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February 6, 2007 (Beware of errors on this
Indonesia's capital underwater.
Hundreds of thousands are
Youngsters with no childhood.
How to give former
childhood soldiers a future.
And the Iraqi people protecting
their children in the face of
This is bbc world in Washington.
I'm Kathy Kay.
>> I'm mike Embley in London.
Also in the programme, a police
officer murdered at a football
The club warns to improve
security or empty stadiums.
And exclusive tour of Britain's
>> Almost 30 people are known to
have died and hundreds of
thousands homeless after days of
torrential rain in Indonesia. Houses and
thousands have sought treatment
Our world affair is
correspondent has a report.
>> So used to floods here but
nothing like this. Half of Indonesia's capital is
under water as days of
torrential rain triggered a
The slums near rivers are affected every
year but this time rich and poor
Huge areas have no electricity
or clean drinking water.
Families are increasingly angry
at the lack of the government
strategy to prevent the flood
This woman said she had been
in this situation many times before but this was
much worse. The lurking fear is of diseases, malaria and typhoid are a real
there is no clean water.
This government doctor says that
she is treating
people with infection from
living near dirt water.
This is a city virtually
Some are suggesting the capital
should be relocated to higher
But for now, Jakarta citizens
are bought thing in
are bat thing in down the -- are
battening down the hachts.
>> It was standing room only at
The coffin of a 38-year-old
police officer carried in by his
Some struggling to control their emotions.
The sense of outrages at what
has happened here evidenced by
the thousands of fans who stood
by "the cathedral to pay their
There were some who tried to
help the roffe to escape but he was
cornered. His 15 years old
daughter Cattiana paid her
>> Dad, i lost the will to
Without you, there is no reason
You were the very best father.
>> This is what the police have
faced on Friday night.
The 378s described it as
Fans armed with batons and homed
This afternoon the sports
official met with other
officials nine. This violence within
the Italian game has been
festering for many years but in
the pooft, legislation to tackle
the problem have been ignored.
There were many peer hoping that
24i7ks will gint to start
Child soldiers are still being kent r sent into violence and
used as sex slaves.
>> It plays a vital r ole in
helping them adjust to normal
Thousands of children recruited
toe fight in Liberia's civil constant remind
irfor this young groups
his forth were accused much
r the of the children being drug carteled to get them to fight
She remember remembers the
mixture high was given.
Countries have been called 307b
to ensure upon that once free,
children are given help to
overcome their trauma.
>> A child who knows only war is
a child lost forever.
But we should have the means to
defeat this and do better.
It estimated that last year
alone, a quarter of a million
children were recruited to
>> There are growing warnings
about the effects of any many
military action against Iran.
More on that programme later in
But first over to London.
A science lab in brilts ar r an
in sounds more like star trek.
The size of five football
Biggest research goes life in an
Other medical correspondent
fergus Walsh has the report.
>> This is an electron gun.
They reach dizzying speed.
To help understand the building
from the air, it is sha ped like
a giant doughnut.
Because foons the pessimistic
ever used, they spin round and
round until they preyou go trois
vie the and here ra.
Guided by clog nets.
The y were loefrl flefrmd.
He is the very first scientist
to use light from i my troe
The x-ray beams fired on to them
will reveal their details that
could lead to practical
We hope 20 learn hoy they are
used and made so we can min tush
The diamond sink tron cost
$300 million pound.
>> Professor Dave used this
machine to find out about foot
and mouth disease.
It could be timely research:.
>> Until now we had to travel
until France to give them the report. Now we can come here and work effectively
and just produce better science business quickly . Ooilts like a giant torch
producing light so light, it can
and began at dark.
The power station has been out
vr use since the Taliban forced
people out of the area in,000.
Three men and three women have
been found shot dead in a
Chinese vaunt near Hamburg.
All the six were tide up.
They were of Asian origin.
>> Stay be bbc world news.
Still to come, a special report
proposals are the first of many
And Apple has settled a long
running trade dispute with the baements over the use of April
beatles over use of apple.
Win expert described the
settlement as well over due.
>> Tacky, low based, malicious,
nasty, now it's over and apple
can move forward to change the
world as I think they know they
can in terms of consumer,
electronics and entertainment.
And I think that apple corps
should rest enjoy the fact that
it is something amazing quite a
few years ago and rest into the
On the mafshths, one of the big
movers this Monday was hughlet Packard
z there are growing calls for
the united states to hold direct
talks with Iran with warnings that's any military action would have disastrous
consequences. Iran shows no sign of curbing its nuclear enrichment
Programme: Diplomats said it so
the up more than three hundred fusions.
A coalition of charities and
groups is urging a film standoff
to the standoff.
This report says military
action against Iran would not
have only disz as truss
consequences for military buts
for the refugee ron, too.
It will be just about impossible
to bri over lesh and we ask the
would diplomacy be able to break
that standoff and if so how?
Diplomacy is going to be the
I think European peen officials
ever sthems cognizant of the
factthe British thoems are cognizant.
>> How is it working?
>> A die long between the two
Eventually we have to reach an
accord whereby Iran and united
states provide a face staving
measure for both.
Otherwise the military option is
really catastrophic and difficult to see
Hugh prolonged should.
The report calls on Tony Blair
to assert his influence.
Who could talk to president bush
and recommend direct talks?
Whether the Iraqi war was
Significant individuals like
Henry Kissinger urges interest
dialogue in the eyes and ears of
Thank you very much for joining
>> A new watershed in the Iraqi
A truck bomb at Baghdad market
killed 130 people and wounded
Here is one man's story in
Baghdad trying toe keep his true
When he came in to speak to us,
he described how almost everyone
those who are supposed to
>> Protect our area produce from
police, military army militias
now comes the new security
joined in Baghdad trying to
build trust in the Iraqi
>> Do you think it will work?
>> I don't think so.
>> If that doesn't work, what
could bring piece to an area like yours?
>> I believe it should be free
begin from occupation forces and
we need a real government.
>> Baghdad is increasingly dividing on sectarian lines.
>> In these circumstances, this
is a place where young
family like yours can live?
>> This is my home and my city
but in this situation, this
situation, I don't like to stay
>> One Iraqi's story it may be
but his thoughts ever probably
the thoughts of many as the
bombers and death squads
continue their work.
Stress of daily life in Baghdad.
Stay with us.
Still to come, the super recycling
centre in Berlin that is hungry
for your rubbish.
>> Russia and Japan have banned
the import of poultry from
Britain: Officials are trying 20
figure out what caused the
160,000 birds have been killed.
>> These workers with causing an
enormous operation of
So many sheds that need clearing
of their birds.
And as you move around up here,
you see lots and lots of poultry
So important in this area, so
many lives have been affected by
Like this man working this after
2r507b foe clear his farm.
He said the operation will take
time, and he has had no official
information or he
there are so many birds kept
outside here much.
This place is run with wild
800 million birth are reared
each year, a 3.4 million
The staishgs are high
the stakes are high.
The quick action to house birds
and cull birds on affected land
has helped to eradicate the
sproed of this are the
spread of this disease.
>> Hard to conserve the memory
of Auschwitz, former Nazi death
camps where more than a million
Jews why killed in the
Some worry the restoration will
destroy the Auschwitz will destroy the essence
of Auschwitz' story.
>> One of the most horrific
places on earth.
Over the years, 25 million
people from all over the world
have come to visit the camp museum.
An d now the effects of the crowd
and angry are too easy to see.
In a laboratory they're
carefully preserving documents. It is a sensitive job.
Some holocaust survivors feeled who
earnization could destroy the
somberness of Auschwitz.
This job tends to be difficult.
It makes you think about life.
>> At the end of the railway
lines are the ruins of the gas
It was here that the nazI s built
the infrastructure to carry out
-- it was here that the Nazi ed
built the structure to carry out
The management has no plans to
radically alter Auschwitz.
They only want to preserve it
for future generations.
With plastics in one bin, paper
in another, the glass goes in
here but what about the figurer
stuff, things you might think
are destined to litter the
Even an old table and chair and
battered printer and broken TV
set can be given a new lease of
This is rubbish central.
You name it, you can trash it:
Instead being buried in a
landfill, it is processed into
something useful for the
There must be recycled into
>> We set up recycling point in
Berlin to mass pike it very
Waste in landfills.
It reit is stripped bare like
lead and mercury.
The good bits are saved: Proving
what the Germans already know
that rubbish realings really is too good to waste. Left-hand lane 30 people have
died and 30 are though are homeless after days of torrential rain in indonesia.
People are trapped on the
top floors of their houses and
thousands have sought treatment
Ask this is bbc world news.
I'm Kathy Kay in Washington.
>> I'm mike Embley. Thanks for being with us.
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