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BBC News with Fiona McDonald

Serbia has called on the United Nations to annul Kosovo’s declaration of independence. The Serbian President Boris Tadic told an emergency meeting of the Security Council that the move was a violation of international law. He was speaking after the United States and several major European powers had given formal recognition to Kosovo. Jane Little reports from New York.

President Tadic made an impassioned appeal to the Security Council to reject what he called a flagrant violation of international law. He said that the Serbian state was born in Kosovo and that it would remain forever a part of Serbia. He warned that the council risked losing its authority if it failed to defend the rights of a democratic member state. And he called on the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon to annul the declaration of independence and to dissolve the Kosovo Assembly.

The European Union has agreed to set aside differences over recognition of Kosovo. Spain was among several EU countries opposed to recognition. However it accepted a compromise statement that the Kosovo issue was unique and did not set a precedent for separatists elsewhere. This paved the way for the immediate recognition of Prishtina by the four largest EU countries: France, Germany, Britain and Italy.

Votes are being counted in Pakistan after a general election intended to complete the transition from military to civilian rule. Early unofficial return shows some leading allies of President Pervez Musharraf losing their seats but it is expected to be some time before a clear trend emerges. Jill McGivering reports from Karachi.

By the early hours of Tuesday morning in Pakistan, the first results were coming in. But it was still too soon to see meaningful trends. That didn’t stop some opposition supporters in Rawalpindi from celebrating saying they hoped for victory. In Sindh province the main battle is between the PPP—the party of the Bhutto family and the regional party MQM. In Karachi, supporters from both sides celebrated with dancing in the streets late into the night.

A judge in Colombia has convicted the dismissed army colonel and 14 soldiers of murdering 10 anti-drugs agents who were ambushed while investigating reports of cocaine trafficking. All 15 men face prison terms of up to 60 years when they are sentenced. Paul Keller reports.

Witnesses in the case said that the anti-drugs police agents were gunned down by the soldiers as they followed up a tip-off that a large cache of cocaine was hidden at a rural psychiatric unit in the western town of Jamundi. Reports say the agents were hit with hundreds of rounds of bullets at close range. The soldiers, none of whom were wounded claimed the deaths were the result of a friendly fire accident in which they had mistaken the agents for left wing rebels. But the prosecutors accused them of being bribed by drug traffickers to carry out the massacre.

Would news from the BBC

One of Italy’s most wanted Mafia criminals Pasquale Condello has been arrested in the southern city of Reggio Calabria. Mr. Condello who had been a fugitive from justice for 11 years was found at a house with his son in law and a nephew. Mr. Condello was described by the Italian government as the No. 1 boss of the Calabria Mafia—the Ndrangheta.

Israel has criticized the visiting United Nations humanitarian chief John Holmes who recently urged Israelis and Palestinians to end the cycle of violence between them. The Israeli Foreign Ministry said his comments equated terrorists with those who were defending themselves against terror. Mr. Holmes said he had seen the suffering of civilians in both Gaza and Israel and the current crisis could be solved only through diplomacy.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has defended his government’s decision to nationalize the stricken Northern Rock Bank after rejecting two takeover bids. Mr. Brown said the action was in the best interests of British taxpayers and would help achieve financial stability.

We’ve got downturn in America. We’ve got difficulties facing financial institutions of the rest of Europe. And we have this particular problem with Northern Rock as a result of what was a business plan that didn’t work, couldn’t raise the money in the market place that was necessary to continue to finance it. We have to intervene on grounds of financial stability.

The main opposition Conservative Party said nationalization was a catastrophic return to the failed policies of the 1970s. Northern Rock was forced to ask for billions of dollars of emergency funding from the government after a credit crisis last year.

An interim report into the crash of a British Airways jet at Heathrow last month, says damage had been found to the plane’s fuel pumps. A BBC correspondent says the damage may have been the result of bubbles in the fuel, suggesting the supply had been restricted or had contained air. The report said the aircraft had enough fuel and the sample showed no signs of contamination.

BBC News
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Syria has called the US to allow told the emergency meeting of the Security Council that the move was a violation of international law. He was speaking after the United States and several major European powers have given formal recognition to Kosovo. James Little Reports from New York.

President T made a passion appeal to Security Council to reject what he called a pregrent ot international law. He said the Syria state was born in Kosovo and it will remain forever a part of Serbia. He warned that the council risk losing its authority if it failed to defend the rights of democratic member state. And he called on the UN secretary general BanKiMo to avail the declaration of independence and to deserve the Kosovo Assemble.

The European Union has agreed to set aside differences where recognition of Kosovo. Spain was among several EU countries apulls to recognition, however it accepted the compromises settlement that the Kosovo was what unique and did not accept to set up President for separateness elsewhere. This paves the way for the immediate recognition of Christiana by the four largest EU countries: France, Germany, Britain and Italy.

Vote has been accounted in Pakistan after a general electron intended to complete the transition from military to civilian rule. Early unofficial return shows some leading aliens of President Pervez Musharraf losing their seats but it expected to be some time before a clear trend emerges. JG reports from Karachi.

By the early hours of Tuesday morning in Pakistan, the first result will come in. But it was still too soon the same meeting for trends that didn’t stop some opposition supporters in RP for separating saying their hopes for victory. In Sa province the main battles was between PPP—the party of the Butto family and original party MUN. In Karaqi, supporters from both sides celebrated with dancing into the streets late into the night.

A judge in Columbia has convicted the dismissed army kernel and 14 soldiers have murdering 10 anti-drug agencies where ambushes while investigating reports of cocaine trafficking. All 50 men faced prison terms of up to 60 years into sentenced. Paul Cary reports. Witnesses in the case said the anti-drug agencies was gun down by the soldiers as they followed up a tip-off that a large cash of cocaine was hidden at a rural psychiatric unit in the western town of Jumoomdi. Reports said the agencies were hide by hundreds of rounds of bullets a close ridge. The soldiers were not wounded claim the death was result of a friendly fire accident which they misstate the agencies with left wing rebels. But the prosecutors has accused them been bribed by drug-traffickers to carry out the massacre.

Would news from the BBC

One of Italy’s most wanted Muffia criminals PC has been arrested in the southern city of //. Mr. C who has been for a justice of 11 years was founded in a signed house with his nephew. Mr. K was descried by the Italian government as the No. 1 boss of Clabia Muffia—the //.

Israel has criticized the visiting United States’ humanitarian chief // who recently urged Israelis and Palestinians to end the cycle of violence between them. The Israeli foreign ministry said his comments acquitted the territories but these were defending themselves against terror. Mr. // said that he had seen the sufferings of civilians both Gaza and Israel and current crisis could only be solved through diplomacy.

The British Prime Minister Golden Brian is defended his government’s decision to nationalize the strike in north rock bank after rejecting 2 takeover bits. Mr. Brown said the action was in the best interest of British Tax fare and would help to achieve financial stability.
“We got down to American, we got a difficult decision for financial institutions of European. And we have this particular problems with North Rock as a result of what was a business plan that didn’t work, didn’t raise the money in the market place that was necessary to continue to financer. We have to interfere on grand of finance stability.”

The main opposition Conservative Party said nationalization was a catastrophic return of to the failed policies of 1970s. North Rock was forced to ask of up to billions of dollars of emergency funding after credit crisis last year.

An ancient report into the crash of British Air Giant Hisrola last month, says damages have been found in the plane’s fuel pumps. A BBC correspondent says the damage may have been the result of bubbles in the fuel, suggesting the supplies been restricted or have contained air. The report shows the aircraft did not contain enough fuel. The samples showed no signs of contamination.

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SERBIA has called the UNITED NATIONS to ANNUL KOSOVO'S DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE...told the emergency meeting of the Security Council that the move was a violation of international law. He was speaking after the United States and several major European powers have given formal recognition to Kosovo. James Little Reports from New York.

President T made a PASSIONATE appeal to Security Council to reject what he called a FLAGRANT VIOLATION OF international law. He said the SERBIAN state was born in Kosovo and it will remain forever a part of Serbia. He warned that the council risk losing its authority if it failed to defend the rights of democratic member state. And he called on the UN secretary general BanKiMo to ANNUL the declaration of independence and to DISSOLVE the Kosovo ASSEMBLY.

The European Union has agreed to set aside differences where recognition of Kosovo. Spain was among several EU countries OPPOSE to recognition, however it accepted the compromises settlement that the Kosovo was what unique and did not accept to set up PRECEDENT for separateness elsewhere. This paves the way for the immediate recognition of Christiana by the four largest EU countries: France, Germany, Britain and Italy.

Vote has been accounted in Pakistan after a general electron intended to complete the transition from military to civilian rule. Early unofficial return shows some leading ALLIES of President Pervez Musharraf losing their seats but it expected to be some time before a clear trend ...

A judge in Columbia has convicted the dismissed army COLONEL and 14 soldiers have murdering 10 anti-drug AGENTS where ambushes while investigating reports of cocaine trafficking. All 15 men faced prison terms of up to 60 years into sentenced. Paul Cary reports. Witnesses in the case said the anti-drug POLICE AGENTS WERE GUNNED down by the soldiers as they followed up a tip-off that a large cash of cocaine was hidden at a rural psychiatric unit in the western town of Jumoomdi. Reports said the agencies were hide by hundreds of rounds of bullets a close ridge. The soldiers were not wounded claim the death was result of a friendly fire accident which they MISTAKEN the agencies FOR left wing rebels. But the prosecutors has accused them been bribed by drug-traffickers to carry out the massacre....

The British Prime Minister GORDON BROWN is defended his government’s decision to nationalize the strike in north rock bank after rejecting 2 takeover bits. Mr. Brown said the action was in the best interest of British Tax PAYERS and would help to achieve financial stability.
.... We have to INTERVENE on THE GROUND of finance stability.”
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald

Serbiahas called onthe United Nationsto allow Kosovo’s declaration of independence the Serbian President, Boris Tadictold the emergency meeting of the Security Council that the move was a violation of international law. He was speaking after the United States and several major European powers have given formal recognition to Kosovo. James Little Reports from New York.

President Tadic made an passionate appeal to the Security Council to reject what he called a flagrant violation of international law. He said that the Serbian state was born in Kosovo and it will remain forever a part of Serbia. He warned that the council risked losing its authority if it failed to defend the rights of a democratic member state. And he called on the UN secretary general Ban Kee Moon to unull the declaration of independence and to dissolve the Kosovo assembly.

The European Union has agreed to set aside differences of recognition of Kosovo. Spain was among several EU countries appalls to recognition, however it accepted the compromise statement that the Kosovo issue was unique and did not set a precedent for separateness elsewhere. This paves the way for the immediate recognition of Christiana by the four largest EU countries: France, Germany, Britain and Italy.

Vote has been accounted in Pakistan after a general election intended to complete the transition from military to civilian rule. Early unofficial return shows some leading aliens of President Pervez Musharraf losing their seats but it is expected to be some time before a clear trend emerges. JG reports from Karachi.

By the early hours of Tuesday morning in Pakistan, the first result were coming in. But it was still too soon the same meeting for trends that didn’t stop some opposition supporters in RP for celebrating saying they hoped for victory. In Sa province the main battle is between PPP—the party of the Butto family and original party MQN. In Karaqi, supporters from both sides celebrated with dancing in the streets late into the night.

A judge in Columbia has convicted the dismissed army kernel and 14 soldiers have murdering 10 anti-drug agents where ambushes while investigating reports of cocaine trafficking. All 50 men faced prison terms of up to 60 years when they are sentenced. Paul Keller reports.

Witnesses in the case said that the anti-drug agents were gun down by the soldiers as they followed up a tip-off that a large cash of cocaine was hidden at a rural psychiatric unit in the western town of Jumoomdi. Reports said the agencies were hit with hundreds of rounds of bullets of close range. The soldiers were not wounded claimed that the death was result of a friendly fire accident in which they have mistaken the agents with left wing rebels. But the prosecutor has accused them of being bribed by drug-traffickers to carry out the massacre.

Would news from the BBC

One of Italy’s most wanted Mafia criminals PC has been arrested in the southern city of //. Mr. C who had been a fugitive from justice of 11 years was founded in a / house with his son in law and his nephew. Mr. K was described by the Italian government as the No. 1 boss of Clabia Mafia—the //.

Israel has criticized the visiting United States’ humanitarian chief John Holmes who recently urged Israelis and Palestinians to end the cycle of violence between them. The Israeli foreign ministry said his comments acquitted the territories but these were defending themselves against terror. Mr. Holmes said that he had seen the sufferings of civilians in both Gaza and Israel and current crisis could be solved only through diplomacy.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is defendinghis government’s decision to nationalize the stricken North ern Rock bank after rejecting 2 takeover bids . Mr. Brown said the action was in the best interest of British taxpayer and would help to achieve financial stability.
“We got down to American, we got a difficult decision for nationalizations in the rest of Europ. And we have this particular problems with Northern Rock as a result of what was a business plan that didn’t work, didn’t raise the money in the market place that was necessary to continue to financer. We have to intervene on grounds of financial stability.”

The main opposition Conservative Party said nationalization was a catastrophic return /to the failed policies of the 1970s. Northern Rock was forced to ask for billions of dollars of emergency funding from the government after credit crisis last year.

An injury report into the crash of a British Airway’s Jet Hisrola last month, says damages have been found to the plane’s fuel pumps. A BBC correspondent says the damage may have been the result of bubbles in the fuel, suggesting the supply had been restricted or have contained air. The report said the aircraft had enough fuel and the samples showed no signs of contamination.

BBC News
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BBC news with Fiona McDonald.

Serbia has called on the United Nations to annul Kosovo's declaration of independence. The Serbian President Boris Tadic told an emergency meeting of the Security Council that the move was a violation of international law. He was speaking after the United State and several major European powers had given formal recognition to Kosovo. Jane Little reports from New York.

President Tadic made an impassioned appeal to the Security Council to reject what he called a "flagrant violation of international law". He said that the Serbian state was born in Kosovo and it will remain for ever a part of Serbia. He warned that the council risked losing its authority if it failed to defend the rights of a democratic member state and he called on the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to annul the declaration of independence and to dissolve the Kosovo assembly.

The European Union has agreed to set aside differences over recognition of Kosovo. Spain was among several EU countries opposed to recognition. However, it accepted a compromise statement that the Kosovo issue was unique and did not set a precedent for separatists elsewhere. This paved the way for the immediate recognition of Pristina by the 4 largest EU countries, France, Germany, Britain and Italy.

Votes are being counted in Pakistan after a general election intended to complete the transition from military to civilian rule. Early unofficial return showed some leading allies of President Pervez Musharraf losing their seats. But it's expected to be some time before a clear trend emerges. Jill McGivering reports from Karachi.

By the early hours of Tuesday morning in Pakistan, the first results were coming in. But it was still too soon to see meaningful trends. That did not stop some opposition supporters in Rawalpindi from celebrating, saying they hoped for victory. In Sindh province, the main battle is between the PPP, the party of the Bhutto family, and the regional party MQM. In Karachi, supporters from both sides celebrated with dancing in the streets late into the night.

A judge in Colombia has convicted a dismissed army colonel and 14 soldiers of murdering 10 anti-drug agents who were ambushed while investigating reports of cocaine trafficking. All 15 men face prison terms of up to 60 years when they are sentenced. Paul Keller reports.

Witnesses in the case said that the anti-drugs police agents were gunned down by the soldiers as they followed up a tip-off that a large cash of cocaine was hidden at a rural psychiatric unit in the western town of Jamundi. Reports say the agents were hit with hundreds of rounds of bullets at close range. The soldiers, none of whom were wounded, claimed the death were the results of a friendly fire accident, in which they had mistaken the agents for left-wing rebels. But the prosecutors accused them of being bribed by drug traffickers to carry out the massacre.

World news from the BBC.

One of Italy's most wanted mafia criminals Pasquale Condello has been arrested in the southern city of Reggio Calabria. Mr. Condello, who has been a fugitive from justice for 11 years, was found at a house with his son-in-law and a nephew. Mr. Condello was described by the Italian government as the No. 1 boss of the Calabrian mafia, the 'Ndrangheta.

Israel has criticized the visiting United Nations humanitarian chief John Holmes who recently urged Israelis and Palestinians to end the cycle of violence between them. The Israeli Foreign Ministry said his comments equated terrorists but also were defending themselves against terror. Mr. Holmes said he had seen the suffering of civilians in both Gaza and Israel and the current crisis could be solved only through diplomacy.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has defended his government's decision to nationalize the stricken Northern Rock Bank after rejecting 2 takeover bids. Mr. Brown said the action was in the best interests of British taxpayers and would help achieve financial stability.

"We've got downturn in America. We've got difficulties facing financial institutions in the rest of Europe. And we have this particular problem with Northern Rock as a result of what was a business plan that didn't work, couldn't raise the money in the market place that was necessary to continue to finance it. We have to intervene on grounds of financial stability."

The main opposition Conservative Party said nationalization was a catastrophic return to the failed policies of the 1970s. Northern Rock was forced to ask for billions of dollars of emergency funding from the government after a credit crisis last year.

An interim report into the crash of a British Airways jet at Heathrow last month says damage had been found to the plane's fuel pumps. A BBC correspondent says the damage may have been the result of bubbles in the fuel, suggesting the supply had been restricted or had contained air. The report said the aircraft had enough fuel and the sample showed no sign of contamination.

BBC news.
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BBC news with Fiona McDonald.

Serbia has called on the United Nations to annul Kosovo's declaration of independence. The Serbian President Boris Tadic told an emergency meeting of the Security Council that the move was a violation of international law. He was speaking after the United State and several major European powers had given formal recognition to Kosovo. Jane Little reports from New York.

President Tadic made an impassioned appeal to the Security Council to reject what he called a "flagrant violation of international law". He said that the Serbian state was born in Kosovo and it will remain for ever a part of Serbia. He warned that the council risked losing its authority if it failed to defend the rights of a democratic member state and he called on the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to annul the declaration of independence and to dissolve the Kosovo assembly.

The European Union has agreed to set aside differences over recognition of Kosovo. Spain was among several EU countries opposed to recognition. However, it accepted a compromise statement that the Kosovo issue was unique and did not set a precedent for separatists elsewhere. This paved the way for the immediate recognition of Pristina by the 4 largest EU countries, France, Germany, Britain and Italy.

Votes are being counted in Pakistan after a general election intended to complete the transition from military to civilian rule. Early unofficial return showed some leading allies of President Pervez Musharraf losing their seats. But it's expected to be some time before a clear trend emerges. Jill McGivering reports from Karachi.

By the early hours of Tuesday morning in Pakistan, the first results were coming in. But it was still too soon to see meaningful trends. That did not stop some opposition supporters in Rawalpindi from celebrating, saying they hoped for victory. In Sindh province, the main battle is between the PPP, the party of the Bhutto family, and the regional party MQM. In Karachi, supporters from both sides celebrated with dancing in the streets late into the night.

A judge in Colombia has convicted a dismissed army colonel and 14 soldiers of murdering 10 anti-drug agents who were ambushed while investigating reports of cocaine trafficking. All 15 men face prison terms of up to 60 years when they are sentenced. Paul Keller reports.

Witnesses in the case said that the anti-drugs police agents were gunned down by the soldiers as they followed up a tip-off that a large cash of cocaine was hidden at a rural psychiatric unit in the western town of Jamundi. Reports say the agents were hit with hundreds of rounds of bullets at close range. The soldiers, none of whom were wounded, claimed the death were the results of a friendly fire accident, in which they had mistaken the agents for left-wing rebels. But the prosecutors accused them of being bribed by drug traffickers to carry out the massacre.

World news from the BBC.

One of Italy's most wanted mafia criminals Pasquale Condello has been arrested in the southern city of Reggio Calabria. Mr. Condello, who has been a fugitive from justice for 11 years, was found at a house with his son-in-law and a nephew. Mr. Condello was described by the Italian government as the No. 1 boss of the Calabrian mafia, the 'Ndrangheta.

Israel has criticized the visiting United Nations humanitarian chief John Holmes who recently urged Israelis and Palestinians to end the cycle of violence between them. The Israeli Foreign Ministry said his comments equated terrorists but also were defending themselves against terror. Mr. Holmes said he had seen the suffering of civilians in both Gaza and Israel and the current crisis could be solved only through diplomacy.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has defended his government's decision to nationalize the stricken Northern Rock Bank after rejecting 2 takeover bids. Mr. Brown said the action was in the best interests of British taxpayers and would help achieve financial stability.

"We've got downturn in America. We've got difficulties facing financial institutions in the rest of Europe. And we have this particular problem with Northern Rock as a result of what was a business plan that didn't work, couldn't raise the money in the market place that was necessary to continue to finance it. We have to intervene on grounds of financial stability."

The main opposition Conservative Party said nationalization was a catastrophic return to the failed policies of the 1970s. Northern Rock was forced to ask for billions of dollars of emergency funding from the government after a credit crisis last year.

An interim report into the crash of a British Airways jet at Heathrow last month says damage had been found to the plane's fuel pumps. A BBC correspondent says the damage may have been the result of bubbles in the fuel, suggesting the supply had been restricted or had contained air. The report said the aircraft had enough fuel and the sample showed no sign of contamination.

BBC news.

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BBC News with Fiona McDonald

Serbia has called on the United Nations to annul Kosovo’s declaration of independence. The Serbian President, Boris Tadic, told an emergency meeting of the Security Council that the move was a violation of international law. He was speaking after the United States and several major European powers had given formal recognition to Kosovo. James Little Reports from New York.

President Tadic made an impassioned appeal to the Security Council to reject, what he called, a flagrant violation of international law. He said that the Serbian state was born in Kosovo and it will remain forever a part of Serbia. He warned that the council risked losing its authority if it failed to defend the rights of a democratic member state. And he called on the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to annul the declaration of independence and to dissolve the Kosovo Assembly.

The European Union has agreed to set aside differences of recognition of Kosovo. Spain was among several EU countries opposed to recognition. However it accepted a compromise statement that the Kosovo issue was unique and did not set a precedent for separatists elsewhere. This paves the way for the immediate recognition of Pristina by the four largest EU countries: France, Germany, Britain and Italy.

Votes are being counted in Pakistan after a general election intended to complete the transition from military to civilian rule. Early unofficial return shows some leading allies of President Pervez Musharraf losing their seats but it is expected to be some time before a clear trend emerges. Jill McGivering reports from Karachi.

By the early hours of Tuesday morning in Pakistan, the first results were coming in. But it was still too soon to see meaningful trends that didn’t stop some opposition supporters in Rawalpindi from celebrating saying they hoped for victory. In Sindh province, the main battle is between the PPP, the party of the Bhutto family and original party MQN. In Karaqi, supporters from both sides celebrated with dancing in the streets late into the night.

A judge in Columbia has convicted a dismissed army colonel and 14 soldiers of murdering 10 anti-drug agents who were ambushed while investigating reports of cocaine trafficking. All 15 men face prison terms of up to 60 years when they are sentenced. Paul Keller reports.

Witnesses in the case said that the anti-drug police agents were gunned down by the soldiers as they followed up a tip-off that a large cache of cocaine was hidden at a rural psychiatric unit in the western town of Jamundi. Reports say the agents were hit with hundreds of rounds of bullets at a close range. The soldiers, none of whom were wounded, claimed / the death was a result of a friendly fire accident in which they had mistaken the agents for left-wing rebels. But the prosecutor has accused them of being bribed by drug-traffickers to carry out the massacre.

Would News from the BBC

One of Italy’s most wanted Mafia criminals Pasquale Condello has been arrested in the southern city of Reggio Calabria. Mr. Condello who had been a fugitive from justice for 11 years was founded in a house with his son-in- law and a nephew. Mr. Condello was described by the Italian government as the No. 1 boss of Calabrian mafi, the Ndrangheta.

Israel has criticized the visiting United States Humanitarian Chief John Holmes who recently urged Israelis and Palestinians to end the cycle of violence between them. The Israeli foreign ministry said his comments equated / terrorists with those who are defending themselves against terror. Mr. Holmes said that he had seen the sufferings of civilians in both Gaza and Israel and current crisis could be solved only through diplomacy.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has defended his government’s decision to nationalize the stricken Northern Rock Bank after rejecting 2 takeover bids . Mr. Brown said the action was in the best interests of British taxpayers and would help / achieve financial stability.

"We've got downturn in America, we've got difficulties facing financial institutions in the rest of Europe. And we have this particular problem with Northern Rock as a result of what was a business plan that didn’t work, couldn't raise the money in the market place that was necessary to continue to finance it. We have to intervene on grounds of financial stability.”

The main opposition Conservative Party said nationalization was a catastrophic return to the failed policies of the 1970s. Northern Rock was forced to ask for billions of dollars of emergency funding from the government after credit crisis last year.

An interim report into the crash of a British Airways jet at Heathrow last month, says damages have been found to the plane’s fuel pumps. A BBC correspondent says the damage may have been the result of bubbles in the fuel, suggesting the supply had been restricted or had contained air. The report said the aircraft had enough fuel and the sample showed no signs of contamination.

BBC News
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Serbia has called UNs to uneil Kosovo's declaration of independence. Serbia president Bodis Tadichi told at the emergence meeting of the security counsel that the move is a violation of international law. He was speaking after the US and several major European powers have given formal recognition to Kosovo. Y reports from NY. President Tadichi made an impassioned appeal to the security counsel at what he called a flagrant violation of international law. He said that the serbian state was borned in kosovo and it would remain forever a part of Serbia. He warned that the counsel risked of losing its authority if it failed to defend the right of a democracal member state. And he called on the UN secretary general Banky Mu to anounce the declaration of indepence and to desolve the Kosovo assembly. The EU has agreed to satissy differences of recognition of Kosovo. Spain was of several EU countries to oppose to recognition. However, except the comprised statement that Kosovo issue was unique and did not set up president for separatists elsewhere. This paved a way for the immediate recognition of pretional by the four largest EU countries: France,German and Italy.

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World news from the BBC.

One of Italy's most wanted mafia criminals P has been arrested in the southern city of S. Mr Condalo who have been an affugetive from justice for 11 years, frained from the house of the southern law and the nephew. Mr Condalor was described by the Italian government as the No.1 boss of the Colubrian Mafia G.

Israel has critized the visiting UN's humanitarian chief John Homes who recently urges the realise Paletina unions to end the cycle of violence between them. The Israel foreign ministry said it's common to critive terrotists but also defending themselves against terror. Mr Home said they had seen the sufferings of both Gaza and Israel and crises could be solved only diplomacy.

The British prime minister Gordern Brown is defended his government decision to nationalize the stricken northern Rode Bank. After rejecting two takeover bids. Mr Brown said the action was in the best interests to British taxpayers and helps financial stability."It was done to American with a difficulty season financial institution for the rest of Europe and we have this praticular problem with north Irap as a result of what a business plan that didn't work and couldn't rise money in the marketplace that was necessary continue for a financial sip. We have to interview growns of financial instability. The main opposition conservative party said the nationalization was a catastropic return to the field polices of 1970s. Northern Rock was forced to ask for billions of dollars of emergency funding from the government after credit crisis last year.

An internal report into the crash of British airways jected thrower last month says have fund to the plane's feul pumps. A BBC correspondant says the damage mealy be the result of buble in the feul, suggesting with supply has been restricted or had contant air. The report says the aircraft had enough feul and the sample showed no signs of contamination.

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