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BBC News with Joe Macintosh

 

After several hours of uncertainty and growing tension in Zimbabwe over the results of presidential and parliamentary elections, officials have announced that the first results will be disclosed in a few hours’ time. Riot police have been patrolling the streets of the capital Harare and residents have been told to stay indoors. Controversy had been growing throughout the country when no results have been announced in more than 24 hours after the polls have closed. The head of a pan-African Parliamentary Mission Marwick Khumalo said most votes have been counted and it would be unfortunate if the declaration was held up for political reasons.

 

We are all waiting, because this is of interest not only to Zimbabwe per se, but to Africa and the world .In fact, I am worried, I don’t want to sound negative, but I happened to have been on the ground in Kenya .These are the delays that start causing problems in a country.

 

The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has welcomed the decision by the Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr to order his Mahdi Army Militia to stop fighting government troops. He said that it was a step in the right direction .Hundreds of people have been killed in days of fighting which started in Basra before spreading to other southern cities and the capital Baghdad. Chrispin Thorold reports.

 

This appears to be a deal that could and should end the worst of the fighting in Iraq. The Shiite Cleric Muqtada al-Sadr has called the militiamen from the Mahdi Army off the streets of Basra and all other provinces. In return he expects the government to stop its illegal and haphazard raids. The agreement will face its first test on Monday morning when the curfew that has been in place in the capital for four days is lifted in most of the city.

 

The Venezuelan authorities have launched a new operation against drug traffickers by bombing secret airstrips in remote parts of the country close to the Colombian border. From Caracas, James Ingham reports.

 

Venezuela has been criticized in the past by the United States for failing to take drug trafficking seriously. The vast area of Los Llanos which stretches east from the Colombian border is very flat, making it ideal terrain for traffickers who can easily create improvised runways .In one state alone authorities have found 157 landing strips. The objective of operation whole is to destroy them all. The authorities say the bombing will be backed up by awareness and social programs aimed at the indigenous communities living in these remote parts of the country.

 

The government of Tanzania has suspended all mining operations in the northern region of the country where at least 65 miners drowned after heavy rain and floods. Rain caused gemstone mines in Mirerani, about 50 kilometers from Arusha, to collapse. Six bodies have been recovered and police say there is little chance of finding anyone alive.

 

This is the world news coming to you from the BBC.

 

The Cambodian journalist whose enslavement and escape from the Khmer Rouge became the subject of an Oscar winning Hollywood movie “The Killing Fields” has died. The death of the journalist Dith Pran from pancreatic cancer was confirmed by his former colleague Sydney Schanberg. Endrea Vony reports.

 

Dith Pran had worked as an assistant to an American reporter Sydney Schanberg before being sucked into the murderous tyranny that the Khmer Rouge unleashed on his country in 1975. He survived four years of hunger, torture and back-breaking work before escaping and immigrating to the US where he was reunited with Schanberg. The reporter’s memoir of him formed the basis of the celebrated film “The Killing Fields”. In what many will see as a tragic twist, Dith Pran is survived by some of the top Khmer Rouge leaders who’ve yet to come to trial.

 

Scientists say they have uncovered new genetic clues about how people become susceptible to the most common form of diabetes. The researchers say they have found six previously unknown genetic variants that cause type-2 diabetes. They say the discovery provides new opportunities for dealing with body mechanisms that, when faulty, failed to control blood sugar levels. The World Health Organization estimates that more than one hundred and eighty million people suffered from diabetes and says the number is likely to double by 2030.

 

The French authorities have confirmed that a plane has been sent to French Guiana in case the left wing Colombian FARC rebels decide to release their most high-profile hostage Ingrid Betancourt. Ms. Betancourt is believed to be seriously ill. She has been held by the FARC since 2002 when she was campaigning as a candidate for the Colombian president.

 

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BBC News with Joe Macintosh

After several hours of uncertainty and going tension in Zimbabwe at the result of Presidential and Parliamentary Elections, officials announced that the first result will be disposed in a few hours of time. Riot Police have been patrolling the streets of the Capital Harare and residents have been told to stay indoors. Controversies have been going throughout the country when no results have been announced more than 24 hours after the polls have closed. The head of the Pan-African Polymeric Mission // said most votes have been counted and would be unfortunate for the decoration was held up for political reasons. “We are all waiting, because this // just not only to Zimbabwe, but to Africa and the world .In fact, I don’t want to saw //, but I happen to be underground in Cannibal .These are the delays that start causing problems in the country.”

The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Kamel al-Maliki has welcomed the decision Mahda Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr to order his Mahdi Army Militia to stop fighting government troops. He said that it was a step in the right direction .Hundreds of people have been killed in days of fighting which started in Basra before spreading to other southern cities and the capital Baghdad .

// reports .

The pace is a deal that curt and short in the worst of fighting in the Iraq. The Shiite Cleric Muqtada al-Sadr had called the militiaman from the Mahdi Army off the streets of Basra and all other provinces. In return he expects the government to stop its illegal and //. The agreement will face its first test on Monday morning when the curfew has been in place in the capital for four days, it is lifted in most of the cities.

The vanes authorities had launched a new operation against drug trafficers by bombing secret air strips in remote parts of the country closed to the Colombia border.

From // reports.

// has been criticized in the past by the United State for the failing to take drug trafficking seriously. The vast area of lost // which stretches east from the Colombia border is very flat making it a ideal terrain for traffickers who can easily create and provide runaways .In one state along authorities have found 157 landing strips. The objective of operation whole is to destroy them all. The authorities said the bombing will be backed up by a wealth and social program aimed at the indigenous communities living in this remote part of the country.

The government of // has suspended all mining operation in the northern region of the country where at least 65 miner has drown after a heavy rain and floods. Rain caused Jamstone mines and // about 50 kilometers from // to collapse. Six bodies have been recovered and police said there is little chance of finding anyone alive.

This is the world news coming to you from the BBC.

The Cambodian journalist whose enslavement and escape from the Cambodia rules become the subject to an Oscar winning Hollywood movie “The Killing Field” has died. The death of the journalist is prime from patriotic cancel was confirmed by his former colleague Sydney Schanberg.

// reports.

Dith Pran had worked as an assistant to an American reporter Sydney Schanberg before been subbed into the murderous termer that the communist rule on list on his country in 1975. He survived four years of hunger, torture and back-breaking work before escaping and immigrating to the U.S.. Where he was reunited with Schanberg. The reporters form the basis of the celebrated film “The Killing Fields”. In what many has seen as a tragic twist, Dith Pran has survived in some of the tough communist rule leaders who yet to come to trial.

Scientist said to have uncovered a new genetic rules about how people become // to the most common form of diabetes. The researcher said they have found six previously unknown genetic variants that cause type-2 diabetes. They said the discovery provides new opportunity for dealing with body magnesium that when body failed to control blood tribute levels .the World Health Organizations has to make one such more than one hundred and eighty million people suffered from diabetes .They said the number is likely to double by 2030 .

The French authorities has confirmed that a plane has been sent to French Guiana in case the lifting Colombia FARC rebels decided to release them a high-profile hostage Betancourt .Mr. Betancourt is believed to be seriously ill. He’s been held by the FARC since 2002 when he was campaign as a candidate for the Colombia President.

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BBC News with Joe Macintosh

 

After several hours of uncertainty and growing tension in Zimbabwe over the results of presidential and parliamentary elections, officials have announced that the first results will be disclosed in a few hours time. Riot police have been patrolling the streets of the capital Harare and residents have been told to stay indoors. Controversy had been growing throughout the country when no results have been announced more than 24 hours after the polls have closed. The head of the Pan-African Parliamentary Mission Marwick Khumalo said most votes have been counted and it would be unfortunate it the declaration was held up for political reasons.

 

 “We are all waiting, because this is of interest not only to Zimbabwe we could say, but to Africa and the world .In fact, I am worried, I don’t want to sound negative, but I happen to have been on the ground in Kenya .These are the delays that start causing problems in the country.”

 

The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has welcomed the decision by the Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr to order his Mahdi Army Militia to stop fighting government troops. He said that it was a step in the right direction .Hundreds of people have been killed in days of fighting which started in Basra before spreading to other southern cities and the capital Baghdad .

 

Chrispin Thorold reports .

 

This appears to be a deal that curt and shirt and the worst of the fighting in the Iraq. The Shiite Cleric Muqtada al-Sadr had called the militiamen from the Mahdi Army off the streets of Basra and all other provinces. In return he expects the government to stop its illegal and haphazard raids. The agreement will face its first test on Monday morning when the curfew has been in place in the capital for four days, it is lifted in most of the cities.

 

The Venezuelan authorities had launched a new operation against drug traffickers by bombing secret airstrips in remote parts of the country close/ to the Colombia border.

 

From Caracus, James Ingham reports.

 

Venezuela has been criticized in the past by the United States for/ failing to take drug trafficking seriously. The vast area of * which stretches east from the Colombian border is very flat, making it /ideal terrain for traffickers who can easily create improvised runways .In one stake alone authorities have found 157 landing strips. The objective of operation hole is to destroy them all. The authorities say the bombing will be backed up by awareness and social program aimed at the indigenous communities living in this remote part of the country.

 

The government of Tanzania has suspended all mining operations in the northern region of the country where at least 65 miners drowned after/heavy rain and floods. Rain caused gemstone mines in Mirerani about 50 kilometers from Arusha to collapse. Six bodies have been recovered and police say there is little chance of finding anyone alive.

 

This is the world news coming to you from the BBC.

 

The Cambodian journalist whose enslavement and escape from the Khmer Rouge became the subject to an Oscar winning Hollywood movie “The Killing Fields” has died. The death of the journalist Dith Pran from pancreatic cancer was confirmed by his former colleague Sydney Schanberg.

 

// reports.

 

 

Dith Pran had worked as an assistant to an American reporter Sydney Schanberg before being subbed into the murderous tyranny that the Khmer Rouge * on his country in 1975. He survived four years of hunger, torture and back-breaking work before escaping and immigrating to the U.S. where he was reunited with Schanberg. The reporter’s memoir of him formed the basis of the celebrated film “The Killing Fields”. In what many will see as a tragic twist, Dith Pran is survived by some of the top Khmer Rouge leaders who've yet to come to trial.

 

Scientists say they have uncovered new genetic clues about how people become susceptible to the most common form of diabetes. The researchers say they have found six previously unknown genetic variants that cause type-2 diabetes. They say the discovery provides new opportunities for dealing with body mechanisms that went faulty, failed to control blood sugar levels .the World Health Organizations estimates that more than one hundred and eighty million people suffered from diabetes and says the number is likely to double by 2030 .

 

 

The French authorities have confirmed that a plane has been sent to French Guiana in case the left wing Colombia FARC rebels decide to release their most high-profile hostage Íngrid Betancourt. Miss. Betancourt is believed to be seriously ill. She has been held by the FARC since 2002 when she was campaigning as a candidate for the Colombian president.

 

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BBC News with Joe Macintosh.

 

After seven hours of uncertainty and going tension in Zimbabwe have the results of presidential and parliamentary elections, officials have announced that the first results will be disclosed in a few hours time. Riot police have been patrolling the streets of the capital, Harare, and residents have been told to stay indoors. Controversy had been going through the country when no results had been announced more than 24 hours after the poll was closed. The head of the Pan-African Parliamentary Observer Mission, Marwick Khumalo said most votes have been counted and it would be unfortunate if the decoration was held up for political reasons.

 

We are all waiting, because this is of interest not only Zimbabwe office, but to Africa and the world.

 

In Africa morality, we don’t see any negative, but I hope to have been on the ground in Kenya. There are the delays that start causing problems in a country.

 

The Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Maliki has welcomed the decision Mahdi Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to order his Mahdi army militia to stop fighting government troops. He said it was a step in the right direction. Hundreds of people have been killed in days of fighting which started in Basra before spreading to other southern cities and the capital Baghdad. Crispin Thorold reports.

 

This appears to be a deal that Kurt and Shiat end the worst fighting in Iraq. Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr has called the militiamen for the Mahdi army of the streets of Basra and all other provinces. In return, he expected the government to stop its illegal and haphazard raids. The agreement will face its first test on Monday morning when the curfew that has been placed in the capital for four days is lifted in most of the city.  

 

The Venezuelan authorities have launched a new operation against drug traffics by bombing secret // in the remote parts of the country close to Colombian border. From Caracas, James Shaw reports.

 

Venezuela has been criticized in the past by the United States for failing to take drug trafficking seriously. The vast area of // which stretches east from Colombian border is very flat making an idea to rein for traffickers who can easily create improvised runways. In one state alone, authorities have found 157 landing strips. The objective operation hall is to destroy them all. The authorities say the bombing will be backed up by awareness and social programs aimed at indigenous communities living in these remote parts of the country.

 

The government of Tanzania has suspended all mining operations in the northern region of the country where at least 65 miles drowned after heavy rain and floods. Rain causes the gem stone mine in Mererani about 40 km from Arusha to claps. 60 bodies have been recovered. And police say there is little chance of finding anyone alive.

 

This is the world news, coming to you from the BBC.

 

The Cambodian journalist whose enslavement and how to escape from the Khmer Rouge became the subject of the Oscar winning Hollywood movie, the Killing Fields, has died. The death of the journalist Dith Pran from pancreatic cancer was confirmed by his formal colleague, Sydney Schanberg. // reports.       .           

 

Dith Pran has worked as an assistant to an American reporter Sydney Schanberg, before being submitted into the murder // that the Khmer Rouge // his country in 1975. He survived four years of hunger, torture and backbreaking work before his escaping and immigrating to the US where he was reunited with Schanberg. The reporter’s memorial well of him form the bases of the celebrated film, the Killing Fields.  In what many was seen as a tragic twist, Dith Pran survived by some of the top // leaders who yet come to trial.

 

Scientists say they have found new genetic clues about how people become acceptable to the most common form of diabetes. The researchers say they found 60 previously unknown genetic variants that cause two diabetes. The say the discovery provides new opportunities for dealing with body mechanism that when forty failed control blood choke levels. The World Health Organization estimates that more than 180 million people suffer from diabetes, and says the number is likely to be double by 2030.

 

The French authorities have confirmed that a plane has been sent to French Guiana in case the left-wing Colombia Farc rebels decide to release their most high-profile hostages Ingrid Betancourt. Ms. Betancourt is believed to be seriously ill. She has been held by the FARC since 2002, when she was campaigning as a candidate for the Columbian President.         .         

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 BBC News with Joe Macintosh After several hours of uncertainty and growing tension in Zimbabwe over the results of presidential and parliamentary elections, officials have announced that the first results will be disclosed in a few hours’ time. Riot police have been patrolling the streets of the capital Harare and residents have been told to stay indoors. Controversy had been growing throughout the country when no results have been announced more than 24 hours after the polls have closed. The head of the Pan-African Parliamentary Mission Marwick Khumalo said most votes have been counted and it would be unfortunate if the declaration was held up for political reasons. “We are all waiting, because this is of interest not only to Zimbabwe we could say, but to Africa and the world .In fact, I am worried, I don’t want to sound negative, but I happen to have been on the ground in Kenya .These are the delays that start causing problems in the country.”

The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has welcomed the decision by the Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr to order his Mahdi Army Militia to stop fighting government troops. He said that it was a step in the right direction .Hundreds of people have been killed in days of fighting which started in Basra before spreading to other southern cities and the capital Baghdad . Chrispin Thorold reports . This appears to be a deal that curt and shirt and the worst of the fighting in the Iraq. The Shiite Cleric Muqtada al-Sadr had called the militiamen from the Mahdi Army off the streets of Basra and all other provinces. In return he expects the government to stop its illegal and haphazard raids. The agreement will face its first test on Monday morning when the curfew, that has been in place in the capital for four days, is lifted in most of the cities.

 

The Venezuelan authorities had launched a new operation against drug traffickers by bombing secret airstrips in remote parts of the country close/ to the Colombia border. From Caracus, James Ingham reports. Venezuela has been criticized in the past by the United States for/ failing to take drug trafficking seriously. The vast area of * which stretches east from the Colombian border is very flat, making it /ideal terrain for traffickers who can easily create improvised runways .In one state alone authorities have found 157 landing strips. The objective of operation hole is to destroy them all. The authorities say the bombing will be backed up by awareness and social program aimed at the indigenous communities living in this remote part of the country. The government of Tanzania has suspended all mining operations in the northern region of the country where at least 65 miners drowned after/heavy rain and floods. Rain caused gemstone mines in Mirerani about 50 kilometers from Arusha to collapse. Six bodies have been recovered and police say there is little chance of finding anyone alive. This is the world news coming to you from the BBC. The Cambodian journalist whose enslavement and escape from the Khmer Rouge became the subject to an Oscar winning Hollywood movie “The Killing Fields” has died. The death of the journalist Dith Pran from pancreatic cancer was confirmed by his former colleague Sydney Schanberg. // reports. Dith Pran had worked as an assistant to an American reporter Sydney Schanberg before being subbed into the murderous tyranny that the Khmer Rouge * on his country in 1975. He survived four years of hunger, torture and back-breaking work before escaping and immigrating to the U.S. where he was reunited with Schanberg. The reporter’s memoir of him formed the basis of the celebrated film “The Killing Fields”. In what many will see as a tragic twist, Dith Pran has survived by some of the top Khmer Rouge leaders who yet to come to trial. Scientists say they have uncovered new genetic clues about how people become susceptible to the most common form of diabetes. The researchers say they have found six previously unknown genetic variants that cause type-2 diabetes. They say the discovery provides new opportunities for dealing with body mechanisms that when faulty failed to control blood sugar levels .the World Health Organizations estimates that more than one hundred and eighty million people suffered from diabetes and says the number is likely to double by 2030 . The French authorities have confirmed that a plane has been sent to French Guiana in case the left wing Colombia FARC rebels decide to release their most high-profile hostage Íngrid Betancourt. Miss. Betancourt is believed to be seriously ill. She has been held by the FARC since 2002 when she was campaigning as a candidate for the Colombian president.

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BBC news with Joe Macontosh.

 

After several hours of uncertainly and growing tension in Zimbabwe has the results of the presidential and parliamentary elections, officials have announced that the first results will be disclosed in the few hours’ time. Riot police has been patrolling the streets of capital Harare, its residents have been told the stay indoors. Controversy has been growing throught all the country when no results have been announced for more than 24 hours after the polls closed. The head of the Pan-African Parlimentary Mission, Marwick Khumalo said most votes have been counted and it would be unfortunately to declaration was held up for political reasons.

 

“We are all waiting, because this is of interests not only to Zimbabwe but to Africa and the world. In fact, I’m worried, I don’t want to sound negative, but I’ll happy to have been on the ground in case. These are the delays that start causing problems in the country.”

 

The Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has welcomed the decision by the Shiiter clerk Moqtada Sadr to order his army militia to stop fighting government troops. He said that it was a step in the right dection. Hundreds of people have been killed in the days of fighting which started in Basra before spreading to other southern cities and the capital Baghdad.

Chrispin Thorold reports.

 

This appears to be a deal that curt and shoted and the worst of the fighting in the Iraq. The Shiite Clerk Moqtada Sadr had called the militiamen from the Mahdi army off the streets of Basra and all other the provinces. In return, he expects the government to stop its illegal happenstance’s raise. The agreement will face its first test on Sunday morning when the curfew has been placed in the capital for four days, it is lifted in most of the cities.

 

The Venezuelan authorities had launched a new operation against drug traffickers by bombing secret airstrips in remote parts of the country close to the Colombian border.

 

From Caracus, James Ingham reports.

 

Venezuelan has been criticized in the past by the United States for to take drug trafficking seriously. The vast area of which stretches east from the Colombian border is very flat, making ideal terrain for traffickers, you can easy create improvised runways. In one stake alone, authorities have found 157 landing strips. The objective of operation hole is to destroy them all. The authorities said the bombing will be backed up by awareness and social problem aimed at the indigenous communities living in this remote part of the country.

 

The government of Tanzania has suspended all mining operations in the northern region of the country where at least 65 miners drowned after the heave rain and floods. Rain caused gemstone mines in Mirerani about 50 kilometers from Arusha to collapse. Six bodies have been recovered and police say there’s little chance for finding anyone alive.

 

This is the world news coming to you form the BBC.

 

The Cambodian journalist whose enslavement and escape form the Khmer Rouge became the subject to an Oscar winning Hollywood movie “The Killing Fields” has died. The death of the journalist Dith Pran from pancreatic cancer was confirmed by his former colleague Sydney Schanberg.

 

Agry Forny reports.

 

Dith Pran had worked as an assistant of an American reporters Sydney Schanberg before being subbed into the murderous tyranny that the Khmer Rouge in his country in 1975. He survived four years of hunger, torture and back-breaking work before escaping and immigrating to the US where he was reunited with Schanberg. The reporter’s memoir of his formed the basis of the celebrarted film “The Killing Fields”. In what many will see as a tragic twist, Dith Pran has survived by some of the top Khmer Rouge leaders who yet to come to trial.

 

Scientists say they have uncovered new genetic clues about how people become susceptible to the most conmon form the diabetes. The researchers say they have found six previously unknown genetic variants that cause type-2 diabetes. They say the discovery has proviced a new oppounity for dealing with body mechanisms that when faulty failed to control blood sugar levels. The World Health Organizations estimates that more than 180 million people suffered from diabetes and says the number is likely to double 2030.

 

The French authorities have confirmed that a plane has been sent to French Guiana in case the left wing Colombia FARC rebels decide to release their most high-profile hostage Ingrid Betancout. Miss Betancout is believered to be serious ill. She has been held by the FARC in 2002 when she was campaigning as a candidate for the Coulmbian president.
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BBC News with Joe Macintosh

 

 

 After several hours of uncertainty and growing tension in Zimbabwe over the results of presidential and parliamentary elections, officials have announced that the first results will be disposed in a few hours’ time. Riot police have been patrolling the streets of the capital Harare and residents have been told to stay indoors. Controversy had been growing throughout the country when no results have been announced more than 24 hours after the polls have closed. The head of the Pan-African Parliamentary Mission Marwick Khumalo said most votes have been counted and it would be unfortunate if the declaration was held up for political reasons.

 

 

 “We are all waiting, because this is of interest not only to Zimbabwe we could say, but to Africa and the world .In fact, I am worried, I don’t want to sound negative, but I happened to have been on the ground in Kenya .These are the delays that start causing problems in a country.”

 

 

The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has welcomed the decision by the Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr to order his Mahdi Army Militia to stop fighting government troops. He said that he was stepping the right direction .Hundreds of people have been killed in days of fighting which started in Basra before spreading to other southern cities and the capital Baghdad . Chrispin Thorold reports .

 

 

This appears to be a deal that could and should end the worst of the fighting in the Iraq. The Shiite Cleric Muqtada al-Sadr has called the militiamen from the Mahdi Army off the streets of Basra and all other provinces. In return he expects the government to stop its illegal and haphazard raids. The agreement will face its first test on Monday morning when the curfew, that has been in place in the capital for four days, is lifted in most of the city.

 

 

The Venezuelan authorities have launched a new operation against drug traffickers by bombing secret airstrips in remote parts of the country close/ to the Colombian border. From Caracus, James Ingham reports.

 

 

Venezuela has been criticized in the past by the United States for failing to take drug trafficking seriously. The vast area of * which stretches east from the Colombian border is very flat, making it ideal terrain for traffickers who can easily create improvised runways .In one state alone authorities have found 157 landing strips. The objective of operation whole is to destroy them all. The authorities say the bombing will be backed up by awareness and social programmes aimed at the indigenous communities living in this remote part of the country.

 

 

The government of Tanzania has suspended all mining operations in the northern region of the country where at least 65 miners drowned after/heavy rain and floods. Rain caused gemstone mines in Mirerani about 50 kilometers from Arusha to collapse. Six bodies have been recovered and police say there is little chance of finding anyone alive.

 

 

This is the world news coming to you from the BBC.

 

 

The Cambodian journalist whose enslavement and escape from the Khmer Rouge became the subject of an Oscar winning Hollywood movie “The Killing Fields” has died. The death of the journalist Dith Pran from pancreatic cancer was confirmed by his former colleague Sydney Schanberg. Endrea Vony reports.

 

 

Dith Pran had worked as an assistant to an American reporter Sydney Schanberg before being subbed into the murderous tyranny that the Khmer Rouge * on his country in 1975. He survived four years of hunger, torture and back-breaking work before escaping and emigrating to the U.S. where he was reunited with Schanberg. The reporter’s memoir of him formed the basis of the celebrated film “The Killing Fields”. In what many would see as a tragic twist, Dith Pran has survived by some of the top Khmer Rouge leaders who’ve yet to come to trial.

 

Scientists say they have uncovered new genetic clues about how people become susceptible to the most common form of diabetes. The researchers say they have found six previously unknown genetic variants that cause type-2 diabetes. They say the discovery provides new opportunities for dealing with body mechanisms that when faulty failed to control blood sugar levels .the World Health Organization estimates that more than one hundred and eighty million people suffered from diabetes and says the number is likely to double by 2030.

 

The French authorities have confirmed that a plane has been sent to French Guiana in case the left wing Colombia FARC rebels decide to release their most high-profile hostage Íngrid Betancourt. Miss. Betancourt is believed to be seriously illed. She has been held by the FARC since 2002 when she was campaigning as a candidate for the Colombian president.

 

 

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BBC News with Joe Macintosh.

 

After several hours of uncertainty and going tension in Zimbabwean have the results of the presidential and parlimentary elections, officials have announced that the first result will be exposed in a few hours time. Riot police have been patrolling in the streets of the capital Harera and residents have been told to stay in doors.

 

Controversy had been growing throughout the country when no results have been announced till more than twenty four hours after the polls closed. The head of the pan-Africa Parliamentary commission, Marwick Khumalo, said most of the votes had been counted, and it would be unfortunate if the declaration was held up for political reasons.

 

"We are all waiting, because this is a issue not only to Zimbabwean itself, but to Africa and world. In fact I am worried.I don't want to see negative, but I happened to be on the ground in / . These are the delays that starting causing problems in a country.

 

The Iraqi Prime Minister, Nouri Maliki, has welcomed the decision by the Shiite cleric, Moqtada Sadr, to order his Mehdi Army millitia to stop fighting government troops. He said it was the step right in the direction. Hundreds of people have been killed in days of fighting which started in Basra before spreading into other southern cities and capital Baghdad. C Th reports.

 

This appears to be a deal that could and should end the worse fighting in Iraq. The Shiite cleric Moqtada Sadr has called the militiamen from the Mehdi Army off the streets of Basra and all other proviences. In return, he expected the government to stop its illegal and / raids. The agreement will face its first test on Monday morning when the curfew that has been in place in captital for four days is lifted in most of city.

 

The / authority has lauched a new operation against drug traffickers by bombing secret air / in remote areas in the country close to the Columbian border. From /, James reports.

 

// has been critisized in the past by the United States for failing to take drug trafficking seriously. The vast area of Los / , which streches its east from Columbian border, is very flat, making it an ideal terrain for traffickers who can easily create improvised runways. In one state alone, authority has found a hundred fifty seven landing strips. The object of operation hole is to destroy them all. The authorities say the bombing will be backed up by awareness of social programs, aimed the indigenous communities living in the remote parts of the country.

 

The government of Tansania has suspended all mining operations in the northern regions of the country, where at least sixty five miles drowned after a heavy rain and floods. Rain caused Jame Stome mines in M/ , about fifty kilometers in / , to collapse. Six bodies have been recovered and police say there is little chance of finding anyone alive.

 

This is the world news coming to you from the BBC.

 

The Cambodian journalist, who's in slavement and escaped from // became the subject of Oscar winning Holleywood movie, the Killing Fields, has been died. The death of the journalist // from / cancer was confirmed by his former colleague, S Sh. // reports.

 

// had worked as an assistant to an American reporter, S Sh before being / to murder /// on his country in 1975. He survived four years of hunger, torture and back-breaking work before his escaping and immigraing to the US, where he was reunited with Sh. The reporter's / of him form the basis of the celebrated film, the Killing Fields, in what many was see it as a tragic twist / survived by some of the top / rule leaders who yet come to trial.

 

Scientists say they've uncovered a new genetic clues about how people become acceptalbe to the most common form of diabetes. The researchers say they've found six previously unknown genetic / that caused type 2 diabetes. They say the discovery provide new opportunities for dealing with body mechanism when faulty fell to control blood sugar levels. The World Health Organization estimates that more than one hundred and eighty million people suffer from diabetes and says the number is likely to double by twenty thirty.

 

The French authority has confirmed the plane that has sent been to French / in case the  /// decide to release their high profile hostage //. Ms / is believed to be seriously ill. She's been held by the / since 2002 when she was campaining as the candidate for the Columbian president.

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BBC News with Joe Macintosh


After several hours of uncertainty and growing tension in Zimbabwe over the results of presidential and parliamentary elections, officials have announced that the first results will be disclosed (改回来了,修改稿是对的)in a few hours’ time. Riot police have been patrolling the streets of the capital Harare and residents have been told to stay indoors. Controversy had been growing throughout the country when no results have been announced more than 24 hours after the polls have closed. The head of the Pan-African Parliamentary Mission Marwick Khumalo said most votes have been counted and it would be unfortunate if the declaration was held up for political reasons.


“We are all waiting, because this is of interest not only to Zimbabwe we could say, but to Africa and the world. In fact, I am worried, I don’t want to sound negative, but I happened to have been on the ground in Kenya .These are the delays that start causing problems in a country.”


The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has welcomed the decision by the Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr to order his Mahdi Army Militia to stop fighting government troops. He said that it was a step in the right direction.(头贴稿对的) Hundreds of people have been killed in days of fighting which started in Basra before spreading to other southern cities and the capital Baghdad. Chrispin Thorold reports.


This appears to be a deal that could and should end the worst of the fighting in the Iraq. The Shiite Cleric Muqtada al-Sadr has called the militiamen from the Mahdi Army off the streets of Basra and all other provinces. In return he expects the government to stop its illegal and haphazard raids. The agreement will face its first test on Monday morning when the curfew, that has been in place in the capital for four days, is lifted in most of the city.


The Venezuelan authorities have launched a new operation against drug traffickers by bombing secret airstrips in remote parts of the country close to the Colombian border. From Caracus, James Ingham reports.

Venezuela has been criticized in the past by the United States for failing to take drug trafficking seriously. The vast area of Los Llanos, which stretches east from the Colombian border, is very flat, making it ideal terrain for traffickers who can easily create improvised runways .In one state alone authorities have found 157 landing strips. The objective of operation whole is to destroy them all. The authorities say the bombing will be backed up by awareness and social programmes aimed at the indigenous communities living in this remote parts of the country.


The government of Tanzania has suspended all mining operations in the northern region of the country where at least 65 miners drowned after heavy rain and floods. Rain caused gemstone mines in Mirerani about 50 kilometers from Arusha to collapse. Six bodies have been recovered and police say there is little chance of finding anyone alive.


This is the world news coming to you from the BBC.


The Cambodian journalist whose enslavement and escape from the Khmer Rouge became the subject of an Oscar-winning Hollywood movie “The Killing Fields” has died. The death of the journalist Dith Pran from pancreatic cancer was confirmed by his former colleague Sydney Schanberg. Endrea Vony reports.


Dith Pran had worked as an assistant to an American reporter Sydney Schanberg before being subbed into the murderous tyranny that the Khmer Rouge * on his country in 1975. He survived four years of hunger, torture and back-breaking work before escaping and emigrating to the U.S. where he was reunited with Schanberg. The reporter’s memoir of him formed the basis of the celebrated film “The Killing Fields”. In what many would see as a tragic twist, Dith Pran is survived by some of the top Khmer Rouge leaders who’ve yet to come to trial. (指Dith Pran活得比那些个leaders还要久,be survived by sb.)


Scientists say they have uncovered new genetic clues about how people become susceptible to the most common form of diabetes. The researchers say they have found six previously unknown genetic variants that cause type-2 diabetes. They say the discovery provides new opportunities for dealing with body mechanisms that when faulty failed to control blood sugar levels .the World Health Organization estimates that more than one hundred and eighty million people suffered from diabetes and says the number is likely to double by 2030.


The French authorities have confirmed that a plane has been sent to French Guiana in case the left-wing Colombian FARC rebels decide to release their most high-profile hostage Íngrid Betancourt. Miss. Betancourt is believed to be seriously-illed. She has been held by the FARC since 2002 when she was campaigning as a candidate for the Colombian president.
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BBC News with Joe Macintosh.

After several hours of uncertainty and growing attention in Zimbabwe ever the results of presidential and parliamentary elections, officials have announced that the first results will be disclosed in a few hours time. Right police have been / in the streets of the capital Harare, and residents have been told to stay indoors. Controversy had been growing throughout the country when no results had been announced to more than 24 hours after the polls closed. The head of the/ African Parliamentary Mission M/ said most votes had been counted and it would be unfortunate if the declaration was held up for political reasons.

We are all waiting because this is of interest not only to Zimbabwe say, but to Africa and the world. If I am kind of worried, I don’t want to sound negative, but I happened to have been underground in Kenya. These are the delays that start causing problems in the country.

 

The Iraqi Prime Minister, Nouri Maliki, has welcomed the decision by the Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to order his Mahdi Army militia to stop fighting government troops. He said that it was a step in the right direction. Hundreds of people have been killed in days of fighting which started in Basra before spreading to other southern cities and the capital Baghdad. Crispin Thorold reports.

This appears to be deal that could and should and the worse of the fighting in Iraq. The Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr has called the militiamen for the Mahdi Army of the streets of Basra and all other provinces. In return, he expected the government to stop its illegal and /. The agreement was faced its first test on Monday morning. When the curfew that’s been in place in the capital for four days it lifted in most of the city.

 

The Venezuelan authorities have launched a new operation against drug traffickers by bombing secret airstrips in remote parts of the country close to the Colombian border. From Caracas, James Ingham reports.

Venezuela has been criticized in the past by the United States for failing to take drug trafficking seriously. The vast area of Los / which stretches east from the Colombian border is very flat, making it ideal to ring for traffickers who can easily create in prevised wrong ways. In one state alone, authorities have found 157 landing stripes, the objectives of operation hole is to destroy them all. The authority say the bombing will be backed up by a wideness and social programs aimed at the / communities living in these remote parts of the country.

 

The government of Tanzania has suspended all mining operations in the northern riking of the country where at least 65 miners drown after heavy rain and floods. Rain caused/ in / about 50 kilometers from / to collapse. Six bodies have been recovered and police say there’s little chance of finding anyone alive.

 

This is the world news coming to you from the BBC.

 

The / journalist who’s in slavement and escaped from the / became the subject to an Oscar winning Hollywood movie, “the killing fields”, has died. The death of the journalist, / from / cancer was confirmed by his former colleague, /. Adrian Van Klaveren reports.

/ had worked as an assistant to an American reporter, / before being su/ to the murder / his country in 1975. He survived 4 years of hunger, troucher and back breaking work before escaping and immigrating to the US, where he was reunited /. The reporter’s meanwhile of him the basis of the celebrated film, “the killing fields”. In what many would see as a tragic twist, / survived by some of the top / leader who yet to come to trial.

 

Scientists say they uncovered new genetic clues of how people become acceptable to the most common form of diabetes. The researchers said they found 6 previously unknown genetic variances that caused type 2 diabetes. They said that the discovery provides new opportunities of dealing with body mechanisms that when faulty failed to control blood sugar levels. The World Health Organization estimates that more than 180 million people suffer from diabetes and says the number is likely to double by 2030.

 

The French authority has confirmed that a plane has been sent to French/ in case the l/ decide to release their most profile hostage in /. Mrs/ is believed to be seriously ill. She’s been held by the/ in 2002 when she was campaigning as a candidate for…

 

 

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BBC News with Joe Macintosh

 

After several hours of uncertainty and growing tension in Zimbabwe over the results of presidential and parliamentary elections, officials have announced that the first results will be disclosed in a few hours’ time. Riot police have been patrolling the streets of the capital Harare and residents have been told to stay indoors. Controversy had been growing throughout the country when no results have been announced till more than 24 hours after the polls have closed. The head of the Pan-African Parliamentary Mission Marwick Khumalo said most votes have been counted and it would be unfortunate if the declaration was held up for political reasons.

 

“We are all waiting, because this is of interest not only to Zimbabwe we could say, but to Africa and the world. In fact, I am worried, I don’t want to sound negative, but I happened to have been on the ground in Kenya .These are the delays that start causing problems in a country.”

 

The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has welcomed the decision by the Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr to order his Mahdi Army Militia to stop fighting government troops. He said that it was a step in the right direction. Hundreds of people have been killed in days of fighting which started in Basra before spreading to other southern cities and the capital Baghdad. Chrispin Thorold reports.

 

This appears to be a deal that could and should end the worst of the fighting in the Iraq. The Shiite Cleric Muqtada al-Sadr has called the militiamen from the Mahdi Army off the streets of Basra and all other provinces. In return he expects the government to stop its illegal and haphazard raids. The agreement will face its first test on Monday morning when the curfew, that has been in place in the capital for four days, is lifted in most of the city.

 

The Venezuelan authorities have launched a new operation against drug traffickers by bombing secret airstrips in remote parts of the country close to the Colombian border. From Caracas, James Ingham reports.

Venezuela has been criticized in the past by the United States for failing to take drug trafficking seriously. The vast area of Los Llanos, which stretches east from the Colombian border, is very flat, making it ideal terrain for traffickers who can easily create improvised runways .In one state alone authorities have found 157 landing strips. The objective of operation whole is to destroy them all. The authorities say the bombing will be backed up by awareness and social programmes aimed at the indigenous communities living in this remote parts of the country.

 

The government of Tanzania has suspended all mining operations in the northern region of the country where at least 65 miners drowned after heavy rain and floods. Rain caused gemstone mines in Mirerani about 50 kilometers from Arusha to collapse. Six bodies have been recovered and police say there is little chance of finding anyone alive.

 

This is the world news coming to you from the BBC.


The Cambodian journalist whose enslavement and escape from the Khmer Rouge became the subject of an Oscar-winning Hollywood movie “The Killing Fields” has died. The death of the journalist Dith Pran from pancreatic cancer was confirmed by his former colleague Sydney Schanberg. Endrea Vony reports.

 

Dith Pran had worked as an assistant to an American reporter Sydney Schanberg before being subbed into the murderous tyranny that the Khmer Rouge unleashed on his country in 1975. He survived four years of hunger, torture and back-breaking work before escaping and emigrating to the U.S. where he was reunited with Schanberg. The reporter’s memoir of him formed the basis of the celebrated film “The Killing Fields”. In what many would see as a tragic twist, Dith Pran is survived by some of the top Khmer Rouge leaders who’ve yet to come to trial.

 

Scientists say they have uncovered new genetic clues about how people become susceptible to the most common form of diabetes. The researchers say they have found six previously unknown genetic variants that cause type-2 diabetes. They say the discovery provides new opportunities for dealing with body mechanisms that when faulty failed to control blood sugar levels .the World Health Organization estimates that more than one hundred and eighty million people suffered from diabetes and says the number is likely to double by 2030.

 

The French authorities have confirmed that a plane has been sent to French Guiana in case the left-wing Colombian FARC rebels decide to release their most high-profile hostage Íngrid Betancourt. Miss. Betancourt is believed to be seriously-ill. She has been held by the FARC since 2002 when she was campaigning as a candidate for the Colombian president.
 

 

 

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The authorities say the bombing will be backed up by awareness and social programs aimed at the indigenous communities living in these remote parts of the country. 官方称打击毒品的意识与在偏远地区本土社区的社会事业建设是展开这次行动的主要原因。

 

They say the discovery provides new opportunities for dealing with body mechanisms that when faulty failed to control blood sugar levels. 他们称当人体组织难以控制血糖含量的时候,新发现为医生更好的处理病人身体组织提供更多选择。

 

 

有两句话翻译不是很明确,烦请赐教,感觉词语的搭配翻译无从下手,另外第二句“faulty”那个词也存疑。

 

faulty没错,只不过标点没点好,应该是They say the discovery provides new opportunities for dealing with body mechanisms that, when faulty, failed to control blood sugar levels. 这回应该很清楚啦吧

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BBC News with Joe Macintosh

 

After several hours of uncertainty and growing tension in Zimbabwe over the results of presidential and parliamentary elections, officials have announced that the first results will be disclosed in a few hours’ time. Riot police have been patrolling the streets of the capital Harare and residents have been told to stay indoors. Controversy had been growing throughout the country when no results have been announced in more than 24 hours after the polls have closed. The head of a pan-African Parliamentary Mission Marwick Khumalo said most votes have been counted and it would be unfortunate if the declaration was held up for political reasons.

 

We are all waiting, because this is of interest not only to Zimbabwe per se, but to Africa and the world .In fact, I am worried, I don’t want to sound negative, but I happened to have been on the ground in Kenya .These are the delays that start causing problems in a country.

 

The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has welcomed the decision by the Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr to order his Mahdi Army Militia to stop fighting government troops. He said that it was a step in the right direction .Hundreds of people have been killed in days of fighting which started in Basra before spreading to other southern cities and the capital Baghdad. Chrispin Thorold reports.

 

This appears to be a deal that could and should end the worst of the fighting in Iraq. The Shiite Cleric Muqtada al-Sadr has called the militiamen from the Mahdi Army off the streets of Basra and all other provinces. In return he expects the government to stop its illegal and haphazard raids. The agreement will face its first test on Monday morning when the curfew that has been in place in the capital for four days is lifted in most of the city.

 

The Venezuelan authorities have launched a new operation against drug traffickers by bombing secret airstrips in remote parts of the country close to the Colombian border. From Caracas, James Ingham reports.

Venezuela has been criticized in the past by the United States for failing to take drug trafficking seriously. The vast area of Los Llanos which stretches east from the Colombian border is very flat, making it ideal terrain for traffickers who can easily create improvised runways .In one state alone authorities have found 157 landing strips. The objective of operation whole is to destroy them all. The authorities say the bombing will be backed up by awareness and social programs aimed at the indigenous communities living in these remote parts of the country.

 

The government of Tanzania has suspended all mining operations in the northern region of the country where at least 65 miners drowned after heavy rain and floods. Rain caused gemstone mines in Mirerani, about 50 kilometers from Arusha, to collapse. Six bodies have been recovered and police say there is little chance of finding anyone alive.

 

This is the world news coming to you from the BBC.

 

The Cambodian journalist whose enslavement and escape from the Khmer Rouge became the subject of an Oscar winning Hollywood movie “The Killing Fields” has died. The death of the journalist Dith Pran from pancreatic cancer was confirmed by his former colleague Sydney Schanberg. Endrea Vony reports.

 

Dith Pran had worked as an assistant to an American reporter Sydney Schanberg before being sucked into the murderous tyranny that the Khmer Rouge unleashed on his country in 1975. He survived four years of hunger, torture and back-breaking work before escaping and immigrating to the US where he was reunited with Schanberg. The reporter’s memoir of him formed the basis of the celebrated film “The Killing Fields”. In what many will see as a tragic twist, Dith Pran is survived by some of the top Khmer Rouge leaders who’ve yet to come to trial.

 

Scientists say they have uncovered new genetic clues about how people become susceptible to the most common form of diabetes. The researchers say they have found six previously unknown genetic variants that cause type-2 diabetes. They say the discovery provides new opportunities for dealing with body mechanisms that, when faulty, failed to control blood sugar levels. The World Health Organization estimates that more than one hundred and eighty million people suffered from diabetes and says the number is likely to double by 2030.

 

The French authorities have confirmed that a plane has been sent to French Guiana in case the left wing Colombian FARC rebels decide to release their most high-profile hostage Ingrid Betancourt. Ms. Betancourt is believed to be seriously ill. She has been held by the FARC since 2002 when she was campaigning as a candidate for the Colombian president.

 

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