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BBC news with Fiona McDonald.

The leader of the main opposition party in Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari has appealed for calm after a suicide car bombing at a supporters’ rally killed 37 people. The blast happened on the last day of campaigning before Monday's general election. Chris Morris reports from Islamabad.

This election campaign is ended as it began with acts of violence casting a long shadow. A car was driven into a crowd waiting for food after an election meeting in the town of Parachinar, in a region where Islamist militancy has been on the rise. Eyewitnesses say the car blew up, scattering body parts across the street. Many of the dead and wounded were supporters of the Pakistan People's Party. The election is supposed to be an important landmark in the transition to civilian democracy, but security concerns remain high.

Thousands of ethnic Albanians have poured onto the streets of Prishtina, the capital of the Serbian province of Kosovo, to celebrate its imminent unilateral declaration of independence. In the Serbian capital Belgrade, about 1000 demonstrators protested at the loss of territory they considered their heartland. Kosovo's Prime Minister Hashim Thaci said the influence of Belgrade had ended. Independence was a done deal and Kosovo must look to the future. From Prishtina, Helen Fawkes reports.

The countdown to Kosovo's independence is on. Final preparations are being made for the celebrations. For some, the party has already started. On Sunday, hundreds of thousands of ethnic Albanians are expected on the streets of the capital. Many people here are flying the Albanian flag. Kosovo's new flag is yet to be unveiled. There is concern this may spark sporadic violence. 16000 NATO troops are based in Kosovo and security is tight.

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres has said it's time to start considering the possibility of organizing the voluntary return of some of the millions of Iraqis who have fled their homes because of the violence. Mr. Guterres has agreed with the Iraqi government for an assessment of conditions on the ground to take place to see if it is safe for refugees to return.

Returns can only take place voluntarily in safety and dignity and people must see their basic problems solved. There is a lot of work to be done. And we will be working there together with the Iraqi government in an assessment in order to look at the future opportunities of return that we hope will be able to take place in a way that will contribute to national reconciliation and to the reconstruction of the country.

A former Nazi SS member who was convicted in his absence of war crimes in Italy has started a prison sentence in southern Italy following his extradition from Canada. The man, Michael Seifert, was found guilty in 2000 of killings committed while he was a camp guard in northern Italy in the last year of the Second World War

World news from the BBC.

At the start of his tour of Africa, President Bush has urged an end to violence in Kenya. He said that Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice would underline that message in her forthcoming visit there. But speaking in Benin, the first stop on his tour, Mr. Bush said Africa's many conflicts were not the main focus of his visit. He wanted to highlight success stories.

There's a lot more work to be done. One of the reasons I've come on this trip is to say, look at the successes we've had. We, by the way, is not American successes; these are joint successes. And look at the work that needs to be done.

Tens of thousands of Armenians have held a rally in the capital Yerevan in support of one of the main opposition candidates in Tuesday's presidential election. Levon Ter-Petrosyan has accused the authorities of preparing to rig the vote. President Robert Kocharian is stepping down after serving the maximum two terms. Observers say power is likely to transfer to his chosen successor, the Prime Minister Serzh Sarkisian.

A major scientific conference in the United States has heard that robots with artificial intelligence could become as clever as humans within 20 years. The inventor and author Dr. Ray Kurzweil told the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science that progress in molecular computing would provide what he called the hardware for human level artificial intelligence by the 2020s. He said that already more than 20 regions of the human brain had been modeled and stimulated.

A Brazilian film about police violence has won the Golden Bear, the top prize at the Berlin Film Festival. The film, The Elite Squad directed by Jose Padilha portrays the operations of a paramilitary police unit in Rio de Janeiro. The American film maker Paul Thomas Anderson won best director for There Will Be Blood. The best actor award went to the Iranian Reza Naji for his performance in The Song of Sparrows as an ostrich farmer who moves to Tehran when he loses his job.
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

The leader of the main opposition Party in Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari has appealed for calm after a suicide car bombing at a supporters' rally, killed 37 people. The blast happened in the last day of campaigning before Monday's general election. Chris Morris reports from Islamabad.

This election campaign has ended as it begun with acts of violence casting a long shadow, a car was driven into a crowd, waiting for food after an election meeting in the town of Parachinar, in the region where Islamist militancy has been on the rise, eye-witnesses say the car blew up, scattering body parts across the street, many of the deaden wounded were supporters of the Pakistan People's Party. The election is supposed to be an important landmark in the transition to civilian democracy, but security concerns remain high.

Thousands of ethnic Albanians have poured onto the streets of Priština, the capital of the Serbian province of Kosovo, to celebrate its eminent unilateral declaration of independence. In the Serbian capital Belgrade, about a thousand demonstrators protested the loss of territory they considered their heartland. Kosovo's Prime Minister Hashim Thaci said the influence of Belgrade had ended, independence was a done deal and Kosovo must look to the future. From Priština, Helen Fawkes reports.

The countdown to Kosovo's independence is on. Final preparations are being made for the celebrations, but some the Party has already started. On Sunday, hundreds of thousands of ethnic Albanians are expected on the streets of the capital, many people here are flying the Albanians flag, Kosovo's new flag is yet to be unveiled. This concern has may spark sporadic violence, 16,000 NATO troops are based in Kosova, and security is tight.

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres has said it's time to start considering the possibility of organizing the voluntarily return of some of the millions of Iraqis are fled their homes because of the violence. Mr. Guterres has agreed with the Iraqi government for an assessment of conditions on the ground to take place to see if it's safe for refugees to return.

"Returns can only take place voluntarily in safety and legality, and people must see their basic problems, so, there is a lot of work to be done, and will be looking together with the Iraqi government in an assessment, uh, in order to look at future opportunities' return, that we helped will be able to take place in the way that will consequent to nationally conciliation and to the reconciliation of the country.

A formal Nazi SS member who was convicted in his absence of war crimes in Italy has started a prison sentence in southern Italy following his extradition from Canada, the man Michael Seifert was found guilty in 2000 of killing's committed while he was comes guard in northern Italy in the last year of the Second World War.

World News from the BBC.

Of the start of his tour of Africa, President Bush has urged an end to violence in Kenya, he said his Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice would underline that message in her forthcoming visit there. The speaking in Benin, the first stop on his tour, Mr. Bush said Africa's many conflicts were not the main focus of visit, he wants to highlight success stories.

"It's a lot more work to be done when the regions come on this trip let's say, look at the successes we've had, we've been, by the way, not American's successes, these are joint successes, and look at the work needs to done."

Tens of thousands of Armenians have held a rally in the capital Yerevan, and support one of the main opposition candidates in Tuesday's presidential election. Levon Ter-Petrosian has accused the authorities of preparing to regular vote. President Robert Kocharian is stepping down after serving the maximum 2 terms, observers say President are likely to transfer to his chosen successor, the Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan.

A major scientific conference in the United States has heard that robots with artificial intelligence could become as clever as human within 20 years. The inventor and author Dr. Ray Kurzweil told the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, that progress and molecular computing would provide what he called the hardware for human level artificial intelligence by the 2020s. He said it already more than 20 regions of the human brain had been modeled and stimulated.

A Brazilian film about police violence has won the Golden Bear, the top prize of the Berlin Film Festival. The film "The Elite Squad" directed by Jose Padilha, portrays the operations of a paramilitary police unit in Rio de Janeiro. The American filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson won best director for "There Will Be Blood", the Best Actor Award went to the Iranian Reza Naji for his performance in "the Song of Sparrows" as an ostrich farmer who move to Iran when he loses his job.
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

The leader of the main opposition Party in Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari has appealed for calm after a suicide car bombing at a supporters' rally, killed 37 people. The blast happened in the last day of campaigning before Monday's general election. Chris Morris reports from Islamabad.

This election campaign has ended as it began with acts of violence casting a long shadow, a car was driven into a crowd, waiting for food after an election meeting in the town of Parachinar, in the region where Islamist militancy has been on the rise, eye-witnesses say the car blew up, scattering body parts across the street, many of the dead or wounded were supporters of the Pakistan People's Party. The election is supposed to be an important landmark in the transition to civilian democracy, but security concerns remain high.

Thousands of ethnic Albanians have poured onto the streets of Priština, the capital of the Serbian province of Kosovo, to celebrate its eminent unilateral declaration of independence. In the Serbian capital Belgrade, about a thousand demonstrators protested the loss of territory they considered their heartland. Kosovo's Prime Minister Hashim Thaci said the influence of Belgrade had ended, independence was a done deal and Kosovo must look to the future. From Priština, Helen Fawkes reports.

The countdown to Kosovo's independence is on. Final preparations are being made for the celebrations, but some the Party has already started. On Sunday, hundreds of thousands of ethnic Albanians are expected on the streets of the capital, many people here are flying the Albanian flag, Kosovo's new flag is yet to be unveiled. There’s concern is made sparks sporadic violence, 16,000 NATO troops are based in Kosova, and security is tight.

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Antonio Guterres, has said it's time to start considering the possibility of organizing the voluntary return of some of the millions of Iraqis who fled their homes because of the violence. Mr. Guterres has agreed with the Iraqi government for an assessment of conditions on the ground to take place to see if it's safe for refugees to return.

"Returns can only take place voluntarily in safety and legality, and people must see their basic problems, so, there is a lot of work to be done, and we’ll be working together with the Iraqi government in an assessment, uh, in order to look at future opportunities' return, that we helped will be able to take place in the way that will consequent to nationally conciliation and to the reconciliation of the country.

A formal Nazi SS member who was convicted in his absence of war crimes in Italy has started a prison sentence in southern Italy following his extradition from Canada, the man Michael Seifert was found guilty in 2000 of killings committed while he was a comes guard in northern Italy in the last year of the Second World War.

World News from the BBC.

Of the start of his tour of Africa, President Bush has urged an end to violence in Kenya, he said his Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice would underline that message in her forthcoming visit there. The speaking in Benin, the first stop on his tour, Mr. Bush said Africa's many conflicts were not the main focus of his visit, he wanted to highlight success stories.

"It's a lot more work to be done when the regions come on this trip let's say, look at the successes we've had, we've been, by the way, not America's successes, these are joint successes, and look at the work needs to done."

Tens of thousands of Armenians have held a rally in the capital Yerevan, and support one of the main opposition candidates in Tuesday's presidential election. Levon Ter-Petrosian has accused the authorities of preparing to rigor the vote. President Robert Kocharian is stepping down after serving the maximum 2 terms, observers say President are likely to transfer to his chosen successor, the Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan.

A major scientific conference in the United States has heard that robots with artificial intelligence could become as clever as humans within 20 years. The inventor and author Dr. Ray Kurzweil told the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, that progress in molecular computing would provide what he called “the hardware” for human-level artificial intelligence by the 2020s. He said there’s already more than 20 regions of the human brain that had been modeled and stimulated.

A Brazilian film about police violence has won the Golden Bear, the top prize of the Berlin Film Festival. The film "The Elite Squad" directed by Jose Padilha, portrays the operations of a paramilitary police unit in Rio de Janeiro. The American filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson won best director for "There Will Be Blood", the Best Actor Award went to the Iranian Reza Naji for his performance in "the Song of Sparrows" as an ostrich farmer who moved to Iran when he loses his job.

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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

The leader of the main opposition Party in Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari has appealed for calm after a suicide car bombing at a supporters' rally, killed 37 people. The blast happened on the last day of campaigning before Monday's general election. Chris Morris reports from Islamabad.

This election campaign has ended as it began with acts of violence casting a long shadow, a car was driven into a crowd, waiting for food after an election meeting in the town of Parachinar, in the region where Islamist militancy has been on the rise, eye-witnesses say the car blew up, scattering body parts across the street, many of the dead and wounded were supporters of the Pakistan People's Party. The election is supposed to be an important landmark in the transition to civilian democracy, but security concerns remain high.

Thousands of Ethnic Albanians have poured onto the streets of Priština, the capital of the Serbian province of Kosovo, to celebrate its imminent unilateral declaration of independence. In the Serbian capital Belgrade, about a thousand demonstrators protested the loss of territory they considered their heartland. Kosovo's Prime Minister Hashim Thaci said the influence of Belgrade had ended, independence was a done deal and Kosovo must look to the future. From Priština, Helen Fawkes reports.

The countdown to Kosovo's independence is on. Final preparations are being made for the celebrations, but some the Party has already started. On Sunday, hundreds of thousands of Ethnic Albanians are expected on the streets of the capital, many people here are flying the Albanian flag, Kosovo's new flag is yet to be unveiled. There's concern this may spark sporadic violence, 16,000 NATO troops are based in Kosovo, and security is tight.

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Antonio Guterres, has said it's time to start considering the possibility of organizing the voluntary return of some of the millions of Iraqis who fled their homes because of the violence. Mr. Guterres has agreed with the Iraqi government for an assessment of conditions on the ground to take place to see if it's safe for refugees to return.

"Returns can only take place voluntarily in safety and legality, and people must see their basic problems, so, there is a lot of work to be done, and we’ll be working together with the Iraqi government in an assessment, uh, in order to look at future opportunities' return, that we helped will be able to take place in the way that will consequent to nationally conciliation and to the reconciliation of the country.

A formal Nazi SS member who was convicted in his absence of war crimes in Italy has started a prison sentence in southern Italy following his extradition from Canada, the man Michael Seifert was found guilty in 2000 of killings committed while he was a comes guard in northern Italy in the last year of the Second World War.

World News from the BBC.

At the start of his tour of Africa, President Bush has urged an end to violence in Kenya, he said his Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice would underline that message in her forthcoming visit there. The speaking in Benin, the first stop of his tour, Mr. Bush said Africa's many conflicts were not the main focus of his visit, he wanted to highlight success stories.

"It's a lot more work to be done when the regions come on this trip let's say, look at the successes we've had, we've been, by the way, not America's successes, these are joint successes, and look at the work needs to done."

Tens of thousands of Armenians have held a rally in the capital Yerevan, and support one of the main opposition candidates in Tuesday's presidential election. Levon Ter-Petrosian has accused the authorities of preparing to rig the vote. President Robert Kocharian is stepping down after serving the maximum 2 terms, observers say President are likely to transfer to his chosen successor, the Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan.

A major scientific conference in the United States has heard that robots with artificial intelligence could become as clever as humans within 20 years. The inventor and author Dr. Ray Kurzweil told the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, that progress in molecular computing would provide what he called “the hardware” for human-level artificial intelligence by the 2020s. He said there’s already more than 20 regions of the human brain that had been modeled and stimulated.

A Brazilian film about police violence has won the Golden Bear, the top prize of the Berlin Film Festival. The film "The Elite Squad" directed by Jose Padilha, portrays the operations of a paramilitary police unit in Rio de Janeiro. The American filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson won best director for "There Will Be Blood", the Best Actor Award went to the Iranian Reza Naji for his performance in "the Song of Sparrows" as an ostrich farmer who moved to Iran when he loses his job.
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BBC news with Fiona McDonald.

The leader of the main opposition party in Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari has appealed for calm after a suicide car bombing at a supporters rally killed 37 people. The blast happened on the last day of campaigning before Monday's general election. Chris Morris reports from Islamabad.

This election campaign is ended as it began with acts of violence casting a long shadow. A car was driven into a crowd waiting for food after an election meeting in the town of Parachinar in a region where Islamist militancy has been on the rise. Eye-witnesses say the car blew up, scattering body parts across the street. Many of the dead and wounded were supporters of the Pakistan People's Party. The election is supposed to be an important landmark in the transition to civilian democracy, but security concerns remain high.

Thousands of ethnic Albanians have poured onto the streets of Pristina, the capital of the Serbian province of Kosovo, to celebrate its eminent unilateral declaration of independence. In the Serbian capital Belgrade, about 1,000 demonstrators protested a loss of territory they considered their heartland. Kosovo's Prime Minister Hashim Thaci said the influence of Belgrade had ended, independence was a done deal and Kosovo must look to the future. From Pristina, Helen Fawkes reports.

The countdown to Kosovo's independence is on. Final preparations are being made for the celebrations, but some, the party, has already started. On Sunday, hundreds of thousands of ethnic Albanians are expected on the streets of the capital. Many people here are flying the Albanian flag. Kosovo's new flag is yet to be unveiled. There is concern this may sparkle spread of violence. 16,000 NATO troops are based in Kosovo and security is tight.

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres has said it's time to start considering the possibility of organizing the voluntary return of some of the millions of Iraqis who've fled their homes because of the violence. Mr. Guterres has agreed with the Iraqi government for an assessment of conditions on the ground to take place to see if it is safe for refugees to return.

"Returns can only take place voluntarily in safety and dignity and people must see their basic problems solved. There is a lot of work to be done. And we will be working there together with the Iraqi government in the assessment in order to look at future opportunities of return that we hope will be able to take place in a way that will contribute to national reconciliation and to the construction of the country. "

A former Nazi SS member who was convicted in his absence of war crimes in Italy has started a prison sentence in southern Italy following his extradition from Canada. The man, Michael Seifert, was found guilty in 2000 of killings committed while he was a camp guard in northern Italy in the last year of the Second World War

World news from the BBC.

At the start of his tour of Africa, President Bush has urged an end to violence in Kenya. He said that Secretary-General of State Condoleezza Rice would underline that message in her forthcoming visit there. But speaking in Benin, the first stop of his tour, Mr. Bush said Africa's many conflicts were not the main focus of his visit. He wanted to highlight success stories.

"There's a lot more work to be done. One of the reasons I've come on this trip is to say, look at the successes we've had. We, by the way, is not American successes; these are joint successes. And look at the work that needs to be done."

Tens of thousands of Armenians have held a rally in the capital Yerevan in support of one of the main opposition candidates in Tuesday's presidential election. Levon Ter-Petrosyan has accused the authorities of appearing to rig the vote. President Robert Kocharian is stepping down after serving the maximum two terms. Observers say power is likely to transfer to his chosen successor the Prime Minister Serzh Sarkisian.

A major scientific conference in the United States has heard that robots with artificial intelligence could become as clever as humans within 20 years. The inventor and author Dr. Ray Kurzweil told the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science that progress in molecular computing would provide what he called the hardware for human level artificial intelligence by the 2020s. He says that already more than 20 regions of the human brain have been modeled and stimulated.

A Brazilian film about police violence has won the Golden Bear, the top prize of the Berlin Film Festival. The film, The Elite Squad directed by Jose Padilha portraits the operations of a paramilitary police unit in Rio de Janeiro. The American film-maker Paul Thomas Anderson won best director for There Will Be Blood. The best actor award went to the Iranian Reza Naji for his performance in The Song of Sparrows as an ostrich farmer who moves to Tehran when he loses his job.
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

The leader of the main opposition Party in Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari has appealed for calm after a suicide car bombing at a supporters' rally, killed 37 people. The blast happened on the last day of campaigning before Monday's general election. Chris Morris reports from Islamabad.

This election campaign has ended as it began with acts of violence casting a long shadow, a car was driven into a crowd, waiting for food after an election meeting in the town of Parachinar, in the region where Islamist militancy has been on the rise, eye-witnesses say the car blew up, scattering body parts across the street, many of the dead and wounded were supporters of the Pakistan People's Party. The election is supposed to be an important landmark in the transition to civilian democracy, but security concerns remain high.

Thousands of Ethnic Albanians have poured onto the streets of Priština, the capital of the Serbian province of Kosovo, to celebrate its imminent unilateral declaration of independence. In the Serbian capital Belgrade, about a thousand demonstrators protested the loss of territory they considered their heartland. Kosovo's Prime Minister Hashim Thaci said the influence of Belgrade had ended, independence was a done deal and Kosovo must look to the future. From Priština, Helen Fawkes reports.

The countdown to Kosovo's independence is on. Final preparations are being made for the celebrations, but some the Party has already started. On Sunday, hundreds of thousands of Ethnic Albanians are expected on the streets of the capital, many people here are flying the Albanian flag, Kosovo's new flag is yet to be unveiled. There's concern this may spark sporadic violence, 16,000 NATO troops are based in Kosovo, and security is tight.

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Antonio Guterres, has said it's time to start considering the possibility of organizing the voluntary return of some of the millions of Iraqis who fled their homes because of the violence. Mr. Guterres has agreed with the Iraqi government for an assessment of conditions on the ground to take place to see if it's safe for refugees to return.

"Returns can only take place voluntarily in safety and legality, and people must see their basic problems, so, there is a lot of work to be done, and we’ll be working together with the Iraqi government in an assessment, uh, in order to look at future opportunities of return, that we hope will be able to take place in the way that will contribute to national reconciliation and to the reconstruction of the country.

A formal Nazi SS member who was convicted in his absence of war crimes in Italy has started a prison sentence in southern Italy following his extradition from Canada, the man Michael Seifert was found guilty in 2000 of killings committed while he was a comes guard in northern Italy in the last year of the Second World War.

World News from the BBC.

At the start of his tour of Africa, President Bush has urged an end to violence in Kenya, he said his Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice would underline that message in her forthcoming visit there. The speaking in Benin, the first stop of his tour, Mr. Bush said Africa's many conflicts were not the main focus of his visit, he wanted to highlight success stories.

"It's a lot more work to be done when the regions come on this trip let's say, look at the successes we've had, we've been, by the way, not America's successes, these are joint successes, and look at the work needs to done."

Tens of thousands of Armenians have held a rally in the capital Yerevan, and support one of the main opposition candidates in Tuesday's presidential election. Levon Ter-Petrosian has accused the authorities of preparing to rig the vote. President Robert Kocharian is stepping down after serving the maximum 2 terms, observers say President are likely to transfer to his chosen successor, the Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan.

A major scientific conference in the United States has heard that robots with artificial intelligence could become as clever as humans within 20 years. The inventor and author Dr. Ray Kurzweil told the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, that progress in molecular computing would provide what he called “the hardware” for human-level artificial intelligence by the 2020s. He said there’s already more than 20 regions of the human brain that had been modeled and stimulated.

A Brazilian film about police violence has won the Golden Bear, the top prize of the Berlin Film Festival. The film "The Elite Squad" directed by Jose Padilha, portrays the operations of a paramilitary police unit in Rio de Janeiro. The American filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson won best director for "There Will Be Blood", the Best Actor Award went to the Iranian Reza Naji for his performance in "the Song of Sparrows" as an ostrich farmer who moved to Iran when he loses his job.
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.
The leader of the main opposition party in Pakistan,Asif Ali Zardari(Benazir Bhutton's husband) has appealed for calm after a suicide car bombing at a supporters' rally killed 37 people.The blast happened in the last day of campaigning before Monday's general election.Chris Morris reports from Islamabad.
"This election campaign has ended as it bagan with acts of violence casting a long shadow,a car was driven into a crowd,waiting for food after the election meeting in the town of P*,in the region where Islamic militancy has been on the raise.Eye witnesses say the car blew up,scattering bodies parts across the street.Many of the dead and wounded were the supporters of Pakistan's People's party.The election is supposed to be an important landmark in the transation to civil democracy.But security concern remains high."

Thousands of ethnic Albanians have poured onto the street of pristina,the capital of Serbia province of Kosovo,to celebrate it eminent unilateral declaration of independence.In the Serbia capital Belgrade,about a thousand demonstrators protested the lose of territory,they considered as their heart land.Kosovo’s Prime Minister / said the influence of Belgrade had ended.Independence was a donedeal and Kosovo must look to the future.From Pristina,Helen Fox reports.
"The countdown to Kosovo's independence is on.Final preparations are being made for the celebrations.The sun-- the party has already started.On Sunday,hundreds and thousands of ethnic Albanians are expected on the streets of capital.Many people here are flying the Albanian flag.Kosovo's new flag is yet to be unveiled.This concerns that this may spark spread violence.16,000 NATO troops are based in Kosovo and security is tight."

The UN high commissioner for refugees,* has said it's time to start considering the possibility of organizing the voluntary return of some of millions of Iraqis fled their home because of the violence.Mr.* has agreed with Iraq government from assessment of conditions on the growing to take place to see of it is safe for refugees to return.
"Returns can only take place voluntarily in safely and dignity.And people must see their basic problems.So there is a lot of work to be done.And we're doing together with Iraqi government in the assessment,uh,in order to look at future opportunities of return that we hope will be able to take place in a way that will consequent to nationally conciliation and to reconciliation of the country."

A former Nazi SS member who was convicted in his absence of war crimes in Italy has started a prison center in sountern Italy following his extradition from Canada.The man // was found guilty in 2000 of killings committed when he was conrride guard in northen Italy in the last year of Second World War.

World News from the BBC.

At the start of his tour of Africa,president Bush has urged an end of violence in Kenya.He said Secretary of State Condeleezza Rice would underline a message of her forthcoming visit there.Mr.Bush said Africa's many conflicts were not the main forces,he wanted to highlight success of stories.
"It's a lot of more work to be done when we come on this trip,let's say,look at the success we'd have,we've been,by the way,not America's successes,there are joint successes.And look at the work that needs to be done."

Tens of thousands of Armenians have held rally in capital / in support of one of main opposition candidate in Tuesday's presidential election./ has accused the authories of preparing to rig the vote.President / is stepping down after serving the maxium two terms.Observers say president is likely to transfer his choosen successor,the Prime Minister //.

A major scientific conference in United States has heard a robot with artifical intelligence would become as clever as humans within 20 years.The inventor and author // told the meeting of American Assosiation for Advancement of science that progress in molecular computing would provide what it called the hardware for human level arifical intelligence by the 2020s.He said there's already more than 20 regions of human brain have been modeled and stimulated.

A Brazilian film about police violence has won the Golden Bear,the top prize of the Berlin Film Festival.The film' Elite Squad'directed by Jose Padilha ,portrays the operations of a paramilitary police unit in Rio de Janeiro.The American film maker Paul Thomas Anderson won best director for 'There will be blood'.The Best Actor Award went to the Iranian / for his perfermance in 'the song of Sparrows'as an / farmer who moved to Iran when he loses his job.


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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

The leader of the main opposition Party in Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari has appealed for calm after a suicide car bombing at a supporters' rally, killed 37 people. The blast happened on the last day of campaigning before Monday's general election. Chris Morris reports from Islamabad.

This election campaign was ended as it began with acts of violence casting a long shadow, a car was driven into a crowd, waiting for food after an election meeting in the town of Parachinar, in the region where Islamist militancy has been on the rise, eye-witnesses say the car blew up, scattering body parts across the street, many of the dead and wounded were supporters of the Pakistan People's Party. The election is supposed to be an important landmark in the transition to civilian democracy, but security concerns remain high.

Thousands of Ethnic Albanians have poured onto the streets of Priština, the capital of the Serbian province of Kosovo, to celebrate its imminent unilateral declaration of independence. In the Serbian capital Belgrade, about a thousand demonstrators protested the loss of territory they considered their heartland. Kosovo's Prime Minister Hashim Thaci said the influence of Belgrade had ended, independence was a done deal and Kosovo must look to the future. From Priština, Helen Fawkes reports.

The countdown to Kosovo's independence is on. Final preparations are being made for the celebrations, for some the Party has already started. On Sunday, hundreds of thousands of Ethnic Albanians are expected on the streets of the capital, many people here are flying the Albanian flag, Kosovo's new flag is yet to be unveiled. There's concern this may spark sporadic violence, 16,000 NATO troops are based in Kosovo, and security is tight.

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Antonio Guterres, has said it's time to start considering the possibility of organizing the voluntary return of some of the millions of Iraqis who have fled their homes because of the violence. Mr. Guterres has agreed with the Iraqi government for an assessment of conditions on the ground to take place to see if it's safe for refugees to return.

"Returns can only take place voluntarily in safety and dignity, and people must see their basic problems, so, there is a lot of work to be done, and we’ll be working together with the Iraqi government in the assessment, uh, in order to look at future opportunities of return, that we hope will be able to take place in the way that will contribute to national reconciliation and to the reconstruction of the country.

A former Nazi assassin member who was convicted in his absence of war crimes in Italy has started a prison sentence in southern Italy following his extradition from Canada, the man Michael Seifert was found guilty in 2000 of killings committed while he was a camp guard in northern Italy in the last year of the Second World War.

World News from the BBC.

At the start of his tour of Africa, President Bush has urged an end to violence in Kenya, he said his Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice would underline that message in her forthcoming visit there. The speaking in Benin, the first stop of his tour, Mr. Bush said Africa's many conflicts were not the main focus of his visit, he wanted to highlight success stories.

"There'sa lot more work to be done when the regions have come on this trip let's say, look at the successes we've had, we've been, by the way, not America's successes, these are joint successes, and look at the work needs to done."

Tens of thousands of Armenians have held a rally in the capital Yerevan, and support one of the main opposition candidates in Tuesday's presidential election. Levon Ter-Petrosian has accused the authorities of preparing to rig the vote. President Robert Kocharian is stepping down after serving the maximum 2 terms, observers say President are likely to transfer to his chosen successor, the Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan.

A major scientific conference in the United States has had that robots with artificial intelligence could become as clever as humans within 20 years. The inventor and author Dr. Ray Kurzweil told the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, that progress in molecular computing would provide what he called “the hardware” for human-level artificial intelligence by the 2020s. He said there’s already more than 20 regions of the human brain that had been modeled and simulated.

A Brazilian film about police violence has won the Golden Bear, the top prize of the Berlin Film Festival. The film "The Elite Squad" directed by Jose Padilha, portrays the operations of a paramilitary police unit in Rio de Janeiro. The American filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson won best director for "There Will Be Blood", the Best Actor Award went to the Iranian Reza Naji for his performance in "the Song of Sparrows" as an ostrich farmer who moves to Iran when he loses his job.

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The leader of the main opposition party in Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari has appealed for calm after a suicide car bombing at a supporters' rally killed 37 people. The blast happened on the last day of campaigning before Monday's general election. Chris Morris reports from Islamabad.

"This election campaign is ended as it began with act of violence casting a long shadow. A car was driven into a crowd waiting for food after an election meeting in the town of /, in a region where Islamic militancy has been on the rise. Eyewitnesses say the car blew up scattering body parts across the street. Many of the dead and wounded were supporters of the Pakistan People's Party. The election is supposed to be an important landmark in the transition to civilian democracy. But security concerns remain high. "

Thousands of ethnic Albanians have poured onto the streets of Pristina, the capital of the Serbian province of Kosovo to celebrate its imminent unilateral declaration of independence. In the Serbian capital, Belgrade, about a thousand demonstrators protest at the loss of territory that they consider their heartland. Kosovo's prime minister, Hashim Thaci, said the influence of Belgrade had ended and independence was a done deal and Kosovo must glue to the future. From Pristina, Helen Fawkes reports.

"The countdown to Kosovo's independence is on. Final preparation has been made for the celebrations. The song, the party has already started. On Sunday hundreds of thousands of ethnic Albanians are expected on the streets of the capital. Many people here are flying the Albanian flag. Kosovo's new is yet to be unveiled. There's concern this may spark sporadic violence. 16000 NATO troops are based in Kosovo and security is tight. "

The UN high commissioner for refugees, Antonion Guterres, has said it's time to start considering the possibility of organizing the voluntary return of some of the millions of Iraqis that had fled their homes because of the violence. Mr. Guterres has agreed with the Iraqi government for an assessment of condition on the ground to take place to see if it's safe for refugees to return.

"Returns can only take place voluntarily in safety and dignity. And people must see their basic problems, or there's a lot of work to be done. And we will be working together with the Iraqi government in an assessment in order to look at the future opportunities of return that we hope will be take place in a way that we will contribute to national conciliation and to the reconstruction of the country. "

A former Nazi SS member who was convicted in his absence of war crimes in Italy has started a prison sentence in southern following his extradition from Canada. The man, /, was found guilty in 2000 of killings committed while he was a camp guard in northern Italy in the last year of the Second World War.

World News from the BBC.

At the start of his tour of Africa, President Bush has urged an end to violence in Kenya. He said that the Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice, would underline that message in her forthcoming visit there. When speaking in Benin, the first stop in his tour, Mr. Bush said Africa's many conflicts were not the main focus of his visit. He wanted to highlight success stories.

"There's a lot more work to be done. One of the reasons I've come on this trip is to say, look at these successes we've had. 'We', by the way, is not American successes, these are, joint successes. And look at the work that needs to be done. "

Tens of thousands of Armenians have held their rallies in the capital / in support of one of the main opposition candidates in Tuesday's presidential election. / has accused the authorities of preparing to rig the vote. President / is stepping down after serving the maximum, two terms. Observers say power is likely to transfer to his chosen successor, the prime minister, /.

A major scientific conference in the United States has heard that robots with artificial intelligence could become as clever as humans within 20 years. The inventor and author, Dr. /, told the meeting of the American Association for the advancement of science that progress in molecular computing would provide what he called the hardware for human level artificial intelligence by the 2020s. He said that already more 20 regions of the human brain had been modeled and stimulated.

A Brazilian film about police violence has won the Golden Bear, the top prize at the Berlin film festival. The film, the Elite Squad, directed by /, portrays the operations of a paramilitary police unit in Rio de Janeiro. The American filmmaker, Paul Thomas Anderson, won the Best Director for There Will Be Blood. The Best Actor Award went to the Iranian / for his performance in The Song of Sparrows as an ostrich farmer who moves to Tehran when he loses his job.
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