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One of the most wanted suspects in Rwanda’s 1994 genocide has arrived at the international tribunal for Rwanda in Tanzania. The man, Idelphonse Nizeyimana, who is described by the tribunal as a prime target was arrested in neighboring Uganda. Here is our east Africa correspondent Will Ross
For 15 years Idelphonse Nizeyimana had been on the run, in 1994, he was captained in the Rwandan army and lengthy indictment against him says he executed a plan to wipe out the minority Tutsis population. He’s accused of setting up special military units one of which killed the Rwandan queen. The Rwandan government has welcomed to Mr. Idelphonse Nizeyimana’s arrest describing him as a mastermind of the genocide. It says he later joined a rebel group across the border in Congo, the FDLR which is been reeking / on the civilian population

The prize of gold has reached an all time record of 138 dollars an ounce in London. Its rise is partly because of the decline in the value of the US dollar. In speculation, it might lose its role as the world’s reserve currency. As
The report in the British newspaper some are reducing middle eastern state backed by China Russia and one EU country France were counter prating buying oil in the basket of currencies instead of the dollar. Middle Eastern countries absence denied the story, others have ignored it. But  week dollar dose cast oil produces as the prizes of their product force in other currencies. The US has been under pressure for sometime to recognize this when former domestic economic policy that often appears to ignore the international role of the dollar

Britain says it plans to cut funding for camps in Sri Lanka housing a quarter of a million ethnic Tamils displaced during the war against the tamil tiger rebels. The British development minister Mike Foster on a visit to the biggest camp Menic Farm said he was disappointed with Sri Lanka’s progress in allowing civilians to return to their homes. The company ahead was our correspondent, Charles Haviland
Mr Foster said that once the imminent monsoon is over Britain will only find lifesaving emergency inventions in the camps which he described as closed as there inhabitants cannot freely leave. Sri Lanka’s government says it’s installing adequate drainage to ward off any flooding but the UK the UN and others disagree. Visiting Menic farm the British minister said he feared heavy rain fall might cause devastation and spread disease. He said some 70% of the camp dwellers could leave and stay with host families
Charles Haviland. The British author Hillary Mantel has just won the Man Booker Prize for fiction for her novel Wolf Hall about the life in time as the tutor statesmen. Miss Mantel had been the strong favorite to win the award which is open to works in English by authors from Commonwealth and Ireland

This is the world news from the BBC

A judge in Brazil has ordered the arrest of a former host of a TV crime show and a politician Wallace Souza who’s suspected of commissioning killings to bust ratings for his popular crime show. Mr Souza faces charges of drug trafficking and the possession of firelocks. From San Paulo, Gary Duffel
As well as being a former TV presenter, Wallace Souza was a popular politician. However expulsion following a vote last week that he lost his parliamentary immunity and neither appears he’s on the run after a warrant was issued for his arrest. The authorities / would he ordered several killings in order to get rid of his rivals when afterwards TV crews from his program would mysteriously arrived with the crime scenes before the police. Mr. Souza who’s not being charged in connection with any killings denied the accusations and says their part of the miscopying by his political opponents.

A car bomb has exploded in a busy market place in western Iraq killing at least 9 people and wounding many others. The blast happened outside the city of Fallujia it is the second deadly bombing in the Anbar province in these many days. On Monday a suicide bomber killed 6 people at a funeral in the city of Haditha

Opposition parties in Guinea have said they won’t join talks aimed at resulting the country’s political crisis until the head of the military government Captain Moussa Dadis Camara stepped stow. The crisis erupted last months after government troops opened fire on opposition demonstrators in the capital Conakry killing more than 150 people. a coalition of opposition parties said in a statement that they want soldiers responsible for the killings to be arrested

The justice ministry in Switzerland has refused to request for the release on bail of the film director Roman Polanski. The ministry said there was a high risk he might flee. He was arrested in Zurich last month
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BBC News with David Luston.

One of the most wanted suspects in Rwanda’s 1994 genocide has arrived at the International Tribunal for Rwanda in Tanzania. The man, Idelphonse Nizeyimana, who is described by the tribunal as a prime target, was arrested in neighbouring Uganda. Here is our East Africa correspondent Will Ross.

For 15 years, Idelphonse Nizeyimana had been on the run. In 1994, he was a captain in the Rwandan army, and the lengthy indictment against him says he executed a plan to wipe out the minority Tutsi ethnic population. He’s accused of setting up special military units, one of which killed the Rwandan queen. The Rwandan government has welcomed to Mr. Idelphonse Nizeyimana’s arrest, describing him as a mastermind of the genocide. It says he later joined a rebel group across the border in Congo, the FDLR, which has been wreaking havoc on the civilian population.

The price of gold has reached an all-time record of 1,038 dollars an ounce in London. Its rise is partly because of a decline in the value of the US dollar amid speculation that it might lose its role as the world’s reserve currency, as Robeny Smith reports.

A report in the British newspaper said some / oil-producing Middle Eastern states backed by China, Russia and one EU country France were contemplating buying oil in a basket of currencies instead of the dollar. Middle Eastern countries have since denied the story, others have ignored it. But a weak dollar does cost oil producers as the price of their product falls in other currencies. The US has been under pressure for some time to recognize this when forming a domestic economic policy that often appears to ignore the international role of the dollar.

Britain says it plans to cut funding for camps in Sri Lanka housing a quarter of a million ethnic Tamils displaced during the war against the Tamil Tiger rebels. The British Development Minister Mike Foster on a visit to the biggest camp Menik Farm said he was disappointed with Sri Lanka’s progress in allowing civilians to return to their homes. Accompanying him was our correspondent, Charles Haviland.

Mr. Foster said that once the imminent monsoon is over, Britain will only fund lifesaving emergency interventions in the camps which he described as closed as their inhabitants cannot freely leave. Sri Lanka’s government says it’s installing adequate drainage to ward off any flooding, but the UK, the UN and others disagree. Visiting Menik Farm, the British minister said he feared heavy rainfall might cause devastation and spread disease. He said some 70% of the camp dwellers could leave and stay with host families.

Charles Haviland.

The British author Hilary Mantel has just won the Man Booker Prize for Fiction for her novel Wolf Hall about the life and times of the Tudor statesman Thomas Cromwell. Miss Mantel had been the strong favourite to win the award which is open to works in English by authors from the Commonwealth and Ireland.

This is the World News from the BBC.

A judge in Brazil has ordered the arrest of a former host of a TV crime show and politician Wallace Souza who’s suspected of commissioning killings to boost ratings for his popular crime show. Mr. Souza faces charges of drug trafficking and the possession of firearms. From Sao Paulo, Gary Duffel.

As well as being a former TV presenter, Wallace Souza was a popular politician. However, his expulsion following a vote last week meant he lost his parliamentary immunity, and now it appears he is on the run after a warrant was issued for his arrest. The authorities in Amazonas claim he ordered several killings in order to get rid of his rivals while afterwards TV crews from his program would mysteriously arrive at the crime scenes before the police. Mr. Souza, who’s not being charged in connection with any killings, denies the accusations and says they are part of a smear campaign by his political opponents.

A car bomb has exploded in a busy marketplace in western Iraq, killing at least nine people and wounding many others. The blast happened outside the city of Fallujia. It’s the second deadly bombing in Anbar province in as many days. On Monday a suicide bomber killed six people at a funeral in the city of Haditha.

Opposition parties in Guinea have said they won’t join talks aimed at resolving the country’s political crisis until the head of the military government Captain Moussa Dadis Camara steps down. The crisis erupted last months after government troops opened fire on opposition demonstrators in the capital Conakry, killing more than 150 people. A coalition of opposition parties said in a statement that they want the soldiers responsible for the killings to be arrested.

The Justice Ministry in Switzerland has refused a request for the release on bail of the film director Roman Polanski. The ministry said there was a high risk he might flee. He was arrested in Zurich last month on a US warrant for sentencing for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977.

And that’s the latest BBC News.
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BBC News with David Austin.

One of the most wanted suspects in Rwanda’s 1994 genocide has arrived at the International Tribunal for Rwanda in Tanzania. The man, Idelphonse Nizeyimana, who is described by the tribunal as a prime target, was arrested in neighbouring Uganda. Here is our East Africa correspondent Will Ross.

For 15 years, Idelphonse Nizeyimana had been on the run. In 1994, he was a captain in the Rwandan army, and the lengthy indictment against him says he executed a plan to wipe out the minority Tutsi ethnic population. He’s accused of setting up special military units, one of which killed the Rwandan queen. The Rwandan government has welcomed to Mr. Idelphonse Nizeyimana’s arrest, describing him as a mastermind of the genocide. It says he later joined a rebel group across the border in Congo, the FDLR, which has been wreaking havoc on the civilian population.

The price of gold has reached an all-time record of 1,038 dollars an ounce in London. Its rise is partly because of a decline in the value of the US dollar amid speculation that it might lose its role as the world’s reserve currency, as Robeny Smith reports.

A report in the British newspaper said some oil-producing Middle Eastern states backed by China, Russia and one EU country France were contemplating buying oil in a basket of currencies instead of the dollar. Middle Eastern countries have since denied the story, others have ignored it. But a weak dollar does cost oil producers as the price of their product falls in other currencies. The US has been under pressure for some time to recognize this when forming a domestic economic policy that often appears to ignore the international role of the dollar.

Britain says it plans to cut funding for camps in Sri Lanka housing a quarter of a million ethnic Tamils displaced during the war against the Tamil Tiger rebels. The British Development Minister Mike Foster on a visit to the biggest camp Menik Farm said he was disappointed with Sri Lanka’s progress in allowing civilians to return to their homes. Accompanying him was our correspondent, Charles Haviland.

Mr. Foster said that once the imminent monsoon is over, Britain will only fund lifesaving emergency interventions in the camps which he described as closed as their inhabitants cannot freely leave. Sri Lanka’s government says it’s installing adequate drainage to ward off any flooding, but the UK, the UN and others disagree. Visiting Menik Farm, the British minister said he feared heavy rainfall might cause devastation and spread disease. He said some 70% of the camp dwellers could leave and stay with host families.

Charles Haviland.

The British author Hilary Mantel has just won the Man Booker Prize for Fiction for her novel Wolf Hall about the life and times of the Tudor statesman Thomas Cromwell. Miss Mantel had been the strong favourite to win the award which is open to works in English by authors from the Commonwealth and Ireland.

This is the World News from the BBC.

A judge in Brazil has ordered the arrest of a former host of a TV crime show and politician Wallace Souza who’s suspected of commissioning killings to boost ratings for his popular crime show. Mr. Souza faces charges of drug trafficking and the possession of firearms. From Sao Paulo, Gary Duffel.

As well as being a former TV presenter, Wallace Souza was a popular politician. However, his expulsion following a vote last week meant he lost his parliamentary immunity, and now it appears he is on the run after a warrant was issued for his arrest. The authorities in Amazonas claim he ordered several killings in order to get rid of his rivals while afterwards TV crews from his program would mysteriously arrive at the crime scenes before the police. Mr. Souza, who’s now being charged in connection with any killings, denies the accusations and says they are part of a smear campaign by his political opponents.

A car bomb has exploded in a busy marketplace in western Iraq, killing at least nine people and wounding many others. The blast happened outside the city of Fallujia. It’s the second deadly bombing in Anbar province in as many days. On Monday a suicide bomber killed six people at a funeral in the city of Haditha.

Opposition parties in Guinea have said they won’t join talks aimed at resolving the country’s political crisis until the head of the military government Captain Moussa Dadis Camara steps down. The crisis erupted last months after government troops opened fire on opposition demonstrators in the capital Conakry, killing more than 150 people. A coalition of opposition parties said in a statement that they want the soldiers responsible for the killings to be arrested.

The Justice Ministry in Switzerland has refused a request for the release on bail of the film director Roman Polanski. The ministry said there was a high risk he might flee. He was arrested in Zurich last month on a US warrant for sentencing for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977.

And that’s the latest BBC News.
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BBC News with David Austin.

One of the most wanted suspects in Rwanda’s 1994 genocide has arrived at the International Tribunal for Rwanda in Tanzania. The man, Idelphonse Nizeyimana, who is described by the tribunal as a prime target, was arrested in neighbouring Uganda. Here is our East Africa correspondent Will Ross.For 15 years, Idelphonse Nizeyimana had been on the run.

In 1994, he was a captain in the Rwandan army, and the lengthy indictment against him says he executed a plan to wipe out the minority Tutsi ethnic population. He’s accused of setting up special military units, one of which killed the Rwandan queen. The Rwandan government has welcomed to Mr. Idelphonse Nizeyimana’s arrest, describing him as a mastermind of the genocide. It says he later joined a rebel group across the border in Congo, the FDLR, which has been wreaking havoc on the civilian population.

The price of gold has reached an all-time record of 1,038 dollars an ounce in London. Its rise is partly because of a decline in the value of the US dollar amid speculation that it might lose its role as the world’s reserve currency, as Robeny Smith reports.A report in the British newspaper said someoil-producing Middle Eastern states backed by China, Russia and one EU country France were contemplatingbuying oil in a basket of currencies instead of the dollar.


Middle Eastern countries have since denied the story, others have ignored it. But a weak dollar does cost oil producers as the price of their product falls in other currencies. The US has been under pressure for some time to recognize this when forming a domestic economic policy that often appears to ignore the international role of the dollar.

Britain says it plans to cut funding for camps in Sri Lanka housing a quarter of a million ethnic Tamils displaced during the war against the Tamil Tiger rebels. The British Development Minister Mike Foster on a visit to the biggest camp Menik Farm said he was disappointed with Sri Lanka’s progress in allowing civilians to return to their homes. Accompanying him was our correspondent, Charles Haviland.

Mr. Foster said that once the imminent monsoon is over, Britain will only fund lifesaving emergency interventions in the camps which he described as closed as their inhabitants cannot freely leave. Sri Lanka’s government says it’s installing adequate drainage to ward off any flooding, but the UK, the UN and others disagree. Visiting Menik Farm, the British minister said he feared heavy rainfall might cause devastation and spread disease. He said some 70% of the camp dwellers could leave and stay with host families.

Charles Haviland.

The British author Hilary Mantel has just won the Man Booker Prize for Fiction for her novel Wolf Hall about the life and times of the Tudor statesman Thomas Cromwell. Miss Mantel had been the strong favourite to win the award which is open to works in English by authors from the Commonwealth and Ireland.This is the World News from the BBC.

A judge in Brazil has ordered the arrest of a former host of a TV crime show and politician Wallace Souza who’s suspected of commissioning killings to boost ratings for his popular crime show. Mr. Souza faces charges of drug trafficking and the possession of firearms. From Sao Paulo, Gary Duffel.

As well as being a former TV presenter, Wallace Souza was a popular politician. However, his expulsion following a vote last week meant he lost his parliamentary immunity, and now it appears he is on the run after a warrant was issued for his arrest. The authorities in Amazonas claim he ordered several killings in order to get rid of his rivals while afterwards TV crews from his program would mysteriously arrive at the crime scenes before the police. Mr. Souza, who’s not been charged in connection with any killings, denies the accusations and says they are part of a smear campaign by his political opponents.

A car bomb has exploded in a busy marketplace in western Iraq, killing at least nine people and wounding many others. The blast happened outside the city of Fallujia. It’s the second deadly bombing in Anbar province in as many days. On Monday, a suicide bomber killed six people at a funeral in the city of Haditha.

Opposition parties in Guinea have said they won’t join talks aimed at resolving the country’s political crisis until the head of the military government Captain Moussa Dadis Camara steps down. The crisis erupted last month after government troops opened fire on opposition demonstrators in the capital Conakry, killing more than 150 people. A coalition of opposition parties said in a statement that they want the soldiers responsible for the killings to be arrested.

The Justice Ministry in Switzerland has refused a request for the release on bail of the film director Roman Polanski. The ministry said there was a high risk he might flee. He was arrested in Zurich last month on a US warrant for sentencing for having sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977.

And that’s the latest BBC News.
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BBC News with David Austin.

One of the most wanted suspects in Rwanda’s 1994 genocide has arrived at the International Tribunal for Rwanda in Tanzania. The man, Idelphonse Nizeyimana, who is described by the tribunal as a prime target, was arrested in neighbouring Uganda. Here is our East Africa correspondent Will Ross.
卢旺达1994年种族灭绝案的头号通缉犯来到了位于坦桑尼亚的卢旺达国际法庭。这名被法庭称之为首要目标的名叫Idelphonse Nizeyimana男子是在邻国乌干达被捕的。
For 15 years, Idelphonse Nizeyimana had been on the run. In 1994, he was a captain in the Rwandan army, and the lengthy indictment against him says he executed a plan to wipe out the minority Tutsi ethnic population. He’s accused of setting up special military units, one of which killed the Rwandan queen. The Rwandan government has welcomed to Mr. Idelphonse Nizeyimana’s arrest, describing him as a mastermind of the genocide. It says he later joined a rebel group across the border in Congo, the FDLR, which has been wreaking havoc on the civilian population.
Idelphonse Nizeyimana这15年来都在逃亡。在1994年他曾是卢旺达军队的一名队长,而针对他的冗长的起诉书称他曾执行了一项来铲除图西族人的计划。他也被指控组织多个特别武装组织,而其中一个杀害了卢旺达皇后。卢旺达政府对Idelphonse Nizeyimana的逮捕表示欢迎,并称他是种族灭绝案的主谋。 据称他在与刚果的边境交界地区加入了名为FDLR的反动组织,该组织一直以来都给人民造成了巨大的危害。
The price of gold has reached an all-time record of 1,038 dollars an ounce in London. Its rise is partly because of a decline in the value of the US dollar amid speculation that it might lose its role as the world’s reserve currency, as Robeny Smith reports.
伦敦的黄金价格达到了每盎司1038美圆的历史新高。其价格上涨是由于人们对美圆可能会失去其作为世界储蓄货币这一角色的猜想而导致的美圆贬值引起的。
A report in the British newspaper said some oil-producing Middle Eastern states backed by China, Russia and one EU country France were contemplating buying oil in a basket of currencies instead of the dollar. Middle Eastern countries have since denied the story, others have ignored it. But a weak dollar does cost oil producers as the price of their product falls in other currencies. The US has been under pressure for some time to recognize this when forming a domestic economic policy that often appears to ignore the international role of the dollar.
英国报纸的一篇报道称由中国,俄罗斯以及一欧盟国家法国所支持的一些中东产油国家正在思考代替美圆而用各种货币来让大家购买石油。中东国家否认了这一说法,其他的一些对此也不置可否。但疲软的美圆使得其油价用其他货币购买时价格下降给石油提供者造成了损失。美国一段时间以来因为意识到在作出一项国内经济政策的时候往往忽略了美圆在世界中所扮演的角色也感受了到压力。
Britain says it plans to cut funding for camps in Sri Lanka housing a quarter of a million ethnic Tamils displaced during the war against the Tamil Tiger rebels. The British Development Minister Mike Foster on a visit to the biggest camp Menik Farm said he was disappointed with Sri Lanka’s progress in allowing civilians to return to their homes. Accompanying him was our correspondent, Charles Haviland.
英国称计划缩减提供给斯里兰卡25万因与猛虎组织反动分子战争而流离失所的泰米尔少数民族人民提供的营地资助。英国发展部长怫斯特在参观其中最大的一个营地Menik Farm时称他对斯里兰卡政府批准平民回家进程的缓慢感到失望。
Mr. Foster said that once the imminent monsoon is over, Britain will only fund lifesaving emergency interventions in the camps which he described as closed as their inhabitants cannot freely leave. Sri Lanka’s government says it’s installing adequate drainage to ward off any flooding, but the UK, the UN and others disagree. Visiting Menik Farm, the British minister said he feared heavy rainfall might cause devastation and spread disease. He said some 70% of the camp dwellers could leave and stay with host families.
怫斯特先生称Charles Haviland.在即将到来的季风一结束,英国将只会提供对营地的救生紧急干预措施提供资助。他称这些营地的人们不能自由离去犹如被关闭一样。斯里兰卡政府称正在建设足够的排水设施来防止洪水,但英国,联合国以及其他国家并不同意这一说法。在参观Menik Farm的时候,英国部长称恐怕降雨会造成灾难并散播疾病。他称营地里面居住的70%的人可以离开这里并留在寄宿家庭。

The British author Hilary Mantel has just won the Man Booker Prize for Fiction for her novel Wolf Hall about the life and times of the Tudor statesman Thomas Cromwell. Miss Mantel had been the strong favourite to win the award which is open to works in English by authors from the Commonwealth and Ireland.
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