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本帖最后由 latonars 于 2010-4-24 17:47 编辑

这回糗大了
Arizona才是修改了移民法的州
Arkansas没有
Arizona州长Jan Brewer
Arizona州长Mike Beebe

btw今天的改稿太乱了
带我装13带我飞(¯﹃¯)

[Homework]BBC 2010-04-24

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The International Monetary Fund and European Commission have promised to act swiftly offering Greece said it needed to activate 6 billion dollar rescue package agreed in principle last week.  Correspondent say the IMF is likely to demand tough solidarity measures. the crisis is punching angry skirmishes in Anthens this evening.the authorities here are on an alert for social unrest. ... left-wing activists acknowledged the 24-hour strike and frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to walk down its austerity program. what we need, said one activist, are open-ended strikes, not occupations, factories and other places of employment. The socialist government has made it clear that when tolerate repeats the riots in 2,008 when citizens across the country revindalizing buildings burned, the police, in order to be more robust with trouble-makers.
Governor of the American state Ankansas John Blue has signed a law bill to tighten the immigration after President Obama critisied it. The unprecedented state law gives new powers to local police to question people about their immigration status. Governor Blue said the law would strengthen border controls in the state which neighbours Mexico. President Obama called this measure misguided and said he had instructed the Justice Department to investigate whether it violated the civil rights of Latinos and other immigrants.
A judge in an American state Utah has sanctioned the execution of convicted murderer by fire squad , Gardner will be the 1st man in America to face fire squard in 14 years. Gardner was convicted in 1995 of killing and turning in an escaping attempt. inside the wall the execution a judge in Salt Lake city,gave the convicted murderer the choice of death by lethal injection or facing a fire squad. Gardner chose the latter. The case has already reignited the debate in Utah about the use of fire squard. Oklahoma is the only other state sanctioned them since capital punishment was  reinstated in US in 1976. but it has never killed anyone this way.
A pilot wrongly accused of involvement in September 11th attacks has won its legal battle for compensation. Lofty ..., a Nigerian born British resident, was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks. these report from our Homefest correspondent. ...was held in a Mexiconian prison for nearly 5 months before a judge ordered his release, saying there was no evidence to link him to terrorism. 2 years ago, the court appealed Mr had been a victim of the hyper emotional atmosphere at the end of 2001, and ordered ministers to consider damages. The Justice Secretary Jack Straw has now declared that Mr. is eligible for compensation.The amount will be independently assessed, but it 's thought could running into hundreds of thousands of pounds. World news from BBC.
Iraq officials say at least 58 people have been killed in an bombed attacks that attacked civilians in Sheil dominated areas in underground capital of Baghdad as Friday press was . Most such deaths were in southern city, located in north of the capital and in the southern Baghdad. officals in Baghdas blamed Arkieda saying the bombing was in revenge for the killing of the two high profile Arkila ...tives on Sunday.
The Ethiopian government says half the number of people dying of malaria by distributing nearly 20 million and said to treat the bedlets.The government said in order to achieve this,by training 30,000 health workers and extend the country system of roads to reach some of Ethiopian's more remote areas. Malaria is the leading cause of death in Africa.
A court in Northern England has convicted an atheist of causing religiously-aggravated harrassment for distributing leaflets mocking Jesus Christ, Islam and the Pope. the man Harry Taylor, said he was trying to convert religious believers into atheism by leaving home with posters, ...reported in Liverpool. one post depicted two muslims holding a ... , demanding equality, with the caption “not for women or gays”obviously, another featuring cartoon of Pope with a condone on his finger. Harry Taylor told the court that he borne no grudge against people's faith. the laughed image in the praire room was in an attribute to John Lenon, ... imagine refers to a world with no religion. but Mr Taylor was convicted and given a 6-month jail sentence, suspended for 2 years.
Turkmenistan has held its first circus show since they were banned 9 years ago. 1,500 children in the capital Ashgabat watched performances by clowns, elepants and camels, successive on will be Ballet, opera and theatre were all prohibited by the former leader Separmurad Nyazov who died in 2,006.
BBC News.
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[Homework]BBC 2010-04-24

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BBC news with Mike Cooper
The international monetary fund and / European commission have promised to act swiftly after Greece said it needed to activate a 60 billion dollars rescue package agreed in principle last week. Correspondents say the IMF is likely to demand tough austerity measures. The crisis response can anger skirmishes in Athens this evening. That's Milcom Braven reports.
The authorities here are on alert for social unrest. Seasoned left-wing political activists have acknowledged that 24-hour strikes and frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its austerity program. What we need said one / activist are openended strike, occupations of factories and other places of employment. The socialist government has made it clear that they won't tolerate repeat of the riots of 2008 when city centers across the country were / and buidings burned. The police have been ordered to be more robust with troublemakers.
Governor of American state of Arkansas Jim Bruor has signed into law a bill tightening immigration as that president Obama criticized it. The unprecedented state law gives new powers to local police to question people about their immigration status. Governor Bruor said the law would strengthen border controls in the state which neighbors Mexico. President Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the Justice Department to investigate whether it violate the civil rights of Latinos and other immigrates.
A judge in the American state of Utah has sanctioned the execution of the convicted murderer by firing squad. / G would be the first person in the US to face firing squad
in 14 years. G was convicted in 1995 of killing an attorney in the bosh ? Here is /.
In signing the warrant for running Liga's execution a judger in / city gave the convicted murderer the choice of death by injection or by facing a firing squad .G chose the latter. The case has already reignited the debate in Utah about the use of firing squad. Ocla Homa? is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment was reinstated in
the US since 1976. But it has never killed anyone this way.
A pilot wrongly accused of involvement in the September 11th attack has won his legal battle of compensation. L , an Nigerian-born
British resident was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks. This report from our home affairs correspondent Danil S?
L was held in a /security prison for nearly 5 months before the judge ordered his release, saying there was no evidence to link him to terrorism. 2 years ago the court of appeals said Mr W had been the victim of the heightened Devotional atmosphere at the end of 2001, and ordered ministers to consider paying damages.
The judge secretary/ has now declared that he is eligible for compensations. The amount will be independently assessed but it thought could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.
World news from the BBC.
Iraqi officials say at least 58 people have been killed in bomb attacks that targeted the civilians in Shiite dominated areas in and around the capital Baghdad as Friday prayer was ending. Most of the deaths were in southern city located the north of the capital and in southern Baghdad. No groups
yet said they carried out the attacks but officials in Baghdad have blamed the Al-Qaeda saying the bombing was in revenge for the killing of 2 high-profile Al-Qaeda operatives on Sunday.


The Ethiopian government says it's half the number of people dying of malaria by distributing nearly 20 million insecticide treated bed nets. The government said it had achieved this by training 30,000 health workers and extending the country system / to reach some of the Ethiopia’s more remote areas. Malaria is a leading cause of deaths in Africa.
A court in northern England has convicted the Athenians of causing religiously aggravated
harassment for distributing leaflets mocking Jesus Christ, Islam and the Pope. The man Henry Tailor said he was trying to convert religious believers to Athens by leaving home-made posters in the prayer room and join? the airport in Liverpool. Mike riven reports.
One poster depicted 2 Muslims holding a placard demanding equality with the caption, not for women or gays obviously .Another feature of the cartoon of the Pope with a condom on his finger. Harry Taylor told the court that he bore no grudge against people of faith unless the images in the pray room in a tribute to  John Lennon who sound imagine referred to a world with no religion. But Mr. Taylor was convicted and given a 6 months jail sentence suspended for two years.



? has holded its first circus show since they were banned 9 year ago.1500 children in the capital ? watched a performance by clowns, elephants and camels. Circuses along with ballet, opera and the theatre were all prohibited by the former leader? who died in 2006.
BBC News.




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BBC news with Mike Cooper.

The International Monetary Fund and the European Commission have promised to act swiftly after Greece said it needed to activate a 60-billion rescue package agreed in principle last week. Correspondent say the IMF is likely to demand tougher austerity measures. The crisis sparked from angry skirmish in Athens this evening. That's Malcolm Braven reports.

The authorities here are all on alert to search long rest. Seasoned left-wing political activists acknowledge that 24-hour strikes and frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its austerity program. "What we need," said one activist, "are open-ended strikes and occupations of factories and other places of employment." The search list, the government has made it clear that it won't tolerate repeat of the riots of 2008 when city centers across the country were vandalized in buildings and burned. The police have been ordered to be more robust with troublemakers.

Governor of the American State of Arizona Jan Brewer has signed into law a bill tightening immigration, \\ the President Obama criticized it. The unprecedented state law gives new powers to local police to question people about their immigration status. Governor Brewer said the law would strengthen border controls in the state which neighbors Mexico. President Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the Justice Department to investigate whether it violated the civil rights of Latinos and other immigrants.

A judge in the American State of Utah has sanctioned the execution of convicted murderer by firing squad. Jonie Lee Gardner will be first person in the US to face a firing in 14 years. Gardner was convicted in 1995 of killing an attorney in a \\ escape attempt. Here's Madeline Morris.

In signing the warrant for Jonie Lee Gardner's execution, a judge in Salt Lake City gave the convicted murderer the choice of death by lethal injection or facing a firing squad. Gardner chose the latter. The case has already re-ignited the debate in Utah about the use of firing squads. Oklahoma is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment was reinstated in the US in 1976, but it has never killed anyone in this way.

A pilot wrongly accused of involvement in the September 11th attacks has won his legal battle for compensation. Lotfi Raissi, an Algeria-born British resident was arrested in Britain after the attacks. This report from our home affairs correspondent Danny Shore.

Lotfi Raissi, he was held in maximum security prison for nearly five months before a judge ordered his release, saying that there was no evidence to link him to terrorism. Two years ago, the court have appeals that Mr. Rassi had been the victim of heightened emotional atmosphere at the end of 2001, and ordered ministers to consider paying damages. The Justice Secretary Jack Straw has now declared that Mr. Rassi is eligible for compensation. The amount will be independently assessed, but it's thought it could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.

World news from the BBC.

Iraqi officials say at least 58 people have been killed in bomb attacks that targeted civilians in Shiite-dominated areas in and around the capital Baghdad as Friday prayers were rounding. Most of the deaths were in Sadr city located north of the capital and in southern Baghdad. Local \\ said it carried out the attacks, but officials in Baghdad blamed al-Qaeda, saying that the bombings were in revenge for the killing of two high-profile al-Qaeda operatives on Sunday.

The Ethiopian government says it's halved the number of people dying of malaria and is distributing nearly 20 million insecticide-treated bed nets. The government said it had achieved this by training 30,000 health workers and extending the country's system of roads to reach southern Ethiopian's more remote areas. Malaria is the leading cause of death in Africa.

A court in northern England has convicted an atheist of causing religiously aggravated harassment for distributing leaflets mocking Jesus Christ, Islam and the Pope. The man, Harry Taylor, said he was trying to convert religious believers to atheism by leaving homely posters in a prayer room at John Lennon Airport in Liverpool. Nick Ravens reports.

One poster had picked two Muslims holding a placard, demanding a quality, with the caption "Not to Fool Women or Gays, Obviously", another featured cartoon of the Pope with a condom on this finger. Harry Taylor told the court that he bore no grudge against people of faith, and laughed at the images in the prayer room in a tribute to John Lennon who song "Imagine" referred to a world with no religion. But Mr. Taylor was convicted, and given a 6-month jail sentence suspended for 2 years.

Turkmenistan has held its first circus ships since it was banned 9 years ago. 1500 children in the capital Ashkhabad watched the performance by clowns, elephants and cameras. Circuses, along with ballet, opera and the theatre were all prohibited by former leader Saparmurat Niyazov, who died in 2006.

BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2010-04-24

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The International Monetary Fund and European Commission have promised to act swiftly after Greece said it need to act 60 billion dollar resque package agreed in principle last week. Correspondents said the IMF is likely to demand tough / measures, the crisis sparked angry skirmish in Athen this evening, as / reports.
The authorities here are alert to social unrest, seized left wing political activists acknowledg that 24 hours strikes and frequent demenstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its /  program. What we need is one activist are open ended strikes, occupations, factories and other places of employment.  The socialist government has made clear that won't tolerate repeat the riots of 2008, when 30 centers acorss the country were / and buildings burned. The police have been ordered to be more robust with trouble makers.
Governers of the American State / / has signed into law a bill tightening immigration hours after president Obama criticized it. The unpresedented state law gives new powers to local police to question people about their migration status. Governer / said the law would strength border control in the state which neighbors Mexico, president Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the justices department to investigate wheather it violate the civil rights of / and other immigrants.
A judge in America state of Utah has sanction the execution of convicted murder by firing squad. / will be the first person in the US to face firing squad in 14 years. G was convicted in 1995 of killing a attorney in the ....Here is /.
In signing the worrent for /'s execution a judge / give the convicted murder the choice of death by legally injection or facing a firing squad. / choce the later. The case has already / the debate in Utah about the use of firing squad, / is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment with reinstated in the US in 1976, but it has never killed anyone this way.
A pilot wrongly accused of involvement in the september 11 attacks has won his legal battle for compensation, / say an Algerian born British resident was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks. This report from our home affairs correspondent Danny Shaw.
/ was held in an mixmum security prison for nearly 5 monthes before a judge orderd his release saying there was no evidence to link him to terrorism. Two years ago the court of appeal said Mr / had been the victim of the highten demotional atomosphere at the end of 2001 and ordered ministers to consider paying damages. The justice secretray / has not declared that Mr / is eligible for compension. The amount will be independently assessed but its thought it could run into hundreds of thounds of pounds.
World news from the BBC.
Iraqi officials said at least 58 people have been killed in an boom attack that targeted civillians in shitte dominated areas in and around capital Baghdad as Friday press were ending. Most the death were inside the city located north of the capital and in southern Baghdad. M said he carried out the attacks, but officials in Baghdad have blamed al-Qaeda saying that the bombing were in revenge for the killing of two high profiles al-Qaeda operatives on Sunday.
The Ethiopean government says half the members of people dying of maliaria by distributing nearly 20 million ....The government said it had achieved this by training 30 thound health workers and extending the country system of roads to reach some of Ethiopean remote areas. Maliaria is the leading cause of death in Africa.
A court in northern England has convicted an atheist of causing religiously aggravated harassment for distributing   / Jesus Christ Islam and the Pope. The man Harry Tailer said he was trying to convert religious believers to atheism by leaving home made posters in the prayer room at / airport Liverpool . / report.
One poster dipicted two Muslims holding a / demanding equality, with the caption not for women or gays obviously. Another featured cartoon of a Pope with a / on his finger. Harry Tailer told the court that he bore no grudge against people's faith and left the images in the prayer room in a tribute to John Lenon who song imagine referred to a world with no religion. But Mr Tailer was convicted and given a six monthes jail sentence suspended for two years.
Turkmenistan has held its first circus show since they were banned nine years ago, 50 hundred children in the capital / watched a performance by clowns, elephants and camels, circuses along with ballet opera and the theater were all prohibited by the former leader / who died in 2006.

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BBC news with M C.

The International Ministry Fund and the European Commission have promised to act swiftly after Greece said it need to activate it 60 billion dollar rescue package agreed in principle last week.Correspondents say the IMF is likely to demand tough austerity measures.
The crisis @@@@ this evening.That's M B reports.
The authotity here are all alert for social unrest.Seizing left-wing political activists @@ acknowledge,the 24-hour strikes and frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its austerity program.What we need at one activist are open-ended strikes and occupations of factories and other places of employment.The socialist government has made it clear that it won't tolerate repeat of the runs of 2008,when city centers across the counter were @@ and buildings burned.The police have been ordered to be more rebust with troublemakers.
Governor of the American state of Arkansas,Jan Brouwer,has signed into law a bill tightening immigration all it's after thr president Obama criticized it.The unprecedented state law gives new power to local police to question about their immigration status.
Governor Brouwer said the law would strengthen border controls in the state,which neighbors Mexico.President Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed Justice Department to investigate whether it violate the civil rights of Latinos and other immigrants.
A judge in the American state of Utah has sanctioned the execution of convicted murderer by firing squad.R L will be the first person in the US to face the firing squad in 14 years.Governer was convicted in 1995 of killing an ettorney in the @#.He is M M.
In signing the warrant for running R G's execution,a judge @@ gave the convicted murderer the choice of death by lethal injection or facing a firing quad.Gardener chose the latter.
The case has already reignited the debate in Utah about the use of firing squads.Oklahoma is the only other state to senction them since capital punishment was reinstated in the US in 1976.But it has never killed anyone this way.
A pilot wrongly accused of an involvement in the September 11th attacks has won his legal battle for compensation.Lotfi Raissi, an Algerian-born British resident,was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks.This report from our Home Affairs Correspondent D S.
Lotfi Raissi was held in a maximum security prison for nearly five months before a judge orderd his release saying there was no evidence to link him to terrorism.
Two years ago,the Court of Appeals say Mr Raissi had been the victim of the highten demotional atmosphere at the end of 2001 and ordered ministers to consider paying damages.The Justice Secretary J D has now declared that Mr Raissi is eligible for compensation.The amount will be independently assessed but it thought it could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.
World News from the BBC.
Iraqi official says at least 50 people have been killed in bomb attacks that targeted civilians in Shiite dominated areas in and around the capital Baghdad as Friday press were ending.Most of the deaths were inside the city, located north of the capital and in southern Baghdad.No group has yet said it carried out the attacks, but officials in Baghdad have blamed Al-Qaeda,saying that bombings were in revenge for the killing of two high profile Al-Qaeda operatives on Sunday.
The Ethiopian government says it's half the number of people dying of Malaria by distributing nearly 20 million insecticides treated bedenites.The government said it achieved this by training 30,000 health workers and extending the country's systerm of roads to reach some of Ethiopia remote areas.Malaria is the leading cause of death in Africa.
A court in northern England has convicted an atheist of causing religiously aggravated harassment for distributing leaflets mocking Jusus Christ is Islam and the Pope.
The man H T,said he was trying to convert religious believers to Islam by leaving home made posters into prayer room and join linear in Liverpool. N R reports.
One poster decipted two Muslims holding a plack out demanding equality with a caption not for women or gays obviously.Another featured cartoon has a Pope with a condom on his finger.H T told the court that he born no grudge against people's faith and left the images in the prayer room in a tribute to John Lennon who sang imagine referred to a world with no religion.But Mr. Taylor was convicted and gave a six months jail sentence suspended for two years.
@@@ has held its first circus shows since they were banned nine years ago.5000 children in the capital @@@ watched a performance by clowns, elephants and camels.
Circuses along with ballet, opera and the theater were all prohibited by the former leader S M who died in 2006.
BBC news.
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Homework

BBC news with Mike Cooper.

The International Monetary Fund and the European Commission have promised to act swiftly after Greece said it need to activate a 60-billion-dollar rescue package agreed in priciple last week. Correspondents say the IMF is likely to demand tough austerity measures. The crisis sparked from angry skirmishes in Athens this evening. That's Malcolm Brabant reports.

The authorities here are on alert for social unrest. Seasoned left wing political activists acknowledge that 24 hours strikes and frequent demonstrations have failed to presuade the government to down its austerity programme. What we need, said one activist are open-ended strikes, occupations in factories and other places of employment. The socialist govenrment has made it clear that it won't tolerate repeat of the riots of 2008 when city centers across the country were vandalized and buildings burned. The police have been ordered to be more robust with trouble makers.

Governor of the American State of Arkansas Jim Breuer has signed into law a bill tightening immigration hours after President Obama criticized it. The unprecedented state law gives new powers to local police to question people about their migration status. Govenor Breuer said the law would strengthen border controls in the state which neighbors Mexico. President Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the justice department to investigate whether it violated the civil rights of Latinos and other immigrants.

A judge in the American State of Utah has sancationed the execution of a convicted murderer by firing squad. Ronnie Lee Gardner would be the first person in the US to face a firing squad in 14 years. Gardner was convicted in 1995 of killing an attorney in a batch escape attempt. Here is Madeleine Morris.

In signing the warrant of Ronnie Lee Gardner's execution, a judge in Salt Lake City gave the convict murder of the choice of death by lethal injection facing a firing squad. Gardner chose the latter. The case has already reignited the debate in Utah about the use of firing squads. Oklohama is the only other state to sanction them  since capital punishment was reinstated in the US in 1976. But it has never killed anyone this way.

A pilot wrongly accused of involvement in the 9.11 attack has won his legal battle for compensation. Lotfi Raissi, an Algeria born British resident was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks. This report from our home affairs correspondent, Danny Shaw.

Lotfi Raissi was held in a maxium security prison for nearly five months before a judge ordered his release saying there was no evidence to linking him to terrorism. Two years ago, the court of appeals said Mr.Raissi had been the victim of a heighted emotional atmosphere at the end of 2001 and ordered ministers to consider paying damages. The Justice Secretary Jack Straw has now declared that Mr.Raissi is eligible for compensation. The amount will be independently assessed but it is thought it could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.

World News from the BBC.

Iraqi offcials say at least 58 people have been killed in bomb attacks that targeted civilians in Shija dominated areas in and around capital Bagdhad as Friday prayers were ending. Most of the death were inside the city, located north of the capital and in southern Bagdhad. No group has yet said it carried out the attacks, but officials in Baghad have blamed al-Qaida, saying the bombings were in revenge for the killing of two high profile al-Qaida operatives on Sunday.

The Ethiopian government says it's half the number of people dying of malaria by distributing nearly 20 million and insecticide-treated bednets. The goverment said it had achieved this by training 30,000 health workers and extending the country's system of roads to reach some of Ethiopia's more remote areas. Malaria is the leading cause of death in Africa.

A court in northern England has convicted an atheist of causing religiously aggravated harrassment for distributing leaflets mocking Jesus Christ, Islam and the Pope. The man Harry Taylor said he was trying to convert religious believers to astheism by leaving home made posters in the paryer room and John Lennon Airport in Liverpool. Nick Ravenscroft reports.

One poster depicted two Muslims holding a placard demanding equality with the caption "Not for women or gays" obviously. Another featured cartoon was was a Pope with a condom on his finger. Harry Taylor told the court that he bore no grudge against people of faith  and left the images in a prayer room in a tribute to John Lennon who's song imagine referred to a world with no religion. But Mr.Taylor was convicted and given a six months jail sentence suspended for two years.   

Turkmenistan has held its first circus show since they were banned nine years ago. 1,500 children in the capital Ashgabat watched a performance by clowns, elephants and camels. Circuses along with ballet, opera and the theatre were all prohibited by the former leader Saparmurat Niyazov who died in 2006.

BBC News.
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BBC news with Mike Cooper

The International Monetary Fund and the European Union Commission has promised to act swiftly after Greece said it needed to activate a 60-biilion rescue package agreed in principle last week. Correspondent said the IMF is likely to demand tough austerity measures. The crisis sparked angry skirmish this evening as Malcolm Brabant reports.
The authorities here are on alert of social unrest. Seasoned left-winged political activist acknowledged that 24-hour strikes and frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its austerity programme. What we need, said one activist, are open-ended strikes, and occupation of factories and other places of employment. The socialist government has made it clear that it won’t tolerate a repeat of the riot in 2008, when city centres across the country were vandalised and buildings burnt. The police have been ordered to be more robust to trouble makers.

Governor of the American state Arizona Jan Brewer has signed into law a bill tightening immigration hours after President Obama criticise it. The unprecedented state law gives new powers to local place to question people about their immigration status. Governor Brewer said the law would strengthen border control in the state which neighbours Mexico. President Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the Justice Department to investigate whether it violated the civil rights of Latinos and other immigrants.

A judge in the American state of Utah has sanctioned the execution of a convicted murderer by firing squad. Ronnie Lee Gardner would be the first person in the U.S. to face a firing squad in 14 years. Gardner was convicted in 1985 of killing an attorney in a botched escape attempt. Here is Madeleine Morris.
In signing the warrant for Ronnie Lee Gardner’s execution, a judge in Salt Lake City gave the convicted murderer the choice of death by either injection or face a firing squad. Gardener chose the latter. The case has already been reignited the debate in Utah about the use of firing squad. Oklahoma is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment was reinstated in the U.S. in 1976, but it has never killed anyone in this way.

A pilot wrongly accused of involvement in the 9/11 attacks has won his legal battle for compensation. Lotfi Raissi, an Algerian born British resident was arrested shortly after the attacks. This report from our home affairs correspondent Danny Shaw.
Lotfi Raissi was held in a maximum security prison for nearly five months before the judge ordered his release, saying there was no evidence to linking him with terrorism. Two years ago, the Court of Appeals said Mr. Raissi had been the victim of the heightened emotional atmosphere at the end of 2001 and ordered ministers to consider damages. The Justice Secretary Jack Straw has now declared that Mr. Raissi is allegeable for compensation. The amount would be independently assessed but it’s thought it could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.

World news from the BBC.

Iraqi officials said at least 58 people have been killed in bomb attacks that targeted civilians in Shiite dominated areas in and around the capital Baghdad as Friday prayers were ending. Most of the deaths were inside the city, located in north of the capital and in southern Baghdad. No group has said it carried out the attacks but officials in Baghdad named al-Qaeda, saying the bombings were in revenge for the killing of two profile al-Qaeda operatives on Sunday.

The Ethiopian government says half the number of people died of malaria by distributing nearly 20 million insecticide-treated bed nets. The government said it had achieved this by training 30,000 health workers and extending the country’s system of roads to reach some of Ethiopia’s most remote areas. Malaria is the leading cause of death in Africa.

A court in England has convicted an atheist of causing religious aggregated harassment for disturbing leaflets mocking Jesus Christ, Islam and the Pope. The man Harry Taylor said he was trying to convert religious believers to atheism by leaving home-made posters in the pray room at John Lennon Airport in Liverpool. Nick Ravenscroft reports.
One poster depicted two Muslims holding a placard demanding equality with the caption “Not for women or gays obviously”. Another featured cartoon was the Pope with a condom on his finger. Harry Taylor told the court he bore no grudge against people of faith and left the images in the pray room in a tribute to John  Lennon, whose song imagine referred to a world with no religion. But Mr. Taylor was convicted and given a six-month jail sentences suspended to two years.

Turkmenistan has held its first circus show since they were banned nine years ago. 15,000 children in the capital Ashgabat watched performance by clowns, elephants and camels. Circuses along with ballet, opera and the theatre were all prohibited by the former leader Saparmurat Niyazov, who died in 2006.

BBC news.
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本帖最后由 nolose 于 2010-4-26 08:19 编辑

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BBC news with Mike Cooper

The International Monetary Fund and the European Union Commission has promised to act swiftly after Greece said it needed to activate a 60-biilion rescue package agreed in principle last week. Correspondent said the IMF is likely to demand tough austerity measures. The crisis sparked angry skirmish in Athens this evening as Malcolm Brabant reports.
The authorities here are on alert for social unrest. Seasoned left-winged political activist acknowledged that 24-hour strikes and frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its austerity programme. What we need, said one activist, are open-ended strikes, and occupation of factories and other places of employment. The socialist government has made it clear that it won’t tolerate a repeat of the riot in 2008, when city centres across the country were vandalised and buildings burnt. The police have been ordered to be more robust wtih trouble makers.

Governor of the American state Arizona Jan Brewer has signed into law a bill tightening immigration hours after President Obama criticise it. The unprecedented state law gives new powers to local police to question people about their immigration status. Governor Brewer said the law would strengthen border controls in the state which neighbours Mexico. President Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the Justice Department to investigate whether it violated the civil rights of Latinos and other immigrants.

A judge in the American state of Utah has sanctioned the execution of a convicted murderer by firing squad. Ronnie Lee Gardner would be the first person in the U.S. to face a firing squad in 14 years. Gardner was convicted in 1985 of killing an attorney in a botched escape attempt. Here is Madeleine Morris.
In signing the warrant for Ronnie Lee Gardner’s execution, a judge in Salt Lake City gave the convicted murderer the choice of death by lethal injection or facing a firing squad. Gardener chose the latter. The case has already \ reignited the debate in Utah about the use of firing squad. Oklahoma is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment was reinstated in the U.S. in 1976, but it has never killed anyone in this way.

A pilot wrongly accused of involvement in the 9/11 attacks has won his legal battle for compensation. Lotfi Raissi, an Algerian born British resident was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks. This report from our home affairs correspondent Danny Shaw.
Lotfi Raissi was held in a maximum security prison for nearly five months before the judge ordered his release, saying there was no evidence to linking him with terrorism. Two years ago, the Court of Appeals said Mr. Raissi had been the victim of the heightened emotional atmosphere at the end of 2001 and ordered ministers to consider paying damages. The Justice Secretary Jack Straw has now declared that Mr. Raissi is eligable for compensation. The amount would be independently assessed but it’s thought it could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.

World news from the BBC.

Iraqi officials said at least 58 people have been killed in bomb attacks that targeted civilians in Shiite dominated areas in and around the capital Baghdad as Friday prayers were ending. Most of the deaths were inside the city, located in north of the capital and in southern Baghdad. No group has yet said it carried out the attacks but officials in Baghdad have blamed al-Qaeda, saying the bombings were in revenge for the killing of two profile al-Qaeda operatives on Sunday.

The Ethiopian government says it halve the number of people dying of malaria by distributing nearly 20 million insecticide-treated bed nets. The government said it had achieved this by training 30,000 health workers and extending the country’s system of roads to reach some of Ethiopia’s most remote areas. Malaria is the leading cause of death in Africa.

A court in northern England has convicted an atheist of causing religious aggregated harassment for disturbing leaflets mocking Jesus Christ, Islam and the Pope. The man Harry Taylor said he was trying to convert religious believers to atheism by leaving home-made posters in the pray room at John Lennon Airport in Liverpool. Nick Ravenscroft reports.
One poster depicted two Muslims holding a placard demanding equality with the caption “Not for women or gays obviously”. Another featured cartoon was the Pope with a condom on his finger. Harry Taylor told the court that he bore no grudge against people of faith and left the images in the pray room in a tribute to John  Lennon, whose song imagine referred to a world with no religion. But Mr. Taylor was convicted and given a six-month jail sentences suspended for two years.

Turkmenistan has held its first circus show since they were banned nine years ago. 15,000 children in the capital Ashgabat watched a performance by clowns, elephants and camels. Circuses along with ballet, opera and the theatre were all prohibited by the former leader Saparmurat Niyazov, who died in 2006.

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A judge in the American state of Utah has sanctioned the execution of a convicted murderer by firing squad. Ronnie Lee Gardner will be the first person in the US to face a firing squad in 14 years. Gardner was convicted in 1985 of killing an attorney in a botched escape attempt. Here is Madeleine Morris.
In signing the warrant for Ronnie Lee Gardner's execution, a judge in Salt Lake City gave the convicted murderer the choice of death by lethal injection or facing a firing squad. Gardner chose the latter. The case has already re-ignited the debate in Utah about the use of firing squads. Oklahoma is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment was reinstated in the US in 1976. But it has never killed anyone this way.
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The international monetary fund and  European commission have promised to act in swiftly after Greece said it needed to activate a 60 billion dollar rescue package agreed in principle last week. Correspondents say the IMF is likely to demand tougher austerity measures. The crisis has sparked an angry skirmish in Athens this evening, as Milcom Braven reports.
The authorities here are on alert for social unrest. Seizing? left-wing political activists have acknowledged that 24-hour strikes and frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its austerity program. What we need, said one / activist, are open-ended strikes, occupations of factories and other places of employment. The socialist government has made it clear that they won't tolerate repeat of the riots of 2008 when city centers across the country were vandalized and buidings burned. The police have been ordered to be more robust with troublemakers.
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The International Monetary Fund and the European Commission have promised to act swiftly after Greece said it needed to activate a 60-billion-dollar rescue package agreed in principle last week. Correspondents say the IMF is likely to demand tough austerity measures. The crisis sparked from angry skirmish in Athens this evening. That's Malcolm Brabant reports.



The authorities here are on alert for social unrest. Seasoned left wing political activists acknowledged that 24-hour strikes in frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its austerity program. What we need, said one activist, are open-ended strikes, and occupations of factories and other places of employment. The socialist government has made it clear that they won't tolerate repeat of the riots of 2008 when city centers across the country were vandalized and buildings burned. The police have been ordered to be more robust with troublemakers.



Governor of American state of Arkansas Jim Breuer has signed a law, a bill tightening immigration hours after President Obama criticized it. The unprecedented state law gives new powers to local police to question people about the immigration status. Governer Breuer said the law would strengthen border controls in the state which neighbors Mexico. President Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the Justice Department to investigate whether it violated the civil rights of Latinos and other immigrants.



A judge in the American state of Utah has sanctioned the execution of a convicted murderer by firing squad. Ronnie Lee Gardner would be the first person in the US to face a firing squad in 14 years. Gardner was convicted in 1995 of killing an attorney in the botch … Here is Madeleine Morris.



In signing the warrant for Ronnie Lee Gardner’s execution, a judge in Salt Lake City gave the convicted murderer the choice of death by lethal injection or facing a firing squad. Gardner chose the latter. The case has already reignited the debate in Utah about the use of firing squads. Oklahoma is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment was reinstated in the US in 1976. But it has never killed anyone this way.



A pilot wrongly accused of involvement in the September 11th attack has won his legal battle for compensation. Lotfi Raissi, an Algerian born British resident was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks. This report’s from our home affairs correspondent, Danny Shaw.



Lotfi Raissi was held in an maximum security prison for nearly five months before a judge ordered his release, saying there was no evidence to link him to terrorism. Two years ago the court of appeals said Mr. Raissi had been the victim of the heightened emotional atmosphere at the end of 2001 and ordered ministers to consider paying damages. The Justice Secretary Jack Straw has now declared that Mr. Raissi is eligible for compensation. The amount will be independently assessed but it is thought it could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.



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BBC News with Mike Cooper

The International Monetary Fund and the European Commission have promised to act swiftly after Greece said it needed to activate a 60-billion-dollar rescue package agreed in principle last week. Correspondents say the IMF is likely to demand tough austerity measures. The crisis sparked an angry skirmish in Athens this evening as Malcolm Brabant reports.

The authorities here are on alert for social unrest. Seasoned left-wing political activists acknowledge that 24-hour strikes and frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its austerity programme. "What we need," said one activist, "are open-ended strikes on occupations of factories and other places of employment." The Socialist government has made it clear that it won't tolerate repeat of the riots of 2008 when city centres across the country were vandalized and buildings burned. The police have been ordered to be more robust with troublemakers.

Governor of the American state of Arkansas Jan Brewer has signed into law a bill tightening immigration hours after President Obama criticized it. The unprecedented state law gives new powers to local police to question people about their immigration status. Governor Brewer said the law would strengthen border controls in the state which neighbors Mexico. President Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the Justice Department to investigate whether it violated the civil rights of Latinos and other immigrants.

A judge in the American state of Utah has sanctioned the execution of a convicted murderer by firing squad. Ronnie Lee Gardner will be the first person in the US to face a firing squad in 14 years. Gardner was convicted in 1985 of killing an attorney in a botched escape attempt. Here is Madeleine Morris.

In signing the warrant for Ronnie Lee Gardner's execution, a judge in Salt Lake City gave the convicted murderer the choice of death by lethal injection or facing a firing squad. Gardner chose the latter. The case has already re-ignited the debate in Utah about the use of firing squads. Oklahoma is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment was reinstated in the US in 1976. But it has never killed anyone this way.

A pilot wrongly accused of involvement in the 9/11 attacks has won his legal battle for compensation. Lofti Raissi, an Algerian-born British resident, was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks. This report from our home affairs correspondent Danny Shaw.

Lotfi Raissi was held in a maximum security prison for nearly five months before a judge ordered his release, saying there was no evidence to link him to terrorism. Two years ago, the Court of Appeal said Mr Raissi had been the victim of the heightened emotional atmosphere at the end of 2001 and ordered ministers to consider paying damages. The Justice Secretary Jack Straw has now declared that Mr Raissi is eligible for compensation. The amount will be independently assessed but it's thought it could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.

World News from the BBC

Iraqi officials say at least 58 people have been killed in bomb attacks that targeted civilians in Shiite-dominated areas in and around the capital Baghdad as Friday prayers were ending. Most of the deaths were in Sadr City, located north of the capital and in southern Baghdad. No group has yet said it carried out the attacks but officials in Baghdad have blamed \ al-Qaeda, saying that the bombings were in revenge for the killing of two high profile al-Qaeda operatives on Sunday.

The Ethiopian government says it's halved the number of people dying of malaria by distributing nearly 20 million \ insecticide-treated bed nets. The government said it had achieved this by training \ 30,000 health workers and extending the country's system of roads to reach some of Ethiopia's more remote areas. Malaria is the leading cause of death in Africa.

A court in northern England has convicted an atheist of causing religiously aggravated harassment for distributing leaflets mocking Jesus Christ, Islam and the Pope. The man, Harry Taylor, said he was trying to convert religious believers to atheism by leaving home-made posters in the prayer room at John Lennon Airport in Liverpool. Nick Ravenscroft reports.

One poster depicted two Muslims holding a placard demanding equality with the caption not for women or gays obviously. Another featured a cartoon of the Pope with a condom on his finger. Harry Taylor told the court that he bore no grudge against people of faith and left the images in the prayer room in a tribute to John Lennon whose song "Imagine" referred to a world with no religion. But Mr Taylor was convicted and given a six-month jail sentence suspended for two years.

Turkmenistan has held its first circus shows since they were banned nine years ago. Fifteen hundred children in the capital Ashgabat watched a performance by clowns, elephants and camels. Circuses along with ballet, opera and the theatre were all prohibited by the former leader Saparmurat Niyazov who died in 2006.

BBC News
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