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This is the BBC in London. First the news in detail.

 

BBC news with Mare and Marshell.

 

The former Columbia presidential candidate has been reunited with her family the day after she was released from 16 years of captivity at the hands of FARC rivals. Mrs. *** and fourteen fellow captives were free by Columbia forces close to the *** border. The Columbia government says it’s the beginning of the end of the FARC. James Inner reports form Bageta.

 

Columbia’s president Chavas says he want the hostage rescue to be a path towards peace. But he remains committed to fighting the guerrillas (游击队员) with force. President Chavas meanwhile says he too yearns for (渴望) a peaceful solution. But he wants the Marxist gorillas to be listened to and to play a role in the political future of the country. *** has herself has thanked president Chavas and *** president *** for their mediation. But she’s told them they must respect Columbia diplomacy. Columbia’s elected *** and not the FARC she said.

 

From Columbia *** is expected to fly to France where she grew up, studied and raised her two children with the French media covering her release virtually non-stop, *** is expected to receive a lavish (大方的) welcome.

 

Regular direct charter flights (包机) between mainland China and Taiwan are starting today, the first of such service in more than 15 years. The flights will connect Beijing and four other major Chinese cities with Taiwan which has been preparing for major influx of tourist that could stimulate its economy. Carela Clark reports from Taiwan.

 

The non-stop direct flights have been seen as another historic step in relation between the two sides. A total of 60 flights will be launched this weekend connecting five major cities in China to six airports in Taiwan. More than 600 Chinese tourists will be traveling to Taiwan on week long package trips. Now been given the red carpet treatment, their numbers are expected to rapidly increase since Beijing has says that it will allow up to 3000 tourists a day to visit Taiwan from July 18.

 

After a hearing lasting more than six hours, Turkey’s highest court has said it will rule as soon as possible in the case aimed at closing down the country’s governing party. The BBC correspondent in Ankor says the verdict (陪审团的裁决) is not expected before August on whether the AK party which has its roots in political Islamic should be disbanded (解散) and dozens of its members banned from politics. The prosecutor (原告) said that the AK leaders want to impose Islamic laws on Turkey, but AK officials denied this.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

World news from the BBC.

 

Encopcopidia says it troops have killed at least 71 Islamist insurgents (叛乱) in fighting in central Samalion this week. In a written statement on its military operation in Samarian, the Encopo administrator of defense says among the dead there are several leaders of the union of Islamic courts and the Shabab militia (民兵). It didn’t mention how many Encopidia were killed.

 

Zanbia has denied reports that its president has died in hospital in France when he was receive treatment after a stroke. The vice president *** says ***’s condition was stable. Earlier a South Africa radio station reported Mr. *** was dead according to Zanbia officials. President *** was rushed to hospital on Monday after being taken ill (be taken ill 生病) at the Africa summit in Egypt and was latter flown to Paris.

 

A judge in the United States has ordered the internet search company Google to hand over the details of every video that every user has watched on its subsidiary Youtube. The order was part of a copyright case brought by US media giant viacom. Rory Café Jones reports.

 

Viacom accuses Youtube of Google of infringing its copyright by allowing users to post material from its programs. Now judge in the United States has ordered Good to hand over all its records. That includes details of every video that has been watched by any of Youtube’s millions of users around the world plus their logging details for the site. Privacy campaigners have attacked the ruling, arguing that it threats to expose deeply private information of viewing habits of Youtube users.

 

At least five people were drowned in Savinia after their kayak (皮船) broke up and they were sucked under water into a hydroelectric dam. Eight other people are still missing. Rescue workers think the boat sank after hitting the partially built dam on the *** river. A member of parliament of a major city nearby is reported among the missing.

 

BBC news.

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