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BBC news with Jim Lee.

Australia's new Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has delivered a formal apology to the country's aboriginal people for injustices committed over two centuries of white settlement. In particular, he apologized for what are known as 'the stolen generations'- tens of thousands of children,who over decades were forcibly taken away from their families. Nick Bryant reports.

For over a decade, the former Australian Prime Minister John Howard refused to apologize to members of the stolen generations. His successor Kevin Rudd decided to open the new parliament with that long awaited five-letter word 'sorry'. The stolen generations were victims of a policy lasting until the end of the 1960s which removed many thousands of young aboriginals from their parents. The statement apologized for the laws and policies of successive governments that had inflicted such profound grief, suffering and loss.

As voting closes in the latest round of primaries for the United States presidency, exit polls suggest that Barack Obama has won the Democratic race in the state of Virginia against his main rival Hillary Clinton. The two are neck and neck in the Democratic contest. The other two primaries being decided are in the federal capital Washington D.C. and Maryland. Mr. Obama is tipped to win all three. James Coomarasamy in Washington reports.

After battling her younger Democratic rival to a draw on Super Tuesday a week ago, the former First Lady has lost very single primary, a trend which the polls suggest looks set to continue in these latest contests. So while Senator Clinton has been campaigning in and around the US capital, she has been looking beyond these Potomac primaries to next month's contests in Texas and Ohio, big states which she believes she has a better chance of winning.

The Bolivian President Evo Morales has declared a national disaster in parts of the country affected by weeks of flooding. Tens of thousands of people have fled their homes. Daniel Schweimler reports.

Rivers have burst their banks, whole community has been evacuated and the damage to crops and livestock runs into millions of dollars. The country is already receiving substantial aid from neighboring countries and from Europe, but many Bolivians are complaining that food is not reaching them. Bolivia had barely recovered from last year's floods when the rains began again, only this time stronger and more relentless. The United Nations has said the flooding is likely to get worse with more heavy rain forecast in the coming weeks.

Venezuela’s state oil company says it is suspending commercial relations with the US-based oil giant Exxon Mobil. The move comes in retaliation for the freezing of billions of dollars of Venezuelan assets in the continuing legal fight between Exxon and the Venezuelan government. Exxon has been taking court action against Venezuela because it says that compensation it's been offered for the nationalization of its oil installations has been insufficient.

World news from the BBC.

The Bush Administration has announced a new measure aimed at helping homeowners struggling with repayments. The program, which is also intended to calm the turmoil in the US housing market, will allow homeowners who are behind on their mortgage payments a 30-day reprieve to negotiate a more suitable repayment plan.

President Putin has reiterated his opposition to neighboring Ukraine becoming a member of NATO. Mr. Putin added that any move by Ukraine to deploy elements of the planned American missile defense system on its territory would inevitably raise the question of Russian retaliatory action. Mr. Yushchenko responded by saying that Ukraine has the right to form its own foreign and defense policies and noted that the Ukrainian constitution does not allow for the deployment of foreign bases on its territory.

'The Ukrainian constitution does not provide for the creation of bases of other states and alliances on Ukrainian territory. Other less sensitive issues can be understood and discussed with partners. There is an understanding that what Ukraine is doing is in no way against any other country, let alone Russia.'

A news just in. Barack Obama is predicted to win Washington D.C. for the Democrats.

The United Nations has warned that sexual violence is spreading in African conflict zones like an epidemic. The UN's children fund UNICEF says rape is no longer exclusively perpetrated by combatants, but also by civilians in the area of fighting. UNICEF said there appeared to be a license to rape when armed conflict caused social order to collapse.

Arab governments have adopted a charter aimed at regulating output of satellite television channels. The charter authorizes governments to suspend or withdraw the licenses of broadcasters if they criticize the leaders or national or religious symbols of Arab countries. The Gulf State of Qatar where the Al-Jazeera network is based refused to endorse the document.

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Australia's new prime minister Kevin Rudd has delivered a formal apology to the country’s Aboriginal people for injustices committed over two centuries of wide settlement. In particular,he apologized what it’s known as the stolen generations. Tens of thousands of children who over decades were forciblylly taken away from their families. Nick Bryant reports. For over a decade, the former Austalian prime minister John Howard refused to apologize to the members of the stolen generations. His successor Kevin Rudd decided to open a new parliament with that long-awaited five-letter word “ Sorry”. The stolen generations were the victims of a policy lasting until the end of 1960s which removed many thousands of young Aboriginal from their parents. The statement apologizes for the laws and policies of successive governmens that have inflicted such profound great suffering and loss .

As voting closes in the lastest round of primaries for the United States’ presidency. Exit-poll suggests that Barack Obama has won the democratic race in the state of Virginia against his main rival Hillary Clinton.The two are neck in neck in the democratic contest. The other two primaries being decided are in the Federal capital Washington DC and Maryland. Mr Obama is tipped to win all three.

James Coomarasamy
in Washington reports. “After battling her younger democratic rival to a draw on super Tuesday a week ago, the former first lady has lost every single primary. The trend which the polls suggest looks as it contiue in these latest contests. So while Senator Clinton is being campaigning in and around the US capital, She has been looking beyond thess potomac primaries to next month’s contest in Texas and Ohio big states which she believes she has a better chance of winning.

The Bolivian president Evo Morales has declared a national disaster in parts of the country affected by weeks of flooding. Tens of thousands of people have fled their homes. Daniel Schweimler reports. “ Rivers have burst their banks. whole community is being evacuated and the damage to crops and livestock runs into millions of dollars. The country has already received substantial aid from neighbouring counteies and from Europe but many Bolivians are complaining that food is not reaching them. Bolivia has barely recovered from last year’s floods when the rains began again and in this time stronger and more relentless. The United Natins has said that the flooding is likely to get worse with more heavy rain forecast in the coming weeks.


Venezuelan state oil company says it is suspending commercial relations with US based oil giant Exxon Mobil. The move comes in retaliation for the freezing of billions of dolars of Venezuelan assets in the continuing legal fight between Exoon and Venezuelan governement. Exxon has been taken court action against Venezuela because it says that compensation it has been offered for the nationalization of its oil instillations has been insufficient. World news from the BBC

The Bush Administration has announced a new measure aimed at helping homeownes struggling with repayments. The programme which is also intended to count turmoil in the US housing market would allow homeowners who are behind on their mortgage payments a 38 reprieve to negotiate a more suitable repayment plan.

President Putin has reiterated his opposition to neighbouring Ukraine becoming a member of NATO . Mr Putin argued that any move by Ukraine to deploy elemnts of the plan of American missile defense system on its territory would inevitably raise the question of Russian retaliatory action. Mr Yushchenko responded by saying that Ukraine has the right to form its own foreign and defense policies and noted that the Ukrainian constitution does not allow for the deployment of foreign bases on its territory. “ The Ukrainian constitution does not provide for the creation of bases of other states and allows it on Ukrainian territory. Other less sensitive issues can be understood and discussed with partners . There is an understanding that what Ukraine is doing is in no way against any other country let alone Russia. a news is to in Barack Obama is predicted to win Washiongton DC fourth democrats.

United Nations has warned that sexual violence is spreding in African conflicts and it’s like a epidemic. The UN’s Children Fund UNICEF says that rape is no longer exclusively perpetrated by combatants by also by civilians in the area of fighting. UNICEf said there appeared to be a licence to rape when armed conflict caused social order to collapse.

Arab governments have adopted a charter aimed at regulating the output of satellite telivision channels. The charter authorizes its governments to suspend or withdraw the licenses as the broadcasters if they criticized the leaders or national or religious symbols of Arab countries. The gulf state of Quota where the ** Zero Network is boast refused to endorse the document.

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BBC news with Jim Lee.

Australia's new Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has delivered a formal apology to the country's aboriginal people for injustices committed over two centuries of white settlement, in particular, he apologizes for what is known as "the stolen generations"- tens of thousands of children,who over decades were forcibly taken away from their families. Nick Bryant reports.

For over a decade, the former Australian Prime Minister John Howard refused to apologize to members of the stolen generations. His successor Kevin Rudd decided to open the new parliament with that long-awaited five-letter word "sorry". The stolen generations were victims of a policy lasting until the end of the 1960s which removed many thousands of young aboriginals from their parents. The statement apologized for the laws and policies of successive governments that had inflicted such profound grief, suffering and loss.

As voting closes in the latest round of primaries for the United States presidency, exit polls suggest that Barack Obama has won the Democratic race in the state of Virginia against his main rival Hillary Clinton. The two are neck and neck in the Democratic contest. The other two primaries being decided are in the federal capital Washington D.C. and Maryland. Mr. Obama is tipped to win all three. James Coomarasamy in Washington reports.

After battling her younger Democratic rival to a draw on Super Tuesday a week ago, the former first lady has lost very single primary. The trend which the polls suggest looks set to continue in these latest contests. So while Mrs. Clinton has been campaigning in and around the US capital, she has been looking beyond these Potomac primaries to next month's contests in Texas and Ohio, big states which she believes she has a better chance of winning.

The Bolivian President Evo Morales has declared a national disaster in parts of the country affected by weeks of flooding. Tens of thousands of people have fled their homes. Daniel Schweimler reports.

Rivers have burst their banks, whole community has been evacuated and the damage to crops and livestock runs into millions of dollars. The country is already receiving substantial aid from neighboring countries and from Europe. But many Bolivians are complaining that food is not reaching them. Bolivia had barely recovered from last year's floods when the rains began again, only this time stronger and more relentless. United Nations has said the flooding is likely to get worse with more heavy rain forecast in the coming weeks.

Venezuelan state oil company says it is suspending commercial relations with the US-based oil giant Exxon Mobil. The move comes in retaliation for the freezing of billions of dollars of Venezuelan assets in the continuing legal fight between Exxon and the Venezuelan government. Exxon has been taking court action against Venezuela because it says that compensation that's being offered for the nationalization of its oil installations has been insufficient.

World news from the BBC.

The Bush administration has announced a new measure aimed at helping homeowners struggling with repayments. The program, which is also intended to calm the turmoil in the US housing market, will allow homeowners who are behind on their mortgage payments a 30-day reprieve to negotiate a more suitable repayment plan.

President Putin has reiterated his opposition to neighboring Ukraine becoming a member of NATO. Mr. Putin added that any move by Ukraine to deploy elements of the planned American missile defense system on its territory would inevitably raise the question of Russian retaliatory action. Mr. Yushchenko responded by saying that Ukraine has the right to form its own foreign and defense policies and noted that the Ukrainian constitution does not allow for the deployment of foreign bases on its territory.

"The Ukrainian constitution does not provide for the creation of bases of other states and allows it on Ukrainian territory. Other less sensitive issues can be understood and discussed with partners. There is an understanding that what Ukraine is doing is no way against any other country, less alone Russia."

The news just in. Barack Obama is predicted to win Washington D.C. for the Democrats.

United Nations has warned that sexual violence is spreading in African conflict zones like an epidemic. The UN's children fund UNICEF says rape is on longer exclusively perpetrated by combatants, but also by civilians in the area of fighting. UNICEF said there appeared to be a license to rape when armed conflict caused social order to collapse.

Arab governments have adopted a charter in regulating the output of satellite television channels. The charter authorizes its government to suspend or withdraw the licenses of broadcasters if they criticize the leaders or national or religious symbols of Arab countries. The coast state of Qatar where the Al-Jazeera network is based refused to endorse the document.

BBC news.
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BBC News with Janely

Australia's new Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has delivered a formal apology to the country’s Aboriginal people for injustices committed over two centuries of wide settlement. In particular,he apologized what it’s known as the stolen generations. Tens of thousands of children who over decades were forciblylly taken away from their families. Nick Bryant reports. For over a decade, the former Austalian prime minister John Howard refused to apologize to the members of the stolen generations. His successor Kevin Rudd decided to open a new parliament with that long-awaited five-letter word “ Sorry”. The stolen generations were the victims of a policy lasting until the end of 1960s which removed many thousands of young Aboriginal from their parents. The statement apologizes for the laws and policies of successive governmens that have inflicted such profound great suffering and loss .

As voting closes in the lastest round of primaries for the United States’ presidency. Exit-poll suggests that Barack Obama has won the democratic race in the state of Virginia against his main rival Hillary Clinton.The two are neck in neck in the democratic contest. The other two primaries being decided are in the Federal capital Washington DC and Maryland. Mr Obama is tipped to win all three.

James Coomarasamy in Washington reports. “After battling her younger democratic rival to a draw on super Tuesday a week ago, the former first lady has lost every single primary. The trend which the polls suggest looks as it contiue in these latest contests. So while Senator Clinton is being campaigning in and around the US capital, She has been looking beyond thess potomac primaries to next month’s contest in Texas and Ohio big states which she believes she has a better chance of winning.

The Bolivian president Evo Morales has declared a national disaster in parts of the country affected by weeks of flooding. Tens of thousands of people have fled their homes. Daniel Schweimler reports. “ Rivers have burst their banks. whole community is being evacuated and the damage to crops and livestock runs into millions of dollars. The country has already received substantial aid from neighbouring counteies and from Europe but many Bolivians are complaining that food is not reaching them. Bolivia has barely recovered from last year’s floods when the rains began again and in this time stronger and more relentless. The United Natins has said that the flooding is likely to get worse with more heavy rain forecast in the coming weeks.


Venezuelan state oil company says it is suspending commercial relations with US based oil giant Exxon Mobil. The move comes in retaliation for the freezing of billions of dolars of Venezuelan assets in the continuing legal fight between Exoon and Venezuelan governement. Exxon has been taken court action against Venezuela because it says that compensation it has been offered for the nationalization of its oil instillations has been insufficient. World news from the BBC

The Bush Administration has announced a new measure aimed at helping homeownes struggling with repayments. The programme which is also intended to count turmoil in the US housing market would allow homeowners who are behind on their mortgage payments a 38 reprieve to negotiate a more suitable repayment plan.

President Putin has reiterated his opposition to neighbouring Ukraine becoming a member of NATO . Mr Putin argued that any move by Ukraine to deploy elemnts of the plan of American missile defense system on its territory would inevitably raise the question of Russian retaliatory action. Mr Yushchenko responded by saying that Ukraine has the right to form its own foreign and defense policies and noted that the Ukrainian constitution does not allow for the deployment of foreign bases on its territory. “ The Ukrainian constitution does not provide for the creation of bases of other states and allows it on Ukrainian territory. Other less sensitive issues can be understood and discussed with partners . There is an understanding that what Ukraine is doing is in no way against any other country let alone Russia. a news is to in Barack Obama is predicted to win Washiongton DC fourth democrats.

United Nations has warned that sexual violence is spreading in African conflicts and it’s like a epidemic. The UN’s Children Fund UNICEF says that rape is no longer exclusively perpetrated by combatants by also by civilians in the area of fighting. UNICEf said there appeared to be a licence to rape when armed conflict caused social order to collapse.

Arab governments have adopted a charter aimed at regulating the output of satellite telivision channels. The charter authorizes its governments to suspend or withdraw the licenses as the broadcasters if they criticized the leaders or national or religious symbols of Arab countries. The gulf state of Quota where the ** Zero Network is boast refused to endorse the document.

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Australia's new Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has delivered a formal apology to the country’s Aboriginal people for injustices committed over two centuries of wide settlement. In particular, he apologized what is known as the stolen generations. Tens of thousands of children who over decades were forcibly taken away from their families. Nick Bryant reports.

For over a decade, the former Austalian Prime Minister John Howard refused to apologize to the members of the stolen generations. His successor Kevin Rudd decided to open the new parliament with that long-awaited five-letter word “ Sorry”. The stolen generations were the victims of a policy lasting until the end of 1960s which removed many thousands of young Aboriginals from their parents. The statement apologizes for the laws and policies of successive governments that have inflicted such profound great suffering and loss .

As voting closes in the latest round of primaries for the United States’ presidency, exit polls suggest that Barack Obama has won the democratic race in the state of Virginia against his main rival Hillary Clinton.The two are neck in neck in the democratic contest. The other two primaries being decided are in the Federal capital Washington DC and Maryland. Mr Obama is tipped to win all three.

James Coomarasamy in Washington reports. “After battling her younger democratic rival to a draw on Super Tuesday a week ago, the former first lady has lost every single primary. The trend which the polls suggest looks set to continue in these latest contests. So while Senator Clinton is being campaigning in and around the US capital, she has been looking beyond these Potomac primaries to next month’s contest in Texas and Ohio, big states which she believes she has a better chance of winning.

The Bolivian president Evo Morales has declared a national disaster in parts of the country affected by weeks of flooding. Tens of thousands of people have fled their homes. Daniel Schweimler reports.

Rivers have burst their banks. Whole community is being evacuated and the damage to crops and livestock runs into millions of dollars. The country is already receiving substantial aid from neighbouring countries and from Europe but many Bolivians are complaining that food is not reaching them. Bolivia has barely recovered from last year’s floods when the rains began again and in this time stronger and more relentless. The United Nations has said that the flooding is likely to get worse with more heavy rain forecast in the coming weeks.


Venezuela’s state oil company says it is suspending commercial relations with US based oil giant ExxonMobil. The move comes in retaliation for the freezing of billions of dollars of Venezuelan assets in the continuing legal fight between Exxon and Venezuelan government. Exxon has been taking court action against Venezuela because it says that compensation it has been offered for the nationalization of its oil instillations has been insufficient.

World news from the BBC

The Bush Administration has announced a new measure aimed at helping homeowners struggling with repayments. The programme which is also intended to calm turmoil in the US housing market would allow homeowners who are behind on their mortgage payments a 38 reprieve to negotiate a more suitable repayment plan.

President Putin has reiterated his opposition to neighbouring Ukraine becoming a member of NATO . Mr Putin argued that any move by Ukraine to deploy elements of the plan of American missile defense system on its territory would inevitably raise the question of Russian retaliatory action. Mr Yushchenko responded by saying that Ukraine has the right to form its own foreign and defense policies and noted that the Ukrainian constitution does not allow for the deployment of foreign bases on its territory.

The Ukrainian constitution does not provide for the creation of bases of other states and allows it on Ukrainian territory. Other less sensitive issues can be understood and discussed with partners . There is an understanding that what Ukraine is doing is in no way against any other country let alone Russia.

The news just in. Barack Obama is predicted to win Washington D.C. for Democrats.

United Nations has warned that sexual violence is spreading in African conflicts and it’s like an epidemic. The UN’s Children Fund UNICEF says that rape is no longer exclusively perpetrated by combatants but also by civilians in the area of fighting. UNICEF said there appeared to be a license to rape when armed conflict caused social order to collapse.

Arab governments have adopted a charter aimed at regulating the output of satellite television channels. The charter authorizes its governments to suspend or withdraw the licenses as the broadcasters if they criticized the leaders or national or religious symbols of Arab countries. The gulf state of Qatar where the Al Jazeera Network is based refused to endorse the document.

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Australia's new Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has delivered a formal apology to the country’s Aboriginal people for injustices committed over two centuries of white settlement. In particular,he apologized for what are known as the stolen generations. Tens of thousands of children who over decades were forciblylly taken away from their families. Nick Bryant reports. For over a decade, the former Austalian prime minister John Howard refused to apologize to the members of the stolen generations. His successor Kevin Rudd decided to open a new parliament with that long-awaited five-letter word “ Sorry”. The stolen generations were the victims of a policy lasting until the end of 1960s which removed many thousands of young Aboriginal from their parents. The statement apologized for the laws and policies of successive governmens that have inflicted such profound grieve suffering and loss .

As voting closes in the lastest round of primaries for the United States’ presidency. Exit-poll suggests that Barack Obama has won the democratic race in the state of Virginia against his main rival Hillary Clinton.The two are neck in neck in the democratic contest. The other two primaries being decided are in the Federal capital Washington DC and Maryland. Mr Obama is tipped to win all three.

James Coomarasamy in Washington reports. “After battling her younger democratic rival to a draw on super Tuesday a week ago, the former first lady has lost every single primary,a trend which the polls suggest looks set to contiue in these latest contests. So while Senator Clinton is being campaigning in and around the US capital, She has been looking beyond thess potomac primaries to next month’s contest in Texas and Ohio big states which she believes she has a better chance of winning.

The Bolivian president Evo Morales has declared a national disaster in parts of the country affected by weeks of flooding. Tens of thousands of people have fled their homes. Daniel Schweimler reports. “ Rivers have burst their banks. whole community has been evacuated and the damage to crops and livestock runs into millions of dollars. The country has already received substantial aid from neighbouring counteies and from Europe but many Bolivians are complaining that food is not reaching them. Bolivia has barely recovered from last year’s floods when the rains began again ,only this time stronger and more relentless. The United Natins has said that the flooding is likely to get worse with more heavy rain forecast in the coming weeks.


Venezuela's state oil company says it is suspending commercial relations with the US based oil giant Exxon Mobil. The move comes in retaliation for the freezing of billions of dolars of Venezuelan assets in the continuing legal fight between Exoon and Venezuelan governement. Exxon has been taken court action against Venezuela because it says that compensation it has been offered for the nationalization of its oil installations has been insufficient. World news from the BBC

The Bush Administration has announced a new measure aimed at helping homeownes struggling with repayments. The programme which is also intended to calm turmoil in the US housing market will allow homeowners who are behind on their mortgage payments a 30-day reprieve to negotiate a more suitable repayment plan.

President Putin has reiterated his opposition to neighbouring Ukraine becoming a member of NATO . Mr Putin argued that any move by Ukraine to deploy elemnts of the plan of American missile defense system on its territory would inevitably raise the question of Russian retaliatory action. Mr Yushchenko responded by saying that Ukraine has the right to form its own foreign and defense policies and noted that the Ukrainian constitution does not allow for the deployment of foreign bases on its territory. “ The Ukrainian constitution does not provide for the creation of bases of other states and allows it on Ukrainian territory. Other less sensitive issues can be understood and discussed with partners . There is an understanding that what Ukraine is doing is in no way against any other country let alone Russia. The news just in Barack Obama is predicted to win Washiongton DC for the democrats.

United Nations has warned that sexual violence is spreading in African conflict zones like an epidemic. The UN’s Children Fund UNICEF says that rape is no longer exclusively perpetrated by combatants by also by civilians in the area of fighting. UNICEf said there appeared to be a licence to rape when armed conflict caused social order to collapse.

Arab governments have adopted a charter aimed at regulating the output of satellite telivision channels. The charter authorizes governments to suspend or withdraw the licenses of broadcasters if they criticize the leaders or national or religious symbols of Arab countries. The gulf state of Quota where the ** Zero Network is boast refused to endorse the document.
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Australia's new prime minister Kevin Rudd has delivered a formal apology to the country's aboriginal people for injustices committed over two centuries of wide settlement.In particular,he apologized what known as stolen generations.Tens of thousands children who over decades were forcibly taken away from their families.Nick B* reports.
"For over a decade,the former Australia prime minister John Howard refused to apologize to the members of stolen generations.His successor,Kevin Rudd,decided to open a new parliament with that long waited five letter word'sorry'.The stolen generations were victims of policy lasting untill the end of 1960s which removed many thousands of young aboriginals from their parents,The statement of apologize for the laws and policies of successive government that inflicted such profound grave suffering and loss."

As voting closes in the lastest round primaries for the Unites States presidency.Exit poll suggested Barack Obama has won the democratic race in the state of Virginia against his main rival Hillary Clinton.The two are neck and neck in the democratic contest.The other two primaries been decided are in the funderal capital Washinton D.C.and Maryland.Mr.Obama is tipped to win all three.Jean* in Washinton reports.
"After battling her younger democrate rival to a draw on Super Tuesday a week ago.The fomer first lady has lost every single primary,a trend which the poll suggested look as the sad continue in these latest contests.So while senator Clinton has been campaigning in and around US capital.She's been looking beyond these p/ primaries to next month contest in Texas and Ohio,big states which she believes she has a better chance of winning."

The Bolivian president Evo Morales has declared a national disaster in parts of the country affected by weeks of flooding.Tens of thousands of people have fled their homes.D* reports.
"Rivers have burst their banks,whole community is being evacuated and the damage to crops and livestock runs into millions of dollars.The country had already receiving substantial aid from the neigboring countries from Europe.But many Bolivians are complaining that food is not reaching them.Bolivians had barely recovered from last year's flood when the rains began against.And this time is stronger and more relentless.The United Nations has said the flooding is likely to get worse with more heavy rain forecast in the coming weeks."

Venezuela's state oil company says it is suspending commercial relations with US-based oil giant Exxon Mobile.The move comes as retaliation for the freezing of billions of dollars of Venezuela assets in the continuing legal fight between Exxon and Venezuela government.Exxon has been taken court action against Venezuela because it says compensation it has been offered for the nationalization of its oil installation has been insufficient.

World News from the BBC.

The Bush Administration has announced new measure aimed at helping home owners struggling with repayments.The programe which is also intended to calm turmoil in the US housing market will allow homeowners who are behind on their mortgage payments a 38 reprieve to negotiate a more suitable repayment plan.

President Putin has reiterated his opposition to neighboring Ukraine becoming a number of NATO.Mr.Putin added that any move by Ukraine to deploy elements of planned American missile defense system on its territory would inevitably raise the question of Russian retaliation action.Mr. Yushchenko responded by saying the Ukraine has the tight to form its own foreign and defense policies and noted that Ukraine constitution does not allow for the deployment of foreign bases on its territory.
"The Ukraine Constitution does not provide for the creation of bases of other states and allow it on Ukraine territory.Other less sensative issues can be understood and discussed with partners.And there's understanding that what Ukraine doing is no way against other countries,let alone Russia."

A news is just in.Barack Obama has predicted to win Washington.D.C for the Democrates.

United Nations has warned that sexual violence is spreading in African conflicts and seems like a epidemic.The UN's children's fund UNICEF says raping is no longer exclusively perpetrated by combatants but also civilians in the area of fighting.UNICEF said there appeared to be a license to rape when armed conflict caused social order to callapse.

Arab government has adopted a charter aimed at regulating the output of satellite televison channels.The charter authories its governments to suspend or withdrew the license to broadcaster if they criticized the leader or national or religious symbols of Arab countries.The gulf state of Quata,where / networks is based refused to endorse the document.

BBC News.
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