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BBC News with Jonathan Izzard.

 

The Iraqi authorities have imposed a three day curfew in the capital Baghdad after fighting intensified between the Iraqi Army and Shiite militiamen. The United States has told all personnel at its embassy in Baghdad not to leave reinforced structures in the Green Zone .President Bush has praised the Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki for vowing to fight Shiite militias to the end .The Shiite leader Moqtada Sadr has called for a political solution. Crispin Thorold reports from Baghdad
 
All movement has been banned in Baghdad from now until early on Sunday morning. The enforcement of curfew is an indication of how insecure the capital has become .There have been several clashes here including one between American forces and the fighters from the Mahdi army .Throughout the day rockets and mortars were fired towards the Green Zone where the governments and embassies are based. Many reached their targets but some fell short, killing civilians. There has also been extensive fighting in Basra, where the number of dead has risen steeply. Local people say that they are beginning to run out of food and water.
 
The price of crude oil has risen 2 dollars a barrel after a key Iraq oil pipeline was blown up in Basra .The attack is said to have reduced exports by a fifth. The price went up to about 108 dollars a barrel in New York because of fears that the fighting in southern Iraq might disrupt the global oil market. Our BBC correspondent says disruptions in any producer country are often quickly reflected in higher prices because there isn’t much spare production capacity.
 
A right-wing Dutch politician Geert Wilders has posted on the Internet a film that is highly critical of Islam. The 16-minute video intercuts passages from the Koran with footage of speeches by radical Muslim clerics. The Dutch government had appealed for it to be abandoned .From the Hague, Geraldine Coughlin reports.
 
Geert Wilders says he doesn’t intend his film to be a provocation. And that he wants to discuss it in a debate with Muslims. The film “Fitna” begins with images of the September the 11th attacks in New York in 2001. It contains shocking clips from media archives and news headlines and Geert Wilders' opinion that Islam is dangerous for the West.
 
The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and French President Nicolas Sarkozy had announced a plan to help educate children in Africa. Mr. Brown said the two countries and their football authorities would finance the schooling of 16 million children by the start of the Football World Cup in South Africa in 2010. They were speaking at the stadium of Arsenal football club in London which has a French manager and some French players .Gordon Brown said the two countries needed to work together to face global challenges. 
 
Together, We will address the challenges of this new global era .Together we are well-placed to do so. Our two countries are at the heart of what we want to be---an outward looking and globally focused Europe.
 
World News from the BBC
 
A newly published report says gangsters and prominent politicians in Nigeria formed a dangerous alliance during an outbreak of violence that killed dozens of people. The report investigates clashes between rival gangs, armed with assault rifles, machine guns and machetes in the oil-rich delta region following elections last year. The New York-based group Human Rights Watch says none of the gang leaders or their powerful political backers has been prosecuted. It said promises by President Umaru Yar'Adua to end the violence in the Niger Delta have come to nothing.
 
Two days before elections in Zimbabwe, President Robert Mugabe has blamed western sanctions for the economic crisis in the country. Speaking at an election rally in the capital Harare, Mr. Mugabe said sanctions were depriving Zimbabwe of essential medical supplies. At the event, Mr. Mugabe gave away more then 400 cars to doctors in government hospitals. Grant Ferrett reports from neighboring South Africa.
 
Doctors and nurses have frequently gone on strike in recent years, complaining that their salaries haven’t kept pace with hyperinflation in Zimbabwe .Thousands of qualified medical staff have left the country. Essential drugs and other supplies are largely absent. President Mugabe says it is not the fault of his government. Instead, he accuses Britain and the United States of being behind the problems because of sanctions. In fact, the sanctions applied only to members of Zimbabwe's ruling elite. Restrictions on trade are confined to arms sales.
 
The long-awaited opening of a 5th terminal of London's Heathrow airport has been marred by queues, disruption and cancellations .The check-in of all non-hand luggage just to be suspended. British Airways, which has exclusive use of the new terminal, has apologized for what it called "teething problems". Terminal Five, which is Britain's biggest enclosed space, cost more then 8.5 billion dollars to build. Heathrow is one of world’s busiest airports and has suffered from overcrowding due to the increasing demand for air travel.

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BBC news with Jonathan Izzard
The Iraq authorities have been propose a three day curfew in the Capital Baghdad after fighting intense fight between Iraqi Army and Shiite militiaman.The U.S has told all personnel embassy in Baghdad not to leave reinforced structures in the green zone .President Bush has praised the Iranian prime minister // for willing to fight Shiite militia to the end .The Shiite leader Moqtada Sadr has call for a political solution .Christine follow report from Baghdad.

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The British prime minister Gordon Brown and Franch president Nicolas Sarkozy had announced a plan to help educate children in Africa.Mr.Brown says the two countries and the football auhorities will finace the schools in a 6 million children by the start of football world cup in south africa in 2010.That was speaking at the stadium of asnon football club in London which has a french manager and some french players .Gordon Brown said the two countries need to work together to face global challengers. " Together, We will address the challengers of this new global era .Together we are well placed to do so .Our two countries are at the heart of what we want to be and now we are looking an globally focused Euro . World news from the BBC

The newly published report says gangsters and prominent politicians in Nyjalia formed a dangerous alliance during that break of violence killed dozens of people. the report investigated clashes between rival gunson with south rivals ,mechine guns and shatters in the oil rich gatter region following a elections last year .The N.Y based group Human Rights Watch says none of the gang leaders or that powerful political backups has been prosecuted.It said promises by president // to end the violence on // have come to nothing .

Two days before elections in Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe has blamed westen sanction for the economic crysis in the country .Speaking at the election rally in the Capital Harare. Mr.Mugabe said sanctions will deprive Zimbabwe of essencial medical supplies. After the event ,Mr.Mugabe give away more then 400 cards to doctors in government hospitals // reports from // South Africa Doctors and nursers have frequently got on strike in recent year complaining their salarys havnt get paid with hypering inflation in Zimbabwe .Thousands of qualified medical staff have left the country .Essencial drugs and other supplies are largely absent .President Mugabe says it is not the fault of his government , instead, he accuse it is Britain and the U.S. have been behind the problems because of sanctions. In fact , the sanction apply only to members of Zimbabwe's ruling elites the striction on trade had confined to arm sales .

The long awaited openning of 5th terminal of London's heathrow airport has been marked by cuse, destruction and cancelation .The check in of all non-hand luggage has had to be suspended .British airway which has exclusive use of new terminals has apologize for it call tearing problems .Terminal 5 which is British's biggest clothing space cost more then 8.5 billion dollars to build . He throws one of worlds busiest airports and have suffered from the overcrowding due to the increasing demand for air travel . BBC news
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BBC news with Jonathan Izzard.

 

The Iraqi authorities have imposed a three day curfew in the Capital Baghdad after fighting intensified between Iraqi Army and Shiite militiamen.The United States has told all personnel its embassy in Baghdad not to leave reinforced structures in the Green Zone .President Bush has praised the Iraqi Prime Minister // for vowing to fight Shiite militias to the end .The Shiite leader Moqtada Sadr has call for a political solution .Christine follow reports from Baghdad.


All movements have been banned in Baghdad from now until early on Sunday morning .The enforcement of curfew is an indication of how insecure the capital has become .There have been several clashes here including one between the American forces and the fighters from Mahdi army .Throughout the day rockets and mortars were fired towards the Green Zone where the governments and the embassies are based. Many reached their targets but some fell short killing civilians.


There has also been extensive fighting in Basra ,where the number of dead has risen steeply.Local people say that they are beginning to run out of food and water . The price of crude oil has risen 2 dollars a barrel after a key Iraq oil  pipeline was blown up in Basra .The attack is set to reduce export by a fifth .The price went up to about 108 dollars a barrel in New York because of the fears that fighting in Iraq might disrupt the global oil market. Our BBC correspondent says disruptions in any producer country are often quickly reflected in higher prices because there isnt much spare production capacity .


A right wing Dutch politician Geert Wilders has posted on the internet , a film that is highly critical of Islam.The 16 minute video intercuts passages from // with footage of speeches by
radical Muslim clerics.The Dutch government had appealed for it to be abandoned .From Boher .Jodi // reports . Geert Wilders says his doesn’t intend his film to be a provovation. And that he wants to discuss it in a debate with Muslims .The film “**” begin with images of the Sep 11th attack in NewYork in 2001. It contains shocking clips from media archieves and news headlines and Geert wilders' opinion, that Islam is dangerous for the west .


The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Franch President Nicolas Sarkozy had announced a plan to help educate children in Africa.Mr.Brown said two countries and
their football authorities will finance the schooling of 16 million children by the start of football World Cup in south Africa in 2010.They were speaking at the stadium of Asonal football club in London which has aFrench manager and some French players .Gordon Brown said the two countries needed to work together to face global challengers. " Together, We will address the challenges of this new global era .Together we are well-placed to do so .Our two countries are at the heart of what we want to be an outward looking, a globally-focused Euro .

 

World news from the BBC


The newly-published report says gangsters and prominent politicians in
Nigeria formed a dangerous alliance during an outbreak of violence that kills dozens of people. The report
investigates clashes between rival gangs, armed with S rivals, machine gangs and *  in the oil-rich delta region following elections last year. The NewYork based group Human Rights Watch says none of the gang leaders or their powerful political backers have been prosecuted.It said promises by President // to end the violence on Nige delta have come to nothing .


Two days before elections in Zimbabwe, President Robert Mugabe has blamed western sanctions for the economic
crisis in the country .Speaking at the election rally in the Capital Harare. Mr.Mugabe said sanctions were depriving Zimbabwe of essential medical supplies. At the event ,Mr.Mugabe gave a way more then 400 cars to doctors in government hospitals. //reports from neighbouring South Africa.

 

Doctors and militias have frequently got on strike in recent year complaining their salaries haven’t kept pace with hypering inflation in Zimbabwe .Thousands of qualified medical staff have left the country .Essential drugs and other supplies are largely absent .President Mugabe says it is not the fault of his government , instead, he accuses Britain and United.States as being behind the problems because of sanctions. In fact , the sanction applied only to Zimbabwe's ruling elite. Restrictions on trade are confined to arm sales .

The long awaited openning of 5th terminal of London's Heathrow airport has been marred by accused disruption and cancellation .The checkin of all
non-handed luggage has to be suspended .British Airways which has exclusive use of new terminals has apologized for what it called tilling problems .Terminal five, which is British's biggest enclosing space, cost more then 8.5 billion dollars to build . Heathrow is one of world’s busiest airports and have suffered from the overcrowding due to the increasing demand for air travel .

 

BBC news

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The Iraqi authorities have imposed a three-day curfew in captical Baghdad after fighting intensified between the Iraqi army and the Shiite militiamen. The US has told all personnel of its embassy in Baghdad not to leave re-enforced structures in the Green Zone. Pr. Bush has praised the Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki for vowing to fight Shiite militias to the end. The Shiite leader Moqtada al-Sadr has called for a political solution. XXX reports from Baghdad:

All movement has been banned from now in Baghdad until early on Sunday morning. The enforcement of curfew is an indication of how insecure the capital has become. There have been several clashes here, including one between the American forces and the fighters form the Mahdi army. Throughout the day, rockets of motars were fired towards the Green Zone, where the governments and embassies were based. Many reached their targets but some fell short killing civilians. There's also been an extensive fighting in Basra, but the number of the dead has risen steeply. Local people say they're begining to run out of food and water.

 

The price of crude oil has risen 2 dollars a barrel after a key Iraqi oil pipeline was blown up in Basra. The attack is said to have reduced exports by a fifth. The price went up to about 108 dollars a barrel in New York because of fears that the fighting in southern Iraq might disrupt the global oil market. A BBC correspondent says disruptions in producer countries are often quickly reflected in higher prices because there isn't much spare product capacity.

 

A right-wing Dutch politician  Geert Wilders has postered on the internet a film that is highly critical of islam. the 16-minute videw  intercut passages from the Koran with footage of speeches by the radical Muslim clerics.  The Dutch government has appealed for it to be abandoned. From the Hague, XXX reports:

Geert Wilders says he doesn't intend his film to be an inprovokation, and that he wants to disucss it in a dedate with Muslims. The film Fitna begins with images of the Septerm 11th attack in New Yorks in 2002. It contains shocking clips from media archives and news headlines and Geert Wilders's opinion that Islam is dangerous for the west.

 

The British prime minister Gordon Brown and the French president Nichola Sakorzy have announced a plan to help educate children in Africa. Mr. Brown said the two countries and their football authorities would finance the schooling of 16 million children by the start the football World Cup in South Africa in 2010. They were speaking at the stadium of Arsenal football club in London which has a french manager and some French players. Gordon Brown said the two countries needed to work together to face the global challenges.
"Together we will adress the challenges of this new global era. Together we're well-placed to do so. Our two countries are at the heart of what we want to be, an outwardly looking and globally focused Europe."

 

World News from the BBC.

 

A newly published report says gangsters in prominent politicians in Nigeria formed a dangerous alliance during a outbreak of violence that killed dozens of people. The report investigates clashes between riot gangs armed with assault rifles machine guns and machetes in the oil rich delta region following the elections last year. The New York based group human rights watch says none of the gang leaders or their powerful political backers have been prosecuted. It says promises by president Umaru Yar'Adua  to end the violence in the Niger delta has come to nothing.

 

Two days before elections in Zimbabwe, president Robert Mugabe has blamed western sanctions for the economic crisis in the country. Speaking at an election rally in the capital Harare, Mr. Mugabe said sanctions were depriving Zimbabwe of essential medical supplies. At the event, Mr. Mugabe gave away more than 400 cars to doctors in government hospitals. XXX reports from neighboring South Africa:

Doctors and nurses have frequently gone on strick in recent years, complaining their salaries havn'et kept pace with hyper-inflation in Zimbabwe. Thousands of qualified medical staff have left the country. Essential drugs and other supplies are largely abasent. Pr. Mugabe says it's not the fault of his government. Instead, he accuses Britian and the US of being behind the problems of the sanctions. In ???, the sanctions apply only to Zimbabwe's ruling elite. Restricions on trade are confined to army sales.

 

The long awaited opening of a fifth terminal at lLondon's Heathrow Airport has been marred by cues?? discuption and cancellations. The Check-in of all non-hand luggage had to be suspended. British Airways which has the exclusive use of the new terminal appologized for what it called teasing problems. Terminal Five, which is Britain's biggest enclosed space, costs more than 8.5 billion dollars to build. Heathrow is one of the world's busiest airports and has suffered from a over-crowding due to the increasing demand for air-travel.

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BBC news with Jonathan Izzard.

The Iraqi authorities have imposed a three day curfew in the Capital Baghdad after fighting intensified between Iraqi Army and Shiite militiamen.The United States has told all personnel its embassy in Baghdad not to leave reinforced structures in the Green Zone .President Bush has praised the Iraqi Prime Minister // for vowing to fight Shiite militias to the end .The Shiite leader Moqtada Sadr has called for a political solution .Christine follow reports from Baghdad.

All movements have been banned in Baghdad from now until early on Sunday morning .The enforcement of curfew is an indication of how insecure the capital has become .There have been several clashes here including one between the American forces and the fighters from Mahdi army .Throughout the day rockets and mortars were fired towards the Green Zone where the governments and the embassies are based. Many reached their targets but some fell short killing civilians.


There has also been extensive fighting in Basra ,where the number of dead has risen steeply.Local people say that they are beginning to run out of food and water .

The price of crude oil has risen 2 dollars a barrel after a key Iraq oil  pipeline was blown up in Basra .The attack is set to have reduced export by a fifth .The price went up to about 108 dollars a barrel in New York because of the fears that fighting in Iraq might disrupt the global oil market. Our BBC correspondent says disruptions in any producer country are often quickly reflected in higher prices because there isnt much spare production capacity .


A right wing Dutch politician Geert Wilders has posted on the internet , a film that is highly critical of Islam.The 16 minute video intercuts passages from // with footage of speeches by radical Muslim clerics.The Dutch government had appealed for it to be abandoned .From Boher .Jodi // reports . Geert Wilders says his doesn’t intend his film to be a provovation. And that he wants to discuss it in a debate with Muslims .The film “**” begin with images of the Sep 11th attack in NewYork in 2001. It contains shocking clips from media archieves and news headlines and Geert wilders' opinion, that Islam is dangerous for the west .


The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Franch President Nicolas Sarkozy had announced a plan to help educate children in Africa.Mr.Brown said two countries and their football authorities will finance the schooling of 16 million children by the start of football World Cup in south Africa in 2010.They were speaking at the stadium of Arsenal football club in London which has a French manager and some French players .Gordon Brown said the two countries needed to work together to face global challengers. " Together, We will address the challenges of this new global era .Together we are well-placed to do so .Our two countries are at the heart of what we want to be an outward looking, a globally-focused Euro .

 

World news from the BBC


The newly-published report says gangsters and prominent politicians in Nigeria formed a dangerous alliance during an outbreak of violence that kills dozens of people. The report
investigates clashes between rival gangs, armed with assult rifles, machine gangs and machetes in the oil-rich delta region following elections last year. The NewYork based group Human Rights Watch says none of the gang leaders or their powerful political backers have been prosecuted.It said promises by President // to end the violence on Nige delta have come to nothing .


Two days before elections in Zimbabwe, President Robert Mugabe has blamed western sanctions for the economic crisis in the country .Speaking at the election rally in the Capital Harare. Mr.Mugabe said sanctions were depriving Zimbabwe of essential medical supplies. At the event ,Mr.Mugabe gave away more then 400 cars to doctors in government hospitals. //reports from neighbouring South Africa.

 

Doctors and nurses have frequently gone on strike in recent year complaining their salaries haven’t kept pace with hypering inflation in Zimbabwe .Thousands of qualified medical staff have left the country .Essential drugs and other supplies are largely absent .President Mugabe says it is not the fault of his government , instead, he accuses Britain and United.States of being behind the problems because of sanctions. In fact , the sanction applied only to members of  Zimbabwe's ruling elite. Restrictions on trade are confined to arm sales .


The long awaited openning of 5th terminal of London's Heathrow airport has been marred by accuse ,disruption and cancellation .The checkin of all non-hand luggage has to be suspended .British Airways which has exclusive use of new terminals has apologized for what it called teasing problems .Terminal five, which is British's biggest enclosed space, cost more then 8.5 billion dollars to build . Heathrow is one of world’s busiest airports and have suffered from the overcrowding due to the increasing demand for air travel .

 

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BBC news with Jonathan Izzard.

 

The Iraqi authorities have imposed a three day curfew in the Capital Baghdad after fighting intensified between the Iraqi Army and Shiite militiamen. The United States has told all personnel at its embassy in Baghdad not to leave reinforced structures in the Green Zone .President Bush has praised the Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki  for vowing to fight Shiite militias to the end .The Shiite leader Moqtada Sadr has called for a political solution. Crispin Thorold reports from Baghdad

 

All movement has been banned in Baghdad from now until early on Sunday morning .The enforcement of curfew is an indication of how insecure the capital has become .There have been several clashes here including one between /American forces and the fighters from the Mahdi army .Throughout the day rockets and mortars were fired towards the Green Zone where the governments and / embassies are based. Many reached their targets but some fell short killing civilians.There has also been extensive fighting in Basra ,where the number of dead has risen steeply. Local people say that they are beginning to run out of food and water .

 

The price of crude oil has risen 2 dollars a barrel after a key Iraq oil pipeline was blown up in Basra .The attack is set to a reduced export by a fifth .The price went up to about 108 dollars a barrel in New York because of / fears that the fighting in Iraq might disrupt the global oil market. Our BBC correspondent says disruptions in any producer country are often quickly reflected in higher prices because there isn’t much spare production capacity .

 

A right wing Dutch politician Geert Wilders has posted on the internet , a film that is highly critical of Islam. The 16 minute video intercuts passages from the Koran with footage of speeches by radical Muslim clerics. The Dutch government had appealed for it to be abandoned .From the Hague, Geraldine Coughlin reports .

 

Geert Wilders says he doesn’t intend his film to be a provocation. And that he wants to discuss it in a debate with Muslims .The film “Fitna” begins with images of the Sep 11th attacks in New York in 2001. It contains shocking clips from media archives and news headlines and Geert wilders' opinion that Islam is dangerous for the West.

 

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and French President Nicolas Sarkozy had announced a plan to help educate children in Africa. Mr.Brown said two countries and their football authorities will finance the schooling of 16 million children by the start of football World Cup in south Africa in 2010.They were speaking at the stadium of Arsenal football club in London which has a French manager and some French players .Gordon Brown said the two countries needed to work together to face global challenges.

 

"Together, We will address the challenges of this new global era .Together we are well-placed to do so. Our two countries are at the heart of what we want to be an outward looking and globally focused Europe .

 

 World news from the BBC

 

A newly-published report says gangsters and prominent politicians in Nigeria formed a dangerous alliance during an outbreak of violence that killed dozens of people. The report investigates clashes between rival gangs, armed with assault rifles, machine guns and machetes in the oil-rich delta region following elections last year. The New York based group Human Rights Watch says none of the gang leaders or their powerful political backers has been prosecuted. It said promises by President Umaru Yar'Adua to end the violence in the Niger Delta have come to nothing .

 

Two days before elections in Zimbabwe, President Robert Mugabe has blamed western sanctions for the economic crisis in the country.Speaking at an election rally in the Capital Harare. Mr.Mugabe said sanctions were depriving Zimbabwe of essential medical supplies. At the event, Mr.Mugabe gave away more then 400 cars to doctors in government hospitals. Grant Ferrett reports from neighboring South Africa.

 

Doctors and nurses have frequently gone on strike in recent year complaining that their salaries haven’t kept pace with hyperinflation in Zimbabwe .Thousands of qualified medical staff have left the country .Essential drugs and other supplies are largely absent .President Mugabe says it is not the fault of his government, instead, he accuses Britain and the United States of being behind the problems because of sanctions. In fact , the sanction applied only to members of Zimbabwe's ruling elite. Restrictions on trade are confined to arms sales.

 

The long awaited opening of a 5th terminal of London's Heathrow airport has been marred by queues, disruption and cancellations .The check-in of all non-hand luggages just have to be suspended.British Airways, which has exclusive use of the new terminal/, has apologized for what it called "teething problems" .Terminal five, which is British's biggest enclosed space, cost more then 8.5 billion dollars to build . Heathrow is one of world’s busiest airports and has suffered from /overcrowding due to the increasing demand for air travel .

 

 

 

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The Iraqi authorities have been imposed three-day-curfew in the capital, Baghdad after fighting intensified between the Iraqi army and Shia militia men. The United Stats has told all personalities and ambassador in Baghdad not to leave reinforce structures in the Green Zone. President Bush has appraised Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Maliki who vowing to fight the Shia militias to the end. The Shia leader Moqtada Sadr' has called for a political solution. Crispin Thorold reports from Baghdad.

 

All movements have been banned in Baghdad from now until early on Sunday morning. The enforcement of curfew is an indication of how insecure the capital has become. There have been several clashes here, including one between American forces and the fighters from Mehdi Army. Throughout the day, rockets and mortars were fired toward the Green Zone where the governments and embassies are based. Many reached the targets but some fell shot killing civilians. There has also been an extensive fighting in Basra, while the number of dead has risen steeply. Local people say they are beginning to run out of food and water.

 

The price of crude oil has risen 2 dollars a barrel after a key Iraqi pipeline was blown up in Basra. The attack is said to have reduced the exports by a fifth. The price went up to about 180 dollars a barrel in New York because it fears that the fighting in southern Iraq might disrupt the global oil market. Our BBC correspondent says disruptions in any produce country are often quickly reflected in higher prices because there is not much spell production capacity.          

 

A right-wing Dutch politician Geert Wilders has posted on the internet a film that is highly critical of Islam. The 16-minitue video intercuts passages from Koran with footages of speeches by radical Muslim crackers. The Dutch government had appealed for it to be abandoned. // reports.

 

Geert Wilders says he doesn’t intend his film to be a provocation. And he wants to discuss it in a debate with Muslims. The film phenomena begins with images of the September 11, attacks in New York in 2001. It contains shocking clips from media archives and news headlines and Geert Wilders’s opinion that Islam is dangerous for the west.

 

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and French President Nicolas Sarkozy had announced a plan to help educate children in Africa. Mr. Brown said the two countries football authorities would finance the schooling of 16 million children by the start of the Football World Cup in South Africa in 2010. They were speaking in the stadium of Arsenal football club in London which has a French manager and some French players. Gordon Brown said the two countries needed to work together to face global challenges.

 

Together we will address the challenges of this new global era. Together we are well placed to do so. Our two countries are at the heart of what we want to be an outward-looking and globally focused Europe.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

A newly published report says gangsters in the prominent politician in Nigeria formed dangerous lines during a outbreak of violence that killed dozens of people. The report investigates clashes between rival gangs armed with assault rifles, machine guns // in the oil rich delta region following elections last year. The New York based group human rights watch none of the gang leaders, all the powerful political backers has been prosecuted. It says promises by President Umaru Yar'Adua to end the violence in Nigeria delta have come to nothing.

 

Two days before elections in Zimbabwe, President Robert Mugabe has blamed western sanctions for the economic crisis in the country. Speaking at the election rally in the capital Harare, Mr. Mugabe said sanctions were depriving Zimbabweans of essential medical supplies. After the event, Mr. Mugabe gave away more than 400 cars to doctors in government hospitals.  // reports from neighboring South Africa.  

 

Doctors and nurses have frequently gone on strike in recent years, complaining their salaries haven’t kept pace with // inflation in Zimbabwe. Thousands of qualified medical staff have left the country. Essential drugs and other supplies are largely absent. President Mugabe says it is not the fault of his government instead he accused Britain and the United States of having been behind the problems because of sanctions. In fact, the sanction is applied only to members of Zimbabwe’s ruling a lead. The striction on trade are confined to arm sales.

 

The long-awaited opening of the fifth terminal at London Heathrow Airport has been marred by cues, disruption and cancellations. The check in of all non-hand luggages has had to be suspended. British Airways which has exclusive use of the terminal has apologized for what it called tearing problems.Terminal5 which is Britain’s biggest clothing space cost more than 8.5 billion dollars to build. Heathrow is one of the world’s busiest airports. And he suffered from overcrowding due to the increasing demand for air travel.

 

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The Iraqi authorities have imposed a three day curfew in the Capital Baghdad after fighting intensified between the Iraqi Army and Shiite militiamen. The United States has told all personnel at its embassy in Baghdad not to leave reinforced structures in the Green Zone .President Bush has praised the Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki  for vowing to fight Shiite militias to the end .The Shiite leader Moqtada Sadr has called for a political solution. Crispin Thorold reports from Baghdad

 

All movement has been banned in Baghdad from now until early on Sunday morning .The enforcement of curfew is an indication of how insecure the capital has become .There have been several clashes here including one between /American forces and the fighters from the Mahdi army .Throughout the day rockets and mortars were fired towards the Green Zone where the governments and / embassies are based. Many reached their targets but some fell short killing civilians. There has also been extensive fighting in Basra ,where the number of dead has risen steeply. Local people say that they are beginning to run out of food and water .

 

The price of crude oil has risen 2 dollars a barrel after a key Iraq oil pipeline was blown up in Basra .The attack is set to a reduced export by a fifth .The price went up to about 108 dollars a barrel in New York because of / fears that the fighting in southern Iraq might disrupt the global oil market. Our BBC correspondent says disruptions in any producer country are often quickly reflected in higher prices because there isn’t much spare production capacity .

 

A right wing Dutch politician Geert Wilders has posted on the internet , a film that is highly critical of Islam. The 16 minute video intercuts passages from the Koran with footage of speeches by radical Muslim clerics. The Dutch government had appealed for it to be abandoned .From the Hague, Geraldine Coughlin reports .

 

Geert Wilders says he doesn’t intend his film to be a provocation. And that he wants to discuss it in a debate with Muslims .The film “Fitna” begins with images of the Sep 11th attacks in New York in 2001. It contains shocking clips from media archives and news headlines and Geert wilders' opinion that Islam is dangerous for the West.

 

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and French President Nicolas Sarkozy had announced a plan to help educate children in Africa. Mr Brown said two countries and their football authorities will finance the schooling of 16 million children by the start of football World Cup in south Africa in 2010.They were speaking at the stadium of Arsenal football club in London which has a French manager and some French players .Gordon Brown said the two countries needed to work together to face global challenges.

 

"Together, We will address the challenges of this new global era .Together we are well-placed to do so. Our two countries are at the heart of what we want to be an outward looking and globally focused Europe .

 

 World news from the BBC

 

A newly-published report says gangsters and prominent politicians in Nigeria formed a dangerous alliance during an outbreak of violence that killed dozens of people. The report investigates clashes between rival gangs, armed with assault rifles, machine guns and machetes in the oil-rich delta region following elections last year. The New York based group Human Rights Watch says none of the gang leaders or their powerful political backers has been prosecuted. It said promises by President Umaru Yar'Adua to end the violence in the Niger Delta have come to nothing .

 

Two days before elections in Zimbabwe, President Robert Mugabe has blamed western sanctions for the economic crisis in the country. Speaking at an election rally in the Capital Harare. Mr.Mugabe said sanctions were depriving Zimbabwe of essential medical supplies. At the event, Mr.Mugabe gave away more then 400 cars to doctors in government hospitals. Grant Ferrett reports from neighboring South Africa.

 

Doctors and nurses have frequently gone on strike in recent year complaining that their salaries haven’t kept pace with hyperinflation in Zimbabwe .Thousands of qualified medical staff have left the country .Essential drugs and other supplies are largely absent .President Mugabe says it is not the fault of his government, instead, he accuses Britain and the United States of being behind the problems because of sanctions. In fact , the sanction applied only to members of Zimbabwe's ruling elite. Restrictions on trade are confined to arms sales.

 

The long awaited opening of a 5th terminal of London's Heathrow airport has been marred by queues, disruption and cancellations .The check-in of all non-hand luggages just have to be suspended. British Airways, which has exclusive use of the new terminal/, has apologized for what it called "teething problems" .Terminal five, which is British's biggest enclosed space, cost more then 8.5 billion dollars to build . Heathrow is one of world’s busiest airports and has suffered from /overcrowding due to the increasing demand for air travel .

 

 

 

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The Iraqi authorities have imposed a three-day curfew in the Capital Baghdad after fighting intensified between the Iraqi Army and Shiite militiamen. The United States has told all personnel at its embassy in Baghdad not to leave reinforced structures in the Green Zone .President Bush has praised the Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki for vowing to fight Shiite militias to the end .The Shiite leader Moqtada Sadr has called for a political solution. Crispin Thorold reports from Baghdad

 

All movement has been banned in Baghdad from now until early on Sunday morning. The enforcement of curfew is an indication of how insecure the capital has become .There have been several clashes here including one between American forces and the fighters from the Mahdi army .Throughout the day rockets and mortars were fired towards the Green Zone where the governments and embassies are based. Many reached their targets but some fell short killing civilians. There has also been extensive fighting in Basra, where the number of dead has risen steeply. Local people say that they are beginning to run out of food and water .

 

The price of crude oil has risen 2 dollars a barrel after a key Iraq oil pipeline was blown up in Basra .The attack is said to have reduced exports by a fifth. The price went up to about 108 dollars a barrel in New York because of fears that the fighting in southern Iraq might disrupt the global oil market. Our BBC correspondent says disruptions in any producer country are often quickly reflected in higher prices because there isn’t much spare production capacity.

 

A right-wing Dutch politician Geert Wilders has posted on the Internet a film that is highly critical of Islam. The 16-minute video intercuts passages from the Koran with footage of speeches by radical Muslim clerics. The Dutch government had appealed for it to be abandoned .From the Hague, Geraldine Coughlin reports .

 

Geert Wilders says he doesn’t intend his film to be a provocation. And that he wants to discuss it in a debate with Muslims. The film “Fitna” begins with images of the Sep 11th attacks in New York in 2001. It contains shocking clips from media archives and news headlines and Geert wilders' opinion that Islam is dangerous for the West.

 

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and French President Nicolas Sarkozy had announced a plan to help educate children in Africa. Mr Brown said the two countries and their football authorities would finance the school in 16 million children by the start of the Football World Cup in South Africa in 2010. They were speaking at the stadium of Arsenal football club in London which has a French manager and some French players .Gordon Brown said the two countries needed to work together to face global challenges.

 

"Together, We will address the challenges of this new global era .Together we are well-placed to do so. Our two countries are at the heart of what we want to be an outward looking and globally-focused Europe.

 

World News from the BBC

 

A newly-published report says gangsters and prominent politicians in Nigeria formed a dangerous alliance during an outbreak of violence that killed dozens of people. The report investigates clashes between rival gangs, armed with assault rifles, machine guns and machetes in the oil-rich delta region following elections last year. The New York-based group Human Rights Watch says none of the gang leaders or their powerful political backers has been prosecuted. It said promises by President Umaru Yar'Adua to end the violence in the Niger Delta have come to nothing.

 

Two days before elections in Zimbabwe, President Robert Mugabe has blamed western sanctions for the economic crisis in the country. Speaking at an election rally in the Capital Harare. Mr.Mugabe said sanctions were depriving Zimbabwe of essential medical supplies. At the event, Mr.Mugabe gave away more then 400 cars to doctors in government hospitals. Grant Ferrett reports from neighboring South Africa.

 

Doctors and nurses have frequently gone on strike in recent year complaining that their salaries haven’t kept pace with hyperinflation in Zimbabwe .Thousands of qualified medical staff have left the country. Essential drugs and other supplies are largely absent.. President Mugabe says it is not the fault of his government, instead, he accuses Britain and the United States of being behind the problems because of sanctions. In fact, the sanction applied only to members of Zimbabwe's ruling elite. Restrictions on trade are confined to arms sales.

 

The long-awaited opening of a 5th terminal of London's Heathrow airport has been marred by queues, disruption and cancellations .The check-in of all non-hand luggages just have to be suspended. British Airways, which has exclusive use of the new terminal, has apologized for what it called "teething problems". Terminal Five, which is Britain's biggest enclosed space, cost more then 8.5 billion dollars to build. Heathrow is one of world’s busiest airports and has suffered from overcrowding due to the increasing demand for air travel.


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The Iraqi authorities have imposed a three-day curfew in the Capital Baghdad after fighting intensified between the Iraqi Army and Shiite militiamen. The United States has told all personnel at its embassy in Baghdad not to leave reinforced structures in the Green Zone .President Bush has praised the Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki for vowing to fight Shiite militias to the end .The Shiite leader Moqtada Sadr has called for a political solution. Crispin Thorold reports from Baghdad

 

All movement has been banned in Baghdad from now until early on Sunday morning. The enforcement of curfew is an indication of how insecure the capital has become .There have been several clashes here including one between American forces and the fighters from the Mahdi army .Throughout the day rockets and mortars were fired towards the Green Zone where the governments and embassies are based. Many reached their targets but some fell short killing civilians. There has also been extensive fighting in Basra, where the number of dead has risen steeply. Local people say that they are beginning to run out of food and water .

 

The price of crude oil has risen 2 dollars a barrel after a key Iraq oil pipeline was blown up in Basra .The attack is said to have reduced exports by a fifth. The price went up to about 108 dollars a barrel in New York because of fears that the fighting in southern Iraq might disrupt the global oil market. Our BBC correspondent says disruptions in any producer country are often quickly reflected in higher prices because there isn’t much spare production capacity.

 

A right-wing Dutch politician Geert Wilders has posted on the Internet a film that is highly critical of Islam. The 16-minute video intercuts passages from the Koran with footage of speeches by radical Muslim clerics. The Dutch government had appealed for it to be abandoned .From the Hague, Geraldine Coughlin reports .

 

Geert Wilders says he doesn’t intend his film to be a provocation. And that he wants to discuss it in a debate with Muslims. The film “Fitna” begins with images of the Sep 11th attacks in New York in 2001. It contains shocking clips from media archives and news headlines and Geert wilders' opinion that Islam is dangerous for the West.

 

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and French President Nicolas Sarkozy had announced a plan to help educate children in Africa. Mr Brown said the two countries and their football authorities would finance the schooling of 16 million children by the start of the Football World Cup in South Africa in 2010. They were speaking at the stadium of Arsenal football club in London which has a French manager and some French players .Gordon Brown said the two countries needed to work together to face global challenges.

 

"Together, We will address the challenges of this new global era .Together we are well-placed to do so. Our two countries are at the heart of what we want to be an outward looking and globally-focused Europe.

 

World News from the BBC

 

A newly-published report says gangsters and prominent politicians in Nigeria formed a dangerous alliance during an outbreak of violence that killed dozens of people. The report investigates clashes between rival gangs, armed with assault rifles, machine guns and machetes in the oil-rich delta region following elections last year. The New York-based group Human Rights Watch says none of the gang leaders or their powerful political backers has been prosecuted. It said promises by President Umaru Yar'Adua to end the violence in the Niger Delta have come to nothing.

 

Two days before elections in Zimbabwe, President Robert Mugabe has blamed western sanctions for the economic crisis in the country. Speaking at an election rally in the Capital Harare. Mr.Mugabe said sanctions were depriving Zimbabwe of essential medical supplies. At the event, Mr.Mugabe gave away more then 400 cars to doctors in government hospitals. Grant Ferrett reports from neighboring South Africa.

 

Doctors and nurses have frequently gone on strike in recent year complaining that their salaries haven’t kept pace with hyperinflation in Zimbabwe .Thousands of qualified medical staff have left the country. Essential drugs and other supplies are largely absent.. President Mugabe says it is not the fault of his government, instead, he accuses Britain and the United States of being behind the problems because of sanctions. In fact, the sanction applied only to members of Zimbabwe's ruling elite. Restrictions on trade are confined to arms sales.

 

The long-awaited opening of a 5th terminal of London's Heathrow airport has been marred by queues, disruption and cancellations .The check-in of all non-hand luggages just have to be suspended. British Airways, which has exclusive use of the new terminal, has apologized for what it called "teething problems". Terminal Five, which is Britain's biggest enclosed space, cost more then 8.5 billion dollars to build. Heathrow is one of world’s busiest airports and has suffered from overcrowding due to the increasing demand for air travel.


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