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An international military operation is underway in Libya to enforce a United Nations resolution to prevent Colonel Gaddafi’s forces attacking civilians. The United States said American and British naval forces have fired more than 100 cruise missiles at around 20 military targets in Libya. Paul Adams reports from Washington. Within the last few minutes, the director of the US military’s Joint Staff, Vice Admiral WilliamGortney, has given more details about what he described as the first phase of a multi-phased operation. He said a hundred and ten ruise missiles had been fired against Libya’s air defense and missile systems. This phase, he said, was all about creating conditions for coalition partners to patrol the no-fly zone established by UN Security Council Resolution 1973. State TV in Libya said civilian targets had been hit. Earlier, French war planes destroyed a number of pro-Gaddafi tanks and armoredvehicles near the rebel-held city of Benghazi. President Obama says the United States is part of a broad coalition to answer the calls of a threatened people in Libya. But he reiterated that the US would not deploytroops on the ground. "I want the American people to know that the use of force is not our first choiceand it’s not a choice that I make lightly. But we cannot stand idly by when a tyrant tells his people that there will be no mercyand his forces step up their assaults on cities like Benghazi and Misrata." The French Foreign MinisterAlain Juppe said that the attacks will continue over the next few days until the Libyan government complies with the UN resolution. Russia said it regrets the decision by Western powers to take military action in Libya. Reportsfrom the rebel-held stronghold of Benghazi say rebels have retaken the whole of the city after driving out forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi. A British journalist in Benghazi told the BBC that the city had been heavily shelled by pro-Gaddafi forces, but that there had not been any incoming fire since late afternoon. The rebels say roads to the east of Benghazi are clogged with car loads of terrified families. Kevin Connolly is in eastern Libya. What we can see tonight, I think, in the rebel-held part of eastern Libya here is that the day that began frankly in shock and despair when Muammar Gaddafi used the window of opportunity created by the gap between the UN’s resolution and UN action in the skies here to move into Benghazi. As the skies have darkened behind  the end of Tobruk, the mood has lightened because this sensed that the United Nations sanctions jets are in the air, taking actions against Muammar Gaddafi, targeting his tanks on the ground. There is a huge belief in this part of the country now for that is turning the tides of this civil war against Muammar Gaddafi and they also represent a turning point in this country’s unhappy recent history.
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Millions of people in Egypt have taken part in a referendum on constitutional reforms a month after a popular uprising swept President Mubarak from power. In the capital Cairo, an angry crowd prevented the opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei from casting his vote. If passed, the vote ould allow Eypt to hold fresh elections within six months. Initial results are expected on Sunday. From Cairo, here’s Jonathan Head. It was something most of the voters said they’d never seen before. People queuing in lines that ran around the block to cast their ballots. Under former President Mubarak, elections were stage-managed affairs ith pre-determined results and turnout was very low. Today though, people waited patiently for hours, for many of them, it was the first time they’d ever voted.
. The Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has told President Obama that the United States will have many opportunities to help develop Brazil’s newly found oil fields. She was speaking after talks with Mr Obama who’s visiting the country for the first time. For his part, President Obama said the US was looking forward to signing several trade and financial agreements with Brazil.
The Japanese authorities say that they havedetected radioactive contamination in food as they are trying to fix the wrecked nuclear power plant at Fukushima. Officials said they’d found radiation levels above safety limits in milk and vegetables originating from the Fukushima area. Traces of radioactive iodine were also reported in  near Tokyo. The government said the levels present posed no risk to human health.
The governing party in the southern Indian state ofTamil Natu said it will provide all households in the state with free food mixer if it’s voted back into power. The DMK party, a key ally of the congress-led government, is also offering free laptops for college students and free rice for nearly two million very poor families.
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[BBC News with M~]
        An international operation is under way in Libya to enforce the UN’s resolution to protect Colonel Gadhafi’s forces attacking civilians. The US said American and British naval forces have fired more than 100 cruise missiles at around 20 military targets in Libya. P~ reports from Washington.

“Within the last few minutes the director of the US military joint staff, V~ has given more details about what he described as ‘the first phase of a multi-phased operation. He said 110 cruise missiles had been fired against Libya’s air defense  missile systems. This phase, he said, was all about creating conditions for coalition parterners to patrol the no-fly zone established by UN Security Council resolution 1973.”

State TV in Libya said civilian targets have been hit. Earlier French war planes destroyed a number of pro-Gadhafi tanks and armored vehicles near the rebel-held city of Benghazi.

President Obama says the US is part of a broad coalition to answer the calls the of a threatened people in Libya. But he reiterated that the US will not deploy troops on the ground.

“I want the American people to know that the use of force it not the first choice, and it’s not a choice that I make lightly. But we can not stand idly by when a tyrant tells his people that there will be no mercy. And his forces stepped up their assaults and cities like Benghazi and N~.”

The French Foreign Minister AR~ said the attacks would continue over the next few days until the Libyan government complies with the UN resolution. Russia said it regrets of the decision by western powers to take military action in Libya.

Reports from the rebel-held stronghold of Benghazi say rebels have retaken the whole of the city after driving out forces loyal to Colonel Gadhafi. A British journalist in Benghazi told the BBC that the city had been heavily shelled by pro-Gadhafi forces. But there had not been any incoming fires since late afternoon. The rebels say roads to the east of Benghazi are clogged with car loads of terrified families. K~ is in eastern Libya.

“What we can see tonight, I think, in the rebel-held part of eastern Libya here, is the day that began frankly in shock and despair, when M~Gadhafi used the window of opportunity created by the gap between the UN’s resolution and UN action in the skies here to move into Benghazi. As the skies have darken behind me into broke the mood has lightened because this sense that UN’s sanction jets in the air, taking actions against MGadhafi, targeting his tanks on the ground. There is a huge belief in this part of the country now, for that is turning the tides of this civil war against Moammar Gadhafi, and they also represent a turning point in this country’s unhappy recent history."
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Millions of people in Egypt have taken part in a referendum in constitutional reforms, a month after a popular uprising swept President M~ from power. In the capital Cairo, an angry crowd prevented the oppositional figure M~ from casting his vote. If passed the vote would allow Egypt to hold fresh elections within 6 months. Initial results are expected on Sunday. From Cairo here is J~.

“It was something most of the voters said they’d never seen before. People queue in lines that rang around the block to cast their ballots. Under former President M~, elections were stage-managed affairs
with
predetermined results and turnout was very low. Today though people waited patiently for hours, for many of them, it was the first time they’d ever voted.”

The Brazilian President JR~ has told President Obama that the US will have many opportunities to help develop Brazil’s newly found oil fields. She was speaking after talks with Mr. Obama who is visiting the country for the first time. For his part, President Obama said that the US was looking forward to signing several trade and financial trade with Brazil.

The Japanese authorities say they’ve detected radioactive contamination in food as they try to fix the wrecked nuclear power plant at Fukushima. Officials said they’d found radiation levels above safety limits in milk and vegetables originating from Fukushima area. Traces of radioactive iodine were also reported in tap water near Tokyo. But the government said the levels present pose no risks to human health.

The governing party in the southern Indian state of T~ has said it would provide all households in the state with free food mixer, if it’s voted back into power, the DMK party, a key ally of the Congress-led government, is also offering free laptops for college students and free rice for nearly two million very poor families.
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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald:

An international military operation is underway in Libya to enforce United Nations’ resolution to prevent Colonel Gaddafi’s forces attacking civilians. The United States said American and British naval forces have fired more than 100 cruise missiles at around 20 military targets in Libya. Paul Adams reports from Washington:

“Within the last few minutes, the director of the US military joint staff, vice admiral William Gortney, has given more details about what he described as the first phase of a multi-phased operation. He said 110 cruise missiles had been fired against Libya’s air defense missile systems. This phase, he said was all about creating conditions for coalition partners to petrol the no-fly zone, are established by UN Security Council resolution 1973.”

State TV in Libya said civilian targets had been hit. Earlier, French warplanes destroyed a number of pro-Gaddafi tanks and armored vehicles near the rebel-held city of Benghazi.

President Obama says the United States is part of abroad coalition to answer the calls of the threatened people in Libya, but reiterated, the US would not deploy troops on the ground.

“I want the American people to know, that the use of force is not our first choice, and it is not a choice that make languid. But we cannot stand idly by when a tyrant tells his people that there will be no mercy and his forces step up their assaults on cities like Benghazi and Misrata. ”

The French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe said that the attacks will continue over the next few days, until a Libyan government complies with the UN resolution. Russia said it regrets the decision by western powers to take military action in Libya.

Reports from the rebel-held stronghold of Benghazi say rebels have retaken the whole of the city, after driving out forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi. A British journalist in Benghazi told the BBC that the city had been heavily shelled by pro-Gaddafi forces. But there’d not been any incoming fire since late afternoon. The Rebels say roads to the east of Benghazi are clogged with carloads of terrified families. Kevin Connolly is in eastern Libya:

“What we can see tonight, a scene, in the rebel-held part of eastern Libya here, is of days began frankly in shock and despair, when Muammar Gaddafi used the window opportunities created by the gap between the UN’s resolution and UN action in the skies here to move into Benghazi. As the skies have darkened behind me is to broke, the mood has lightened, because the sense that United Nations sanction jets in the air of taking action against Muammar Gaddafi targeting his tanks on the ground. There is a huge belief in this part of the country now for that is turning the tides of this civil war against Muammar Gaddafi and may also represent a turning point in this country’s unhappy recent history.”

World News from the BBC:

Millions of people in Egypt have taken part in a referendum on constitutional reforms, a month after a popular uprising swept President Mubarak from power. In the capital Cairo, an angry crowd prevented the opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei from casting his vote. If passed, the vote would allow Egypt to hold fresh elections within six months. Initial results are expected on Sunday, from Cairo, here is Jonathan Head:

“It was something, most of the voters said they’d never seen before, people queuing in lines that ran around the block to cast their ballots. Under Former President Mubarak, elections were stage-managed to fairs with predetermined results, and turnout was very low. Today, those people waited patiently for hours. For many of them, it was the first time they’d ever voted.”

The Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has told President Obama that the United States would have many opportunities to help developed Brazil’s newly found oil fuels. She was speaking after talks with Mr. Obama who is visiting the country for the first time. For his part, President Obama said the US was looking forward to signing several trade and financial agreements with Brazil.

The Japanese authorities say that they have detected radioactive contamination in food as they tried to fix the rigged nuclear power plant at Fukushima. Official said they had found radiation levels above safety limits in milk and vegetables, originating from the Fukushima area. Traces of radioactive iodine were also reported in temp point near Tokyo. But the government said the levels present posed no risk to human health.

The governing party, in the southern India city of Tamil Natu, said it will provide all households in the state with free food mixer, if it is voted back into power. The DMK party, a key ally of the congress led government, is also offering free laptops for college students and free rice for nearly two million very poor families.

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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-20

BBC news with Gaenor Howells


The United States has expressed alarm about the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan,which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week.The head of the US nuclear regulatory commission said he thought the cooling pond of the plant's number 4 reactor was completely dry,leaving its fuel rods exposed.The US energy Secretary said the situation appeared to be more serious than the partial meltdown at the three mile Island in Pennsylvania in 1979.Adam Brooks reports from Washington.


BBC news with Fiona MacDonald


An international military operation is underway in Libya to enforce a United Nations resolution to prevent Colonel Gaddfi's forces attacking civilians. The United States said American and British forces have fired more than 100 cruise missiles at around 20 military targets in Libya.Paul Adams reports from Washington.


Within the last few minutes,the director of the US military's joint staff,Vice Admiral William Gortney,has given more details about what he described as the first phase of a multi-phased operation.He said 110 cruise missiles had been fired against Libya's Air Defense and Missile Systems. This phase he said was all about creating conditions for coalition partners to patrol the no-fly zone established by UN Security Council resolution 1973.


State TV in Libya said civilian targets had been hit.Earlier,French warplanes destroyed a number of  Pro-Gaddafi's tanks and armoured vehicles near the rebel-held city of Benghazi.


The President Obama says the United States is part of a broad coalition to answer the calls of a threatened people in Libya.But he reiterated that the US would not deploy troops on the ground.


I want the American people to know that the use of force is not our first choice and it's not a choice that I make likely.But we can not stand idly by when a tyrant tells his people that there will be no mercy,and his forces step up their assaults on cities like Benghazi and Misurata.


The French Foreign Minister  Alain Juppe has said the attacks will continue over the next few days until the Libyan government complies with the UN resolution.Russia said it regrets the decision by western partners to take military action in Libya.


Reprots from the rebel-held stronghold of Benghazi say rebels has retaken the whole of the city after driving out forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi.A British journalist in Benghazi told the BBC  that the city had been heavily shield by Pro-Gaddafi forces.But there hadn't been any incoming fires since late afternoon.The rebels say roads to the eastern Benghazi are clogged with cartloads of terrified families.Kevin Connolly is in eastern Libya.


What we can see tonight  I think   in the rebel-held part of eastern Libya here is the day that began frankly in shock and despair when Muammar Gaddafi used the window opportunity created by the gap between the UN's resolution and the UN action of skies here to move into Benghazi.As the skies have darkened behind the end of Tobruk,the mood has lightened because this sensed that United Nations sanction jets are in the air.Taking action against Muammar Gaddafi,targeting his tanks on the ground.There is a huge belief  in this part of the country now.The battle is turning the tide of this civil war against Muammar Gaddafi and may also represent a turning point in this country's unhappy recent history.


World News from the BBC


Millions of people in Egyptian have taken part in a referendum on constitutional reforms.A month after a popular upraising swept President Mubarak from power.In the capital Cairo,an angry crowd prevented the opposition figure,Mohamed ElBaradei from casting his vote.If passed,the vote would allow Egypt to  hold fresh elections within six months.
Initial results are expected on Sunday.From Cairo,here is Jonathan Head.


It was something most of the votes said they'd never seen before.People queuing in lines that run around the block to cast their ballots.Under former President Mubarak,elections were state-managed affairs with pre-determined results and turnout was very low.Today,though,people waited patiently for hours.For most of them,it was the first time,they had ever voted.


The Brazilian President has told President Barack Obama that the United States will havemany opportunities to help develop Brazil's newly found oil fields.He was speaking after talks with President Obama who's visiting the country for the first time.For his part,President obama said the US,was looking forward to sign in several trade and  financial agreements with Brazil.


The Japanese authorities say they have detected radiation active contamination in food as it tries to fix the wrecked nuclear power plant at Fukushima.Officials said they had found radiation levels above safety limits in milk and vegetables originating from the Fukushima area.Traces of radioactive iodine  were also reported in tap water near Tokyo.But the government said the levels present pose no risk to human health.


The governing party in the southern Indian City of Tamil Nadu  said it will provide all households in the state with free food mixer.If it's voted back into power.The DMK Party,a key ally of congress-led government is also offering free laptops for college students and free rice from nearly 10 million very poor families.


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BBC News with F.Macdonald.an international military operation is on the way to Libya to enforce United Nation's resolution to prevent Colonel Gadaffi's forces attacking civilians. the United States said American and British navy forces had fired more than 100 cruise missiles at round 20 military targets in Libya.Pol Adam reports from Washington.
within the last few minutes,the director of the US military joint staff W.G.has given more details about what he described at the first phase of multiphaced operation.he said 110 cruise missiles have been fired against Libya's air defence missiles systems. this phase he said was all about to creating conditions for coalition partners to patrol no-fly zone established by UN Security Council resolution 1973.
state TV in Libya said civiliant target had been hit earlier French planes destroyed a number of pro-Gadaffi's tanks and armed vehicles near the rebel held city of Benghazi.
president Obama says United States is a part of broad coalition to answer the calls of threatened people in Libya,but he re-iterated that the US will not deploy troops on the ground.
I want American people to know that the use of force is not our first choice and it is not the choice I make lightly.but we cannot stand idly by when it tyrant tells people that there will be no mercy and forces set up their assaults on cities like B. and M.
the French foreign minister A.J.said the attacks would continue over the next few days until the Libyan government complies with the UN resolution. Russia said it regrets the decision by the western powers to take the military actions in Libya.

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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald

An international military operation is on the way to Libya to enforce United Nations’ resolution to prevent Col Gaddafi’s forces attacking civilians. The United States said American and British Naval Forces have fired more than 100 cruise missiles at around 20 military targets in Libya. Paul Adams reports from Washington.

Within the last few minutes, the director of the UN military joint staff, Vice Admiral William Gortney, has given more details about what he described as the first phase of a multi-phased operation. He said 110 cruise missiles have been fired against Libya’s anti-fence missile systems. This phase he said is all about creating conditions for coalition partners to patrol the no-fly zone established by UN Security Council Resolution 1973.

State TV in Libya said civilian targets had been hit. Earlier, French warplanes destroyed a number of pro-Gaddafi tanks and armed vehicles near the rebel-held city of Benghazi.

President Obama says the United States is part of a broad coalition to answer the calls of threatened people in Libya, but he reiterated that the US will not deploy troops on the ground.

“I want the American people to know that the use of force is not our first choice and it’s not a choice that I make likely. But we can not stand idly by when a tyrant tells us people that there will be no mercy. And spots of * on our thoughts on cities like Benghazi and Misrata.”

The French foreign minister, Alain Juppe, said the attacks will continue over the next few days until the Libyan government complies with the UN resolution. Russia said it regrets the decision by western powers to take military action in Libya.

Reports from the rebel-held stronghold of Benghazi say rebels had retaken the whole of the city after driving out the forces loyal to Col Gaddafi. A British journalist in Benghazi told the BBC that the city had been shelled by pro-Gaddafi forces, but there had not been any incoming fire since late afternoon. The rebel seized road to the east of Benghazi, a * with carloads of terrified families. Kevin Connolly is in eastern Libya.

What we can tonight as being in the rebel-held part of eastern Libya here is that they began frankly in shock and despair when Gaddafi used the wind of opportunity created by the gap between the UN’ resolution and UN’ action disguised at moving into Benghazi. As the sky’s darkened behind me into blue, the mood has lightened because they sensed that United Nations’ sanction * in the air, taking action against Muammar Gaddafi, targeting his tanks on the ground. There is a huge believe in this part of the country now - the bad is turning the tide of this civil war against Muammar Gaddafi, and they also represent a turning point in this country’s unhappy recent history.

World News from the BBC

Millions of people in Egypt have taken part in a referendum on constitutional reforms a month after a popular uprising swept President Mubarak from power. In the capital Cairo, an angry crowd prevented the opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei from casting his vote, if passed vote would allow Egypt to hold fresh elections within six months. Initial results are expected on Sunday. From Cairo, here’s Jonathan Head.

It was something most of the voters said they’ve never seen before---people queuing in lines that run around the block to cast their ballots. Under former President Mubarak, elections were state managing affairs with predetermined results and turnout was very low. Today, though people waited patiently for hours, for many of them it was the first time they’d ever voted.

The Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has told President Obama that the United States made many opportunities to help develop Brazil’s newly-found oil fields. She was speaking after talks with Mr. Obama who’s visiting the country for the first time. For his part, President Obama said the US was looking forward to signing several trade and financial agreements with Brazil.

The Japanese authorities say they’ve detected radio-active contamination in food as they tried to fix the rigged nuclear power plant in Fukushima. Officials said they’ve found radiation levels above safety limits in milk and vegetables * from the Fukushima area. Traces of active * were also reported in * near Tokyo, but the government said the level of present pulls no risk to human health.

The governing party in the southern Indian state of Tamil Natu said it would provide all households in the state with free food * if it’s voted back into power. The DMK party, a key ally of the congress-led government, is also offering free laptops for college students and free rice for nearly 2m very poor families.

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An international military operation is underway in Libya to enforce a United Nations resolution to prevent Colonel Gaddafi’s forces attacking civilians. The United States said American and British naval forces have fired more than 100 cruise missiles at around 20 military targets in Libya. Paul Adam reports from Washington.

Within the last few minutes, the director of the US military’s Joint Staff Vice Admiral William Gortney has given more details about what he described as the first phase of a multi-phased operation. He said 110 cruise missiles have been fired against Libya’s air defense and missile systems. This phase, he said, is all about creating conditions for coalition partners to patrol the no-fly zone established by UN Security Council Resolution 1973.

State TV in Libya said civilian targets had been hit. Earlier, French war planes destroyed a number of pro-Gaddafi tanks and armoured vehicles near the rebel-held city of Benghazi.

President Obama says the United States is part of a broad coalition to answer the codes of threatening people in Libya. But he reiterated that the US would not deploy troops on the ground.

“I want the American people to know that the use of force is not our first choice and it’s not a choice that I make lightly. But we cannot stand idly by when a tyrant tells his people that there will be no mercy and his forces step up their assaults on cities like Benghazi and Misrata.

The French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe has said that the attacks will continue over the next few days until the Libyan government complies with the UN resolution. Russia said it regrets the decision by Western powers to take military action in Libya.

Reports from the rebel-held stronghold of Benghazi say rebels have retaken the whole of the city after driving out forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi. A British journalist in Benghazi told the BBC that the city had been heavily shelled by pro-Gaddafi forces, but that there had not been any incoming fires since late afternoon. The rebels say roads to the east of Benghazi are clogged with car loads of terrified families. Kevin Connolly is in eastern Libya.

What we can see tonight, I think, in the rebel-held part of eastern Libya here is that they have began frantic in shock and despair when Muammar Gaddafi used the window of opportunity created by the gap between the UN’s resolution and UN’s action in the skies here to move into Benghazi. As the skies have darken behind me into brown, the moods has lightened because this sense that United Nations sanctions jets are in the air taking actions against Muammar Gaddafi, targeting his tanks on the ground. There is a huge belief in this part of the country now for that is turning the tides of this civil war against Muammar Gaddafi and they also represent a turning point in this country’s unhappy recent history.

World news from the BBC

Millions of people in Egypt have taken part in the referendum constitutional reforms a month after a popular uprising swept President Mubarak from power. In the capital Cairo, an angry crowd prevented the opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei from casting his vote. If passed, the vote will allow Egypt to hold fresh election within six months. Initial results are expected on Sunday. From Cairo, here’s Johathan Head.

It was something most of the voters said they never seen before. People queuing in lines that ran around the blocks to cast their ballots. Under former president Mubarak, elections was staged-managed to fairs with predetermined results and turnout was very low. Today though, people waited patiently for hours. For many of them, it was the first time they had ever voted.

The Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has told President Obama that the United States will have many opportunities to help develop Brazil’s newly found oil fields. She was speaking after talks with President Obama who is visiting the country for the first time. For his part, president Obama said that the US is looking forward to signing several trade and financial agreements with Brazil.

The Japanese authorities say they’ve detected radioactive contamination in food as they try to fix the rigged nuclear power plant at Fukushima. Official said they’d found radiation levels above safety limits in milk and vegetables originating from the area. Traces of radioactive iodine were also reported in tap water in Tokyo. But the government said the levels present posed no risk to human health.

The governing party in the southern India states of Tamil Natu said it will provide all households in the states with free food mixer if it is voted back into power. The DMK party, a key ally of the congress-led government is also offering free laptops for college students and free rice for nearly two million very poor families.

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BBC news with Fiona McDonald. An international military operation is under way in Libya to enforce an U.N. resolution to revent Colonel Kadhafi’s forces attacking civilians. The United States said American and British navy forces have filed more than 100 missiles on 20 military targets in Libya. Paul Laden reports from Washington. Within the few minutes, the director of U.S.’s joint staff Vice Colonel Kadhafi has gave more details on what he describes as the first phrase of a multi-phrased operation. He said 110 missiles have been fired against Libya’s air-defense missile systems. This phrase, he said, is all about creating conditions for coalition partners to patrol the no-flight zone established by U.N. Security Council resolution 1973. State TV in Libya said civilian targets have been hit earlier French war plane destroyed a number of ``Kaddafi’s tanks and armed vehicles near the rebel `` city of B``. President Obama said the United State is a part of a broad coalition to answer the calls of threatening people in Libya. But he reiterated that the U.S. will not deploy troops on the ground. “I want the American people to know that the use of force is not our first choice. It is not a choice that I make likely. But we cannot stand entirely by when the tyrant tells his people that there will be no mercy. And its force steps up thier sorts on cities like B, and R”. The French foreign minister Michele Alliot-Marie said that the attacks will continue for the next few days until the Libyan government complied with the U.N. resolution. Russia said it regret the decision by western powers to take military actions in Libya.
Reports on the rebel-held stronghold of B``say revels are retaking the whole of the city, after driving out forces loyal to Kaddafi. A British journalist in B told BBC that the city had been heavily shelled by poor Kaddafi forces. But there had not been any incoming fires since late afternoon. The rebel says the road to the east of B is loaded with carloads of terrified families. Kelvin is in eastern Libya. “What we can say the light thing in the rebel-held part in eastern Libya was they have began frankly in shock and despair when Kaddafi used the window of opportunity created by the gap between the U.N.’s resolution and U.N. action as a disguise to move to B. As the skies are dark and behind me in into breaking, the mood lighted because of the sense that the U.N. sanction jets are in the air, taking actions against Kaddafi, targeting his tanks on the ground. There is a huge belief in this part of the country now that this is turning the tide of the civil war against Kaddafi, and they also represent a turning point in this country’s unhappy recent history.

World news from the BBC.
Millions of people in Egypt are taking part in a referendum on constitutional reform a month after a popular uprising swept President Mubarak from power. In the capital Cairo, a angry crowd prevented the opposition figure Muhammad A from casting his vote. If pass the votes will allow Egyptians to hold fresh elections within six months. Initial results are expected on Sunday. From Cairo, here is Johison AA. It was something most of the voters said they’ve never seen before. People keep in lines that right around the block to cast their ballots. And for former president Mubarak, elections will stage managed affairs with predetermined results and turned out was very low. Today their people waited patiently for hours. For many of them, it was the first time they’d ever voted.

The Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff told President Obama that the United States will have many opportunities to help develop Brazil’s newly found oil fields. He was speaking after talks with President Obama who visited the country for the first time. For his part, President Obama said the U.S. was looking forward to signing several trade and finance agreements with Brazil.
The Japanese authority said they detected radioactive contamination in food as it tried to fix the nuclear power plant in Fukushima. Officials said they found radiation levels above safety limit in milk and vegetables originating from the Fukushima area. Traces of radioactive iodine were also reported in T, near Tokyo. But the government said the levels present prove no risk to human health.
The governing party in the southern Indian city of T. said it will provide all households in the state with free food if it is voted back into power. The DMK party, a key ally of congress-led government is also offering free laptops for college students and free rice for nearly 2 million very poor families.
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BBC news with Fiona MacDonald(好久没听精听了,都是粗略的,要坚持啊

A international military operation is underway in Lybia to enforce a United Nations resolution to prevent

Colonel Gaddafi’s forces attacking civlians. The United States said American and British naval forces have fired

more than 100 cruise missiles and around 20 military targets in Lybia. Paul Adams reports from Washington.

Within the last few minutes, the director of the US military's joint staff,   , has given more details about what he

described as the first phase of a multi-phased operation. He said about 110 cruise missiles have been fired

against Lybia's air defence missile systems. This phase, he said, was all about creating conditions for coalition

partners to patrol the no-fly zone established by UN Security Council Resolution 1973.

State TV in Lybia said civilian targets had been hit. Earlier, French warplanes destroyed  a nubmer of Colonel

Gaddafi’s tanks and armoured vehicles near the rebel-held city of Benghazi. President Obama says the United

States is part of a broad coalition to answer the calls of threatened people in Lybia, but he reiterated that the US

wound not deploy troops on the ground.

I want the American people to know that the use of force is not our first choice, and it's not a choice that I make

lightly. But we cannot stand idly by when a tyrant tells us people that there will be no mercy. And his forces step

up their assaults on cities like Benghazi and   .

The French Foreign Minister,  ,  said the attacks will continue over the next a few days until Lybian government

complies to the UN resolution. Russia said it regrets the decision by western powers to take military action in

Lybia.

Reports from the rebel-held stronghold of Benghazi say rebel's re-taken the whole of the city after driving out

forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi. Our British journalist in Benghazi,  , told the BBC that the city has been heavily

shelled pro-Gaddafi forces, but there have not been any incoming fires since late afternoon.

The rebels say roads to the east of Benghazi are clogged with cartloads of terrified families. () is in eastern

Lybia.

What we can see tonight, I think, in the rebel-held heart of eastern Lybia here is that the day that began,frankly,

in shock and despair when Colonel Gaddafi use the window of opportunity created by the gap between the UN's

resolution and UN action of skies here moving to Benghazi. As the skies have darkened behind me and the mood

has lightened because this sense that United Nations sanction jets are in the air, taking action against, targeting

his tanks on the ground. There is a huge belief in this part of the country now, but that is turning the tide of this

civil war against    and may also represent the turning point in this country's  unhappy recent history.

World news from the BBC

Millions of people in Egypt have taken part in a referendum on constitutional reforms, a month after a popular

uprising swept President Mubarak from power. In the capital Cairo, an angry croud prevented the opposition

figure     from casting his vote. If passed, the law would allow Egypt to hold fresh elections within six months.

Initial results are expected on Sunday. From Cairo, here is Johnathan Head.

It was something most of the voters said they'd never seen before. People queuing in lines that run around the

block to cast their ballots. Under former President Mubarak, elections were stage-managed affairs with pre-

determined results. The turnout was very low. Today, though, people waited patiently for hours. For many of

them, it was the first time they'd ever voted.

The Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff  has told President Obama that the United States will have many

opportunities to help develop Brazil's newly-found oil fjords. She was speaking after talks with Mr Obama who

is visiting the country for the first time. For his part, Mr Obama said the US was looking forward to signing

several trade and financial agreements with Brazil.

The Japanese authorities say they have dectected radioactive contamination in food as they tried to fix the

wrecked nuclear power plant at Fukushima. Officials said they'd found radiation levels above safety limits in

milk and vegetables originating from the Fukushima area. Traces of radioactive iodine were also reported in  

tap water near Tokyo. But the government said the levels present pose no risk to human healthy.

The governing party in the southern Indian state of   said it will provide all households in the state with free food

mixer if it is voted back into power.  The DMK party, a key ally to the congress-led government, is also offering

free laptops for college students and free rice for nearly 2 million very poor families.
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HW Mar 20
BBC News with Fiona McDonald
An international military operation is underway in Libya to enforce United Nations' resolution to prevent Col. Gaddafi's forces attacking civilians. The United States said American and British naval forces have fired more than 100 cruise missiles at around 20 military targets in Libya. Paul Adam reports from Washington.
Within the last few minutes, the director of the US military's John Staff, Vice-Admiral William Gortney, has given more details about he described as "the first phase of a multi-phase operation". He said 110 cruise missiles had been fired against Libya's air defense missile systems. This phase he said was all about creating conditions for coalition partners to patrol the no-fly zone        established by UN Security Council resolution 1973.

State TV in Libya says civilian targets have been hit. Earlier French warplanes destroyed a number of pro-Gaddafi tanks and armored vehicles near the rebel-held town of Benghazi.

President Obama says United States is part of a broad coalition to answer the calls of threatened people in Libya, but he * that the US will not deploy troops on the ground.
"I want American people to know that the use of force is not our first choice, and it's not a choice that I make *. But we cannot stand idly by when a tyrant tells his people that there will be no mercy, and his forces step up their assaults on cities like Benghazi and Misrata."

The French Foreign Minister Alliot-Marie said that the attacks will continue over the next few days until the Libyan government complies with the UN resolution. Russia said it regrets the decision by western powers to take military reaction in Libya.

Reports from the rebel-held stronghold of Benghazi say rebels have retaken the whole of the city after driving out forces loyal to Col. Gaddafi. A British journalist in Benghazi told the BBC that the city had been heavily shelled by pro-Gaddafi forces, but then there not been any incoming fires since late afternoon. Rebels say road to the east of Benghazi clogged with carloads of terrified families. Kevin Connely is in eastern Libya.
What we can see tonight, I think, in the rebel-held part of eastern Libya here is that they have became, frankly, in shock and despair when Muammar Gaddafi used the window of opportunity created by the gap between the UN's resolution and UN action in the sky yet to move into Benghazi. As the sky has darkened behind me into broke, the moon has lightened because, the since the United Nations' * jets are in the air, taking action against Muammar Gaddafi, targeting his tanks on the ground. There is a huge belief in this part of the country now, that that is turning the tide of this civil war against Muammar Gaddafi, and may also represent a turning point in this country's unhappy recent history.

World News from the BBC

Millions of people in Egypt have taken part in a referendum on constitutional reform, a month after a popular uprising swept President Mubarak from power. In the capital Cairo, an angry crowd prevented the opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei from casting his vote. If passed, the vote would allow Egypt to hold fresh elections within six months. Initial results are expected on Sunday. From Cairo here's Jonathan Head.
It was something most of the voters said they'd never seen before. People queuing in lines that ran around the block to cast their ballots. Under former President Mubarak, elections were stage managed to fells with pre-determined results, and turnout was very low. Today though people patiently waited for hours. To many of them it was the first time they'd ever voted.

The Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has told President Obama that the United States will leave many opportunities to help develop Brazil's newly found oil-fields. She was speaking after talks with Mr. Obama who's visiting the country for the first time. For his part, President Obama said the US was looking forward to signing several treat and financial agreements with Brazil.

The Japanese authority said they've detected radioactive contamination in food, as they are trying to fix the wrecked nuclear power plant in Fukushima. Officials said that they found radiation levels above safety limits in milk and vegetables originating from the Fukushima area. Traces of radioactive iodine were also reported in airport near Tokyo. But the government said the levels present pose no risk to human health.

The governing part in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu said it would provide all household in the state with free food * if it's * back into *. The DMK party, a key ally of the congress-led government, is also offering free laptops for college students and free rice for nearly 2 million very poor families.
BBC News.
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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-20

An international military operation is under way in Libya to enforce United Nations resolution to prevent colonel Gaddfi’s forces attacking civilians. The United States said American and British naval forces have fired more than one hundred cruise missiles at around twenty military targets in Libya. Poladam reports from Washington.

Within the last few minutes, the director of the US military join staff vice admiral William has given more detail about what he described as the first phase of the [url=]multi-phase[/url] operation. He said hundred ten cruise missiles had been fired against Libya’s air defense missile systems. This phase he said was all about creating conditions for coalition partners to patrol the no fly zone established by UN Security Council resolution 1973.

State TV in Libya said civilian targets had been hit. Earlier French warplanes destroyed a number of pro-Gaddafi tanks and armed vehicles near the rebel held city of Benghazi. President Obama says the United States is a part of broad coalition to answer the calls of threatened people in Libya but he reiterated that the US will not deploy troops on the ground.

I want the American people to know that the use of force is not our first choice and it’s not the choice that I make light way. But we can not stand ately by when the tyrant tell his people that there will be no mercy and his forces step up their assault on cities like Benghazi in the rebel. .

The French foreign minister Alan Rupi said the attacks will continue over the next few days until the Libyan government complies the UN resolution. Russia said it regrets the decision by western parts to take military action in Libya.

Reports on the rebel strong hold Benghazi say rebels have retaken the whole of the city after driving all forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi. A British journalist in Benghazi told the BBC that the city had been heavily shell by pro-Gaddafi forces but there no been any incoming fire since later afternoon. The rebel say road to the east Benghazi is crowd with car load of terrified families. Kevin is in eastern Libya.  

What we can see tonight in the rebel held part of eastern Libya here is a dive of begin frankly in shock despair when Gaddafi used the window opportunity created by the gap between the UN resolution and UN actions ** into Benghazi. As the sky of dark behind into broke, the mood has lightened because the sense the united nation’s sanction jets in the air taking action against Gaddafi, targeting his tanks on the ground. There is a huge belief in this part of the country now the battle is turning the tide of this civil war against Gaddafi and may also represent a turning point in this country’s unhappy recent history.      

World news from the BBC.

Millions of people in Egypt have taken part in referendum constitutional reforms a month after a popular uprising swept President Mubarak from power. In the capital Cairo angry crowd prevented the opposition figure Muhammad Abroda from costing his vote. If pass the vote, it would allow the Egypt to hold fresh election within six month. Initial results are expected on Sunday. From Cairo here is Jonasen Haid.
It was something most the voter said they have never seen before. People keeling in lines that run around the block to cast their ballots. Under former president Mubarak, elections were stage manage to fairs with predetermined results and turnout was very low. Today those people waited patiently for hours. For many of them it was the first time they had ever voted.  

The Brazilian president ** has told president Obama that the United States will have many opportunities to help develop Brazil’s newly found oil fields. He was speaking after talks with Mr. Obama who is visiting the county for the first time. For his part, president Obama said US was looking forward to signing several trade and financial agreements with Brazil.

The Japanese authority say the detective radioactive contamination in food as it try to fix the right nuclear power plant in Fukushima. Official said they had found radiation levels above safety limits in milk and vegetables original entering from the Fukushima area. Traces of radioactive ** were also reported in top near Tokyo. But the government said the levels present prove no risk to human health.

The governing party in the southern Indian city of Tomnado said it will provide all houses in the state with free food ** if it is voted back into power. The DMK party, a key ally of the congress led government, is also a free ** for college student and free rights for nearly two million very poor families.

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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-20

BBC news with U doubled.
an international military operation is underway in Libya to enforce United Nation resolution to prevent colonel K's forces attacking civiliants.the United States said American and Britain naval forces have fired more than 100 cruise missiles at around 20 military targets in Libya.P reports from Washington.
within the last few minutes,the director of US military joint staff,vice admiral willianm G has given more details about what he described as the first phase on the multy-phase operation.he said a hundred and ten cruise missiles has been fired against Libya's air defence missiles systems.this phase,he said was all about creating conditions for coalition parters to patrol the no fly zone,established by UN security council resolution 1973.
state TV in Libya said civiliant targets have been hit,earlier French war planes destroyed a number of pro-k's tanks and armoured vehicles near the rebel held city of B.president Obama says United States is a part of broad coalition to answer the calls of threaten people in Libya,but he reiterated the US will not deploy troops on the ground.
I want the american people to know that the use of force is not our first choice,and it's not a choice that make it likely.we cannot stand idly by when a tyrant tells his people that there will be no mercy,and his forces step up their assults on the cities like B and M.
the french foreign minister A said the attack would continue over the next few days until the Libyan government complies the UN resolution.Russia said it regrets the decision by western parts to take military action in Libya.
Reports from the rebel held stronghold of B say rebels have retaken the whole of city after driving out forces loyal to K.a British journalist in B told the BBC that the city have been heavily shelled by pro-k forces,that there not be any incoming fires since late this afternoon.rebel say roads to the eastern B are clogged with carloads of terrified families.C is in eastern Libya.
what we can say tonight of thing in the rebel held part of eastern Libya here,this is day began frankly in shock despair when M k use the window opportunity created by the gap between the UN resolution and UN action moving B.as skies of darken behind the inter broke,the move has lighten because since the United Nations sanction jets in the area,taken action against m K,targeting his tanks on the ground.there is a huge belief in this part of country now,that is turning the tide of this civil war against M K and they also reprent a turning point of this country's unhappy recent history.
world news from the BBC.
millions of people in Egypt taking part a referendum constitutional reforms a month after popular uprising swept president M from power.in the capital C,angry crowd prevented the opposition figure M from casting his vote.if passed,the vote would allow Egypt to hold fresh election within six month.initial results is expected on Sunday.from C here is J.
it was something most of the voter said they never see before,people queuing in line third run around the block to cast their ballots.and former president M elections were stage managed to with pre-determine results,the turnout was very low.today vote people waited patiently for hours,for many of them it was the first time they ever voted.
the Brazilian president J has told president Obama the United States of many opportunities to help develop Brazil's newly found oil fields.she was speaking after talks Mr.Obama who is visiting the country for the first time.for his part,president Obama said the US is looking forward to signing several trades and finiancial agreements with Brazil.
the japanest authorities say that they detected radio active contamination in food as they try to fix the wrecked unclear power plant of Fukushima.official said they found radiation levels above safety limits in milk and vegetables originating from the Fukushima area.traces of radioactive iodine were also reported in tapwater near Tokyo,but the government said the levels present pose no risk to human health.
the governing party in the southern indian state of T said they would provide all households in the state with free food mixer if it's voted back into power.the DMK pary,a key ally in the congress led government,it is also offering free laptops for college students and free rice for nearly two million very poor families.
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BBC News with XXX

An international military operation is underway in Libya to enforce United Nations' resolution to prevent Colonel Gaddafi's forces attacking civilians.The United States said the American and British naval forces are far more than 100 crew's missiles and 20 military targets in Libya.XXX reports from Washington.

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World News from the BBC

Millions of people in Egypt are taking part of a referend on constitutional reform,south Manchester are popular uprising swept President Mubarak from power.In the capital Cairo,an angry cryl prevented the opposition figure XXX from casting his vote.His past vote would allow Egypt to hold fresh elections within six months.Initial result was respect on Sunday from Cairo,here is Jonathan head.
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The Brazilian President XXX first told President Obama that the United States left many of the opportunities to help develop Brazil's newly found fuels.She was speaking after talks with Mr.Obama who was visiting the country for the first time.For his part,President Obama said the US was looking forward to signing several trade and financially agreements with Brazil.
The Japanese authority said they detected the radioactive contamination in food as they tried to fix the red nuclear power plant at Fukushima.Officials said that they found radiation levels above safety limits in milk and vegetables originally from Fukushima area.Traces of radioactive iodine were also reported and tacport in Tokyo.But the government said the levels present pours no rest to human health.The governer in party sudden instantaneously ... said would provide all households in the state with free food magset if it's voted back into power.The NK party key ... the government is also a fling free laptop for colleges to use and free rice for nearly 2,000,000 very poor families.

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