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BBC News with Marian Marshall

 

The American Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has said that the current turmoil in the world's financial markets will ultimately make things better. He was speaking in a rare briefing to reporters at the White House at the end of one of the most turbulent days in recent financial history when share prices across the world tumbled in the wake of the collapse of one of the America's most prestigious investment banks Lehman Brothers. Matthew Price reports from New York.

 

As around the world, so too, in the heart of the global financial system, US stock markets had a terrible day, the Dow Jones fell an estimated 500 points, the worst drop in one day since the Sep.11th attacks in 2001, and no wonder the collapse of Lehman Brothers showed that no company, whatever its history or reputation, is guaranteed to be safe. The troubles that brought about the collapse of Lehman, bad investments in US housing markets, are still concerning other big financial institutions here. And it‘s now clear that the US Treasury will not necessarily step in to save a firm in difficulty.

 

The European Union says there will be no immediate end to its sanctions against Zimbabwe despite the historic power-sharing deal signed in Harare on Monday. In a statement, EU foreign ministers said the measures would continue until the new Zimbabwean government took steps to restore democracy and the rule of law. There was a similar response from the American Assistant Secretary of State for African affairs, Jendayi Frazer. She told the BBC that Washington wanted to work with Zimbabwe provided that a number of conditions were met.

 

America’s help is depended on the demonstration of true commitment by the leadership of Zimbabwe, we will have to give it a chance to operate, to see whether, for instance, Morgan Tsvangirai’s passport is returned, to see whether the Prime Minister actually has some control over the formulation of policies that would lead to the restoration of the economy and of democracy. But surely we would want to immediately move to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Zimbabwe.

 

It has been a third day of clashes in Nigeria's oil-rich Niger Delta region between the army and militants fighting for a greater share of the region's oil wealth. Militants on speedboats attacked facility operated by the Shell Oil Company with explosives, leaving it in flames. The Nigerian military said it repulsed the attack. Shell has evacuated about 100 staff from the vicinity in the Eastern Delta.

 

The International Monetary Fund has approved a loan for Georgia amounting to three quarters of a billion dollars. It’s aimed at rebuilding Georgia's currency reserves and bolstering international confidence in its economy following the conflict with Russia. Correspondents say the money could offset any difficulty Georgia might have in selling products abroad or in attracting foreign investment.

 

This is the latest World News from the BBC.

 

A female suicide bomber in Iraq has killed more than 20 people and wounded about 30 at a gathering of police officers in the northern province of Diyala. The attack happened in the town of Bala Druz in the evening as diners were breaking their Ramadan fast. Mike Sargen reports from Baghdad(also Bagdad).

 

Local sources say a police officer was holding a party to celebrate his release from US detention. All his colleagues were invited to the dinner at his house just behind the police station. A female suicide bomber walked into the party and blew herself up. Suicide bombers have frequently targeted the Iraqi police. Overall there were fewer attacks across the country now but in Diyala province, where this incident took place, the level of violence is still relatively high.

 

The International Atomic Energy Agency says it has been unable to clear up questions about the possible military dimension to Iran's nuclear program. The agency also said Iran was continuing to enrich uranium in defiance of the UN Security Council. Bethany Bell reports from Vienna.

 

A senior United Nations official said the agency had arrived at a gridlock and could not proceed without Iran's cooperation. Iran has said the allegations are based on forged documents and fabricated data. The agency has asked Iran to provide more detailed clarifications and to provide access to documents, individuals and sites. It says it is essential for Iran to show transparency.

 

The authorities in Uzbekistan, one of the world's biggest exporters of cotton, say they banned the use of child  labor in harvesting the crop. The Uzbek government said measures were being introduced to ensure that the ban on child labor, which also applies to other sectors was enforced. Earlier this year Britain's biggest supermarket chain Tesco said it wouldn't use Uzbek cotton in its clothing business because of the use of child labor in its production. The Central Asian country had continued the Soviet-era practice of using school children to help during the cotton harvest.

 

BBC News. 

 

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BBC News with M.

 

The American Treasury Secretary Hanry P had said that the current turmoil in the world's financial markets will ultimately make things better. He was speaking in a rare briefing to reporters at the White House at the end of one of the most turbulent days in recent financial history when share prices across the world tumbled in the wake of the collapse of one of America's most prestigious investment banks Lehman Brothers. M reports from New York.

 

As around the world, so too in the heart of the global financial system, US stock market had a terrible day, the Dow-Jones fell an estimated 500 points, the worst drop in one day since the Sep.11th attack in 2001, and no wonder the collapse of Lehman Brothers showed that no company, whatever its history or reputation, is guaranteed to be safe. The troubles that brought about the collapse of Lehman, bad investments in US housing markets, are still concerning other big financial institutions here. And it is now clear that the US Treasury will not necessarily step in to save a firm in difficulty.

 

The EU says that there will be no immediately end to its sanctions against Zimbabwe dispite the historic power-sharing deal signed in H on Monday. In a statement, EU Foreign Minister said the measures will continue until the new Zimbabwean government took steps to restore democracy and rule of law. There was a similar response from the American Asistant Secretary of State for African affairs Z. he told the BBC that Washington wanted to work with Zimbabwe provided that a number of conditions were met.

 

America itself has depended on the demonstration of true commitment by the leadership of Zimbabwe, we will have to give it a chance to operate, to see whether, for instant, M's passport is returned, to see whether the Prime Minister actually has some control over the formulation of policies that lead to the registration of the economy and democracy. But surely we would want to immediately move to provide humanitarian assistant to the people of Zimbabwe.

 

Has been a third day of clashes in Nigeria's oil-rich Niger delta region between the army and militants fighting for a greater share of the region's oil wealth. Militants on speedboats attacked facility operated by the Shell Oil Company with explosive, leaving it in flames. The Nigerian military said it repassed the attack. Shell has evacuated about 100 staff from the facility in the eastern delta.

 

The International Monetary Fund has approved a loan for Georgia amounting to three quarters of a billion dollars. It aimed rebuilding Georgia's current reserves and boostering international confidence in its economy following the conflict with Russia. Correspondents say the money could offset any difficulty Georgia might have in selling product abroad or attracting foreign investment.

 

this is the latest world news from the bbc.

 

A female suicide bomber in Iraq has killed more than 20 people and wounded about 30 at the gathering of police officers in the northern province of D. The attack happened in the town of B in the evening as diners were breaking their / fast. Mike S reports from Bagdad.

 

Local sources said a police officers was holding a party to celebrate his release from US detention, all his colleagues were invited to the dinner at his house just behind the police station. A female suicide bomber walked into the party and blew herself up. Suicide bombers have frequently targeted the Iraq police. Overall there were fewer attacks across the country now but in D province, where this incident took place, the level of violence is still relatively high.

 

The International Atomic Agency says it has been unable to clear up questions about the possible military dimension to Iran's nuclear program. The agency also said Iran was continuing to enrich Uranian in defiance of the UN Security Council. B reports from /.

 

A senior United Nations official said the agency had arrived a gridlock and could not proceed without Iran's cooperation. Iran has said the allegations are based on forged documents and fabricated data. The agency has asked Iran to provide more detailed clarifications and to provide access to documents, individuals and sites. It says it is essential for Iran to show transparency.

 

The authorities in N, one of the world's biggest exporters of cotton, say they banned the use of child-labor in harvesting the crop. The / government said measures were being introduced to ensure that the ban on child labor which also applies to other sectors was enforced. Eariler this year Britain's biggest supermarket chain Tesco said it wouldn't use / cotton in its clothing business because the use of child labor in its production. The central Asian country had continued the / practice of using school childern to help during the cotton harvest.

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BBC News with M.

 

The American Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson had said that the current turmoil in the world's financial markets will ultimately make things better. He was speaking in a rare briefing to reporters at the White House at the end of one of the most turbulent days in recent financial history when share prices across the world tumbled in the wake of the collapse of one of America's most prestigious investment banks Lehman Brothers. M reports from New York.

 

As around the world, so too in the heart of the global financial system, US stock market had a terrible day, the Dow-Jones fell an estimated 500 points, the worst drop in one day since the Sep.11th attack in 2001, and no wonder the collapse of Lehman Brothers showed that no company, whatever its history or reputation, is guaranteed to be safe. The troubles that brought about the collapse of Lehman, bad investments in US housing markets, are still concerning other big financial institutions here. And it ‘s now clear that the US Treasury will not necessarily step in to save a firm in difficulty.

 

The European Union says that there will be no immediately end to its sanctions against Zimbabwe dispite the historic power-sharing deal signed in Harare on Monday. In a statement, EU Foreign Minister said the measures will continue until the new Zimbabwean government took steps to restore democracy and rule of law. There was a similar response from the American Asistant Secretary of State for African affairs Z. He told the BBC that Washington wanted to work with Zimbabwe provided that a number of conditions were met.

 

America itself has depended on the demonstration of true commitment by the leadership of Zimbabwe, we will have to give it a chance to operate, to see whether, for instance, Morgan Tsvangirai’s passport is returned, to see whether the Prime Minister actually has some control over the formulation of policies that will lead to the registration of the economy and democracy. But surely we would want to immediately move to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Zimbabwe.

 

Has been a third day of clashes in Nigeria's oil-rich Niger delta region between the army and militants fighting for a greater share of the region's oil wealth. Militants on speedboats attacked facility operated by the Shell Oil Company with explosives, leaving it in flames. The Nigerian military said it repassed the attack. Shell has evacuated about 100 staff from the facility in the eastern delta.

 

The International Monetary Fund has approved a loan for Georgia amounting to three quarters of a billion dollars. It aimed rebuilding Georgia's current reserves and boostering international confidence in its economy following the conflict with Russia. Correspondent  say the money could offset any difficulty Georgia might have in selling products abroad or attracting foreign investment.

 

This is the latest world news from the bbc.

 

A female suicide bomber in Iraq has killed more than 20 people and wounded about 30 at the gathering of police officers in the northern province of Diyala. The attack happened in the town of Bala Druz  in the evening as diners were breaking their Ramadan fast. Mike S reports from Bagdad.

 

Local sources said a police officer was holding a party to celebrate his release from US detention, all his colleagues were invited to the dinner at his house just behind the police station. A female suicide bomber walked into the party and blew herself up. Suicide bombers have frequently targeted the Iraq police. Overall there were fewer attacks across the country now but in Diyala province, where this incident took place, the level of violence is still relatively high.

 

The International Atomic Agency says it has been unable to clear up questions about the possible military dimension to Iran's nuclear program. The agency also said Iran was continuing to enrich Uranian in defiance of the UN Security Council. B reports from /.

 

A senior United Nations official said the agency had arrived a gridlock and could not proceed without Iran's cooperation. Iran has said the allegations are based on forged documents and fabricated data. The agency has asked Iran to provide more detailed clarifications and to provide access to documents, individuals and sites. It says it is essential for Iran to show transparency.

 

The authorities in Uzbekistan, one of the world's biggest exporters of cotton, say they banned the use of child-labor in harvesting the crop. The Uzbekistan government said measures were being introduced to ensure that the ban on child labor which also applies to other sectors was enforced. Eariler this year Britain's biggest supermarket chain Tesco said it wouldn't use Uzbekistan cotton in its clothing business ecause the use of child labor in its production. The central Asian country had continued the soverity practice of using school childern to help during the cotton harvest.

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BBC news with Marry Marshall

The America Treasury Sectary Henry Polson has said the current turmoil in the world’s financial markets will ultimately make things better. He were speaking in word briefing to reporters at the White House at one of the most turbulent days in recent financial history when share prices across the world tumbled in the wake of claps of one of the American’s most prestige’s investment bank Leamenth Brothers. Marshall P. reports from New York.

As around the world so two in the heart of the global financial system, US state market had a terrible day. The Donjons fell an estimated 500 points, the worst drop in one day since the attacks in Sep. 11th, 2001. And no wander, the claps of Leamenth Brothers showed that no company whatever its history or reputation, its guarantee to be safe. The troubles that brought about the claps of Leamen, bad investment in the US housing markets are still concerning other big financial institutions here. And it’s now clear that the US’s treasury will not necessarily step in safe a firm in difficulty.

 

The European Union say there will be no immediate end with sanctions against Zimbabwe despite the historic power-sharing deal sighed in Horary on Monday. In a statement, EU foreign Minister says the measures would continue until the news in Zimbabwe government took steps to restore the Democracy and the rule of law. There was a similar response from the America’s assistant sectary of state for African affairs J.F. She told the BBC that Washington wanted to work with Zimbabwe provided that a number of conditions were met. America itself is dependent on the demonstration of true commitment by the leadership of Zimbabwe. We would have to give it a chance to operate to see whether for insistence M*’s passport is return, to see whether the Prime Minister actually has some control over the formulation of policies that will lead to the restoration on the economy and the democracy. But surely we would want to immediately move to provide humilitary assistance to the people of Zimbabwe.

 

As been the third day of clashes in Nigeria’s oil rich Nile Delta regions   

 

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BBC News with Mary Moshal.

 

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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

 

The American Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson had said that the current turmoil in the world's financial markets will ultimately make things better. He was speaking in a rare briefing to reporters at the White House at the end of one of the most turbulent days in recent financial history when share prices across the world tumbled in the wake of the collapse of one of America's most prestigious investment banks Lehman Brothers. Matthew Price reports from New York.

 

As around the world, so too in the heart of the global financial system, US stock market had a terrible day, the Dow-Jones fell an estimated 500 points, the worst drop in one day since the Sep.11th attack in 2001, and no wonder the collapse of Lehman Brothers showed that no company, whatever its history or reputation, is guaranteed to be safe. The troubles that brought about the collapse of Lehman, bad investments in US housing markets, are still concerning other big financial institutions here. And it ‘s now clear that the US Treasury will not necessarily step in to save a firm in difficulty.

 

The European Union says / there will be no immediate end to its sanctions against Zimbabwe dispite the historic power-sharing deal signed in Harare on Monday. In a statement, EU Foreign Minister said the measures will continue until the new Zimbabwean government took steps to restore democracy and rule of law. There was a similar response from the American Asistant Secretary of State for African affairs Jendayi Frazer. She told / BBC that Washington wanted to work with Zimbabwe provided that a number of conditions were met.

 

America itself has depended on the demonstration of true commitment by the leadership of Zimbabwe, we will have to give it a chance to operate, to see whether, for instance, Morgan Tsvangirai’s passport is returned, to see whether the Prime Minister actually has some control over the formulation of policies that will lead to the restauration of the economy and of democracy. But surely we would want to immediately move to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Zimbabwe.

 

Has been a third day of clashes in Nigeria's oil-rich Niger delta region between the army and militants fighting for a greater share of the region's oil wealth. Militants on speedboats attacked facility operated by the Shell Oil Company with explosives, leaving it in flames. The Nigerian military said it repassed the attack. Shell has evacuated about 100 staff from the facility in the eastern delta.

 

The International Monetary Fund has approved a loan for Georgia amounting to three quarters of a billion dollars. It aimed rebuilding Georgia's current reserves and boostering international confidence in its economy following the conflict with Russia. Correspondents  say the money could offset any difficulty Georgia might have in selling products abroad or in attracting foreign investment.

 

This is the latest world news from the BBC.

 

A female suicide bomber in Iraq has killed more than 20 people and wounded about 30 at the gathering of police officers in the northern province of Diyala. The attack happened in the town of Bala Druz  in the evening as diners were breaking their Ramadan fast. Mike Sargen reports from Bagdad.

 

Local sources said a police officer was holding a party to celebrate his release from US detention, all his colleagues were invited to the dinner at his house just behind the police station. A female suicide bomber walked into the party and blew herself up. Suicide bombers have frequently targeted the Iraq police. Overall there were fewer attacks across the country now but in Diyala province, where this incident took place, the level of violence is still relatively high.

 

The International Atomic Agency says it has been unable to clear up questions about the possible military dimension to Iran's nuclear program. The agency also said Iran was continuing to enrich Uranian in defiance of the UN Security Council. Bethany Bell  reports from Vienna.

 

A senior United Nations official said the agency had arrived a gridlock and could not proceed without Iran's cooperation. Iran has said the allegations are based on forged documents and fabricated data. The agency has asked Iran to provide more detailed clarifications and to provide access to documents, individuals and sites. It says it is essential for Iran to show transparency.

 

The authorities in Uzbekistan, one of the world's biggest exporters of cotton, say they banned the use of child-labor in harvesting the crop. The Uzbekistan government said measures were being introduced to ensure that the ban on child labor which also applies to other sectors was enforced. Eariler this year Britain's biggest supermarket chain Tesco said it wouldn't use Uzbekistan cotton in its clothing business because the use of child labor in its production. The central Asian country had continued the soviet of practice of using school childern to help during the cotton harvest.

 

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BBC News with Marian Marshall

 

The American Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson had said that the current turmoil in the world's financial markets will ultimately make things better. He was speaking in a rare briefing to reporters at the White House at the end of one of the most turbulent days in recent financial history when share prices across the world tumbled in the wake of the collapse of one of America's most prestigious investment banks Lehman Brothers. Matthew Price reports from New York.

 

As around the world, so too in the heart of the global financial system, US stock market had a terrible day, the Dow-Jones fell an estimated 500 points, the worst drop in one day since the Sep.11th attack in 2001, and no wonder the collapse of Lehman Brothers showed that no company, whatever its history or reputation, is guaranteed to be safe. The troubles that brought about the collapse of Lehman, bad investments in US housing markets, are still concerning other big financial institutions here. And it‘s now clear that the US Treasury will not necessarily step in to save a firm in difficulty.

 

The European Union says / there will be no immediate end to its sanctions against Zimbabwe despite the historic power-sharing deal signed in Harare on Monday. In a statement, EU Foreign Minister said the measures will continue until the new Zimbabwean government took steps to restore democracy and rule of law. There was a similar response from the American Assistant Secretary of State for African affairs Jendayi Frazer. She told / BBC that Washington wanted to work with Zimbabwe provided that a number of conditions were met.

 

America itself has depended on the demonstration of true commitment by the leadership of Zimbabwe, we will have to give it a chance to operate, to see whether, for instance, Morgan Tsvangirai’s passport is returned, to see whether the Prime Minister actually has some control over the formulation of policies that will lead to the restauration of the economy and of democracy. But surely we would want to immediately move to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Zimbabwe.

 

It has been a third day of clashes in Nigeria's oil-rich Niger delta region between the army and militants fighting for a greater share of the region's oil wealth. Militants on speedboats attacked facility operated by the Shell Oil Company with explosives, leaving it in flames. The Nigerian military said it reposed the attack. Shell has evacuated about 100 staff from the facility in the eastern delta.

 

The International Monetary Fund has approved a loan for Georgia amounting to three quarters of a billion dollars. It aimed rebuilding Georgia's current reserves and bolstering international confidence in its economy following the conflict with Russia. Correspondents say the money could offset any difficulty Georgia might have in selling products abroad or in attracting foreign investment.

 

This is the latest world news from the BBC.

 

A female suicide bomber in Iraq has killed more than 20 people and wounded about 30 at the gathering of police officers in the northern province of Diyala. The attack happened in the town of Bala Druz in the evening as diners were breaking their Ramadan fast. Mike Sargen reports from Bagdad.

 

Local sources said a police officer was holding a party to celebrate his release from US detention. All his colleagues were invited to the dinner at his house just behind the police station. A female suicide bomber walked into the party and blew herself up. Suicide bombers have frequently targeted the Iraq police. Overall there were fewer attacks across the country now but in Diyala province, where this incident took place, the level of violence is still relatively high.

 

The International Atomic Agency says it has been unable to clear up questions about the possible military dimension to Iran's nuclear program. The agency also said Iran was continuing to enrich Iranian in defiance of the UN Security Council. Bethany Bell reports from Vienna.

 

A senior United Nations official said the agency had arrived a gridlock and could not proceed without Iran's cooperation. Iran has said the allegations are based on forged documents and fabricated data. The agency has asked Iran to provide more detailed clarifications and to provide access to documents, individuals and sites. It says it is essential for Iran to show transparency.

 

The authorities in Uzbekistan, one of the world's biggest exporters of cotton, say they banned the use of child-labor in harvesting the crop. The Uzbekistan government said measures were being introduced to ensure that the ban on child labor which also applies to other sectors was enforced. Earlier this year Britain's biggest supermarket chain Tesco said it wouldn't use Uzbekistan cotton in its clothing business because the use of child labor in its production. The central Asian country had continued the severity practice of using school children to help during the cotton harvest.

 

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   The Euro Union said there were  be no immediately end to sanction againest zibabuw despite the historic power sharing deal signed in Harari  on moday. In the statement, EU foreign minister said the measures would continue until the new zibabuw government took steps to restore the democracy and the rules of law. There were similar reponse through the Amerian assitant secretary of the state for African affair, ///, he told BBC that WashingTon wanted to work with zibabuw, provided a number of conditions met.

 

   America's help depend on the demostation of true committment by the leadership of the zibabuw, we will have to give a chance to operate to see whether //  morgan chargarin passport is returned to whether the prime minister actually have some control over the formulation of the policy that will keen to the restoration to the ecomony and democracy. But surely ,we want to immediately move to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of zibabuw.

 

   It has been the third day, clashing in the nigeria' oil rich niger delta region between the army and minitants fighting for a great share of  oil wealth. Militants on //  both attacked the facility operated by the SHELL oil compary with explosives,  leaving it in flame. And nigeria minitary it repass the attack. SHELL has evacuated about hundred stuff from the facility in the eastern delta.

 

  Internations monetary fund has approve loan for Gorgia, amounting to 0.75 billion dollars. It aimed at rebuilding Gogia's currency reserve, and

/// internation confidence in its ecomony following the conflict with Russia. Correspont said the money could offset the any difficulty Gorgia might have in selling product aboard or attacting foreign investment.

 

  A female suicide bomber in Iraq have killed more that 20 people, and wounded about 30 at the gathtering of police officers in the northern province of ///, it has happend in the  /// in the evening, has // breaking the // fast.

 

   local source said police was holding a party to celebrate the release from US detention,  all its colleague were invited to the dinner at its house just behind the police station, a female suicide bomber walking into the party and blow herself up. Suicide bomber has frequently target the Iraq police, overall there is fewer attack across the country now, but the // province with this incidentl took place with level violence is still  relatively high.

 

   The international atomic agency said it's been unable to clear up questionas about possible minitary // to Iran's neuclear programme. The agency also said Iran were continuing to enrich urinian, and defying the UN security counsil.

    a senior UN offcial said the agency had arrived great lock, and could not proceed without Iran's cooperation. Iran said the allegation was baced on forge document and fabricate data. The agency has ousted Iran to provide more detail clarification and to provide access to documents, individuals and sites. It is the essential for Iran to show transparency.

  

   Authorities in ///, one of the world's biggest exporters of cotton, said they banned use of child labor in havesting the crop. The / government said measure' be introdeced to ensure the ban on child labor which also place other sector with enforced. early this year, britain's super market chain ,tesco, said it would not use // cotton in its clothing bussiness, because the use of child labor in its production,  the central asia country had countined //  practice of using school children to help.

  

 

 

 

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BBC news with Maria Marshall. American Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson had said the current turnovers of the world financial markets will ultimately make things better. Bespeaks in the red briefing to report in the White House, at the end of one of the most turbulent day in recent finance history, when share prices across the world tumbled, in a way of collapse of one of the American most = investment banks, Lehman Brothers. M_P_ reports from NY. As around the world so tune in the heart of the global financial system, US stock market has a terrible day. The done-joins fell approximately 500 points, the worst drop in one day since the Sep.11 fly attacks in 2001. And no wonder, the collapse of Lehman Brothers showed no company, whatever its history or reputation is guarantee to be safe. The troubles brought about the collapse of Lehman, bad investment of US housing market are still concerning other big institutions here. ==clearly the US Treasury will not necessary to step in to save the firms from difficulty. 太痛苦了。。先一点吧。。
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BBC News with Marian Marshall

 

The American Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said that the current turmoil of the world's financial markets will ultimately make things better. He was speaking in a rare briefing to reporters at the White House at the end of one of the most turbulent days in recent financial history when share prices across the world tumbled in the wake of the collapse of one of America's most prestigious investment banks Lehman Brothers. Matthew Price reports from New York.

 

As around the world, so too, in the heart of the global financial system, US stock markets had a terrible day, the Dow-Jones fell an estimated 500 points, the worst dropping in one day since the Sep.11th 's attack in 2001, and no wonder the collapse of Lehman Brothers showed that no company, whatever its history or reputation, is guaranteed to be safe. The troubles that brought about the collapse of Lehman, bad investments in US housing markets, are still concerning other big financial institutions here. And it‘s now clear that the US Treasury will not necessarily step in to save a firm in difficulty.

 

The European Union says there will be no immediate end with sanctions against Zimbabwe despite the historic power-sharing deal signed in Harare on Monday. In a statement, EU Foreign Minister said the measures will continue until the new Zimbabwean government took steps to restore democracy and rule of law. There was a similar response from the American Assistant Secretary of State for African affairs Jendayi Frazer. She told the BBC that Washington wanted to work with Zimbabwe provided that a number of conditions were met.

 

America itself has depended on the demonstration of true commitment by the leadership of Zimbabwe, we will have to give it a chance to operate, to see whether, for instance, Morgan Tsvangirai’s passport is returned, to see whether the Prime Minister actually has some control over the formulation of policies that will lead to the restoration of the economy and of democracy. But surely we would want to immediately move to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Zimbabwe.

 

It has been a third day of clashes in Nigeria's oil-rich Niger delta region between the army and militants fighting for a greater share of the region's oil wealth. Militants on speedboats attacked facility operated by the Shell Oil Company with explosives, leaving it in flames. The Nigerian military said it reposed the attack. Shell has evacuated about 100 staff from the facility in the eastern delta.

 

The International Monetary Fund has approved a loan for Georgia amounting to three quarters of a billion dollars. It aimed rebuilding Georgia's currency reserves and bolstering international confidence in its economy following the conflict with Russia. Correspondents say the money could offset any difficulty Georgia might have in selling products abroad or in attracting foreign investment.

 

This is the latest world news from the BBC.

 

A female suicide bomber in Iraq has killed more than 20 people and wounded about 30 at the gathering of police officers in the northern province of Diyala. The attack happened in the town of Bala Druz in the evening as diners were breaking their Ramadan fast. Mike Sargen reports from Bagdad.

 

Local sources say a police officer was holding a party to celebrate his release from US detention. All his colleagues were invited to the dinner at his house just behind the police station. A female suicide bomber walked into the party and blew herself up. Suicide bombers have frequently targeted the Iraq police. Overall there were fewer attacks across the country now but in Diyala province, where this incident took place, the level of violence is still relatively high.

 

The International Atomic Agency says it has been unable to clear up questions about the possible military dimension to Iran's nuclear program. The agency also said Iran was continuing to enrich Iranian in defiance of the UN Security Council. Bethany Bell reports from Vienna.

 

A senior United Nations official said the agency had arrived a gridlock and could not proceed without Iran's cooperation. Iran has said the allegations are based on forged documents and fabricated data. The agency has asked Iran to provide more detailed clarifications and to provide access to documents, individuals and sites. It says it is essential for Iran to show transparency.

 

The authorities in Uzbekistan, one of the world's biggest exporters of cotton, say they banned the use of child-labor in harvesting the crop. The Uzbekistan government said measures were being introduced to ensure that the ban on child labor which also applies to other sectors was enforced. Earlier this year Britain's biggest supermarket chain Tesco said it wouldn't use Uzbekistan cotton in its clothing business because the use of child labor in its production. The central Asian country had continued the severity practice of using school children to help during the cotton harvest.

 

BBC News.

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BBC NEWS with Marian Marshall.

 

The American Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has said the ? at the world's financial markets are ultimately making things better. With speaking in the ? to reporters, the White House at end of one of most ? days in recent financial history, when Shell prices is cross the world ? in the week of the collapse of one of the America's most prodigious investment banks Lehman Brothers. Matthew Price reports from New York.

 

As the round of world so too in the hard of globle financial system, US stock market has a terrible day. The Dow Jones fail ? 500 points. The worst dropping one day since the 911 for attack in 2001. And no wonder the collapse of Lehman Brothers showed no company whatever history or reputation is guarantee to be safe. The troubles brought about the collapse of Lehman, bad investments in US housing markets are still concerning other big financial institutions here. And it's now clear that the US treasure will not necessarily step into save firm in diffecult.

 

The European Union says there will be very immediate tend to sactions against Zimbabwe just by the historic power sharing deal signed in Harare on Monday. In the statement, EU Foreign Minister said the measures will continue until the new Zimbabwe government took steps to restore the democracy and the rule of law. There was a similar response from American Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Jendayi Frazer She told BBC that Washington wanted to work with Zimbabwe provided that a number of conditions were met."America hopes it's depended on the deministration of true committement by leadership above Zimbabwe, we will have to give it a chance to operate to see whether the president Morgan Tsvangirai has reported returned. to see whether the Prime Minister actually has some control over the fomulation of policies that will lead to the restoration of economy and democracy. But surely we would want to immediately move to provide humanitarian assistence to the people of Zimbabwe."

 

It has been the third day of clashes in Algeria's oil rich ? region, between the army and militants fighting for a great share of region's oil raws. Militants on speed boats attacked the facility operated by Shell Oil company with explosives, leaving lighting flames. The Algerian military said it repassed attack. Shell has evacuated about 100 staff from the facility in the eastern ?.

International Monetary Fund has proved the loan to Georgia a mount to 3 quarters of billion dollars. It aimed rebuilding Georgia's ? and boosting international confidence in its economy following the conflict with Russia. Correspondent says the money could off set any diffeculty Georgia might have in selling products abroad, or attracting foreign investment.

This is the lastest world news from the BBC.

 

A female suicide bombing in Iraq has killed more than 20 people and wounded about 30 at gathering of police offices in the north province of D. It had happened in the ? in the evening as ? is breaking ? fast. Michael Sagen reports from Baghdad.

Local sources say police officers is holding a party to celebrate its release from US attention. All his collauges were invited to the dinner at his house just behind the police station. A female suicide bomber walked into the party and blowed herself fast. Suicide bombers is frequent the target of Iraq police overrule there are a few of attacks across the country now but in the other province where the sencetive to place the level of violence is still relatively high.

 

The International Atomic Energy Agency says it has been unable to clear up questions about the possible ministry domination to Iran's nuclear program. The agency also said Iran was continuing to enrich uranium in defense the UN security council. Bethany Bell reports from V.

 

A senior United Nations official said the agency has arrived in great block and could not proceed without Iran's cooperation. Iran has said the allegations are based on forge documents and fabricate data. The agency has also wanted Iran to provide more detail ? and to provide access to documents, individuls and sights. It has too essential for Iran to show transparency.

 

The authorities in north Pakistan, one of world's biggest exporter for cotton, say they baned use of child labor in harvesting the crop. The ? government said measures will be introduced to ensure the ban on child labor which also applys other cities was enforced. Earlier this year, Britain's biggest market chain T. said it would not use those ? cotton in its clothing business because of their use of child labor in its production. The central nation country has continue the ? practice of using school children to help during the cotton harvest.

 

BBC NEWS.

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BBC News Here is Marian and Matial In America Treasury Secretory Henry Posson said the current () of the world finacial markets will automatically make his better, he was speaking in rare biref since report in the White House at one of the most turbulent day in recent financial history when share prices across the world templed in the weak of collapse America's most pristigious investment banks, Livin Brothers ,Matial Prian report from New York. As aroud the world, so to the hard global financial syestem US stock market has a terrible day, the down fell estimated 500 points the worse droping one day since September 11th attack ,2001 and no wonder the collapse of Livin Brothers show no company whatever history or reputation is guaranteed to be safe,the trouble brought about the collapse of Livin, bad investments in US housing markets, are still concerning other big financial institutions here and is now clear that the US treasury will not necessarily step into save a firm in difficulty. The European Union says that there'll be no immediate end to its sanctions against Zimbabwe depite its storing power deal signed its worry on Monday ,in the statement the EU Foreign Minister said the measures will contitue until the new Zimbabwe government took steps to restore democracy and rule of law .There was similiar response from the American Assistant Secretory STATEfrom Africa Jandes Foker she told the BBC the Washinton wanted to work in Zimbabwe provided that number conditions were met. America itself has depended on the demonstration of true commitment by the leadership of Zimbabwe, we will have to give a chance to Zimbabwe to see whether friends return()to see whether the Prime Minister acctually has some control over the fomulation of the policy that will lead the restoration to the economy of the Zimbabwe. But surely we would want to immediately move to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Zimbabwe. It has been a third day of clashes in Nigeria's oil-rich Niger delta region between the army and militants fighting for a greater share of the region's oil wealth. Militants on speedboats attacked facility operated by the Shell Oil Company with explosives, leaving it in flames. The Nigerian military said it reposed to the attack. Shell has evacuated about 100 staff from the facility in the eastern delta. (it's too hard)
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BBC News with Marian Marshall

 

The American Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has said that the current turmoil in the world's financial markets will ultimately make things better. He was speaking in a rare briefing to reporters at the White House at the end of one of the most turbulent days in recent financial history when share prices across the world tumbled in the wake of the collapse of one of America's most prestigious investment banks Lehman Brothers. Matthew Price reports from New York.

 

As around the world, so too, in the heart of the global financial system, US stock markets had a terrible day, the Dow-Jones fell an estimated 500 points, the worst dropping in one day since the Sep.11th’s attack in 2001, and no wonder the collapse of Lehman Brothers showed that no company, whatever its history or reputation, is guaranteed to be safe. The troubles that brought about the collapse of Lehman, bad investments in US housing markets, are still concerning other big financial institutions here. And it‘s now clear that the US Treasury will not necessarily step in to save a firm in difficulty.

 

The European Union says there will be no immediate end to its sanctions against Zimbabwe despite the historic power-sharing deal signed in Harare on Monday. In a statement, EU Foreign Ministers said the measures would continue until the new Zimbabwean government took steps to restore democracy and the rule of law. There was a similar response from the American Assistant Secretary of State for African affairs, Jendayi Frazer. She told the BBC that Washington wanted to work with Zimbabwe provided that a number of conditions were met.

 

America itself is dependent on the demonstration of true commitment by the leadership of Zimbabwe, we will have to give it a chance to operate, to see whether, for instance, Morgan Tsvangirai’s passport is returned, to see whether the Prime Minister actually has some control over the formulation of policies that will lead to the restoration of the economy and of democracy. But surely we would want to immediately move to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Zimbabwe.

 

It has been a third day of clashes in Nigeria's oil-rich Niger delta region between the army and militants fighting for a greater share of the region's oil wealth. Militants on speedboats attacked facility operated by the Shell Oil Company with explosives, leaving it in flames. The Nigerian military said it reposed the attack. Shell has evacuated about 100 staff from the facility in the eastern delta.

 

The International Monetary Fund has approved a loan for Georgia amounting to three quarters of a billion dollars. It aimed rebuilding Georgia's currency reserves and bolstering international confidence in its economy following the conflict with Russia. Correspondents say the money could offset any difficulty Georgia might have in selling products abroad or in attracting foreign investment.

 

This is the latest world news from the BBC.

 

A female suicide bomber in Iraq has killed more than 20 people and wounded about 30 at the gathering of police officers in the northern province of Diyala. The attack happened in the town of Bala Druz in the evening as diners were breaking their Ramadan fast. Mike Sargen reports from Bagdad.

 

Local sources say a police officer was holding a party to celebrate his release from US detention. All his colleagues were invited to the dinner at his house just behind the police station. A female suicide bomber walked into the party and blew herself up. Suicide bombers have frequently targeted the Iraq police. Overall there were fewer attacks across the country now but in Diyala province, where this incident took place, the level of violence is still relatively high.

 

The International Atomic Agency says it has been unable to clear up questions about the possible military dimension to Iran's nuclear program. The agency also said Iran was continuing to enrich Iranian in defiance of the UN Security Council. Bethany Bell reports from Vienna.

 

A senior United Nations official said the agency had arrived a gridlock and could not proceed without Iran's cooperation. Iran has said the allegations are based on forged documents and fabricated data. The agency has asked Iran to provide more detailed clarifications and to provide access to documents, individuals and sites. It says it is essential for Iran to show transparency.

 

The authorities in Uzbekistan, one of the world's biggest exporters of cotton, say they banned the use of child-labor in harvesting the crop. The Uzbekistan government said measures were being introduced to ensure that the ban on child labor which also applies to other sectors was enforced. Earlier this year Britain's biggest supermarket chain Tesco said it wouldn't use Uzbekistan cotton in its clothing business because the use of child labor in its production. The central Asian country had continued the severity practice of using school children to help during the cotton harvest.

 

BBC News.

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BBC News with Marian Marshall

 

The American Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has said that the current turmoil in the world's financial markets will ultimately make things better. He was speaking in a rare briefing to reporters at the White House at the end of one of the most turbulent days in recent financial history when share prices across the world tumbled in the wake of the collapse of one of America's most prestigious investment banks Lehman Brothers. Matthew Price reports from New York.

 

As around the world, so too, in the heart of the global financial system, US stock markets had a terrible day, the Dow-Jones fell an estimated 500 points, the worst dropping in one day since the Sep.11th’s attack in 2001, and no wonder the collapse of Lehman Brothers showed that no company, whatever its history or reputation, is guaranteed to be safe. The troubles that brought about the collapse of Lehman, bad investments in US housing markets, are still concerning other big financial institutions here. And it‘s now clear that the US Treasury will not necessarily step in to save a firm in difficulty.

 

The European Union says there will be no immediate end to its sanctions against Zimbabwe despite the historic power-sharing deal signed in Harare on Monday. In a statement, EU Foreign Ministers said the measures would continue until the new Zimbabwean government took steps to restore democracy and the rule of law. There was a similar response from theAmerican Assistant Secretary of State for African affairs, Jendayi Frazer. She told the BBC that Washington wanted to work with Zimbabwe provided that a number of conditions were met.

 

America’s help is dependent on the demonstration of true commitment by the leadership of Zimbabwe, we will have to give it a chance to operate, to see whether, for instance, Morgan Tsvangirai’s passport is returned, to see whether the Prime Minister actually has some control over the formulation of policies that will lead to the restoration of the economy and of democracy. But surely we would want to immediately move to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Zimbabwe.

 

It has been a third day of clashes in Nigeria's oil-rich Niger delta region between the army and militants fighting for a greater share of the region's oil wealth. Militants on speedboats attacked facility operated by the Shell Oil Company with explosives, leaving it in flames. The Nigerian military said it reposed the attack. Shell has evacuated about 100 staff from the vicinity in the eastern delta.

 

The International Monetary Fund has approved a loan for Georgia amounting to three quarters of a billion dollars. It’s aimed at rebuilding Georgia's currency reserves and bolstering international confidence in its economy following the conflict with Russia. Correspondents say the money could offset any difficulty Georgia might have in selling products abroad or in attracting foreign investment.

 

This is the latest world news from the BBC.

 

A female suicide bomber in Iraq has killed more than 20 people and wounded about 30 at the gathering of police officers in the northern province of Diyala. The attack happened in the town of Bala Druz in the evening as diners were breaking their Ramadan fast. Mike Sargen reports from Bagdad.

 

Local sources say a police officer was holding a party to celebrate his release from US detention. All his colleagues were invited to the dinner at his house just behind the police station. A female suicide bomber walked into the party and blew herself up. Suicide bombers have frequently targeted the Iraq police. Overall there were fewer attacks across the country now but in Diyala province, where this incident took place, the level of violence is still relatively high.

 

The International Atomic Energy Agency says it has been unable to clear up questions about the possible military dimension to Iran's nuclear program. The agency also said Iran was continuing to enrich uraniam in defiance of the UN Security Council. Bethany Bell reports from Vienna.

 

A senior United Nations official said the agency had arrived a gridlock and could not proceed without Iran's cooperation. Iran has said the allegations are based on forged documents and fabricated data. The agency has asked Iran to provide more detailed clarifications and to provide access to documents, individuals and sites. It says it is essential for Iran to show transparency.

 

The authorities in Uzbekistan, one of the world's biggest exporters of cotton, say they banned the use of child-labor in harvesting the crop. The Uzbek government said measures were being introduced to ensure that the ban on child labor which also applies to other sectors was enforced. Earlier this year Britain's biggest supermarket chain Tesco said it wouldn't use Uzbek cotton in its clothing business because the use of child labor in its production. The central Asian country had continued the Soviet practice of using school children to help during the cotton harvest.

 

BBC News.

 

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Has been a third day of clashes in Nigeria's oil-rich Niger delta region between the army and militants fighting for a greater share of the region's oil wells. Militants on speedboats attacked facility operated by the Shell Oil Company with explosive, leaving it in flames. The Nigerian military said it repassed the attack. Shell has evacuated about 100 staff from the facility in the eastern delta.

 

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