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BBC News with Joe Macintosh.

 

Another major European bank is close to collapse following the failure of talks to rescue Germany’s second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate. The announcement comes as leaders of the major European economies agree to work together to help their troubled financial institutions. Emergency talks in Paris failed to bring an announcement of any big bail-out plan similar to that in the United States. Alasdair Sandford reports from Paris.

 

Not long after the end of the summit came a reminder of how serious the crisis is, Germany’s second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate is in trouble again after banks and insurers pulled out of a state-led rescue plan. Earlier, the four European leaders agreed at the summit that there would be no European bail-out fund for banks in trouble. President Sarkozy said they had promised to work together instead to support institutions that get into difficulty. President Sarkzoy and the Head of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, said that the EU’s strict budget rules would be applied flexibly during the current exceptional circumstances.       

 

Police in the Mexican city of Tijuana say they have discovered ten more murder victims in the city where gang-related violence has escalated in the past week. Police say five of the bodies were found in an abandoned van near a shopping center. Warren Bull of our America’s desk reports.

 

It’s been a particularly bloody week even by the standards of Tijuana, a key transit point for drugs trafficked to the United States. More than 50 people have been killed in the city in seven days. And the brutal treatment of the victims has shocked residents used to violence. State prosecutors blamed the murders on rival drug factions, including members of the Arellano Felix drug cartel. On Tuesday, the Mexican President Felipe Calderon send a series of measures to Congress aimed at fighting the wave of drug-related violence in Mexico, that’s killed over 3,000 people this year.

 

North Korea’s reclusive leader Kim Jong-il is reported to have made his first public appearance since rumors surfaced that he had suffered a stroke. Here is Steve Jackson from our Asia Pacific desk.

 

It’s seven weeks since Kim Jong-il last appeared in public. And his absence has fueled much speculation that he is in poor health. South Korean Intelligence reports say he fell ill in August, but had since made a slight recovery reportedly after a brain surgery. North Korea’s tightly-controlled state media say Mr. Kim went to a football match in Pyongyang. But no details were given on his health. The rumors have raised questions about who’s been running the country in the interim and who will eventually succeed the 66-year-old autocrat.

 

Israel has accused North Korea of helping at least 6 Mid-eastern countries to acquire weapons of mass destruction. An Israeli envoy told the annual conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency that North Korea was a dangerous and threatening proliferator of such weapons.

 

You are listening to the latest World News coming to you from the BBC.

 

The Indian army has deployed troops in two areas of the northeastern state of Assam after 11 people were killed in riots between local tribesmen and migrants of Bengali dissent. Among the dead were three people killed when police opened fire. The trouble began later on Friday when rumors spread that the migrants had kidnapped one of the local Bodo tribesmen. Several villages where the migrants have settled were attacked and they in turn attacked Bodo communities.

 

The Turkish government says that the destruction of the Kurdish separatist rebels will now be its main priority. They are fighting for a homeland in the southeast of the country. The statement followed an emergency meeting of Turkey’s political and military leaders. Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Erdogan is cutting short his regional tour to go home after Friday’s attack, the deadliest by the Kurdish forces for a year.

 

We were in meetings when we heard this information. This is similar to an event last May in the same region. The news we have is that we have 50 martyrs. Two other soldiers are lost. 23 terrorists were put out of action and we have 20 wounded soldiers that were injured during the fight.

 

The United States military says two of its helicopters have crashed in the Iraqi capital Baghdad following a collision. A spokesman said the Black Hawk helicopters went down after dark in the Sunni district of Adhamiyah. Officials said an Iraqi soldier was killed and four others were injured, two of them, American military personnel.

 

The government in Italy has deployed 500 troops around the southern town of Caserta near Naples where thousands of people have been demonstrating against racism and the apparent mafia killing of six African immigrants last month. Italian police say they believe the Neapolitan mafia, the Camorra, shot dead the immigrants to warn off Africans who got involved in the drugs trade.

 

And that’s the latest BBC News.  
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BBC News with Joe Macintosh.

 

Another major European bank is close to collapse following the failure of talks to rescue Germany second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate. The announcement comes as leaders of the major European economies agree to work together to help the troubled financial institutions. Emergency talks in Paris failed to bring the announcement of any big bailout plan similar to that in the United States. Alasdair Sandford reports from Paris.

 

Not long after the end of the summit came a reminder of how serious the crisis is, Germany second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate is in trouble again after banks and insurers pull out of the state-led rescue plan. Earlier, the four European leaders agreed at the summit there would be no European bailout fund for banks in trouble. President Sarkozy said they had promised to work together instead to support institutions that get into difficulty. President Sarkzoy and the head of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso said that the EU stroked budget rules will be applied flexibly during the current exceptional circumstances.       

 

 

Police in the Mexican city of Tijuana say they have discovered ten more murder victims in the city where gang-related violence has escalated in the past week. Police say five of the bodies were found in an abandoned van near a shopping center. Warren Bull, our America’s desk reports.

 

It’s been a particular bloody week even part stands of Tijuanan, a key transit point for drugs trafficked to the United States. More than 50 people have been killed in the city in seven days. And the brutal treatment of the victims has shocked residents used violence. State prosecutors blamed the murders on rival drug factions, including members of the Arellano Felix drug cartel. On Tuesday, the Mexican President Felipe Calderon sent a series of measures to Congress aimed at fighting the wave of drug-related violence in Mexico, that’s killed over 3,000 people this year.

 

North Korea’s reclusive leader Kim Jong-il is reported to have made his first public appearance since rumors surfaced that he had suffered a stroke. Here is Steve Jackson from our Asia Pacific desk.

 

It’s seven weeks since Kim Jong-il last appeared in public. And his absence has fueled much speculation that he is in poor health. South Korean Intelligence reporters say he fell ill in August, but he seems has made a slight recovery reportedly after a brain surgery. North Korea’s tightly controlled state media say Mr. Kim went to a football match in Pyongyang. But no details were given on his health. The rumors have raised questions about who’s been running the country in the interim and who will eventually succeed the 66-year-old autocrat.

 

Israel has accused North Korea of helping at least 6 mid-eastern countries to acquire weapons of mass destruction. An Israeli envoy told the annul conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency that North Korea was a dangerous and threatening proliferator of such weapons.

 

You are listening to the latest World News coming to you from the BBC.

 

The Indian army has deployed troops in two areas of the northeastern state of Assam after 11 people were killed in riots between local tribesmen and migrants of //. Among the dead were three people killed when police opened fire. The trouble began later on Friday when rumors spread that migrants had kidnapped one of the local Bodo tribesman. Several villages where the migrants have settled were attacked and they in turn attacked Bodo communities.

 

The Turkish government says the destruction of the Kurdish separatist rebels will now be its main priority. They are fighting for a homeland in the southeast of the country. The statement followed an emergency meeting of Turkey’s military leaders. Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Erdogan is cutting short of his regional tour to go home after Friday’s attack, the deadliest by the Kurdish forces for a year.

 

We were in meeting as we heard this information. This is similar to an event last May in the same region. The news we have is that we have 50 martyrs. Two other soldiers are lost. 23 terrorists were put out of action and we have 20 wounded soldiers that were injured during the fight.

 

The United States says two of its helicopters have crashed in the Iraqi capital Baghdad following a coalition. A spokesman says the Black Hawk helicopters wend down after dark in the Sunni district of Adhamiyah. Officials said an Iraqi soldier was killed and four others were injured. Two of them are American military personae.

 

The government in Italy has deployed 500 troops around the southern town of Caserta near Naples where thousands of people have been demonstrating against races on an apparently mafia killing of six African immigrants last month. Italian police say they believe the Neapolitan mafia, the Camorra shot dead immigrants to warn of Africans who got involved in the drugs trade.

 

And that’s the latest BBC News.         

   

 

 

 

                                                                                        

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BBC News with Joe Macintosh.

 

Another major European bank is close to collapse following the failure of talks to rescue Germany’s second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate. The announcement comes as leaders of the major European economies agree to work together to help their troubled financial institutions. Emergency talks in Paris failed to bring an announcement of any big bailout plan similar to that in the United States. Alasdair Sandford reports from Paris.

 

Not long after the end of the summit came a reminder of how serious the crisis is, Germany’s second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate is in trouble again after banks and insurers pull out of a state-led rescue plan. Earlier, the four European leaders agreed at the summit there would be no European bailout fund for banks in trouble. President Sarkozy said they had promised to work together instead to support institutions that get into difficulty. President Sarkzoy and the head of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso said that the EU’s strict budget rules would be applied flexibly during the current exceptional circumstances.       

 

 

Police in the Mexican city of Tijuana say they have discovered ten more murder victims in the city where gang-related violence has escalated in the past week. Police say five of the bodies were found in an abandoned van near a shopping center. Warren Bull, our America’s desk reports.

 

It’s been a particularly bloody week even by the standards of Tijuanan, a key transit point for drugs traffic/ to the United States. More than 50 people have been killed in the city in seven days. And the brutal treatment of the victims has shocked residents used to violence. State prosecutors blamed the murders on rival drug factions, including members of the Arellano Felix drug cartel. On Tuesday, the Mexican President Felipe Calderon sent a series of measures to Congress aimed at fighting the wave of drug-related violence in Mexico, that’s killed over 3,000 people this year.

 

North Korea’s reclusive leader Kim Jong-il is reported to have made his first public appearance since rumors surfaced that he had suffered a stroke. Here is Steve Jackson from our Asia Pacific desk.

 

It’s seven weeks since Kim Jong-il last appeared in public. And his absence has fueled much speculation that he is in poor health. South Korean Intelligence report/s say he fell ill in August, but he seems / made a slight recovery reportedly after a brain surgery. North Korea’s tightly controlled state media say Mr. Kim went to a football match in Pyongyang. But no details were given on his health. The rumors have raised questions about who’s been running the country in the interim and who will eventually succeed the 66-year-old autocrat.

 

Israel has accused North Korea of helping at least 6 mid-eastern countries to acquire weapons of mass destruction. An Israeli envoy told the annual conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency that North Korea was a dangerous and threatening proliferator of such weapons.

 

You are listening to the latest World News coming to you from the BBC.

 

The Indian army has deployed troops in two areas of the northeastern state of Assam after 11 people were killed in riots between local tribesmen and migrants of //. Among the dead were three people killed when police opened fire. The trouble began later on Friday when rumors spread that migrants had kidnapped one of the local Bodo tribesman. Several villages where the migrants have settled were attacked and they in turn attacked Bodo communities.

 

The Turkish government says that the destruction of the Kurdish separatist rebels will now be its main priority. They are fighting for a homeland in the southeast of the country. The statement followed an emergency meeting of Turkey’s political and military leaders. Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Erdogan is cutting short /his regional tour to go home after Friday’s attack, the deadliest by the Kurdish forces for a year.

 

We were in meetings when we heard this information. This is similar to an event last May in the same region. The news we have is that we have 50 martyrs. Two other soldiers are lost. 23 terrorists were put out of action and we have 20 wounded soldiers that were injured during the fight.

 

The United States military says two of its helicopters have crashed in the Iraqi capital Baghdad following a coalition. A spokesman said the Black Hawk helicopters went down after dark in the Sunni district of Adhamiyah. Officials said an Iraqi soldier was killed and four others were injured. Two of them are American military personnel.

 

The government in Italy has deployed 500 troops around the southern town of Caserta near Naples where thousands of people have been demonstrating against races on the near parent/ mafia killing of six African immigrants last month. Italian police say they believed the Neapolitan mafia, the Camorra shot dead immigrants to warn off Africans who got involved in the drugs trade.

 

And that’s the latest BBC News.         

   

 

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BBC News with Joe Macintosh.

Another major European bank is close to collapse following the failure of talks to rescue Germany's second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate. The announcement comes as leaders of the major European economies agree to work together to help their troubled financial institutions. Emergency talks in Paris failed to bring an announcement of any big bail-out plan similar to that in the United States. Alasdair Sandford reports from Paris.

Not longer after the end of the summits came a reminder of how serious the crisis is, Germany's second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate is in trouble again after banks and insurers pulled out of a state-led rescue plan. Earlier, the four European leaders agreed at the summits there will be no European bail-out fund for banks in trouble. President Sarkozy said they had promised to work together instead to support institutions to get into difficulty. President Sarkozy and the Head of the European Commission, José Manuel Barroso, said that the EU strict budget rules would be applied flexibly during the current exceptional circumstances.

Police in the Mexican City of Tijuana say they've ten more murder victims in a city where gang-related violence has escalated in the past week. Police say five of the bodies were found in an abandoned van near a shopping center. Warren Bull of our America's desk reports.

It's been a particularly bloody week even for residents of Tijuana, a key transit point for drugs trafficked to the United States. More than fifty people have been killed in the city in seven days, and the brutal treatments to the victims have shocked residents used to violence. State prosecutors have blamed the murders on rival drug factions, including members of the Arellano Félix drug cartel. On Tuesday, the Mexico President Felipe Calderon sent a series of measures to Congress aimed at fighting the wave of drug-related violence in Mexico that's killed over 3,000 people this year.

North Korea's reclusive leader Kim Jong Il is reported to have made his first public appearance since rumors surfaced that he'd suffered a stroke. Here is Steve Jackson from our Asia Pacific desk.

It's seven weeks since Kim Jong Il last appeared in public, and his absence has fueled much speculation that he is in poor health. South Korean intelligence reports say he fell ill in August, but since made a slight recovery reportedly after a brain surgery. North Korea's tightly-controlled state media say Mr. Kim went to a football match in Pyongyang, but no details were given on his health. The rumors have raised questions about who's been running the country in the interim, and who will eventually succeed the 66-year-old autocrat.

Israel has accused North Korea of helping at least six Middle Eastern countries to acquire weapons of mass destruction. An Israeli envoy told the annual conference of the International Atomic Agency that North Korea was a dangerous and threatening proliferater of such weapons.

You are listening to the latest World News coming to you from the BBC.

The Indian army has deployed troops in two areas of the northeastern state of Assam after eleven people were killed in riots between local tribesmen and migrants of Bengali dissent. Among the dead were three people killed when police opened fire. The trouble began later on Friday when rumors spread that the migrants had kidnapped one of the local Bodo tribesmen. Several villages where the migrants have settled were attacked and they in turn attacked Bodo communities.

The Turkish government says that the destruction of the Kurdish separatist rebels will now be its main priority. They are fighting for a homeland in the southeast of the country. The statement followed an emergency meeting of Turkey's political and military leaders. Turkey's Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, is cutting short his original tour to go home after Friday's attack -- the deadliest by the Kurdish forces for a year.

We were in meetings when we heard this information. This is similar to an event last May in the same region. The news we have is that we have 50 martyrs, two other soldiers are lost, 23 terrorists were put out of action and we have 20 wounded soldiers that were injured during the fights.

The United States military says two of its helicopters have crashed in the Iraqi capital Baghdad following a collision. The spokesman said the black Hawk helicopters went down after dark in the Sunni district of Adhamiya. Officials said an Iraqi soldier was killed and four others were injured, two of them are American military personnel.

The government in Italy has deployed 500 troops around the southern town of Caserta, near Naples, where thoudans of people have been demonstrating against racism and the apparent mafia killing of six African immigrants last month. Italian police say they believe the Neapolitan mafia, the Camorra, shot dead the immgrants to warn off Africans who got involved in the drugs trade.

And that's the latest BBC News.

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BBC news with Joe Macintosh

 

Another major European bank is to close, is close to collapse following the failure of talks to rescue Germany’s second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate. The announcement comes as leaders of the major European economies agreed to work together to help the troubled financial institutions. Emergency talks in Paris failed to bring an announcement of any big bailout plan similar to that in the United States. Alasdair Sanford reports from Paris.

 

Not long after the end of the summits came a reminder of how serious the crisis is. Germany’s second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate is in trouble again after banks and insurers pulled out the state-led rescue plan. Earlier the four European leaders agreed at the summits there would be no European bailout funds for banks in trouble. President Sarkozy said they have promised to work together instead to support institutions that get into difficulty. President Sarkozy and the head of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso said that the EU’s strict budget rule will be applied flexibly during the current exceptional circumstances.

 

Police in the Mexican city of Tijuana say they’ve discovered ten more murder victims in a city where gang-related violence had escalated in the past week. Police say five of the bodies have been found in an abandoned van near a shopping center. Warren Bull of our America desk reports.

 

It’s been a particularly bloody week even by the standards of Tijuana, a key transit point for drugs traffic to the United States. More than 50 people have been killed in the city in seven days and the brutal treatment to the victims had shocked the residents used to violence. State prosecutors blamed murders of rival drug factions including members of the Arellano Felix drug cartel drug cartel.  On Tuesday, the Mexican president Felipe Calderon sent a serious of measures to Congress aimed at fighting the wave of drug-related violence in Mexico that has killed 3000 people this year

 

North Korea’s reclusive leader Kim Jong Il is reported to have made his first public appearance since rumor surfaced that he had suffered a stroke Here’s Steve Jackson from our Asia Pacific desk. In seven week since Kim Jong Il last appeared in public and his absence has fueled much speculation that he is in poor health South Korean intelligence report said he fell ill in August, but since had made a slight recovery, reportedly after brain surgery. North Korea’s tightly controlled stated media said Mr. Kim went to a football match in Pyongyang but no detail was given on his health. The rumor had raised questions about who’s been running the country in the interim and who would eventually succeed the 66 year-old autocrat.

 

Israel has accused North Korea of helping at least 6 Middle Eastern countries to acquire weapons of mass destruction. Israeli envoy told the annul conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency that North Korea was a dangerous and threatening proliferators of such weapons.

 

You are listening to the latest world news coming to you from the BBC.

 

The Indian army has deployed troops in two areas of the North East state of Assam after 11 people were killed in riots between local tribesmen and migrates of / descent. Among the dead were three people killed when police opened fire. The trouble began late on Friday when rumors spread that the migrants had kidnapped one of the local Bodo tribesmen. Several villages where the migrants have settled were attacked. d they in turn attacked the Bodo communities.

 

 

 The Turkish government says that the destruction of the Kurdish separatist rivals will now be its main priority. They are fighting for a homeland in the southeast of the country. The statement followed an emergency meeting of Turkey’s political and military leaders. Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is cutting short of its regional tour to go home after Friday’s attack, the deadliest by the Kurdish forces for year.

 

“We were in meetings when we heard this information. This is somewhat to advance last May in the same region. The news we have is that we have 15 martyrs, two other soldiers are lost, 23 terrorists were put out of action, and we have 20 wounded soldiers that were injured during the fight.”

 

The United States military said two of its helicopters have crashed in the Iraqi capital Baghdad following a collision. The Spokesman said the blackhawk helicopters went down after dark Sunni district of Adhamiyah official say an Iraqi soldier was killed four other were injured, two of the American military personnel.

 

 

The government in Italy has deployed 500 troops around the southern town of Caserta near Naples where thousands of people have been demonstrating against racism in the apparent massive killing of 6 African immigrants last month. Italian police say they believe the near politan mafia The Camorra shot dead the immigrants to warn all the Africans who got involved in the drugs trade. And that’s the latest BBC news.

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BBC News with Joe Macintosh.

 

Another major European bank is close to collapse following the failure of talks to rescue Germany second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate. The announcement comes as leaders of the major European economies agree to work together to help the troubled financial institutions. Emergency talks in Paris failed to bring the announcement of any big bailout plan similar to that in the United States. Alasdair Sandford reports from Paris.

 

Not long after the end of the summit can go a reminder of how serious the crisis is, Germany second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate is in trouble again after banks and insurers pull out of the state-led rescue plan. Earlier, the four European leaders agreed at the summit there would be no European bailout fund for banks in trouble. President Sarkozy said they had promised to work together instead to support institutions that get into difficulty. President Sarkzoy and the head of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso said that the EU stroked budget rules will be applied flexibly during the current exceptional circumstances.       

 

 

Police in the Mexican city of Tijuana say they have discovered ten more murder victims in the city where gang-related violence has escalated in the past week. Police say five of the bodies were found in an abandoned van near a shopping center. Warren Bull, our America’s desk reports.

 

It’s been a particular bloody week even part stands of Tijuana/n/, a key transit point for drugs trafficked to the United States. More than 50 people have been killed in the city in seven days. And the brutal treatment of the victims has shocked residents used violence. State prosecutors blamed the murders on rival drug factions, including members of the Arellano Felix drug cartel. On Tuesday, the Mexican President Felipe Calderon sent a series of measures to Congress aimed at fighting the wave of drug-related violence in Mexico, that’s killed over 3,000 people this year.

 

North Korea’s reclusive leader Kim Jong-il is reported to have made his first public appearance since rumors surfaced that he had suffered a stroke. Here is Steve Jackson from our Asia Pacific desk.

 

It’s seven weeks since Kim Jong-il last appeared in public. And his absence has fueled much speculation that he is in poor health. South Korean Intelligence reporters say he fell ill in August, but he seems has made a slight recovery reportedly after a brain surgery. North Korea’s tightly controlled state media say Mr. Kim went to a football match in Pyongyang. But no details were given on his health. The rumors have raised questions about who’s been running the country in the interim and who will eventually succeed the 66-year-old autocrat.

 

Israel has accused North Korea of helping at least 6 mid-eastern countries to acquire weapons of mass destruction. An Israeli envoy told the annul conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency that North Korea was a dangerous and threatening proliferator of such weapons.

 

You are listening to the latest World News coming to you from the BBC.

 

The Indian army has deployed troops in two areas of the northeastern state of Assam after 11 people were killed in riots between local tribesmen and migrants of //descent. Among the dead were three people killed when police opened fire. The trouble began later on Friday when rumors spread that migrants had kidnapped one of the local Bodo tribesman. Several villages where the migrants have settled were attacked and they in turn attacked Bodo communities.

 

The Turkish government says the destruction of the Kurdish separatist rebels will now be its main priority. They are fighting for a homeland in the southeast of the country. The statement followed an emergency meeting of Turkey’s military leaders. Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Erdogan is cutting short of his regional tour to go home after Friday’s attack, the deadliest by the Kurdish forces for a year.

 

We were in meeting as we heard this information. This is similar to an event last May in the same region. The news we have is that we have 50 martyrs. Two other soldiers are lost. 23 terrorists were put out of action and we have 20 wounded soldiers that were injured during the fight.

 

The United States military says two of its helicopters have crashed in the Iraqi capital Baghdad following a coalition. A spokesman said the Black Hawk helicopters went down after dark in the Sunni district of Adhamiyah. Officials said an Iraqi soldier was killed and four others were injured. Two of them are American military personnel.

 

The government in Italy has deployed 500 troops around the southern town of Caserta near Naples where thousands of people have been demonstrating against races on an apparently mafia killing of six African immigrants last month. Italian police say they believe the Neapolitan Mafia, the Camorra shot dead immigrants to warn of Africans who got involved in the drugs trade.

 

And that’s the latest BBC News.         

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BBC News with Joe Macintosh.

 

Another major European bank is close to collapse following the failure of talks to rescue Germany’s second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate. The announcement comes as leaders of the major European economies agree to work together to help their troubled financial institutions. Emergency talks in Paris failed to bring an announcement of any big bail-out plan similar to that in the United States. Alasdair Sandford reports from Paris.

 

Not longer after the end of the summits came a reminder of how serious the crisis is, Germany’s second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate is in trouble again after banks and insurers pulled out of a state-led rescue plan. Earlier, the four European leaders agreed at the summits that there would be no European bail-out fund for banks in trouble. President Sarkozy said they had promised to work together instead to support institutions that get into difficulty. President Sarkzoy and the Head of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, said that the EU’s strict budget rules would be applied flexibly during the current exceptional circumstances.       

 

Police in the Mexican city of Tijuana say they have discovered ten more murder victims in the city where gang-related violence has escalated in the past week. Police say five of the bodies were found in an abandoned van near a shopping center. Warren Bull of our America’s desk reports.

 

It’s been a particularly bloody week even by the standards of Tijuanan, a key transit point for drugs trafficked to the United States. More than 50 people have been killed in the city in seven days. And the brutal treatment of the victims has shocked residents used to violence. State prosecutors blamed the murders on rival drug factions, including members of the Arellano Felix drug cartel. On Tuesday, the Mexican President Felipe Calderon sent a series of measures to Congress aimed at fighting the wave of drug-related violence in Mexico, that’s killed over 3,000 people this year.

 

North Korea’s reclusive leader Kim Jong-il is reported to have made his first public appearance since rumors surfaced that he had suffered a stroke. Here is Steve Jackson from our Asia Pacific desk.

 

It’s seven weeks since Kim Jong-il last appeared in public. And his absence has fueled much speculation that he is in poor health. South Korean Intelligence reports say he fell ill in August, but he seems made a slight recovery reportedly after a brain surgery. North Korea’s tightly-controlled state media say Mr. Kim went to a football match in Pyongyang. But no details were given on his health. The rumors have raised questions about who’s been running the country in the interim and who will eventually succeed the 66-year-old autocrat.

 

Israel has accused North Korea of helping at least 6 mid-eastern countries to acquire weapons of mass destruction. An Israeli envoy told the annual conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency that North Korea was a dangerous and threatening proliferator of such weapons.

 

You are listening to the latest World News coming to you from the BBC.

 

The Indian army has deployed troops in two areas of the northeastern state of Assam after 11 people were killed in riots between local tribesmen and migrants of Bengali dissent. Among the dead were three people killed when police opened fire. The trouble began later on Friday when rumors spread that migrants had kidnapped one of the local Bodo tribesman. Several villages where the migrants have settled were attacked and they in turn attacked Bodo communities.

 

The Turkish government says that the destruction of the Kurdish separatist rebels will now be its main priority. They are fighting for a homeland in the southeast of the country. The statement followed an emergency meeting of Turkey’s political and military leaders. Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Erdogan is cutting short his regional tour to go home after Friday’s attack, the deadliest by the Kurdish forces for a year.

 

We were in meetings when we heard this information. This is similar to an event last May in the same region. The news we have is that we have 50 martyrs. Two other soldiers are lost. 23 terrorists were put out of action and we have 20 wounded soldiers that were injured during the fight.

 

The United States military says two of its helicopters have crashed in the Iraqi capital Baghdad following a collision. A spokesman said the Black Hawk helicopters went down after dark in the Sunni district of Adhamiyah. Officials said an Iraqi soldier was killed and four others were injured. Two of them are American military personnel.

 

The government in Italy has deployed 500 troops around the southern town of Caserta near Naples where thousands of people have been demonstrating against racism and the apparent mafia killing of six African immigrants last month. Italian police say they believe/ the Neapolitan mafia, the Camorra shot dead the immigrants to warn off Africans who got involved in the drugs trade.

 

And that’s the latest BBC News.        
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Another major European bank is closed to collapse following the failure of talks to rescue Germany second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate.The announcement comes as leaders of the major European economies agree to work together to help the troubled financial institutions.Emergency talks in Paris failed to bring the announcement of any big bailout plan similar to that in the Unite States.

 

Not long after the end of the summit came a reminder of how serious the crisis is. Germany  second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate is in trouble again after banks and insurers pull out the state-led rescue plan.Earlier the four European leaders agreed at the summit that there would be no European bailout fund for banks in trouble. President Sarkozy said they had promised to work together in stead to support institutions that get into difficulty.President Sarkozy and the head of the European Commission ...said the EU strict budget rules will be applied flexibly during the current expectional circumstances.
 

 

[ 本帖最后由 Jane889 于 2008-10-5 11:27 编辑 ]
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Another major European bank is to close, its close to collapse following the failure of talks to rescue Germany’s second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate. The announcement comes as leaders of the major European economies agreed to work together to help their troubled financial institutions. The emergency talks in Paris failed to bring an announcement any big bail-out plan similar to that in the United States. XXX reports from Paris:

 

Not long after the end of the summits came a reminder of how serious the crisis is. Germany’s second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate is in trouble again after banks and insurers pulled out of a state-led rescue plan. Earlier, the 4 European leaders agreed at the summits that there would be no bail-out fund for banks in trouble. President Sarkozy said they had promised to work together instead to support institutions that get into difficulty. President Sarkozy and head of the EU commission Jose Manuel Barroso said that the EU strict budget rules would be applied flexibly to the current exceptional circumstances.

 

Police in the Mexican city Tijuana say they’ve discovered 10 more murdered victims in a city where gang related violence has escalated in the past week. Police say 5 of the bodies were found in an abandoned van near a shopping center. XXX of our American desk reports:

 

It’s been a particularly bloody week even by the standards of Tijuana, a key transit point for drugs traffic to the United States. More than 15 people have been killed in the city in 7 days, and the brutal treatment of the victims has shocked the residents used to violence. The state prosecutors blamed the murders on rival drug factions, including members of the Arellano Felix drug cartel. On Tuesday, the Mexican president Felipe Calderon sent a series of measures to congress aimed at fighting a wave of drug related violence in Mexico that’s killed over 3000 people this year.

 

North Korea’s reclusive leader King Jong-Ill is reported to have made his first public appearance since rumors surfaced that he suffered a stroke. Here’s Steve Jackson from our Asia Pacific desk:

 

It’s 7 weeks since Kim Jong-Ill last appeared in public, and his absence has fueled much speculation that he’s in poor health. South Korean intelligence reports say he fell ill in August, but since made a slight recovery, reportedly after a brain surgery. North Korea’s tightly state-controlled media say Mr. Kim went to a football match in Pyong Yang, but no detail was given on his health. Rumors have raised questions about who’s been running the country in the interim, and who will succeed the 66 year-old autocrat.

 

Israel has accused North Korea of helping at least 6 Middle East countries to acquire weapons of mass destruction. The Israeli envoy told at the annual conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency that North Korea was a dangerous and threatening proliferator of such weapons.

 

You’re listening to the latest world news coming to you from the BBC.

 

The Indian army has deployed troops in 2 areas of the northeastern state of Assam after 11 people were killed in riots between local tribesmen and migrants of Bengali descent. Among the dead were 3 people killed when police opened fire. The trouble began later Friday when rumors spread that the migrants kidnapped one of the local Bodos tribesmen. Several villages where the migrants have settled to protect, and they in turn attacked Bodos communities.

 

The Turkish government says the destruction of the Kurdish separatist rebels will now be its main priority. They’re fighting for a homeland in the southeast of the country. The statement followed in an emergency meeting of the Turkey’s political and military leaders. The Turkish prime minister ??? is cutting short his regional tour to go home after Friday’s attack, the deadliest by the Kurdish forces for a year.

 

“We were in meetings when we heard this information. This is similar to an event last may in the region. The news we have is that we have 50 martyrs, 2 other soldiers are lost. 23 terrorists were pulled out of action, and we have 20 wounded soldiers that were injured during the fight.”

 

The United States military said 2 of its helicopters crashed in the Iraqi capital Baghdad following a collision. A spokesman said the black hawk helicopters went down after dark in the Sunni district of Adhamiyah. Officials say an Iraqi soldier was killed and 4 others were injured, 2 of them American military personnel.

 

The government in Italy has deployed 500 troops around the southern town of Carseta near Naples, where thousands of people have been demonstrating against racism in the apparent Mafia killing of 6 African immigrants last month. Italian police say they believe the Neapolitan Mafia the Camorra shot dead the immigrants to warn off Africans who got involved in the drugs trade.

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弱弱的问几个问题,见笑:

1.        fuel much speculation”是不是固定用法,怎么翻译啊?

2.        one of the local Bodo tribesman 与“one of the local Bodo tribesmen”有区别不,one of something 后面的something什么时候用复数,什么时候用单数?

3.         mafia是不是在专指黑手党时才大写,而指秘密政党或组织时小写?但有时候指秘密政党时也大写啊?

一步小心发了两遍,这个帖子怎么删掉啊?

[ 本帖最后由 ylem_ail 于 2008-10-5 13:35 编辑 ]

弱弱的问几个问题,见笑:

1.        fuel much speculation”是不是固定用法,怎么翻译啊?

2.        one of the local Bodo tribesman 与“one of the local Bodo tribesmen”有区别不,one of something 后面的something什么时候用复数,什么时候用单数?

3.         mafia是不是在专指黑手党时才大写,而指秘密政党或组织时小写?但有时候指秘密政党时也大写啊?

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BBC News with Joe Macintosh.

 

Another major European bank is close to collapse following the failure of talks to rescue Germany’s second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate. The announcement comes as leaders of the major European economies agree to work together to help their troubled financial institutions. Emergency talks in Paris failed to bring an announcement of any big bail-out plan similar to that in the United States. Alasdair Sandford reports from Paris.

 

Not long/ after the end of the summits came a reminder of how serious the crisis is, Germany’s second largest mortgage lender Hypo Real Estate is in trouble again after banks and insurers pulled out of a state-led rescue plan. Earlier, the four European leaders agreed at the summits that there would be no European bail-out fund for banks in trouble. President Sarkozy said they had promised to work together instead to support institutions that get into difficulty. President Sarkzoy and the Head of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, said that the EU’s strict budget rules would be applied flexibly during the current exceptional circumstances.       

 

Police in the Mexican city of Tijuana say they have discovered ten more murder victims in the city where gang-related violence has escalated in the past week. Police say five of the bodies were found in an abandoned van near a shopping center. Warren Bull of our America’s desk reports.

 

It’s been a particularly bloody week even by the standards of Tijuanan, a key transit point for drugs traffic/(还是觉得像名词,这个地方是通往美国的毒品交易的重要枢纽) to the United States. More than 50 people have been killed in the city in seven days. And the brutal treatment of the victims has shocked residents used to violence. State prosecutors blamed the murders on rival drug factions, including members of the Arellano Felix drug cartel. On Tuesday, the Mexican President Felipe Calderon sent a series of measures to Congress aimed at fighting the wave of drug-related violence in Mexico, that’s killed over 3,000 people this year.

 

North Korea’s reclusive leader Kim Jong-il is reported to have made his first public appearance since rumors surfaced that he had suffered a stroke. Here is Steve Jackson from our Asia Pacific desk.

 

It’s seven weeks since Kim Jong-il last appeared in public. And his absence has fueled much speculation that he is in poor health. South Korean Intelligence reports say he fell ill in August, but had since made a slight recovery reportedly after a brain surgery. North Korea’s tightly-controlled state media say Mr. Kim went to a football match in Pyongyang. But no details were given on his health. The rumors have raised questions about who’s been running the country in the interim and who will eventually succeed the 66-year-old autocrat.

 

Israel has accused North Korea of helping at least 6 mid-eastern countries to acquire weapons of mass destruction. An Israeli envoy told the annual conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency that North Korea was a dangerous and threatening proliferator of such weapons.

 

You are listening to the latest World News coming to you from the BBC.

 

The Indian army has deployed troops in two areas of the northeastern state of Assam after 11 people were killed in riots between local tribesmen and migrants of Bengali dissent. Among the dead were three people killed when police opened fire. The trouble began later on Friday when rumors spread that migrants had kidnapped one of the local Bodo tribesmen. Several villages where the migrants have settled were attacked and they in turn attacked Bodo communities.

 

The Turkish government says that the destruction of the Kurdish separatist rebels will now be its main priority. They are fighting for a homeland in the southeast of the country. The statement followed an emergency meeting of Turkey’s political and military leaders. Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Erdogan is cutting short his regional tour to go home after Friday’s attack, the deadliest by the Kurdish forces for a year.

 

We were in meetings when we heard this information. This is similar to an event last May in the same region. The news we have is that we have 50 martyrs. Two other soldiers are lost. 23 terrorists were put out of action and we have 20 wounded soldiers that were injured during the fight.

 

The United States military says two of its helicopters have crashed in the Iraqi capital Baghdad following a collision. A spokesman said the Black Hawk helicopters went down after dark in the Sunni district of Adhamiyah. Officials said an Iraqi soldier was killed and four others were injured. Two of them are American military personnel.

 

The government in Italy has deployed 500 troops around the southern town of Caserta near Naples where thousands of people have been demonstrating against racism and the apparent mafia killing of six African immigrants last month. Italian police say they believe the Neapolitan mafia, the Camorra shot dead the immigrants to warn off Africans who got involved in the drugs trade.

 

And that’s the latest BBC News.        

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a key transit point for drugs [which are ]trafficked to the United States.


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OK! accepted!

google IS powerful...

 

then, it should be :

 

Tijuana/, a key transit point for drugs trafficked to ....

 

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a sencond thought:

 

这里应该是drugs trafficked没错了。

我之前认为两种情况都对,听不到ed的音就更倾向名词了。但仔细看过之后发现如果是名词的用法,drug作为定语使用,是不加复数的。毒品交易通常应该是drug traffic!没有复数!

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