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BBC News with Zoe Diamond.

President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the United States a national emergency. The move comes amid rising concern about the spread of the H1N1 virus. Medical officials warned earlier this month of a possible shortage of the swine flu vaccine. James Hodges has compiled this report.

The White House says President Obama’s proclamation of a national emergency will give medical officials more freedom to tackle the virus, allowing them to bypass certain federal requirements when deciding what action to take. Swine flu is now widespread in almost all of the American states, and it's passed epidemic levels in most of them. Health officials say children are being hit hard by the disease. They account for almost 100 of 1,000 people killed in America so far.

Two passenger trains have collided in Egypt. Witnesses say at least 15 people have been killed and more than 20 others have been injured. From Cairo, Yolande Knell sent this report.

It’s understood that one train crashed into another which was stationary on the tracks, close to Al-Ayyat in Giza Governorate to the south of Cairo. Several carriages were badly damaged. Rescue workers are now at the scene trying to remove bodies and the injured from the wreckage. There have been several serious crashes on Egyptian railway lines in recent years. Last year, 44 people were killed in northern Egypt. And back in 2002, at least 360 people were killed in a fire on a crowded passenger train close to the location of the latest crash.

A Saudi Arabian court has sentenced the female journalist to 60 lashes for her part in producing a television program, in which a Saudi man broke a major taboo in the deeply conservative country by describing his extra-marital sex life. The program caused a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago in LBC, a Lebanese Satellite Channel. Serbastin Asher reports.

The original program was part of a series called Red Lines. It examined taboos in the Arab world. Unmarried sex in Saudi Arabia amongst Saudis is one of the biggest. The Saudi man in the show Mazen Abdul Jawad provoked outrage by describing his techniques for meeting and having sex with Saudi women. He later tearfully apologized but was jailed for five years and sentenced to 1,000 lashes. Mr. Abdul Jawad blamed LBC producers for tricking him. The station's offices in Saudi Arabia were closed down and two of its producers - both female - put on trial.

Officials in Washington say a North Korean diplomat has made a rare visit to the US and has had talks with an American negotiator. A spokesman for the State Department said the diplomat Ri Gun met the American special envoy for North Korean nuclear disarmament, Sung Kim, in New York. Pyongyang walked out of multilateral talks about its nuclear program six months ago after sanctions were imposed on it for testing nuclear weapons. It said it would only return to negotiations after direct talks with the US.

This is the World News from the BBC.

An American spokesman says President Obama has secured the full support of his French and Russian counterparts over policy towards Iran’s nuclear program. The spokesman says the president phoned both Nicolas Sarkozy and Dmitry Medvedev today. And both leaders backed a proposal deal on Iran endorsed by the UN’s nuclear agency, the IAEA. Tehran says it will respond to the plan this week.

The Pakistani army said that it has captured Kotkai, the hometown of the Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud a week after launching a large scale offensive against the militants’ strongholds in the South Waziristan tribal region. Local officials said three soldiers and four militants were killed in the operation to capture the town. Pakistan’s military spokesman General Athar Abbas said Kotkai had been an important base for militants.

"The place was a stronghold of terrorists where a majority of houses converted into strong bunkers. The town also has a training camp of Qari Hussein who is known as the mentor of suicide bombers. Security forces are in the process of clearing the build-up areas from IEDs, mines and booby traps."

A meeting of about 600 Church of England priests in London has ended with several signalling that they are ready to accept an offer from the Pope to join the Roman Catholic Church. The priests are members of the Forward in Faith group which is unhappy with the Church of England's position on issues such as women bishops and homosexual clergy. However, a BBC correspondent says other Anglicans are desperate to preserve the Church of England's historical role in uniting even Jellico protestants with those more sympathetic to Catholicism.

Pope Benedict has appointed a Ghanaian Cardinal Peter Turkson to one of the most influential posts in the Vatican. Analysts say the appointment to the justice and peace office strengthens Cardinal Turkson’s position as a future papal candidate.

That’s the latest World News from the BBC.
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A Saudi Arabian court has sentenced a female journalist to 60 lashes for her part in producing a television program, in which a Saudi man broke a major taboo in the deeply conservative country by describing his extra-marital sex life. The program caused a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago on LBC, a Lebanese satellite channel. Sebastian Usher reports.




"The place was a stronghold of terrorists with a majority of houses converted into strong bunkers. The town also has a training camp of Qari Hussein who is known as the mentor of suicide bombers. Security forces are in the process of clearing the built-up area from IEDs, mines and booby traps."
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[Homework]BBC 2009-10-25

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BBC News with Zoe Diamond.

President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the United States a national emergency. The move comes a major rising concerns by the spread of H1N1 virus. Medical officials warned earlier this month of a possible shortage of the swine flu vaccine. JH has compiled this report.
The White House says President Obama's proclamation of a national emergency would give medical officials more freedom to tackle the virus, allowing them to bypass certain federal requirements when deciding what action to take. Swine flu is now widespread in almost all of the American states and is part epidemic levels in most of them. Health officials say children are being hit hard by the disease. They are account for almost 100 of the 1000 people killed in America so far.

Two passenger trains have collided in the Egypt. Witnesses say at least 15 people have been killed and more than 20 others have been injured. From Cairo, IE sent this report.
It's understood that one train crashed into another which was stationary on the tracks closed to Al-Ayyat in Giza governer to the south of Cairo. Several carriages were badly damaged. Rescue workers are now in the scene, trying to move bodies and the injured from the wreckage. There have been several serious crashes on the Egyptian railway lines in recent years. Last year 44 people were killed in northern Egypt and backing 2002, at least 360 people were killed in a fire on the crowded passenger train closed to the location of the latest crash.

A Saudi Arabian court has sentenced a female journalist to 60 lashes for her part producing a television programme in which a Saudi man broke a major taboo in the deeply conservative country by describing his extra-marital sex life. The programme caused a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago on LBC, a Lebanese satellite channel. SN reports.
The original programme was part of a series called Red Lines. It examines taboos in Arab world. Unmarried sex in Saudi Arabia among Saudis is one of the biggest. The Saudi man in the show Mazen Abdul Jawad provoked outrage by describing his techniques for meeting and having sex with Saudi women. He later tearfully apologizes. He was jailed for 5 years sentence and 1000 lashes. Mr Abdul Jawad blamed LBC producers for tricking him. The station's offices in Saudi Arabia were closed down and two of producers-both female-put on trial.

Officials in Washington say a North Korean diplomat has made a rare visit to the US and has held talks rather with American negotiator. A spokesman for the State Department said the diplomat Ri Gun met the American special envoy for North Korea disarmament ,Sung Kim, in New York. Pyongyang walked out of multilateral talks about its nuclear programme six months ago after sanctions were imposed it for testing nuclear weapons. It said would only return to the negotiations after direct talks with the US.

This is the world news from the BBC.

An American spokesman says President Obama has secured the full support of his French, Russian counterparts over policy towards Iran's nuclear programme. The spokesman says the president phoned with Nicolas Sarkozy and Dmitry Medvedev today and both leaders backed the disproposal deal on Iran endorsed by the UN's nuclear agency IAEA. Tehran says it will respond to the plan next week.

The Pakistani army said it has captured Kotkai, the hometown of the Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud, a week after launching a large scale of offensive against militant strongholds in the South Waziristan tribal region. Local officials said three soldiers and four militants were killed in the operation to capture the town. Pakistan's military spokesman Major General Athar Abbas said Kotkai had been an important base for militants.
The place was a stronghold of terrorists with majority of houses converted into the strong bunkers. The town also has a training camp of Qari Hussain who's known as the member of suicide bombers. Security forces are in the process of clearing the built-up area from IEDs, mines and booby traps.

A meeting of about 600 Church of England priests in London has ended with several signaling that they are ready to accept an offer from the Pope to join the Roman Catholic Church. The priests members said the Foreward in Faith group which is unhappy with the Church of England's position on issues such as women bishops and homosexual clergy. However, our BBC correspondent says other wrangler concern desperate to preserve the Church of England's historic role in uniting Evangelic Protestant with those more sympathetic to Catholicism. Pope Benedict has appointed a gay in Cardinal Peter Turkson to one of the most influential posts in the Vatican. Analysts say the appointment to the justice piece office strengthened Cardinal Turkson's position as a future pope candidate.

That's the latest World News from the BBC.                                                   
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BBC News with Sue Diamond.

President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the United States a national emergency. The move comes amidst the rising concern about the spread of the H1N1 virus. Medical officials warned earlier this month of a possible shortage of the swine flu vaccine. James Hodges has compiled this report.

The White House says president Obama’s p of a national emergency will give medical officials more freedom to tackle the virus, allowing them to bypass certain federal requirements when deciding what action to take. Swine flu is now widespread in almost all of the American states and has passed epidemic levels in most of them. Health officials say children are being hit hard by the diseases, they account for almost 100 of the 1000 people killed in American so far.

2 passenger-trains have been collided in Egypt. Witnesses at least 15 people have been and more than 20 others have been injured. From Cairo, IN sent this report.

It’s understood that one train crashed into another, which were stationary on the tracks, close to A in G to the south of Cairo. Several carriages were badly damaged. Rescue workers are now at the scene trying to remove bodies and the injured from the wreckage. There have been several serious crashes on Egyptian railway lines in recent years. Last year 44 people were killed in northern Egypt and back in 2002, at least 360 people were killed in a fire on a crowded passenger train close to the location to the latest crash.

A Saudi Arabian court has sentenced a female journalist up to 60 lashes for her part in producing a television program in which a Saudi man broke a major taboo in the deeply conservative country by describing his extra-marital sex life. The program caused a huge scans over n several months ago on LBC, a Lebanese satellite channel. Sebastian N reports.

The original program was part of a series called Red Lines. It examines taboos in the Arab worlds. Unmarried sex in Saudi Arabia among Saudis is one of the biggest. The Saudi man in the show M provoked outrage by describing his techniques for meeting and having sex with Saudi women. He later tearfully apologized but was jailed for 5 years and sentenced to 1000 lashes. Mr. A blamed LBC producers for tricking him. The station’s offices in Saudi Arabia will close down until its producers, both female were on trial.

Officials in WDC say a North Korean diplomat has made a rare visit to the US and has talks with A with the American negotiator. A spokesman for the state department said the diplomat R met the American special envoy for North Korean nuclear disarmament. S came in NY. PY walks out of multilateral talks about its nuclear program 6 months ago after sanctions were imposed in for testing nuclear weapons. It said it would only return to negotiations after direct talks with the US.

This is the world News from the BBC.

An American spokesman said President Obama has secured the food support to his friends in Russian counterpart over polity towards Iran’s nuclear program. The spokesman says the president fill in for Nicolas Sarkozy and Dimitri Medevdev today and both leaders back the proposal deal on Iran endorsed by the UN’s nuclear agency the IAEA. Tehran says it will response to the plan this week.

The Pakistani army said that the6y captured K, the h of the Taliban leaders, a C, a week after launching a large scale offensive against militant strongholds in the south Wizaristan tribal region. Local officials had said 3 soldiers and 4 militants were killed in the operation to capture the T. Pakistan’s military spokesman General L said K has been an important base for militants.

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A meeting of about 600 church of England priests in LD has ended with several signaling that they are ready to accept an offer from the Pope to join the Roman Catholic Church. The priests are members of the forward I group which are unhappy with the Church of England’s position on issues such as women bishops and homosexual clergy. However, a BBC correspondent says other applicants are desperate to preserve the Church of England’s historical role in uniting Evangelical Prolistants with those more are sympathetic to Catholicism.

Pope Benedict has appointed a G cardinal Peter T to run one of the most influential post in the Vatican. Analysts say the appointment to the Justice and Peace office strengthens Cardinal T’s position as a future papal candidate.

That’s the latest world News from the BBC.
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BBC news with XX.
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[Homework]BBC 2009-10-25

BBC News with Swe diamond
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[Homework]【整理】BBC 2009-10-25

BBC news with Sewin Diamond.
President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the United States a national emergency.The move comes in a major concerned by this spread of the HINI virus.Medical officials warned earlier this month a possible shortage of the swine flu vaccine.Clison Hortages has compiled this report.The white house has said  president Obama's proclamation of a national emergency will give medical officials more freedom to tackle the virus, allowing them to bypass certain  federal requirements when deciding what action to take.Swine flu is almost widespread in almost all of the American states and has passed epidemic levels in most of them.Health officials say children are being hit hard by this disease.They accounted for almost 100 of the 1000 people killed in America so far.
Two passenger trains have collided in the Egypt. Witnesses say at least 15 people have been killed and more than  20 others have been injured.From Carol Elondonale sent this report.It's understood that one train crush into another, which was stationary on the tracks,close to Ala Art in Geeza Governor to the South of Carol.Several carriages were badly damaged.Rescue workers are now at the scene trying to remove bodies and the injured from the wreckage.THere have been several serious crushes on the Egyptian railway lines in recent year.Lat year, 44 people were killed in northern Egypt and back into 2002, at least 360 people were killed in a fire on the crowded passenger train close to the location of the latest crush.
A Saudi Arabia Court has sentenced two female jounalists to sixty lashes for her part in poducing a television program in which a Saudi man broke a major taboo in the deeply conservative country by describing his extra marrital sex life.The programme caused a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago on ABC Arabian satellite channel. Sabastina Asher reports.The original program was part of a series called Redlines. It examined taboos in the Arab world, unmarried sex in Saudi Arabia  among Saudis is one of the biggest. THe Saudi man in the show,Mason Abodol Julat provoked outrage by describing his techniques for meeting and  having sex with Saudi women.He later tearfully apologised for he was jailed for five years and sentenced to one thousand lashes.Mr Abodola Blamed ABC producers for tricking him.The stations in Saudi Arabia was closed down, two of its producers, both female, put on trial.
Officials in Washington say a North Korean diplomat has made a rare visit to the US since last talk with Hanahaza talks rather with American negotiator.The spokesman for the States department said the diplomat Regon met the American special envoy for North Korean nuclear disarmament. Soon came in New York Pingyong worked eight multilateral talks about its nuclear program six months ago after Sanctions were imposed there for testing nuclear weapons.It said it would only return to the negotiations after direct talks with the US.
This is the world news from the BBC.
An American spokesman said President Obama has secured the few support of his French and Russian couterparts over policy towards Iran's nuclear program.The spokesman says the President phoned both Nicula Sozakozi and  Metrimedet today,and both leaders back this proposal. Deal, a backed porposal deal on Iran endorsed by the UN's nuclear agency CIAEA.Teran says it will respond to the plan this week.
The Pakistani army said they have captured KAi,the hometown of the Taliban leader, Huk mula Risert a week after launching a large scale offensive gun millitants against strongholds in the southwest of the trible region.Local officials said 3 soldiers and four millitants were killed in the operation to capture Kai.Parkistan's military spokeman general said has been an important base for the militants.


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BBC News with S.D.

President Obama has declared the current eye-break of swine flu in the United States a national emergency. The move comes from a rising concern by the spread of the H1N1 virus. Medical officials warned earlier this month of a possible shortage of this swine flu vaccine. J.H. has compiled this report.

The White House says President Obama’s - of a national emergency will give medical officials more freedom to tackle this virus, allowing them to bypass certain federal requirements when deciding what action to take. Swine flu is now widespread in almost all American states, and it's - epidemic levels in most of them. Health officials say children are being hit hard by the disease. They can be almost 100 of 1,000 people  were killed in America so far.

Two passenger trains have collided in Egypt. Witnesses say at least 15 people have been killed and more than 20 others have been injured. From -, Y. K. sents this report.

It’s understood that one train crashed into another which was stationary on the tracks, close to - in - Governorate to the south of C. Several carriages were badly damaged. Rescue ---now at the scene trying to remove bodies and the injured from the - . There have been several serious crashes on Egyptian railway lines in recent years. Last year, 44 people were killed in northern Egypt, and back in 2002, at least 360 people were killed in a fire on a crowded passenger train close to the location of the latest crash.

A Saudi Arabian court has sentenced the female journalist to 60 -- for her part of producing a television program, in which a Saudi man broke major taboo deeply conservative country by describing his extra-marital sex life. The program caused a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago on LBC, a Lebanese satellite channel. S. U. reports.

The original program was part of a series called Red Lines. It examined taboos in the Arab world. Unmarried sex in Saudi Arabia amongst Saudis is one of the biggest. The Saudi man in the show Mazen Abdul Jawad provoked outrage by describing his techniques for meeting and having sex with Saudi women. He later tearfully apologized but was jailed for five years and sentenced to 1,000 lashes. Mr. - blamed LBC producers for tricking him. The station's offices in Saudi Arabia were closed down and two of its producers - both female - put on trial.

Officials in Washington say a North Korean diplomat has made a rare visit to the US and has had talks with an American negotiator. A spokesman for the State Department says the diplomat -- met the American special envoy for North Korean nuclear disarmament, --, in New York. Pyongyang work out a multiple-lateral talks about its nuclear program six months ago after sanctions were imposed on it for testing nuclear weapons. It said it would only return to negotiations after direct talks with the US.

This is the World News from the BBC.

An American spokesman says President Obama has secured the full support of his French and Russian counterparts over policy towards Iran’s nuclear program. The spokesman says the president - both N. S.and D. M. today, and both leaders - a proposal deal on Iran endorsed by the UN’s nuclear agency, the CDIAEA. Tehran says it will respond to the plan this week.

The Pakistani army said that it has captured K., the hometown of the Taliban leader H. M. a week after launching a large scale offensive against the militants’ - in the South W- tribal region. Local officials said three soldiers and four militants were killed in the operation to capture the -. Pakistan’s military spokesman General A. A. said K. had been an important base for militants.

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A meeting of about 600 Church of England priests in London has ended with several - that they are ready to accept an offer from the Pope to join the Roman Catholic Church. The priests are members of the Forward in Faith group which is unhappy with the Church of England's position on issues such as women - and homosexual clergy. However, a BBC correspondent says other A are desperate to preserve the Church of England's historical role in uniting even Jellico protestants with those more sympathetic to Catholicism.

Pope - has appointed a -- to one of the most influential posts in the v. Analysts say the appointment to the justice and peace office strengthens C.T's position as a future -- candidate.

That’s the latest World News from the BBC.

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[Homework]【整理】BBC 2009-10-25

BBC news with Suvey Diamond .
1.President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the US. and national emergency .The move comes amid rising cocerns about the spread of the H1N1 virus.Medical officials warned early this month the possible shortage of the swine flu vaccine.James Horttage has compiled this report.The White House said President Obama’...of national emergency will give medical officials more freedom to tackle the virus ,allowing them to bypass certain federal requirements when deciding waht actions to take.Swine flu is now widespread in almost all of the American states and has passed epidemic levels in most of them .Health officials say children have been hit hard by the disease .They account for almost 100 of 1000 people killed in America so far.


2.Two passenger trains have collided in Egypt .Witnesses say at least 15 people have been killed and more than 20 others have been injured.From Cairo,Elandon Nelse sends this report.It is understood that one train crashed into another ,which was sationary on the tracks,close to ...in Gaza ...to the south of Cairo .Several carriages were badly damaged .Rescue workers are now on the scene trying to remove bodies and the injured fron the wreckage.There have been several serious crashes on Egyptian railway lines in recent years.Last year,44 people were killed in northern Egypt and back to 2002,at least 360 people were killed in a fire on a crowded passenger train close to the location of the latest crash.

3.The Saudi Arabia court has sentenced a female journalist to 60 lashes for her part in producing a TV programme in which a Saudian man breaked a major taboo in a deeply conservative country by describing her extramerital sex life .The programme was called a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago in NBC  eleven satellite channal.Sobars Arsh reports. The original programme was a part of a series of court redlines.It is examing taboos in Arabian world.Unmarried sex in Saudi Arabia among  Syrians is one of the biggist.The Saudian man ,...provoked outrage by describing his techniques for meeting and having sex with a Saudian woman.He later tearfully apolygize ,who was jailed for five years sentenced to 1000 lashes .M.  blamed NBC producers for tricking him .The station’s officers in Saudi Arabia were closed down,and two of its producers ,both female ,were put on trial.

4.Officials in Washington say a North Korea diplomat has made a rare visit to the US.and his talks with ... talks rather with American negoiator.A spokesman for the States Department said the diplomat Ri Gun  met the American special envoy for North Korea Nuclear disarmament Sung Kim in Newyork .Pyongyang walks out of multinational  talks about its nuclear programmes six months ago after sanctions were imposed for testing nuclear weapons.It said it would only return to negoiations after direct talks with the US.

This is the world news from BBC
5. An American spokesman says President Obama has secured the full support of his French and Rassia counterparts over policies toward Iran’s nuclear programme.The spokesman says the President Nicolas Sarkozy and Dmitry Medvedeve today ,and both leaders ,a back proposal deal on Iran endorsed by the UN.Nuclear Agencies’ IAEA. Tehran says it will respond to the plan this week.

6.The Pakistan Army said it captured a  Kotkai town...Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud , a week after lounching a large scale of offensive against militants strongholds in south of Waziristan trible region.Local officials said three soldiers and four militants were killed in the operation to capture the Tiger.Pakistan’s military spokesman...  said Kotkai    has built an importent base for militants. The place was stronghold by ....with majority of houses converted into the strong ... The downloads so as ....Saddam Hussein,who was known as the mental ...suicide bomber.Security forces were in the process of fleaing the ...from ieds ,mines and woody .....

7.A meeting of about 600 Church of England priests in London has ended with several .....They were ready to accept the offer from the Pope to joiu the Roman Catholic Church.The priests members of the four region group,which were unhappy with the Church of England positions on issues such as women bishops and homesexual clergy.However, a BBC correspondant says other Anglicans are desperate to preserve the Church of England’s historical rule in uniting even ...  .... with those more sympathetic to Catholism.

8.Home...  has appointed a .....   to one of the most influencial posta in vaci.Analysts says the appointment to  justice of peace office strenthened c..’s position as a future paper candidate.


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