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BBC news with MM. the American treasure secretary HP has said the current turmoil in the world financial markets will ultimately make things better. He was speaking in a rare briefing with reporters in the white house at the end of the one of the most turbulent day in recent financial history when share prices across the world tumbled in the weak of the collapse of one of America’s most prestigious investment bank, Leemen Brothers. MB reports form New York. As around the world so too in the heart of the world global financial system, Europe stock market had a terrible day the day Doll Jones felt an estimated 500 points, the worst drop in one day since the attack of September 11, in 2001. And no wonder the collapse of L brother’s showed, no company whatever its history or reputation is guaranteed to be safe. The troubles that brought about the collapse of L. Bad investments in U.S. housing markets are still concerning other big financial institutions here. And it’s now clear the U.S. treasury will not necessarily step in to save a firm in difficulty. The European Union says there will be no immediate end to its sanctions against Zimbabwe despite the historic power sharing deal signed in C on Monday. In a statement EU foreign minister said the measures will continue until the new Zimbabwean government took steps to restore democracy and the rule of law. There’s a similar response from American assistant secretary of States for African affairs, JDF. She told the BBC that Washington wanted to work with Zimbabwe, provided that a number of the conditions were met. America’s help is depended on the demonstration of true commitment by the true leadership by Zimbabwe; we will have to give it a chance to operate. To see whether for instance **’s passport is returned. To see whether the Prime Minister actually has some control over the formulation of policy that will lead to the restoration of the economy in of the democracy. But surly we would want to immediately move to provide humanitarian assists to the people of Zimbabwe. There has been a third day of clashes in Nigeria’s oil rich delta region between the army and militants fighting for a greater share of the region’s oil wealth. Militants on speed boats attack facility operated by the Shell oil company with explosives, leaving it in flames. The Nigeria military said it repulse the attack. Shell has evacuated about 100 stuff from facility in the eastern delta. The international monetary fund has approved a loan for Georgia amount into three quarters of a millions dollars. It is aimed at rebuilding Georgia’s currency reserves and * international confidence in its economy following the conflict with Russia. Correspondent say the money could offset any difficulty Georgia might have in selling products abroad or attracting foreign investment. This is the latest world news form the BBC. A female suicide bomber in Iraq has killed more than 20 people and wounded about 30 at a gathering of police officers in the northern province of D. the attack happened in the **** in the evening as dinners were breaking their Ramadan Fast. MS reports form Bagdad. Local sources say a police officer was holding to celebrate his release form the U.S. detention. All police officers were invited to dinner at his house just behind the police station. A female suicide bomber walked into the party and blew herself up. Suicide bombers are frequently targeted the Iraq police. Overall there are few attacks across the country now. But in D province where these incidents took place. The level of Violence is still relatively high. The international atomic energy agency says it’s been unable to clear up the questions about the possible military dimension to Iran’s nuclear program. The agency said Iran was continuing to enrich Uranium in defiance of the UN Security Council. BB reports form Vienna. A senior United Nations official said the agency had arrived in G and could not proceed without Iran’s cooperation. Iran said the allegation has based on forged documents and fabricated data. The agency has asked Iran to provide more detailed clarifications and provide access to documents, individuals and sites. It says it’s essential for Iran to show transparency. The authorities in Uzbekistan, one of the world’s biggest exporters of cotton say they ban the use of child labor in harvesting the crop. The U government says measures have been introduced to insure that the ban on child labor which also applied to other sectors was enforced. Earlier this year Britain’s most biggest supper market C says it wouldn’t use Uzbekistan’s cotton in its clothing business, because of the use of child labor in its production. The central Asian country had continued the Soviet year of practice of using school children to help during the cropping harvest. BBC news.
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BBC news with MM. the American treasure secretary HP has said the current turmoil in the world financial markets will ultimately make things better. He was speaking in a rare briefing with reporters in the white house at the end of the one of the most turbulent day in recent financial history when share prices across the world tumbled in the weak of the collapse of one of America’s most prestigious investment banks, Leemen Brothers. MB reports form New York.

 

As around the world so too in the heart of the world global financial system, US stock market had a terrible day the day Doll Jones felt an estimated 500 points, the worst drop in one day since the attack of September 11, in 2001. And no wonder the collapse of L brother’s showed, no company whatever its history or reputation is guaranteed to be safe. The troubles that brought about the collapse of L. Bad investments in U.S. housing markets are still concerning other big financial institutions here. And it’s now clear the U.S. treasury will not necessarily step into save a firm in difficulty.

 

The European Union says there will be no immediate end to its sanctions against Zimbabwe despite the historic power sharing deal signed in C on Monday. In a statement EU foreign minister said the measures will continue until the new Zimbabwean government took steps to restore democracy and the rule of law. There’s a similar response from American assistant secretary of States for African affairs, JDF. She told the BBC that Washington wanted to work with Zimbabwe, provided that a number of the conditions were met.

 

America’s help is depended on the demonstration of true commitment by the true leadership by Zimbabwe; we will have to give it a chance to operate. To see whether for instance **’s passport is returned. To see whether the Prime Minister actually has some control over the formulation of policy that will lead to the restoration of the economy in of the democracy. But surly we would want to immediately move to provide humanitarian assists to the people of Zimbabwe.

 

There has been a third day of clashes in Nigeria’s oil rich delta region between the army and militants fighting for a greater share of the region’s oil wealth. Militants on speed boats attack facility operated by the Shell oil company with explosives, leaving it in flames. The Nigeria military said it repulse the attack. Shell has evacuated about 100 stuff from facility in the eastern delta.

 

The international monetary fund has approved a loan for Georgia amount into three quarters of a Billions dollars. It is aimed at rebuilding Georgia’s currency reserves and blostering international confidence in its economy following the conflict with Russia. Correspondent say the money could offset any difficulty Georgia might have in selling products abroad or attracting foreign investment. This is the latest world news form the BBC.

A female suicide bomber in Iraq has killed more than 20 people and wounded about 30 at a gathering of police officers in the northern province of D. the attack happened in the **** in the evening as dinners were breaking their Ramadan Fast. MS reports form Bagdad.

 Local sources say a police officer was holding to celebrate his release form the U.S. detention. All police officers were invited to dinner at his house just behind the police station. A female suicide bomber walked into the party and blew herself up. Suicide bombers are frequently targeted the Iraq police. Overall there are few attacks across the country now. But in D province where these incidents took place. The level of Violence is still relatively high.

 

The international atomic energy agency says it’s been unable to clear up the questions about the possible military dimension to Iran’s nuclear program. The agency also said Iran was continuing to enrich Uranium in defiance of the UN Security Council. BB reports form Vienna.

 

A senior United Nations official said the agency had arrived in G and could not proceed without Iran’s cooperation. Iran said the allegation has based on forged documents and fabricated data. The agency has asked Iran to provide more detailed clarifications and provide access to documents, individuals and sites. It says it’s essential for Iran to show transparency.

 

The authorities in Uzbekistan, one of the world’s biggest exporters of cotton say they ban the use of child labor in harvesting the crop. The U government says measures have been introduced to insure that the ban on child labor which also applied to other sectors was enforced. Earlier this year Britain’s most biggest supper market C says it wouldn’t use Uzbekistan’s cotton in its clothing business, because of the use of child labor in its production. The central Asian country had continued the Soviet year of practice of using school children to help during the cropping harvest. BBC news.

 

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BBC News with Marian Marshall

 

The American Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has said that the current turmoil in the world's financial markets will ultimately make things better. He was speaking in a rare briefing to reporters at the White House at the end of one of the most turbulent days in recent financial history when share prices across the world tumbled in the wake of the collapse of one of America's most prestigious investment banks Lehman Brothers. Matthew Price reports from New York.

 

As around the world, so too, in the heart of the global financial system, US stock markets had a terrible day, the Dow-Jones fell an estimated 500 points, the worst drop in one day since the Sep.11th’s attack in 2001, and no wonder the collapse of Lehman Brothers showed that no company, whatever its history or reputation, is guaranteed to be safe. The troubles that brought about the collapse of Lehman, bad investments in US housing markets, are still concerning other big financial institutions here. And it‘s now clear that the US Treasury will not necessarily step in to save a firm in difficulty.

 

The European Union says there will be no immediate end to its sanctions against Zimbabwe despite the historic power-sharing deal signed in Harare on Monday. In a statement, EU Foreign Ministers said the measures would continue until the new Zimbabwean government took steps to restore democracy and the rule of law. There was a similar response from the American Assistant Secretary of State for African affairs, Jendayi Frazer. She told the BBC that Washington wanted to work with Zimbabwe provided that a number of conditions were met.

 

America’s help is dependent on the demonstration of true commitment by the leadership of Zimbabwe, we will have to give it a chance to operate, to see whether, for instance, Morgan Tsvangirai’s passport is returned, to see whether the Prime Minister actually has some control over the formulation of policies that would lead to the restoration of the economy and of democracy. But surely we would want to immediately move to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Zimbabwe.

 

It has been a third day of clashes in Nigeria's oil-rich Niger Delta region between the army and militants fighting for a greater share of the region's oil wealth. Militants on speedboats attacked facility operated by the Shell Oil Company with explosives, leaving it in flames. The Nigerian military said it repulsed the attack. Shell has evacuated about 100 staff from the vicinity in the Eastern Delta.

 

The International Monetary Fund has approved a loan for Georgia amounting to three quarters of a billion dollars. It’s aimed at rebuilding Georgia's currency reserves and bolstering international confidence in its economy following the conflict with Russia. Correspondents say the money could offset any difficulty Georgia might have in selling products abroad or in attracting foreign investment.

 

This is the latest World News from the BBC.

 

A female suicide bomber in Iraq has killed more than 20 people and wounded about 30 at a gathering of police officers in the northern province of Diyala. The attack happened in the town of Bala Druz in the evening as diners were breaking their Ramadan fast. Mike Sargen reports from Bagdad.

 

Local sources say a police officer was holding a party to celebrate his release from US detention. All his colleagues were invited to the dinner at his house just behind the police station. A female suicide bomber walked into the party and blew herself up. Suicide bombers have frequently targeted the Iraq police. Overall there were fewer attacks across the country now but in Diyala province, where this incident took place, the level of violence is still relatively high.

 

The International Atomic Energy Agency says it has been unable to clear up questions about the possible military dimension to Iran's nuclear program. The agency also said Iran was continuing to enrich uranium in defiance of the UN Security Council. Bethany Bell reports from Vienna.

 

A senior United Nations official said the agency had arrived a gridlock and could not proceed without Iran's cooperation. Iran has said the allegations are based on forged documents and fabricated data. The agency has asked Iran to provide more detailed clarifications and to provide access to documents, individuals and sites. It says it is essential for Iran to show transparency.

 

The authorities in Uzbekistan, one of the world's biggest exporters of cotton, say they banned the use of child-labor in harvesting the crop. The Uzbek government said measures were being introduced to ensure that the ban on child labor which also applies to other sectors was enforced. Earlier this year Britain's biggest supermarket chain Tesco said it wouldn't use Uzbek cotton in its clothing business because of the use of child labor in its production. The Central Asian country had continued the Soviet practice of using school children to help during the cotton harvest.

 

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BBC News with Marian Marshall

 

The American Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has said that the current turmoil in the world's financial markets will ultimately make things better. He was speaking in a rare briefing to reporters at the White House at the end of one of the most turbulent days in recent financial history when share prices across the world tumbled in the wake of the collapse of one of the America's most prestigious investment banks Lehman Brothers. Matthew Price reports from New York.

 

As around the world, so too, in the heart of the global financial system, US stock markets had a terrible day, the Dow Jones fell an estimated 500 points, the worst drop in one day since the Sep.11th attacks in 2001, and no wonder the collapse of Lehman Brothers showed that no company, whatever its history or reputation, is guaranteed to be safe. The troubles that brought about the collapse of Lehman, bad investments in US housing markets, are still concerning other big financial institutions here. And it‘s now clear that the US Treasury will not necessarily step in to save a firm in difficulty.

 

The European Union says there will be no immediate end to its sanctions against Zimbabwe despite the historic power-sharing deal signed in Harare on Monday. In a statement, EU foreign ministers said the measures would continue until the new Zimbabwean government took steps to restore democracy and the rule of law. There was a similar response from the American Assistant Secretary of State for African affairs, Jendayi Frazer. She told the BBC that Washington wanted to work with Zimbabwe provided that a number of conditions were met.

 

America’s help is depended on the demonstration of true commitment by the leadership of Zimbabwe, we will have to give it a chance to operate, to see whether, for instance, Morgan Tsvangirai’s passport is returned, to see whether the Prime Minister actually has some control over the formulation of policies that would lead to the restoration of the economy and of democracy. But surely we would want to immediately move to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Zimbabwe.

 

It has been a third day of clashes in Nigeria's oil-rich Niger Delta region between the army and militants fighting for a greater share of the region's oil wealth. Militants on speedboats attacked facility operated by the Shell Oil Company with explosives, leaving it in flames. The Nigerian military said it repulsed the attack. Shell has evacuated about 100 staff from the vicinity in the Eastern Delta.

 

The International Monetary Fund has approved a loan for Georgia amounting to three quarters of a billion dollars. It’s aimed at rebuilding Georgia's currency reserves and bolstering international confidence in its economy following the conflict with Russia. Correspondents say the money could offset any difficulty Georgia might have in selling products abroad or in attracting foreign investment.

 

This is the latest World News from the BBC.

 

A female suicide bomber in Iraq has killed more than 20 people and wounded about 30 at a gathering of police officers in the northern province of Diyala. The attack happened in the town of Bala Druz in the evening as diners were breaking their Ramadan fast. Mike Sargen reports from Baghdad.

 

Local sources say a police officer was holding a party to celebrate his release from US detention. All his colleagues were invited to the dinner at his house just behind the police station. A female suicide bomber walked into the party and blew herself up. Suicide bombers have frequently targeted the Iraqi police. Overall there were fewer attacks across the country now but in Diyala province, where this incident took place, the level of violence is still relatively high.

 

The International Atomic Energy Agency says it has been unable to clear up questions about the possible military dimension to Iran's nuclear program. The agency also said Iran was continuing to enrich uranium in defiance of the UN Security Council. Bethany Bell reports from Vienna.

 

A senior United Nations official said the agency had arrived a gridlock and could not proceed without Iran's cooperation. Iran has said the allegations are based on forged documents and fabricated data. The agency has asked Iran to provide more detailed clarifications and to provide access to documents, individuals and sites. It says it is essential for Iran to show transparency.

 

The authorities in Uzbekistan, one of the world's biggest exporters of cotton, say they banned the use of child / labor in harvesting the crop. The Uzbek government said measures were being introduced to ensure that the ban on child labor, which also applies to other sectors was enforced. Earlier this year Britain's biggest supermarket chain Tesco said it wouldn't use Uzbek cotton in its clothing business because of the use of child labor in its production. The Central Asian country had continued the Soviet-era practice of using school children to help during the cotton harvest.

 

BBC News.

 

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BBC News with Marian Marshall

 

The American Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has said that the current turmoil in the world's financial markets will ultimately make things better. He was speaking in a rare briefing to reporters at the White House at the end of one of the most turbulent days in recent financial history when share prices across the world tumbled in the wake of the collapse of one of the America's most prestigious investment banks Lehman Brothers. Matthew Price reports from New York.

 

As around the world, so too, in the heart of the global financial system, US stock markets had a terrible day, the Dow Jones fell an estimated 500 points, the worst drop in one day since the Sep.11th attacks in 2001, and no wonder the collapse of Lehman Brothers showed that no company, whatever its history or reputation, is guaranteed to be safe. The troubles that brought about the collapse of Lehman, bad investments in US housing markets, are still concerning other big financial institutions here. And it‘s now clear that the US Treasury will not necessarily step in to save a firm in difficulty.

 

The European Union says there will be no immediate end to its sanctions against Zimbabwe despite the historic power-sharing deal signed in Harare on Monday. In a statement, EU foreign ministers said the measures would continue until the new Zimbabwean government took steps to restore democracy and the rule of law. There was a similar response from the American Assistant Secretary of State for African affairs, Jendayi Frazer. She told the BBC that Washington wanted to work with Zimbabwe provided that a number of conditions were met.

 

America’s help is depended on the demonstration of true commitment by the leadership of Zimbabwe, we will have to give it a chance to operate, to see whether, for instance, Morgan Tsvangirai’s passport is returned, to see whether the Prime Minister actually has some control over the formulation of policies that would lead to the restoration of the economy and of democracy. But surely we would want to immediately move to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Zimbabwe.

 

It has been a third day of clashes in Nigeria's oil-rich Niger Delta region between the army and militants fighting for a greater share of the region's oil wealth. Militants on speedboats attacked facility operated by the Shell Oil Company with explosives, leaving it in flames. The Nigerian military said it repulsed the attack. Shell has evacuated about 100 staff from the vicinity in the Eastern Delta.

 

The International Monetary Fund has approved a loan for Georgia amounting to three quarters of a billion dollars. It’s aimed at rebuilding Georgia's currency reserves and bolstering international confidence in its economy following the conflict with Russia. Correspondents say the money could offset any difficulty Georgia might have in selling products abroad or in attracting foreign investment.

 

This is the latest World News from the BBC.

 

A female suicide bomber in Iraq has killed more than 20 people and wounded about 30 at a gathering of police officers in the northern province of Diyala. The attack happened in the town of Bala Druz in the evening as diners were breaking their Ramadan fast. Mike Sargen reports from Baghdad(also Bagdad).

 

Local sources say a police officer was holding a party to celebrate his release from US detention. All his colleagues were invited to the dinner at his house just behind the police station. A female suicide bomber walked into the party and blew herself up. Suicide bombers have frequently targeted the Iraqi police. Overall there were fewer attacks across the country now but in Diyala province, where this incident took place, the level of violence is still relatively high.

 

The International Atomic Energy Agency says it has been unable to clear up questions about the possible military dimension to Iran's nuclear program. The agency also said Iran was continuing to enrich uranium in defiance of the UN Security Council. Bethany Bell reports from Vienna.

 

A senior United Nations official said the agency had arrived at a gridlock and could not proceed without Iran's cooperation. Iran has said the allegations are based on forged documents and fabricated data. The agency has asked Iran to provide more detailed clarifications and to provide access to documents, individuals and sites. It says it is essential for Iran to show transparency.

 

The authorities in Uzbekistan, one of the world's biggest exporters of cotton, say they banned the use of child  labor in harvesting the crop. The Uzbek government said measures were being introduced to ensure that the ban on child labor, which also applies to other sectors was enforced. Earlier this year Britain's biggest supermarket chain Tesco said it wouldn't use Uzbek cotton in its clothing business because of the use of child labor in its production. The Central Asian country had continued the Soviet-era practice of using school children to help during the cotton harvest.

 

BBC News.

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Baghdad

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Baghdad (Arabic: بغداد Baġdād) is the capital of Iraq and of Baghdad Governorate, with which it is also coterminous. With a municipal population estimated at 7,000,000, it is the largest city in Iraq.

Baghdad is the third-largest city in the Middle East(after Cairo and Tehran).

 

Located on the Tigris River, the city dates back to at least the 8th century, and probably to pre-Islamic times. Once the center of Dar al-salam, the Muslim world, Baghdad is now important because of the ongoing Iraq War.

 

 

Bagdad是个阿拉伯文,若就这样放在英语中应该不能成立吧?而且这个h如果省略,在google和维基中也找不到相关巴格达的资料,请牧师指教~

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Bagdad [`bA^dAd] n. 巴格达-From 金山词霸

以下是其他一些注释,当然我也觉得你说的很有道理,就是比较正式点我觉得还是Baghdad:-),因为很多官方的在线网站好像都没Bagdad这个单词,例如LONGMAN和Cambridge....

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Bagh·dad or Bag·dad       (bāg'dād')  Pronunciation Key 
The capital and largest city of Iraq, in the center of the country on the Tigris River. Founded in the eighth century, it was heavily damaged by U.S. forces during the Persian Gulf War (1991). Population: 5,670,000.

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Baghdad, Iraq Baghdad is also known as Bagdad Baghdad is the capital of Iraq ... If it is e.g. 4 pm in Baghdad, what time is it elsewhere? ...
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The American Treasury secretary// has said the curren termal of world financial market were ultimately made things better. With speaking // being reported in the white house at the end of one of the most turbulent day in resent financial history when share prises acrossed the world tumble in the way of colapse in the one of the American most prestige investment bank, lehman brothers. // reports from New York.

 

As around the world so two in the heart of global financial system US stock market had a terrible day. The // fell and estimated 500 points, the worst drop in one day since the september attack in the 2001. And no wonder, the colapse of lehman brother show that no company, whatever history or reputation is guaranteed to be safe. The trouble that broght about colapse to Lehman, bad investment in US housing market, are still concerning other big financial insititution here. // declared that the US Treasury will not necessary to step in the save the firm in difficulty.

 

The European Union said there will be no immediate end to the sanction in Zimbabwe dispite historic // deal signed in // on Monday. /// said the measures will continue until the new Zimbabwe government to step to restore the democracy under // of law. And there was a // responsed in the american assistant secretary state of African affair in//. She told the BBC that Washinton wanted to work with Zimbabwe provided the number of noncondition would met.

 

The American’s self-depending on the demonstration of true commitment by the leadership of Zimbabwe, we would have to give it a chance to operate the see whether, for instance, ///// return, to see whether the prime minister has the self-control over the formulation of policy that would lead to the res// of economy in democracy. But surely we would want to immediately move to provide// to the people of Zimbabwe.

 

There has been a third day of clash in Nigiria’s oil reach //delta region between the army and militant’s fighting for greatest share of the region’s oil wealth. The militant on// attacked the facilities operated by the Shell oil company with its explosive, leaving in flames. The Nigiria military said it will pass the attack. The Shell company had evacuated about 100 staffs from the facility in the esten delta.

 

The international // fun has proved loan for Geogia in amount of three quarters of a billion dollars. Intend to rebuld the geogia’s current reserve and both its international confidence and its economy following the conflict with Russia. Correspondent said the money could offset any difficulty that geogia might have in selling products abroad or attracting foreign investment.

This is the latest world news from the BBC.

 

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BBC news with Marian Marshal The American Treasury Secretary Henry Portson has said the current turmoil in the world’s financial markets will ultimately make things better. He was speaking in a rare briefing report at the White House, at end of the one of the most turbulent days in recent financial history when the share prices across the world tumbled in the wake of the collapses of one of the American’s most prestigious investment bank, Leman Brothers. Mathew Price reports from New York As around the world so two in the heart of global financial system. US stock market had a terrible day, the Dow Jones fell, as estimated 500 points, the worst drop in one day since the 9 11 attack in 2001. And no wonder the collapse of Leman Brothers shows that no company, whatever its history or its reputation is guaranteed to be safe. The trouble that brought about the collapse of Leman, bad investments in US housing markets, is still concerning other big financial institutions here. And now it is clear US treasury would not necessarily step in to save a firm in difficulty. The EU says that there’s no immediate end to sanctions against Zimbabwe despite the historic power sharing deal signed in Howari on Monday. In a statement, EU FM said the measures will continue until the new Z govt took steps to restore the democracy and the rule of law. It was the similar response from the American assistant secretary of state for African affairs, Jane Daye Freedon, she told BBC that Washington wanted to work with Z provided that a number of conditions were met. “American saw it depended on the demonstration of true commitment by the leadership of Z. We will have to give them a chance to operate, to see whether, for instance, Morgan Chageran passport his return ,to see whether the PM actually has some control over the formulation of policies that will lead to the restoration of the economy and the democracy, but surely we will want immdediately to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Zimbabwe.” It has been the third day of the clashes in Nigeria. Oil reaches Niger delta region between the armies and the militants fight for greater share of the region’s oil wealth. Militants on speed boats protect the facilities operated by shell oil company with explosive, leaving it in flames. Nigeria military said it repass the attack. Shell company has evacuated hundreds of it staff from its vicinity in the eastern delta. The int’l monetary fund has proved a load for Georgia, amounting to three quarters of a billion USD. It aims rebuilding iGeogia’s currency reserve and boosting the int’l confidence in its economy following the conflict with Russia. Correspondect say the money could offset any difficulty that Georgia might have and selling products to broad or attracting foreign investment. This is the latest world news from BBC. A female suicide bomber in Iraq has killed more than 20 people and wounded about 30 at the gathering of police officer in the northern province of D. The attack happened in the Taba’s room in the evening as the diners were breaking their Ramadan fast. M reports from Bagdad. Local source say a police officer was holding a party to celebrate his release from the US detention. All his colleagues were invited to the dinner at his house just behind the police station. A female suicide bomber walked into the party and blew herself up. Suicide bombers frequently targeted the Iraqi police. Overall there are fewer attacks across the country now, but in the other provinces where this incident took place, the level of violence is still relatively high. The int’l atomic energy agency says it is been unable to clear up questions about the possible military dimension to Iran’s nuclear programs. The agency also said Iran was continuing to enrich Iranian in defiance of UN security consult. BB reports from Vienna. A senior UN official says the agency has arrived in great lock and could not proceed without Iran’s cooperation. Iran has said the allegation was forged on false documents and fabricated data. The agency has asked Iran to provide more detailed verification, and to provide access to documents, individual land sights. It is said it is central for Iran to show transparency. The authority in U, one of the world’s biggest export of cotton, say they banned the use of child labor in harvesting the crops. The U govt said the measures was being introduced to ensure that the ban on child labor was also be applied to other sectors without being forced Earlier this year, Britain’s biggest supermarkets chain Tesco ,said they would not use U cotton in its clothing business because of the use of child labor in it products. The central Asian country has continued the Soviet Union practice of using school boys to help during cotton harvest.

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