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this is bbc news. the headlines at eight... former girls aloud singer sarah harding has died at the age of 39, after being diagnosed with breast cancer last year. she was a girl next door that had got it all. she was identifiable by the audience that were going to buy her records. that was the beauty of sarah. the head of one of prince charles�* charities temporarily steps down after claims he helped secure an honourfor a major donor. relatives of a female police officer in the ghor province of afghanistan have told the bbc that she has been killed by the taliban. plans to overhaul england's social care system are likely to be unveiled this week, amidst warnings that a rise in national insurance could provoke a "very significant backlash". and as the paralympics come
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to a close with fireworks, the queen congratulates great britain's paralympians, who return home with 124 medals, including 41 golds. good evening. the girls aloud singer sarah harding has died at the age of 39 — she was diagnosed with breast cancer last year. she was part of one of the most successful british female bands of all time. formed on a reality show, they went on to have 21 top 10 hits. sarah harding's mother marie described her as a "bright shining star", and her band—mate nadine coyle said she was "absolutely devastated". our enterainment correspondent lizo mzimba looks back at her life. his report contains
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some flashing images. after three months of competition, the moment her dream came true. ..sarah. cheering. but sarah harding could scarcely have imagined the success that would follow. every one of their first 16 singles a top ten hit. thanks to a collection of irresistibly catchy songs, they were soon selling thousands of singles... # sound of the underground...# ..and performing to sold—out audiences. # if i had a promise from you... # sarah brought powerful vocals and a willingness to be portrayed... # makes me wanna break the rules! # ..as the band's most outrageous personality, the headline—grabbing party girl. we're off to the club to boogie! everything's winding down now.
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she also acted in coronation street... actually, i don't suppose by any chance you know a tracy barlow? ..and the second of the st trinian�*s movies... # i predict a riot, i predict a riot! #i it has been great fun, we have a real giggle in between takes but we really are naughty schoolgirls. we have to be kept getting told, "girls, shut up!" nadine coyle led the tributes, saying she was absolutely devastated. "i can't think of words that express how i feel about this girl "and what she means to me." "i know so many of you will be feeling this way." and pop stars judge pete waterman paid his tribute this afternoon. she was a girl next door who had got it all. she was identifiable by the audience that are going to buy her records.
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that was the beauty of sarah. when the singer discovered an enlarged lymph node just before covid began, the pandemic was a factor in her delaying seeking treatment. breast cancer is a very curable illness if diagnosed early. the unfortunate thing in sarah's case is she was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer and that had already spread to her body. and you can only survive it for as long as the treatments are helping and stalling the breast cancer from spreading further. sarah and the other four members of girls aloud went their separate ways in 2013, but not before they'd entertained fans for the best part of a decade. sarah harding was a crucial part of the group. a woman who achieved so much in a life cut short at such a young age. sarah harding, who has died at the age of 39. earlier our health correspondent catherine burns gave an overview of sarah's diagnosis and cancer. we know it was around the time of the pandemic that she got now, this is pain
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in her breast which is something that's not seen by itself as a side of breast cancer, normally. she described the pain is overwhelming, though — she said it was stopping her sleeping at night, she was taking so many painkillers to try to manage it, but she was trying to convince herself it was just a cyst or something harmless. that coupled with the fact there was a pandemic, they were on lockdown, this meant she was delayed in getting to the doctor. it was last august when she announced to the public that she had cancer, and by then it had spread to other parts of her body. by last christmas she knew that it was terminal, that that christmas was going to be her last one. so what happened is, you know, the delay didn't help her in any way there, because what we know about breast cancer is it is the most common cancer in the uk, one in seven women will be diagnosed at some stage, and for most of them the survival rates are really good — 85% are expected to survive at least five years. but with any cancer, the earlier you catch it the more likely you are to recover.
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does age come into it at all in terms of the long—term prognosis? she was so young. she was 38 when she was diagnosed. to give you a bit of context there, just 4% of breast cancer cases in the uk happen to women under a0. by far it as a bigger risk when you are over 50. that was another thing that was unlucky for her, the pandemic, having a symptom that isn't a classic symptom of breast cancer, and the fact that her age made her, kind of, think she could delay it a bit. but she isn't alone in doing that. the charity breast cancer now looks at the number of referrals between march and december last year — they fell by 90,000 because people didn't want to come forward. the charity had that people didn't want to be a burden on the nhs, or that they were worried about catching covid in their medical appointments. and it is that a pattern then, the pandemic effect on cancer diagnosis? and notjust diagnosis but treatment as well? this is something that we're only
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going to see as time goes on. yes, breast cancer is the most common cancer, we have the numbers for that, but it is something that has happened across many different cancers. so what we need to do now is see the impact of that. breast cancer now, it thinks there will be 11,000 people living with undiagnosed breast cancer in the uk at the moment. kath burns there, our health correspondent. tributes and memories have been posted on social media... sarah harding's former boyfriend, calum best spoke of the "crazy fun times and adventures" they had together, saying she would be "so very missed". spice girl and formerjudge on pop stars: the rivals, geri horner said sarah harding would be remembered for the light and joy she brought to the world. and davina mccall, who presented pop stars the rivals, which launched sarah's career tweeted to say... and the model and tv personality, katie price, has posted on instagram to say... "sarah harding was always such
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a genuine and honest person," and that, "she'd always remember the laughs they had together." the sunday times musicjournalist lisa verricojoins me now. later, good to see. just give us a sense of the impact that sarah harding had on the world of pop music. . ., , , harding had on the world of pop music. ., , , ~ ., music. the impact that girls aloud had on pep — music. the impact that girls aloud had on pep music _ music. the impact that girls aloud had on pop music was _ music. the impact that girls aloud had on pop music was absolutely l had on pop music was absolutely huge. there hasn't really been a british girl band, certainly up to the tv show and until little mix i would say that sarah harding really epitomise the surprise of girls aloud. they won this very sedate show, he sa had won it before and this band was a bunch of girls and she was definitely the rock and roll one and they came outwith, you know, people at the time came out
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with a song called sound of the, underground and this was a christmas song and it was really cool. in these kind of conditions were so naff and these girls came out with this out there song and then for the next, kind of, five, six years, produced these completely out there, crazy pop songs and server epitomised or bending the perception of the sort of person that would go in for that. she was a wild person, she looks amazing, she looked like a p0p she looks amazing, she looked like a pop star. it was not what you expect to get from, you know, a tv show that puts together people to appeal on a saturday night. to that puts together people to appeal on a saturday night.— on a saturday night. to think that in terms of _ on a saturday night. to think that in terms of the _ on a saturday night. to think that in terms of the amount _ on a saturday night. to think that in terms of the amount of- on a saturday night. to think that in terms of the amount of time i on a saturday night. to think that l in terms of the amount of time that it took for the band to achieve recognition through awards, there was a degree of, i don't know, sneering or snobbishness towards them? . , , .,
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them? there was definitely a degree of snobbishness. _ them? there was definitely a degree of snobbishness. this _ them? there was definitely a degree of snobbishness. this year _ them? there was definitely a degree of snobbishness. this year is - them? there was definitely a degree of snobbishness. this year is the - of snobbishness. this year is the first year that little mix one at the brits. absolutely definitely snobbishness towards girl groups in boy band that in a way sarah harding was a rock and roll rebel. she won celebrity big brother in 2017. she had that outspoken personality don't really get very much in pop and it does very much reminds you when robbie williams went off the rails and take that and people thought he was great but when sarah harding slightly did the same thing she was absolutely hounded by the media and painted in a very different light to robbie williams. look, he's escaped this prison of the well behaved boy band and look what he's doing hanging out with oasis. when she did it, she was on the front pages of the tabloids like she had lost it. absolutely different but she said she wanted to be liam gallagher and she wanted to be liam gallagher and she was. she did, i will say, there
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are some people that look like pop stars and she did. shejust are some people that look like pop stars and she did. she just looks beautiful. look at her, every picture that has accompanied her obituary today, she just radiates this pop star imagery. in obituary today, she just radiates this pop star imagery.— obituary today, she just radiates this pop star imagery. in terms of, ou this pop star imagery. in terms of, you know. — this pop star imagery. in terms of, you know. the _ this pop star imagery. in terms of, you know, the steps _ this pop star imagery. in terms of, you know, the steps that - this pop star imagery. in terms of, you know, the steps that girls - this pop star imagery. in terms of, l you know, the steps that girls aloud followed and, obviously, the mantra of the spice girls was girl power and that was such powerful cultural message. do you think server and the rest of the band were the heirs to the girl power mantra? 0r rest of the band were the heirs to the girl power mantra? or did they set their own sort of cultural impact? i set their own sort of cultural im act? ., set their own sort of cultural imact? ., _ set their own sort of cultural imact? ., , impact? i would say they were another step _ impact? i would say they were another step in _ impact? i would say they were another step in that. - impact? i would say they were another step in that. you - impact? i would say they were l another step in that. you know, women taking control of their careers. i mean, the spice girls were around for, what, for years? girls aloud, seven years, and then they had their comeback tour. little mix are still going, no success of the mole. they have definitely been steps towards it and it is interesting that at some point in
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all three of those groups careers they have taken control of their own, you know, destiny, they wanted to look after themselves and they wanted to step away from the current male svengali looking acts. you mentioned _ male svengali looking acts. you mentioned little _ male svengali looking acts. you mentioned little mix a couple of times. you attribute their success as a band to the foundations that were laid by girls aloud before them? , , ., , them? yes, definitely, and server in articular them? yes, definitely, and server in particular completely _ them? yes, definitely, and server in particular completely offended - them? yes, definitely, and server in particular completely offended the l particular completely offended the perception of the sort of person that would go on a show like that and i think there are a probably a couple of members of little mix that one of those that before because they didn't want to be told what to do and you can't contribute to songs and sing on it and other people that had been on these tv shows, james arthur is another person, and if you look at x factor obviously it is finished now, in its latter years he wants on and they wanted to sing their own songs i was definitely an element of taking control but, i
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mean, sarah harding in particular was a wild child, she admitted that. people love that personality. i'm not sure you get so much of that personality. you definitely do have a little bit of that. a lot of people are now also guarded on social media and they say things and she was heavy as vacant and didn't care when she was diagnosed with cancer she put it all out there and said she would be told that she probably wouldn't see another christmas and i think that was a very brave thing to do.- christmas and i think that was a very brave thing to do. lisa, sunday times music — very brave thing to do. lisa, sunday times music journalist. _ very brave thing to do. lisa, sunday times music journalist. thank- very brave thing to do. lisa, sunday times music journalist. thank you l times musicjournalist. thank you very much for being here to speak with us on bbc news. we will find out how this story and many others are covered in tomorrow's front pages at 10:30pm and 11:30pm this evening in the papers. 0ur guestsjoining me tonight are entertainmentjournalist, caroline frost and parliamentary journalist tony grew. in the past hour it's been confirmed that a member of the armed forces has died in a training accident in 0xfordshire. the bbc has been told that the individual was taking part in a free fall parachute jump at raf
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weston on the green near bicester. an raf spokesperson says the incident is being investigated. the chief executive of one of prince charles' charities, the prince's foundation, has temporarily stepped down from the role, following claims that he helped secure an honour for a major donor. michael fawcett is accused of helping a saudi businessman receive an honourary cbe. here's our royal correspondentjonny dymond; for decades, michael fawcett was the aide with the answers to the prince's problems. mr fawcett, did you secure honours for cash? any comment on the allegations in the newspapers this morning? is the sunday times story true? this morning, he wasn't taking questions. he's accused of promising to help this wealthy saudi businessman — mahfouz marei mubarak bin mahfouz — to get british citizenship and an honour in exchange for donations to the prince's charities. he was the prince's valet until 2003 — but he was more than just a servant.
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a controversial figure at the palace, he won the loyalty of prince charles. twice he left the prince — twice he came back. until yesterday, the chief executive of the prince's foundation. today, a former minister said there were questions to answer. well, michael fawcett has been forced to resign twice already. and both times — under cover of darkness, almost — he was reinstated by prince charles when the hoo—ha had died down. so prince charles is very, very closely linked with this man and i'm sure that whatever michael fawcett did would have been done with the full support of prince charles. prince charles needs to answer questions about this, not michael fawcett. the foundation said it takes very seriously the allegations that had recently been brought to its attention and the matter is currently under investigation. mr bin mahfouz said he expected no reward for his charitable donations.
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a source close to the prince told the bbc that prince charles was not aware of any link between donations to his charities and honours or british citizenship. michael fawcett has temporarily stepped down from his position. jonny dymond, bbc news. a female police officer in central afghanistan has been shot dead by armed men inside her home. banu negar�*s family told the bbc the gunmen tied them up and searched the house before killing her. she was heavily pregnant. despite a journalist saying he witnessed the attack by the taliban in ghor province, the family couldn't confirm if the group was responsible. (biv they have denied all involvement. earlier, pakistan chaired a virtual meeting on afghanistan, bringing together neighbouring countries, including china and iran. an official statement said they'd agreed that peace in afghanistan was crucial to the region's security.
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we have reliable accounts that three gunmen went to the home of that female police officer last night, tied her up as they searched her home, and then shot her in front of her husband and children. exactly who those gunmen were remains unclear. the family say they can't confirm whether that was taliban, is or perhaps some other group, but some witnesses with knowledge of the situation there in that city say that was an attack carried out by the taliban and it was in response to an action earlier in the day that the police woman had been involved in where a taliban flag was taken down from the streets of that provincial capital. we don't know if she was working in her official capacity as a police officer, because the afghan national police has effectively been in chaos since the taliban took over control
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of so many provinces in the rest of the country. we don't know if she was actually on duty as a police officer or if that was something she was involved in in a personal capacity, but she was known to have been previously part of the police force, so that perhaps was why she has been targeted. her family have actually denied she was part of that — perhaps they are just trying to maintain her innocence. so, a really unclear situation. but what you can take from it, even though the taliban has said it will investigate this and find out who the killers were, it shows that even people who were previously in positions of authority are not safe in cities across afghanistan, something that has been warned about for the weeks since the taliban started taking control. and that, potentially, if this was carried out by militants, that there are reprisals, that there are attacks on people who are seen to have either broken the rules or gone against the regime. what we know about this virtual meeting that pakistan convened
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the headlines on bbc news... former girls aloud singer sarah harding has died at the age of 39, after being diagnosed with breast cancer last year. the head of one of prince charles' charities temporarily steps down after claims he helped secure an honourfor a major donor. relatives of a female police officer in the ghor province of afghanistan have told the bbc that she has been killed by the taliban. there's a growing backlash in the conservative party to suggestions of increasing national insurance contributions in order to fund social care in england. the former chancellor, lord hammond, has warned borisjohnson he'll damage the party if he adopts the policy, which would break a manifesto commitment. 0ur political correspondent damian grammaticas reports.
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this is kate visiting her mother, carolyn, who is 75, and a care home with dementia. kate is selling her mother's flat to pay for the care. £7,000 every month and it has risen fast. the stress of, will you be able to afford it? we heard about these astronomical care home prices and they are, the fees are not sustainable, will be. the care system is in crisis. some pay all of their costs if they have assets, others rely on local authorities who struggle to fund adequate provision. and battered by the pandemic, it is short on staff. there is 100,000 vacancies. we work with national and local partners and those who have lived experience of the social care sector to get this right and get it right as we are determined to do. we will fix the crisis in social care once and for all. borisjohnson on his first day as prime minister promised to fix this crisis,
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but that will cost billions each year, and he also pledged no increase in major taxes, a pledge he is considering breaking. it's thought the government is looking at raising national insurance contributions. some conservative mps, though, don't want taxes to go up at all. others think this would be a deeply unfair way to fix the problem. and labour doesn't think it's the right solution. the issue is, an increase in national insurance contributions is asking young working people, some of whom will never inherit the property, to subsidise older people who have accumulated wealth during their lifetime and have a property. and on any basis, that has got to be wrong. we are sceptical about the idea of loading the entire burden of the social care crisis onto the supermarket workers and delivery drivers who are already dealing with really high housing costs, childcare costs and others. so, this is a huge test
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for borisjohnson. as much as money, far—reaching reform is required and he'll have to get it through his own party as well as through parliament. damian grammaticas, bbc news, westminster. relatives and survivors of the grenfell disaster say they're "disgusted" at the idea the building could be demolished without being consulted. it comes after newspaper reports said experts advised it should be "taken down" because of safety concerns. but the government insists no descision has been made. ayshea buksh reports. this man lost six members of his family in the grenfell fire and sits on the government board deciding how the victim should be remembered. government now may demolish the tower. it government now may demolish the tower. , , ., , tower. it is very important it is not lost because _
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tower. it is very important it is not lost because it _ tower. it is very important it is not lost because it is - tower. it is very important it is not lost because it is very - not lost because it is very sensitive, it is very delicate. you know, this is about our family is sensitive, it is very delicate. you know, this is about ourfamily is in everyone's family members. 72 innocent people should have never lost their lives there. the report claims dominic structural engineers hired by the government believe the building poses safety concerns of the local area but local residents living by the tower say they were told it was safe during their ongoing discussions. indie told it was safe during their ongoing discussions. told it was safe during their onauoin discussions. ~ . ,, ongoing discussions. we have spent two ears ongoing discussions. we have spent two years with _ ongoing discussions. we have spent two years with them _ ongoing discussions. we have spent two years with them telling - ongoing discussions. we have spent two years with them telling us - two years with them telling us everything was fine with a building and no _ everything was fine with a building and no problem with asbestos and now it is riddled _ and no problem with asbestos and now it is riddled with asbestos and a danger— it is riddled with asbestos and a danger to— it is riddled with asbestos and a danger to the school next to it. i think_ danger to the school next to it. i think all— danger to the school next to it. i think all of— danger to the school next to it. i think all of this need to start talking — think all of this need to start talking to people properly and listen — talking to people properly and listen to — talking to people properly and listen to what they have to say. it listen to what they have to say. [it is listen to what they have to say. is utterly listen to what they have to say. it is utterly disgusting. residents of the estate. — is utterly disgusting. residents of the estate, when— is utterly disgusting. residents of the estate, when a _ is utterly disgusting. residents of the estate, when a disaster- is utterly disgusting. residents of the estate, when a disaster has . the estate, when a disaster has happened. _ the estate, when a disaster has happened. we _ the estate, when a disaster has happened, we haven't - the estate, when a disaster has happened, we haven't been - the estate, when a disaster has - happened, we haven't been consulted. grenfeti— happened, we haven't been consulted. grenfell united _ happened, we haven't been consulted. grenfell united say— happened, we haven't been consulted. grenfell united say many— happened, we haven't been consulted. grenfell united say many accept - happened, we haven't been consulted. grenfell united say many accept the i grenfell united say many accept the removal of the tower will be a case of when not if, but the timeline needs to be devout, decided by the bereaved, families and community.
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0therfamily support bereaved, families and community. other family support group say they must be to listen to. fine other family support group say they must be to listen to.— must be to listen to. one thing this community — must be to listen to. one thing this community is _ must be to listen to. one thing this community is united _ must be to listen to. one thing this community is united about - must be to listen to. one thing this community is united about is - must be to listen to. one thing this community is united about is that l community is united about is that they own this tragedy and no one else speaks for them and we are the best people, collectively, we, the various groups, to do the internal engagement and to bring that together and present that information in a honest way. the government _ information in a honest way. the government department responsible for this say they are aware how sensitive it is a known decision has been taken. they saved the memorial committee is developing what they call a community led decision but trust in that process about the future of the tower has been severely undermined. bbc london. the vaccines minister, nadhim zahawi, has confirmed that proof of vaccination will be required to get into nightclubs and other large indoor events in england. he said it was the right time to introduce vaccine certificates, as all over—18s will have been offered two jabs by then. the scheme — which will be introduced at the end of the month — has been criticised by venues and some mps.
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meanwhile, scottish labour has said it'll vote against plans for so—called vaccine passports being proposed by the government at holyood — which will be voted on by msps in the coming days. let's take a moment to look at the latest uk coronavirus figures. there were 37,011 new infections recorded in the latest 24—hour period, which means an average ofjust over 35,500 cases per day in the last week. the figures also show there were just over 7,500 people in hospital being treated for coronavirus three days ago. 68 deaths were reported in the latest 24—hour period — that's people who died within 28 days of a positive covid—19 test. it takes the average number of deaths per day to 113 over the last week.
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0n vaccinations, now, nearly 89% of people over the age of 16 have had theirfirstjab, and nearly 80% of people over 16 have had both doses. police say they have finished searching a lake in north yorkshire as part of their investigation into the disappearance of the university chef, claudia lawrence, more than 12 years ago. the detective leading the inquiry says nothing of obvious significance was found. 0livia richwald reports. cloudier lawrence went missing on march 19, 2009. she had failed to for work as a chef at university of york. in the 12 years since she vanished there been several police services comic searches and arrests but claudia has never been found. then two weeks ago police brought in diapers, forensic archaeologist and sniffer drugs as they announced a major search of fishing lakes at sand hutton in york. but despite the
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exhaustive operation, during which one of the lakes was trained, today north yorkshire police confirmed that nothing of obvious significance had been found. some small items have been recovered but they may prove irrelevant to the investigation. claudia's family including her mumjoan have been kept informed. meanwhile, the police say that high—profile information has led to new information from the public so while the searches have continued the investigation continues. —— while researchers have concluded the investigation continues. —— the searches have concluded. the united nations and the african union have condemned the military coup in guinea that's seen president alpha conde ousted from power. he was removed by special forces who blamed the president for rampant corruption, mismanagement and poverty. it follows hours of heavy gunfire near the presidential palace in the capital, conakry. 0ur west africa correspondent, mayenijones, reports.
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unexpected my comic violence. a quiet sunday morning in the capital conakry disrupted by gunfire. —— unexpected violence. the street leading to the presidential palace was also reportedly blocked. this unverified footage allegedly showing the president being detained by the military was widely shared on social media, fuelling rumours of a coup. the military soon appeared on national tv claiming they were moved to take over because of corruption and economic mismanagement. translation: the and economic mismanagement. translation: the government is dissolved. land _ translation: the government is dissolved. land borders— translation: the government is dissolved. land borders will- translation: the government is dissolved. land borders will be - dissolved. land borders will be closed for one week and we will then see what will happen without air borders. . ., , see what will happen without air borders. , , ., , see what will happen without air borders. , , ., ., borders. the coup plotters are from an elite military _ borders. the coup plotters are from an elite military units _ borders. the coup plotters are from an elite military units you _ borders. the coup plotters are from an elite military units you have - an elite military units you have historically received training from the united states. their leader can be seen here with american soldiers. this coup is the latest chapter in
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what has been a fractious year for guinea. last 0ctober, what has been a fractious year for guinea. last october, the country held violently disputed elections after the president change the constitution to run for a third term. dozens of people were killed in the ensuing clashes. many of the protesters were young indians and happy with... management of the young economy. —— young people from guinea. this is the fourth coup attempt in under a year. it is now under military rule and there was a failed takeover in the share in march. in a region suffering with poverty and political institutions it is a dangerous trend. a ceremony of lights, fireworks and dancing has closed the paralympic games injapan. great britain's athletes finished second in the medal table — winning124 medals, including 41 golds. andy swiss reports from tokyo. last but definitely not least. britain's final middle of it games
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is one of the most emotional, a badminton bronze for a tearful kristin koos. earlier there had been bronze in the wheelchair basketball. the british team finished with 184 medals plus a record 18 spots and with a leader full of praise. medals plus a record 18 spots and with a leaderfull of praise. how would you sum up what this team have achieved? , ., , ., ,, would you sum up what this team have achieved? , ., , . ~' , would you sum up what this team have achieved? , ., , ., ,, , ., achieved? history making. they have missed ripped _ achieved? history making. they have missed ripped up. — achieved? history making. they have missed ripped up, sort _ achieved? history making. they have missed ripped up, sort of, _ achieved? history making. they have missed ripped up, sort of, the - achieved? history making. they have missed ripped up, sort of, the stat i missed ripped up, sort of, the stat and we have put a marker down in terms of the depth of talent and we're very proud of what we have achieved out in tokyo. despite being postponed for a year and how during a pandemic, tokyo 2020 has finally reached the finish line. i met a colourful closing ceremony, the british flag was brought in by gold medallist david smith. afghanistan's two athletes
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