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BBC News with Mike Cooper.

 

The Bush administration’s massive 700-billion-dollar plan to bail out America’s troubled financial industry has run into stiff opposition in Congress. At a hearing of the Senate’s influential Banking Committee, both Republican and Democratic leaders have expressed skepticism about the plan. The Committee’s Chairman, the Democrat Chris Dodd called it unacceptable while the leading Republican on the Committee Richard Shelby vowed not to rubber-stamp it. James Coomarasamy reports from Washington.

 

The White House has called on Republicans and Democrats to work together and approve its financial sector bailout plan. For the moment, though, the parties seem united in opposing it, at least in its present form. After a tense Senate Banking Committee hearing where the head of the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Secretary both warned of dire economic consequences if Congress dragged its feet, the general mood was one of skepticism. Both parties are now calling on the government to issue concessions to ensure the bailout doesn’t help Wall Street at the expense of ordinary Americans.

 

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who is under increasing pressure within his own Labor Party because of his poor ratings in opinion polls, has made a forceful defense of his policies. In a speech to the Party’s annual conference, Mr. Brown said only Labor could be trusted to build a fairer society in Britain. Naomi Grimley reports.

 

This was a personal speech from Gordon Brown which began with an immediate defense of his own style of leadership. If some thought he was too serious he wasn’t going to apologize because these were serious times. The Prime Minister said his government would do all it could to stabilize the still turbulent financial markets. And he rounded on his main opponent David Cameron, arguing that the global challenges facing Britain meant this was no time for a novice.

 

The Finnish government says it’ll tighten laws on gun ownership after an armed man killed ten students at a college in the west of the country. The gunman eventually shot himself and died of his wounds in hospital. Police had questioned the man on Monday after he placed a video clip of himself at a shooting range on the Internet. But they didn’t detain him. The Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen said it was most unfortunate.

 

After the events of last year, the public has been more vigilant in keeping an eye on Internet videos. That is why this particular video was brought to the attention of the police so quickly. But sadly, this did not prevent another tragedy from taking place.

 

There has been another outbreak of heavy fighting in the Somali capital Mogadishu, with African Union peacekeepers coming under a sustained attack from insurgents. At least seven civilians are reported to have been killed since the clashes erupted later on Tuesday. Our BBC correspondent in Mogadishu says the fighting started when insurgents attacked Ugandan peacekeepers. The AU peacekeepers responded with tank and artillery fire.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

Two foreign aid workers have been kidnapped in the Somali region of Ethiopia. The French agency Medecins du Monde said two of his staff were abducted by gunmen on Monday. It’s thought they have been taken across the border into Somalia. Ethiopia’s Somali region is troubled by a separatist rebellion but aid workers have not previously been attacked there.

 

The US Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the army does not have enough forces to meet the demands of its commanders in Afghanistan. Mr. Gates said extra troops could not be committed now without extending combat tours or changing existing deployments elsewhere. New combat brigades could not be found until next spring he warned.

 

Scientist will have to wait until early next year to use the giant Hadron Particle Collider for research into the nature of matter. The collider built in a circular underground tunnel in Switzerland was shut down last week because of a technical fault. It had begun operating just two weeks ago. Our science correspondent Christine McGourty reports.

 

The machine is designed to fire beams of particles around a circular ring with a series of magnets steering the particles around. It’s thought that a faulty electrical connection between two of the magnets led to a large leak of the liquid helium that is needed to keep the machinery at freezing temperatures. Experts have now been down into the underground tunnel to investigate the problem. They say it’ll take three to four weeks just to bring the equipment up to room temperature so the magnets can be opened up for inspection. After repairs, a standard period of winter maintenance is scheduled, so the particle collider won't be up and running again until the early spring.

 

The authorities in India say that nearly 200 people have been killed in floods caused by heavy monsoon rains in the past few days. Nearly four million people are reported to have been affected by flood waters. The army has been deployed to rescue thousands of stranded people.

 

BBC News.

 

 

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BBC News with Michal Kope.

 

Bush ministrations mases 700-bilion dollar plan to back out America's trouble: financial indistry. As running to stif on pezationy congrase, at hearing the sennce influntional banking committing, both republican and democractic leaders have express scap disemes to plan. The midise chamen, democrac crikstore, called unexceptable while the leading republic commitee recherchal they will not unstaped. Jeans Comersoming reports from Washington.

 

The Whitehouses called on republicants and democracants work together and prove its fianncial seaked bankrot plan. For the moment, no the parts see United and pozing it. And least in its president form. After tens setting bank commiteen hearing when the head of federal reserve and crave security, both world die, economic consiquence of qoncrase dragies feet. The genalmove was one of scapdisizen. Both parties and now calling on the government to ensure consetions. When shot banrot doesn't help Wold street and exspence ordinary Americans.

 

The British priminister Gold Bron who's under rekracing preshing with him Laber party because his poor gratings and paining pose. As maid forth for defence his policies, and speech to the parties add new confrence. Mr. Brone said only Laber could be trusted to build the ferer secity in Britain. Miami Gremy reports.

 

This was personnal speech from Golden Brone which begun within the meeting to fende servisen starer leadership. Its some sorty was too serious he wasn't go to on the polidries because feeds was serious times. The priminister set his government would do onry coulds to steaplise the stole tebelen financial markets. And he rounded on his main erponen Davy Cameren, orgery that golable tranlengers facing Britain nogeries was no time for the norzis.

 

The fishing government says toletite lors on goner owenership, after norderman kill Tesdren sat college in the west on the country. The government eventraly shotting himself for died his rooms in hospital. Police had question on Monday, after it palys vidual clap himself for shotting range on the Internet. But they didn't detain him. The priminister Matty Vohernen said was most sarforgent.After the event last year, the capiter has been more vigent. Keep and I, internet videos. That is wild of perticual video was brot the intenshional. The police so quickly. But sadly, Mr. Nor provented another tragerdy for taking place.

 

There's been another round prake have been fighting in the Sermalee capital, Mogerdishal, was afken union please caperse coming under restand attack commen sergence. Last seven servilenies are report to have been killed sice the crasher later on Tuesday. The BBC corlersponding on Mogerdishals has been fighting started when the sergent attack to gence police keepers. Uauer police keepers were respondid was tanker and terriror fier.

 

World News, from the BBC.

 

Two forling ad workers have been kedenape in Semaling region on this opier. THe French agency Mader Sendinose said tervise starve for darting by goverment on Monday. The store has been taking corespnding into Samarlier. If Unpier smaling region has trouble by seperate perviling. But ad workers had not periver sliping attack there.

 

The US defence security Robert Gates says the oming does not having formenses to make demonce of its comendities in Afganerstan. Mr. Gates said akster troops could not commit now , without exsiting cobank tools on changing egsiting deplorments as well. New conbrke gates couldn't be found untill next win he want.

 

Scientists would hater to earlier next year to use the drying hagion partical kliter, for reserch into the nather of mater. The clider, builter serquer underground tonal in Swetsland, was shut down last week because of tenical fote. It has been gone operating just two weeks ago. Alsority corlesponte, Cristy Magoty reports.

 

Mishing and desire to find been the putical around the sercerring. was seroius of magernals stilling of the round. The store that forty alactical canaktion two of Magerners, lead calling of the heling thats needed to keep on sherning adfrizing temperchers. Experts have no been dinaling to the undergronning toner to investigite of the problem. They say adtack three to fore weeks just braning the inqument toketed rooms tepercher. So the Micerners conbule of dorfenren spenktion. After repaier the stand period weinten mentennes to scap jote, so the partical cliate worm be upen running again untill the earlier spring.

 

The authrities in India say nearly 200 people have been killed in the floods corse by heavy more sorance in the past few days. Nearly 4 milion are reported to have been affecked by flood waters. The arming has been toplot. Two seenk of thousands of strading people.

 

BBC News.

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BBC News with Michal Kope.

 

The Bush administrations' massive 700-bilion dollar plan to bailout America's troubled financial indistry. As running to step up position in congress, at hearing the senate influential banking committee, both republican and democratic leaders have expressed to skip the season of the plan. The committee's chaiman, democrat crikstore, called unexceptable while the leading republic committee recherchal they will not unstaped. Jeans Comersoming reports from Washington.

 

The Whitehouses has called on republicans and democrats to work together and approve its fianncial sector bailout plan. For the moment, no the party see United and opposing it at least in its present form. After tens setting bank committee hearing when the head of federal reserve and treasury secrecary both want of die economic consequences of congress dragging its feet. The genalmove was one of scapdisizen. Both parties and now calling on the government to ensure consetions. When shot banrot doesn't help Wold street and exspence ordinary Americans.

 

The British priminister Gold Bron who's under rekracing preshing with him Laber party because his poor gratings and paining pose. As maid forth for defence his policies, and speech to the parties add new confrence. Mr. Brone said only Laber could be trusted to build the ferer secity in Britain. Miami Gremy reports.

 

This was personnal speech from Golden Brone which begun within the meeting to fende servisen starer leadership. Its some sorty was too serious he wasn't go to on the polidries because feeds was serious times. The priminister set his government would do onry coulds to steaplise the stole tebelen financial markets. And he rounded on his main erponen Davy Cameren, orgery that golable tranlengers facing Britain nogeries was no time for the norzis.

 

The fishing government says toletite lors on goner owenership, after norderman kill Tesdren sat college in the west on the country. The government eventraly shotting himself for died his rooms in hospital. Police had question on Monday, after it palys vidual clap himself for shotting range on the Internet. But they didn't detain him. The priminister Matty Vohernen said was most sarforgent.After the event last year, the capiter has been more vigent. Keep and I, internet videos. That is wild of perticual video was brot the intenshional. The police so quickly. But sadly, Mr. Nor provented another tragerdy for taking place.

 

There's been another round prake have been fighting in the Sermalee capital, Mogerdishal, was afken union please caperse coming under restand attack commen sergence. Last seven servilenies are report to have been killed sice the crasher later on Tuesday. The BBC corlersponding on Mogerdishals has been fighting started when the sergent attack to gence police keepers. Uauer police keepers were respondid was tanker and terriror fier.

 

World News, from the BBC.

 

Two forling ad workers have been kedenape in Semaling region on this opier. THe French agency Mader Sendinose said tervise starve for darting by goverment on Monday. The store has been taking corespnding into Samarlier. If Unpier smaling region has trouble by seperate perviling. But ad workers had not periver sliping attack there.

 

The US defence security Robert Gates says the oming does not having formenses to make demonce of its comendities in Afganerstan. Mr. Gates said akster troops could not commit now , without exsiting cobank tools on changing egsiting deplorments as well. New conbrke gates couldn't be found untill next win he want.

 

Scientists would hater to earlier next year to use the drying hagion partical kliter, for reserch into the nather of mater. The clider, builter serquer underground tonal in Swetsland, was shut down last week because of tenical fote. It has been gone operating just two weeks ago. Alsority corlesponte, Cristy Magoty reports.

 

Mishing and desire to find been the putical around the sercerring. was seroius of magernals stilling of the round. The store that forty alactical canaktion two of Magerners, lead calling of the heling thats needed to keep on sherning adfrizing temperchers. Experts have no been dinaling to the undergronning toner to investigite of the problem. They say adtack three to fore weeks just braning the inqument toketed rooms tepercher. So the Micerners conbule of dorfenren spenktion. After repaier the stand period weinten mentennes to scap jote, so the partical cliate worm be upen running again untill the earlier spring.

 

The authrities in India say nearly 200 people have been killed in the floods corse by heavy more sorance in the past few days. Nearly 4 milion are reported to have been affecked by flood waters. The arming has been toplot. Two seenk of thousands of strading people.

 

BBC News.

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BBC news with Mike Cooper.

 

The Bush administration’s massive seven-hundred-billion dollar plan to bailout America’s troubled financial industry has run into stiff opposition in Congress.At the hearing of the senate influential banking committee,both Republican and Democratic leaders have expressed skepticism of the plan.The committee’s chairman,Democrat,Chris Dole,called it unacceptable,while the leading Republican on the committee Richard S while not to stamp it. James Coomarasamy reports from Washington.

 

 The white house has called on Republicans and Democratis to work together and approve its financial sector bailout plan.For the moment though the party seemed united in opposing it,at least in its present form.After a tense senate banking committee hearing with the head of the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Secretary,both warned of ** econimic consequences if Congress dragged its feet.The general move was one of skepticism.Both parties are now calling on the government to issue concessions to ensure the bailout doesn’t help Wall Street at the expense of ordinary Americans.

 

The British prime minister Gordon Brown who’s under increasing pressure within his own Labor Party because of his pour ratings in the opinion polls has made a forceful defence of his policies.In a speech to the party’s annual conference.Mr.Brown said **labor could be trusted to build a fairy society in Britain.N G reports.

 

This was a personal speech from Gordon Brown which began with an immediate defence of his own start of his leadership.His**thought he was too serious he wasn’t going to apologize because these were serious times.The prime minister said his government would do all it could to stabilize the still turbulant financial markets.And he rounded on his main opponent,David Cameron,arguing that the global challenges facing Britain made this was no time for a novice.

 

The Finnish says it will tighten laws on gun ownership,after an armed man killed ten students in a college in the west of the country.The gunman eventually shot himself and died of his wounds in hospital.Police had questioned the man on Monday,after he place video clip of himself and the shooting range on the Internet.But they didn’t detain him.The prime minister,MV said it was most unfortunate.

 

“After the events of last year,**has been more vigilant in keeping an eye on Internet videos.That is why this particular video was brought to attention of the police so quickly.But sadly,this did not prevent a tragedy from taking place.”

 

 There’s been another round of heavy fighting in the Samarli capital M,with African Union police keepers coming under a sustained attack from insurgents.At least seven civilians are reported to have been killed since the clashes erupted later on Tuesday.A BBC correspondent in M says the fighting started when a insurgent attacked ** peace keepers.The AU responded with tank and artillery fire.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

Two foreign aid workers have been kidnapped in the Samarli region of **.The French agency **said two of its staff were adopted by gunmen on Monday.It’s thought they’ve been taken across the border into Samaria.**Samarli region has troubled by a separatist sbellion.But aid workers have not previously been attacked there.

 

The US defence secretary Robert Gates says the army does not have enough forces to meet the demands of its commanders in Afghanistan.Mr.Gates said extra troops could not be committed now.,without extending combat tools or changing existing deploitments as well.New comb**couldn’t be found under next spring,he warned.

 

Scientists will have to wait until early next year to use the giant **particle collider for research into the nature of **.The collider,built in a circular underground tunnel in Switzerland,was shut down last week because of a technical fault.It had begun operating in just two weeks ago.Our science correspondent Christine McGourty reports.

 

The machine is designed to fire beams of particles around a circular ring.With a series of magnets **the particles around.It’s thought that the fault ***connection between the two of the magnets led to a large leak of the liquid hiliter that is needed to keep the machinery at the freezing temperatures.Experts have now been down into the underground tunnel to investigate the problem.They say it’ll take three to four weeks just to bring the equipment up to room tempetature so the magnets can be opened up for inspection.After repairs a standard period of winter maintenance is scheduled,so the particle collider wouln’t be up and running again until the early spring.

 

The authorities in India say that nearly two hundred people in floods-caused-by heavy **rains in the past few days.Nearly four million people are reported to have been affected by flood waters.The army has been deployed to rescue thousands of straggled people.

 

BBC news.

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BBC News with Mike Cooper.

 

The Bush Administration’s massive 700-billion-dollar plan to bail out America’s trouble financial industry has run into a stiff opposition in Congress. At a hearing of the Senate’s influential Banking Committee, both Republican and Democratic leaders have expressed skepticism of the plan. The Committee’s Chairman, the Democratic, Chris Dodd called it unacceptable while the leading Republican on the Committee Richard Shelby vowed not to rubberstamp it. James Coomarasamy reports from Washington.

 

 

The White House has called on Republicans and Democrats to work together and approve its financial sect bailout plan. For the moment, though the party seems united in opposing it, at least in its present form. After a tense Senate Banking Committee hearing where the Federal Reserve and The Treasury Secretary both warned of dire economic consequences if Congress dragged its feet, the general mood was one of skepticism. Both parties are now calling on the government to issue concessions to be sure the bailout doesn’t help Wall Street at its expense of all American.  

 

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown who is under increasing pressure within his own Labour Party because of his poor ratings in the opinion polls has made a // defense of his policies. In a speech to the party’s annual conference, Mr. Brown said only Labor could be trusted to build a fairy society in Britain. // reports.

 

This was a personal speech from Gordon Brown which began with an immediate defense of his own starrer of leadership. His some sortie was too serious he was not going to apologize because these were serious times. The Prime Minister said his government would do all it could to stabilize the still turbulent financial markets. And he ranted on his main opponent David Cameron, arguing that the global challenges facing Britain make this is no time for a voice.

 

The Finnish government says it will tight laws on gun ownership after an armed man killed ten students at a college in the west of the country. The gunman eventually shot himself and died of his wounds in hospital. Police has questioned the man on Monday after he placed a video clip of himself for the shooting range on the internet. But they didn’t detain him. The Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen said this was the most unfortunate.

 

After the events of last year, the public have been more vigilant in keeping an eye on internet videos. That is why this particular video was brought attention of the police so quickly. But sadly this did not prevent another tragedy from taking place.

 

There has been another around break of heavy fighting in the Somalia capital Mogadishu, with African Union peacekeepers coming under a sustained attack from insurgents. At least seven civilians are reported to have been killed since the clashes erupted later on Tuesday. Our BBC Correspondent in Mogadishu says the fighting started when an insurgent attacked Ugandan peacekeepers. The AU peacekeepers responded with tank and artillery fire.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

Two foreign aid workers have been kidnapped in the Somali region of Ethiopia. The French agency Medecins du Monde said two of its staff were abducted by gunmen on Monday. It’s thought they have been taken across the border into Somalia. Ethiopia-Somali regions are troubled by a separatist rebellion but aid workers have not previously been attacked there.

 

The US Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the army doesn’t have enough forces to meet the demands of its commanders in Afghanistan. Mr. Gates said extra troops could not be committed now without extending combat tools or changing existing deployments as well. New combat brigades could not be found until next rink he warned.

 

Scientist will have to wait until next year to use the Giant Handron particle Collider for research into the nature of matter. The collider built in a circular underground tunnel in Switzerland was shut down last week because of its electrical fault. It had begun operating just two weeks ago. Our science correspondent Christine McGourty reports.

 

The machine is designed to fire beams of particles around a circular ring with a series of magnets still in the particles around. The stored fault is an electrical connection between two of the magnets there to a large liquor of the liquid helium that is needed to keep the machinery at freezing temperatures. Experts have now been down into the underground tunnel to investigate the problem. They say it will take three to four weeks just bringing the equipment top to room temperature to the magnets can be opened and for inspection. After repairs extended a period of winter maintenance is scheduled. So the particle collider won’t be up on running again until the early spring.

 

The authorities in India say nearly 200 people have been killed in floods caused by heavy monsoon rains in the past few days. Nearly four million people are reported to have been affected by flood waters. The army has been deployed to rescue thousands of stranded people.

 

BBC News.    

 

 

 

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BBC News with Mike Cooper.

 

The Bush administration massive 700-billion-dollar plan to bailout America's troubled financial industry has run into a steep opposition in congress, at the hearing of the Senate’s influential banking committee, both Republican and Democratic leaders have expressed skepticism at the plan. The committee chairman Democrat Chris Dodd called it unacceptable while the leading Republican on the committee Richard Shelby vowed not to rubber stamp it. James Coomarasamy reports from Washington.

 

The White House has called on Republicans and Democrats to work together and approve its financial sector bailout plan. For the moment, the parties seem unity in opposing it, at least in its present form, after its tense Senate banking committees hearing with the head of the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Secretary both warned of dire economic consequences if congress drags its feet. The general mood was one of skepticism. Both parties are now calling on the government to issue concessions to ensure the bailout doesn’t help Wall Street at the expense ordinary Americans.

 

The British Prime Minister Gorden Brown who is under increasing pressure within his own Labour Party because of his poor ratings in opinion poll, has made a forceful defense of his policies. In a speech to the party’s annual conference, Mr. Brown said only labour could be trusted to build a fair society in Britain. // reports.

 

This was a personal speech from Gorden Brown which began with an immediate defense of his own style of leadership. If some thought he was too serious, he wasn’t going to apologize, because these were serious times. The prime minister said his government would do all it could to stabilize the still turbulent financial markets. And he rounded on his main opponent David Cameron, arguing that the global challenges facing Britain meant this was no time for a novice.

 

The Finnish government says it will tighten laws on gun ownership after an armed man killed ten students at a college in west of the country. The gunman eventually shot himself and died of his wounds in hospital. Police had questioned on Monday after he played a video clip of himself for a shooting race on the internet, but they didn’t detain him. The Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen says it was most unfortunate. 

 

After the event of last year, the cops have been more vigilant in keeping an eye on internet video. That is way this particular video was brought the attention of the police so quickly. But sadly, this did not prevent another tragedy from taking place.

 

There has been another round of heavy fighting in the Somali capital Mogadishu, with African Union peacekeepers coming under a sustained attack from insurgents. At least seven civilians are reported to have been killed since the clashes that escalated late on Tuesday. A BBC correspondent in Mogadishu says the fighting started when insurgents attacked Ugandan peacekeepers. The AU peacekeepers responded with tanks and artillery fire.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

Two foreign aid workers have been kidnapped in the Somali region of Ethiopia. The French aid agency Medecins du Monde said two of its staff were abducted by gunmen on Monday. It’s thought they have been taken across the border into Somalia. Ethiopia Somalia regions have troubled by a separated rebellion. But aid workers had not previously been attacked there.

 

The US defense Secretary Robert Gates says that the army does not have enough forces to meet the demands of its commanders in Afghanistan. Mr. Gates says extra troops could not be committed now without extending combat tours or changing exiting deployments elsewhere. New combat brigades couldn’t be found until next spring, he warned.

 

Scientists will have to wait until early next year to use the Giant Hadron particle Collider for research into the nature of matter. The collider built in a circular underground tunnel in Switzerland was shut down last week because of a technical fault. It had begun operating just two weeks ago. Our science correspondent Catherine / reports.

 

The machine has designed to fire beams of particles around the circular ring, with the series of magnets stealing the particles around. The store of a faulty electrical connection between two of the magnets let to a large leak of the liquid helium that is needed to keep the machinery at freezing temperatures. Experts have now been down into the underground tunnel to investigate the problem. They say it will take three to four weeks just bring the equipment up to room temperature so the magnets can be opened up for inspection. After it repairs, a standard period would need to maintenance its schedule. So the particle collider won’t be open running again until the early spring.

 

The authorities in India say that nearly 200 people had been killed in flood caused by heavy monsoon rain in the past few days. Nearly four million people are reported to have affected by flooded waters. The army has been deployed to rescue thousands of stranded people.

 

BBC News.

 

 

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BBC News with Mike Cooper.

 

The Bush Administration’s massive 700-billion-dollar plan to bail out America’s troubled financial industry has run into a stiff opposition in Congress. At a hearing of the Senate’s influential Banking Committee, both Republican and Democratic leaders have expressed skepticism of the plan. The Committee’s Chairman, the Democratic, Chris Dodd called it unacceptable while the leading Republican on the Committee Richard Shelby vowed not to rubberstamp it. James Coomarasamy reports from Washington.

 

 

 

 

 

The White House has called on Republicans and Democrats to work together and approve its financial sector bailout plan. For the moment, though the party seems united in opposing it, at least in its present form. After a tense Senate Banking Committee hearing where the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Secretary both warned of dire economic consequences if Congress dragged its feet, the general mood was one of skepticism. Both parties are now calling on the government to issue concessions to ensure the bailout doesn’t help Wall Street at the expense of all Americans.  

 

 

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown who is under increasing pressure within his own Labour Party because of his poor ratings in the opinion polls has made a forceful defense of his policies. In a speech to the party’s annual conference, Mr. Brown said only Labor could be trusted to build a fairy society in Britain. Neil * reports.

 

 

 

This was a personal speech from Gordon Brown which began with an immediate defense of his own style of leadership. As some thought he was too serious he wasn’t going to apologize because these were serious times. The Prime Minister said his government would do all it could to stabilize the still turbulent financial markets. And he ranted on his main opponent David Cameron, arguing that the global challenges facing Britain make this is no time for a novice.

 

The Finnish government says it will tight laws on gun ownership after an armed man killed ten students at a college in the west of the country. The gunman eventually shot himself and died of his wounds in hospital. Police has questioned the man on Monday after he placed a video clip of himself for the shooting range on the internet. But they didn’t detain him. The Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen said this was the most unfortunate.

 

 

 

After the events of last year, the public has been more vigilant in keeping an eye on internet videos. That is why this particular video was brought to attention of the police so quickly. But sadly this did not prevent another tragedy from taking place.

 

 

 

There has been another around break of heavy fighting in the Somalia capital Mogadishu, with African Union peacekeepers coming under a sustained attack from insurgents. At least seven civilians are reported to have been killed since the clashes erupted later on Tuesday. Our BBC Correspondent in Mogadishu says the fighting started when an insurgent attacked Ugandan peacekeepers. The AU peacekeepers responded with tank and artillery fire.

 

 

 

World news from the BBC.

 

 

 

Two foreign aid workers have been kidnapped in the Somali region of Ethiopia. The French agency Medecins du Monde said two of its staff were abducted by gunmen on Monday. It’s thought they have been taken across the border into Somalia. Ethiopia-Somali regions are troubled by a separatist rebellion but aid workers have not previously been attacked there.

 

 

 

The US Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the army does not have enough forces to meet the demands of its commanders in Afghanistan. Mr. Gates said extra troops could not be committed now without extending combat tours or changing existing deployments elsewhere. New combat brigades could not be found until next spring he warned.

 

 

 

Scientist will have to wait until early next year to use the Giant Handron Particle Collider for research into the nature of matter. The collider built in a circular underground tunnel in Switzerland was shut down last week because of a technical fault. It had begun operating just two weeks ago. Our science correspondent Christine McGourty reports.

 

 

The machine is designed to fire beams of particles around a circular ring with a series of magnets steering the particles around. It’s thought that a faulted electrical connection between two of the magnets led to a large leak of the liquid helium that is needed to keep the machinery at freezing temperatures. Experts have now been down into the underground tunnel to investigate the problem. They say it’ll take three to four weeks just to bring the equipment top to room temperature so that magnets can be opened up for inspection. After repairs, extended /period of winter maintenance is scheduled, so the particle collider wouldn’t be up and running again until the early spring.

 

 

 

The authorities in India say that nearly 200 people have been killed in floods caused by heavy monsoon rains in the past few days. Nearly four million people are reported to have been affected by flood waters. The army has been deployed to rescue thousands of stranded people.

 

 

 

BBC News.   

 

 

 

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BBC news with Mike Cooper.

 

The Bush Administration’s massive seven-hundred-billion dollar plan to bailout America’s troubled financial industry has run into stiff opposition in Congress.At the hearing of the Senate influential banking committee,both Republican and Democratic leaders have expressed skepticisms of the plan.The committee’s chairman,Democrat,Chris Dole,called it unacceptable,while the leading Republican on the committee Richard Shelby  vowed not to rubber stamp  it. James Coomarasamy reports from Washington.

 

 The White House has called on Republicans and Democrats to work together and approve its financial sector bailout plan.For the moment though the party seemed united in opposing it,at least in its present form.After a tense senate banking committee hearing with the head of the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Secretary,both warned of dire econimic consequences if Congress dragged its feet.The general move /mood was one of skepticism.Both parties are now calling on the government to issue concessions to ensure the bailout doesn’t help Wall Street at the expense of ordinary Americans.

 

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown who’s under increasing pressure within his own Labor Party because of his poor ratings in the opinion polls has made a forceful defence of his policies.In a speech to the party’s annual conference.Mr.Brown said only Labor could be trusted to build a fairy society in Britain.N G reports.

 

This was a personal speech from Gordon Brown which began with an immediate defence of his own start/style  of his leadership.His some sorti was too serious he wasn’t going to apologize because these were serious times.The prime minister said his government would do all it could to stabilize the still turbulant financial markets.And he rounded on his main opponent,David Cameron,arguing that the global challenges facing Britain made this was no time for a novice.

 

The Finnish says it will tighten laws on gun ownership,after an armed man killed ten students in a college in the west of the country.The gunman eventually shot himself and died of his wounds in hospital.Police had questioned the man on Monday,after he place video clip of himself and the shooting range on the Internet.But they didn’t detain him.The prime minister,MV said it was most unfortunate.

 

“After the events of last year,the public has been more vigilant in keeping an eye on Internet videos.That is why this particular video was brought to attention of the police so quickly.But sadly,this did not prevent another tragedy from taking place.”

 

 There’s been another round of heavy fighting in the Samarli capital M,with African Union police keepers coming under a sustained attack from insurgents.At least seven civilians are reported to have been killed since the clashes erupted later on Tuesday.A BBC correspondent in M says the fighting started when a insurgent attacked Ugandan peace keepers.The AU responded with tank and artillery fire.

 

 

Two foreign aid workers have been kidnapped in the Samarli region of Ethiopia.The French agency Medecins du Monde said two of its staff were adopted by gunmen on Monday.It’s thought they’ve been taken across the border into Samaria. Ethiopia Samarli region has troubled by a separatist sbellion.But aid workers have not previously been attacked there.

 

The US defence secretary Robert Gates says the army does not have enough forces to meet the demands of its commanders in Afghanistan.Mr.Gates said extra troops could not be committed

World news from the BBC. now.,without extending combat tools or changing existing deploitments as well.New combat brigades couldn’t be found under next spring,he warned.

 

Scientists will have to wait until early next year to use the Giant Handron particle collider for research into the nature of matter.The collider,built in a circular underground tunnel in Switzerland,was shut down last week because of a technical fault.It had begun operating in just two weeks ago.Our science correspondent Christine McGourty reports.

 

The machine is designed to fire beams of particles around a circular ring.With a series of magnets stiring in the particles around.It’s thought that the fault electrical connection between the two of the magnets led to a large leak of the liquid helium that is needed to keep the machinery at the freezing temperatures.Experts have now been down into the underground tunnel to investigate the problem.They say it’ll take three to four weeks just to bring the equipment up to room tempetature so the magnets can be opened up for inspection.After repairs a standard period of winter maintenance is scheduled,so the particle collider wouln’t be up and running again until the early spring.

 

The authorities in India say that nearly two hundred people in floods-caused-by heavy monsoon rains in the past few days.Nearly four million people are reported to have been affected by flood waters.The army has been deployed to rescue thousands of stranded  people.

 

BBC news.

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BBC News with Michal Kope.

 

The Bush administrations' massive 700-bilion dollar plan to bailout America's troubled financial indistry has runned into step up position in congress, at hearing the senate influential banking committee, both republican and democratic leaders have expressed to skip the season of the plan. The committee's chairman, democrat crikstore, called it unexceptable while the leading republic committee Richard/ vowed not to interrupt /. Jeans Comersoming reports from Washington.

 

The Whitehouses called on republicans and democrats to work together and approve its financial sector bailout plan. For the moment, no the party see United and opposing it at least in its present form. After tens setting bank committee hearing when the head of federal reserve and treasury secrecary both want of die economic consequences if congress dragged its feet. The general moves was one of skepticism. Both parties are now calling on the government to issue concessions, which was the bailout doesn't help Wall Street and expects of ordinary Americans.

 

The British Prime Minister  Gordon Brown  who's under increasing pressure within his own Labour Party because of his poor rating and paining pose has made force to defence his policies, and speech to the parties annual conference. Mr. Brown said only Labour could be trusted to build the very society in Britain. Miami Gremy reports.

 

This was a personnal speech from Gordon Brown which begun with a media defence of his own stall of leadership. his some sort was too serious he wasn't going to apologize because these were serious times. The Prime Minister said his government would do all it could to stabilize the still turbulent financial markets. And he rounded on his main opponent David Cameren, arguing that global challeges facing Britain this was no time for the norzis.

 

The finished government says it will tighten laws on gun owenership after a gunman killed ten students at a college in the west on the country. The gunman eventually shot himself and died of his wounds in hospital. Police set question the man on Monday after he palys the video collected himself for shotting range on the Internet. But they didn't detain him. The Prime Minister Matty Vohernen said he is much unfortunate. After the events of last year, the capiter has been more vigent and keeping an eye on internet videos. That is why this particular video was brought intension of police so quickly . But sadly, this did not prevent another tragerdy from taking place.

 

There's been another round prake of  heavy fighting in the Semolia capital, Mogerdishal, with African Union peacekeepers coming under the sustained attack from insurgents, at least seven civilians are reported to have been killed since the clashes erupted later on Tuesday. A BBC correspondent in Mogerdishals says the fighting started when insurgents attacked / peacekeepers. The /peacekeepers responded with tank and /fire.

 

World News, from the BBC.

 

Two foreign aid workers have been kidnapped in Semolia region of /. The French agency Mader Sendinose said two of its staff for adopted by gunman on Monday. The store has been taking corespnding into Semolia. / of Semolia region has troubled by separatists rebellion . But aid workers had not previously been attacked there.

 

The US defence security Robert Gates says the army does not have enough forces to make the demands of its commanders in Afganistan. Mr. Gates said extra troops could not committed now without extanding combat tools or changing existing deployments as well. New conbrke for Gates couldn't be found untill next win he want.

 

Scientists will have to wait into earlier next year to use the Large Hadron Collider for research into the nature of matter. The Collider, built in circuler underground tunnel in Swetsland was shut down last week because of the technical fault. It had begun operating just two weeks ago. Our science correspondent, Cristy Magoty reports.

 

The machine has been designed to find been the particle around the circuler rain was seroius of magernals stiring the particle around. Install that faulty electrical connection between the two of the M lead to a large /liquid /that's needed to keep machinery at freezing tempratures. Experts have now been down into the underground tunnel to investigate the problem. They say it will take three to four weeks just bring the enquipment up to rooms temprature. So the Micerners can be opened up for inspection after repair as stand a period of winter maintenance scheduled. So the particle Collider would be up running again untill the earlier spring.

 

The authorities in India say that nearly 200 people have been killed in the floods caused by heavy /rain in the past few days. Nearly 4 milion people are reported to have been affected by flood waters. The army has been deloyed to rescue thousands of stranded people.

 

BBC News.

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The Bush administration’s massive 700 billion dollar plan to bail out the America’s trouble financial industry has run into steep opposition in congress. At a hearing in the senates, influential banking committee, both Republican and Democratic leaders, have expressed skepticism at the plan. The committee’s chairman, Democrat Christ D called it unacceptable while the leading Republican on the committee Richard S vowed not to stamp it . James / reports from Washington.

 

The White House has called on Republicans and Democrats to work together and approve its financial sector bail-out plan, for the moment no the party seemed united and opposing it, at least in its present form. After a 10th banking committee hearing with the head of the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Secretary both warn of dire economic consequences if congress drags its feet. The general mood was one of skepticism; both parties are now calling on the government to issue conceptions to ensure the bailout doesn’t help the Wall Street at the expense of ordinary Americans.

 

The British Prime Minister G Brown (Henceforth GB) who is under increasing pressure within his own Labor Party because his poor ratings in opinion polls has made a forceful defense of his policies. In a speech to the Patty’s annual conference, Mr. Brown said only Labor could be trusted to build a fair society in Britain. / reports.

 

This was a personal speech from GB which began with an immediate defense of his own style of leadership. Here’s some thought he was too serious, he wasn’t going to apologize because these were serious tense. The Prime Minister said his government will do all it could to stabilize the still turbulent financial markets and he rounded on his main opponent David C arguing that the global challenges facing Britain meant this was no time for /.

 

The Finnish government says it will tight laws on gun ownership after an armed man killed 10 students in a college at the west of the country. The gunman eventually shot himself from die of his wounds in hospital. Police had questioned the man on Monday after he placed a v clip himself for a shooting range on the internet but they didn’t detain him. The Prime Minister / said it was the most unfortunate.

 

After the events of last year, our cop has been more vigilant in keeping an eye on Internet videos. That is why this particular video was brought the attention of the police so quickly. But sadly this doesn’t prevent another tragedy from taking place.

 

There has been another round break of heavy fighting in the S capital M, with African Union peacekeepers coming under a sustained attack from insurgents. At least 7 civilians are reported  to have been killed since the clash erupted later on Tuesday. Our BBC correspondent in / says the fighting started when an insurgent attacked U peacekeepers. The AU peacekeepers responded with tank and artillery fire. World news from the BBC.

 

Two foreign aid workers have been kidnapped in the Somali region of . the French agency / said two of its stuff were abducted by gunman on Monday, it is thought they have been taken across the border into Somalia. E S region is troubled by a separatist rebellion but aid workers had not previously been attacked there.

 

The US Defense Secretary R Gates says the army does not have enough forces to meet the demands of its commanders in Afghanistan. Mr. Gates said extra troops can not be committed now without extending combat tools or changing existing deployment elsewhere. New combat brigade couldn’t be founded until next spring he warned.

 

Scientist will have to wait until early next year to the giant / particle collider for research into the nature of matter. The collider, built in a circular underground tunnel in Switzerland, was shot down last week because of technical fault. It had begun operating just two weeks ago. Our science correspondent / reports.

 

The machine is designed to fire beams of particles around the circular ring with a series of magnets stealing particles around. It is thought the faulty electrical connection between two of the magnets led to enlarge leak of liquid h that is needed to keep the machinery at freezing temperatures. Experts have now being down into the underground tunnel to investigate the problem. They say it will take 3 or 4 weeks just to bring the equipment top to room temperature so the magnets can be opened up for inspection. After repair, sustained period of winter maintenance is scheduled so the particle collider would not be opened running again until the early spring.

 

The authorities in India say that nearly 200 people have been killed in floods c by heavy m rains in the past few days. Nearly 4 million people are reported to have been affected by flood water. The army has been deployed to rescue thousands of strained people.

 

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BBC news with Mike Cooper. The Bush Administration’s massive seven-hundred-billion dollar plan to bailout America’s troubled financial industry has run into stiff opposition in Congress. At the hearing of the Senate influential banking committee, both Republican and Democratic leaders have expressed skepticisms of the plan. The committee’s chairman, Democrat, Chris Dole, called it unacceptable, while the leading Republican on the committee Richard Shelby vowed not to rubber stamp it. James Coomarasamy reports from Washington.

The White House has called on Republicans and Democrats to work together and approve its financial sector bailout plan. For the moment though the party seemed united in opposing it, at least in its present form. After a tense senate banking committee hearing with the head of the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Secretary, both warned of dire econimic consequences if Congress dragged its feet. The general mood was one of skepticism. Both parties are now calling on the government to issue concessions to ensure the bailout doesn’t help Wall Street at the expense of ordinary Americans.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown who’s under increasing pressure within his own Labor Party because of his poor ratings in the opinion polls has made a forceful defence of his policies. In a speech to the party’s annual conference, Mr. Brown said only Labor could be trusted to build a fairy society in Britain. Naomi Grimley reports.

 This was a personal speech from Gordon Brown which began with an immediate defence of his own style of his leadership. His some sortie was too serious he wasn’t going to apologize because these were serious times. The Prime Minister said his government would do all it could to stabilize the still turbulent financial markets. And he rounded on his main opponent, David Cameron, arguing that the global challenges facing Britain made this was no time for a novice.

The Finnish government says it will tighten laws on gun ownership, after an armed man killed ten students in a college in the west of the country. The gunman eventually shot himself and died of his wounds in hospital. Police had questioned the man on Monday, after he placed video clip of himself and the shooting range on the Internet. But they didn’t detain him. The Prime Minister, Matti Vanhanen said it was most unfortunate.

After the events of last year, the public has been more vigilant in keeping an eye on Internet videos. That is why this particular video was brought to attention of the police so quickly. But sadly, this did not prevent another tragedy from taking place.

There’s been another round of heavy fighting in the Somali capital Mogadishu, with African Union police keepers coming under a sustained attack from insurgents. At least seven civilians are reported to have been killed since the clashes erupted later on Tuesday. A BBC correspondent in Mogadishu says the fighting started when an insurgent attacked Ugandan peace keepers. The AU responded with tank and artillery fire.

 World news from the BBC.

Two foreign aid workers have been kidnapped in the Somali region of Ethiopia. The French agency Medecins du Monde said two of its staff were adopted by gunmen on Monday. It’s thought they’ve been taken across the border into Somalia. Ethiopia Somali region has troubled by a separatist rebellion. But aid workers have not previously been attacked there. The US defense secretary Robert Gates says the army does not have enough forces to meet the demands of its commanders in Afghanistan. Mr. Gates said extra troops could not be committed now, without extending combat tools or changing existing deployments as well. New combat brigades couldn’t be found under next Spring, he warned.

Scientists will have to wait until early next year to use the Giant Handron particle collider for research into the nature of matter. The collider, built in a circular underground tunnel in Switzerland, was shut down last week because of a technical fault. It had begun operating in just two weeks ago. Our science correspondent Christine McGourty reports.

The machine is designed to fire beams of particles around a circular ring, with a series of magnets stirring in the particles around. It’s thought that the fault electrical connection between the two of the magnets led to a large leak of the liquid helium that is needed to keep the machinery at the freezing temperatures. Experts have now been down into the underground tunnel to investigate the problem. They say it’ll take three to four weeks just to bring the equipment up to room temperature so the magnets can be opened up for inspection. After repairs a standard period of winter maintenance is scheduled, so the particle collider wouldn’t be up and running again until the early Spring.

The authorities in India say that nearly two hundred people has been killed in floods-caused-by heavy monsoon rains in the past few days. Nearly four million people are reported to have been affected by flood waters. The army has been deployed to rescue thousands of stranded people.

 BBC News

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BBC News with Michael Cope.


The Bush administration's massive 700-bilion-dollar plan to bailout America's troubled financial industry has run into a stiff opposition in congress. At a hearing of the Senate influential banking committee, both Republican and Democratic leaders have expressed skepticism of the plan. The committee's chairman Democrat crikstore called it unacceptable while the leading Republican on the committee * vowed not to upstape it. James C reports from Washington.


The White Houses has called on Republicans and Democrats to work together and approve its financial sector bailout plan. For the moment, no the party semunited and opposing it at least in its present form. After a tenth Senate Banking Committee hearing with the head of the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Secretary both warned of die economic consequences if congress drags its feet. The general move was one of skepticism. Both parties are now calling on the government to ensure concessions to being sure bailout doesn't help Wall Street at the expense of ordinary Americans.


The British Prime Minister Gold Brown who's under an increasingly crash with him own Labor Party because of his poor ratings and paining pose has made a forceful defense for his policies in a speech to the party's annual conference. Mr. Brown said only Labor could be trusted to build a fairy society in Britain. Biami Gremy reports.


This was a personal speech from Golden Brown which begun with a media defense his own star leadership. Its some sorty was too serious he wasn't going to apologies because * of the serious times. The prime minister said his government would do all it could to stabilize this still terbillen financial markets. And he rounded on his main opponent Davy C, arguing that global challengers facing Britain nogeries was no time for a norzis.


The Finish government says tight laws on gun ownership, after another man killed ten students at a college in the west of the country. The gunman eventually shot himself and died of his wounds in hospital. Police had questioned the man on Monday after he placed a video clap of himself for the shooting range on the Internet. But they didn't detain him. The Prime Minister Matty Vohernen said it was most unfortunate.


After the events of last year, the cape has been more vagrant in keeping an eye on internet videos. That is why the particular video was brought the attention of the police so quickly. But sadly, they still didn't prevent another tragedy from taking place.


There's been another round prake heavy fighting in the Somali capital Mogadishu. With African Union peacekeepers coming under a sustained attack commen sergence, at least seven civilians are reported to have been killed since the crashes * later on Tuesday. The BBC correspondent to Mogadishu says the fighting started when an insurgent attack to Ugandan peacekeepers. Then Uauer peacekeepers responded with tanker and itelarry fire.


World News from the BBC.


Two foreign aid workers have been kidnapped in Somalia region of Ethiopia. The French agency Mader Sendinose said two of its staff were adopted by gunman on Monday. The store they have been taken across the border into Somalia. Ethiopia-Somali region has trouble by a separated triblian. But aid workers had not previously been attacked there.


The US Defense Security Robert Gates says the army does not have a forces to make its demands of its commands in Afghanistan. Mr. Gates said extra troops could not be committed now without the extending combat tools or changing its existing deployments as well. New combat for gates couldn't be found until next spring, he warned.
 

 
 
 Scientists will have to wait into earlier next year to use the Large Hadron Collider for research into the nature of matter. The Collider, built in circuler underground tunnel in Swetsland was shut down last week because of the technical fault. It had begun operating just two weeks ago. Our science correspondent, Cristy Magoty reports.


The machine has been designed to find been the particle around the circuler rain was seroius of magernals stiring the particle around. Install that faulty electrical connection between the two of the M lead to a large /liquid /that's needed to keep machinery at freezing tempratures. Experts have now been down into the underground tunnel to investigate the problem. They say it will take three to four weeks just bring the enquipment up to rooms temprature. So the Micerners can be opened up for inspection after repair as stand a period of winter maintenance scheduled. So the particle Collider would be up running again untill the earlier spring.


The authorities in India say that nearly 200 people have been killed in the floods caused by heavy /rain in the past few days. Nearly 4 milion people are reported to have been affected by flood waters. The army has been deloyed to rescue thousands of stranded people.


BBC News.

 

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BBC News with Mike Cooper.

 

The Bush Administration’s massive 700-billion-dollar plan to bail out America’s troubled financial industry has run into a stiff opposition in Congress. At a hearing of the Senate’s influential Banking Committee, both Republican and Democratic leaders have expressed skepticism of the plan. The Committee’s Chairman, the Democratic, Chris Dodd called it unacceptable while the leading Republican on the Committee Richard Shelby vowed not to rubber stamp it. James Coomarasamy reports from Washington.

 

 

 

 

 

The White House has called on Republicans and Democrats to work together and approve its financial sector bailout plan. For the moment, though the party seems united in opposing it, at least in its present form. After a tense Senate Banking Committee hearing where the head of Federal Reserve and the Treasury Secretary both warned of dire economic consequences if Congress dragged its feet, the general mood was one of skepticism. Both parties are now calling on the government to issue concessions to ensure the bailout doesn’t help Wall Street at the expense of ordinary Americans.  

 

 

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown who is under increasing pressure within his own Labour Party because of his poor ratings in the opinion polls has made a forceful defense of his policies. In a speech to the party’s annual conference, Mr. Brown said only Labor could be trusted to build a fairy society in Britain. Neil * reports.

 

 

 

This was a personal speech from Gordon Brown which began with an immediate defense of his own style of leadership. As some thought he was too serious he wasn’t going to apologize because these were serious times. The Prime Minister said his government would do all it could to stabilize the still turbulent financial markets. And he ranted on his main opponent David Cameron, arguing that the global challenges facing Britain then this is no time for a novice.

 

The Finnish government says it’ll tight laws on gun ownership after an armed man killed ten students at a college in the west of the country. The gunman eventually shot himself and died of his wounds in hospital. Police has questioned the man on Monday after he placed a video clip of himself for the shooting range on the internet. But they didn’t detain him. The Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen said this was the most unfortunate.

 

 

 

After the events of last year, the public has been more vigilant in keeping an eye on internet videos. That is why this particular video was brought to attention of the police so quickly. But sadly this did not prevent another tragedy from taking place.

 

 

 

There has been another around break of heavy fighting in the Somalia capital Mogadishu, with African Union peacekeepers coming under a sustained attack from insurgents. At least seven civilians are reported to have been killed since the clashes erupted later on Tuesday. Our BBC Correspondent in Mogadishu says the fighting started when an insurgent attacked Ugandan peacekeepers. The AU peacekeepers responded with tank and artillery fire.

 

 

 

World news from the BBC.

 

 

 

Two foreign aid workers have been kidnapped in the Somali region of Ethiopia. The French agency Medecins du Monde said two of its staff were abducted by gunmen on Monday. It’s thought they have been taken across the border into Somalia. Ethiopia-Somali region is troubled by a separatist rebellion but aid workers have not previously been attacked there.

 

 

 

The US Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the army does not have enough forces to meet the demands of its commanders in Afghanistan. Mr. Gates said extra troops could not be committed now without extending combat tours or changing existing deployments elsewhere. New combat brigades could not be found until next spring he warned.

 

 

 

Scientist will have to wait until early next year to use the Giant Handron Particle Collider for research into the nature of matter. The collider built in a circular underground tunnel in Switzerland was shut down last week because of a technical fault. It had begun operating just two weeks ago. Our science correspondent Christine McGourty reports.

 

 

The machine is designed to fire beams of particles around a circular ring with a series of magnets steering the particles around. It’s thought that a forty electrical connection between two of the magnets led to a large leak of the liquid helium that is needed to keep the machinery at freezing temperatures. Experts have now been down into the underground tunnel to investigate the problem. They say it’ll take three to four weeks just to bring the equipment top to room temperature so the magnets can be opened up for inspection. After repairs, extended period of winter maintenance is scheduled, so the particle collider wouldn’t be up and running again until the early spring.

 

 

 

The authorities in India say that nearly 200 people have been killed in floods caused by heavy monsoon rains in the past few days. Nearly four million people are reported to have been affected by flood waters. The army has been deployed to rescue thousands of stranded people.

 

 

 

BBC News.   

 

 

 

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     The Bush administrations massive 700 billion   plan to bail out the Americas troubled financial industry has run into a steep opposition in congress.At a hearing at the senate,influential banking committee, both Republican and Democratic leaders, have expressed skepticism of the plan. The committees chairman, Democrat Cristore called it unacceptable while the leading Republican on the committee * vowed not to stamp it . James Coomarasamy reports from Washington.

 

  The White House has called on Republicans and Democrats to work together and approve its financial sector bail-out plan, for the moment though the parties seem united and opposing it, at least in its present form. After a tense senate banking committee hearing where the head of the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Secretary both warned of dire economic consequences if congress dragged its feet. The general mood was one of skepticism; both parties are now calling on the government to issue concessions to ensure the bailout doesnt help / Wall Street at the expense of ordinary Americans.

 

  The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown , whos under increasing pressure within his own Labor Party because of his poor ratings in opinion polls has made a forceful defense of his policies. In a speech to the Partys annual conference, Mr. Brown said only Labor could be trusted to build a fairer society in Britain. Miami  Gremy reports.

 

  This was a personal speech from Gordon Brown which began with an immediate defense of his own style of leadership. It some thought he was too serious, he wasnt going to apologize because these were serious times. The Prime Minister said his government would do all it could to stabilize the still turbulent financial markets and he rounded on his main opponent David * arguing that the global challenges facing Britain meant this was no time for a *.

 

   The Finnish government says it will tighten laws on gun ownership after an armed man killed 10 students at a college in the west of the country. The gunman eventually shot himself and died of his wounds in hospital. Police had questioned the man on Monday after he placed a video clip of himself about a shooting range on the internet but they didnt detain him. The Prime Minister / said it was the most unfortunate.

 

  After the events of last year, the public has been more vigilant in keeping an eye on Internet videos. That is why this particular video was brought to the attention of the police so quickly. But sadly this did not prevent another tragedy from taking place.

 

   There has been another round break of heavy fighting in the Somali capital Mogadishu, with African Union peacekeepers coming under a sustained attack from insurgents. At least 7 civilians are reported to have been killed since the clashes erupted late/ on Tuesday. Our BBC correspondent in Mogadishu says the fighting started when / insurgents attacked Ugandas peacekeepers. The AU peacekeepers responded with tank and artillery fire.

World news from the BBC

 

 

   Two foreign aid workers have been kidnapped in the Somali region of Ethiopia . The French agency / said two of its staff were abducted by gunmen on Monday, it is thought they have been taken across the border into Somalia. Ethiopia-Somali region is troubled by a separatist rebellion but aid workers had not previously been attacked there.

 

  The US Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the army does not have enough forces to meet the demands of its commanders in Afghanistan. Mr. Gates said extra troops could not be committed now without extending combat tools or changing existing deployments elsewhere. New combat brigades couldnt be found until next spring he warned.

 

   Scientist will have to wait until early next year to the giant / particle collider for research into the nature of matter. The collider, built in a circular underground tunnel in Switzerland, was shut down last week because of technical fault. It had begun operating just two weeks ago. Our science correspondent Christine McGourty reports.

 

The machine is designed to fire beams of particles around the circular ring with a series of magnets stealing particles around. It is thought the faulty electrical connection between two of the magnets led to a large leak of liquid h that is needed to keep the machinery at freezing temperatures. Experts have now been down into the underground tunnel to investigate the problem. They say it will take 3 or 4 weeks just to bring the equipments up to room

temperature so the magnets can be opened up for inspection. After a repair, ? period of winter maintenance is scheduled so the particle collider wouldnt be opened running again until the early spring.

 

The authorities in India say that nearly 200 people have been killed in floods caused by heavy monsoon rains in the past fewdays. Nearly 4 million people are reported to have been affected by flood waters. The army has been deployed to rescue thousands of stranded people.

 

 

 

 

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BBC News with Mike Cooper.

 

The Bush Administration’s massive 700-billion-dollar plan to bail out America’s troubled financial industry has run into a stiff opposition in Congress. At a hearing of the Senate’s influential Banking Committee, both Republican and Democratic leaders have expressed skepticism of the plan. The Committee’s Chairman, who's a Democrat, Chris Dodd called it unacceptable while the leading Republican on the Committee Richard Shelby vowed not to rubber stamp it. James Coomarasamy reports from Washington.

 

The White House has called on Republicans and Democrats to work together and approve its financial sector bailout plan. For the moment, though the party seems united in opposing it, at least in its present form. After a tense Senate Banking Committee hearing where the head of Federal Reserve and the Treasury Secretary both warned of dire economic consequences if Congress dragged its feet, the general mood was one of skepticism. Both parties are now calling on the government to issue concessions to ensure the bailout doesn’t help Wall Street at the expense of ordinary Americans.

 

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown who is under increasing pressure within his own Labour Party because of his poor ratings in the opinion polls has made a forceful defense of his policies. In a speech to the party’s annual conference, Mr. Brown said only Labor could be trusted to build a fairer society in Britain. Neil * reports.

 

This was a personal speech from Gordon Brown which began with an immediate defense of his own style of leadership. As some thought he was too serious he wasn’t going to apologize because these were serious times. The Prime Minister said his government would do all it could to stabilize the still turbulent financial markets. And he ranted on his main opponent David Cameron, arguing that the global challenges facing Britain meant this was no time for a novice.

 

The Finnish government says it’ll tight laws on gun ownership after an armed man killed ten students at a college in the west of the country. The gunman eventually shot himself and died of his wounds in hospital. Police has questioned the man on Monday after he placed a video clip of himself at a shooting range on the internet. But they didn’t detain him. The Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen said this was the most unfortunate.

 

After the events of last year, the public has been more vigilant in keeping an eye on internet videos. That is why this particular video was brought to attention of the police so quickly. But sadly this did not prevent another tragedy from taking place.

 

There has been another round break of heavy fighting in the Somalia capital Mogadishu, with African Union peacekeepers coming under a sustained attack from insurgents. At least seven civilians are reported to have been killed since the clashes erupted later on Tuesday. Our BBC Correspondent in Mogadishu says the fighting started when an insurgent attacked Ugandan peacekeepers. The AU peacekeepers responded with tank and artillery fire.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

Two foreign aid workers have been kidnapped in the Somali region of Ethiopia. The French agency Medecins du Monde said two of its staff were abducted by gunmen on Monday. It’s thought they have been taken across the border into Somalia. Ethiopia-Somali region is troubled by a separatist rebellion but aid workers have not previously been attacked there.

 

The US Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the army does not have enough forces to meet the demands of its commanders in Afghanistan. Mr. Gates said extra troops could not be committed now without extending combat tours or changing existing deployments elsewhere. New combat brigades could not be found until next spring he warned.

 

Scientist will have to wait until early next year to use the Giant Handron Particle Collider for research into the nature of matter. The collider built in a circular underground tunnel in Switzerland was shut down last week because of a technical fault. It had begun operating just two weeks ago. Our science correspondent Christine McGourty reports.

 

The machine is designed to fire beams of particles around a circular ring with a series of magnets steering the particles around. It’s thought that a faulty electrical connection between two of the magnets led to a large leak of the liquid helium that is needed to keep the machinery at freezing temperatures. Experts have now been down into the underground tunnel to investigate the problem. They say it’ll take three to four weeks just to bring the equipment top to room temperature so the magnets can be opened up for inspection. After repairs, extended period of winter maintenance is scheduled, so the particle collider wouldn’t be up and running again until the early spring.

 

The authorities in India say that nearly 200 people have been killed in floods caused by heavy monsoon rains in the past few days. Nearly four million people are reported to have been affected by flood waters. The army has been deployed to rescue thousands of stranded people.

 

BBC News.

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