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the believe that? now. it is unreal. the chapel that has read the help she failed a drug test at earlier this year. i made a huge mistake and i let my pants down. i let sport down. i have been playing since the age of four, andi i have been playing since the age of four, and i so deeply. out corresponded joins us now. a very maria sharapova way you're watching beyond 100 days... nice cancels a firework display. to announce her retirement too. brazil worries about lack of masks. it was en vogue and vanity fair. america warns against travelling to italy. crafted fac put together for this hard to see how the coronavirus isn't a pandemic, so what exactly publication. keeping with the way should you do to protect yourself? that she has conducted her media over the last years of her kidney. we take a look at hand washing, there is no big affair well, that's masks and flying to see just match and chappell‘s legs. she what works and what doesn't. is now on the competitive where some democratic presidential candidates players would love into to say round on front runner bernie sanders farewell to work with kids inc. in the latest tv debate, saying his nomination could cost the party the white house. cities to say goodbye for the final time. she doesn't feel she can be a
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also on the programme... pa rt time. she doesn't feel she can be a part of that. it is not a great india has three nights of deadly violence with clashes over surprise at 373 in the world, ten a controversial citizenship law te na nts which, critics say, surprise at 373 in the world, ten tenants in the past 18 months, and is "anti—muslim". her shoulder and particularly not seen competitive any more. plus, how onejournalist‘s not seen competitive any more. live weather report took many in the game have been paying tribute to her today's. here's the thoughts of the men's world number one novak djokovic. truly inspirational to see a champion mind that she has. i am sorry and when an injury, obviously. at the same time, she had a fantastic career she can be proud of herself. at the same time, she had a fantastic career she can be career she can be proud of herself. russell is still here. russell. just how good was she? she won her grandstands at leon titles on the night when. a champion at 17. left russian with her dad,
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but would her mum at the age of six. world number one as well. sickly and at other years she achieved and huge amounts and she was a celebrity as well. we said earlier there was that drugs and that she had. the back cast a shadow over the feeling that has tarnished achievements, she was taking since 2005. she tested positive in early 2016 and up until the 31st of january legal to take mardell yet. she was harshly treated because it was an administrative error. she was stand for it to gears and a panel that looked and felt they use advanced imap stays with you is to enhance performance. the band was later to 15 months on appeal and they said that they did not think that she was intentional doper. for shoulder problems have been part of the story. she was not
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the same player after she returned. at the mexican open, nick kyrgios has accused the crowd of ‘being disrespectful‘ after he was booed off court, following an early retirement. the defending champion had only played 32 minutes, and was a set down against frenchman ugo humbert, when he ended the match because of a wrist injury. it was kyrigos' first appearance since last month's australian open. britain's dan evans is through to the quarter—finals of the dubai championships. he saved three match points against frenchman pierre—hugues herbert, before winning in three sets. he'll face the sixth seed andrey rublev next. we've done the irish capital, the spanish capital, next to the australian one where england thumped thailand in their second game at the women's t20 world cup. it was captain heather knight who led from the front for, her century setting up a 98 run victory and taking her side top of their group. jo currie was in canberra for us.
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outside camera which is hosting to gaina outside camera which is hosting to gain a piece and australian military history. paying tribute to the country to rest. for england's top position in thailand this is not as an opportunity to test them metal i dance the site and the world, a chance to make their nation proud. and they did. topping england's opener as one duck, followed. in the australian heat, england needed a couple of cool heads. they read no doubt. they found the batteries they made 50s in the second row. he thought brought the first entry and the tenant to become the first cricketer to make 100 every form of the game. to be processed and her tea m the game. to be processed and her team to a total of 176. a big response to carly. they got in for a time that would have a power at the batters, andres became the mayor.
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england could not both an all out 98 victory to get there back on track. iam victory to get there back on track. i am really enjoying. in facing my balls. very pleased, and faith it is coming to keep time for us. we had a long way to belly this competition. england to his pakistan on friday. jo currie, bbc news, canberra. england top their group after pakistan surprised 2016 champions west indies by eight wickets in canberra. chasing 125 to win, they reached their target in the penultimate over, helped by their captain bismah maroof making an unbeaten 38. its only the second time pakistan have beaten the windies in this format, and they've never made it out of the group stages. that match against england at around 8am uk time on friday. if england's cricketers are outside bets for the tournament, britain's cyclists carry serious expectation on their saddles in olympic year. we'll get a good indication of their prospects ahead of tokyo
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at the track cycling world championships in berlin this week with the first medals being dished out tonight. jill douglas and chris boardman are there for us... if the opening day here in berlin. chris bought bill alongside me. the highlights will be to be scratchy. last year through elinor partner. the right estimate laura kinney who is writing a limited programme because she broke her shoulder and canada in january. how because she broke her shoulder and canada injanuary. how will that affect our coming into this case not we'll find out, but you must be in decent shape but she wouldn't be here. if it was serious she would catch ride. competition she was chasing a few months' time. she is the one to watch. three time gold medallist that she has went to lunch despite not having a cult since 2016, like any extent she excelled
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hungry she gets into and since it is such an event. she will it is important to have a good performance asa important to have a good performance as a world title is that acts state that you have to gets elected first. the strength and depth and in particular is such that you have to fight all the way to your place. as a candidate. we look forward to that you can see it from seven o'clock at bbc floor. available the spy bbc floor. state website as well. available the spy state website as well. that's all from sportsday. rangers score. jane will have more on that and manchester city's champions league game in our late sportsday at 10:30. dojoin us then. goodbye.
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by by the warnings affecting large parts of england. i am page and structure a re parts of england. i am page and structure are being activated after slight differences were preached by rising waters on the river. there is major flooding rising waters on the river. there is majorflooding in shrewsbury rising waters on the river. there is major flooding in shrewsbury and river levels are continuing to rise with more rain forecast. severe weather warnings are in place which means it could be a threat to life. also today homes being activated in schools being closed and a village in east yorkshire, where the environment a density has just over an hourago environment a density has just over an hour ago declared a major flooding incident. let's go now to oui’ flooding incident. let's go now to our environment correspondent who is abe our environment correspondent who is a be there in spirit which is near gould. tell us the situation there. about 100 yards of heads, about 1000 acres of flood plain and it is been trying to get to this village all
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day. pressurising the drains, coming to culverts, it is succeeding. it is rising at a rapid rate barbara street about 25 properties flighted to. other parts here and slated as well. ten properties yesterday. the floodwaters arriving at about 30 metres every hour. it is a rate of rise that is taken not only the residents my surprise the experts here as well. there are people here advise to a document. a huge observation in this small yorkshire for a ledge involving sandbagging and emergency services, and police, best centres have been set up. a huge observation in this small yorkshire ledge involving sandbagging and emergency services, and police, best centres have been set up. situation as well. there is a tag on the way latex at night which could exacerbate everything. to top it off, the environment agency has believe there is potential for over a hundred more properties to be cited in the next 12 hours here. that is the wary because they are so many uncertainties this evening. the ever
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here is the culprit here. the glorious part of north yorkshire thatis glorious part of north yorkshire that is where the air starts. as a springy stream about 70 miles away from here. it is draining a huge noise clutch north yorkshire. they are trying to get to the sea. and to the estuary that is being presented at my very hard to type at the moment. this is that all, i water cannot build forward or backward so it is spreading like a bit late, thatis it is spreading like a bit late, that is the issue here. there are a lot of properties along the line at the slide blank that are particularly vulnerable. so much rain basically this is an area that has been spared relatively up until now? gas, through the record books the last major slide to wasn't happy dear 2000. i commented here. the last major slide to wasn't happy dear2000. i commented here. nowhere
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near as bad as it was here. something like 19117 was as bad. they we re something like 19117 was as bad. they were flood plains in a way that has mitigated the worst of things. i got a lot of the river. they have been overtopped as well. the signs are that if you get the other parts of the carriage, the railway crossing, there is a strong flow coming down from north yorkshire down the river. the signs are that they volume of what water is still there. that is and feel very emergency service is going the evening. thank you for the update. let's have a look at the weather forecast. he is update. let's have a look at the weatherforecast. he is susan powell. good evening we had had a couple chilly things, but most of oui’ couple chilly things, but most of our snowfall has been confined to the ground. for the evening, overnight, head on into thursday morning snow at lower levels and
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more widespread as well across wales, into and eastern england as this low—pressure practice through to the south uk. it looks like they cut off line for the snow could be infor cut off line for the snow could be in for work northwards, and into the south that will be of rain overnight. milder and here. south that will be of rain overnight. milderand here. snow to the north as well. this could be a risk anywhere away from seven counties. it's now probably likely to be the greatest cause of disruption thursday morning rush—hour across wales and central and eastern parts of england. a mixture of rain, sleet and snow into east anglia and bay southeast thursday morning. he said that's coming out, behind a sweater assistant at the habs into the continent. lying snow is likely to be quite short—lived. it could be treacherous the first thing on thursday. further showers to be northwest later on i bet they will tend to think out. at six or 7 degrees the day. overnight thursday
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into friday high—pressure class guys cannot light wayne's frosty start friday. i court low—pressure approaches through friday daytime, creating went to france and snow as a first occupation, but predominantly rain that we are concerned with on friday and into saturday. these friends as they are looking at 36 hours to clear. it could give up to 100 mm of rain. the cold weather front following on for saturday across the uk and the low centre sits at the northwest. it will be when b0 have the weekend. switching back to colder air and a chance on sunday and another feature developing to the south bringing mark have a bank into parts of england and wales. a lot of the saturated ground and flooding here as well. the weekend looks pretty and settled. then he spells at some stages but it's pretty a salary and will fail on the cherry sound. in
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the short term concern is wintry 00:14:02,969 --> 2147483051:43:46,569 weather heading into thursday 2147483051:43:46,569 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 morning.
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