our china correspondent, robin brant, reports. for years, peng shuai has let her racket do the talking, and she's risen to the top. a star in a sport where there aren't many chinese success stories. at 35, she is someone the ruling communist party leaders should be proud of —— could be proud of. but an allegation about one of those figures change that. in this social media posting earlier this social media posting earlier this month, she named vice premier zhang gaoli who she claims forced her to have sets with him. sensors remove the post within an hour. she has not been seen in public or heard from since. has not been seen in public or heard from since-— from since. people are -- few people are allowed — from since. people are -- few people are allowed to _ from since. people are -- few people are allowed to challenge _ from since. people are -- few people are allowed to challenge authorities l are allowed to challenge authorities without paying some kind of price for it. i think it would be telling if she was able to le
the russian world number two came from a set down to win the round robin match. the finals are being held in turin after a 12 year stay at london's 02 arena. and to recap — in the last few moments, lewis hamilton has won the sao paulo grand prix, afterfighting up from tenth on the grid. that's all from sportsday. we'll have more throughout the evening. now on the bbc news channel — it's click. the world's population continuing to rise and across the globe, more housing is needed. but these buildings themselves come with their own environmental cost. of course, building and running offices and homes contributes massively to our carbon footprint — more than 13 billion tonnes of c02 a year. that's nearly 40% of the world's total carbon emissions.
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