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BBC news with Marian Marshall

 

Foreign Ministers from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations are holding an emergency meeting in Singapore shortly, to discuss ways of helping victims of the cyclone which hit Burma two weeks ago. The ministers would be hoping that Burma's generals who blocked all but a fraction of the foreign aid offered so far might accept help from Asian countries. Jonathan Head reports from Singapore .

 

The humanitarian crisis in the Irrawaddy Delta is causing such a storm of international outrage that some ASEAN governments recognize that they have to act. This is likely to take the form of an ASEAN-led emergency relief effort , using Asian organizations to channel international aid as their citizens may be more acceptable to Burma's xenophobic generals. The meeting in Singapore will also provide an opportunity for the ASEAN foreign ministers to make their abhorrence known to their Burmese colleague . Although such protests have had little impact in the past .

 

China has started three days of national mourning for the victims of last week's massive earthquake in Sichuan, which killed tens of thousands of people and left millions homeless. All public entertainment has been cancelled, and national flags at home and abroad are flying at half-mast. Three minutes of silence will be observed, starting just before half past two in the afternoon, the moment the earthquake struck last Monday. The government spokesman Guo Meiwen says the rescue effort will continue . "There are still a lot of people trapped under the rubbles. We are going to spare no effort to rescue these people so long as we've got one percent of hope, we will invest one hundred percent of efforts . And We . . We feel that we are not alone at this moment . I mean the international assistance keep flowing to China . "

 

A leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq has been sentenced to death for the murder of the Chaldean Catholic archbishop of Mosul, Paulos Faraj Rahho. The archbishop was kidnapped in the northern town of Mosul in February and his body was found two weeks later in a shallow grave close to the city. Caroline Wyatt reports from Baghdad .


The government spokesman said that Ahmed Ali Ahmed had been sentenced to death for his involvement, and he had been a wanted man for several other crimes against the people of Iraq . In the past , Mr. Maliki's government had been accused by Iraq's Christian minority of not doing enough to protect them . Churches, priests and businesses owned by Christians that make up three percent of Iraq's population have been attacked repeatedly. Many Christians / fled abroad .

 

South African police say at least 12 people had been killed in continuing attacks on migrant workers in and around Johannesburg. The violence started in outlying townships a week ago and it spread to the city centre . Police used teargas and rubber bullets to try to stop armed youths attacking foreigners and looting and burning their property, hundreds of migrant workers took refuge in police stations and churches .

 

World news from the BBC .

 

New research in India suggests that the exposure to pesticides could have caused damage to the DNA of people in agricultural communities, leading to increased rates of cancer. The study was carried out by scientists of Patiala University and the state of Punjab, who followed a group of farmers for several months. David Loyn reports .


There have been concerns about potential links between agricultural pesticides and cancer for several years. This new study discovered that the DNA of farmers in Punjab has been altered, making them susceptible to cancer, and the study ruled out other factors such as age , alcohol intake and smoking , concluding that the probable cause of this fundamental change in the building block of life was the use of pesticide sprays. Salil Singhal of the industry trade association,the Crop Care Federation of India said this causal link could not be possible .

 

The High Court in Bangladesh has ruled that some 150,000 Urdu-speaking Muslim refugees have the right to be Bangladeshi citizens. The court said those who are minors at the time of the Bangladeshi War of Independent in 1971 and those who were born after would also gain the right to vote. The court ruling benefits Muslim refugees known locally as Biharis.


The authorities in Pakistan have warned the people hoarding wheat or have their stocks confiscated , unless they sell it to government agencies. The government is predicting that the production of wheat, a staple in Pakistan, will fall one million tons short of what the country requires . It thought some traders are illegally selling wheat intended for domestic use to other markets in central Asia .

 

At least twenty thousand people have marched through central Paris against the / French government's plans to cut more than ten thousand posts in the education sector. The protesters are also unhappy about a proposal by President Sarkozy to change the law to force classrooms to stay open in the event of strike action.


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BBC news with Marian Marshall

 

Foreign Ministers from the Association of Southeastern Asian Nations are holding an emergency meeting in Singapore shortly, to discuss ways of helping victims of the cyclone which hit Burma two weeks ago. The ministers would be hoping that Burma's generals who blocked all but a fraction of the foreign aid offered so far might accept the help from Asian countries. Jonathan Head reports from Singapore.

 

The humanitarian crisis in the Irrawaddy Delta is causing such a storm of international outrage, that some ASEAN governments recognize they have to act. This is likely to take the form of an ASEAN-led emergency relief effort, using Asian organizations to channel international aid, as their citizens may be more acceptable to Burma's xenophobic generals. The meeting in Singapore will also provide an opportunity for the ASEAN foreign ministers to make their abhorrence known to their Burmese colleague, although such protests have had little impact in the past.

 

China has started three days of national mourning for the victims of last week's massive earthquake in Sichuan, which killed tens of thousands of people and left millions homeless. All public entertainment has been cancelled, and national flags at home abroad are flying at half-mast. Three minutes of silence will be observed, starting just before half past two in the afternoon, the moment the earthquake struck last Monday.

 

The government spokesman Guo Meiwen says the rescue effort will continue. “There are still a lot of people trapped under the rubbles. We are going to spare no effort to rescue these people so long as we've got one percent of hope, we will embrace one hundred percent of efforts, and we, we feel that we, we are not alone at this moment. I mean the international assistance keeps flowing to China."

 

A leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq has been sentenced to death for the murder of Chaldean Catholic Archbishop Paulos Faraj Rahho. The Archbishop was kidnapped in the northern town of Muslim February and his body was found two weeks later in a shallow grave close to the city. Caroline White reports from Bagdad.

 

The government spokesman said Ahmed Ali Ahmed had been sentenced to death for his involvement, and he had been a wanted man for several other crimes against the people of Iraq. In the past, // government had been accused by Iraq Christian minority of not doing enough to protect them. Churches, priests and businesses owned by Christians that make up three percent of Iraq's population have been attacked repeatedly. Many Christians have fled abroad.

 

South African police say at least 12 people had been killed in continuing attacks on migrant workers in and around of Johannesburg. The violence started in outlying townships a week ago and spread to the city centre. Police used teargas and rubber bullets to try to stop armed youths attacking foreigners and losing in burning their property, hundreds of migrant workers to refugee police stations and churches.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

New research in India suggests that the exposure to pesticide could have caused damage to the DNA of people in agricultural communities, leading to / increase rate of cancer. The study was carried out by scientists of // University and the state of //, who followed a group of farmers for several months. David Loyn reports.

 

They have been concerns about potential links between agricultural pesticide and cancer for several years. This new study discovered that the DNA of farmers in // has been altered, making them acceptable to cancer , and this study ruled out to other factors such as age , alcohol , and taken in smoking , concluding the probable cause of this fundamental change in the building block of life was the use of pesticide sprays . // single of the industry trade association, the Crop Care Federation of India said this cause of link could not be possible.

 

The High Court in Bangladesh has ruled some one hundred and fifty thousand // speaking Muslin refugees have the right to be Bangladesh citizens. The court said those who are minors of the town of the Bangladesh War Independent in 1971 and those who were born after would also gain the right to vote. The court ruling benefits to Muslim refugees known locally as be //.

 

The authorities in Pakistan have warned the people halting wheat will have their stocks confiscated, unless they sell it to government agencies. The government has predicted in the production of wheat stable in Pakistan, will fall one million ton short to what the country requires. It’s thought some traders are illegally selling wheat, intending for domestic use to other markets in Central Asia.

 

At least twenty thousand people have marched to central Paris against the French government plans to cut more than ten thousand posts in the education sector. The protesters are also unhappy about the proposal by President Sarkozy to change the law to force classrooms to stay open in the event of strike action.



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BBC news with Marian Marshall

 

Foreign Ministers from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations are holding an emergency meeting in Singapore shortly, to discuss ways of helping victims of the cyclone which hit Burma two weeks ago. The ministers would be hoping that Burma's generals who blocked all but a fraction of the foreign aid offered so far might accept help from Asian countries. Jonathan Head reports from Singapore .

 

The humanitarian crisis in the Irrawaddy Delta is causing such a storm of international outrage that some ASEAN governments recognize that they have to act. This is likely to take the form of an ASEAN-led emergency relief effort , using Asian organizations to channel international aid as their citizens may be more acceptable to Burma's xenophobic generals. The meeting in Singapore will also provide an opportunity for the ASEAN foreign ministers to make their abhorrence known to their Burmese colleague . Although such protests have had little impact in the past .

 

China has started three days of national mourning for the victims of last week's massive earthquake in Sichuan, which killed tens of thousands of people and left millions homeless. All public entertainment has been cancelled, and national flags at home and abroad are flying at half-mast. Three minutes of silence will be observed, starting just before half past two in the afternoon, the moment the earthquake struck last Monday. The government spokesman Guo Meiwen says the rescue effort will continue . "There are still a lot of people trapped under the rubbles. We are going to spare no effort to rescue these people so long as we've got one percent of hope, we will invest one hundred percent of efforts . And We . . We feel that we are not alone at this moment . I mean the international assistance keep flowing to China .

 

A leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq has been sentenced to death for the murder of the Chaldean Catholic archbishop of Mosul, Paulos Faraj Rahho. The archbishop was kidnapped in the northern town of Mosul in February and his body was found two weeks later in a shallow grave close to the city. Caroline Wyatt reports from Baghdad .

 

The government spokesman said that Ahmed Ali Ahmed had been sentenced to death for his involvement, and he had been a wanted man for several other crimes against the people of Iraq . In the past , Mr. Maliki's government had been accused by Iraq's Christian minority of not doing enough to protect them . Churches, priests and businesses owned by Christians that make up three percent of Iraq's population have been attacked repeatedly. Many Christians / fled abroad .

 

South African police say at least 12 people had been killed in continuing attacks on migrant workers in and around Johannesburg. The violence started in outlying townships a week ago and it spread to the city centre . Police used teargas and rubber bullets to try to stop armed youths attacking foreigners and looting and burning their property, hundreds of migrant workers took refuge in police stations and churches .

World news from the BBC .

 

New research in India suggests that the exposure to pesticides could have caused damage to the DNA of people in agricultural communities, leading to increased rates of cancer. The study was carried out by scientists of Patiala University and the state of Punjab, who followed a group of farmers for several months. David Loyn reports .

There have been concerns about potential links between agricultural pesticides and cancer for several years. This new study discovered that the DNA of farmers in Punjab has been altered, making them susceptible to cancer, and the study ruled out other factors such as age , alcohol intake and smoking , concluding that the probable cause of this fundamental change in the building block of life was the use of pesticide sprays. Salil Singhal of the industry trade association,the Crop Care Federation of India said this causal link could not be possible .

 

The High Court in Bangladesh has ruled that some 150,000 Urdu-speaking Muslim refugees have the right to be Bangladeshi citizens. The court said those who are minors at the time of the Bangladeshi War of Independence in 1971 and those who were born after would also gain the right to vote. The court ruling benefits Muslim refugees known locally as Biharis.

 

The authorities in Pakistan have warned the people hoarding wheat or have their stocks confiscated , unless they sell it to government agencies. The government is predicting that the production of wheat, a staple in Pakistan, will fall one million tons short of what the country requires . It thought some traders are illegally selling wheat intended for domestic use to other markets in central Asia .

 

At least twenty thousand people have marched through central Paris against the / French government's plans to cut more than ten thousand posts in the education sector. The protesters are also unhappy about a proposal by President Sarkozy to change the law to force classrooms to stay open in the event of strike action.

 

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BBC news with Marian Marshall

 

Foreign Ministers from the Association of South Eastern Nations are holding an emergency meeting in Singapore shortly, to discuss ways of helping victims of the cyclone which hit Burma two weeks ago. The ministers would be hoping that Burma's generals who blocked all but a fraction of the foreign aid offered so far might accept the help from Asian countries. Jonathan Head reports from Singapore.

 

The humanitarian crisis in the Irrawaddy Delta is causing such a storm of international outrage, that some ASEAN governments recognize they have to act. This is likely to take the form of an ASEAN-led emergency relief effort, using Asian organizations to channel international aid, as their citizens may be more acceptable to Burma's xenophobic generals. The meeting in Singapore will also provide an opportunity for the ASEAN foreign ministers to make their abhorrence known their Burmese colleague, although such protest have had little impact in the past.

 

China has started three days of national mourning for the victims of last week's massive earthquake in Sichuan, which killed tens of thousands of people and left millions homeless. All public entertainment has been cancelled, and national flags at home and abroad are flying at half-mast. Three minutes of silence will be observed, starting just before half past two in the afternoon, the moment the earthquake struck last Monday.

 

The government spokesman Guo Meiwen says the rescue effort will continue. “There are still a lot of people trapped under the rubbles. We are going to spare no effort to rescue these people so long as we've got one percent of hope, we will embrace one hundred percent of efforts, and we, we feel that we are not alone at this moment. I mean the international assistance keeps flowing to China."

 

A leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq has been sentenced to death for the murder of Chaldean Catholic Archbishop of Mosul, Paulos Faraj Rahho. The Archbishop was kidnapped in the northern town of Mosul in February and his body was found two weeks later in a shallow grave close to the city. Caroline Wyatt reports from Bagdad.

 

The government spokesman said that Ahmed Ali Ahmed had been sentenced to death for his involvement, and had been a wanted man for several other crimes against the people of Iraq. In the past, Mr. Maliki’s government has been accused by Iraq Christian minority of not doing enough to protect them. Churches, priests and businesses owned by Christians that make up 3% of Iraq's population have been attacked repeatedly. Many Christians have fled abroad.

 

South African police said at least 12 people had been killed in continuing attacks on migrant workers in and around Johannesburg. The violence started in outlying townships a week ago and spread to the city centre. Police used teargas and rubber bullets to try to stop armed youths attacking foreigners and looting and burning their property. Hundreds of migrant workers took refuge in police stations and churches.

 

World news from the BBC .

 

New research in India suggests that the exposure to pesticide could have caused damage to the DNA of people in agricultural communities, leading to an increase rate of cancer. The study was carried out by scientists of Patiala University and the state of Punjab, who followed a group of farmers for several months. David Loyn reports.

 

There have been concerns about potential links between agricultural pesticide and cancer for several years. This new study discovered that the DNA of farmers in Panjab has been altered, making them susceptible to cancer , and this study ruled out other factors such as age, alcohol intake and smoking, concluding the probable cause of this fundamental change in the building block of life was the use of pesticide sprays. Salil Singhai of the industry trade association, the Crop Care Federation of India said this cause of link could not be possible.

 

The High Court in Bangladesh has ruled some 150,000 Urdu speaking Muslim refugees have the right to be Bangladeshi citizens. The court said those who are minors of the town of the Bangladeshi War Independence in 1971 and those who were born after would also gain the right to vote. The court ruling benefits to Muslim refugees known locally as Biharis.

 

The authorities in Pakistan have warned the people hoarding wheat will have their stocks confiscated, unless they sell it to government agencies. The government has predicted in the production of wheat stable in Pakistan, will fall one million ton short of what the country requires. It’s thought some traders are illegally selling wheat intended for domestic use to other markets in Central Asia.

 

At least twenty thousand people have marched to central Paris against the French government’s plans to cut more than ten thousand posts in the education sector. The protesters are also unhappy about the proposal by President Sarkozy to change the law to force classrooms to stay open in the event of strike action.

 

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BBC news with Marian Marshall

 

Foreign Ministers from the Association of South Eastern Nations are holding an emergency meeting in Singapore shortly, to discuss ways of helping victims of the cyclone which hit Burma two weeks ago. The ministers would be hoping that Burma's generals who blocked all but a fraction of the foreign aid offered so far might accept the help from Asian countries. Jonathan Head reports from Singapore.

 

The humanitarian crisis in the Irrawaddy Delta is causing such a storm of international outrage, thatsome ASEAN governments recognize that they have to act. This is likely to take the form of an ASEAN-led emergency relief effort, using Asian organizations to channel international aid, as their citizens may be more acceptable to Burma's xenophobic generals. The meeting in Singapore will also provide an opportunity for the ASEAN foreign ministers to make their abhorrence known to their Burmese colleague, although such protest have had little impact in the past.

 

China has started three days of national mourning for the victims of last week's massive earthquake in Sichuan, which killed tens of thousands of people and left millions homeless. All public entertainment has been cancelled, and national flags at home and abroad are flying at half-mast. Three minutes of silence will be observed, starting just before half past two in the afternoon, the moment the earthquake struck last Monday.

 

The government spokesman Guo Meiwen says the rescue effort will continue. “There are still a lot of people trapped under the rubbles. We are going to spare no effort to rescue these people so long as we've got one percent of hope, we will embrace one hundred percent of efforts, and we, we feel that we are not alone at this moment. I mean the international assistance keeps flowing to China."

 

A leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq has been sentenced to death for the murder of Chaldean Catholic Archbishop of Mosul, Paulos Faraj Rahho. The Archbishop was kidnapped in the northern town of Mosul in February and his body was found two weeks later in a shallow grave close to the city. Caroline Wyatt reports from Bagdad. 

 

The government spokesman said that Ahmed Ali Ahmed had been sentenced to death for his involvement, and had been a wanted man for several other crimes against the people of Iraq. In the past, Mr. Maliki’s government has been accused by Iraq Christian minority of not doing enough to protect them. Churches, priests and businesses owned by Christians that make up 3% of Iraq's population have been attacked repeatedly. Many Christians have fled abroad.

 

South African police said at least 12 people had been killed in continuing attacks on migrant workers in and around Johannesburg. The violence started in outlying townships a week ago and spread to the city centre. Police used teargas and rubber bullets to try to stop armed youths attacking foreigners and looting and burning their property. Hundreds of migrant workers took refuge in police stations and churches.

 

World news from the BBC .

 

New research in India suggests that the exposure to pesticide could have caused damage to the DNA of people in agricultural communities, leading to / increase rates of cancer. The study was carried out by scientists of Patiala University and the state of Punjab, who followed a group of farmers for several months. David Loyn reports.

 

There have been concerns about potential links between agricultural pesticide and cancer for several years. This new study discovered that the DNA of farmers in Panjab has been altered, making them susceptible to cancer , and this study ruled out other factors such as age, alcohol intake and smoking, concluding the probable cause of this fundamental change in the building block of life was the use of pesticide sprays. Salil Singhai of the industry trade association, the Crop Care Federation of India, said this causal link could not be possible.

 

The High Court in Bangladesh has ruled that some 150,000 Urdu-speaking Muslim refugees have the right to be Bangladeshi citizens. The court said those who are minors of the town of the Bangladesh's War Independence in 1971 and those who were born after would also gain the right to vote. The court ruling benefits / Muslim refugees known locally as Biharis.

 

The authorities in Pakistan have warned the people hoarding wheat will have their stocks confiscated, unless they sell it to government agencies. The government has predicted in the production of wheat stable in Pakistan will fall one million ton short of what the country requires. It’s thought some traders are illegally selling wheat intended for domestic use to other markets in Central Asia.

 

At least twenty thousand people have marched to central Paris against the French government’s plans to cut more than ten thousand posts in the education sector. The protesters are also unhappy about the proposal by President Sarkozy to change the law to force classrooms to stay open in the event of strike action.

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Foreign Ministers from the Association of South Eastern Nations are holding an emergency meeting in Singapore shortly to dicuss the ways of helping victims of cyclone,which hit Burma two week ago,The Ministers wil be hoping that Burma's generals who blocked all but a fraction of foreign aid offered so far might accepted help from the Asia countries,Jonathan Head reports from Singapore.

The humanitarian crisis in the Irrawaddy Delta is causing such storm of international outrage that some ASEAN governments recognized they have to act.This is likely to take a form of an ASEAN-led emergency relief effort.Using Asian organizations to channel international aid,as their civizens may be more acceptable to Burma's xenophobic generals,the meeting of Singapore also provide opportunity for the Asean foreign ministers to make their abhorrence known to their Burmese colleague, although such process have had little impact in the past.

China has started three day's of national mourning for the victims of last week's massive earthquake in SiChuan,which killed tenth of thousands of people,and left million homeless,all public entertainment has been cancelled.And national flags at home and aboard are flying at half-mast.Three minitues of silent will be observed starting just before half past two in the afternoon , the moment earthquake struke last Monday.

The government sokesman GuoMeiWen says the rescue effort will continue,there are still a lot of people trapped under the rubble , we are going spare no effort to rescue those people so long as we got 1 percent of hope,we will embrace 100 % of efforts ,and we ,we feel that we are not alone at this moment ,I mean the international assistance keeps flowing to China.

A leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq has been sentenced to death for the murder. The Archbishop was kidnapped in the northern town of Mosul in February and his body was found two weeks later in a shallow grave close to the city. Caroline Wyatt reports from Bagdad.

The government spokesman said that Ahmed Ali Ahmed had been sentenced to death for his involvement , and had been a wanted man for several other crimes against people in Iraq,In the past, Mr. Maliki’s government has been accused by Iraq Christian minority of not doing enough to protect them.Churches, priests and businesses owned by Christians that make up 3% of Iraq's population have been attacked repeatedly. Many Christians have fled abroad.

South African police said at least 12 people had been killed in continuing attacks on migrant workers in and around Johannesburg. The violence started in outlying townships a week ago and spread to the city center,police use teargas and rubber bullets to try to stop armed youths attacking foreigners and looting and burning their property,hundreds of migrant wokers took refugee police stations and churches.

World News from the BBC.

New research in India suggest that exposure to pesticide could caused damage to the DNA ofpeople in agricultural communities,leading to increase of cancer,the study was carried out by scientists of Patiala University and the state of Punjab, who followed a group of farmers for several months,David Loyn reports.

They have been concerned about the potential links between agriculture pesticide and cancer for several years,This new study discovered that the DNA of farmers in Panjab has been altered, making them susceptible to cancer, and this study ruled out other factors such as age,alcohol intake smoking, concluding the probable cause the fundmental change in the building block of life was the use of the pesticide sprays. Salil Singhai of the industry trade association, the Crop Care Federation of India said this causal link could not be possible.

The high court in Bangladesh has ruled that some 150,000 Urdu speaking Muslim refugees have the right to be Bangladeshi citizens.The court said those who are minors of the town of the Bangladesh's War Independence in 1971 abd those who are born after would also gain the right of vote,The court ruling benefits Muslim refugees known locally as Biharis.

The authorities in Pakistan have warned the people hoarding wheat will have their stocks confiscated, unless they sell it to government agencies. The government has predicted in the production of wheat stable in Pakistan,will fall one million tons short of what the countries requires ,it's thought some traders are illegally selling wheat intended for domestic use to other markets in central Asia.

At least twenty thousand people have marched to central Paris against the French government’s plans to cut more than ten thousand posts in the education sector.The protesters are also unhappy about the proposal by President Sarkozy to change the law to force classrooms to stay open in the event of strike action

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   Foreign ministers from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations are holding an emergency meeting in Singapore shortly to discuss ways of helping victims of the Cyclone which hit Burma two weeks ago.  The ministers would be hoping that Burma's generals who blocked all but fraction of the foreign aid offered so far might accept aid from Asian countries. Jonason Hawkey reports from Singapore  The humanitarian crisis in the //delta is causing such a storm of international operate, some of the ASEAN countries recognized that they have to act. This is likely to take the form of an ASEAN emergency relief effort using Asian organization to channel international aid as their citizens may be more acceptable to Burma's xenophobic generals. The meeting in Singapore would also provide an opportunity for the ASEAN foreign ministers to make their // known to their Burmese //, although such protest have had little impact in the past.

 

   China has started three days of national mourning for the victims of last week's massive earthquake in Sichun which killed tens of thousands people and left millions homeless. All public entertainment has been cancelled and the national flag at home and abroad flying at the half mast. Three minutes of silence will be observed starting just before half past two in the afternoon, the moment the earthquake struck last Monday. The government state spokesman Guo Meimen said the rescue work will continue. There are still a lot of people trapped under the rumbles and we are going to spare no effort to rescue those people so long as we have got one percent of hope, we will invest 100 percent of effort . And we feel we are not alone at this moment. I mean the international assistance keep flowing into china.

 

A leader of //in Iraq has been sentenced to death for the murder of // , //was kidnapped in the northern town of Muslim February and his body was found two weeks later in a shallow grave close to the city . Crolina White reports from Baghdad. The government spokesman said // has been sentenced to death for his involvement and be a wanted man for several crimes against people of Iraq. In the past, Mr. Maliki's government has been accused by Iraq's Christian minority for not doing enough to protect them. Churches pristen, business owned by Christians who make up three percent of Iraq's population have been attacked repeatedly, many Christians have fled abroad.

 

     South African police said at least 12 people have been killed in continuing attacks on migrant workers in//. The violence started in outlaying township weeks ago and spread to the city centre. Police use tear gas and rumble ballet to try to stop arm-used attacking on foreigners and looting and burning their property, hundreds of foreigners to refugee police station and churches.

 

World news from the BBC

  New research in India suggests that exposure to pesticide would cause damage the DNA to people in agricultural communities, leading to an increasing rate of cancer. The study was carried out by scientists in // university in the state of // who followed a group of farmers for several month. David Louin reports There has been concerns about potential links between agricultural pesticide and cancer for several years. This new study discovered the DNA of farmers in // have been altered ,making them susceptible to cancer. And the study ruled out other factors such as the age, alcohol taking and smoking, concluding that the probable cause of the fundamental change in the building block of life was the use of the pesticide sprays . The single of the industrial trade association, the // federal of India said this cause of link could not be possible.

 

  The high court in Bangladesh has ruled that some 150,000 1 speaking muslim refugees have the right to be banked as their citizens. The court said those who were minors at the time Bangladesh war of independence in 1971 and those who were born after would also gain the right to vote. The court ruling benefits muslin refugee now locally known as beharis.

 

  The authority in Pakistan has warned that people hoarding wheat would have their store confiscated and // to government agencies. The government has predicting the production of wheat // in Pakistan would fall one million tons of short what the country requires. it is thought some traders are illegally selling wheat in terms of domestic need in other markets in central Asia.

 

  At least 20,000 people marched through central Paris against the French government's plan to cut more 10.000 posts in the education sector, the protestors are also still unhappy about the proposal by President Sarkozy to change the law to force // to stay open in the event of strike action..

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New research in India suggests that the exposure to pesticide could have caused damage to the DNA of people in agricultural communities, leading to increase risk(风险) of cancer. The study was carried out by scientists of Patiala University and the state of Punjab, who followed a group of farmers for several months. David Loyn reports.

 

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The authorities in Pakistan have warned the people hoarding [(钱、食物、贵重物品等的)贮存、聚藏;(尤指)秘藏]wheat will have their stocks confiscated, unless they sell it to government agencies. The government has predicted in the production of wheat staple(主食) in Pakistan, will fall one million ton short of what the country requires. It’s thought some traders are illegally selling wheat intended for domestic use to other markets in Central Asia.

 

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