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BBC News with Lopaco Tary:

 

Morgan. The Zimbabwean opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has declined to attend the talks chaired by the South African President Thabo Mbeki, who’s mediating in Zimbabwe’s political crisis. The meeting at the presidential offices in Harare would aboard Mr. Tsvangirai together with Robert Mugabe for the first time to discuss their election dispute. But the spokesman from Mr. Tsvangirai said he refused to attend because doing so would imply his recognition of Mr. Mugabe as president. However, speaking afterwards Mr. Mbeki said the negotiated settlement remains the best way forward.

 

“They two indeed need do more consume speed for its only process and sharing / / the Informations. In order to admit as what it is at least to be done to respond to the political situation in the country. They imitate, they end in detail, whatever so ugly, that necessarily the MDC formation led by Mr. Tsvangirai has to be part, part of those discussions.”

 

Parliament in Argentina has approved the highly controversial package of taxes concerning the exports. Farmers, who are strongly opposed to the measures, have staged to wide-spread protests of the past a few months, resulting in rise in food shortages across the country. They threatened to renew blockades in the major highways and cut off farm exports if the measures were approved by Parliament.

 

Syrian prisoners at Johnny Devaster said they’ve been involved in the confrontation with their gangs, and there have been many casualties. The Syrian observatory for human rights said at least 25 prisoners had been killed. One of the prisoners from the Islamist, who has been / face beliefs, told the BBC he thought the number of the dead would be much higher. He said as many as 200 Gaza and its / are doomed.

 

They shackled our hands behind us, confiscated our clothes and processions and beat us, and they insulted the Koran. They trout on the Koran, the Muslims couldn’t accept this insult of the Koran. It was same as what happened in Abu Grib or Guantanamo Bay. The Islamist prisoners are believed to be holding a large numbers of other prisoners’ hostage and apparent attempt to strengthen their bargaining position. There has been no comment from the Syrian authorities.

 

The brother of the Nigerian international footballer Joseph Igubu has been kidnapped by armed men in the all-producing Nager Delta. Police said the Igubu’s younger brother Norum had been forced out of his car as he left the / part of Port Hakuod. The BBC correspondent in Lego says in the past year, kidnapping relatives of wealthy Nigerians has become a big business for the new-raised criminal gangs in the Nager Delta. Joseph Igubu, who plays for the English team Everton, is on holiday in Nigeria at the moment.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

An international delegation has been visiting Iran to try to encourage reconciliation between Suni and Shiite Muslims. The group includes Mater Miguenes, a former leader of the Irish Northern Island, which suffered three decades of cannibal stripe. Mr. Miguenes, whose is now the head of the Northern Ireland government, said Iraqi factions should realize that the meaningful / negotiation was the only way to end violence. Speaking to the BBC, he also stressed the importance of a ceasefire.

 

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A senior figure in the Church of England has criticized the new alliance of / traditionalist Anglo Knets for what he describes as the / attacks on the spiritual head of the Church, the Archbishop of Canterbury Rone Williams. In a speech that archbishop of Yell Sandmu accused the fellowship of confessing Anglo Kents of trying to detain Doctor Williams into a scapegoat for the problems of the Church. The fellowship was phoned by the Conservatives last month to resist what they see as unacceptable liberal trends in the Church. Robert Pigott has more details:

 

Criticism of the traditional / / alliance, the majority of whose members are African, from a senior Uganda-born Archbishop, will resonate in the Church. However, the alliance doesn’t appear to have considerable supporter among traditional lests, including in the Senate. The alliance argued the question of the role of the office of Archbishop in Canterbury as a spiritual head of the / Union rather than criticizing Doctor Williams himself.

 

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Anna Venus Williams has beaten her younger sister Serena to retain her Wimbledon single’s title. She won a half world match in the stroke-sets 75-64.

 

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News with Lopaco Tary.

 

The Zimbabwean opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has declined to attend talks chaired by the South African President Thabo Mbeki who's is mediating in Zimbabwe's political crisis. The meeting at the presidential offices in Harare would have brought Mr. Tsvangirai together with Robert Mugabe for the first time to discuss their election dispute. But a spokesman for Mr. Tsvangirai said he refused to attend because doing so would imply recognition of Mr. Mugabe as president. However, speaking afterwards, Mr. Mbeki said a negotiated settlement remains the best way forward.

 

"We do indeed need to move with some speed to resume the process of negotiations among the Zimbabwean formations in order to agree at what it is that needs to be done to respond to the political situation in the country immediately, and indeed we are also agreed that necessarily the MDC formation led by Mr. Tsvangirai has to be part, a part of those discussions. "

 

Parliament in Argentina has approved a highly controversial package of taxes on agricultural exports. Farmers who are strongly opposed the measures have staged widespread protests over the past few months, resulting in riots and food shortages across the country. They'd threaten to renew blockades in major highways and cut off farm exports if the measures were approved by parliament.

 

Syrian prisoners at a jail in Damascus say they have been involved in a violent confrontation with their guards and there have been many casualties. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 25 prisoners have been killed. One of the prisoners, an Islamist who said he had been imprisoned for his beliefs, told the BBC he thought the number of the dead, must, would be much higher. He said as many as 200 guards entered the cell at dawn.

 

"They shackled our hands behind us, confiscated our clothes and possessions and beat us. And they insulted the Koran, and they trod on the Koran. The Muslims could not accept this insult of the Koran. It was similar to what happened in Abu Ghraib or Guantanamo Bay. "

 

The Islamist prisoners are believed to be holding a large number of other prisoners hostage in an apparent attempt to strength their bargaining position. There has been no comment from the Syrian authorities.

 

The brother of the Nigerian international footballer Joseph Yobo has been kidnapped by armed men in the oil producing Niger Delta. Police said Mr. Yobo's younger brother Norum had been forced out of his car as he left a nightclub in Port Harcourt. The BBC correspondent in Lagos says in the past year, kidnapping relatives of wealthy Nigerians has become a big business for the numerous criminal gangs in the Niger Delta. Joseph Yob, who plays for the English team Everton, is on holiday in Nigeria at the moment.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

An international delegation has been visiting Iraq to try to encourage reconciliation between Sunni and Shiite Muslims. The group includes Martin McGuiness, a former leader of the IRA in Northern Ireland, which suffered three decades of communal strife. Mr. McGuiness who is now deputy head of the Northern Ireland Government said Iraqi factions should realize that a meaningful process of negotiations was the only way to end violence. Speaking to the BBC, he also stressed the importance of a ceasefire.

 

If you look at the IRA Association in the summer of the 1994, and to find that politicians from the Democratic Unionist Party and Sinn Fein and all others are summoned together, you can clearly see that a ceasefire was the most important movement in our history, leading to our political resolution of the conflict.

 

A senior figure in the Church of England has criticized the new outlines of Anglican traditionalists for what he described as unwarranted attacks on the spiritual head of the Church, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams. In a speech, the Archbishop of York John Sentamu accused the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans of trying to turn Dr. Williams into a scapegoat for the problems of the Church. The fellowship was formed by conservatives last month to resist what they see as unacceptable liberal trends in the Church. Robert Pigott has more details.

 

Criticism of the traditionalist alliance, the majority of whose members are African from a senior Ugandan-born archbishop will resonate in the church. However, the alliance does appear to have considerable support among traditionalists, including the Synod. The alliance argues that it questioned the role of the office of the Archbishop of Canterbury as the spiritual head of the Anglican Communion rather than criticizing Dr. Williams himself.

 

Tennis, and Venus Williams has beaten her younger sister Serena to retain her Wimbledon singles title. She won a hard-fought match in straight sets 7-5, 6-4.

 

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BBC News with Lopaco Tary.

 

The Zimbabwean opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has declined to attend talks chaired by the South African President Thabo Mbeki who's is mediating in Zimbabwe's political crisis. The meeting at the presidential offices in Harare would have brought Mr. Tsvangirai together with Robert Mugabe for the first time to discuss their election dispute. But a spokesman for Mr. Tsvangirai said he refused to attend because doing so would imply recognition of Mr. Mugabe as president. However, speaking afterwards, Mr. Mbeki said a negotiated settlement remains the best way forward.

 

"We do indeed need to move with some speed to resume the process of negotiations among the Zimbabwean formations in order to agree at what it is that needs to be done to respond to the political situation in the country immediately, and indeed we are also agreed that necessarily the MDC formation led by Mr. Tsvangirai has to be part, a part of those discussions. "

 

Parliament in Argentina has approved a highly controversial package of taxes on agricultural exports. Farmers who are strongly opposed to the measures have staged widespread protests over the past few months, resulting in riots and food shortages across the country. They'd threatened to renew blockades in major highways and cut off farm exports if the measures were approved by parliament.

 

Syrian prisoners at a jail in Damascus say they have been involved in a violent confrontation with their guards and there have been many casualties. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 25 prisoners have been killed. One of the prisoners, an Islamist who said he had been imprisoned for his beliefs, told the BBC he thought the number of the dead, must, would be much higher. He said as many as 200 guards entered the cell at dawn.

 

"They shackled our hands behind us, confiscated our clothes and possessions and beat us. And they insulted the Koran, and they trod on the Koran. The Muslims could not accept this insult of the Koran. It was similar to what happened in Abu Ghraib or Guantanamo Bay. "

 

The Islamist prisoners are believed to be holding a large number of other prisoners hostage in an apparent attempt to strength their bargaining position. There has been no comment from the Syrian authorities.

 

The brother of the Nigerian international footballer Joseph Yobo has been kidnapped by armed men in the oil producing Niger Delta. Police said Mr. Yobo's younger brother Norum had been forced out of his car as he left a nightclub in Port Harcourt. The BBC correspondent in Lagos says in the past year, kidnapping relatives of wealthy Nigerians has become a big business for the numerous criminal gangs in the Niger Delta. Joseph Yob, who plays for the English team Everton, is on holiday in Nigeria at the moment.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

An international delegation has been visiting Iraq to try to encourage reconciliation between Sunni and Shiite Muslims. The group includes Martin McGuiness, a former leader of the IRA in Northern Ireland, which suffered three decades of communal strife. Mr. McGuiness who is now deputy head of the Northern Ireland Government said Iraqi factions should realize that a meaningful process of negotiations was the only way to end violence. Speaking to the BBC, he also stressed the importance of a ceasefire.

 

If you look at the IRA Association in the summer of the 1994, and to find that politicians from the Democratic Unionist Party and Sinn Fein and all others are summoned together, you can clearly see that a ceasefire was the most important moment in our recent history, leading to our political resolution of the conflict.

 

A senior figure in the Church of England has criticized the new outlines of Anglican traditionalists for what he described as unwarranted attacks on the spiritual head of the Church, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams. In a speech, the Archbishop of York John Sentamu accused the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans of trying to turn Dr. Williams into a scapegoat for the problems of the Church. The fellowship was formed by conservatives last month to resist what they see as unacceptable liberal trends in the Church. Robert Pigott has more details.

 

Criticism of the traditionalist alliance, the majority of whose members are African from a senior Ugandan-born archbishop will resonate in the church. However, the alliance does appear to have considerable support among traditionalists, including in the Synod. The alliance argues that it questioned the role of the office of the Archbishop of Canterbury as the spiritual head of the Anglican Communion rather than criticizing Dr. Williams himself.

 

Tennis, and Venus Williams has beaten her younger sister Serena to retain her Wimbledon singles title. She won a hard-fought match in straight sets 7-5, 6-4.

 

 

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