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That the Nitra of what we're dealing with is how you. And we take a look at various views of an influential senior military commander in Iran. He's an American perspective. We saw Qasim Sulejmani as a very capable charismatic skilled, professionally competent diabolically evil human being. But that's not how Iran or other regional players. See him all that and more coming up after the news. BBC news. Hello. This is Jerry. Smith security has been tightened at mosques, airports and other buildings across the Netherlands after a gunman opened fire undetermined, you tracked the authorities say it may have been a terror attack at a news conference, the head of the Dutch counter terrorism unit said shots have been fired at a number of locations and Hologhan reports from the Hague he said there are a number of reports of different locations where this attack happened including the twenty four of October play one of the main squares in new tricks one person we're hearing has been killed a number of people injured. There is also amongst these locations. There's a rate taking place that we've just heard from PT. Yup. From the security coordinator, two blocks away from the center of of you very close to where the the attack happened anti terrorist. Officers carrying out the raid on that address. Kevin leave aid workers. Who have reached the Mozambican city of virus say the cyclone that hit the area has caused huge damage. Malawians involve we were also hit by the cyclones, heavy rains and violent winds. One hundred and fifty people are estimated to have died in the three countries. Bums Alani has more details in its initial assessment. The international federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent says the scale of damage in the Mozambican city is massive and horrifying. It says the devastation is enormous. And that ninety percent of Beira looks to be damaged or destroyed buildings have collapsed. Telephone lines are down and businesses remained closed. Meanwhile, both the airport and the seaport are reporter to be damaged to more than thirty people have been killed in the Democratic Republic of Congo after a freight train left the rails and crash down a Bank about eighty more have been injured after several wagons fell into the low Emba river in the western province of. Kasei Karenni reports from Kinshasa the tragic accident occurred on Sunday when a cargo train carrying goods and stowaways derailed in a Laker Kasai province with center of the country. Civil war goons fell into ruin bay river. The cause of the derailment is not yet known. This is the third rail accidents since the beginning of the year in central DRC. We're such incidents are frequent and dead lead you to poor maintainence of all railroads and locomotives dating from the colonial area, the lack of infrastructure makes it difficult to travel through the central African nation. The size of western Europe. A French Roman Catholic archbishop convicted of failing to report child-sex-abuse by one of his priests has met pope Francis. The Vatican confirmed that the pope and cardinal Philippe Barbara held talks in private, but did not say whether he had resigned he denied being involved in a cover up and has launched an appeal. World news from the BBC. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Richard Hake. People of different faiths gathered in solidarity. Gotta queens mosques to honor the victims of the terrorist attack in New Zealand. Fifty people were killed during Friday prayers at two mosques in Christchurch last week at a rally yesterday outside the Jamaica Muslim center imam. Shamsi Ali said seeing people of different beliefs and backgrounds coming together to show love for others renews, his faith. There are many bad.