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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 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. 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 it (听起来像it,但语法说不通,可能是 itsthe) repairs, extended period of winter maintenance is scheduled, so the particle collider wouldn’t 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 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 700-billion-dollar plan to bailout 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 Migremily 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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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 of 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 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. Naomi Grimley reports. (Lost里面跳伞到小岛的那个美女不就叫Naomi么)

 

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 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 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 round break 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-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 repair,(repair这里做不可数名词) extended 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.


round on somebody: to suddenly turn and attack someone when they do not expect it, either with words or physically:
When the door closed, Crabb rounded on Edwards. 'You stupid idiot!'

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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 of 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 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 / 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. (Lost里面跳伞到小岛的那个美女不就叫Naomi)

 

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 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 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 couldn’t 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’s 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 the repairs(可作可数名词), 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 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 of 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 Party seem 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 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 / 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 / repair, sustained 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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    小生英语听力在设法提高当中,BBC听力中错误的单词实在太多,但版主说过错误在所难免,但一定要坚持。为了

 

提高我的英语听力能力,哪怕我所听的稿子全部都是错误的,也再所不辞,还望大家见谅!



贴上来听写稿前,用word检查一下,检查拼写的工作不应该让别人代劳,你说是么?     ----brightu

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原帖由 CamelForce 于 2008-9-25 08:02 发表     小生英语听力在设法提高当中,BBC听力中错误的单词实在太多,但版主说过错误在所难免,但一定要坚持。为了   提高我的英语听力能力,哪怕我所听的稿子全部都是错误的,也再所不辞,还望大 ...

 

 

 

I'm afraid I don't agree...

 

佩服你的坚持,但有些错误完全可以避免的呀!在记事本上写完cope到word中,那些下面标红线的就是有问题啦!

 

人名地名谷一下,也提高搜索skill哦!除了方便别人,最重要的是 自己修改比别人修改 英语听力提高更快 这个秘密我一般还

 

不告诉别人

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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好栏目推荐之美国口语俚语

我是用CMRep听写的,就根据他的读音来确定单词,所以错误很多。

 

“自己修改自己”,不错的选择。我会很认真地考虑的!

 

谢谢指点!

不知道在哪里可以看到正确的原本文字啊?

原帖由 CamelForce 于 2008-9-25 08:02 发表     小生英语听力在设法提高当中,BBC听力中错误的单词实在太多,但版主说过错误在所难免,但一定要坚持。为了   提高我的英语听力能力,哪怕我所听的稿子全部都是错误的,也再所不辞,还望大 ...

 

 

这位桐子呀,你的豪言壮语相信大家都很佩服,问题是你要是发头稿就要对下面的桐子负责!

有时候改稿就像洗脏衣服,如果能先把上面的泥巴物理法处理干净何必要让下面的桐子的洗衣机受罪减少使用寿命?

你知道不知你一个小时改出来的稿子别人可能要改2个小时才能把它处理得稍微“干净”一点?以前都是阶梯式改法可是这天出现的是“链式”改法,阁下认为是什么原因呢?

你以为brightu斑斑为什么这么累出来赶头稿?还不是为了赶在一些恶意发头稿的人之前发出来,好让下面改稿的桐子轻松一点!

 

你发HW偶们不反对,偶这里只是提醒大家发头稿要谨慎,要对下面的桐子负责!低级错误尽量避免!

 

如果说话有所得罪很抱歉,可是偶也改不过来,所以再次说句很抱歉~~ 

 

 

另外在这里向各位改稿的桐子道歉,学校网速不好,时快时慢,评分很慢,所以有点拖了,而且秩序也没管好,造成大家很多的心血白费,很抱歉~

还有向版助几位道谢,因为有你们这个秩序不至于太离谱~

最后向一叶轻舟道谢,感谢参与管理~~

 

另外,那个丫鬟命,抄袭不对还用白字黑字说明么?  不是规矩不规矩的问题~

最后一位桐子,如果有正确官方文本,偶想普特就不会应运而生了~~

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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 of 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 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.

 

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 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 could be opened up for inspection. After  repair, sustained 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.

 

 

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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 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 the repair, the 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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