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hello. bbc news i am sally bundle with the latest news for viewers in the uk and around the world. battling new burps covid surge. governments look at introducing restrictions for the unvaccinated as the continent again becomes the epicentre of the pandemic. we again becomes the epicentre of the pandemic.— the pandemic. we are experiencing - the pandemic. we are experiencing anotherl the pandemic. we are - experiencing another surge of covid infection. in the last week alone we have seen the second highest rate of hospital admission in 2021.— admission in 2021. clashes on the border — admission in 2021. clashes on the border between _ admission in 2021. clashes on the border between poland i admission in 2021. clashes on | the border between poland and belarus as polish authorities use water cannon and tear gas to push back migrants. we have a special report from russia as we look into the international
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push against cyber attacks and hackers. �* ., ., hackers. and the return to hold warts. hackers. and the return to hold warts- the _ hackers. and the return to hold warts. the harry _ hackers. and the return to hold warts. the harry potter - hackers. and the return to hold warts. the harry potter trio - warts. the harry potter trio reunite for a 20th anniversary special. a very warm welcome to the programme. politicians across europe are weighing up how best to battle a surgeon coronavirus cases as it has again become the epicentre of the pandemic. austria's has already introduced restrictions for the unvaccinated and governments elsewhere including germany are considering reintroducing certain rules in the run—up to christmas and debating whether vaccines alone are enough to stop the spread of the virus.
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coronavirus is catching hospital staff as well as politicians off guard in germany. emergency wards like this one close to munich are filling up so fast, a patient was sent to italy for treatment. translation: the situation was foreseeable _ and could have been avoided. the right measures that would have prevented this health system from being put in such a situation again were not taken. lower—than—expected vaccination rates may steal christmas for many. christmas markets that do open may only welcome the vaccinated or recently recovered. translation: we can't do an hinu but follow these rules. it is a way to protect everyone. but politicians here are in the market for much more. many keen to unwrap restrictions for the unvaccinated on public transport for a return
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to homeworking and vaccine mandates for certain professions. the incoming coalition government will consult state leaders on thursday. also from thursday, in ireland, pubs, restaurants and nightclubs will have to close at midnight and people will be advised to work from home. all to combat rising covid cases despite one of the highest vaccination rates in the world. all across europe and across our country, it is increasingly clear that we are experiencing another surge of covid infection. in the last week alone, we have seen the second highest rate of hospital admission in all of 2021. but in holland, there is political division over plans that unvaccinated people will no longer be able to go to cafes and restaurants with a negative test. with entry only for the vaccinated or those who have just recovered from covid. with austria's lockdown for the unvaccinated in full swing,
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there are some questioning the wisdom of policies requiring mandatory vaccines or locking down the unvaccinated. this raises real issues of civil liberties. this raises real issues around human rights and it's something that governments should consider extremely carefully. but there are few easy solutions for europe's governments as cases surge. mark lobel, bbc news. the tensions are escalating on the border between poland and belarus. polish security forces have turned to water cannon and tear gas to push back migrants on the belarus side who are seeking a way into the european union. the polish government has accused belarus of trying to force those more migrants across the border in order to destabilise the eu. steve rosenberg reports.
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first, they'd asked to be let in. now, they were demanding. in belarus, the migrants have run out of patience. these are polish water cannon being employed, and that is because, around midday, migrants on the belarusian side of the border started throwing stones and rocks and branches. and all chaos has broken out. the polish forces have responded with water, but also with gas — it's quite difficult to breathe. we don't have life here! four nights and five nights, and don't sleeping. my eyes. for two hours, the border crossing was like a battleground.
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the european union says belarus is using migrants as weapons to destabilise europe. the belarusian soldiers stood and watched. they did nothing to stop the migrants who were storming the border. "why not?" i asked this officer. his reply, "no comment." and while water cannon fought off the attack on the eu's border, the young and the vulnerable took shelter. belarus may have engineered this crisis, but that doesn't change the fact that it's people who are suffering. this man is an actor from kurdistan. his brother sold his house so they could afford their tickets and visas to belarus. where do you go now? i don't know. to iraq, to europe, to the camp, to minsk... we don't know where we're going. we are like a ball, like a ball in the stadium.
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belarus and poland, they kick us. when the violence was over, some of the migrants packed up and moved on. they'd come to belarus to try to get into the european union. now, it's destination unknown. steve rosenberg, bbc news, belarus. at least one person has died and several are missing in the canadian province of british columbia after heavy rain storms caused extensive flooding and triggered mudslides. emergency crusade at least ten vehicles were swept off a highway and they fear there may be more fatalities. the region has received one month's worth of rain in the last 2a hours. the senate in chile has requested that iraq rejected a proposal to open
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impeachment proceedings over allegations involving the sale of the mine. prime president was accused of receiving a bribe but says he had no role in the selling of the mind. armenia says it has reached a ceasefire with azerbaijan following deadly new clashes along their shared border early on tuesday. the russian defence minister brokered the peace fire during talks with his counterparts. armenia says at least 15 of its soldiers died and two security posts were destroyed. a survey by the un population fund has found that half of all young people in bosnia and herzegovina want to leave the country more than 50,000 people are already leaving every year. they are being driven by the lack of economic prospects and political instability. and the large—scale study in britain suggests that drinking coffee or tea may be associated with a lower risk of stroke and
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dementia. researchers who followed more than 360,000 participants say that those who drink several cups of tea or coffee every day have the lowest incidence of stroke or dementia. after an unprecedented year of devastating cyber attacks and international push is under way against hackers. cyber gangs are being arrested in multiple countries in one place, though, where arrests are not happening is russia which has historically ignored accusations of harbouring some of the worst cyber criminals. 0ur reporterjoe. travelled to russia where some of the accused are living millionaire lifestyles with little chance of being arrested. cyber citadels are crumbling. from ukraine to south korea, hackers are being rounded up. 0nline as well, us intelligence services are hacking back, dismantling criminal record —— networks and retrieving stolen ridges. there is one place
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where arrests are not happening. foryears, russia happening. for years, russia has happening. foryears, russia has brushed off accusations that it harbours hackers. my russians have been sanctioned or indicted than any other country. 27 are on the us cyber most wanted list. most are linked to intelligence services but some are alleged criminal hackers. ~ ., but some are alleged criminal hackers. ~ . ., hackers. we are here to identify _ hackers. we are here to identify and _ hackers. we are here to identify and announce i hackers. we are here to - identify and announce charges against the russian national. this man and his sidekick are the most wanted alleged hackers in the world. they are accused of leading a group accused of stealing more than $100 million from victims. working with bbc russia we found contact details for them. at moscow's prestigious federation tower igor runs three businesses. the receptionist found the mobile numberfor his company. hello. i am hoping to find igor. whoever answered said they worked for the company wanted
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to pass us onto another number until andre told us where we were from. until andre told us where we were from-— until andre told us where we were from. ibibc. phone cuts 0ff. were from. bbc. phone cuts off. he is not were from. bbc phone cuts 0ff. he is not keeping a low profile. after multiple attempts of contacting him we tried an address in moscow. he was not in but his father was eager to talk. how do you think your son has become so rich? you seem very upset by the us and the uk's accusations. the us evidence against him and his crew are made up of testimony
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from former gang members and cyberforensic data. some evidence was even obtained by the russian police years ago when they were still helping the us investigate. those days seem long gone now. it is more available to _ seem long gone now. it is more available to enlist _ seem long gone now. it is more available to enlist hackers - seem long gone now. it is more available to enlist hackers in - available to enlist hackers in russia than to put them in jail. my source told me that he personally tried to enlist guys from evil corp to do some work for him. ,, for him. spring summit, president _ for him. spring summit, president biden - for him. spring summit, president biden spoke i for him. spring summit, | president biden spoke to president biden spoke to president putin about harbouring cyber criminals. putin denied was a russia problem but promised work for the us. talks are yet to be a significant fruit. many experts say that russia needs to play its part to fully turn the tide on organised crime in cyberspace. and we asked the russian government to comment on the fact that hackers seem to operate freely in russia but received no reply and, remember, you can see the full documentary, the russian
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hackers wanted by the west this weekend across the bbc. stay with us here on bbc news. still to come... with us here on bbc news. still to come---_ to come... there we go. just feel there- — to come... there we go. just feel there. there _ to come... there we go. just feel there. there you - to come... there we go. just feel there. there you have i to come... there we go. just| feelthere. there you have it. so - hie feelthere. there you have it. sophie ellis-bextor _ feelthere. there you have it. sophie ellis-bextor the - feelthere. there you have it. i sophie ellis-bextor the popstar sophie ellis—bextor the popstar turned disco queen strutting her stuff for 2h hours non—stop. she is still going, raising money for children in need and you can see there are very own david eadesjoined her on the dance floor. more on that in a moment. benazir bhutto has claimed victory in pakistan's general election, and she's asked pakistan's president to name her as prime minister. jackson's been released on bail of $3 million after turning himself in to police in santa barbara. it was the biggest i demonstration so far
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of the fast—growing _ european anti—nuclear movement. the south african government has announced that it's opening the country's remaining whites—only beaches to people of all races. this will lead to a black majority government in this country and the destruction of the white civilisation. part of the centuries—old windsor castle, - one of the queen's residences, has been consumed by fire for much of the day. - 150 firemen have been battling the blaze, - which has caused millions. of pounds worth of damage. you are with bbc news. let's remind you of our top stories. governments in europe are looking at introducing restrictions for the unvaccinated as the continent again becomes the epicentre of the pandemic. there have been
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clashes on the border between poland and belarus as polish authorities use water cannon and tear gas to push back migrants. hello i and tear gas to push back migrants. hello i am and tear gas to push back migrants. hello i am tulsen and tear gas to push back migrants. hello i am tulsen tollett and tear gas to push back migrants. hello i am tulsen tollett and and tear gas to push back migrants. hello i am tulsen tollett and this and tear gas to push back migrants. hello i am tulsen tollett and this is and tear gas to push back migrants. hello i am tulsen tollett and this is the and tear gas to push back migrants. hello i am tulsen tollett and this is the sport and tear gas to push back migrants. hello i am tulsen tollett and this is the sport news and tear gas to push back migrants. hello i am tulsen tollett and this is the sport news and football and the world cup qualifier and the netherlands guarantee the top spot by scoring two late goes to beat norway and rotterdam. they needed a point to be sure of a place in qatar next year. with three teams julian place in qatar next year. with three teamsjulian including norway and they scored while turkey won 2—1 in montenegro to take the play—off spot. group e, whales in the play—offs after the hold of number one ranked team, belgium. the red devils put her head and it was equalised and they were minus gareth bale and they will be seededin gareth bale and they will be seeded in the drawer made later this month. it means now we
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have finished second and we hope that when our fans are rocking out we can romp home against anyone at home and we still respect the teams but we do not fear anybody. white we finished unbeaten but we finish our campaign hourand 25 finished unbeaten but we finish our campaign hour and 25 wins, three drawers. blue we are looking forward to the world cup and we congratulate wales, they finished second which is fantastic. garbine muguruza read so is into the finals and the succeeded spaniard finished number three in the world and was too strong for her compatriot paula by dozer as she won out in less than 1.5 hours. daniil medvedev is through to the semifinals of the atp finals after beating alexander's various in three sets. they progress after
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withdrawal of married tina berrettini due to injury. — set after matteo berrettini. the italian avenged his defeat in the final of the miami masters in april. mercedes airbus review of the decision not to penalise the max verstappen for foreseeing hamilton wide. there was no investigation mercedes has launched a review after new evidence emerged relieved to be on board camera footage and it is believed to be as hamilton tried to pass him and he cut the dutchman by 1a points. skateboarders guy brown has made her debut in surfing at the qualifying series in brazil. despite placing second,
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she was eliminated as she incurred interference penalties saw her score reduced. she is 13 and the youngest professional skateboarder in the world and one a bronze medal at the olympics. all the latest sports on the website. from me tulsen tollett and the rest of the team, that is bought for now. the town mayor of new york, bill deblasio, will announce that times square will be open to revellers on new year's eve wants to watch the ball drop, signifying the start serve 2022. last year times square was closed for celebrations because of the covid pandemic and this is spectators will have to show proof of full vaccination or if they are exempt, proof of a negative coronavirus test before being allowed into the square.
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while on exciting news, there is something harry potter fans as the original hogwarts wizardry trio reunite for a special 20th anniversary tv retrospective. stars daniel radcliffe, emma watson and rebecca grinned are reuniting with other cast members to reunite adventures from two decades ago but the author reunite adventures from two decades ago but the authoij rowling will not be amongst those making a personal appearance on the show — — rupert grint. this film franchise is one of the most successful of all time with an estimated worth of over $25 billion. introducing a harry potter expert, professional super fan who travels the world for all types of harry potter related events. if you don't mind me saying, katie, you look the part! it looked just like harry!
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the part! it looked 'ust like har ! . ., the part! it looked 'ust like har ! ., the part! it looked just like harry!_ how - the part! it lookedjust like - harry!_ how important harry! thank you! how important is this for you? _ harry! thank you! how important is this for you? the _ harry! thank you! how important is this for you? the 20th - is this for you? the 20th anniversary of the film? fans ofthe anniversary of the film? fans of the film — anniversary of the film? fans of the film is _ anniversary of the film? fans of the film is celebrating - of the film is celebrating because this is so exciting, on an occasion that only comes around every 20 years! i was 13 when i first saw the film at midnight and when i first saw the film at midnightand i when i first saw the film at midnight and i will always remember it. we are so excited to be celebrating this all year with the with that in world and it's amazing that it's been 20 years! it's amazing that it's been 20 ears! ~ ., , ., , it's amazing that it's been 20 ears! ~ ., , ., years! what will you be doing? what does _ years! what will you be doing? what does a — years! what will you be doing? what does a professional- years! what will you be doing? | what does a professional super fan do on the 20th anniversary? i'm travelling for harry potter. i will be at universal studios 0rlando again and also universal studios hollywood celebrating, in costumes and various costumes that i make and celebrating with my friends. this harry potter
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community means everything to me. i have met my family and friends throughout 20 years travelling the world and they are the best people. harry potter fans are the best people. i love them all. i get that feeling, _ people. i love them all. i get that feeling, it _ people. i love them all. i get that feeling, it is _ people. i love them all. i get that feeling, it is magic. - people. i love them all. i getj that feeling, it is magic. how did this begin for you? i understand yourfather did this begin for you? i understand your father was reading the book to your sister and you were hooked to? it is true, and you were hooked to? it is true. he _ and you were hooked to? it is true. he was _ and you were hooked to? it is true, he was reading - and you were hooked to? it 3 true, he was reading out aloud to my little sister and my sister and i did not get along at the time. i only heard earwax flavoured jelly beans and i was disgusted and my sister was offended and through the book at me and asked me to come out when i have read it and i devoured those books! i was upset that i had to wait for the next book, we all had to wait back then for each individual book and then we found out the movie would be made. so the philosopher�*s stone was coming out and we were so excited to see it and i
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was watching all the behind—the—scenes images, the trailers, and it all looked exactly how we had imagined it from the book.— exactly how we had imagined it from the book. have you met any ofthe from the book. have you met any of the stars _ from the book. have you met any of the stars themselves? - from the book. have you met any of the stars themselves? i - of the stars themselves? i have! i think i have of the stars themselves? i have! ithink i have met have! i think i have met everyone other than alan rickman and maggie smith. i’m rickman and maggie smith. i'm sure ou rickman and maggie smith. i'm sure you will thoroughly enjoy the events ahead. you look fantastic. you look the part. thank you for being on the programme. pop star sophie ellis baxter has sold millions of records and she has one a new legion of fans for dancing around the breakfast table. and now she is going all out for the annual fundraising event for the bbc, children in need, strutting her way through the 24—hour kitchen disco and she is currently on
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screen but not in the kitchen but in our radio theatre at bbc. she isjust a but in our radio theatre at bbc. she is just a few floors above me right now. we have sent my colleague, david eades on a special mission to give sophie a boost in the middle of the night. of course, it gets really tough at three o'clock in the morning and sent a mission and a warning, there is some dancing in this report! hello. ., , hello. hello, sophie, it never stos. i hello. hello, sophie, it never stops. i present _ hello. hello, sophie, it never stops. i present the - hello. hello, sophie, it never stops. i present the news - stops. i present the news through _ stops. i present the news through the _ stops. i present the news through the night - stops. i present the news through the night and - stops. i present the news| through the night and this stops. i present the news i through the night and this is my time and i'm the one my comfort zone here.- comfort zone here. will! be dancin: comfort zone here. will! be dancing to _ comfort zone here. will! be dancing to the _ comfort zone here. will! be dancing to the news? - comfort zone here. will! be dancing to the news? 16 - comfort zone here. will i be i dancing to the news? 16 hours one. dancing to the news? 16 hours gone. something _ dancing to the news? 16 hours gone. something like - dancing to the news? 16 hours gone. something like that. . gone. something like that. eiuht gone. something like that. ei ht to gone. something like that. eight to go- _ gone. something like that. eight to go. who _ gone. something like that. eight to go. who is - gone. something like that. i eight to go. who is counting? how are you _ eight to go. who is counting? how are you feeling? - eight to go. who is counting? how are you feeling? i'm i how are you feeling? i'm feeling all right. but i am feeling all right. but i am
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feeling all right. every time etching comes on... i now have africa on by toto. etching comes on. .. i now have africa on by toto.— africa on by toto. rumour has it there are — africa on by toto. rumour has it there are some _ africa on by toto. rumour has| it there are some performance enhancing pick me up in your pocket. film enhancing pick me up in your ocket. , ., , pocket. oh my word! only gherkins _ pocket. oh my word! only gherkins at _ pocket. oh my word! only gherkins at the _ pocket. oh my word! only gherkins at the moment! l pocket. oh my word! only i gherkins at the moment! one gherkins at the moment! 0ne coffee and i don't have any pockets so i guess i am just, yeah, taking it as it comes. $5 yeah, taking it as it comes. as a message, children in need is a message, children in need is a huge dealfor the bbc every year. it has an international resonance as well. we're talking to the world tonight, what is your message? everybody�*s message, honestly, it's such a tonic when i hear from people. even if it was just for 30 seconds i felt the energy and i would do this for everyone supporting me and the charity. i'm excited to see the glimpse of the finish line. i a strictly no — glimpse of the finish line. i a strictly no dancing sort of person... i strictly no dancing sort of person- - -_
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strictly no dancing sort of i person..._ but person... isensing that. but there is money _ person... isensing that. but there is money involved i person... isensing that. but there is money involved thatj person... i sensing that. butl there is money involved that i can get ten seconds with sophie ellis baxter... can get ten seconds with sophie ellis baxter. . ._ ellis baxter... feel that, the music is _ ellis baxter... feel that, the music is doing _ ellis baxter... feel that, the music is doing all _ ellis baxter... feel that, the music is doing all the - ellis baxter... feel that, the music is doing all the work i ellis baxter... feel that, the i music is doing all the work for you! music is doing all the work for ou! . ., music is doing all the work for ou! . ~' , ., , music is doing all the work for ou! . ., , ., , . you! thank you very much, sophie- — you! thank you very much, sophie. thank— you! thank you very much, sophie. thank you! - you! thank you very much, sophie. thank you! fun i you! thank you very much, i sophie. thank you! fun mark i bless the _ sophie. thank you! fun mark i bless the rains _ sophie. thank you! fun mark i bless the rains down _ sophie. thank you! fun mark i bless the rains down in - bless the rains down in africam _ bless the rains down in africa- - -_ bless the rains down in africa... ., ., ., africa... that was one of the tou . her africa... that was one of the tougher assignments - africa... that was one of the tougher assignments for i africa... that was one of the tougher assignments for the | tougher assignments for the bbc's tougher assignments for the bbc�*s david eades. let us show you how sophie is doing right now, this is the radio theatre upstairs at the new broadcasting house. she is doing extremely well. if you have not yet donated yet to the bbc's have not yet donated yet to the bbc�*s children in need, you still have plenty of time. the live event is taking place on friday evening but in the run—up, so many incredible fundraising event, including the bbc weather broadcaster who
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did a 24—hour drumming with a whole team of people to the bbc news countdown clock, you have to look for that. do find it! i willjoin you shortly for the business stories. wednesday morning will be a little bit colder compared to the last couple of mornings. and, indeed, by day, it'll feel a touch fresher, too. but overall, the next 2—3 days will remain above the average for the time of year. i want to show you the jet stream — and there is a dip in thejet stream at the moment across the uk, and you can see the blue colours — so that's the slightly colder atmosphere that's spread across the country into the early hours of wednesday. and, with the clearer skies, that means that, in many towns and cities, temperatures will be around five celsius or so, especially out towards the east and in central parts of the uk. even colder than that in aberdeen, barely above freezing. but that means a lot of bright and crisp weather in the morning, especially across central, eastern, and southern areas of the uk. not necessarily in western scotland and northern ireland,
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always a bit more cloud here and a chance of catching a shower. and you can see those temperatures actually not far off the average, just a fraction above. but look what happens on thursday — another change in the jet stream. it's bulging northwards of the uk and allowing for a stream of really mild air to sweep in from the azores. so, mild south—westerlies across the uk, cloudy and damp in western and northern scotland — but where the skies clear, where the sun pops out for any lengthy period of time, temperatures will reach around 15—16, maybe even 17 celsius to the east of the highlands because of something called the foehn effect — you'll have to look that up, not enough time to explain it. but look where we are, nine celsius is the average this time of november — we are talking about 17 celsius, eight degrees above the average for the time of year. and the same pattern continues in a friday, as well — east of the highlands, possibly 17, we could get 16 also east of the pennines, and widely around 111—15 celsius. and then, a reversal in the wind direction — you can see this time, rather than from the south—west, it's coming in straight from the north. now this looks pretty cold, doesn't it? well, it won't be that cold —
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it will be relatively speaking, but actually, we'll be going down from 15 to around nine celsius, which, of course, is about the average for the time of year, give or take. well, it won't be that cold — it will be relatively speaking, but actually, we'll be going down from 15 to around nine celsius, which, of course, is about the average for the time of year, give or take. and tear gas to push back migrants.
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