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BBC news with Roy Lamar.

The president of East Timor José Ramos Horta has been shot and wounded in an attack on his home just outside the capital Dili. A presidential advisor said that Mr. Ramos Horta had been shot in the stomach and was undergoing surgery at an Australian military base in the capital. Reports say that the rebel leader Alfredo Reinado was killed in the attack which happened in the early hours of the morning. Our Southeast Asian correspondent Jonathan Head reports from Bangkok.

Major Reinado was one of the soldiers involved in a mutiny two years ago, which led to the disintegration of East Timor's young army and police force and a complete breakdown of order. An Australia led military force was invited in to help stabilize the country. And last year, José Ramos Horta was elected president in peaceful elections with his predecessor Xanana Gusmao switching to the role of Prime Minister. Many of the mutineers were persuaded to put down their weapons, but Major Reinado refused. He was captured in July 2006, but managed to escape one month later remaining in the mountains with a group of armed followers.

The Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has threatened to cut off oil supplies to the United States if the American oil company Exxon-Mobil does not stop its legal campaign to secure the seizure of billions of dollars in Venezuelan assets. Exxon has been taking action because it says that compensation it has been offered by the Venezuelan government for the nationalization of its oil installations in the country has been insufficient. President Chavez said that Venezuela would have no choice but to harm the US if it was harmed by what he described as the outlaws at Exxon-Mobil.

Take note! Mr. Bush, Mr. Danger! If economic war continues against Venezuela, the price of oil is going to reach 200 US dollars. And Venezuela will get fully involved in economic war.

Leaders of the Writers Guild of America have described a new deal agreed with the Hollywood studios which could see an end to months of industrial action, a major success. The Union's members will now be balloted on the deal which guarantees writers' more pay when their work appears on the Internet. If they approve the terms, it could pave the way for the writers to end their three-month strike and return to work. The American documentary film director Michael Moore said the strikers had achieved their aim.

We belong to a strong union and we prove that going out on strike can make things better. We feel energized and hopeful and I hope this acts as an inspiration to all working people to stand up to these greedy corporations.

Reports from the US say Barack Obama has won the latest Democratic presidential primary in the northeastern state of Maine. The projected result means that the black senator for Illinois has inflicted another defeat on his main rival Hillary Clinton.

This is world news from the BBC.

A week after fighting subsided in the Chadian capital N'Djamena, aid agencies say that they are still struggling to cope with large numbers of displaced people. An estimated 30000 Chadians have fled across the border into neighboring Cameroon after rebels attacked N'Djamena last weekend. Many of them have converged on the border town of Kousseri from where Stephanie Hancock reports.

Kousseri is normally a sleepy border town. But in the past week it has been transformed by a massive influx of refugees. The town is now full to bursting with civilians who have fled fighting in neighboring Chad. The lucky few are crammed in the hotels or schools or churches. But many are forced to sleep out in the open. Most fled with little more than the clothes on their back and one week on are hungry and impatient. The UN has started handing out much needed food ration.

Sudan has accused the United Nations of double standards in condemning an operation by government forces against rebels occupying three towns in the Darfur region but keeping silent about the rebels' own attacks on the towns. The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said government troops have driven out the fighters from the rebel Justice and Equality Movement who it said had committed acts of violence against civilians. The UN says about 200 civilians were killed when the army retook the towns from the rebels on Friday and Saturday.

And sport now. A wild celebration has broken out in Cairo where Egyptians are reveling in their team's victory in the African Cup of Nations final in Ghana. Within seconds of the final whistle being blown, Egyptians poured out onto the streets, sounding car horns, beating drums and spraying aerosols. Policemen joined in the dancing. Egypt, the current champions, beat Cameroon one nil and so hold onto the trophy for a record sixth time. At half time, the score was nil nil.
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BBC News with Roly Lamn

The president of East Timor José Ramos Horta has been shot and wounded in an attack at his home just outside th capital Dili. The presidential advisor said Mr Ramos Horta had been shot in the stomach and was undergoing surgery at an Australian military base in the capital. Reports say that the rebel leader Alfredo Reinado was killed in the attack which happened in the early hours in the morning.Our southeast Asia correspondent Johnson Kay
reports from Bangkok. Reinado was one of soldiers involved in the mutiny two yeas ago which led to the disintegration of Esat Timor’youth army and police force and a completely breakdown of order. An Australian led military force was invited into help stabilize the country. And last year José Ramos Horta was eclected president in peaceful ecletions with his predecessorXanana Gusmao swithching to the role of prime minister. Many of the mutineers were persuaded to put down their weapons but Reinado refused . he was captured in July 2006 but managed to escape one month later remaining in the mountains with a group of armed followers.

The Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez has threatened to cut off oil supply to the United States said the American oil company Exxon Mobile does not stop its legal campaign to secure the seashores of billoin of dollars in Venezuelan assets. Exxon has been taking action because it says the compensaton which has been offered by the Venezuelan government for the nationalization of its oil installation in the country has been insufficient. Presient Chavez siad Venezuela would have no choice but to harm the US if it was harmed by what he described as the outlaws of Exxon Mobile. “ Take note Mr bush Mr danger if economic war continues against Venezuela, the price of oil is going to reach two hundred US dollars and Venezuela wil get fully involved in the ecomonic war.

Leaders of the Writers Guild of Amerian have described a new deal agreed with the holleywood studios which could seen an end to months of industrial election and major sussess.The union’s members willl not be balloted on the deal which guarantees writers’more pay when their work appears on the Internet. If they approve the terms , it could pave the way for the writers to end their three-month strike and return to work. The American documentary film director Mickael moll said the strikers had achieved their aim.” We rely on a strong union and we improve and go out and trike and make things better. ever tries and hopeful and I hope the set of inspiration is to all working people to stand up to these greedy corporations.

Reports from the Us say Barrack Obama has won the lastest democratic presidential primary in the northeastern state of Maine. The predicted result means the black senator from Illinois has enflicted another defeat on his main rival Hillary Clinton.
This is world news from the BBC


A week after fightings subsided in the Chadian capital Ndjamena,aid agencies say that they are still struggling to cope with large numbers of displaced people.An estimated of thirty thousand chadians have fled across the border into neighbouring Camoroom after rebels attacked Ndjamena last weekend. Many of them have converged on the border town of Cuseri . from where Stanni Handcoff reports. “Cuseri is normally a city- boud town. But in the past week, it has been trasformed by a massive and flood of regugees. The town is now full and bursting with civilians who fled fighting in eighbouring Chad.The lucky few are cramped at the hotel those schools those churches that many are forced to pick out in the open.Most fled with liitle more thana a cloth on their backs and when they come are hungry and impatient. The UN has started handling out much needed food mission.

Sudan has accused the United Nations of double standards in condemning an operation by government forces against rebel’ occupying three times in the Dal Full region but keeping silent by the rebel’s own attacks on the towns. The Sudanese ministry of foreign affairs siad government trops have driven out the fighters from the rebel justice and quality movement who has said it committed extra violence against civilians. The UN says by two hundred civilians were killed when the army retook the towns from the rivals on Friday and Saterday.

A spogana and a wide celebrition have broken out in Caro where Egyptians are reveling in their team’s victory in the Afican Cup of Nations final in Gana. Withine seconds of final whistle being blown, Egyptians poured out onto the streets sounding car horns beating drums and spraying***. Policemen joined in with the dancing. Egytp the current champions beat Camoroom one nil and so hold on to the trophy for a record sixth time . The half score was nil nil.
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BBC News with Roy Lane

The president of East Timor Jose Ramos-Horta has been shot and wounded in an attack at his home just outside the capital Dili. A presidential advisor said Mr.Ramos-Horta had been shot in the stomarch and is undergoing surgery at an Australian military base in the capital. Reports say that the rebel leader Alfredo Reinado was killed in the attack which happened in the earlier in the morning. Our Southeast Asian correspondent Johnason / reports from Bangkok.
Major Reinado was one of the soldiers invovled in the mutiny two years ago which led to the disintegration of East Timor's young army and police force and complete breakdown of order. An Australia-led military force was invited into help stablize the country. And last year Jose Ramos-Horta was elected president in peaceful elections with his predecessor Xanana Gusmao switched his role of prime minister. Many mutineers were persuaded to put down their weapons. The Major Reinado refused. He was captured in July 2006, but managed to escape one month later remaining in the mountains with a group of armed followers.

The Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez's threat to cut off oil supplies to the United States of the American oil company Exxon Mobile does not stop its legal campaign to secure the seizure of billions of dollars in Venezuelan assets. Exxon has been taking actions because it says the compensation that has been offered by the Venezuelan government for the nationalization of its oil installations in the country has been insufficient. President Chavez said Venezuela would have no choice but to harm the US if it was harmed by what he described as the "outlaws" at Exxon Mobile.
"Take note Mr.Bush, Mr Danger, if economic war continues against Venezuela, the price of oil is going to reach 200 USD and Venezuela will get fully involved in economic war."

Leaders of the Writers Guild of America has described a new deal agreed with Hollywood Studio, which could? CNN to months of industrial action, a major success. The Union's members will now be balloted on a deal which guarantees writers more pay when their work appears on the internet. If they approve the terms that could pave the way that writers to end their three-month strike and return to work. The American documentary film director Michael Moore said the strikers had achieved their aim.
"We belong to a strong Union and we approve that going on strike could make things better. I feel energized and hopeful and I hope this acts on aspiration to all working people and stand up for this pretty cooperation."

Reports from the US say Barack Obama has won the latest Democratic presidential primary in the northeastern state of Maine. The projected result means the black senator from Illinois has inflicted another defeat on his main rival Hillary Clinton.

This is the world news from the BBC.

A week after fighting subsided in the Chadian capital in N'djamena, aid agencies say they are still struggling to cope with large numbers of displaced people. An estimated 30,000 Chadians fled across the border into neighboring Cameroon after rebels attacked in N'djamena last weekend. Many of them have converged on the border town of Kousseri from where / reports.
Kousseri is normally a pitty border town, but in the past week it has been transformed by a massive flood of refugees. The town is now full of bursting of civilians who fled fighting in neighboring Chad. The lucky few are crammed in hotels or schools or churches, but many are forced to keep out in the open. Most fled with little more than a clothes on their back, and when we come are hungry and impatient. The UN has started handing out much needed food rations.

Sudan was accused the United Nations of double standards in condemning operations by government forces against rebels occupying three times in the Darfur region, but keeping silent about the rebels' own attacks on the town. The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said government troops have driven out the fighters from the rebel justice and quality movement who have said committed acts of violence against civilians. The UN says about 200 civilians were killed when the army retook the towns from the rebel on Friday and Saturday.

A sports now and wild celebration has broke out in Cairo when Egyptians are reveling in their team's victory in the African Cup of nations final in Ghana. Within seconds of the final whistle being blown, Egyptians poured out on the streets, sounding carhorns, beating drums and spraying aerosol. Policemen joined in the dancing. Egypt, the current champion beat Cameroon 1-0 and so hold on to the trophy for a record sixth time. At half time the score was 0-0.
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BBC News with Roy Lamar.

The president of East Timor José Ramos Horta has been shot and wounded in an attack at his home just outside the capital Dili. The presidential advisor said Mr Ramos Horta had been shot in the stomach and was undergoing surgery at an Australian military base in the capital. Reports say that the rebel leader Alfredo Reinado was killed in the attack which happened in the early hours in the morning. Our Southeast Asia correspondent Jonathan Head reports from Bangkok.

Major Reinado was one of the soldiers involved in the mutiny two years ago which led to the disintegration of East Timor’s young army and police force and a complete breakdown of order. An Australian-led military force was invited into help stabilize the country. And last year José Ramos Horta was elected president in peaceful elections with his predecessor Xanana Gusmao switching to the role of prime minister. Many of the mutineers were persuaded to put down their weapons but Major Reinado refused . He was captured in July 2006 but managed to escape one month later remaining in the mountains with a group of armed followers.

The Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez has threatened to cut off oil supplies to the United States said the American oil company ExxonMobil does not stop its legal campaign to secure the seizure of billions of dollars in Venezuelan assets. Exxon has been taking action because it says the compensation which has been offered by the Venezuelan government for the nationalization of its oil installation in the country has been insufficient. President Chavez said Venezuela would have no choice but to harm the US if it was harmed by what he described as the outlaws of ExxonMobil. “ Take note, Mr bush, Mr danger if the economic war continues against Venezuela, the price of oil is going to reach two hundred US dollars and Venezuela will get fully involved in the economic war.

Leaders of the Writers Guild of America have described a new deal agreed with the Hollywood studios which could see an end to months of industrial action and major success. The union’s members will not be balloted on the deal which guarantees writers’ more pay when their work appears on the Internet. If they approve the terms, it could pave the way for the writers to end their three-month strike and return to work. The American documentary film director Michael Moore said the strikers had achieved their aim. We rely on a strong union and we approve that going on strike can make things better. We feel energized and hopeful and I hope this acts as / inspiration / to all working people to stand up to these greedy corporations.

Reports from the US say Barack Obama has won the latest democratic presidential primary in the northeastern state of Maine. The projected result means the black senator from Illinois has inflicted another defeat on his main rival Hillary Clinton.

This is world news from the BBC


A week after fighting subsided in the Chadian capital N’Djamena, aid agencies say that they are still struggling to cope with large numbers of displaced people. An estimated of thirty thousand Chadians have fled across the border into neighbouring Cameroon after rebels attacked N’Djamena last weekend. Many of them have converged on the border town of Kousseri, from where Stephanie Hancock reports.

Kousseri is normally a petit border town. But in the past week, it has been transformed by a massive influx of refugees. The town is now full and bursting with civilians who’ve fled fighting in neighbouring Chad. The lucky few are cramped at / hotels, or schools or churches that many are forced to pitch out in the open. Most fled with little more than a cloth on their back and when they come are hungry and impatient. The UN has started handing out much needed food ration.

Sudan has accused the United Nations of double standards in condemning an operation by government forces against rebel‘s occupying three times in the Darfur region but keeping silent by the rebel’s own attacks on the towns. The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said government troops have driven out the fighters from the rebel justice and quality movement who has said it committed acts of violence against civilians. The UN says about two hundred civilians were killed when the army retook the towns from the rebels on Friday and Saturday.

And Sports now. A wide celebration has broken out in Cairo where Egyptians are reveling in their team’s victory in the African Cup of Nations final in Gana. Within seconds of the final whistle being blown, Egyptians poured out onto the streets sounding car horns beating drums and spraying aerosols . Policemen joined in with the dancing. Egypt the current champion beat Cameroon one nil and so hold on to the trophy for a record sixth time . The half time score was nil nil.


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BBC News with Roy Lane

The president of East Timor Jose Ramos-Horta has been shot and wounded in an attack at his home just outside the capital Dili.
A presidential advisor said Mr.Ramos-Horta had been shot in the stomach and is undergoing surgery at an Australian military base in the Capital.
Reports say that the rebel leader Alfredo Reinado was killed in the attack which happened in the earlier in the morning. Our Southeast Asian correspondent Johnason reports from Bangkok.

Major Reinado was one of the soldiers invovled in the mutiny[兵變] two years ago which led to the disintegration [瓦解]of East Timor's young army and police force and complete breakdown of order. An Australia-led military force was invited to help stablize the country.
And last year Jose Ramos-Horta was elected president in peaceful elections with his predecessor[前辈] Xanana Gusmao switching his role of prime minister. Many of the mutineers[叛變者] were persuaded to put down their weapons. The Major Reinado refused. He was captured in July 2006, but managed to escape one month later remaining in the mountains with a group of armed followers.

The Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez has threatened to cut off oil supplies to the United States of the American oil company Exxon Mobile does not stop its legal campaign to secure the seizure[抓,捉] of billions of dollars in Venezuelan assets[資產].
Exxon has been taking actions because it says the compensation [補償]that has been offered by the Venezuelan government for the nationalization of its oil installations in the country has been insufficient. President Chavez said Venezuela would have no choice but to harm the US if it was harmed by what he described as the "outlaws" at Exxon Mobile.

"Take note Mr.Bush, Mr Danger, if economic war continues against Venezuela, the price of oil is going to reach 200 USDs and Venezuela will get fully involved in economic war."

Leaders of the writer's guild[協會] of American has described new deal agree with the HoliyWood studio which could see an end to months industral election, a major success, the Unions members will now be benefited on the deal which guarantee wirter's more pay when their works appeared on the Internet, if they approve the terms they could pave the way for the writers to end the three months strike and return to work, the American documentary film make director Michael Morss said the strikers has achieved their aims.

We rely on our strong unions and we proved it with going out on strike, uh..uh..it make things better, i am sure energised and hope more..and i hope this aspiration to all working people to stand up to these greedy coporations.

Reports from the United States said Barack Obama has won the latest democratic presidential primary in the Northeast state of Maine. Project results means that Black Senator from I has inflicted [造成]another defeat of on its main arrivial for Hilary Clinton.

This is the World News from the BBC.

A week after fighting subside in the Chad capital in,agence said they are still struggling to cope with large numembers of the displaced people, an estimated 30,000 Chandians accross the border into neighboring C, after rebles attack in []on last weekend, many of them have converged [聚集,聚合] on the boarder town to the from where S reports.

Kousseri is normally a peaceful town, but in the past week it has been transformed by a magnificent flutter in refugees.
The town is now full and bursting with civilians fighting in neighboring chart, the luckiest refugees cramped in the hotels or stores or churchs but many are forced to pith out, most of them with little clothes on their back,and when we come are hungry and impatient , the UN are hanging out much more needed food rations.[定额发配]

Sudan has accused the United Nation's double standard in condemning an operation by governemnt forces against rebles occupying three times in the Darfur region but keeping silent about the reble's own attacks on the towns.

The Soveniest ministry of foreign affairs said the government troops the fighters from the rebel justice and quality movements who said committed acts of violence and against civilians, the UN said about 200 civilians were killed when the army retook the towns from the rebels on Friday and Saturday.

And sports now, a wild celebrations broke up in Cario where Egyptians arerevelling in their team's victory in the African Cup of Nations final in Guner.within the final seconds the fianl whistle being blow the Egyptians poured out on the street, sounding car howls beating d and spread a? Policemen joined in the dancing

Egypt, the current Champion beat the C and so hold on to the trophy for a record sixth time,at half the time the score was nil nil[零比零].
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BBC news with Roy Lamar.

The President of East Timor José Ramos Horta has been shot and wounded in an attack on his home just outside the capital Dili. The presidential advisor said that Mr. Ramos Horta had been shot in the stomach and was undergoing surgery at an Australia military base in the capital. Reports say that the rebel leader Alfredo Reinado was killed in the attack which happened in the early hours of the morning. Our Southeast Asia correspondent Jonathan Head reports from Bangkok.

Major Reinado was one of the soldiers involved in a mutiny 2 years ago, which led to the disintegration of East Timor's young army and police force and a complete breakdown of order. An Australia-led military force was invited in to help stabilize the country. And last year, José Ramos Horta was elected president in peaceful elections with his predecessor Xanana Gusmao switching to the role of Prime Minister. Many of the mutineers were persuaded to put down their weapons, but Major Reinado refused. He was captured in July 2006, but managed to escape one month later remaining in the mountains for the group of armed followers.

The Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has threatened to cut off oil supplies to the United States if the American oil company Exxon Mobil does not stop its legal campaign to secure the seizure of billions of dollars in Venezuelan assets. Exxon's been taking action because it says that compensation has been offered by the Venezuelan government for the nationalization of its oil instillation in the country has been insufficient. President Chavez said that Venezuela would have no choice but to harm the US if it was harmed by what he described as the outlaws at Exxon Mobil.

"Take note! Mr. Bush, Mr. Danger! If the economic war continues against Venezuela, the price of oil is going to reach 200 US dollars. And Venezuela will get fully involved in economic war."

Leaders of the Writers Guild of America have described a new deal agreed with the Hollywood studios which could see an end to months of industrial action a major success. The union's members will now be balloted on the deal which guarantees writers' more pay when their work appears on the internet. If they approve the terms, it could pave the way for the writers to end their three-month strike and return to work. The American documentary film director Michael Moore said the strikers had achieved their aim.

"We rely on a strong union and we approved that going out on strike can make things better. We feel energized and hopeful and I hope this acts as an inspiration to all working people to stand up to these greedy corporations"

Reports from the US say Barack Obama has won the latest Democratic presidential primary in the northeastern state of Maine. Projected result means that the black senator from Illinois has inflicted another defeat on his main rival Hillary Clinton.

This is world news from the BBC.

A week after fighting subsided in the Chadian capital N'Djamena, aid agencies say that they are still struggling to cope with large numbers of displaced people. An estimated 30,000 Chadians have fled across the border into neighboring Cameroon after rebels attacked N'Djamena last weekend. Many of them have converged to on the border town of Kousseri from where Stephanie Hancock reports.

Kousseri is normally a petit border town. But in the past week it has been transformed by a massive influx of refugees. The town is now full and bursting with civilians who've fled fighting in neighboring Chad. The lucky few are crowded in the hotels or stores or churches. But many are forced to pitch out in the open. Most fled with little more than the clothes on their back and when we come are hungry and impatient. The UN has started handing out much needed food rations.

Sudan has accused the United Nations of double standards in condemning an operation by government forces against rebels occupying three towns in the Darfur region but keeping silent about the rebels' own attacks on the towns. The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said government troops have driven out the fighters from the rebel Justice and Equality Movement who it said had committed acts of violence against civilians. The UN says about 200 civilians were killed when the army retook the towns from the rebels on Friday and Saturday.

And sport now. A wild celebration has broken out in Cairo where Egyptians are reveling in their team's victory in the African Cup of Nations final in Ghana. Within seconds of the final whistle being blown, Egyptians poured out onto the streets, sounding carhorns, beating drums and spraying aerosol. Policemen joined in the dancing. Egypt, the current champions, beat Cameroon one nil and so hold onto the trophy for a record sixth time. At half time, the score was nil nil.
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BBC news with Roy Lamar.

The president of East Timor José Ramos Horta has been shot and wounded in an attack on his home just outside the capital Dili. A presidential advisor said that Mr. Ramos Horta had been shot in the stomach and was undergoing surgery at an Australian military base in the capital. Reports say that the rebel leader Alfredo Reinado was killed in the attack which happened in the early hours of the morning. Our Southeast Asian correspondent Jonathan Head reports from Bangkok.

Major Reinado was one of the soldiers involved in a mutiny two years ago, which led to the disintegration of East Timor's young army and police force and a complete breakdown of order. An Australia led military force was invited in to help stabilize the country. And last year, José Ramos Horta was elected president in peaceful elections with his predecessor Xanana Gusmao switching to the role of Prime Minister. Many of the mutineers were persuaded to put down their weapons, but Major Reinado refused. He was captured in July 2006, but managed to escape one month later remaining in the mountains with a group of armed followers.

The Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has threatened to cut off oil supplies to the United States if the American oil company Exxon-Mobil does not stop its legal campaign to secure the seizure of billions of dollars in Venezuelan assets. Exxon has been taking action because it says that compensation it has been offered by the Venezuelan government for the nationalization of its oil installations in the country has been insufficient. President Chavez said that Venezuela would have no choice but to harm the US if it was harmed by what he described as the outlaws at Exxon-Mobil.

Take note! Mr. Bush, Mr. Danger! If economic war continues against Venezuela, the price of oil is going to reach 200 US dollars. And Venezuela will get fully involved in economic war.

Leaders of the Writers Guild of America have described a new deal agreed with the Hollywood studios which could see an end to months of industrial action, a major success. The Union's members will now be balloted on the deal which guarantees writers' more pay when their work appears on the Internet. If they approve the terms, it could pave the way for the writers to end their three-month strike and return to work. The American documentary film director Michael Moore said the strikers had achieved their aim.

We belong to a strong union and we prove that going out on strike can make things better. We feel energized and hopeful and I hope this acts as an inspiration to all working people to stand up to these greedy corporations

Reports from the US say Barack Obama has won the latest Democratic presidential primary in the northeastern state of Maine. The projected result means that the black senator for Illinois has inflicted another defeat on his main rival Hillary Clinton.

This is world news from the BBC.

A week after fighting subsided in the Chadian capital N'Djamena, aid agencies say that they are still struggling to cope with large numbers of displaced people. An estimated 30000 Chadians have fled across the border into neighboring Cameroon after rebels attacked N'Djamena last weekend. Many of them have converged on the border town of Kousseri from where Stephanie Hancock reports.

Kousseri is normally a sleepy border town. But in the past week it has been transformed by a massive influx of refugees. The town is now full to bursting with civilians who have fled fighting in neighboring Chad. The lucky few are crammed in the hotels or schools or churches. But many are forced to sleep out in the open. Most fled with little more than the clothes on their back and one week on are hungry and impatient. The UN has started handing out much needed food ration.

Sudan has accused the United Nations of double standards in condemning an operation by government forces against rebels occupying three towns in the Darfur region but keeping silent about the rebels' own attacks on the towns. The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said government troops have driven out the fighters from the rebel Justice and Equality Movement who it said had committed acts of violence against civilians. The UN says about 200 civilians were killed when the army retook the towns from the rebels on Friday and Saturday.

And sport now. A wild celebration has broken out in Cairo where Egyptians are reveling in their team's victory in the African Cup of Nations final in Ghana. Within seconds of the final whistle being blown, Egyptians poured out onto the streets, sounding car horns, beating drums and spraying aerosols. Policemen joined in the dancing. Egypt, the current champions, beat Cameroon one nil and so hold onto the trophy for a record sixth time. At half time, the score was nil nil.
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BBC news with Roy Lama
The president of East ** has been shot wounded in a attack at his home just outside the capital Dili. The presidential advisor said Mr. **had been shot at stomach and was undergoing surgery at Australian military base in the capital. Reports say the rebel leader ** was killed in a attack which happened in the early hours of the morning. southeast Asia Correspondent John **reports from Bangkok.
“major** was one of the soldiers involved in the ** two years ago which led to disintegration of the East ** of young army and police force and complete breakdown of order. Australia led military force was invited to help stabilize the country. Last year ** was elected as president in peaceful elections. But his criticizer ** switched into the role of prime minister. Many of were persuaded to put down their weapons. The major ** refused. He was captured in July 2006 but managed to escape one month later, remaining in the mountains for the groups of arm followers.
** president ** has threatened to cut off oil supply to the united states, if American oil company **does not stop its legal campaign to secure the seizure billions of dollars in **’s asset. **has been taking action because it says the compensation has been offered by**’s government for the nationalization of its oiliness delation in the country has been insufficient. President **says the ** would have no choice but to harm the US, if it was harmed by what it described as the outlaws**.
“take note Mr bush. Mr Danger. If economic war continues against **, the price of the oil is going to reach 200US dollars. And ** will get fully involved in economic war.
leaders of the writers guild of American has described the new deal agreed with the Hollywood studios which could see an end to months ,of industrious action and major success. The union’s members will not be violated on the deal which guaranteed writers’ more pay, when the work appear on the internet. If they approve the term, it could pave the way for the writers to end the 3-months strike and return to work. The American documentary film main director Michael said the strike had achieved their aim.
‘We’ve relied on a strong union and we prove we are going on a strike. It makes thing better. It show energized and hopeful. And I hope this acts as inspiration to all working people to stand up to this greedy cooperation.”
Reports from the us say Barack Obama has won the latest democratic presidential primary in northeast state of Main. Projected result means the black senator for **has flipped another defeat on his main rival, Hillary Clinton.
This is the world news from BBC.
A week after fighting subside in the Chadian capital in **. Aid agency say they are still struggling to cope with large numbers of displaced people. Estimated 30thousand Chadians fled across the border into neighboring ** after rebels attacked **last weekend. Many of them had converged to on the border town of ** from where Stephene **reports.
“** is as normally as a sleepy border town. In past week has been transformed by massive fled refugees. The town is now full of bursting with civilian who fled in neighboring Chad. The few was crammed in the hotel or the churches. But many are forced to sleep border open. Most fled with little more than the clothes on their back. And one week become hungred and impatient. The UN started handing out much needed food.
Sudan has accused the united union’s double standards in condemning the operation by government forces against rebels’ occupying three times in the Darfur region but keeping in silence about rebel’s own attacks about the towns. The Sudanese ministry foreign affairs said the government troops had driven out the fighters from the rebel justice and equality movement who, it’s said, committed excessive violence against civilians. The un says about 200 civilians were killed when the army retook the towns from the Rebel’s on Friday and Saturday.
A and wild celebration broke item on Cairo where Egyptian are reveling in their team’s victory in African cup of nation’s final in Ghana. Within seconds of the final whistle being blown, the Egyptians poured out onto the streets, sounding car-horns, beating drums, spraying aerosols. Policemen joined in dancing. Egypt ,the current champion beat Cameroon one-neo and so hold on to for a recorded 6 times. The half time score was neo-neo.
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