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BBC News with Neil Nunes.

The Head of Homeland Security in the United States, Michael Chertoff, has promised the six men accused of organizing the September 11th attacks in 2001 a fair trial. Mr. Chertoff was speaking after the Pentagon announced that it was bringing former charges of murder and conspiracy against the six, who include the alleged mastermind of the attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.

'It's always been envisioned that there would be trials and military commissions with full due process and defense lawyers and you know all of the fundamental rights that would bring to justice those who are responsible for one of the worst war crimes in world history.'

Prosecutors say they would seek the death penalty against the defendants who are being held at Guantanamo Bay detention camp where their trial by special military commissions could start later this year.

The United States Justice Department says four people have been arrested on charges connected with passing secret information to China. One case involves documents about American arms sales to Taiwan and other centered on the alleged theft of sensitive information about aerospace projects. And Assistant Attorney General Kenneth Wainstein, said the incident was proof of the aggressive efforts by China to obtain American secrets.

'The threat is very simple. It's a threat to our national security and to our economic position in the world, a threat that is posed by the relentless efforts of foreign intelligence services to penetrate our security systems and steal our most sensitive military technology and information.'

Europe finally has its first permanent laboratory in space after astronauts attached a European research module to the International Space Station. The franchised laboratory costs nearly two billion dollars to build. Andy Gallagher has this report.

This is a significant moment for the European Space Agency. The Columbus Lab should have been orbiting the earth back in 2002, but years of delays postponed its arrival until now. The Columbus Lab is Europe's first permanent base in space and it'll play an important role as part of NASA's plans to return humans to the moon. But the installation wasn't easy. German astronaut, Hans Schlegel, had to be replaced at the last minute after he became ill, and it took an exhausting seven hour spacewalk before the Columbus Lab finally became part of the space station.

Doctors in Australia say they are very hopeful that the President of East Timor, Jose Ramos-Horta, will recover from bullet wounds he received during an attack on Monday at his home near the Timorese capital, Dili. Mr. Ramos-Horta was flown for treatments to a hospital in Darwin after being hit three times.

The Pakistani ambassador to Kabul has disappeared as he was driving to Afghanistan. Tariq Azizuddin was traveling by road from Peshawar in Pakistan to Kabul and had been expected to change cars at the Afghan border but failed to turn up.

World News from the BBC.

The British Foreign Office has confirmed that a former head of the MI6 Intelligence Agency will be called next week as a witness at the inquest into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. Sir Richard Dearlove was the agency's director of operations when Princess Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris together with her companion, Dodi Al Fayed. Mr. Fayed's father, Mohamed, has long claimed the crash was a plot orchestrated by MI6. Peter Hunt has this report.

One of Mohamed Al Fayed's central allegations is that the security services in cahoots with Prince Philip conspired to murder Diana because she was pregnant with Dodi Fayed's child. Sir Richard Dearlove, who was known as C, when he was the head of the organization, will tackle these claims head-on next week. In a statement, issued to the Foreign Office, the secret intelligence service and Sir Richard said they welcomed the opportunity to refute the allegations of MI6 involvement in the accident which led to the couple's death. At the start of next week, the jury will hear very different evidence from Mr. Al Fayed himself when he takes the stand.

Reports from South Korea say a man arrested on Monday has admitted starting a fire which destroyed the country's greatest cultural treasure, the Namdaemun Gate in the capital, Seoul. South Koreans have been stunned by the loss of the gate, a wooden structure, built more than 600 years ago. The Namdaemun Gate was one of the few buildings in Seoul to survive the Japanese occupation and the Korean War in the last century.

The computer software giant Microsoft has described as unfortunate the rejection of its takeover bid for the Internet company Yahoo. In a statement, Microsoft said its offer of nearly 42 billion dollars was full and fair and that the company would continue to try persuading Yahoo shareholders to accept it. Earlier, Yahoo said the unsolicited bid substantially underrated its financial value, as well as its global brand and worldwide customers.

BBC News.
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First news in detail.

BBC News with Leon Newence.

The Head of Homeland Security in the United States, Michael Chertoff, has promised six men accused of organizing the 9/11 attacks in 2001 a fair trial. Mr. Chertoff was speaking after the Pentagon announced that it was bringing former charges of murder and conspiracy against the six, who include the alleged mastermind of the attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.

"It's always been envisioned that there would be trials in military commissions with full due process and defense words and in all of the fundamental rights that would bring to justice those who are responsible for one of the worst war crimes in world history."

Prosecutors say they would seek the death penalty against defendants who are being held at Guantanamo Bay detention camp where their trial by special military commissions could start later this year.

The United States Justice Department says four people have been arrested on charges connected with passing secret information to China. One case involves documents about American arm sales to Taiwan and other centered on the alleged theft of sensitive information about aerospace projects. An assistant to Attorney General, Kenneth Wainstein, said the incident was proved of aggressive efforts by China to obtain American secrets.

"The threat is very simple. It's a threat to our national security and to our economic position in the world, a threat that is posed by the relentless efforts of foreign intelligence services to penetrate our security systems and steal our most sensitive military technology and information."

Europe finally has its first permanent laboratory in space after astronauts attached European research module to the International Space Station. The franchised laboratory costs nearly two billion dollars to build. / / passed this report.

This is a significant movement for the European Space Agency. The Columbus Lab should be orbiting there back in 2002, the years of delay postponed its arrival until now. The Columbus Lab is Europe's first permanent base in space and it'll play an important role as part of NASA's plans to return humans to the moon. But the installation wasn't easy. German astronaut, Hans Schlegel, had to be placed to the last minute after he became ill, and it took an exhausting seven-hour spacewalk before the Columbus Lab finally became part of the space station.

Doctors in Australia say they are very hopeful that the President of East Timor, Jose Ramos-Horta, will recover from bullet wounds he received during an attack on Monday at his home near the Timorese capital, Dili. Mr. Ramos-Horta was flew for treatments in a hospital in Darwin after being hit three times.

The Pakistani ambassador to Kabul has disappeared as he was driving to Afghanistan.Tariq Azizuddin was traveling by road from Peshawar in Pakistan to Kabul and had been expected to change cars at the Afghan border but failed to turn up.

World News from the BBC.

The British Foreign Office has confirmed that a former head of the MI6 Intelligence Agency will be called next week as a witness at the inquest into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. Sir Richard Dearlove was the agency's director of operations when Princess Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris together with her companion, Dodi Al Fayed. Mr. Fayed's father, Mohamed, has long claimed the crash was a plot orchestrated by MI6. Peter Hunt has this report.

One of Mohamed Al Fayed's central allegations is the security services in / with Prince Phillips conspired to murder Diana because she was pregnant with Dodi Al Fayed's child. Sir Richard Dearlove, who was known as SIS, when he was the head of the organization, will tackle these claims ahead on next week. In a statement, issued to the Foreign Office, the secret intelligence service and Sir Richard said they welcome the opportunity to refute the allegations of MI6's involvement in the accident with led the couple's death. At the start of next week, the jury will hear very different evidence for Mr. Al Fayed himself when he takes the stand.

Reports from South Korea say a man arrested on Monday has admitted starting a fire which destroyed the country's greatest cultural treasure, the Namdaemun Gate in the capital, Seoul. South Koreans have been stunned by the loss of the gate, a wooden structure, built more than 600 years old. The Namdaemun Gate was one of the few buildings in Seoul to survive the Japanese occupation and the Korean War in the last century.

The computer software giant Microsoft has described as unfortunate the rejection of a stake overbid for the Internet company Yahoo. In a statement, Microsoft said its offer of nearly 42 billion dollars was full and fair and that the company would continue to try persuading Yahoo shareholders to accept it. Earlier, Yahoo said the unsolicited bid substantially undervalued its financial value, as well as its global brand and worldwide customers.

BBC News.

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BBC news with Noy Nwenas

The head of Homeland Security in the United States MICHAEL CHERTOFF has promised six men accused of organizing the September eleven attacks in 2001 a fair trial. Mr Chertoff was speaking after the Pentagon announced that it was bringing formal charges of murder and conspiracy against the six who include the alleged mastermind the attacks Khalid Shaikh Mohammed. “(it) has always been envisioned that there would be trials in military commissions with full due process and defense lawyers and you know all of the fundamental rights that will bring to justice.Those are responsible for one of the worst war crimes in world history. Prosecutors say they would seek the death penalty against the defendants who have been held at Guantanamo Bay detain camp where their trial by a special military commissions could start later this year.

The United States Justice department says four people have been arrested on charges connected with pssing secret information to China. One case involved documents about a American arm sales to Taiwan and others centered on the alleged theft of sensitive information about Aero space project and the assistant Attorney General Kenneth L. Wainstein said the incident was a proof of the aggressive efforts by Chian to obtain American secrets. “ The threat is very simple. It’s a threat to our national security and to economic position in the world. A threat that is posed by the unendless efforts of foreign intelligence services to penetrate our security systems and steal our most sensitive military technology and information.


Europe finally has its first permanent laboratory in space after astronauts attached the Europen research module to the International space station .The first size of the boundary costs nearly two billion dollars to built. Ali Galiga has this report. “ This is a significant moment for the Europen Space Agency . The columbus lab should have been orbited the earth back in 2002 but years of delays postponed its arrival until now. The columbus lab is Europe’s first permanent base in space and it will play an important role as part of NASA’s plan to return humans to the Moon. But the installation wasn’t easy. German astronaut Hans Schlegel had to be replaced to the last minute after he became ill and it took an exhausting seven-hour space walk before the Columnbus lab finally became part of the space station.

Doctors in Australia say they are very hopeful that the president of East Timor José Ramos Horta will recover from bullet wounds he received during an attack on Monday at his home near the Tilerious’s capital Dili. Mr José Ramos Horta was flown for treatments to a hospital in Darwin after being hit three times.

The pakistani ambassador to Kabul has disappeared as he was driving to Afghanistan. Tariq Azizuddin was travelling by raods from Peshawar in Pakistan to Kabul and had benn expected to change cars at the Afghan border but failed to turn out.
World news from the BBC

The British foreign office has confirmed that a former head of the MI6 intelligence agency will be called next week as a witness at the inquest into the daeth of Diana princeess of Wales. Sir Richard Dearlove was the agency’s director of operations when princess Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris together with her companion Dodi Al-Fayed. Mr Fayed’s father Mohamed has long claimed that the crash was a plot orchestrated by Mi6. Peter Hunt has the report. One of Mohamed Al Fayed ‘s centeral allegations is that the secutiry services in colludes with prince Phillips conspired to murder Dianan because she was pregnant with Dodi Al-Fayed’s child. So Sir Richard Dearlove who was know as sis when he was the head of the organization will tackle these claims head on next week. In a statement issued to the foreign office,the secret intelligence service **Richard said they welcomed the opportunity to refut the allegations of MI6’s involment in the accident which led to the couple’s death but at the start of next week, the jury will hear very different evidence from Mr Al Fayed himself when he takes the stand.

Reports from South Korea say a man arrested on Monday has admitted starting a fire which destroyed the country’s grestest cultural treasure the Dongdaemoon gate in the capital Soul. South Koreans have been stunned by the loss of the gate a wooden structure built more than six hundred years ago . The Dongdaemoon Gate wasone of the few buildings in Soul to survive the Japanese occupation and the Korean war in the last century.

The computer Software Giant Microsoft has described as unfortunenate the rejection of its takeover bid for the Internet company Yahoo. In the staement, Microsoft said its offer of nearly forty- two billion dollars was full and fair and other companies would continue to try persuading yahoo shareholders to accept it. Earlier ,Yahoo said the unsolicited bid substantially underrated its financial value as well as its global brand and worldwide customers.

BBC News
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BBC News with Leon Newence.

The Head of Homeland Security in the United States, Michael Chertoff, has promised six men accused of organizing the 9/11 attacks in 2001 a fair trial. Mr. Chertoff was speaking after the Pentagon announced that it was bringing former charges of murder and conspiracy against the six, who include the alleged mastermind of the attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.

"It's always been envisioned that there would be trials in military commissions with full due process and defense lawyers and in all of the fundamental rights that would bring to justice those who are responsible for one of the worst war crimes in world history."

Prosecutors say they would seek the death penalty against the defendants who are being held at Guantanamo Bay detention camp where their trial by special military commissions could start later this year.

The United States Justice Department says four people have been arrested on charges connected with passing secret information to China. One case involves documents about American arms sales to Taiwan and other centered on the alleged theft of sensitive information about aerospace projects. An assistant to Attorney General, Kenneth Wainstein, said the incident was proved of aggressive efforts by China to obtain American secrets.

"The threat is very simple. It's a threat to our national security and to our economic position in the world, a threat that is posed by the relentless efforts of foreign intelligence services to penetrate our security systems and steal our most sensitive military technology and information."

Europe finally has its first permanent laboratory in space after astronauts attached an European research module to the International Space Station. The franchised laboratory costs nearly two billion dollars to build. / / passed this report.

This is a significant moment for the European Space Agency. The Columbus Lab should have been orbiting the earth back in 2002, but years of delays postponed its arrival until now. The Columbus Lab is Europe's first permanent base in space and it'll play an important role as part of NASA's plans to return humans to the moon. But the installation wasn't easy. German astronaut, Hans Schlegel, had to be placed to the last minute after he became ill, and it took an exhausting seven-hour spacewalk before the Columbus Lab finally became part of the space station.

Doctors in Australia say they are very hopeful that the President of East Timor, Jose Ramos-Horta, will recover from bullet wounds he received during an attack on Monday at his home near the Timorese capital, Dili. Mr. Ramos-Horta was flewn for treatments in a hospital in Darwin after being hit three times.

The Pakistani ambassador to Kabul has disappeared as he was driving to Afghanistan.Tariq Azizuddin was traveling by road from Peshawar in Pakistan to Kabul and had been expected to change cars at the Afghan border but failed to turn up.

World News from the BBC.

The British Foreign Office has confirmed that a former head of the MI6 Intelligence Agency will be called next week as a witness at the inquest into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. Sir Richard Dearlove was the agency's director of operations when Princess Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris together with her companion, Dodi Al Fayed. Mr. Fayed's father, Mohamed, has long claimed the crash was a plot orchestrated by MI6. Peter Hunt has this report.

One of Mohamed Al Fayed's central allegations is the security services in / with Prince Phillips conspired to murder Diana because she was pregnant with Dodi Al Fayed's child. Sir Richard Dearlove, who was known as SIS, when he was the head of the organization, will tackle these claims ahead on next week. In a statement, issued to the Foreign Office, the secret intelligence service and Sir Richard said they welcome the opportunity to refute the allegations of MI6's involvement in the accident with led the couple's death. At the start of next week, the jury will hear very different evidence for Mr. Al Fayed himself when he takes the stand.

Reports from South Korea say a man arrested on Monday has admitted starting a fire which destroyed the country's greatest cultural treasure, the Namdaemun Gate in the capital, Seoul. South Koreans have been stunned by the loss of the gate, a wooden structure, built more than 600 years ago. The Namdaemun Gate was one of the few buildings in Seoul to survive the Japanese occupation and the Korean War in the last century.

The computer software giant Microsoft has described as unfortunate the rejection of a stake overbid for the Internet company Yahoo. In a statement, Microsoft said its offer of nearly 42 billion dollars was full and fair and that the company would continue to try persuading Yahoo shareholders to accept it. Earlier, Yahoo said the unsolicited bid substantially undervalued its financial value, as well as its global brand and worldwide customers.

BBC News.
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First news in detail.

BBC News with Leon Newence.

The Head of Homeland Security in the United States, Michael Chertoff, has promised six men accused of organizing the 9/11 attacks in 2001 a fair trial. Mr. Chertoff was speaking after the Pentagon announced that it was bringing former charges of murder and conspiracy against the six, who include the alleged mastermind of the attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.

"It's always been envisioned that there would be trials in military commissions with full due process and defense lawyers and in all of the fundamental rights that would bring to justice those who are responsible for one of the worst war crimes in world history."

Prosecutors say they would seek the death penalty against the defendants who are being held at Guantanamo Bay detention camp where their trial by special military commissions could start later this year.

The United States Justice Department says four people have been arrested on charges connected with passing secret information to China. One case involves documents about American arms sales to Taiwan and other centered on the alleged theft of sensitive information about aerospace projects. An assistant to Attorney General, Kenneth Wainstein, said the incident was proved of aggressive efforts by China to obtain American secrets.

"The threat is very simple. It's a threat to our national security and to our economic position in the world, a threat that is posed by the relentless efforts of foreign intelligence services to penetrate our security systems and steal our most sensitive military technology and information."

Europe finally has its first permanent laboratory in space after astronauts attached an European research module to the International Space Station. The franchised laboratory costs nearly two billion dollars to build. / / passed this report.

This is a significant moment for the European Space Agency. The Columbus Lab should have been orbiting the earth back in 2002, but years of delays postponed its arrival until now. The Columbus Lab is Europe's first permanent base in space and it'll play an important role as part of NASA's plans to return humans to the moon. But the installation wasn't easy. German astronaut, Hans Schlegel, had to be replaced to the last minute after he became ill, and it took an exhausting seven-hour spacewalk before the Columbus Lab finally became part of the space station.

Doctors in Australia say they are very hopeful that the President of East Timor, Jose Ramos-Horta, will recover from bullet wounds he received during an attack on Monday at his home near the Timorese capital, Dili. Mr. Ramos-Horta was flown for treatments in a hospital in Darwin after being hit three times.

The Pakistani ambassador to Kabul has disappeared as he was driving to Afghanistan.Tariq Azizuddin was traveling by road from Peshawar in Pakistan to Kabul and had been expected to change cars at the Afghan border but failed to turn up.

World News from the BBC.

The British Foreign Office has confirmed that a former head of the MI6 Intelligence Agency will be called next week as a witness at the inquest into the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. Sir Richard Dearlove was the agency's director of operations when Princess Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris together with her companion, Dodi Al Fayed. Mr. Fayed's father, Mohamed, has long claimed the crash was a plot orchestrated by MI6. Peter Hunt has this report.

One of Mohamed Al Fayed's central allegations is the security services in cahoots with Prince Phillips conspired to murder Diana because she was pregnant with Dodi Al Fayed's child. Sir Richard Dearlove, who was known as SIS, when he was the head of the organization, will tackle these claims ahead on next week. In a statement, issued to the Foreign Office, the secret intelligence service and Sir Richard said they welcome the opportunity to refute the allegations of MI6's involvement in the accident which led to the couple's death. At the start of next week, the jury will hear very different evidence from Mr. Al Fayed himself when he takes the stand.

Reports from South Korea say a man arrested on Monday has admitted starting a fire which destroyed the country's greatest cultural treasure, the Namdaemun Gate in the capital, Seoul. South Koreans have been stunned by the loss of the gate, a wooden structure, built more than 600 years ago. The Namdaemun Gate was one of the few buildings in Seoul to survive the Japanese occupation and the Korean War in the last century.

The computer software giant Microsoft has described as unfortunate the rejection of a stake overbid for the Internet company Yahoo. In a statement, Microsoft said its offer of nearly 42 billion dollars was full and fair and that the company would continue to try persuading Yahoo shareholders to accept it. Earlier, Yahoo said the unsolicited bid substantially undervalued its financial value, as well as its global brand and worldwide customers.

BBC News.
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First, the news in detail.

BBC news with Leon Newence.

The head of Homeland Security in the United States Michael Chertoff has promised 6 men accused of organizing the September 11th attacks in 2001 a fair trial. Mr. Chertoff was speaking after the Pentagon announced that it was bringing formal charges of murder and conspiracy against the six, who include the alleged mastermind of the attacks Khalid Sheik Mohammed.

"It's always been envisioned that there would be trials and military commissions with full due process and defense lawyers, and you know, all the fundamental rights that would bring to justice those who are responsible for one of the worst war crimes in world history."

Prosecutors say they would seek the death penalty against the defendants who are being held up at Guantanamo Bay detention camp where their trial by special military commissions could start later this year.

United States Justice Department says four people have been arrested on charges connected with passing secret information to China. One case involves documents about American arm sales to Taiwan and another centered on the alleged theft of sensitive information about aerospace projects. And Assistant Attorney General Kenneth Wainstein said the incident was proof of the aggressive efforts by China to obtain American secrets.

The threat is very simple. It is a threat to our national security and to our economic position in the world, a threat that is posed by the relentless efforts of foreign intelligence services to penetrate our security systems and steal our most sensitive military technology and information."

Europe finally has its first permanent laboratory in space after astronauts attached a European research module to the international space station. The truck-sized laboratory cost nearly 2 billion dollars to build. Andy Gallagher passed this reports.

This is a significant moment for the European Space Agency. The Columbus lab should've been orbiting the earth back in 2002, but years of delays postponed its arrival until now. The Columbus lab is Europe's first permanent base in space. It will play an important role as part of NASA's plans to return humans to the moon. But the installation wasn't easy. German astronaut Hans Schlegel had to be replaced at the last minute after he became ill and it took an exhausting 7-hour space walk before the Columbus lab finally became part of the space station.

Doctors in Australia say they are very hopeful that the President of East Timor José Ramos-Horta will recover from bullet wounds he received during an attack on Monday at his home near East Timor's capital Dili. Mr. Ramos-Horta was flown for treatments to a hospital in Darwin after being hit three times.

The Pakistani ambassador to Kabul has disappeared as he was driving to Afghanistan. Tariq Azizuddin was traveling by road from Peshawar in Pakistan to Kabul and had been expected to change cars at the Afghan border but failed to turn up.

World news from the BBC.

The British Foreign Office has confirmed that a former head of the MI6 intelligence agency will be called next week as a witness at the inquest into the death of Diana Princess of Wales. Sir Richard Dearlove was the agency's director of operations when Princess Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris together with her companion Dodi Al-Fayed. Mr. Fayed's father Mohamed has long claimed the crash was a plot orchestrated by MI6. Peter Hunt has this report.

One of Mohamed Al-Fayed's central allegations is that the security services in cahoots with Prince Philip conspired to murder Diana because she was pregnant with Dodi Fayed's child. Sir Richard Dearlove, who was known as "C" when he was the head of the organization, will tackle these claims head-on next week. In a statement issued to the Foreign Office, the secret intelligence service and Sir Richard said they welcomed the opportunity to refute the allegations of MI6's involvement in the accident which led to the couple's death. At the start of next week, the jury will hear very different evidence from Mr. Al-Fayed himself when he takes the stand.

Reports from South Korea say a man arrested on Monday has admitted starting a fire which destroyed the country's greatest cultural treasure Namdaemun Gate in the capital Seoul. South Korea has been stunned by the loss of the gate, a wooden structure built more than 600 years ago. The Namdaemun Gate was one of the few buildings in Seoul to survive the Japanese occupation and the Korean War in the last century.

The computer software giant Microsoft has described as "unfortunate" the rejection of its take-over bid for the internet company Yahoo!. In a statement, Microsoft said its offer of nearly 42 billion dollars was full and fair and that the company would continue to try persuading Yahoo! shareholders to accept it. Earlier, Yahoo! said the unsolicited bid substantially underrated its financial value as well as its global brand and worldwide customers.

BBC news.
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BBC News with Neil Nunes.
The head of Homeland Security in the United States Michael Chertoff has promised six men accused of organizing the September 11 attacks in 2001 appear in trail.Mr.Chertoff was speaking after the Pentagon announced that it was bringing former charges of murders and conspiracy against the six who include the alleged mastermind of the attacks Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
"It's always be a vison that there would be a trial in military commissions with full-duty progress in defense words in all of fundamental rights that would bring to justice.Those were responsible for one of the worst war crimes in war history."
Prosecutors said they would seek the death penalty against the denfendents who were being hold at Guantanamo Bay Detension Camp where their trail by special military commissions could start later this year.

The United States Justice Department says four people have been arrested on charges connected with passing secret information to China.One case involves documents about American arms sales to Taiwan.Another centered on the alleged thrift sensative information about aerospace projects.An assistent to attorney General,K* said the incident has approved agrressive efforts by China to obtain American secret.
"The threat is very simple.It's a threat to security into our economic position in the world,a threat is intelligent opposed by the landless efforts of foreign iservics to penetrate our security services and steal our most sensative technology information."

Europe finally has its first permenent laboratory in space after astronauts attached European research module to International Space Station.The // laboratory costed nearly 2 billion dollars to build.And A*reports.
"This is a significant moment for European Space Agency.The Columbus lab should be obriting there back in 2002.But years of delay postponed its arrival until now.The Columbus lab was Europe's first permenent base in space and it will play important role as part of NASA's plans to return humans to the moon.But the installation wasn't easy.German astronaut,/ had to be replaced to the last minute after he became ill.And it took an exhausting seven hours space walk before the Columbus lab finally become part of Space Station."

Doctors in Australia say they're very hopefull that the president of East Timor, Jose Ramos-Horta will recover from bullet wounds he received during the attack on Monday at his home near the Timor capital Dili. Mr. Ramos-Horta was flaw for the treatment in / after been hit for three times.

The Pakistani ambassdor to Kabul has disappeared as he was driving to Afganistan.Tariq Azizuddin was travelling by road from Peshawar in Pakistan to Kabul.And he had been expected to change cars at Afganistan border but failed to turn up.

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The British Foreign Office has confimed that the former head of MIX Intelligence Agency will be called next week as a witness at inquest in the death of Diana,princess od WALES.Sir R* was the agency's director of operations while Princess Diana was killed in the car crash in Paris together with her companion,Dodi Al Fayed.Mr.Fayed's father,Mohamed,has long claimed the crash was a plot orchestrated by MI6. Peter Hunt has this report.
"One of Mohamed's central allegations is the security services in / with Prince Phillips conspired to murder Diana because she was pregnant with Dodi Al Fayed's child. Sir R*, who was known as Seen, when he was the head of the organization, will tackle these claims ahead of next week.In the statement,issued to the Foreign Office, the secret intelligence service and Sir R* said they welcome the opportunity to refute the allegations of MIX's involvement in the accident which led to the couple's death. At the start of next week, the jury will hear very different evidence from Mr. Al Fayed himself when he takes the stand."

Reports from South Korea say a man arrested on Monday has admitted starting a fire which destroyed the country's greatest cultural treasure the Namdaemun Gate in the capital Seoul.South Korea has been stunned by the loss of the gate, a wooden structure built more than 600 years ago. The Namdaemun Gate was one of the few buildings in Seoul to survive the Japanese occupation and the Korean War in the last century.

The computer software giant Microsoft has described as unfortunate the rejection of its take-over bid for the internet company Yahoo.In a statement, Microsoft said its offer of nearly 42 billion dollars was full and fair.And the company would continue to try persuading Yahoo shareholders to accept it.Earlier Yahoo said the unsolicited bid substantially underrated its financial value as well as its global brand and worldwide customers.

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The head of homeland security in united states Michael Chertoff has promised the 6 man accused of organizing the September 11 attacks in 2001 affair trial. Mr Chertoff was speaking after a announced that it was bringing former charges of murder and conspiracy of the six who include the alleged master mind of the attacks **.
“it has always been vision that they would be trials and military commissions with full due process, defense laws and all of the fundamental rights that will bring to justice to those responsible for one of the worst crimes in world history. The prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty against defendants who are being held out from bay detention camp where they are trialed by special military commission could start late this year.
United states justice department says four people have been arrested on charges connected with passing secret information to China. One case involves documents about American arms sales to Taiwan. And another centered on the alleged sensitive information about air space project. An assistant Attorney ** said the incident proved aggressive efforts by China to obtain American secrets.
“the threat is very simple. It’s a threat to our national security and to our economic position in the world. A threat was posed by the illegimate efforts for intelligence service to penetrate our security system in seek of our sensitive military technology and information.
Europe finally has its first permanent laboratory in space after astronauts attached the European research module to the international space station. The * laboratory caused nearly two billion dollars to build. And ** report.
“this is the significant moment for the European space agency. The Columbus lab should be orbiting earth back in 2002. but the years of delay postponed the arrival until now. the Columbus lap is Europe’s first permanent base in space. And it played a important role as part of NASA’s plan to return humans to the moon. But the insulation wasn’t easy. German astronaut ** replaced the last minute after he became ill. And it took exhausting seven hour space walk before the Columbus lap finally became part of the space station.”
Doctors in Australia say they are very hopeful that the president of east timor will recover from bullet wounds he received during an attack on Monday at his home near the Timorese capital Dilly. Mr ** was flown for treatment in hospital in Darwin after being hit three times.
The Pakistan ambassador ** had disappeared as he was driving to Afghanistan.** was traveling by road from **in Pakistan to ** and had been expected to change cars at the Afghan border but fail to turn up.
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The British foreign office has confirmed that the former head of the MI6 intelligence agency will be called next week as the witness at the inquest into the death of Diana, princess of Whales. ** was the agency director of operations when princess Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris together with her companion, Al Fayed’s . Mr Fayed’s father has long claimed the crash was a plot orchestrated by MI6. Peter Ham has this report.
“ one of Al Fayed’s central allegation is the security services in prince Philips conspired to murder Diana, because she was pregnant ** Fayed’s child. ** who is known as see, when he was the head of the organization will tackle on this claims held on next week. In a statement issued to the foreign office, the secret intelligence service ** said they welcomed the opportunity to refute the allegations of MI6 involvement in the accident which led the couples’ death. At the start next week, the jury will hear very different evidence for Mr Al Fayed himself when he takes the stand.”
Reports from south-Korea say a man arrested on Monday has admitted starting the fire which destroyed the country’s great culture treasure **gate in the capital Seoul. South-Korea has been stunt by loss of the gate, a wooden structure built more than 6 hundred years ago. The ** gate was one of the few buildings in Seoul to survive the Japanese occupation and Korean war in last century.
The computer source giant Micro-soft has described as unfortunate the rejection of his takeover bid for the internet company Yahoo. In a statement, micro-soft said it offer of nearly 42billion dollars was full and fair. But the company will continue to try persuading yahoo’s shareholders to accept it. Earlier, yahoo says the answer is that the bid substantially underrated its financial value as well as its global brand and worldwide customers
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