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BBC News with Mary Small A court in the western African state of Equatorial Guinea has sentenced the former British army officer Simon Mann to 34 years in prison for his involvement in a plot to overthrow the government. Mr. Mann had admitted guilt but argued he was not the main conspirator. During his trial, he implied that the plot had received tacit approval from South Africa and Spain, the former colonial power. Will Ross reports. Simon Mann showed little emotion as the judge gave his ruling. Although he can appeal for a shorter sentence, the former British soldier's best hope is for a pardon from the very person he tried to overthrow, the President of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Obiang Nguema. It was somewhat surprising that the sentence was even longer than the prosecution had called for, at 34 years and four months. Simon Mann had hoped for leniency after helping the prosecutor do his job by providing documents relating to the bungled coup. The former hostage held by Colombian rebels for six years, Ingrid Betancourt, says she won’t rule out standing for president again. But Ms. Betancourt, who was kidnapped by the Farc while campaigning for the presidency, told the BBC she may find other ways to serve her country. Earlier, she urged Colombians including President Alvaro Uribe to tone down what she called the rhetoric against the rebels who kidnapped her. "I think we have reached a point where we must change this radical, extremist vocabulary of hate of very strong words that intimately wound the human being." A new report on the use of biofuel says their introduction should be slowed because of the possible impact on food prices and the environment. The report says that without proper controls, biofuel production should contribute to higher food prices. The British Transport Secretary, Ruth Kelly, said the production could also have a negative impact on the environment. "There is a risk that the uncontrolled expansion and use of biofuels could lead to unsustainable changes in land use, such as the destruction of the rainforest to make / way for the production of crops. This might, in turn, actually increase green gas emissions as well as contributing to higher food prices and shortages. A head of World Bank, Robert Zoellick, told G8 leaders meeting in Japan that governments should cut subsidies for biofuels that resulted in less food being grown. The UN Security Council has strongly condemned the suicide car bombing outside the Indian embassy in the Afghan capital Kabul, which killed 41 people and wounded nearly 150. Interior Ministry in Kabul said the attack had been coordinated with, what he called, an active intelligent service in the region, a reference, correspondent say, to Pakistan. India's military attache and another senior diplomat and two other Indian nationals were among those killed in the morning rush hour explosion. You are listening to World News from the BBC. A series of explosions have injured more than 20 people in the streets of the southern Pakistani city of Karachi. Police say at least five small blasts went off within about an hour of each other. The security forces had been on high alert following a suicide bombing in Islamabad a day earlier that killed 18 people. But a police chief said that the primary aim of the low-intensity Karachi blasts had appeared to be too so fierce. A senior British security official has told the BBC that there are very strong indications that the poisoning in London two years ago, the former Russian intelligence officer, Alexander Litvinenko, was a state action. A fierce critic of Vladimir Putin, Mr. Litvinenko died after exposure to radioactive polonium. Britain has accused another former KGB agent, Andrei Lugovoi, of carrying out the poisoning. The Serbian parliament has approved the coalition government that has made joining the European Union a priority. The Prime Minister, Mirko Cvetkovic, said he wanted Serbia to join the EU by the end of the government's mandate. He said becoming a member of the block would enable Serbia to become a fully-fledged member of the international community. Police in Iraq say they foiled an attempt to smuggle out of the country vintage and classic cars formerly belonging to one of Saddam Hussein's sons. The five cars including two Rolls Royces were once the property of Odai Hussein and are said to have been looted from his residence after the American-led invasion five years ago. Andrew Bolton reports. Police say the cars were discovered concealed in an orchard in the Dora neighborhood of Baghdad. They had apparently been hidden there for years. The police say they were told of the plot to smuggle the cars out of the country in a tip-off and three people were arrested. Odai Hussein and his brother Qusai were killed in a gun battle with American troops in 2003. Both men were known for their brutality. Odai in particular was infamous in addition for his playboy life style. BBC News.

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BBC News with Mary Small.

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The former hostage held by Colombian / for six years / said she won’t rule out standing for president again. But Ms B/, who was kidnapped by the f/ while campaigning for the presidency told the BBC, she may find other ways to serve her country. Earlier she urged Colombians including President Alvaro Uribe to turn down what she called the / against the / who kidnapped her.

I think we have reached a point where we must change this radically extreme vocabulary of hate, a very strong word that intimately wound the human being.

 

A new report on use of bio-fuels says their introduction (?) should be slowed because of the possible impact on food prices and the environment. And the report says that without proper controls, bio-fuel production should contribute to higher food prices. The British transport secretary, Ruth Kelly said the production could also have a negative impact on the environment.

There is a risk that the uncontrolled expansion and use of bio-fuels could lead to unsustainable changes in land use, such as the destruction of the rain forest to make way for the production of crops, this might in turn actually increase greenhouse gas emissions as well as contributing to higher food prices and shortages.

We heard of the World Bank / told GA leaders meeting in Japan, that government should cut subsidies for bio-fuels that resulted in less food being grown.

 

The UN Security Council has strongly condemned the suicide car bombing outside the Indian Embassy in the Afghan capital, Kabul, which killed one people and wounded nearly 150. The interior ministry in Kabul said the attack had been coordinated with what is called an active intelligence service in the region and reference correspondence to Pakistan.

Indian’s military, / and other senior diplomat / to other Indian nationals were among those killed in the morning R/ explosion.(?)

 

You’re listening to World News from the BBC.

 

A serious of explosion has injured more than 20people in the street of southern Pakistani city of Karachi. Police say at least 5 small blasts went off within about one hour of each other. The security forces have been on high alert following a suicide bombing in Islamabad a day earlier that killed 18people. But a police troop said that the primary aim of the low intensity Karachi blasts had appeared to be d/.

 

A senior British security official has told the BBC that there are very strong indications that the poisoning in London two years ago, the former Russian Intelligence officer Alexander Litvinenko, was a state action. / Putin, Mr Litvinenko died after explosion to radioactive Polonium. Britain has accused another former KGB agent / of carrying out the poisoning.

 

The Serbia Parliament has approved a coalition government that it may join in the European Union a priority. The Prime Minister, Mirko Cvetkovic, said he wanted Serbia to join the EU by the end of the government’s mandate. He said becoming a member of the block would enable Serbia to become a fully / of the international community.

 

Police in Iraq said they / an attempt to smuggle out the country, / and classic cars formerly belonging to one of S/ sons. The five cars including two Ross Roisses were once the property of W/ and said to her been lotted from his resident / American/ five years ago. Andrew / reports.

Police said the cars were discovered concealed in an / and / neighborhood of Bagdad. They’d apparently been hidden there for years. The police said they were told the plots to smuggle the cars out of the country in a tip-off. And three people were arrested, / and his brother / were killed in a gun battle / in 2003. Both men were known for their brutality, / in particular were / addition for his playboy lifestyle.

 

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BBC news with Mary Small.

 

The court in the West African state of Equatorial Guinea has sentenced a former British army officer Simon Mann to 34 years in prison for his involvement in a plot to overthrow the government. Mr. Mann admitted guilt, but argued that he was not the main conspirator. During his trial, he implied that the plot received tacit approval from South Africa and Spain, the former colonial power. Will Ross reports.

 

Simon Mann showed little emotion, as the judge gave his ruling. Although he can appeal for a shorter sentence, the former British soldier’s best hope is for a pardon from the very person he tried to overthrow, the president of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Obiang Nguema. It was somewhat surprising that the sentence was even longer than the prosecution it called for, at 34 years and 4 months. Simon Mann had hoped for leniency, after helping the prosecutor do his job, by providing documents related to the bungled coup

 

 

The former hostage held by the Columbian rival group for six years, Ingrid Betancourt said she won’t rule out standing for president again. But Ms Betancourt, who was caught by the FARC while campaigning for presidency, told the BBC she may find other ways to serve her country. Earlier she urged Columbians including President Alvaro Uribe to tone down, what she called, the rhetoric against the rebels who kidnapped her.

 

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 I think we have reached a point where we must change this radically extreme vocabulary of hate, very strong words that intimately wound human being.

 

A new report on the use of biofuels says that introduction should be slowed because of the possible impact of food prices and the environment. The report says that without proper controls, biofuel productions should contribute to higher food prices. The British transport secretary Ruth Kelly said the production could also have a negative impact on the environment.

 

 

There’s risk for the uncontrolled expansion and use of biofuels could lead to unsustainable changes in land use, such as the destruction of the rainforest, to make way for the production of crops. This might in turn actually increase green house gap emissions as well as to contribute to higher food prices and shortages.

 

 

The head of the World Bank Robert Zoellick told G8 leaders meeting in Japan that governments should cut subsidies for biofuels that resulted in less food being grown.

 

 

 

The UN Security Council has strongly condemned the suicide car bombing outside the Indian embassy in the Afghan capital Kabul, which killed 41people and have wounded nearly 150. The Interior Ministry in Kabul said the attack had been coordinated with what it called “an active intelligence service in the region, a reference correspondence, say, to Pakistan.

 

Indian’s military attach, another senior diplomat and two other Indian nationals were among those killed in the morning rush hour explosion.

 

You are listening to world News from the BBC.

 

 

A serious of explosions has injured more than 20 people in the streets of southern Pakistani city of Karachi. Police say at least 5 small blasts went out about an hour of each other. The security forces have been on high alert following a suicide bombing in Islamabad a day earlier, that have killed 18 people. But a police chief say the primary aim of the low intensity Karachi blasts had appeared to be to sow fear.

 

 

A senior British security official has told BBC that there are very strong indications that the poisoning in London two years ago of the former Russian intelligence officer Alexander Litvinenko was a state action. A fierce critic of Vladimir Putin, Mr. Litvinenko died after exposure to radioactive Polonium. Britain has accused another former KGB agent Andrei Lugovoi of carrying out the poisoning .

 

 

The Serbian Parliament has approved a coalition government that has made joining the European Union a priority. The Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic said he wanted Serbia to join EU at the end of the government’s mandate. He said becoming a member of the block will enable Serbia to become a fully fledged member of the international community.

 

 

Police in Iraq say they foiled an attempt to smuggle out of the country vintage and classic formerly belonging to one of Saddam Hussein’s sons. The five cars, including two Rolls Royces were once the property of Uday Hussein and are said to have been looted from his residence after the America led invasion five years ago. Andrew Bolton reports.

 

Police say the cars were discovered concealed in an orchard in the Dora neighborhood of Baghdad. They had apparently been hidden there for years. The police say they were told of the plot to smuggle the cars out of the country in a tip-off and three people were arrested. Uday Hussein and his brother Qusay were killed in the gun battle with American troops in 2003. Both men were known for their brutality. Uday in particular was infamous in addition for his playboy life style.

 

 

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BBC News with Mary Small:

 

The court in the Western African state of Equatorial Guinea has sentenced the former British army officer, Simon Man, to 34 years in prison for his involvement in the plot of overthrow the government. Mr. Man had admitted guilt but he argued he was not the main conspirator. During his trial, he applied the / tacit approval of South Africa and Spain, the former colonial power. Will Ross reports:

 

Simon Man showed a little emotion as the judge gave his ruling. Although he can appeal for a shorter sentence, the former British soldier’s best hope is for a pardon from the very person he tried to overthrow, the President of Equatorial Guinea, Jedoro Obinaguima. It was someone’s surprising that the sentence was even longer than the prosecution had coded for, at 34 years and 6 months. Simon Man had hoped for leniency after helping the prosecutors do his job by providing documents relating to the Bangut Cool.

 

The former hostage held by Colombian rebels for 6 years Ingrid Betancourt said she won’t be full understanding for president again, but Ms. Betancourt, who was kidnapped by the FARC on campaigning for the presidency, told the BBC she may find other ways to serve her country. Earlier, she urged Colombians including President Alvaro Uribe to turn down what she called the / against the rebels who kidnapped her.

 

I think we have reached the point where we must change the radical extremes for a kind of hate, of very strong words that intimately wound human being.

 

A new report on the use of biofuel said the introduction should be slowed because of the possible impact on food prices and the environment. Report says without proper controls, biofuel productions should contribute to higher food prices. The British Transport Secretary, Ruth Kelly, says the production could also have a negative impact on the environment.

 

There’s a risk that an uncontrolled expansion and use of biofuels, critically of unsustainable changes in land use, such as the destruction of the rainforest, to make way for the production of cross. This might in turn actually increase screen / gas emissions as well as contributing to higher food prices and shortages.

 

Head of the World / / G8 leaders meeting in Japan that government should cut subsidies for biofuels that result in less food being grown.

 

The UN Security Council has strongly condemned the suicide car bombing outside the Indian Embassy in the Afghan capital Kabul, which killed 41 people and wounded nearly 150. Interior Ministry in Kabul said the attack had beed coordinated with, what he called, an Active Intelligence Service in this region, a reference correspondent say, to Pakistan. India’s ministry Atshi and other senior diplomats to other Indian nationals were among those killed in the morning rushhour explosion.

 

You are listening to World News from the BBC.

 

A series of explosions had injured more than 20 people industries in the Southern Pakistani city of Karachi. Police say at least five small glass went off, with a / hour of each other. The security forces had been on high-alert following a suicide bombing in Islamabad a day earlier, that killed 18 people, but the police chife said they primary aimed at the low intensity of Karachi / had appeared to be Sofia.

 

A senior British security official has told the BBC that there are very strong indications that the poisoning in London two years ago of the former Russian intelligence officer Alexander Litvenienko was a state action. After the critics on Vladimir Putin, Mr. Litvenienko died after exposure to radioactive Polonium. Britain has accused another former KGB agent Andrei Ludoboy of carrying out the poisoning.

 

The Serbian Paliament has approved a coalition government that has made joining the European Union a priority. The Prime Minister Michael Sviyetvichi said he wanted the Serbia to join the EU by the end of the government’s mandate. He said becoming a member of the block would enable Serbia become the fully-fetch member of the international community.

 

Police in Iraq say they foil the attempt to smuggle out of the country, vintage and plastic cars are belonging to Saddam Hussein’s sons. Five cars, including two Rolls Royces, were once the property of Udai Hussein, as he said, has been looted the residence since America’s invasion 5 years ago. Andrew North reports:

 

Police say the cars were discovered concealed in an orchid in the door of neighborhood in Baghdad, They are apparently been hidden there for years. The police say they were told the plot to smuggle the cars out of the country at the /, and three people were arrested. Udai Hussein and his brother Kusai, were killed in a gun battle / by Americans in 2003. Both men were known for their brutality. Udai is particularly famous for his playboy life style.

 

BBC News.

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The Serbian Parliament has approved a coalition government that has made joining the European Union a priority. The Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic said he wanted Serbia to join the EU by the end of the government's mandate. He said becoming a member of the bloc would enable Serbia to become a fully-fledged member of the international community.

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BBC News with Mary Shell.

 

The court in the West Africa state of // has sentenced the former British army officer Simon Man to 35 years in prison for his involvement in a plot (密谋) to overthrow the government. Mr. Man has committed guilt but argued that he is not the main conspirator. During the trail he implied the plot received tacit from and South Africa and Spain, the former colonial power. // reports.

 

Simon Man showed little emotion as the judge gave his ruling. Although he can appeal for a shorter sentence, the former British soldier’s best hope is for a pardon from the very person he tried to overthrow, the president of //, //. It’s somewhat surprising that the sentence was even longer than the prosecution had called for, a thirty four year and four month. Simon Man had hoped for leniency (宽大处理) after helping the prosecutor do it’s job by providing documents relating to the bungled coup.

 

The former hostage // held by Columbia rebels for more than six year, said she won’t rule out (排除可能) standing for president again. But // who were kidnapped when campaigning for presidency told BBC that she may find other ways to serve her country. Earlier she urged Columbians including president // to tone down what she called rhetoric (雄辩言辞) against the rebels who kidnapped her.

 

I think we have all reached the point where we must change this radical, extremist vocabulary of hate of very strong words that intimately wounds human being.

 

A new report on the use of bio-fuel says their introduction should be slowed because impossible impact on food prices and the environment. The report says that without proper controls, bio-fuel production could contribute to higher food prices. The British Transport Secretary // says the production could also has negative impact on environment.

 

There’s a risk that the uncontrolled expansion and use of bio-fuels cold lead to unsustainable changes in land use. Such as the destruction of the rain forests to make the way for the production of crops. This might in return actually increase green house emissions as well as contributing to higher food prices and shortages. The head of the World Bank // told G8 leaders meeting in Japan that governments should cut subsidies for bio-fuel that resulted in less food being grown.

 

The United Nation Council has strongly condemned the car bomb outside Indian embassy in Afghanistan which killed 17 people and wounded nearly a hundred and fifty. The interior minister // said the attack had been coordinated with what he called an active intelligence service in the region, a reference correspondent say, to Pakistan. Indian military attaché (陆军武官) another senior diplomat and two other Indian nationals were among the killed in the morning rush hour explosion.

 

 

 

 

 

You are listening to world news form the BBC.

 

A series of explosions has injured more than twenty people in the street of southern Pakistan city //. Police say at least five small blasts went off within about an hour of each other. The security forces have been in high alert following a suicide bomb in Islamic the day earlier that killed eighteen people. But a police too said that the primary aim of the low intensity // blast had appeared to be sow fear.

 

A British security official had told the BBC that there are very strong indications that the poisoning in London two years ago, the former Russian intelligence officer //, was a state action. A fierce critic of Pukin, Mr. // had dead after exposure to radioactive polonium. Britain has accused former KGB agent // of carrying out the poisoning.

 

The // parliament has approved the coalition government (联合政府) that has made joining EU a priority. The prime minister // said he want // to join EU by the government’s mandate. He said becoming a member of the block would make // to became a fully-fledged member of the international community.

 

Police in // said that they had foiled attempts to smug out of county vintage and classic cars formally belonged to Hussein’s sons. The five cars, including two Rolls-Royces, were once the property of // and said to be looted (抢劫) from his residence after the American-led invasion five years ago. Andrew Boats reports.

 

Police say the cars were discovered concealed in orchard in the // neighborhood near //. They apparently being hidden there for years. The police say they were told the plot to smuggle the cars out of the country in a tip-off (暗示) and three people were arrested. // and his brother were killed in a gun battle in 2003. Both man were known for their brutality (惨无人道). // was infamous in addition for his playboy style.

 

BBC News.

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