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BBC News with Kathy Clugston


Leaders from 63 countries have met the top officials in Libya's National Transitional Council to map out a future for the country. Speaking after the conference in Paris, the co-hosts, the British Prime Minister David Cameron and the French President Nicolas Sarkozy said there was unanimous support to continue Nato airstrikes for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remained a threat. Mr. Cameron paid tribute to the conduct of a Libyan opposition.
"Some people warned, as Gaddafi himself did, that the Libyan people could not be trusted with freedom, that without Gaddafi, there would be chaos. Some people thought that chaos would start the moment the regime fell. So what we're seeing emerging now in Libya, despite the years of repression and the trauma of recent days and months, is immensely impressive."

Mr. Cameron said all countries had agreed to ask the United Nations for permission to unfreeze all Libyan assets. The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said the top priority was to provide Libyans with medicine, fuel, food and water. The NTC President Mustafa Abdul Jalil said the people of Libya now had to seek reconciliation and forgiveness and respect the rule of law.

A senior NTC official has told the BBC that tribal leaders in Col. Gaddafi's hometown of Sirte will be given another week to persuade his troops to surrender. The NTC says that many prominent members of Gaddafi's government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in. Paul Wood reports.
The rebels believe that Col. Gaddafi is not in Sirte, and therefore they can afford to wait to take the town. Tribal leaders will have until Sep 10th to persuade the loyalist troops in Sirte to give up their weapons. In that time, the rebels will be keeping up the pressure. They intend to cut off the water and electricity to Sirte, and also crucially, to advance closer to it.

In a new audio message, Col. Gaddafi said he was ready for a long battle, even if Libya burnt.

Syrian security forces are reported to have made many arrests in Hama in their search for a top legal official there who announced his resignation in a video posted on the Internet on Wednesday. The official, Adnan Bakkour, said he was resigning because of crimes against humanity by government forces. But the government has issued its own version of why he speaking out as Owen Bennett-Jones reports.
There are two entirely contradictory accounts of Mr. Bakkour's current situation. The opposition says he broke ranks with the government on Monday, and then issued a video statement in which he claimed among other things that there were hundreds of bodies in mass graves in the public parks in the city of Hama. But the official Syrian news agency insists that the attorney general's statement was made at gunpoint, and is quoted his driver is saying seven terrorists with Kalashnikovs kidnapped him. In response, the attorney general posted a second video to say he was speaking freely.

World News from the BBC

Two former Kenyan ministers have appeared before the International Criminal Court in The Hague for hearings that will decide if they should stand trial for crimes against humanity. William Ruto and Henry Kosgey deny allegations that they incited violence that nearly killed 1,200 people after the disputed 2007 election.

Europe's human rights chief has accused European governments of complicity in what he called "American crimes" during the war on terror. With the details, here's Risto Booker.
Thomas Hammarberg, the human rights commissioner of the council of Europe, describes the US war on terror as a systematic violation of human rights, and he says European governments were deeply complicit in this: they had cooperated in a program of renditions that saw suspects being flown to third countries to be tortured and had then sought to conceal their participation. Mr. Hammarberg said the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks should lead to an urgent rethink of a misjudged and failed counter-terrorism policy.

Health authorities in Guatemala say nearly twice as many unsuspecting Guatemalans were included in medical experiments carried out by US scientists in the 1940s than previously thought. The president of the medical association of Guatemala, Carlos Mejia, said up to 25,000 prisoners, psychiatric patients and orphans were deliberately infected with sexually transmitted diseases during penicillin studies. Dr. Majia said the US ran the program while German Nazi doctors were being tried for experimenting with typhus and malaria on prisoners of war.

Reports from several cities in China said the number of Cesarean births rose sharply last week with many women aiming to have their babies before the annual cutoff day for school enrollment. One hospital said its Cesarean deliveries were more than double the norm. Children who are six years old by the end of August can start school in September; but those with September birthdays have to wait another year.

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        BBC news with Kathy Clugston.
        Leaders from 63 countries have met the top officials in Libya’s National Transitional Council to map out a future for the country. Speaking out the conference in Paris, the co-hosts, the British Prime Minister David Cameron and the French President Nicolas Sarkozy said there was unanimous support to continue NATO airstrikes for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remained a threat. Mr. Cameron paid tribute to the conduct of Libyan opposition.
        “Some people warned, as Gaddafi himself did, that the Libyan people could not be trusted with freedom, that without Gaddafi there would be chaos. Some people thought that chaos would start the moment the regime fell so what we are seeing emerging now in Libya, despite the years of repression and the trauma of recent days and months, is immensely impressive.”
        Mr. Cameron said all countries had agreed to ask the United Nations for permission to unfreeze all Libyan assets. The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon said the top priority was to provide Libyans with medicine, fuel, food and water. The NTC President, Mustafa Abdel Jalil, said the people of Libya now had to seek reconciliation and forgiveness and respect the rule of law. A senior NTC official has told the BBC that tribal leaders in Colonel Gaddafi’s hometown of Sirte would be given another week to persuade his troops to surrender, the NTC says that many prominent members of Gaddafi’s government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in. Paul Wood reports.
        The rebels believe that Colonel Gaddafi is not in Sirte and therefore they can afford to wait to take the town. Tribal leaders will have until September 10th to persuade the loyalist troops in Sirte to give up their weapons. In that time, the rebels will be keeping up the pressure, they intend to cut off the water and electricity to Sirte, and also crucially to advance closer to it.
        In a new audio message, Colonel Gaddafi said he was ready for a long battle even if Libya burnt.
        Syrian security forces are reported to have made many arrests in Hama in their search for a top legal official there, who announced his resignation in a video posted on the Internet on Wednesday, the official, Adnan Barkour said he was resigning because of crimes against humanity by government forces. But the government has issued its own version of why he’s speaking out as Owen Bennett-Jones reports.
        There are two entirely contradictory accounts of Mr. Barkour’s current situation. The opposition says he broke ranks with the government on Monday, and then issued a video statement in which he claimed among the other things that there were hundreds of bodies and mass graves in the public parks in the city of Hama. But the official in Syrian News Agency insist that the attorney general statement was made at gun point and has quoted his driver as saying 7 terrorists was clashing his car to kidnap him. In response, the attorney general posted a second video to say he was speaking freely.
        World news from the BBC.
        Two former Kenyan Ministers have appeared before the International Criminal Court in the Hague for hearings that will decide an official stand trial for crimes against humanity. William Ruto and Henry Kosgey deny allegations that they incited violence that nearly killed 1,200 people after the disputed 2007 election.
        Europe’s human rights chief has accused European governments of complicity and what he called American crimes during the war on terror. With the details, here’s //.
        Thomas Hammarberg, the Human Rights Commissioner of the Council of Europe describes the U.S. war on terror is a systematic violation of human rights and he says European governments were deeply complicated in this. They had cooperated in a program of renditions that so suspects being flown to third countries to be tortured and had then sought to conceal their participation. Mr. Hammarberg said the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks should lead to an urgent rethink of the misjudged and failed counterterrorism policy.
        Health authorities in Guatemala say nearly twice as many unsuspecting Guatemalans were included in medical experiments carried out by US scientists in the 1940s than previously thought. The President of the Medical Association of Guatemala, Carlos Mejia, said up to 2,500 prisoners, psychiatric patients and orphans were deliberately infected with sexually transmitted diseases during penicillin studies. Doctor Mejia said the U.S. run the program while German Nazi doctors were being tried for experimenting with typhus and malaria on prisoners of war.
        Reports from several cities in China said a number of caesarean births soar sharply last week, with many women aiming to have their babies before the annual cut off day for school enrollment.  One hospital said its caesarean deliveries were more than doubled than norm. Children who are 6 years old by the end of August come start school in September, but those with September birthdays have to wait another year.
        BBC news.
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   BBC News with Kathy Clugston.

   Leaders from sixty-three countries have met the top officials in Libya’s National Transitional Council to map up the future for the country. Speaking after the conference in Paris, the core hosts—the British Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Nicolas Sarcozy said it was unanimous support to continue NATO air strikes for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remained a threat. Mr. Cameron paid tribute to the conduct of the Libyan opposition.

   “Some people warned, as Gaddafi himself did, that the Libyan people could not be entrusted with freedom, that without Gaddafi, that would be chaos. Some people thought that chaos would start the moment the regime fell. So what we are seeing emerging now in Libya? Despite the years of repression and trauma of recent days and months, it’s immensely impressive.”

   Mr. Cameron said all countries had agreed to ask the United Nations for permission to unfreeze all Libyan assets. The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said the top priority was to provide Libyans with medicine, fuel, food and water. The NTC president Mustafa Abdul Jalil said the people of Libya now had to seek reconciliation and forgiveness and respect the rule of law. A senior NTC official has told the BBC that tribe leaders in Gaddafi’s hometown of Sirte will be given another week to persuade his troops to surrender. The NTC says that many permanent members of Gaddafi’s government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in. Paul Wood reports.

   The rebels believe that Colonel Gaddafi is not in Sirte and therefore they can afford to wait to take the town. Tribe leaders will have until September 10th to persuade the loyalist troops in Sirte to give up their weapons. In that time, the rebels will be keeping up the pressure. They intend to cut off the water and electricity to Sirte and also crucially to advance close to it.

   In a new audio message, Colonel Gaddafi said he was ready for a long battle even if Libya burnt.

   Syrian security forces are reported to have made many arrests in Hama in their search for a top legal official there who announced his resignation in a video posted on the Internet on Wednesday. The official, Adnan Barkour, said he was resigning because of crimes against humanity by government forces. But the government has issued its own version of why he’s speaking out, as Owen Bennett-Jones reports.

   There are two entirely contradictory accounts of Mr. Barkour’s current situation. The opposition says he broke ranks with the government on Monday, and then issued the video statement in which he claimed amongst other things that there were hundreds of bodies in mass graves in the public parks in the city of Hama. But the official Syrian news agency insisted that the attorney general’s statement was made at a gunpoint and it quoted his driver as saying 7 terrorists with Kalashnikovs kidnapped him. In response, the attorney general posted a second video to say he was speaking freely.

   World News from the BBC.

   Two former Kenyan ministers have appeared before the international criminal court in the Hague for hearings that will decide if they should stand trial for crimes against humanity. William Ratal and Henry Causegay deny allegations that they incited violence that nearly killed 1,200 people after they disputed 2007 election.

  Europe’s Human Rights Chief has accused European governments of complicity in what he called “American crimes during the war on terro”. With details, here is Ristol Pooker.

  Thomas Hammarberg, the Human Rights commissioner of the Council of Europe, describes the US war on terro as a systematic violation of human rights and he says European governments were deeply complicit in this. They had cooperated in the program of renditions that so suspects being flown to third countries to be tortured and had then sought to conceal their participation. Mr. Hammarberg said the tenth anniversary of the 911 attacks should lead to an urgent rethink of the misjudged and failed counter-terrorism policy.

   Health authorities in Guatemala say nearly twice as many unsuspecting Guatemalans were included in medical experiments carried out by US scientists in the 1940s than previously thought. The president of the Medical Association of Guatemala Carlos Mehia said up to 2,500 prisoners, psychiatric patients and orphans were deliberately affected sexually transmitted diseases during penicillin studies. Doctor Mehia said the US ran the program while German Nazi doctors were being tried for experimenting with typhus and malaria on prisoners of war.

   Reports from several cities in China said the number of caesarean birth rose sharply last week with many women aiming to have their babies before the annual cut-off day for school enrollment. One hospital said its caesarean deliveries were more than double than norm. Children who are six years by the end of August can start school in September but those with September birthdays have to wait another year.

   BBC News.
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BBC News with K.K. leaders from 63 countries have met with top officals in Libya's transitional council to map out future for the country. speaking after the conference in the Paris, the core hosts British prime minister D.C.and French president N.S. said there was unanimous support to continue NATO airstrikes for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remaind threat. Mr. C. paid contribute to the conduct of Libyan opposition.
some people warned as Mr. Gaddafi himself did that Libyan people could not be trusted with freedom, that without Gaddafi there would be chaos. some people thought that chaos was started with the moment the regime fell. So what we are seeing emerging now in Libya? despite the years of repression and the trauma of recent days and months, is immensely impressive.
Mr. C.said all countries has agreeded to ask the United Nations for permission to unfreeze all Libyan assets. UN secretary General Ben K said the top authority was to provide Libyans medicine, fuel, food and water. the NTC president A. said the people of Libyan now had to seek reconciliation and forgiveness ans respect the role of the law.

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BBC News with Caffi Claston

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Leaders from 63 countries have met the top officials and Lybia's national tansitional counsel to map out future for the country.Speaking begin after the conference in Pairs,the cohosts, the British Prime Minister David Cameron,and the French President Nicolas Sarkozy,said there was humanimous support to continue NATO air strikes for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remained thread,Mr Cameron pay tribute to the conduct to the Lybia opposition.
Some people worned as Gaddafi himself did that the Lybian people could not be trusted with freedom, that without Gaddafi there would't be chaos,some people saw that chaos was started the moment the regime fell,so what was seeing and merging now in Lybia,despite the years of repression and the trauma of recent days and months is immersely impressive?
Mr Cameron said all countries had agreed to ask the United Nations for permissions to unfree to all Lybian essays,the UN secretary general Ban ki-moon said the top priority was to privide Lybians with medicine,fuel ,food and water.The anti-c president chairleader said the people of Lybian not hard to seek recounselition and unforgiveness and repect the rule of law.A senior anti-c official has told BBC that the trible leaders and Colonel Gaddfi's howntown of Sirte will be given another week to persuade his troop to surrender,the anti-c says that many prominment members of Gaddafi's government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in.
The rebels believe that Colonel Gaddafi is not in Sirte,and therefore thay can afford to wait to take the town.Trible leaders will have until September 10th to persuade the loyalist troops in Sirte to give up their weapons.In that time,the rebels will be keeping up the pressure,they intent to cut off the water and electricity to Sirte,and also crucially to advance closer to it.
In a new audio message Colonel Gaddfi said he was ready for long battle even if Lybia burned.
Syrian security forces are reported to have met many arrestors in Hama in their search for the top leagal official there who are announced his resignation posed on to the internet on Wednesday.The official Adnan Bakkour said he was resigning because of the crime against humanity by government forces,but the government has issued its own version of why he is speaking out .
There are 2 entirely contridictory account to Mr Bakkour's current stituation,the opposition says he broke ranks with the government on Monday and then issued the video statement in which he claimed the most of things  that there were hundreds of bodies in mess graves and the public parks in the city of Hama.But the official sir in news agency insisted that the attorny general statement was made point and quoted his driver's saying 7 terrorists with kidnapped him.In response, the attorny general posed a second video to say he was speaking freely.
2 former Kenya Ministers have appeared before the international criminal court in the Hague for hearings that will decide that if they should trial for crimes against humanity.William Ruto and Henry Cosgey deny allegations that they incited violence that nearly killed 1200 people after they disputed 2007 election.Europe's human rights' chief has accused European governments of complicity in what he called American crimes during the war on terrior.
Thomas Hammarberg,the human rights' commisioner of counselor of Europe describes the US war on terriorism systemetically violation human rights and he says European governments were deeply complicit in it.They had coorperated in a programme of renditions that saw suspects being inflown to third countries to be tortured and had then so to conceal their participation.Mr Hammarberg said the 10th annuversery of the 9-11 attacks should lead to a urgen rethink of the misjudged and failed country terriorism impolicy,
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BBC News with Kathy Clugston.

Leaders from 63 countries have met the top officials in Libya's National Transitional Council to map out a future for the country. Speaking after the conference in Paris, the co-hosts, the British Prime Minister David Cameron and the French President Nicolas Sarkozy said there was unanimous support to continue NATO air strikes for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remained the threat. Mr. Cameron paid tribute to the conduct of the Libyan opposition.

"Some people warned, as Gaddafi himself did, that the Libyan people could not be trusted with freedom, that without Gaddafi, there would be chaos. Some people thought that chaos would start the moment the regime fell. So what were seen emergeing now in Libya, despite the years of repression, and the trauma of recent days and months, is immensely impressive."

Mr. Cameron said all countries had agreed to ask the United Nations for permission to unfreeze all Libyan assets. The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon said the top priority was to provide Libyans with medicine, fuel, food and water. The NTC president Mustafa Abdul Jalil, said the people of Libya now had to seek reconciliation and forgiveness, and respect the rule of law.

A senior NTC official has told the BBC the tribal leaders in Colonel Gaddafi's hometown of Sirte will be given another week to persuade his troops to surrender. The NTC says that many of the prominent officers of Gaddafi's government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in. Paul Wood reports.

The rebels believe that Colonel Gaddafi is not in Sirte. And therefore they can afford to wait to take the time. Tribal leaders will have untill Sep 10th, to persuade the loyalist troops in Sirte to give up their weapons. In that time, the rebels will be keeping up the pressure. They intended to cut off the water and the electricity to Sirte and also crushingly to advance clser to it.

In a new audio message, Colonel Gaddafi said he was ready for a long battle even if Libya burnt.

Syrian security forces are reported to have made many arrests in Hama in their search for the top legal officials there, who announced his resignation in the video posted on the Internet on Wednesday. The official, Adnan Bakkour, said he was resigning because of crimes against humanity by government forces. But the government has issued its own version of why he speaking out. As Owen Bennett-Jones reports.

There are 2 entirely contradictory accounts of Mr. Bakkour current situation. The opposition says he broke ranks with the government on Monday and then issued a video statement in which he claimed * things that there were hundreds of bodies in mass graves in the public parks in the city of Hama. But the official Syrian news agency insisted that the attorney general's statement was made of gun point and as quoted his driver's sayings, 7 terrorists were clashing around kidnapped him. In response, the attorney general posted a second video to say he was speaking freely.

World news from the BBC.

Two former Kenyan ministers have appeared before the International Criminal Court and Hague for hearings that will decide they should stand trial for crimes against humanity. William Reto and Henry Kosgey deny allegations that they incited violence that nearly killed 1,200 people after the disputed 2007 election.

Europe's Human Rights chief has accused European governments of complexity in what he called "American crimes" during the war on terror. With the details, here's Rystal Pouker.

Thomas *, the human rights commissioner of the Council of Europe, describes the US war on terror as a systematic violation pf human rights and he says European governments were deeply complicited in this. They have cooperated in a program of renditions, that saw suspects being flown to 3rd countries to be tortured and had then sought for conceal the participation. Mr. * said the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks should lead to urgent rethink of the misjudged and failed counter-terrorism policy.

Health authorities in Guatemala say nearly twice as many unsuspecting Guatemalans were included in medical experiments carried out by US scientists in the 1940s than previously thought. The president of the medical association of Guatemala, *, said up to 2,500 prisoners, psychiatric patients and orphans were deliberately infected with sexually transmitted diseases by penicillin studies. Doctor Mahia said the US round the program while German Nazi doctors were being tried for experimenting with * and malaria on prisoners of war.

Reports from several cities in China said a number of caesarean birth rose sharply last week with many women aiming to have their babies before the annual cut-off day for school and enrollment. One hospital said its caesarean delivery were raised more than a dozen than norm. Children who are six years old by the end of August can start school in September, but those with September birthdays have to wait another year.

BBC News.
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Leaders from 63 countries have met the top officials in Lybia's national transitional council to map out a future for the country. Speaking after the conference in paris the co-host the British Prime Minister * and French president * said there was unanimous to continure NATO air strike for as long as * remain in thread. Mr * pay tribute to the conduct of the Lybian opposition.
Some people warned, as * himself did, that Lybian people could not be trusted with freedom. That without * there would be chaos. Some people thought the chaos started when the regime failed. So what we see emerging in Lybia, dispite the years of depression and the trauma of recent days and months is immensely impressive.
Mr * said all countries had aggreed to ask the UN for premision to unfreeze all Lybian assets. The UN secruty general * said the top priority is to provide Lybia with medicine fuel food and water. The NTC president * said the people in Lybian have now to seek reconciliation and forgriveness and respect the rule of law.
The senior NTC officials have told the BBC that the tribal leaders and * hometown of Sierts will given another week to persuade his troops to surrender. The NTC said many prominent members of *'s government has been in contact to discuss handing themselves in. * reports.
The rebels believed that * is not in * and therefore their can affort to wait to take the time. Tribal leaders will have until 10 September to persuade the loyalist troop in * to give their weapons. In that time the rebel will be keeping up the pressure they intend to cut off the water and eletricity to * and also crucially to advanced closer to it.
In a new audio message * said he was ready for a long battle even let * burnt.
* security forces are reported to have many arrests in Hamard in their search for the top legal official there who announced his resignation in a vedio posted on the Internet on Wednesday. The official * said he was resigning becouse crimes against humanity by government forces. But government has issued its own version of why he's speaking out. As * reports.
There are two entirly controdictory accounts of *'s current situation. The opposition says he broke ranks of the government the on Monday and they issue a vedio statement in which his claimed, amongst other things, there were hundreds of bodies in mess graves in the public parks in the city of *. But the official Syrian news angency insists that the artoney general's statement was made at gunpoint and has quoted his driver's as saying seven terriorsts with * was kidnaped him. In response, the attorney general posed a second vedio to say he was speaking freely.
World news form the BBC
The former Kenyan minisers have appeared before the international criminal court in the * for hearing that will decide if they should stand trial for crimes against humanity. * and * denied the allegations that they incited violence that nearly killed 1200 people after the disputed 2007 election.
Europe's human right chief has accused European government of complicity in what he called American crime during the war on *. With details here is *.
Health authority in * said nearly twice as many unsuspecting * were included in medical experiment carried out by US scientiests in the 1940s than previously thought. The president of the medical assosiation * said up to 2,500 prisions phychiatic patients and orphans were delibertaly infected with sexually transmitted diseases during penicillin studies. Doctor * said the US ran the programme while * were being tried for experimenting with typhus and malaria on prisioners of war.
Reports form several cities in China said numbers of caesarean birth rose sharply last week with many women aiming to have their babies before the annual cut-off for school enrollment. One hospital said its caesarean deliveries were more than double the norm. Children who are 6 years old by the end of August can start school in September but those with September birthdays have to wait another year.
BBC news.

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BBC News with Kathy Clugston.

Leaders from 63 countries have met the top officials in Libya's National Transitional Council to markup the future for the country. Speaking after the conference in Paris, the co-hosts, the British Prime Minister David Cameron and the French president Nicolas Sarkozy, said they would use XX support to continue XXX air strikes for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remained a thread. Mr Cameron paid tribute to the conduct of Libyan opposition.

Some people warned as Gaddafi himself did, that the Libyan people could not be trusted with freedom, that without Gaddafi there would be chaos. Some people thought that chaos would start the moment the regime fell. So what we are seeing emerging now in Libya, despite the years of repression and the drama of the recent days and months, is immensely impressive.

Mr Camlon said all countries had agreed to ask the United Nations for permission to unfreeze all Libyan assets. The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said the top priority was to provide Libyans with medicine, fuel, food and water. The NTC president XXX said the people living in Libya now had to see reconsiliation, and forgiveness, and respect the XX of law. The senior NTC official has told BBC that tribe leaders and Colonel Gaddafi's hometown XX will be given another week to persuade his troops to sorrounder. The NTC says many prominent members of Gaddafi's government have been in contact to discuss hand themselves in. Paul Wood reports.

The Rebels believe that Colonel Gaddafi is not XX, and therefore they can afford to wait to take the town. Tribe leaders were have until to 10th September to persuade the loyalist troops in XX to give up their weapons. In that time, the rebels will be keeping up the pressure. They intend to cut off the water and electricity to XX, and also crucially to advance closer to it.

In the new audio message, Colonel Gaddafi said he was ready for a long battle even if Libya burned.

Syrian security forces are report to have XX many XX in western XXX, in their search for top legal official there, who announced his resignation in a video posted on the internet on Wednesday. The official, XXX, said he was resigning because of crimes against humanity by government forces, but the government has issued its own version of why he speaking XXX, as ON Johns reports.

There are two entirely contridictrary accounts of Mr XXX's current situation. The opposition says he broke XX of the government on Monday, and then he issued a video statement in which he claimed the XX of things that there were hundreds of bodies in mass graves in the public parks in the city of XX. But the Syrian news agency insists the XXX general statement was made of gunpoint, and he quoted his driver's saying that seven terrorists with XXX kidnapped him. In response the XXX general posted a second video to say he was speaking freely.

World News from the BBC.

Two former Kenya ministers have appear before the international criminal court in XXX for hearings that will decide if they should stand trial for crimes against humanity. William XX and Henry XXX deny allegations that they XX violence that nearly kills 12,000 people after the disputed 2007 election.

Europe's human rights chief has accused European governments of compolicy in XXX American crimes during the war on XX. With details, here is XXX.

XXX that the human rights commission of the council of Europe describes the US war on XXX  of human rights, and he says European governments will deeply compolicity in this. They had cooperated in the program of XXX that so suspects being flowed to third countries to be XXX and had them thought to conceal their participation. Mr XXX said the 10th anniversery of the 911 attacks should lead to an urgent rethink of the miss judged and failed counter-terrorism policy.

Heath authorities in Guatimala say nearly twice as many unsuspecting Guatimalians were included in a medical experiments carried out by US scientists in the 1940s than previously thought. The president of the Medical Association of Guatimala XX said up to 2,500 prisoners, psychiotric patients and orphans were delivaraly infected with sexually transmitted diseases during Pennysilin studies. Doctor XXX said the US run the program while German Nacci doctors were being tried to experimenting with XX and XX on prisoner's XXX.

Reports from several cities in China said the number of XXX XXX will shopy last week, with many women aiming to have their babies before the annual cutoff day for school enrollment. One hospital said its XXX deliveries were double than norm. Children who are six years old by the end of August can start school in September, but those with September birthdays have to wait another year.

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Leaders from 63 countries have met the top officials in Libya's National Transitional Council to map out a future for the country. Speaking after the conference in Paris, the co-hosts - the British Prime Minister David Cameron and the French President Nicolas Sarkozy - said there was unanimous support to continue Nato air strikes for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remained a threat. Mr Cameron paid tribute to the conduct of the Libyan opposition.

"Some people warned, as Gaddafi himself did, that the Libyan people could not be trusted with freedom, that without Gaddafi there would be chaos. Some people thought that chaos would start the moment the regime fell. So what we are seeing emerging now in Libya, despite the years of repression and the trauma of recent days and months, is immensely impressive."

Mr Cameron said all countries had agreed to ask the United Nations for permission to unfreeze all Libyan assets. The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said the top priority was to provide Libyans with medicine, fuel, food and water. The NTC president Mustafa Abdul Jalil said the people of Libya now had to seek reconciliation and forgiveness, and respect the rule of law.

A senior NTC official has told the BBC that tribal leaders in Colonel Gaddafi's hometown of Sirte will be given another week to persuade his troops to surrender. The NTC says that many prominent members of Gaddafi's government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in. Paul Wood reports.

The rebels believe that Colonel Gaddafi is not in Sirte, and therefore they can afford to wait to take the town. Tribal leaders will have until 10 September to persuade the loyalist troops in Sirte to give up their weapons. In that time, the rebels will be keeping up the pressure. They intend to cut off the water and electricity to Sirte, and also crucially to advance closer to it.

In a new audio message, Colonel Gaddafi said he was ready for a long battle even if Libya burnt.

Syrian security forces are reported to have made many arrests in Hama in their search for a top legal official there who announced his resignation in a video posted on the Internet on Wednesday. The official, Adnan Bakkour, said he was resigning because of crimes against humanity by government forces, but the government has issued its own version of why he's speaking out, as Owen Bennett-Jones reports.

There are two entirely contradictory accounts of Mr Bakkour's current situation. The opposition says he broke ranks with the government on Monday and then issued a video statement in which he claimed, amongst other things, that there were hundreds of bodies in mass graves in the public parks in the city of Hama; but the official Syrian news agency insists that the attorney general's statement was made at gunpoint and has quoted his driver as saying seven terrorists with Kalashnikovs kidnapped him. In response, the attorney general posted a second video to say he was speaking freely.

World News from the BBC

Two former Kenyan ministers have appeared before the International Criminal Court in The Hague for hearings that will decide if they should stand trial for crimes against humanity. William Ruto and Henry Kosgey deny allegations that they incited violence that nearly killed 1,200 people after the disputed 2007 election.

Europe's human rights chief has accused European governments of complicity in what he called American crimes during the war on terror. With the details, here's Risto Pyykko.

Thomas Hammarberg, the human rights commissioner of the Council of Europe, describes the US war on terror as a systematic violation of human rights, and he says European governments were deeply complicit in this. They had cooperated in a programme of renditions that saw suspects being flown to third countries to be tortured and had then sought to conceal their participation. Mr Hammarberg said the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks should lead to an urgent rethink of a misjudged and failed counter-terrorism policy.

Health authorities in Guatemala say nearly twice as many unsuspecting Guatemalans were included in medical experiments carried out by US scientists in the 1940s than previously thought. The president of the Medical Association of Guatemala, Carlos Mejia, said up to 2,500 prisoners, psychiatric patients and orphans were deliberately infected with sexually transmitted diseases during penicillin studies. Doctor Mejia said the US ran the programme while German Nazi doctors were being tried for experimenting with typhus and malaria on prisoners of war.

Reports from several cities in China say the number of caesarean births rose sharply last week with many women aiming to have their babies before the annual cut-off day for school enrolment. One hospital said its caesarean deliveries were more than double the norm. Children who are six years old by the end of August can start school in September, but those with September birthdays have to wait another year.

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BBC news with Kathy Clugston

Leaders from 63 countries have met the top officials in Libya’s National Transitional Council to map out a future for the country. Speaking out the conference in Paris, the co-host, the British Prime Minister David Cameron and the French President Nicolas Sarcozy said there was unanimous support to continue NATO airstrikes for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remained a threat. Mr. Cameron paid tribute to the conduct of the Libyan opposition.

Some people warned, as Gaddafi himself did, that the Libyan people could not be trusted with freedom, that without Gaddafi, there would be chaos, some people thought that chaos would start the moment the regime fell. So what we are seeing emerging now in Libya? Despite the years of repression and the trauma of recent days and months, is immensely impression.

Mr. Cameron said all countries had agreed to ask the UN for permission to unfreeze all Libyan assets. The UN Secretary General Ban-Ki-Moon said the top priority was to provide Libyans with medicine, fuel, food and water. The NTC President, Mustafa Abdul Jalil, said the people of Libya now had to seek reconciliation and forgiveness and respect the rule of law. A senior NTC official has told the BBC that tribal leaders in Colonel Gaddafi’s town of Sirte would be given another week to persuade his troops to surrender, the NTC says that many prominent members of Gaddafi’s government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in. Paul Wood reports.

The rebels believe that Colonel Gaddafi is not in Sirte, and therefore they can afford to wait to take the town. Tribal leaders will have until September 10th to persuade the loyalist troops in Sirte to give up their weapons. In that time, the rebels will be keeping up the pressure, they intend to cut off the water and electricity to Sirte, and also crucially to advance closer to it.

In a new audio message, Colonel Gaddafi said he was ready for a long battle even if Libya burnt.

Syrian security forces are reported to have made many arrests in Hama in their search for a top legal official there, who announced his resignation in a vedio posted on the internet on Wednesday, the official, Adnan Barkour, said he was resigning because of crimes against humanity by government forces. But the government has issued its own version of why he’s speaking out, as Owen Bennett-Jones reports

There are two entirely contradictory accounts of Mr. Barkour’s current situation, the opposition says he broke ranks with the government on Monday, and then issued a video statement in which he claimed among the other things that there were hundreds of bodies and mass graves in the public parks in the city of Hama. But the official Syrian News Agency insist that the attorney general statement was made at gun point, and has quoted his driver as saying 7 terrorists with clash and cuffs kidnapped him. In response, the attorney general posted a second video to say he was speaking freely.

World news from the BBC

Two former Kenyan ministers have appeared before the international criminal court in the Hague for hearings that will decide a fichude stand trial for crimes against humanity. William Ratal and Henry Causegay deny allegations that they incited violence that nearly killed 1,200 people after the disputed 2007 election.

Europe’s human rights chief has accused European governments of complicity and what he called American crimes during the war on terror. With the details, here is Ristol Pooker.
Thomas Hammarberg, the human rights commissioner of the council of Europe describes the Europe’s war on terror is a systematic violation of human rights and he says European governments were deeply complicated in this. They had cooperated in a program of renditions that so suspects being flown to third countries to be tortured and had then sought to conceal their participation. Mr. Hammarberg said the 10th anniversary of the 9.11 attacks should lead to an urgent rethink of the misjudged and failed counter terrorism policy.

Health authorities in Guatemala say nearly twice as many unsuspecting Guatemalans were included in medical experiments carried out by US scientists in the 1940s than previously thought. The president of the medical association of Guatemala, Carlos Mehia, said up to 2 and a half thousand prisoners, psychiatric patients and orphans were deliberately infected with sexually transmitted diseases during penicillin studies. Doctor Mehia said the US run the program while German Nazi doctors were being tried for experimenting with typhus and malaria on prisoners of war.

Reports from several cities in China said a number of caesarean births will choppy last week, with many women aiming to have their babies before the annual cut off day for school enrollment.  One hospital said its caesarean deliveries were more than doubled than norm. Children who are six years old by the end of August come start school in September, but those with September birthdays have to wait another year.

BBC news
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BBC News with Kathy Clugston

Leaders from 63 countries have met the top officials in Libyan's Transition Council to map out a future for the country. Speaking after a conference in Paris , the co-hosts-the British Prime Minister David Cameron and the French President Nicolas Sarkozy,-said there was unanimous support to continue Nato air strikes for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remained a threat. Mr Cameron paid tribute to the conduct of Libyan opposition.

Some people warned,as Gaddafi himself did,that the Libyan people could not be trusted with freedom, that without Gaddafi Libyan could be chaos.  Some people thought that the chaos would start the moment the regime failed.So what we are seeing emerging now in Libyan,despite the years of repression and trauma of recent days and months, is immensely impressive.

Mr Cameron said all the countries had agreed to ask the United Nations for permission to unfreeze all Libyan assets.The UN secretary general  Ban Ki-moon said the top priority was to provide Libya with medicine , fuel,food and water. The NTC president Mustafa Abdul Jalil said the people of Libyan now had to seek reconciliation and forgiveness,and respect of the rule of law.

A senior NTC official has told the BBC that   tribe leaders in Gddafi's hometown Sirte will be given another week to persuade his troops to surrender. The NTC says many prominent members of Gaddafi's government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in.Paul Wood reports.
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BBC News with Kathy Clauston
Leaders from 63 countries have made the top officials and Libya's national transitional consul to map out future for the country. Speaking after the conference in Paris, the core holders--the British Prime Minister David Cameron and Frensh President Nicolas Sarkozy--said theer was support to contiune NATO air strikes to for as long as Kwame Kadhafi remained threate. Mr Cameron paid tribut to the conductor of Libya opposition.
Some people warned as Kadhafi himself did that the Libya people could not be trusted with freedom, that without Kadhafi they would be chaos. Some people thought that chaos will start at the moment the regime fail. So what we are saying emergent now in Libya, desipte the years of recreation and chaoment of recent days and months, is a massly impressed.
Mr Cameron said all countries had agreeted to ask the United Nations for permission to unfreeze all Libya assets. The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said the top priority was to provide Libyans with medicine, pill, food and water. The NTC president Mustafa Abdul Jalil said the people of Libya now had unforgiveness and respect the rule of law.
A senior NTC official told BBC that troop leaders and Kwame Gadhafi's hometown of Surt will be given another week to persuade his troops to surrender. The NTC says many prominent members of Gadhafi's government have been in contacted to discuss  handing themselves then. Paul Wood reports.
The rebels believe that Kwame Gadhafi is not in Surt. And therefore they can to wait to take the time. Troop leaders will hiden the Sep 10th to persuade loyalest troop in Surt to give up their weapons. In that time, the rebels will be keeping up the pressure.  They intend to cut off the water and electricity to Surt and also to advance close to it.
In a new audio message, Kwame Gadhafi said he was ready for a long batter, even if Libya burned.
Syrian security forces are reported to have made many arrests in Hama and search for the top legeal official there, who announced its resignation and vedio posted on the Internet on Wednesday. The official, Adnan Bakkour, said he was resigning because crime against humanity by government forces. But government has issued its own version of why he speaking out, as Owen Bannet-Jones reports.
There are two entirely country accounts of Mr Bakkour's current situation. The oppositions say he broke ranks with government on Monday, and then issued a vedio statement in which he claimed months overthings that there were hundreds of bodies in mass graves in public parks in the city of Hama. But the official Syrian news agency insisted that the general's statement was made of gun point and is quoated his driver's saying seven with cash kid mountain. In response the attorney general posted a second vedio to say he was speaking freely.
World News from the BBC
Two former Kenyan ministers have appealed before the International Criminal Court in the Hague for hearings that will decide if they should start for crimes against humanity. William Rato and Henry Kosgey denied elegations that they inset the violence that nearly killed 1200 people after the disputed 2007 election.
Europe's human right cheif has accused European governments on complicity in what he called American crimes during the war on terror. With the details, here is Risto Pyykko.
Thomas Hammerberg, the human rights commission of the Council of Europ, discribs the U.S war of terrorism system of human rights. And he says European governments will deeply complicity in this. They had cooperated in a programme of renditions that suspect being flow to countries to torched and had thought to contiune their participation. Mr Hammerberg said the 10th anniversary of the 9.11 attacks should lead to an urgent re-think of a misjudged and failed counter-terrorism policy.
Health authorities in Guatemaia say nearly twice as many as unsuspecting Guatemalans were included in American medical experiments carried out by U.S. scientists in 1940s that previously thought. The president of the Medical Association of Guatemaia, Carlos Mejia, said up to 2500 prisoners, patients on the were deliveried infected with sexually transimit disease during penjcillin studies. Doctor Mejia said the U.S. ran the programme while German Nazi doctors were being tried for experimental with on prisoners of war.
Reports from several cities in China said the number of births rose sharply last week with many women aiming to have their babies before the annual cut off day for school and enrolment. One hospital said its deliveries were more than double than all. Children who are six years old by the end of August can start school in September, but those with September birthdaies have to wait another year.
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