. we go into the evening dry, staying pleasant in sunny to the commons spells. because american productions pleasant in sunny spells. tomorrow. mps who want the economy closely aligned to triumphed. #. the eu. our assistant political editor, norman smith, is in indication of something cooler on westminster. the way. the way. of once on this outbreaks, temperatures will drop down into single figures. will drop down island. into single figures. this seems like a the story of an egyptian police a lot more cloud around on tuesday. pretty forlorn hope? i think it really band stranded in a remote israeli town. it won ten tony trophies — more than is. particular will be a grey and cold day. no doubt the isolated showers can't be ruled any other production. tom brook, bbc news, new out. pressure is coming out. scotland and northern ireland, york. on the remaining showers. showers. rebels. the remaining rebels. low 20s, rather than pushing towards the mid—20s. the mid—20s. of thunderstorms, none around on wednesday. enrich and high join sermon king with details of the weather. hello, simon. places. —— a i have indeed, hello. bridge.
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indeed, hello. wednesday, an isolated shower in the south cannot be ruled out. south cannot be ruled out. across england and wales out there at the moment. places will be dry until late in the even possibly pave the way for a general election. at the moment. day. bridges height weans, low 20s. will it make any difference? across scotland and northern ireland, a bit more cloud around. ireland, a bit more cloud around. —— temperatures as you can see, lots of these guys. you can see, lots of these guys. difference? high teens. time ago from one of old weather watchers. morning rush hour and the ensuring parliament watchers. winds will strengthen. is a strengthen. widespread gales, even severe gale. rinse as meaningful vote. vote. well. —— gale force winds as well. defiant albeit they haven't finally decided on their tactics. decided on their tactics. the pennines towards east yorkshire there is a risk of flash flooding. there is a risk of flash flooding. rees—mogg, urging them not to hand a victory to jeremy corbyn. victory to jeremy corbyn. north—east of england, a bit of cloud at times in northern ireland. cloud at times in northern ireland. the higher teens to even mid—20s down to the south—east. down to the south—east. referendum and an election manifesto that committed us to leaving. that committed us to leaving. evening and overnight, a lot of showers prime minister has widespread support within the party. will disappear. support within the party. showers will disappear. putting the bill through strengthens our position. eastern areas will shift further south and west would.
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our position. south and west would. some clear spells further west. spells further west. but also in terms of keeping jeremy corbyn out. temperatures staying in double figures, 10—12d. figures, 10—12d. corbyn tuesday will be a fairly cloudy start of out. the day. fairly cloudy start of the day. conservatives are well ahead of the labour party in opinion pills. labour party in opinion pills. and sunny is spells into the afternoon. afternoon. the south west of scotland, the far north—west of england. north—west of england. might be down a little bit compared through and reinforce the strength of theresa may's position. to today. to today. of theresa may's position. but still up into the high teens to maybe the low 20s. teens to maybe the low 20s. have enough numbers to defeat mrs into wednesday, high pressure dominating things for many of us. dominating things for many of us. may. may. but this area of low pressure will slowly move its way in. slowly move its way in. ireland, the west of scotland, the wind will also pick up here. wind will also pick up here. government some more breathing space. thank you. to be dry with fairly bright sunny spells. spells. visit to australia, fiji, tonga and new zealand. temperatures up in the high teens to the low 20s. teens to the low 20s. invictus games, which will be staged in sydney in october. days and weeks we've been up with fairly similar conditions beyonce. fairly similar conditions beyonce.
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high level of area of wind —— similar conditions beyonce. similar conditions beyonce. northern ireland but more cloud around. around. thursday, quite a strong jet stream brings low pressure into the north. brings low pressure into the north. scene here in worcestershire in the sunshine. feeling warm for many parts. parts. particularly across the northern half of the uk. stay tuned for more details. showers developing over the north—east of england. north—east of england. some sunshine and temperatures 20-24d. some sunshine and temperatures 20—24d. 20—24d. north—east of scotland and northern england. england. will drift its way south and west words. overnight temperatures, 10-13d. overnight temperatures, 10—13d. developing at midday. tuesday starts relatively cloudy.
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cloudy. break—up to give us some sunny spells into the afternoon. singapore's prime minister ahead of talks with north spells into the afternoon. korea tomorrow. but the us makes its objectives clear. temperatures once again in the high teens to low 20s. goodbye. 00:30:10,181 --> 1073741526:10:59,993 this 1073741526:10:59,993 --> 2147483051:51:49,805 is 2147483051:51:49,805 --> 3221224577:32:39,617 bbc 3221224577:32:39,617 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 news. states will accept. a new relationship" with the united states. who should take it in. casualty on the high street. also, a crash course in becoming a detective. a shortfall of police investigators across england and wales.
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and the cursed child" picks up six tony awards. welcome to bbc newsroom live. kim jong—un, tomorrow. for the historic summit. of the korean peninsular.
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the ultimate goal of the thomas day has not changed. weapons of mass destruction is programme. programme. hopeful it continues to do so, those will increase. will increase. recognises chairman kim's desire for security. security.
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access to foreign investment if they take the right steps. take the right steps. preparations for the summit have come together very nicely. come together very nicely. president met this afternoon with minister li of singapore. minister li of singapore. minister of singapore for his partnership. partnership. them for making this summit what it is. is. the president also visited the embassy team here and thank them. let's get the latest on preparations. with its largest security deployment ever for the unprecedented meeting.
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to the two leaders. unpredictable and strong—willed. his own impressions. both are supremely confident. both are hopeful. significant out of this summit. there is excitement in the air, mr. singapore's prime minister. at convincing north korea to give up its nuclear weapons. no one knows how far kimjong—un is willing to go with that. international isolation. after he'd left long. a new relationship with the us. preparing north koreans for a possible significant change.
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a near drive from where the two leaders are staying. the geography is all about privacy and security. to take the measure of each other. a verbal tirade against some of america's closest allies. imposition of tariffs on imports of steel and aluminium. justin trudeau, as "very dishonest and wea k". as ‘illegal and unjustified'. we are clear that we are insulted as a country. country.
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an extremely close partner of ours. from the conference...
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the other should help. to settle the issue and allow the migrants to disembark. caroline rigby has more. in search of a better life. to europe for its wealth and jobs. in libya, often with the aid of people smugglers. bound for italy, it is a dangerous journey which many fail to complete.
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off the coast of libya. vessel to dock in its ports. to help, complaining... and he has urged malta to take responsibility for this vessel. that are expected of us. but, for the moment, it is not the situation. libyan coastguard. been registered so far this year.
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campaigned on a platform of tougher immigration. it now appears he is putting those promises into practice. the international organisation for migration. thank you forjoining as. how concerned are you for the 629 migrants on board the ship? migrants on board the ship? learning there are seven pregnant women on board. women on board. these are people who have been greatly traumatise. have been greatly traumatise. unseaworthy vessels by smugglers and then rescued on the high seas. then rescued on the high seas. probably people have not been to see in the past. in the past. concerns further
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stability and safety. safety. clear he is not prepared to accept these ship. these ship. of illegal immigration and will shut the ports. the ports. delivering a mandate delivered by the italian people. the italian people. imperative to rescue people and bring them to the nearest port. bring them to the nearest port. people in distress need to be looked after. the smugglers don't care. even today the weather is camped out to sea. to sea. continues to be a stand—off that people will drown in great numbers. people will drown in great numbers.
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difficult to find a place of safety for migrants? for migrants? probably hoping for the opposite reaction. reaction. on those front line states, if you will. will. spain, italy, malta, cyprus and greece. and greece. unwelcoming and being very generous about it. about it. tend to be the ones not shouldering the responsibility as well. the responsibility as well. perhaps this is an attempt to show that burden. that burden. is one thing and this is a humanitarian situation. humanitarian situation. fulfil the standpoint on which they were elected. were elected.
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it impossible to find somewhere to take these migrants? take these migrants? welcome i think there would be tragic. there would be tragic. there were ships at sea for weeks on end. end. new, however regrettable it might be. be. what politicians in italy were saying during the election. saying during the election. they said he would abide by the law. said he would abide by the law. so the law. the law. them as not being responsible to the law. law. and let's just see how that pans out. pans out. steps you're going to be taken now to try to resolve this? to try to resolve this? realise there are very vulnerable people on these ships. people on these ships. trafficked into six slavery, for example.
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potentially they are on the ship. ship. pregnant women are in need of immediate care. immediate care. young and unaccompanied minors as well. unaccompanied minors as well. individuals, which is the primary issue. issue. thank you very much indeed forjoining us. forjoining us. thank you for inviting me. delegations are making preparations for the kim—trump summit. regis hotel, where the north korea delegation is staying in singapore. thank you forjoining us. is complete denuclearisation of the korean peninsula. korean peninsula. hearing about north korea's expectations from this meeting? expectations from this meeting?
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and north korea's leader kimjong—un in singapore tomorrow morning. in singapore tomorrow morning. denuclearisation means for north koreans. koreans. have vastly different understandings of that term. of that term. face—to—face conversation tomorrow morning. morning. tension has only happened in the last few weeks or so. last few weeks or so.
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the korean peninsula by the end of the korean war. the korean war. be determined until the meat on tuesday morning. tuesday morning. president trump or make up his mind on the first minute. on the first minute. been such a secretive figure for so long. long. rapport being established between these two very different leaders? these two very different leaders? met west singapore's prime minister yesterday. yesterday. being here in singapore, it has to be said. be said. real desire to see economic change in his country.
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in his country. him, something significant from this summer. summer. what that significant something is has yet to be seen. something is has yet to be seen. most two men sit across the table from one another tomorrow morning. from one another tomorrow morning. very much talk of north korea's record on human rights. record on human rights. people are deported, sent to labour camps. camps. is that even going to be raised at this meeting? raised at this meeting? it doesn't appear to be that case. appear to be that case.
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and you start having a conversation with someone like that? with someone like that? singaporeans said to me that this is an opportunity for engagement. an opportunity for engagement. rights around issue and we know that. that. and that's what they want to start moving ahead with tomorrow. moving ahead with tomorrow. thanks for the latest from singapore. you can get more on this historic summit on our website... we'll have all the latest background and analysis. with the
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north korean leader. to allow the ship to dock. calls in the administrators. now the sport with catherine downes. in america later this month. our rugby league correspondent is dave woods. what are the headlines?
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the three brothers are back together. sam burgess, plus george anton. anton. in a rugby shirt for england for some time. some time. jonny hayes is in the headlines as well. why are they playing in america? jason gore, the promoter, is anxious to put this on. to put this on. australian promoter based on the us. based on the us. internationals played in denver over the next three years. it is ahead of 2025. 2025. and you can see that on bbc two on the 23rd. tomkins is leaving wigan? him abusing bar staff at a venue in wigan.
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wigan. the rest of this season and neck season as well. thank you. they're aiming for test staus. by far and away the best result in their cricketing history. coach grant bradburn says they need to be given the chance to play more. for watford on a permanent deal. 5 million. coverage of the world cup. but missed out on the squad this time around. that's all the sport for now. i'll have more for you in the next hour.
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to attend a mass in dublin led by pope francis in august. for a two—day visit to the irish republic. his first official meeting is with president michael d higgins. he'll then speak at dublin castle and visit a centre for the homeless. mass in phoenix park. as she tries to head off a possible rebellion. to the commons tomorrow. who want the uk economy to remain closely aligned to the eu. our assistant political editor, norman
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smith, is in westminster. norman, how was looking? conservative rebels to inflict defeat on the prime minister? defeat on the prime minister? and think anybody knows. think anybody knows. i think is very finely balanced. finely balanced. it's very fluid at the moment. the rebels are still beating. beating. mrs may tonight we are told will make an appeal for party unity. make an appeal for party unity. in those negotiations but she fears it will also benefitjeremy corbyn. it will also benefitjeremy corbyn.
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bigger say if parliament rejects the final deal she strikes. final deal she strikes. will the rebels defeat mrs may, the obr when fourjeremy corbyn. obr when fourjeremy corbyn. —— that will be a victory forjeremy corbyn. committed us to leaving. the prime minister has widespread support within the party. and putting the bill through strengthens her position. but also in terms of keeping jeremy corbyn out. have the conservatives well ahead of the labour party. of theresa may's position.
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down to the wire until the minutes before the vote is actually counted. before the vote is actually counted. tight few days, i suspect, for theresa may. theresa may. which of course more than 71 people lost their lives. lost their lives. —— was strongly criticised at the time for her response to it. time for her response to it. seeing now she has written an apology. apology. minister to write in the evening standard. standard. recognised and understood their despair.
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despair. meeting that day it seemed like i didn't care. that was never the case. case. some strong language from the prime minister. prime minister. acknowledgement really of how that look too many people. look too many people. go to talk to survivors and relatives. relatives. police and the fire service, but not the relatives. the relatives. initially, tojeremy corbyn who did go is very well received. go is very well received. political reasons, it was a serious mistake. mistake. but i suspect for personal reasons as well. reasons as well. sense of empathy and understanding at the time. at the time. and also get the truth and the justice they deserve.
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justice they deserve. probably take longer than they are anyone would naturally want to. anyone would naturally want to. grenfell tower, a few days after, we had the attack in finsbury park. had the attack in finsbury park. into worshippers leaving finsbury park mosque. park mosque. that occasion mrs may very quickly did go and meet and visit the area. did go and meet and visit the area. her regret that she hadn't done the same when it came to grenfell tower. same when it came to grenfell tower. enquiry into the grenfell tower disaster is under way. disaster is under way. not being heard, that their concerns were
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not being addressed. were not being addressed. community who were touched by that tragedy? tragedy? suspect nothing will ever compensate for that, whatever is written. for that, whatever is written. representatives of the bereaved and the local community. the local community. was one of their demands initially resisted by mrs may. resisted by mrs may. strictly legal perspective, will form part of the enquiry. form part of the enquiry.
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of the tragedy which many, many people have suffered. people have suffered. thanks for the latest from westminster. visit to australia, fiji, tonga and new zealand. invictus games, which will be staged in sydney in october. now what about the weather prospects? prospects? let's get all the latest from matt taylor. from matt taylor. thank you. developing over the piece that —— peak district and yorkshire. peak district and yorkshire. the torrential downpour. torrential downpour. the south of england and south wales. some developing over western scotland. scotland. showers, and they will be very few, they will fade away through tonight. they will fade away
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through tonight. the general theme is for more clout to drift southwards. to drift southwards. double—figure temperatures to start tomorrow morning. tomorrow morning. tomorrow, dry enough start, but cloud around. enough start, but cloud around. cooler day for central and eastern england. england. some breaks in the cloud over western england and wales. over western england and wales. perhaps a few more showers developing for western scotland. developing for western scotland. temptress back and ready should be, really. in the big change comes. week onwards, wet and windy weather for a time. for a time. more details on that throughout the afternoon. 00:59:41,302 --> 858993221:26:26,927 this 858993221:26:26,927 --> 1717986441:53:12,553 is 1717986441:53:12,553 --> 2576979662:19:58,178 bbc 2576979662:19:58,178 --> 3435972882:46:43,803 newsroom 3435972882:46:43,803 --> 4294966103:13:29,428 live.
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