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BBC News with Nick Kelly.

 

The two main candidates in the US Presidential election are back in the campaign trail, focusing on vital states in the west of the country. As the race enters its final 10 days, opinion poll suggested that the Democratic contender Barack Obama is maintaining his lead over the Republican John McCain.  Sarah Morris reports from Washington.

 

John McCain is now struggling to defend New Mexico and other western states that are normally Republican’s strongholds against the strong onslaught from his Democratic rival Barack Obama. Senator McCain accused Senator Obama of seeking to raise taxes on most Americans, especially small businesses responsible for creating jobs in the economic downturn. Senator Obama who is now back after a few days off in which he spent time with his seriously ill grandmother says he will launch a plan of tax cuts for the middle class. 

 

Israel is expected to learn on Sunday whether the Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni will form a new government to call for snap election. Israeli radio said that Ms Livni has abandoned her attempts to put together a new coalition but the report has not been confirmed. Tim Franks reports from Jerusalem.

 

As the new leader of the largest party in Israeli parliament, she’d given potential coalition partners the deadline of Sunday to say whether they will in or out. On Friday, she suffered a big setback when Israel’s largest ultra-religious party Shas said it would not join a coalition under Ms Livni. The latest reports suggested that the foreign minister believes early general elections may prove the only option. If that were the case, she’d have a tough fight against Binyamin Netanyahu, the leader of the main right-wing opposition party.

 

The United Nation says not a single country has responded to an appeal that was made two weeks ago for urged help for Syria which is facing its worst drought in 40 years. The UN says it needs 20 million dollars to assist the one million Syrians that says are at risk. The situation is especially bad in the northeast of the country where people were reported to be selling their belongings and trying to migrate.

 

Hundreds of thousands of people have marched through the Italian capital Rome to protest against the right-wing government of the Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The opposition leader Walter Veltroni told the crowd that Mr. Berlusconi was incapable of handling the social and financial crisis facing Italy and he accused the government of running Italy like a private enterprise. He said Saturday’s protest proved that Italy was ready for political change.

 

A demonstration with so many people is good for the country and for Italian democracy. It is not only a show of strength of the Democratic Party, but also of its determination and it proves that a different Italy is probably possible. Correspondents point out that despite the show of strength by the center-left opposition, Mr. Berlusconi still enjoys a clear lead in the opinion polls.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

The largest Sunni party in Iraq says it is suspending all official contacts with US civilian and military personnel after the killing of the man in Fallujah. The Iraqi Islamic Party said the dead man was one of its senior members and he had been killed during a joint US-Iraq raid on Friday which it alleged had political goals.

 

President Bush said that now is not the time to abandon the principal’s underpinning capitalism despite the global financial crisis. Speaking in his weekly radio address, Mr. Bush said world leaders should recommit themselves to open markets, free trade and free enterprise and admit the economic summit is due to host next month. 

 

Open Market policies have lifted the standards of living and helped millions of people around the world escape the grip of poverty. These policies have shown themselves time and time again to be the surest path creating jobs, increasing commerce and fostering progress. And this moment of global economic uncertainty would be precisely the wrong time to reject such proven methods for creating prosperity and hope.

 

The authorities in Mexico have offered a 370,000 dollar award for information leading to the arrest of those who are responsible for the killing of the leading prosecutor near the capital Mexico City. The prosecutor Andres Dimitriadis was leading an investigation into organized crime and drugs trafficking in the state of Morelos. He was shot in his car as he drove home. Over 4,000 people have died so far this year in drugs-related violence.

 

And thousands of people have demonstrated in the Basque region of northern Spain, demanding referendum on proposed moves towards the independence from the rest of the country. The regional government had planned to organize such vote on Saturday but the Spanish Supreme Court declared this illegal. Earlier on the day, there was small explosion at two railway stations in the Basque region, one of which brought down the ceiling of a ticket hall though nobody was hurt.

 

And that’s the latest from BBC News.   

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BBC News with Nick Kelly.

The two main candidates in the US presidential election are back in the campaign trail, focusing on vital states in the west of the country. As the race enters its final 10 days, opinion polls suggest/ that the Democratic contender Barack Obama is maintaining his lead over the Republican John McCain.  Sarah Morris reports from Washington.

 

John McCain is now struggling to defend New Mexico and other western states that are normally Republican strongholds /against the strong onslaught from his Democratic rival Barack Obama. Senator McCain accused Senator Obama of seeking to raise taxes on most Americans especially small businesses responsible for creating jobs in the economic downturn. Senator Obama who is now back after a few days off in which he spent time with his seriously ill grandmother says he will launch a plan of tax cuts for the middle class.  

Israelis are expected to learn on Sunday whether the Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni will form a new government or call for a snap election. Israeli radio says that Ms Livni has abandoned her attempts to put together a new coalition but the report has not been confirmed. Tim Franks reports from Jerusalem.

As the new leader of the largest party in Israeli parliament, she’d given potential coalition partners the deadline of Sunday to say whether they were in or out. On Friday, she suffered a big setback when Israel’s largest ultra-religious party Shas said it would not join a coalition under Ms Livni. The latest report suggests that the foreign minister believes early general elections may prove the only option. If that were the case, she’d have a tough fight against Binyamin Netanyahu, the leader of the main right-wing opposition party.

 

The United Nation says not a single country has responded to an appealing made two weeks ago for urgent help for Syria which is facing its worst drought in 40 years. The UN says it needs 20 million dollars to assist the one million Syrians it says are at risk. The situation is especially bad in the northeast to the country where people were reported to be selling their belongings and trying to migrate.

 

Hundreds of thousands of people have marched through the Italian capital Rome to protest against the right-wing government of the Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The opposition leader Walter Veltroni told the crowd that Mr. Berlusconi was incapable of handling the social and financial crisis facing Italy and he accused the government of running Italy like a private enterprise. He said Saturday’s protest proved that Italy was ready for political change.

 

A demonstration with so many people is good for the country and for Italian democracy. It is not only a show of strength of the Democratic Party, but also of its determination and it proves that a different Italy is probably possible. Correspondents point out that despite the show of strength by the center-left opposition Mr. Berlusconi still enjoys a clear lead in the opinion polls.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

The largest Sunni party in Iraq says it is suspending all official contacts with US civilian and military personnel after the killing of a man in Fallujah. The Iraqi Islamic Party said the dead man was one of its senior members and he had been killed during a joint US-Iraqi raid on Friday which is alleged to have political goals.

 

President Bush has said that now is not the time to abandon the principles underpinning capitalism despite the global financial crisis. Speaking in his weekly radio address, Mr. Bush said world leaders should recommit themselves to open markets, free trade and free enterprise when they meet at the economic summit/ due to host next month.  

 

Open Market policies have lifted the standards of living and helped millions of people around the world escape the grip of poverty. These policies have shown themselves time and time again to be the surest path to creating jobs, increasing commerce and fostering progress. And this moment of global economic uncertainty would be precisely the wrong time to reject such proven methods for creating prosperity and hope.

 

The authorities in Mexico have offered a 370,000 dollar-award for information leading to the arrest of those who are responsible for the killing of the leading prosecutor near the capital, Mexico City. The prosecutor Andres Dimitriadis was leading an investigation into organized crime and drugs trafficking in the state of Morelos. He was shot in his car as he drove home. Over 4,000 people have died so far this year in drugs-related violence.

 

And thousands of people have demonstrated in the Basque region of northern Spain, demanding referendum on proposed moves towards the independence from the rest of the country. The regional government had planned to organize such a vote on Saturday but the Spanish Supreme Court declared this illegal. Earlier in the day, there were small explosions at two railway stations in the Basque region, one of which brought down the ceiling of a ticket hall though nobody was hurt.

 

And that’s the latest from BBC News.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The two main candidates in the US Presidential election are backing the campaign trail, focusing on vital states in west of the country. As the race enters its final 10 days, opinion poll suggested that the Democratic contender Barack Obama is maintaining his lead over the Republican John McCain.  Sarah Morris reports from Washington.

 

John McCain is now struggling to defend New Mexico and other western states that are normally Republican’s ....against the strong on ...from his Democratic rival Barack Obama. Senator McCain accused Senator Obama of seeking to raise taxes on most Americans especially small businesses responsible for creating jobs in the economic downturn. Senator Obama who is now back after a few days off in which he spent time with his seriously ill grandmother says he will launch a plan of tax cuts for the middle class.  

 

Israel is expected to learn on Sunday whether the Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni will form a new government to call for ...election. Israeli radio said that Ms Livni has abandoned her attempts to put together a new coalition but the report has not been confirmed. Tim Franks reports from Jerusalem.

 

As the new leader of the largest party in Israeli parliament, she gave potential coalition partners the deadline of Sunday to whether they will in or out. On Friday, she suffered a big setback when Israeli largest ...party Shas said it would not join a coalition under Ms Livni. The latest reports suggested that the foreign minister believes early general elections may prove the only option. If that were the case, she’d have a tough fight against Binyamin Netanyahu, the leader of the main right-wing opposition party.

 

The United Nation says not a single country has responded to an appeal that was made two weeks ago for urging help Syria which is facing its worst drought in 40 years. The UN says it needs 20 million dollars to assist the one million Syrians  ..are at risk. The situation is especially bad in the northeast of the country where people were reported to be ...and trying to migrate.

 

Hundreds of thousands of people have marched through the Italian capital Rome to protest against the right-wing government of the Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The opposition leader Walter Veltroni told the crowd that Mr. Berlusconi was incapable of handling the social and financial crisis facing Italy and he accused the government of running Italy like a private enterprise. He said Saturday’s protest proved that Italy was ready for political change.

 

A demonstration with so many people is good for the country and for Italian democracy. It is not only a show of strength of the Democratic Party, but also ... determination and proves that a different Italy is probably possible. Correspondent point out that despite a show of strength by the center-left opposition Mr. Berlusconi still enjoys a clear lead in the opinion polls.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

The largest Sunni party in Iraq says it is suspending all official contacts with US civilian and military ...after the killing of the man in Fallujah. The Iraqi Islamic Party said the dead man was one of its senior members and he had been killed during a joint US-Iraq raid on Friday which it alleged had political goals.

 

President Bush said that now is not the time to abandon the principal’s under opinion capitalism despite the global financial crisis. Speaking in his weekly radio ... Mr. Bush said world leaders should ...themselves to open markets, free trade and free enterprise and ...the economic summit is due to host next month.  

 

Open Market policies have lifted the standards of living and helped millions of people around the world escape the... These policies have shown themselves time and time again to be the surest path creating jobs, increasing ....and fostering progress. And this moment of global economic uncertainty would be precisely the wrong time to reject such proven methods for creating prosperity and hope.

 

The authorities in Mexico have offered a 370,000 dollar award for information leading to the arrest of those who are responsible for the killing of the leading prosecutor near the capital Mexico City. The prosecutor Andres Dimitriadis was leading an investigation into organized crime and drugs trafficking in the state of Morelos. He was shot in his car as he drove home. Over 4,000 people have died so far this year in drugs-related violence.

 

And thousands of people have demonstrated in the Basque region of northern Spain, demanding referendum on proposed moves towards the independence from the rest of the country. The regional government had planned to organize such vote on Saturday but the Spanish Supreme Court declared this illegal. Earlier on the day, there was small explosion at two railway stations in the Basque region, one of which brought down the ceiling of ...though nobody was hurt.

 

And that’s the latest from BBC News.     

  

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BBC News with Nick Kelly.


The two main candidates in the US presidential election are back on the campaign trail, focusing on vital states in the west of the country. As the race enters its final 10 days, opinion polls suggest that the Democratic contender Barack Obama is maintaining his lead over the Republican John McCain. Sarah Morris reports from Washington.


John McCain is now struggling to defend New Mexico and other western states that are normally Republican strongholds against the strong onslaught from his Democratic rival Barack Obama. Senator McCain accused Senator Obama of seeking to raise taxes on most Americans especially small businesses responsible for creating jobs in the economic downturn. Senator Obama who is now back after a few days off in which he spent time with his seriously ill grandmother says he will launch a plan of tax cuts for the middle class.


Israelis are expected to learn on Sunday whether the Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni will form a new government or call for a snap election. Israeli radio says that Ms Livni has abandoned her attempts to put together a new coalition but the report has not been confirmed. Tim Franks reports from Jerusalem.

As the new leader of the largest party in Israel's parliament, she'd given potential coalition partners the deadline of Sunday to say whether they were in or out. On Friday, she suffered a big setback when Israel's largest ultra-religious party Shas said it would not join a coalition under Ms Livni. The latest report suggests that the foreign minister believes early general elections may prove the only option. If that were the case, she'd have a tough fight against Binyamin Netanyahu, the leader of the main right-wing opposition party.


The United Nations says not a single country has responded to an appealing made two weeks ago for urgent help for Syria which is facing its worst drought in 40 years. The UN says it needs 20 million dollars to assist the one million Syrians it says are at risk. The situation is especially bad in the northeast to the country where people were reported to be selling their belongings and trying to migrate.


Hundreds of thousands of people have marched through the Italian capital Rome to protest against the right-wing government of the Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The opposition leader Walter Veltroni told the crowds that Mr. Berlusconi was incapable of handling the social and financial crisis facing Italy and he accused the government of running Italy like a private enterprise. He said Saturday's protest proved that Italy was ready for political change.


A demonstration with so many people is good for the country and for Italian democracy. It is not only a show of strength of the Democratic Party, but also of its determination and it proves that a different Italy is probably possible. Correspondents point out that despite the show of strength by the center-left opposition Mr. Berlusconi still enjoys a clear lead in the opinion polls.


World News from the BBC.


The largest Sunni party in Iraq says it is suspending all official contacts with US civilian and military personnel after the killing of a man in Fallujah. The Iraqi Islamic Party said the dead man was one of its senior members and he had been killed during a joint US-Iraqi raid on Friday which is alleged to have political goals.


President Bush has said that now is not the time to abandon the principles underpinning capitalism despite the global financial crisis. Speaking in his weekly radio address, Mr. Bush said world leaders should recommit themselves to open markets, free trade and free enterprise when they meet at the economic summit he's due to host next month.


Open Market policies have lifted the standards of living and helped millions of people around the world escape the grip of poverty. These policies have shown themselves time and time again to be the surest path to creating jobs, increasing commerce and fostering progress. And this moment of global economic uncertainty would be precisely the wrong time to reject such proven methods for creating prosperity and hope.


The authorities in Mexico have offered a 370, 000-dollar award for information leading to the arrest of those who are responsible for the killing of a leading prosecutor near the capital, Mexico City. The prosecutor Andres Dimitriadis was leading an investigation into organized crime and drugs trafficking in the state of Morelos. He was shot in his car as he drove home. Over 4, 000 people have died so far this year in drugs-related violence.


And thousands of people have demonstrated in the Basque region of northern Spain, demanding referendum on proposed moves towards the independence from the rest of the country. The regional government had planned to organize such a vote on Saturday but the Spanish Supreme Court declared this illegal. Earlier in the day, there were small explosions at two railway stations in the Basque region, one of which brought down the ceiling of a ticket hall though nobody was hurt.


And that's the latest from BBC News.

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The two main candidates in the U.S. Presidential Election are back on the campaign trail, focusing on vital states in the west of country. As the race centers its final ten days, opinion polls suggest the Democratic Contender Barack Obama is maintaining his lead over the Republican John McCain. Sahra Morris reports from Washington.
 
 
John McCain is now struggling to defend new Mexico and other western states that are normally Republican strongholds against the strong onslaught from his Democratic rival Barack Obama。 Senator McCain accused Senator Obama of seeking to rise taxes on most Americans, especially small businesses companies responsible for creating jobs in the economic downturn. Senator Obama who is now back after a few days off in which he spent time with his seriouly-illed grandmother says he will launch a plan of tax cuts for the middle class.
 
 
Israelis are expected to learn on Sunday whether the Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni will form a new government or call for snap election. Israel radio says that Ms. Livni has abandoned her attempts to put together a new coalition but the report has not been comfirmed.Tim Frank reports from Jerusalem.
 
 
As the new leaders of the largest party in  Israel's Parliament , she'd given potential coalition partners the deadline of Sunday to say whether they were in or out. On Friday she suffered a big setback when Israel's largest ultra-religious party Shas said it would not join the coalition under Ms. Tzipi Livni. The latest report suggest the foreign minister believe early general elections may approve the only option. If that was the case, she 'll have a tough fight against Benjamin Netanyahu the leader of the main right-wing opposition party.
 
 
The United Nations says not a single country has corresponded to an appeal it made a two weeks ago for urging help for Seria,which is facing its worst drought  in 14 years. The U.N. says it needs 20 million dollars to assist the one million Serians that it says/ are at risk. The situation is especially bad in the northeast of the country while people were reported to be selling their belongings and trying to migrate.
 
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Hundreds of thousands of people have marched through the Italian capital Rome to protest against the right-wing government of the Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The opposition leader Walter Veltroni told the crowds that Mr. Berlusconi was incapable of handing/ the social and financial crisis facing Italy and he accused the government of running Italy like a private enterprise. He said Saturday's protest proved that Italy was ready for political change.
 
 
"A demonstration with so many people was good for the country and for Italian democracy. It is not only a show of strength of Democratic Party but also of determination and it proves that a different Italy is probably possible."
 
 
Correspondent pointed out that depsite the showed strength by the left-wing opposition, Mr.Berlusconi still enjoys a clear lead in the opinion polls.
World News from the BBC.
 
 
 
The largest Suni Party in Iraq says it's suspending all official contacts with U.S. civilian and military personnel after the killing of a man in Fallujah. The Iraqi's Islamic Party said the dead man was one of their senior members and he had been killed during a joint U.S-Iraqi raid on Friday which it/ alleged have political goals.
 
 
President Bush has said that now it's not the time to abandon principles underpinning capitalism despite the global financial crisis. Speaking in his weekly radio address, Mr. Bush said world leaders should recommit themselves to open markets, free trade and free enterprises when they meet in the economic summit that is/ due to host next month.
 
 
"Open market policies have lifted the standards of living and helped millions of people around the world to escape the grip of poverty. These policies have shown themselves time and time again to be the surest path to creating jobs, increasing commerce and fostering progress and this moment of global economic uncertainty be precisely the wrong time to reject such proven methods for creating prosperity and hope".
 
 
The authorities in Mexico have offered a 370,000-dollar award for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for the killing of a leading prosecutor near the capital Mexico city. The prosecutor Andres Dimitriadis was leading an investigation into organized crimes and drug trafficking in the state of Morelos. He was shot in his car as he drove home. Over four thousands people have died so far this year in drugs-related violence.
 
 
Thousands of people have demonstrated in the Basque region of northern Spain, demanding referendum on proposed moves towards independence from the rest of the country. The regional government have planned to organize such vote on Saturday but the Spanish Supreme Court declared this illegal. Earlier in the day, there was / explosions at two railway stations in the Basque region, one of which brought down the ceiling of tickets hall though nobody was hurt.
 
 
And that's the latest from BBC News.
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BBC News with Nick Kelly.

 

The two main candidates in the US presidential election are back in the campaign trail focusing on vital states in the west of the country. As the race enters its final ten days,oppinion polls suggest the Democratic contender Barack Obama is maintaining his lead over the Republican John McCain. Sarah Morris reports from Washington.

 

"John McCain is now struggling to defend New Mexico and other western states that are normally Republican strongholds against the strong onslaught for his Democratic rival Barack Obama. Senator McCain accused Senator Obama of seeking to raise taxes on most Americans, expecially small businesses responsible for creating jobs in the economic downturn.Senator Obama who is now back after a few days off in which he spent time with his seriously ill grandmother says he will launch a plan of tax cuts for the middle class."

 

Israelis are expected to learn on Sunday whether the foreign minister Tzipi Livni will form a new government or call for a snap election.Israel Radio says that Ms.Livni has abandoned her attempt to put together a new coalition,but the report is not being confirmed.Tim Franks reports from Jerusalem.

 

"As the new leader of the largest party in Israel parliament,she'd gaven potential coalition partners the deadline of Sunday to say whether they were in or out.On Friday,she suffered a big setback when Israel largest ultra-religious party Shas said they would not join the coalition under Ms.Livni.The latest reports suggest that the foreign minister believes early general elections may prove the only option.If that were the case,she'd have a tough fight against Benjamin Netanyahu,the leader of the main right wing opposition party."

 

The United Nations says not a single country has reponded to an appeal it made two weeks ago for urgent help for Syria which is facing the worst drought in 40 years.The UN says it needs 20 million dollars to assist the 1 million Syrians that says are at risk. The situation is especially bad in the northeast of the country where people are reported to be selling their belongings and trying to migrate.

 

Hundreds of thousands of people have marched through the Italian capital Rome to protest against the right wing government of the Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.The opposition leader Walter Veltroni told the crowd that Mr.Berlusconi was incapable of handling the social and financial crisis facing Italy and accused the government of running Italy like a private enterprise.He said Saturday's protest proved that Italy was ready for political change. "A demonstration with so many people was good for the country and for Italian democracy.It is not only a show of strength of the Democratic party,but also of its determination and a proof that different Italy is probably possible.Correspondent points out that despite the show of strength by the center left opposition,   Mr.Berlusconi still enjoys a clear lead in the oppinion polls.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

The largest Sunni party in Iraq says it's suspending all official contacts with US civilian and military personnel after killing of a man in Fuluja.The Iraqi islamic party said the dead man was one of its senior members and had been killed during a joint US-Iraqi raid on Friday which had alleged had political goals.

 

President Bush has said that now it's not the time to abandon the principles on defining capitalism despite the global financial crisis. Speaking in his weekly radio address,Mr.Bush said world leaders should recommit themselves to open markets,free trade and free enterprise when they meet at the economic summit he's due to host next month."Open market policies have lifted standards of living and helped millions of people around the world escape the grip of poverty.These policies have shown themselves time and time again to be the surest path to creating jobs,increasing commerce and fostering progress.And this moment of the global economic uncertainly would be precisely wrong time to reject such proven methods for creating prosperity and hope.

 

The authorites in Mexico have offered the 370,000 dollar award for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for the killing of a leading prosecutor near the capital Mexico City.The prosecutor Andres Dimitriadis was leading an investigation into organized crime and drug trafficking in the state of Morelos.He was shot in his car as he drove home.Over 4,000 people have died so far this year in drug related violence.

 

1 thousand of people have demonstrated in the Basque region of northern Spain demanding referendum on proposed move towards independence from the rest of the country.The regional government had planned to organized such a vote on Saturday, but the Spanish Supreme Court declared this illegal.Earlier in the day there were small explosions at two railway stations in the Basque region one of which brought down the ceiling of a ticket hall though nobody was hurt.

 

That's the latest from the BBC News.

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BBC News with Nick Kelly.


The two main candidates in the US presidential election are back in the campaign trail, focusing on vital states in the west of the country. As the race enters its final 10 days, opinion polls suggest / the Democratic contender Barack Obama is maintaining his lead over the Republican John McCain. Sarah Morris reports from Washington.


John McCain is now struggling to defend New Mexico and other western states that are normally Republican strongholds against the strong onslaught from his Democratic rival Barack Obama. Senator McCain accused Senator Obama of seeking to raise taxes on most Americans especially small businesses responsible for creating jobs in the economic downturn. Senator Obama who is now back after a few days off in which he spent time with his seriously ill grandmother says he will launch a plan of tax cuts for the middle class.


Israelis are expected to learn on Sunday whether the Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni will form a new government or call for a snap election. Israel/ Radio says that Ms Livni has abandoned her attempts to put together a new coalition but the report has not been confirmed. Tim Franks reports from Jerusalem.

As the new leader of the largest party in Israel's parliament, she'd given potential coalition partners the deadline of Sunday to say whether they were in or out. On Friday, she suffered a big setback when Israel's largest ultra-religious party Shas said it would not join a coalition under Ms Livni. The latest report suggests that the foreign minister believes early general elections may prove the only option. If that were the case, she'd have a tough fight against Binyamin Netanyahu, the leader of the main right-wing opposition party.


The United Nations says not a single country has responded to an appealing made two weeks ago for urgent help for Syria, which is facing its worst drought in 40 years. The UN says it needs 20 million dollars to assist the one million Syrians it says are at risk. The situation is especially bad in the northeast to the country where people / reported to be selling their belongings and trying to migrate.


Hundreds of thousands of people have marched through the Italian capital Rome to protest against the right-wing government of the Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The opposition leader Walter Veltroni told the crowds that Mr. Berlusconi was incapable of handling the social and financial crisis facing Italy and he accused the government of running Italy like a private enterprise. He said Saturday's protest proved that Italy was ready for political change.


A demonstration with so many people is good for the country and for Italian democracy. It is not only a show of strength of the Democratic Party, but also of its determination and it proves that a different Italy is probably possible. Correspondents point out that despite the show of strength by the center-left opposition Mr. Berlusconi still enjoys a clear lead in the opinion polls.


World News from the BBC.


The largest Sunni party in Iraq says it is suspending all official contacts with US civilian and military personnel after the killing of a man in Fallujah. The Iraqi Islamic Party said the dead man was one of its senior members and he had been killed during a joint US-Iraqi raid on Friday which is alleged to have political goals.


President Bush has said that now it’s not the time to abandon the principles underpinning capitalism despite the global financial crisis. Speaking in his weekly radio address, Mr. Bush said world leaders should recommit themselves to open markets, free trade and free enterprise when they meet at the economic summit he's due to host next month.


Open market policies have lifted / standards of living and helped millions of people around the world escape the grip of poverty. These policies have shown themselves time and time again to be the surest path to creating jobs, increasing commerce and fostering progress. And this moment of global economic uncertainty would be precisely the wrong time to reject such proven methods for creating prosperity and hope.


The authorities in Mexico have offered a 370, 000-dollar reward for information leading to the arrest of those / are responsible for the killing of a leading prosecutor near the capital, Mexico City. The prosecutor Andres Dimitriadis was leading an investigation into organized crime and drugs trafficking in the state of Morelos. He was shot in his car as he drove home. Over 4, 000 people have died so far this year in drugs-related violence.


And thousands of people have demonstrated in the Basque region of northern Spain, demanding referendum on proposed moves towards / independence from the rest of the country. The regional government had planned to organize such a vote on Saturday but the Spanish Supreme Court declared this illegal. Earlier in the day, there were small explosions at two railway stations in the Basque region, one of which brought down the ceiling of a ticket hall though nobody was hurt.


And that's the latest from BBC News.

 

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BBC News with Nick Kelly.


The two main candidates in the US presidential election are back in the campaign trail, focusing on vital states in the west of the country. As the race enters its final 10 days, opinion polls suggest that/ Democratic contender Barack Obama is maintaining his lead over the Republican John McCain. Sarah Morris reports from Washington.


John McCain is now struggling to defend New Mexico and other western states that are normally Republican strongholds against the strong onslaught from his Democratic rival Barack Obama. Senator McCain accused Senator Obama of seeking to raise taxes on most Americans especially small businesses responsible for creating jobs in the economic downturn. Senator Obama who is now back after a few days off in which he spent time with his seriously ill grandmother says he will launch a plan of tax cuts for the middle class.


Israelis are expected to learn on Sunday whether the Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni will form a new government or call for a snap election. Israel Radio says that Ms Livni has abandoned her attempts to put together a new coalition but the report has not been confirmed. Tim Franks reports from Jerusalem.

As the new leader of the largest party in Israel's parliament, she'd given potential coalition partners the deadline on Sunday to say whether they were in or out. On Friday, she suffered a big setback when Israel's largest ultra-religious party Shas said it would not join a coalition under Ms Livni. The latest report suggests that the foreign minister believes early general elections may prove the only option. If that were the case, she'd have a tough fight against Binyamin Netanyahu, the leader of the main right-wing opposition party.


The United Nations says not a single country has responded to an appeal made two weeks ago for urgent help for Syria, which is facing its worst drought in 40 years. The UN says it needs 20 million dollars to assist the one million Syrians it says are at risk. The situation is especially bad in the northeast to the country where people are reported to be selling their belongings and trying to migrate.


Hundreds of thousands of people have marched through the Italian capital Rome to protest against the right-wing government of the Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The opposition leader Walter Veltroni told the crowds that Mr. Berlusconi was incapable of handling the social and financial crisis facing Italy and he accused the government of running Italy like a private enterprise. He said Saturday's protest proved that Italy was ready for political change.


A demonstration with so many people is good for the country and for Italian democracy. It is not only a show of strength of the Democratic Party, but also of its determination and it proves that a different Italy is probably possible. Correspondents point out that despite the show of strength by the center-left opposition Mr. Berlusconi still enjoys a clear lead in the opinion polls.


World News from the BBC.


The largest Sunni party in Iraq says it is suspending all official contacts with US civilian and military personnel after the killing of a man in Fallujah. The Iraqi Islamic Party said the dead man was one of its senior members and he had been killed during a joint US-Iraqi raid on Friday which is alleged to have political goals.


President Bush has said that now it’s not the time to abandon the principles underpinning capitalism despite the global financial crisis. Speaking in his weekly radio address, Mr. Bush said world leaders should recommit themselves to open markets, free trade and free enterprise when they meet at the economic summit he's due to host next month.


Open market policies have lifted / standards of living and helped millions of people around the world escape the grip of poverty. These policies have shown themselves time and time again to be the surest path to creating jobs, increasing commerce and fostering progress. And this moment of global economic uncertainty would be precisely the wrong time to reject such proven methods for creating prosperity and hope.


The authorities in Mexico have offered a 370, 000 dollar reward for information leading to the arrest of those who are responsible for the killing of a leading prosecutor near the capital, Mexico City. The prosecutor Andres Dimitriadis was leading an investigation into organized crime and drugs trafficking in the state of Morelos. He was shot in his car as he drove home. Over 4, 000 people have died so far this year in drugs-related violence.


And thousands of people have demonstrated in the Basque region of northern Spain, demanding referendum on proposed moves towards / independence from the rest of the country. The regional government had planned to organize such a vote on Saturday but the Spanish Supreme Court declared this illegal. Earlier in the day, there were small explosions at two railway stations in the Basque region, one of which brought down the ceiling of a ticket hall though nobody was hurt.


And that's the latest from BBC News.

 

 

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BBC News with Nick Kelly.


The two main candidates in the US presidential election are back in the campaign trail, focusing on vital states in the west of the country. As the race enters its final 10 days, opinion polls suggest that Democratic contender Barack Obama is maintaining his lead over the Republican John McCain. Sarah Morris reports from Washington.


John McCain is now struggling to defend New Mexico and other western states that are normally Republican strongholds against the strong onslaught from his Democratic rival Barack Obama. Senator McCain accused Senator Obama of seeking to raise taxes on most Americans especially small businesses responsible for creating jobs in the economic downturn. Senator Obama who is now back after a few days off in which he spent time with his seriously ill grandmother says he will launch a plan of tax cuts for the middle class.


Israelis are expected to learn on Sunday whether the Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni will form a new government or call for a snap election. Israel Radio says that Ms Livni has abandoned her attempts to put together a new coalition but the report has not been confirmed. Tim Franks reports from Jerusalem.

 

As the new leader of the largest party in Israel's parliament, she'd given potential coalition partners the deadline of Sunday to say whether they were in or out. On Friday, she suffered a big setback when Israel's largest ultra-religious party Shas said that it would not join a coalition under Ms Livni. The latest reports suggest/ that the foreign minister believes early general elections may prove the only option. If that were the case, she'd have a tough fight against Binyamin Netanyahu, the leader of the main right-wing opposition party.


The United Nations says not a single country has responded to an appeal it made two weeks ago for urgent help for Syria, which is facing its worst drought in 40 years. The UN says it needs 20 million dollars to assist the one million Syrians it says are at risk. The situation is especially bad in the northeast of the country where people are reported to be selling their belongings and trying to migrate.


Hundreds of thousands of people have marched through the Italian capital Rome to protest against the right-wing government of the Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The opposition leader Walter Veltroni told the crowds that Mr. Berlusconi was incapable of handling the social and financial crisis facing Italy and he accused the government of running Italy like a private enterprise. He said Saturday's protest proved that Italy was ready for political change.


A demonstration with so many people is good for the country and for Italian democracy. It is not only a show of strength of the Democratic Party, but also of its determination, and it proves that a different Italy is probably possible. Correspondents point out that despite the show of strength by the center-left opposition, Mr. Berlusconi still enjoys a clear lead in the opinion polls.


World News from the BBC.


The largest Sunni party in Iraq says it is suspending all official contacts with US civilian and military personnel after the killing of a man in Fallujah. The Iraqi Islamic Party said the dead man was one of its senior members and that he’d been killed during a joint US-Iraqi raid on Friday which it alleged had political goals.


President Bush has said that now it’s not the time to abandon the principles underpinning capitalism, despite the global financial crisis. Speaking in his weekly radio address, Mr. Bush said world leaders should recommit themselves to open markets, free trade and free enterprise when they meet at the economic summit he's due to host next month.


Open market policies have lifted standards of living and helped millions of people around the world escape the grip of poverty. These policies have shown themselves time and time again to be the surest path to creating jobs, increasing commerce and fostering progress. And this moment of global economic uncertainty would be precisely the wrong time to reject such proven methods for creating prosperity and hope.


The authorities in Mexico have offered a 370, 000 dollar reward for information leading to the arrest of those who are responsible for the killing of a leading prosecutor near the capital, Mexico City. The prosecutor Andres Dimitriadis was leading an investigation into organized crime and drugs trafficking in the state of Morelos. He was shot in his car as he drove home. Over 4, 000 people have died so far this year in drugs-related violence.


And thousands of people have demonstrated in the Basque region of northern Spain, demanding referendum on proposed moves towards independence from the rest of the country. The regional government had planned to organize such a vote on Saturday but the Spanish Supreme Court declared this illegal. Earlier in the day, there were small explosions at two railway stations in the Basque region, one of which brought down the ceiling of a ticket hall though nobody was hurt.


And that's the latest from BBC News.

 

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BBC News with Nick Kelly.


The two main candidates in the US presidential election are back in the campaign trail, focusing on vital states in the west of the country. As the race enters its final 10 days, opinion polls suggest that Democratic contender Barack Obama is maintaining his lead over the Republican John McCain. Sarah Morris reports from Washington.


John McCain is now struggling to defend New Mexico and other western states that are normally Republican strongholds against the strong onslaught from his Democratic rival Barack Obama. Senator McCain accused Senator Obama of seeking to raise taxes on most Americans especially small businesses responsible for creating jobs in the economic downturn. Senator Obama who is now back after a few days off in which he spent time with his seriously ill grandmother says he will launch a plan of tax cuts for the middle class.


Israelis are expected to learn on Sunday whether the Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni will form a new government or call for a snap election. Israel Radio says that Ms Livni has abandoned her attempts to put together a new coalition but the report has not been confirmed. Tim Franks reports from Jerusalem.


As the new leader of the largest party in Israel's parliament, she'd given potential coalition partners the deadline of Sunday to say whether they were in or out. On Friday, she suffered a big setback when Israel's largest ultra-religious party Shas said that it would not join a coalition under Ms Livni. The latest report suggests that the foreign minister believes early general elections may prove the only option. If that were the case, she'd have a tough fight against Binyamin Netanyahu, the leader of the main right-wing opposition party.


The United Nations says not a single country has responded to an appeal  it made two weeks ago for urgent help for Syria, which is facing its worst drought in 40 years. The UN says it needs 20 million dollars to assist the one million Syrians that it says are at risk. The situation is especially bad in the northeast of the country where people are reported to be selling their belongings and trying to migrate.


Hundreds of thousands of people have marched through the Italian capital Rome to protest against the right-wing government of the Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The opposition leader Walter Veltroni told the crowds that Mr. Berlusconi was incapable of handling the social and financial crisis facing Italy and he accused the government of running Italy like a private enterprise. He said Saturday's protest proved that Italy was ready for political change.


A demonstration with so many people is good for the country and for Italian democracy. It is not only a show of strength of the Democratic Party, but also of its determination, and it proves that a different Italy is probably possible. Correspondents point out that despite the show of strength by the center-left opposition, Mr. Berlusconi still enjoys a clear lead in the opinion polls.


World News from the BBC.


The largest Sunni party in Iraq says it is suspending all official contacts with US civilian and military personnel after the killing of a man in Fallujah. The Iraqi Islamic Party said the dead man was one of its senior members and that he had been killed during a joint US-Iraqi raid on Friday which it alleged had political goals.


President Bush has said that now it’s not the time to abandon the principles underpinning capitalism, despite the global financial crisis. Speaking in his weekly radio address, Mr. Bush said world leaders should recommit themselves to open markets, free trade and free enterprise when they meet at the economic summit he's due to host next month.


Open market policies have lifted standards of living and helped millions of people around the world escape the grip of poverty. These policies have shown themselves time and time again to be the surest path to creating jobs, increasing commerce and fostering progress. And this moment of global economic uncertainty would be precisely the wrong time to reject such proven methods for creating prosperity and hope.


The authorities in Mexico have offered a 370, 000-dollar reward for information leading to the arrest of those who are responsible for the killing of a leading prosecutor near the capital, Mexico City. The prosecutor Andres Dimitriadis was leading an investigation into organized crime and drugs trafficking in the state of Morelos. He was shot in his car as he drove home. Over 4, 000 people have died so far this year in drugs-related violence.


And thousands of people have demonstrated in the Basque region of northern Spain, demanding referendum on proposed moves towards independence from the rest of the country. The regional government had planned to organize such a vote on Saturday but the Spanish Supreme Court declared this illegal. Earlier in the day, there were small explosions at two railway stations in the Basque region, one of which brought down the ceiling of a ticket hall though nobody was hurt.


And that's the latest from BBC News.

 

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