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BBC News with John Jason.

The United Nations Security Council has failed to pass a resolution imposing sanctions on the Zimbabwean government. The proposal was vetoed by Russia and China. The two countries said the Security Council would be overstepping its authority by passing the resolution as Zimbabwe did not threaten international stability. The British Foreign Secretary, David Miliband, said the position of China and Russia was incomprehensible.

From the UN in New York, Andy Gallagher

For the British and Americans this is a major blow. The Russians and Chinese use their vetoes to stop the resolution from going any further. It had been thought that the Chinese so close to the Olympics wouldn't use their veto. The British ambassador said that the Security Council had failed in its duty. The resolutions put forward would have placed an arms embargo on Zimbabwe, a travel ban on Robert Mugabe and 13 of its top officials and a seizing of assets.

Sudan's ambassador to the UN has warned there'll be disastrous consequences if the International Criminal Court in The Hague issues an arrest warrant for President Omar al-Bashir for war crimes committed in Darfur. In an interview with the BBC, the Ambassador, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem Mohamad, called the ICC Chief Prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo a criminal and warned that such a move would affect peace and security in Darfur.

If these reports are true this would constitute a very serious development, a criminal move that we strongly condemn, and we condemn it because of its very negative implications, not only on the peace and security in Darfur, but on the entire country.

President Bush and senior American finance officials have taken steps to reassure investors after shares in two of the country's biggest mortgage providers fell by almost half. The president said his top officials were working very hard on the problem facing the two institutions, the Federal National Mortgage Association, Fannie Mae, and the Federal Home Loans Mortgage Corporation, Freddie Mac.

Jack Izzard sent this report from Washington.

Between them, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, own or guarantee around half of America's mortgage debt. Wall Street was only partly reassured by the US Treasury's tepid pledge of support. Christopher Dodd, who chairs the Senate's Banking Committee, suggested they should be bailed out by the Federal Reserve. Given their vast size, the government may be left with no choice but to step in.

The FARC rebels in Colombia say they were betrayed by their own men in the dramatic army rescue of the former presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt, and 14 other hostages from the jungle last week. In its first communique since the operation, the FARC accused two of its commanders of betraying their revolutionary principles by allowing their prisoners to get away. The two guerrilla leaders were detained by troops disguised as aid workers who landed by helicopter to free the hostages. The FARC said it was still ready to negotiate the release of other hostages.

World News from the BBC.

The Presidents of Colombia and Venezuela, Alvaro Uribe and Hugo Chavez, said they want to promote closer ties after months of political tension. Speaking at the end of a one-day meeting in Venezuela, Mr. Chavez said that a new era of cooperation was dawning. Mr. Uribe said he was optimistic that the two countries could now move beyond their disagreements and focus instead on vital economic issues.

Politicians in Lebanon have finally agreed on a government of national unity after a long period of political paralysis, which took the country to the brink of a civil war. Under the deal, the Western-backed parties who control parliament will hold a majority of seats in cabinet. The Hezbollah and its allies, who are backed by Syria and Iran, will have enough seats to be able to veto major decisions. The Lebanese Prime Minister, Fouad Siniora, said it was important that people trust the political system.

The national unity government should be a government for all of Lebanon, and I believe that one of the many missions of this new government should be to regain the trust of the Lebanese in the political system and democratic constitutions and civil society.

Israeli police say they are investigating new allegations of corruption against the Prime Minister, Ehud Olmert. They say he's suspected of having made duplicate claims for travel expenses from different organizations and to have used the extra money for personal use. The alleged fraud took place when Mr. Olmert served as Israeli Trade Minister, and before that as Mayor of Jerusalem. He has consistently denied all wrongdoing and then said that he'll resign if he's indicted.

International donors have pledged about 1.9 billion dollars to help build up Kosovo which declared itself independent in the face of opposition from Serbia earlier this year. The pledges were made at a one-day conference in Brussels organized by the European Union. Two thirds of the promised aid is to come from EU countries.

BBC News.

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BBC News with John Jason;

The United Nations Security Council has failed to pass a resolution imposing sanctions on // Zimbabwean government. The proposal was vetoed by Russia and China. The two countries said the Security Council would be overstepping its authority by passing the resolution as Zimbabwe did not threaten international stability. The British Foreign Secretary, David Miliband, said the position of China and Russia was incomprehensible.

From the UN in New York, Andy Gallagher;

For the British and Americans this is a major blow; the Russians and Chinese use their vetoes to stop the resolution from going any further. It had been thought that the Chinese so close to the Olympics would not use their veto. The British ambassador said the Security Council had failed in its duty. The resolution's put-forward would place an arms embargo on Zimbabwe, a travel ban on Robert Mugabe and 13 of its top officials and a seizing of assets.

Sudan's ambassador to the UN has warned that there'll be disastrous consequences if the international criminal court in The Hague issues an arrest warrant for President Omar al-Bashir for war crimes committed in Darfur. In an interview with the BBC, the Ambassador, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem Mohamad, called the ICC Chief Prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo and warned such a move would affect peace and security in Darfur.

If these reports are true this would constitute a very serious development, a criminal move that we strongly condemn,and we condemn it because of its very negative implications, not only on the peace and security in Darfur, but the entire country.

President Bush and senior Americans finance officials are taking steps to reassure investors after shares in two of the country's biggest mortgage providers fell by almost half. The president said his top officials were working very hard of the problem facing the two institutions, the Federal National Mortgage Association, Fannie Mae, and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, Freddie Mac.

Jackie // sent this report from Washington.

Between them, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, own or guarantee around half of the America's mortgage debt. Wall Street was only partly reassured by the US Treasury's tepid pledge of support. Christopher Dodd, who chairs the Senate Banking Committee, suggests they should be bailed out by the Federal Reserve, given their vast size. The government may be left with no choice but to step in.

The FARC rebels in Colombia say they were betrayed t by their own men in the dramatic arm rescue of the former presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt and 14 other hostages from the jungle last week. In its first communique since the operation, the FARC accused two of its commanders of betraying their revolutionary principles by allowing their prisoners to get away. The two guerilla leaders were detained by troops disguised as aid workers who landed by helicopter to free the hostages. The FARC said it was still ready to negotiate the release of other hostages.

World News from the BBC;

The presidents of Colombia and Venezuela, Alvaro Uribe and Hugo Chavez, said they want to promote closer ties after months of political tension. Speaking at the end of one-day meeting in Venezuela, Mr. Chavez said a new era of cooperation was dawning. Mr. Uribe said he was optimistic that the two countries could now move beyond their disagreements and focus instead on vital economic issues.

Politicians in Lebanon have finally agreed on a government of national unity after a long period of political paralysis, which took the country to the brink of civil war. And the deal the Western-backed who controlled parliament will hold a majority of seats in cabinet. The Hezbollah and its allies were backed Syria and Iran will have enough seats to be able to veto major decisions. The Lebanese Prime Minister, Fouad Siniora, said it was important that people trust the political system.

The national unity government should be a government for all of Lebanon, and I believe that one of the many missions of this new government should be to regain the trust of the Lebanese in the political system and democratic constitutions and civil society.

Israeli police say they are investigating new allegations of corruption against the Prime Minister, Ehud Olmert, they say he's suspected of having made // different organizations and to use the extra money for personal use.

The alleged fraud took place when Mr. Olmert served as Israeli trade minister and before that as a mayor of Jerusalem, he's consistedly denied all wrong doing and that said he'll resign if he's indicted.

International donors have pledged about 1.9 billion dollars to help build up Kosovo which declared itself independent in face of opposition from Serbia earlier this year. The pledges were made at a one-day conference in Brussels organized by the European Union. Two thirds of the promised aid is to come form EU countries.

BBC News.


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BBC News with John Jason. 1 United Nation's Security Council has failed to pass a resolution imposing sanctions on Zimbabwen government. The proposal was vetoed by Russia and China. The two countries said the Security Coucil would be overstepping its authority by passing the resolution as Zimbawe did not threaten international stability. The British Foreign Minister David Miliband said the position of China and Russia was incomprehensible. From UN of New York, Andy Garlica. For the British and America this is a major blow that Russians and Chinese just used their vetos to stop the resolution from going any furthur. It has been thought that Chinese, so close to the Olympics, wouldn't use their veto. The British Ambassador said that the UN Security Council had failed its duty. The resolution's put-forward would have placed an arms embargo on Zimbabwe. A travel ban on Robert Mugabe and 13 of his top officials (his henchmen) and a ceasing of asset. 吉大外院07级我的学生们啊,你知道我在等你吗?也许你真的不在乎? [ 本帖最后由 Alexanderctv 于 2008-7-12 10:11 编辑 ]
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BBC News with John Jason.

 

The United Nation's Security Council has failed to pass a resolution imposing sanctions on the Zimbabwean government. The propose was vetoed by Russia and China. The two countries said the Security Council would be overstepping its authority by passing the resolution as Zimbabwe did not threaten International stability. The British Foreign Secretary, David Miliband, said the position of China and Russia was incomprehensible. From the UN in New York, Andy Gallagher.

 

But to British and Americans this is a major blow that Russians and Chinese using their vetos to stop the resolutions from going any further. It had been thought that the Chinese, so close to the Olympics, wouldn't use their veto. The British Ambassador said that the Security Council had failed in its duty. The resolutions put forward would have placed an arms embargo in Zimbabwe, a trouble by the 13 of his top officials and a seizing of assets.

 

Sudan's ambassodor to the UN has warned there would be disasterous consequences if the International Criminal Court issues on the rest warrant for president, Omar al-Bashir, for war crimes committed in Darfur. In an interview with the BBC, the ambassodor, Abdelhaleem Abdelmahmoud, called the ICC chief prosector, Luis Moreno... such a move would affect peace and security in Darfur.

 

"If these reports are true, this would constitute a very serious development, a criminal move that we strongly condemn. And we condemn it because of its very negative implications, not only on the peace and security in Darfur, but on the entire country. "

 

President Bush and senior American finance officials have taken steps to reasure investors after sheds onto the country's biggest mortgage providers fell by almost a half. The president said his top officials were working very hard of the problems facing the two institutions, the Federal National Mortgage Association,Fannie Mae, and the Federal Home Loans Mortgage Coorpration, Freddie Mac. Jack Izzard sent the / to Washiongton.

 

Between them, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, own all guarantee around half of the America's mortgage debt. Wall Street was only partly reassured by the US Treasury's tepic pledge of support. Christopher Dodd, who chairs the Senate's Banking Committee, suggested they should be bailed out by the Federal Reserve. Given their vast size, the government may be left with no choice but to step in.
 

The FARC rebels in Colombia said they were betrayed by their own men in the dramatic arm rescue of the former presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt and 14 other hostages from the ... last week. In its first communique since the operation, the FARC accused two of its commanders of betraying their revolutionary principles by allowing their prisoners to get away. The two guerilla leaders were detained by troops disguised as aid workers who landed by helicopter to free the hostages. The FARC said it was still ready to negotiate the release of other hostages.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

The presidents of Colombia and Venezuela, Alvaro Uribe and Hugo Chavez, say they want to promote closer ties after months of political tension. Speaking at the end of one-day meeting in Venezuela, Mr. Chavez said that a new era of cooperation was dawning. Mr. Uribe said he was optimistic that the two countries could now move beyond their disagreements and focusing instead on vital economic issues.

 

Politicians in Lebanon have finally agreed on a government of national unity after a long period of political paralysis, which took the country to the brink of civil war. Under the deal the Western-backed parties who control parliament will hold a majority of seats in cabinet. The Hezbollah and its allies were backed by Syria and Iran will have enough seats to be able to veto major decisions. The Lebanese Prime Minister, Fouad Siniora, said it was important that people trust the political system.

 

"The national unity government should be a government for all of Lebanon, and I believe that one of the many missions of this new government should be to regain the trust of the Lebanese in the political system and democratic constitutions and civil society. "

 

Israeli police say they are investigating new allegations of corruption against the Prime Minister, Ehud Olmert, they say he's suspected of having made ... different organizations and to use the extra money for personal use.

 

The alleged fraud took place when Mr. Olmert served as Israeli Trade Minister and before that as a mayor of Jerusalem. He's consistedly denied all wrong doings and that said he'll resign if he's indicted.

International donors have pledged about 1.9 billion dollars to help build up Kosovo, which declared itself independent in face of opposition from Serbia earlier this year. The pledges were made at a one-day conference in Brussels organized by the European Union. Two thirds of the promised aid is to come form EU countries.

 

BBC News. 

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BBC News with John Jason.

 

The United Nations Security Council has failed to pass a resolution imposing sanctions on Zimbabwean government. The proposal was vetoed by Russia and China. The two countries said the Security Council would be overstepping its authority by passing the resolution as Zimbabwe did not threat international stability. The British Foreign Secretary David Miliband said the opposition of China, Russia was incomprehensible. From UN in New York, Andy Gallagher.

 

For the British and American this is a major blow. The Russian and Chinese use their vetoes to stop the resolution from going any further. It had been thought that Chinese so close to the Olympics wouldn’t use their veto. The British Ambassador said that the Security Council had failed in its duty. The resolution’s put for would have placed an arms embargo on Zimbabwe and travel ban on Robert Mugabe and 13 of his top officials, and a seizing of assets.

 

Sudan’s Ambassador to the UN has warned there would be disastrous consequences if the International Criminal Court  // issues an arrest warrant for President Omar al-Bashir for war crimes committed in Darfur. In an interview with BBC, the ambassador, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem Mohamad calls the ICC chief prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo … and warns such a move would affect peace and security in Darfur.

 

“If these reports are true this would constitute a very serious development, a criminal move that we strongly condemn. And we condemn it because of its very negative implications, not only on the peace and security in Darfur, but on the entire country.”

 

President Bush and Senior American financial officials have taken steps to re-ensure investors after shares in two of the country’s biggest mortgage providers fell by almost half. The President said its top officials were working very hard on the problem facing the two institutions, the Federal National Mortgage Association, Fannie Mae and the Federal Home loans Mortgage Corporation, Freddie Mac. Jack Izzard sends this report from Washington.

 

Between them, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, own all guarantee around half of the America’s mortgage debt. Wall Street was only partly reassured by the US treasury’s tapped pledge of support. Christopher Dodd, to chair the Senate Banking Committee suggested they should be bailed out by the Federal Reserve. Given their vast size, the government may be left with no choice but step in.

 

The FARC rebels in Colombia say they were betrayed by their own men in the dramatic arm rescue of the former Presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt and 14 other hostages from …. In its first communicate since the operation, the FARC accuse two of its commanders of betraying their revolutionary principles by allowing their prisoners to get away. The two guerrilla leaders were detained by troops disguised aid workers who landed by helicopter to free the hostages. The FARC said it was still ready to negotiate the release of other hostages.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

The President of Colombia and Venezuela Alvaro Uribe and Hugo Chavez say they want to promote close ties after two months’ political tension. Speaking at the end of one day meeting in Venezuela, Mr. Chavez said that a new area of cooperation was dawning. Mr. Uribe said he was optimistic that the two countries could now move beyond their disagreements and focus instead on vital economic issues.

 

Politicians in Lebanon have finally agreed on a government of national unity after a long period of political paralysis which took the country to the brink of severe war. Under the deal, the Western-backed parties who control parliament will hold the majority of seats in cabinet. But Hezbollah and its allies who are backed by Syria and Iran will have enough seats to be able to veto major decisions. The Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora said it was important that people trust the political system.

 

The national unity government should be a government for all of Lebanon. And I believe one of the many missions of this new government should be to regain the trust of the Lebanese in the political system, and democratic institutions, and civil society.

 

Israeli police say they are investigating new allegations of corruption against the Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. They say he is suspected a heavy mayor duty… different organizations unto use of extra money for personal use. The alleged fraud took place when Mr. Olmert served as Israeli trade minister and before that is a mayor of Jerusalem. He has consistently denied all wrongdoing and said he would resign if he is in doubt.  

 

International donors have pledged about 1.9 billion dollars to help build up Kosovo which declared itself independent in the face of opposition from Serbia earlier this year. The pledges were made at one-day conference in Brussels organized by the European Union. Two thirds of the promised aid is to come from EU countries.

 

BBC News.     

       

 

 

 

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BBC News with John Jason

 

The United Nations Security Council has failed to pass a resolution imposing sanctions on the Zimbabwean government. The proposal was vetoed by Russia and China. The two countries said the Security Council will be overstepping it authority by passing the resolution as Zimbabwe did not threaten the international stability. The British Foreign Secretary David Miliband said the position of China and Russia was "incomprehensible". From the UN in New York, Andy Gallagher.

 

For the British and Americans, this is a major blow. The Russians and Chinese use their vetoes to stop the resolution from going any further. It had been thought that the Chinese so close to the Olympics wouldn't use their veto. The British ambassador said that the Security Council had failed in its duty. The resolution's put forward would place an arms embargo on Zimbabwe and travel by Robert Mugabe and 13 of his top officials and a seizing of assets.

 

Sudan's ambassador to the UN has warned that there will be disastrous consequences, if the International Criminal Court in the Hague issues on an arrest warrant for President Omar al-Bashir for war crimes committed in Darfur. In an interview with the BBC, the ambassador Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem Mohamad called the ICC chief prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo / such a move would affect peace and security in Darfur.

 

"If these reports are true this would constitute a very serious development, a criminal move that we strongly condemn. And we condemn it, because of its very negative implications not only on peace and security in Darfur, but also the entire country."

 

President Bush and senior American financial officials have taken steps to reassure investors after shares in two of the country's biggest mortgage providers fell by almost half. The president says that top officials are working very hard on the problems facing the two institutions, the Federal National Mortgage Association, Fannie Mae and the Federal Homeloans Mortgage Corporation, Freddie Mac. Jack   Izzard sends this report from Washington.

 

Between them, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, own or guarantee around half of America's mortgage debt. Wall Street was only partly reassured by the US Treasury's typed pledge of support. Christopher Dodd, who chairs the Senate's Banking Committee, suggested they should be billed out by the Federal Reserve. Given their vast size, the government may be left with no choice, but to step in.

 

The FARC rebels in Colombia say they were betrayed by their own men in the dramatic army rescue of the former presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt and 14 other hostages /. In its first communique since operation, the FARC accused two of its commanders of betraying their revolutionary principles by allying their prisoners to get away. The two guerilla leaders were detained by troops disguised as aid workers who landed by helicopter to free the hostages. The FARC said it was still ready to negotiate the release of other hostages.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

The Presidents of Colombia and Venezuela, Alvaro Uribe and Hugo Chavez, said they want to promote closer ties after a month of political tension. Speaking at the end of a one-day meeting in Venezuela, Mr.Chavez said that a new era of co-operation was dawning. Mr. Uribe said he was optimistic that the two countries can now move beyond their disagreements and focus instead of vital economic issues.

 

Politicians in Lebanon have finally agreed on a government of national unity after a long period of political paralysis, which took the country to the brink of civil war. Under the deal, the Western-backed parties which control parliament will hold the majority of seats in cabinet. But Hezbollah and its allies, who were backed by Syria and Iran, would have enough seats to be able to veto major decisions. The Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora said it was important that people trust the political system.

 

"The national unity government should be a government for all of Lebanon. And I believe that one of the many missions of this new government should be to regain the trust of the Lebanese in the political system and democratic constitutions and civil society."

 

Israeli police say they are investigating new allegations of corruption against the Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. They say he suspected of having made / with different organizations and to use the extra money for personal use. The alleged fraud took place when Mr. Olmert served as Israeli Trade Minister and before that he is mayor of Jerusalem. He's consistently denied all wrongdoing and said that he will resign if he is indicted.

 

International donors have pledged about 1.9 billion dollars to help build up Kosovo, which declared itself independent in the face of opposition from Serbia earlier this year. The pledges were made at a one-day conference in Brussels organized by the European Union. 2/3 of promised aid is to come from EU countries.

 

BBC News.

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BBC News with John Jason;

The United Nations Security Council has failed to pass a resolution imposing sanctions on
the
Zimbabwean government. The proposal was vetoed by Russia and China. The two countries said the Security Council would be overstepping its authority by passing the resolution as Zimbabwe did not threaten international stability. The British Foreign Secretary, David Miliband, said the position of China and Russia was incomprehensible.

From the UN in New York, Andy Gallagher

For the British and Americans this is a major blow; the Russians and Chinese use their vetoes to stop the resolution from going any further. It had been thought that the Chinese so close to the Olympics would not use their veto. The British ambassador said the Security Council had failed in its duty. The resolution's put-forward would place an arms embargo on Zimbabwe, a travel ban on Robert Mugabe and 13 of its top officials and a seizing of assets.

Sudan's ambassador to the UN has warned that there'll be disastrous consequences if the international criminal court in
the Hague issues an arrest warrant for President Omar al-Bashir for war crimes committed in Darfur. In an interview with the BBC, the Ambassador, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem Mohamad, called the ICC Chief Prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo and warned
such a move would affect peace and security in Darfur.

If these reports are true this would constitute a very serious development, a criminal move that we strongly condemn, and we condemn it because of its very negative implications, not only on the peace and security in Darfur, but the entire country.

President Bush and senior Americans finance officials are taking steps to reassure investors after shares in two of the country's biggest mortgage providers fell by almost half. The president said his top officials were working very hard of the problem facing the two institutions, the Federal National Mortgage Association, Fannie Mae, and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, Freddie Mac.

Jack Izzard sends
this report from Washington.

Between them, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, own or guarantee around half of the America's mortgage debt. Wall Street was only partly reassured by the US Treasury's tepid pledge of support. Christopher Dodd, who chairs the Senate Banking Committee, suggests they should be bailed out by the Federal Reserve, given their vast size. The government may be left with no choice but to step in.

The FARC rebels in Colombia say they were betrayed by their own men in the dramatic arm rescue of the former presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt and 14 other hostages from the jungle last week. In its first communique since the operation, the FARC accused two of its commanders of betraying their revolutionary principles by allowing their prisoners to get away. The two guerilla leaders were detained by troops disguised as aid workers who landed by helicopter to free the hostages. The FARC said it was still ready to negotiate the release of other hostages.

World News from the BBC;

The presidents of Colombia and Venezuela, Alvaro Uribe and Hugo Chavez, said they want to promote closer ties after months of political tension. Speaking at the end of
a
one-day meeting in Venezuela, Mr. Chavez said that a new era of cooperation was dawning. Mr. Uribe said he was optimistic that the two countries could now move beyond their disagreements and focusing instead on vital economic issues.

Politicians in Lebanon have finally agreed on a government of national unity after a long period of political paralysis, which took the country to the brink of civil war.
Under the deal, the Western-backed parties who controlled parliament will hold a majority of seats in cabinet. But Hezbollah and its allies, who
were backed Syria and Iran, will have enough seats to be able to veto major decisions. The Lebanese Prime Minister, Fouad Siniora, said it was important that people trust the political system.

The national unity government should be a government for all of Lebanon, and I believe that one of the many missions of this new government should be to regain the trust of the Lebanese in the political system and democratic constitutions and civil society.

Israeli police say they are investigating new allegations of corruption against the Prime Minister, Ehud Olmert, they say he's suspected of having made // different organizations and to use the extra money for personal use.

The alleged fraud took place when Mr. Olmert served as Israeli trade minister and before that as a mayor of Jerusalem, he's
consistently denied all wrongdoing
and that said he'll resign if he's indicted.

International donors have pledged about 1.9 billion dollars to help build up Kosovo which declared itself independent in face of opposition from Serbia earlier this year. The pledges were made at a one-day conference in Brussels organized by the European Union. Two thirds of the promised aid is to come form EU countries.

BBC News.

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Today, we continue telling about America's forty-second president, Bill Clinton He became only the second American president to be charged and tried for wrongdoing by Congress.

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BBC News with John Jason;

The United Nations Security Council has failed to pass a resolution imposing sanctions on the Zimbabwean government. The proposal was vetoed by Russia and China. The two countries said the Security Council would be overstepping its authority by passing the resolution as Zimbabwe did not threaten international stability. The British Foreign Secretary, David Miliband, said the position of China and Russia was incomprehensible.

From the UN in New York, Andy Gallagher

For the British and Americans this is a major blow; the Russians and Chinese use their vetoes to stop the resolution from going any further. It had been thought that the Chinese so close to the Olympics would not use their veto. The British ambassador said the Security Council had failed in its duty. The resolutions put forward would place an arms embargo on Zimbabwe, a travel ban on Robert Mugabe and 13 of its top officials and a seizing of assets.

Sudan's ambassador to the UN has warned / there'll be disastrous consequences if the International Criminal Court in the Hague issues an arrest warrant for President Omar al-Bashir for war crimes committed in Darfur. In an interview with the BBC, the Ambassador, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem Mohamad, called the ICC Chief Prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo and warned such a move would affect peace and security in Darfur.

If these reports are true this would constitute a very serious development, a criminal move that we strongly condemn, and we condemn it because of its very negative implications, not only on the peace and security in Darfur, but the entire country.

President Bush and senior Americans finance officials have taken steps to reassure investors after shares in two of the country's biggest mortgage providers fell by almost half. The president said his top officials were working very hard on the problem facing the two institutions, the Federal National Mortgage Association, Fannie Mae, and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, Freddie Mac.

Jack Izzard sent this report from Washington.

Between them, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, own or guarantee around half of the America's mortgage debt. Wall Street was only partly reassured by the US Treasury's tepid pledge of support. Christopher Dodd, who chairs the Senate Banking Committee, suggests they should be bailed out by the Federal Reserve, given their vast size. The government may be left with no choice but to step in.

The FARC rebels in Colombia say they were betrayed by their own men in the dramatic arm rescue of the former presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt and 14 other hostages from the jungle last week. In its first communiqué since the operation, the FARC accused two of its commanders of betraying their revolutionary principles by allowing their prisoners to get away. The two guerilla leaders were detained by troops disguised as aid workers who landed by helicopter to free the hostages. The FARC said it was still ready to negotiate the release of other hostages.

World News from the BBC;

The presidents of Colombia and Venezuela, Alvaro Uribe and Hugo Chavez, said they want to promote closer ties after months of political tension. Speaking at the end of a one-day meeting in Venezuela, Mr. Chavez said that a new era of cooperation was dawning. Mr. Uribe said he was optimistic that the two countries could now move beyond their disagreements and focuse instead on vital economic issues.

Politicians in Lebanon have finally agreed on a government of national unity after a long period of political paralysis, which took the country to the brink of civil war. Under the deal, the Western-backed party who controlled parliament will hold a majority of seats in cabinet. The Hezbollah and its allies, who were backed Syria and Iran, will have enough seats to be able to veto major decisions. The Lebanese Prime Minister, Fouad Siniora, said it was important that people trust the political system.

The national unity government should be a government for all of Lebanon, and I believe that one of the many missions of this new government should be to regain the trust of the Lebanese in the political system and democratic constitutions and civil society.

Israeli police say they are investigating new allegations of corruption against the Prime Minister, Ehud Olmert, they say he's suspected of having made duplicated claims for travel expenses from different organizations and to use the extra money for personal use.

The alleged fraud took place when Mr. Olmert served as Israeli Trade Minister and before that as Mayor of Jerusalem, he's consistently denied all wrongdoing and that said he'll resign if he's indicted.

International donors have pledged about 1.9 billion dollars to help build up Kosovo which declared itself independent in face of opposition from Serbia earlier this year. The pledges were made at a one-day conference in Brussels organized by the European Union. Two thirds of the promised aid is to come form EU countries.

BBC News.

 

 

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Homework .. has finally been recovered ten years after being stolen. First the World News; BBC News with John Jason; The United Nations Security Council has failed to pass a resolution imposing sanctions on // Zimbabwean government. The proposal was vetoed by Russia and China. The two countries said the Security Council would be overstepping its authority by passing the resolution as Zimbabwe did not threaten international stability. The British Foreign Secretary, David Miliband, said the position of China and Russia was incomprehensible. From the UN in New York, Andy Gallagher; For the British and Americans this is a major blow; the Russians and Chinese use their vetoes to stop the resolution from going any further. It had been thought that the Chinese so close to the Olympics would not use their veto. The British ambassador said the Security Council had failed in its duty. The resolution's put-forward would place an arms embargo on Zimbabwe, a travel ban on Robert Mugabe and 13 of its top officials and a seizing of assets. Sudan's ambassador to the UN has warned that there'll be disastrous consequences if the international criminal court in The Hague issues an arrest warrant for President Omar al-Bashir for war crimes committed in Darfur. In an interview with the BBC, the Ambassador, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem Mohamad, called the ICC Chief Prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo and warned such a move would affect peace and security in Darfur. If these reports are true this would constitute a very serious development, a criminal move that we strongly condemn,and we condemn it because of its very negative implications, not only on the peace and security in Darfur, but the entire country. President Bush and senior Americans finance officials are taking steps to reassure investors after shares in two of the country's biggest mortgage providers fell by almost half. The president said his top officials were working very hard of the problem facing the two institutions, the Federal National Mortgage Association, Fannie Mae, and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, Freddie Mac. Jackie // sent this report from Washington. Between them, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, own or guarantee around half of the America's mortgage debt. Wall Street was only partly reassured by the US Treasury's tepid pledge of support. Christopher Dodd, who chairs the Senate Banking Committee, suggests they should be bailed out by the Federal Reserve, given their vast size. The government may be left with no choice but to step in. The FARC rebels in Colombia say they were betrayed t by their own men in the dramatic arm rescue of the former presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt and 14 other hostages from the jungle last week. In its first communique since the operation, the FARC accused two of its commanders of betraying their revolutionary principles by allowing their prisoners to get away. The two guerilla leaders were detained by troops disguised as aid workers who landed by helicopter to free the hostages. The FARC said it was still ready to negotiate the release of other hostages. World News from the BBC; The presidents of Colombia and Venezuela, Alvaro Uribe and Hugo Chavez, said they want to promote closer ties after months of political tension. Speaking at the end of one-day meeting in Venezuela, Mr. Chavez said a new era of cooperation was dawning. Mr. Uribe said he was optimistic that the two countries could now move beyond their disagreements and focus instead on vital economic issues. Politicians in Lebanon have finally agreed on a government of national unity after a long period of political paralysis, which took the country to the brink of civil war. And the deal the Western-backed who controlled parliament will hold a majority of seats in cabinet. The Hezbollah and its allies were backed Syria and Iran will have enough seats to be able to veto major decisions. The Lebanese Prime Minister, Fouad Siniora, said it was important that people trust the political system. The national unity government should be a government for all of Lebanon, and I believe that one of the many missions of this new government should be to regain the trust of the Lebanese in the political system and democratic constitutions and civil society. Israeli police say they are investigating new allegations of corruption against the Prime Minister, Ehud Olmert, they say he's suspected of having made // different organizations and to use the extra money for personal use. The alleged fraud took place when Mr. Olmert served as Israeli trade minister and before that as a mayor of Jerusalem, he's consistedly denied all wrong doing and that said he'll resign if he's indicted. International donors have pledged about 1.9 billion dollars to help build up Kosovo which declared itself independent in face of opposition from Serbia earlier this year. The pledges were made at a one-day conference in Brussels organized by the European Union. Two thirds of the promised aid is to come form EU countries. BBC News.
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BBC News with John Jason.

The United Nations Security Council has failed to pass a resolution imposing sanctions on the Zimbabwean government. The proposal was vetoed by Russia and China. The two countries said the Security Council would be overstepping its authority by passing the resolution as Zimbabwe did not threaten international stability. The British Foreign Secretary, David Miliband, said the position of China and Russia was incomprehensible.

From the UN in New York, Andy Gallagher

For the British and Americans this is a major blow. The Russians and Chinese use their vetoes to stop the resolution from going any further. It had been thought that the Chinese so close to the Olympics wouldn't use their veto. The British ambassador said that the Security Council had failed in its duty. The resolutions put forward would have placed an arms embargo on Zimbabwe, a travel ban on Robert Mugabe and 13 of its top officials and a seizing of assets.

Sudan's ambassador to the UN has warned there'll be disastrous consequences if the International Criminal Court in the Hague issues an arrest warrant for President Omar al-Bashir for war crimes committed in Darfur. In an interview with the BBC, the Ambassador, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem Mohamad, called the ICC Chief Prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo a criminal and warned that such a move would affect peace and security in Darfur.

If these reports are true this would constitute a very serious development, a criminal move that we strongly condemn, and we condemn it because of its very negative implications, not only on the peace and security in Darfur, but on the entire country.

President Bush and senior American/ finance officials have taken steps to reassure investors after shares in two of the country's biggest mortgage providers fell by almost half. The president said his top officials were working very hard on the problem facing the two institutions, the Federal National Mortgage Association, Fannie Mae, and the Federal Home Loans Mortgage Corporation, Freddie Mac.

Jack Izzard sent this report from Washington.

Between them, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, own or guarantee around half of / America's mortgage debt. Wall Street was only partly reassured by the US Treasury's tepid pledge of support. Christopher Dodd, who chairs the Senate's Banking Committee, suggested they should be bailed out by the Federal Reserve, given their vast size. The government may be left with no choice but to step in.

The FARC rebels in Colombia say they were betrayed by their own men in the dramatic army rescue of the former presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt, and 14 other hostages from the jungle last week. In its first communique since the operation, the FARC accused two of its commanders of betraying their revolutionary principles by allowing their prisoners to get away. The two guerrilla leaders were detained by troops disguised as aid workers who landed by helicopter to free the hostages. The FARC said it was still ready to negotiate the release of other hostages.

World News from the BBC.

The Presidents of Colombia and Venezuela, Alvaro Uribe and Hugo Chavez, said they want to promote closer ties after months of political tension. Speaking at the end of a one-day meeting in Venezuela, Mr. Chavez said that a new era of cooperation was dawning. Mr. Uribe said he was optimistic that the two countries could now move beyond their disagreements and focus instead on vital economic issues.

Politicians in Lebanon have finally agreed on a government of national unity after a long period of political paralysis, which took the country to the brink of a civil war. Under the deal, the Western-backed parties who control/ parliament will hold a majority of seats in cabinet. The Hezbollah and its allies, who areby Syria and Iran, will have enough seats to be able to veto major decisions. The Lebanese Prime Minister, Fouad Siniora, said it was important that people trust the political system.

The national unity government should be a government for all of Lebanon, and I believe that one of the many missions of this new government should be to regain the trust of the Lebanese in the political system and democratic constitutions and civil society.

Israeli police say they are investigating new allegations of corruption against the Prime Minister, Ehud Olmert. They say he was suspected of having made duplicated claims for travel expenses from different organizations and to have used the extra money for personal use. The alleged fraud took place when Mr. Olmert served as Israeli Trade Minister, and before that as Mayor of Jerusalem. He has consistently denied all wrongdoing and then said that he'll resign if he's indicted.

International donors have pledged about 1.9 billion dollars to help build up Kosovo which declared itself independent in the face of opposition from Serbia earlier this year. The pledges were made at a one-day conference in Brussels organized by the European Union. Two thirds of the promised aid is to come from EU countries.

BBC News.


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The United Nations Security Council has failed to pass a resolution imposing sanctions on the Zimbabwean government. The proposal was vetoed by Russia and China. The two countries said the Security Council would be overstepping its authority by passing the resolution as Zimbabwe did not threaten International stability. The British Foreign Secretary, David Miliband, said the position of China and Russia was incomprehensible. From the UN in New York, Andy Gallagher. For the British and Americans this is a major blow ,the Russians and Chinese use their vetos to stop the resolution from going any further. It had been thought that the Chinese so close to the Olympics wouldn't use their veto. The British ambassador said that the Security Council had failed in its duty. The resolutions put forward would have placed an arms embargo on Zimbabwe, a trouble by the rubbers on Magarbe ? and 13 of its top officials and a seizing of assets. Sudan's ambassodor to the UN has warned there would be disastrous consequences if the International Criminal Court in the // issues on the rest warrant for president Omar al-Bashir for war crimes committed in Darfur. In an interview with the BBC, the ambassodor, Abdelhaleem Abdelmahmoud, called the ICC chief prosector, Luis Moreno // such a move would affect peace and security in Darfur. "If these reports are through, this would constitute a very serious development, a criminal move that we strongly condemn. And we condemn it because of its very negative implications, not only on the peace and security in Darfur, but on the Africa. " President Bush and senior American finance officials have taken steps to reasure investors after shares in two of the country's biggest mortgage providers fell by almost a half. The president said his top officials were working very hard on the problems facing the two institutions, the Federal National Mortgage Association,Fannie Mae, and the Federal Home Loans Mortgage Coorpration, Freddie Mac. Jack Izzard sent the report from Washiongton. Between them, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, own all guarantee around half of the America's mortgage debt. Wall Street was only partly reassured by the US Treasury's tepic pledge of support. Christopher Dodd, who chairs the Senate Banking Committee, suggests they should be bailed out by the Federal Reserve. Given their vast size, the government may be left with no choice but to step in. The FARC rebels in Colombia say they were betrayed by their own men in the dramatic arm rescue of the former presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt and 14 other hostages from the ... last week. In its first communique since the operation, the FARC accused two of its commanders of betraying their revolutionary principles by allowing their prisoners to get away. The two guerilla leaders were detained by troops disguised as aid workers who landed by helicopter to free the hostages. The FARC said it was still ready to negotiate the release of other hostages. World News from the BBC. The presidents of Colombia and Venezuela, Alvaro Uribe and Hugo Chavez, said they want to promote closer ties after months of political tension. Speaking at the end of one-day meeting in Venezuela, Mr. Chavez said that a new era of cooperation was dawning. Mr. Uribe said he was optimistic that the two countries could now move beyond their disagreements and focuse instead on vital economic issues. Politicians in Lebanon have finally agreed on a government of national unity after a long period of political paralysis, which took the country to the brink of civil war. Under the deal the Western-backed parties who control parliament will hold a majority of seats in cabinet. The Hezbollah and its allies who were backed by Syria and Iran will have enough seats to be able to veto major decisions. The Lebanese Prime Minister, Fouad Siniora, said it was important that people trust the political system. "The national unity government should be a government for all of Lebanon, and I believe that one of the many missions of this new government should be to regain the trust of the Lebanese in the political system and democratic constitutions and civil society. " Israeli police say they are investigating new allegations of corruption against the Prime Minister, Ehud Olmert, they say he's suspected of having made ?????? different organizations and to use the extra money for personal use. The alleged fraud took place when Mr. Olmert served as Israeli Trade Minister and before that as a mayor of Jerusalem. He's consistedly denied all wrong doings and that said he'll resign if he's indicted. International donors have pledged about 1.9 billion dollars to help build up Kosovo, which declared itself independent in face of opposition from Serbia earlier this year. The pledges were made at a one-day conference in Brussels organized by the European Union. Two thirds of the promised aid is to come form EU countries 老师,我来晚啦,对不起哈,FLS-JLU 长春
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First, the world news.

 

BBC news with John Jason.

 

 The United Nation security councilors failed to pass revolution in persin sanctions on Zimbabwe government. The prefers was vetoed by Russia and China. The 2 countries said the security council would be overstepping it’s authority by passing the resolution. As Zimbabwe did not threaten international stability.

 

The British foreign secretary David Miliband said the position of China, Russia was “incomprehensible”. From the UN in New York, AG.

 

 For the British and Americans this is a major blow. The Russians and Chinese use their vetoes just to stop the resolution from going any further. It had been for the Chinese so close the Olympics wouldn’t use their veto. The British ambassador said the security council had failed in its duty. The resolutions put forward would place the arms embargo on Zimbabwe. The trouble by Robert Mugabe and 13 of his top officials and seizing of assets.

 

Sudan’s ambassador to the UN has warned there would be disastrous consequences if the International Criminal Court in the **. Issues on the arrest warrant the president Omar al-Bashir for war crunch committed in Darfur. In the interview with the BBC, the ambassador Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem Mohamad coolly ICC chief prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo that such a move would affect peace of security in Darfur.

 

If this evolve had through, this would gonna very serious development, the claiming of the move, that can be thoroughly condemned. And we because of it’s very very implications, not only on their peace of security in Darfur but all their count.

 

President Bush senior American Financial Officials is taking steps to reinsure investors of shares in 2 of the country’s biggest mortgage providers failed by almost half. The president said the top official is working very hard on the problem that facing the 2 institutions. The federal national mortgage association Fannie Mae and federal home loans mortgage corporation Freddie Mac. Jack ** from the official in Washington.

 

Between the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac own all guarantee around half of the America’s mortgage debt. Wall Street was only partly reassured by the US Treasury’s tepid pledges of support. Christ adored the chair of the senate banking committee suggested they should be bailed out by the federal reserve, giving their vast size , the government maybe left with no choice but to step in.

 

The Farc rebels in Columbia say they will betray bother Oman on the dramatic army rescue the former presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt and 14 other hostages from the guerrilla. In it’s first communicates since the operation. The Farc 2 of its commanders betraying revolutionary principles by 9 prisoners to get away. The 2 guerrilla leaders was attained by troops disguise aide workers to ** by helicopters to free the hostages. The Fox said it was still rarely to negotiate the release of other hostages.

 

 World news from the BBC.

 

The presidents of Columbia and Venezuela Avaro Uribe and Hugo Charvez say they want to promote closer ties after months of political tension. Speaking at the end of the one-day meeting in Venezuela, Mr Charvez said the new era of cooperation was dawning. Mr Uribe Said it was optimistic of the 2 countries ** beyond their disagreements and focusing ** on vital economical issues.

 

 Politicians elaborated finally agreed on the Government of National Unity long period of political paralysis. The country the brink of civil war. Under the deal the western back parties control parliament would hold majority of seizing cabinet but has ** Syria and Iran would have enough seats to be able to veto major decisions. The Lebanese prime minister Fouad Siniora said it was important that people trust the political system. The National Unity government should be a government for all of Lebanon . And I believe one of the many missions of this new government should be to regain the trust of the Lebanese in the political system and democratic institutions and civil society.

 

Israeli police says they are investigating new allegations of corruption against the prime minister almet. They say he suspected Hanimay different organizations. And extra money for personal use. The lege 4 took place in miss Ormer served the Israeli trave minister and before that was a mayor of them was to. His conses denied all wrong doing and says he resign if indicted.

 

International donors have pledged about 1.9 billion dollars to help build up Kosovo which declared itself independent at the face of opposition from Serbia earlier this year. The pledges were made at the one-day conference in Brussels, organize brother European Union. 2 thirds of the promised date is to come from EU countries.

 

BBC news.

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Politicians in Lebanon have finally agreed on a government of national unity after a long period of political paralysis, which took the country to the brink of a civil war. Under the deal, the Western-backed parties who control  parliament will hold a majority of seats in cabinet. The Hezbollah and its allies, who are backed by Syria and Iran, will have enough seats to be able to veto major decisions. The Lebanese Prime Minister, Fouad Siniora, said it was important that people trust the political system.

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russian and china, the two country said the security counsil will be oversteping the authority by passing the resolution, and the zimbuwen did not threaten the international stability. the british foreign secretery david taliba said the postion of china and russian was incomprehesible. from the UN in new york, andy galic.

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suda's embassdor to the UN has warned there would be  disaster consqueces if the internation criminal court in the hega,
issuing arrest warrant for the presient omabrasi for war crimis committed in daful.in the interview with BBC, the embassdar xxx,
call the icc chief prosecutor /// such a move would affect peace and  security in daful.


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throughtly condemn, and we condemn it, because all of it    not only in the peace security in the daful and in other country.


president bush and senior american finance officer has taken steps to reassure the investor after shares in the two of the country's morgage proveder fell by almost half. the president said the top officers have working very hard on the problem facing the two institutions. the federal national morgage association, falimay and federal homeloan's morgage corpration ,fradmark. jackman send the report from washton.

 

Between them, falimay and fredmark own all grantee around half of the american's morgage data.
all three were only part of //  by the US treasures // support,// bank commitee should be beared out by the federal reserves giving the vast size ,the government may be left with no choice, but stepping.

 

the farc rebel in colombia said they betrayed by the own man in the dramatical army rescue the former presidentcy candidate ingrid pataco and 14 other hostages // in the first communicate since the operation , the farc accused two of its commander betray the revolution principals by leting the prisoners the get  away. the two guerrila leader were attained by troop disguises aid workers who landed by helicopter to free the hostages. the farc said there would still ready to negotiate to the release of the other hostages.


bbc news.

the presidents of colombia and venesvra ,  ovaro liba and and wugo chavies, said they want to promote close tie after month of political tension.  speaking at the end of the one day meeting in venesvra, mr charives said the new era of corporation was doing, mr liba said they were optimistic of the two country could now move beyond the disagreement, and force in set on vital ecomonic issue.

 

politician in lebanien finally agreed on the government national unity after long period of politic paralysis.
which took the country to the breaking of civil war, under the deal , the west bank party  control the parliament and hold the majority in the // cabinet , but the balan ally of the back by // iran, will have other seat to be able to veto the major decisions. the llebanien's prime minister , xxx, said it was important people trust the political system.


the national unity government should be a government of all lebanine, and i believe one of the many mission of this new
gorverment should be regained the trust of the lebinians in the political systems and democratic institutions and civil society.


iserel police said the investigation new allegation of currption againest prime minister ahold ama, they said he suspected to have ///, and differnet oganizations, and he use extra money for personal use. the alleged fraud took place when misoma serve as the trade minister and before that as mayor of jevewslen. he consistly deny all the wrong-doing ,and set his reseign in the ///,

international donor has pledged by 1.9 billion dollar to help build kosova, which declared its self-indepdent in the fierce oppsiotion from serbia early this year. the pledges were made in the one day conference in brusels, organized by the european union, 2/3 of the promised .. is to come from EU countrys

 

 

 

 

 

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