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BBC News with David Legg.

 

More details are emerging about the American helicopter attack into Syria on Sunday in which eight people were killed. American officials, who declined to be identified, said the target of the attack was Abu Ghadiya, the leader of a network that helps to smuggle foreign fighters from Syria into Iraq. The reports say that he was killed in the raid. Kim Ghattas reports from Washington.

 

The White House and the State Department have refused so far to comment publicly about the military strike. But they've also not denied the reports. Military officials in Washington speaking on condition of anonymity said the operation was successful. U. S. troops have been taking a more aggressive approach to tackling militants, launching cross-border attacks into Pakistan, for example, from Afghanistan. But the attack across the border into Syria is unlikely to be more than a one-off.

 The authorities in the United States say they have charged two men with threatening to kill the Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama as part of a plan to kill as many black people as possible. A number of guns including a sawed-off shotgun were seized during last week’s arrest in the state of Tennessee. Rachel Havey reports from Washington.

 

Federal agents say the two defendants aged 18 and 20 first met a month ago on the internet. Before long, they were discussing plans to kill 88 black people and behead 14 more. The alleged plot involved stealing from houses to finance a killing spree. The plan would have culminated in an attempted assassination of Barack Obama. In court documents, the two men are reported of saying that they would dress up in white tuxedos and top hats then drive their car as fast as possible towards Senator Obama, shooting at him from the windows.

 

The commander of the United Nations peacekeeping force in the Democratic Republic of Congo has resigned after being in the post for just four weeks. His resignation comes as some 20, 000 people are fleeing heavy fighting between government troops and rebels loyal to the renegade General Laurent Nkunda. Laura Trevelyan reports.

 

Senior UN officials expressed surprise that the general had left so quickly at a time when the situation on the ground is so precarious. A peace deal between the government and rebel groups collapsed in August, and now rebels loyal to Laurent Nkunda are advancing towards the key-strategic city of Goma in the east. U. N. peacekeepers have been firing on the advancing rebel forces. Local people accusing the U. N. of failing to protect them have rioted outside the U. N. base in Goma. One person was killed.

 

The longest-serving Republican senator in the United States, Ted Stevens, has been found guilty of corruption. Mr. Stevens who has been a senator of Alaska for 40 years was convicted of failing to report more than a quarter of a million dollars in gifts and home improvements from an oil company. During the trial, Mr. Stevens insisted he was innocent, saying he believed he’d paid for the home improvements. 

 

World News from the BBC.

 

Share prices in the United States and Europe have ended lower after a day of volatile trading but markets avoided the sharp falls experienced earlier in the Far East. The main Tokyo index lost nearly 6.5% to close at its lowest in 26 years. Hong Kong fell 12%. Shares on Wall Street closed down more than 2% while European markets also fell amid the growing belief that main developed countries are heading into recession.

 

Prosecutors in Mexico have revealed that employees of an elite crime-fighting unit were at the same time working for one of the country's drug cartels. They said police agents had passed sensitive information to the Beltran Leyva cartel. Warren Bull of our America’s desk reports. 

 

Mexico’s Assistant Attorney General Marisela Morales said some of those involved had allegedly received up to 450,000 dollars a month from the cartel in return for information on potential anti-drug raids and surveillance targets.

 

The revelation that the elite crime fighting unit may have been compromised for several years will be an embarrassment for President Felipe Calderon who came into office in 2006, promising to tackle the drug cartels and to reduce corruption by officials.

 

The Sudanese Foreign Ministry says that five of nine Chinese oil workers kidnapped more than a week ago have been killed. The ministry says two of the surviving men were wounded but managed to escape. It says that the remaining two are still being held. The Sudanese government says the oil workers were kidnapped by the Darfur rebel group, the Justice and Equality Movement.

 

A woman has been stoned to death in Somalia after an Islamic Court found her guilty of committing adultery. The woman Aisho Ibrahim Dhuhulow was killed in front of a large crowd in the southern port of Kismayo. It was the first such execution in Kismayo since Islamist insurgents captured the city from government-allied forces in August.

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BBC News with / McDonalds.

More details are emerging about American helicopters’ attack into Syria on Sunday in which eight people were killed. An American official who declined to be identified said the target of the attack was Abu Ghadiya, the leader of a network that helps smuggle foreign fighters from Syria into Iraq. Kim/ reports from Washington.

 

The White House and the State Department have refused so far to comment publicly about the military strike. But they were also not denied this report. Military officials in Washington speaking on conviction unanimity said the operation was successful, suggesting Abu Ghadiya had been killed. U.S. troops have been taking a more aggressive approach to attacking militants, launching cross-border attacks into Pakistan for example from Afghanistan. But the attack across the border to Syria is unlikely to be more than a one-off.

 

Regional talks on forming a power-sharing government in Zimbabwe failed to break the deadlock between President Robert Mugabe and the opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai. A statement issued at the end of the talks called for a broader regional summit to be held to continue negotiations. Catherine Ashley reports.

 

It was in September that Robert Mugabe and MorganTsvangirai signed, what was then held, the historic power-sharing agreement. But immediately talks on the formation of the government ran into deep trouble, with the two sides unable to agree on the distribution of key ministries, especially home affairs which controls Zimbabwe’s police. That issue has now led to the failure of the Harare talks. What hope is less for a resolution now rests on a broader regional summit which would be called to discuss the issue.

 

The commander of the United Nations peacekeeping force in the Democratic Republic of Congo has resigned after being in the post for just four weeks. The U.N.’s spokesperson said the resignation was for personal reasons. It comes some 20,000 people are fleeing heavy fighting between government troops and rebels. Laura Trivalin reports.

 

Senior U.N. official has expressed surprise that the general have left so quickly at a time when the situation on the ground is so precarious. A peace deal between the government and the rebel groups collapsed in August, and now rebels are advancing towards the key strategic city of Goma in east. U.N. peacekeepers have been firing on the advancing rebel forces. Local people are accusing the U.N. of failing to protect them / outside….(音频断……(×※%) the U.N. base in Goma. One person was killed.

 

Prosecuters in Mexico were reviewing the employees in an elite crime fighting unit while at the same time working for one of the country’s drug cartels. It’s said police agency and senior officials have passed sensitive information to the / cartel. what has been described the worse case of infiltration by traffickers of the Mexican law and enforcement system in a decade.

 

You are listening to the World News, from the BBC.

 

The authorities in the United States said they have charged two men who have threaten to kill the Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, as part of the plan to kill as many black people as possible. The two men were arrested last week in the State of Tennessee. A number of guns including a sum of short guns were seized during the arrest.

 

The longest-serving Republican senator in the United States Ted Stevens had been found guilty of corruption. A jury in Washington convicted Mr. Stevens of failing to disclose that he received gifts from an oil company. From the U.S. capital, /

 

The Jury found Ted Stevens guilty of lying about more than a-quarter-of-a-million-dollar’s worth of gifts he was been given by the oil firm VECO. They include renovations on his resort home in Alaska, a discount on the brand new Land Rover and a massage chair. During the trial, he insisted he was innocent, telling the court he believed he’d pay for the home improvements, and some of the gifts were only loaned to him. Next week, he’s up to re-election in what has become a hotly- fought contest. But this verdict could have an impact on his political future.

 

The Sudanese foreign ministry said five of the nine Chinese oil workers kidnapped more than a week ago have been killed The ministry said two of the surviving men were wounded but managed to escape. It said the remaining two were still being held. The Sudanese government said the oil workers were kidnapped by the Darfur rebel group, the Justice and Equality Movement.

 

The Israeli president Shimon Peres has told the parliament after consulting all political parties on the possibility of forming a government. No option remained except to hold a general election. His statement comes a day after the foreign minister Tzipi Livni who had the largest party told Mr. Peres she had given up attempts to form a viable coalition. Deputies now have three weeks to …..

 

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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

 

 

More details are emerging about the American helicopter attack into Syria on Sunday in which eight people were killed. American officials who declined to be identified/ said the target of the attack of Abu Ghadiyain, the leader of a network that helps to smuggle foreign fighters from Syria into Iraq. Kim Ghattas reports from Washington.

 

 

The White House and the State Department have refused so far to comment publicly about the ministry strike/ but they've also not denied the reports. Ministry officials in Washington speaking on conditions of a/ said the operation was successful, suggesting Abu Ghadiyain had been killed. U.S. troops have been taking in more aggressive approach to tackling militants, launching cross-border attacks into Pakistan, for example, from Afghanistan. But the attack across the border into Syria is unlikely to be more than an one-off.

 

 

Regional talks on forming a power-sharing government in Zimbabwe have failed to break the deadlock between President Robert Mugabe and the main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangaria. A statement issued at the end of talks called for a broader regional summit to be held to continue negotiations. Catherine Utley reports.

 

 

It was in September that Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangarai signed what was then held as a historic power-sharing agreement. But immediately talks on the formation of a government ran into deep trouble with the two sides unable to agree on the distribution of key ministries, especially home affairs which controls Zimbabwe's police. That issue has now led to the failure of the Harare talks. What hope is left for a resolution now rests on a broader regional summit which will be called to discuss the issue.

The commander of the United Nations peacekeeping force in the Democratic Republic of Congo has resigned after being in the post for just four weeks. The UN spokesperson said the resignation was for personal reasons. It comes at some 20,000 people are fleeing heavy fighting between government troops and rebels. Laura Trevelyan reports.

 

 

Senior UN officials expressed surprise that the general had left so quicklyat a time when the situation on the ground is so precarious. A peace deal between the government and rebel groups collapsed in  August and now rebels groups are advancing toward the key strategic city of Goma in east. UN peacekeepers have been firing on advancing rebel forces. Local people accusing the UN of failing to protect their / outside the UN base in Goma. One person was killed.

 

 

Prosecutors in Mexico have revealed that employees of an elite crime-fighting unit were at the same time working for one of the country's drug cartels. They said police agency and senior officials have passed sensitive information to the Beltran Leyva  cartel in what's been described as the worst case of infiltration by trafficker of  Mexican law enforcement system in a decade.

 

 

You are listening to World News from the BBC.

 

 

The authorities in the United States say they have charged two men who threatened to kill Democratic Presidential Candidate Barack Obama as part of a plan to kill as many black people as possible. The two men were arrested last week in the state of Tennessee. A number of guns including a / shotgun were seized during the arrest.

 

 

The longest serving Republican senator in the United States Ted Stevens has been found guilty of corruption and jury in Washington convicted Mr. Ted Stevens of failing to disclose that he received gifts from an oil company. From the U.S. capital, here is //.

 

 

The jury found Ted Stevens guilty of lying about more than a quarter of a million dollars worth of gifts he had been given by the oil firm  VECO. They include renovations on his resorts home in Alaska, a discount on the brand-new Land Rover and a /'s chair. During the trial he insisted he was innocent, telling the court he believed he'd paid for the home improvements and that some of the gifts were only loaned to him. Next week he is up for reelection in what's become a hotly-fault/ contest but this verdict could have an impact on his political future.

 

 

The Sudanese Foreign Ministry says that five of nine Chinese oil workers kidnapped more than a week ago have been killed. The Ministry says two of the surviving men were wounded but managed to escape. It says the remaining two were still being held. The Sudanese government says the oil workers were kidnapped by the Darfur rebel group, the Justice and Equality Movement.

 

 

The Israeli President  Shimon Peres told parliament that after consulting all political parties on the possibility of forming a new government, no option remained except to hold a general election. The statement comes a day after the Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni who heads the largest party told Mr. Peres that she'd given up attempts to form a viable coalition. Deputies now have three weeks to discuss...


 

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BBC News with  Fiona  McDonalds.

More details are emerging about American helicopters’ attack in Syria on Sunday in which eight people were killed. An American official who declined to be identified said the target of the attack was Abuhadia, the leader of a network that helped smuggle fighters foreign  from Syria into Iraq. Kim Karta reports from Washington.

 

The White House and the State Department have refused so far to comment publicly about the military strike. But they have also not denied the reports. Military officials in Washington speaking on condition unanimity said the operation was successful, suggesting A* had been killed. U.S. troops have been taking more aggressive approach to attacking militants, launching cross-border attacks into Pakistan for example from Afghanistan. But the attack across border to Syria is unlikely to be more than one off.

 

Regional talks to form a power-sharing government in Zimbabwe failed to break the deadlock between Robert Mugabe and the opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai. A statement has issuesd at the end of the talks called for a broader regional summit to be held to continue negotiations. Catherine Ashley reports.

 

It was in September that Robert Mugabe and Mr.Tsvangirai signed a downhill to this historic power-sharing agreement. But immediately talks on the formation of the government ran into deep trouble, with the two sides unable to agree on the distribution of the key ministries, especially the home affairs which controls Zimbabwe’s police. That issue had not led to the failure of the Harare talks. What hope is less for resolution now rest on a broader regional summit which would be called to discuss the issue.

 

The commander of the United Nations peacekeeping force in the Democratic Republic of Congo has resigned after being in the post for just four weeks. The U.N. spokesperson said the resignation was for personal reasons. It comes some 20,000 people are fleeing from heavy fighting between government troops and rebels. Laura Trivalin reports.

 

Senior UN official expressed surprise that the general have left so quickly at a time when the situation on the ground is so precarious. A peace deal between the government and the rebels groups collapsed in August, and now the rebels are advancing towards the key strategic city of Goma in east. U.N. peacekeepers have been firing on the advancing rebel forces. Local people are accusing the U.N. of failing to protect them have rocked outside….the U.N. base in Goma. One person was killed.

 

Prosecutors in Mexico were reviewing the employees in an elite crime fighting unit while at the same time working for one of the country’s drug cartel. It’s said police and senior officials have passed sensitive information to the bell chance leva cartel what has been described the worse case of infiltration by traffickers of Mexican law and enforcement system in a decade.

 

You are listening to the World News, from the BBC.

 

The authority in United States said they charged to two men was threatened to kill the Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, as part of the plan to kill as many black people as possible. The two men were arrested last Sunday in the State of Tennessee. A number of guns including a sum of short guns were seized during the arrest.

 

The longest-serving Republican senator in the United States Ted Stevens had been found guilty of corruption. A jury in Washington convicted Mr. Stevens of failing to disclose that he received gifts from an oil company. From the U.S. capital, /

 

The Jury found Ted Stevens guilty of lying about more than a-quarter-of-a-million-dollar worth of gifts he was been given by the oil firm Veko. They include renovation on his resort home in Alaska, a discount on the brand new Land rover and a massage chair. During the trial, he insisted he was innocent, telling the court he believed he’d pay for the home improvements, and some of the gifts were only loaned to him. Next week, he’s up to re-election in what has become a hotly fought contest. But this word could have an impact on his political future.

 

The Sudanese foreign ministry said five of the nine Chinese oil workers kidnapped more than a week ago have been killed The ministry said two of the surviving men were wounded but managed to escape. It said the remaining two were still being held. The Sudanese government said the oil workers were kidnapped by the Darfur rebel group, the Justice and Equality movement.

 

The Israeli president  Shimon Peres  has told the parliament after consulting all political parties on the possibility of forming a government. No option remained except for holding a general election. His state comes after the foreign minister / who had the largest party told President/ he has no attempt to form a coalition. Deputies now have three weeks to discuss…..

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BBC News with Fiona McDonald;

More details are emerging about the American helicopter attack into Syria on Sunday, in which eight people were killed. American officials who declined to be identified, said the target of the attack was Abu Ghadiya, the leader of network that helps smuggle foreign fighters from Syria into Iraq. Kim Ghattas reports from Washington.

The White House and State Department have refused so far to comment publicly about the military strike, but they have also not denied the reports. Military officials in Washington speaking on condition of anonymity said the operation was successful, suggesting Abu Ghattas had been killed. US troops have been taking a more aggressive approach to tackling militants, launching cross-border attacks into Pakistan, for example, from Afghanistan. But the attack cross the border into Syria is unlikely to be more than one off.

Regional talks on forming a power-sharing government in Zimbabwe failed to break the deadlock during President Robert Mugabe and the main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai. A statement issued at the end of the talks called for a broader regional summit to be held to continue negotiations. // reports.

It was in September that Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai signed what was then held as a historic power-sharing agreement. But immediately talks on the formation of government ran into deep trouble with the two sides unable to agree on the distributions of key ministries, especially Home Affairs which controls Zimbabwe's police. That issue has now led to the failure of Harare talks, what hope is less for a resolution, now rest on a broader regional summit which will be called to discuss the issue.

The commander of the United Nations peacekeeping force in the Democratic Republic of Congo has resigned after being in the post for just four weeks. A UN spokeswoman said the resignation was for personal reasons. It comes as some 20'000 people are fleeing heavy fighting between government troops and rebels. Laura Trevelyan reports.

Senior UN official expressed a surprise that the General had left so quickly, at the time when the situation on the ground is so precarious. A peace deal between the government and rebels groups collapsed in August and now rebels are advancing towards the key strategic city of Goma in the east. UN peacekeepers have been firing on the advancing rebel forces. Local people accusing the UN of failing to protect the

The UN basing Goma, one person was killed.

Prosecutors in Mexico have revealed that employees of an elite crime-fighting unit were at the same time working for one of the country's drug cartels. They said police agents and senior officials have passed sensitive information to the Beltran Leyva cartel in what's been described as the worst case of infiltration by traffickers of the Mexican law enforcement system in a decade.

You are listening to World News from the BBC.

The authorities in the United States said they have charged two men who have threatened to kill Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama as part of a plan to kill as many black people as possible, the two men were arrested last week in the state of Tennessee. A number of guns including a sawn-off shotgun were seized during the arrest.

The longest serving Republican Senator in the United States Ted Stevens has been found guilty of corruption. A jury in Washington convicted Mr. Stevens of failing to disclose that he received gifts from an oil company VECO. From US capitol here's ///.

The jury found Ted Stevens guilty of lying about more than a portion of a million of dollars worth of gifts he'd been given by the oil firm VECO, // include renovations on his results home in Alaska and discount a brand new land rover and a // chair. During the trial he insisted he was innocent, telling the court he believed he'd paid for the home // and some of the gifts were only loaned to him. Next week he was after for reelection in what's become a hotly fought contest. But this verdict could have an impact on his political future.

The Sudanese foreign ministry says that five of the nine Chinese oil workers kidnapped more than a week ago have been killed. The ministry says two of the surviving men were wounded but managed to escape, and says the remaining tours still been held. The Sudanese government says the oil workers were kidnapped by the Darfur rebel group, Justice and Equality Movement.

The Israel President Shimon Peres has told parliament that after consulting all political parties on the possibility of forming a government, no options remained except to hold a general election. The statement came a day after the Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni who held the largest party that he has given up attempts to form a violable coalition. Deputies now have three weeks to discuss.
 
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

 

More details are emerging about American helicopter attack into Syria on Sunday in which eight people were killed. American officials who declined to be identified said the target of the attack was Abuhadia, the leader of a network that helped to smuggle foreign fighters from Syria into Iraq. Kim Karta  reports from Washington.

 

The White House and the State Department have refused so far to comment publicly about the military strike. But they’ve also not denied the reports. Military officials in Washington speaking on condition of unanimity said the operation was successful, suggesting Abuhadia had been killed. U.S. troops have been taking a more aggressive approach to attacking militants, launching cross-border attacks into Pakistan for example from Afghanistan. But the attack across the border into Syria is unlikely to be more than a one-off.

 

Regional talks on forming a power-sharing government in Zimbabwe have failed to break the deadlock between President Robert Mugabe and the main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai. A statement issued at the end of the talks called for a broader regional summit to be held to continue negotiations. Catherine Hartley reports.

 

It was in September that Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai signed what was then held as a historic power-sharing agreement. But immediately talks on the formation of a government ran into deep trouble, with the two sides unable to agree on the distribution of key ministries, especially home affairs which controls Zimbabwe’s police. That issue has now led to the failure of the Harare talks. What hope is left for a resolution now rests on a broader regional summit which would be called to discuss the issue.

 

 

 

The commander of the United Nations peacekeeping force in the Democratic Republic of Congo has resigned after being in the post for just four weeks. The U.N. spokesperson said the resignation was for personal reasons. It comes as some 20,000 people are fleeing /heavy fighting between government troops and rebels. Laura Trivalin reports.

 

 

 

Senior UN official expressed surprise that the general have left so quickly at a time when the situation on the ground is so precarious. A peace deal between the government and rebel groups collapsed in August, and now the rebels are advancing towards the key strategic city of Goma in the east. U.N. peacekeepers have been firing on the advancing rebel forces. Local people are accusing the U.N. of failing to protect them from rioty outside the U.N. base in Goma. One person was killed.

 

Prosecutors in Mexico have reviewed the employees in an elite crime fighting unit while at the same time working for one of the country’s drug cartels. It’s said police and senior officials have passed sensitive information to the * cartel in what has been described as the worst case of infiltration by traffickers of the Mexican law /enforcement system in a decade.

 

 

 

You are listening to World News, from the BBC.

 

The authorities in the U.S. said they’ve charged two men with threating to kill Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, as part of a plan to kill as many black people as possible. The two men were arrested last week in the State of Tennessee. A number of guns including a sum of short guns were seized during the arrest.

 

The longest-serving Republican senator in the United States Ted Stevens has been found guilty of corruption. A jury in Washington convicted Mr. Stevens of failing to disclose that he received gifts from an oil company. From the U.S. capital, here’s *.

 

 

 

The jury found Ted Stevens guilty of lying about more than a quarter of a million dollars’ worth of gifts he had been been given by the oil firm Veko. They include renovations on his resort home in Alaska, a discount on the brand new land rover and a massage chair. During the trial, he insisted he was innocent, telling the court he believed he’d paid for the home improvements, and that some of the gifts were only loaned to him. Next week, he’s up for re-election in what has become a hotly fought contest. But this verdict could have an impact on his political future.

 

The Sudanese Foreign Ministry says that five of the nine Chinese oil workers kidnapped more than a week ago have been killed. The ministry said two of the surviving men were wounded but managed to escape. It says that the remaining two are still being held. The Sudanese government says the oil workers were kidnapped by the Darfur rebel group, the Justice and Equality Movement.

 

The Israeli president Shimon Peres has told parliament that after consulting all political parties on the possibility of forming a government, no option remained except to hold a general election. His statement comes a day after the foreign minister Tzipi Livni who heads the largest party told Mr. Peres that she had given up attempts to form a viable coalition. Deputies now have three weeks to discuss…

 

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BBC News with Fiona McDonald. More details are emerging about the American helicopter attack into Syria on Sunday, in which 8 people were killed. American officials who declined to be identified said the target of the attack was Abu ??, the leader of a network that helped to smuggle foreign fighters from Syria into Iraq. Kim Ghattas reports from Washington:

 

The White House and the State Department have refused so far to comment politically about the military strike. They’ve also not denied the reports. Military officials speaking on condition of anonymity said the operation was successful, suggesting Abu ?? had been killed. US troops have been taken a more aggressive approach to tackling militants, launching cross-border attacks into Pakistan, for example, from Afghanistan. But the attack across the border into Syria is unlikely to be more than one-off.

 

Regional talks on forming a power-sharing government in Zimbabwe failed to break the deadlock between Pr. Robert Mugabe and the main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangarai. A statement issued at the end of the talks called for a broader regional summit to be held to continue negotiations. Katherine Natalie reports:

 

It was in September that Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangarai signed what was then held as a historic power-sharing agreement. But immediately talks on the formation of a government ran into deep trouble, with two sides unable to agree on the distribution of key ministries, especially Home Affairs which controls Zimbabwe’s police. That issue has now led the failure in the Harari Talks. What hope is left for a resolution now rests on a broader regional summit which will be called to discuss the issue.

 

The commander of the United Nations peace keeping forces in the Democratic Republic of Congo has resigned after being in the post for just 4 weeks. A UN spokesperson said the resignation was for personal reasons. It comes as 20,000 people are fleeing heavy fighting between the government troops and rebels. Laura Trevelyan reports:

 

Senior UN officials expressed surprise that the general left so quickly at a time when the situation on the ground is so precarious. A peace deal between the government and rebel groups collapsed on August. Now rebels are advancing towards to the key strategic city of Goma in east. UN peace keepers have been firing on the advancing rebel forces. Local people accusing the UN of failing to protect them ?? outsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii(…)iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiid the UN base in Goma.

 

Prosecutors in Mexico have revealed that employees of an elite crime fighting unit were at the same time working for one of the country’s drug cartels. They said police agents and senior officials passed sensitive information to the Beltran Leyva cartel in what’s been described as the worst case of infiltration by traffickers of the Mexican law enforcement system in a decade.

 

You’re listening to World News from the BBC.

 

The authorities in the US say they’ve charged two men with threatening to kill the democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama as a part of plan to kill as many black people as possible. The two men were arrested last week in the state of Tennessee. A number of guns including a sawn-off shotgun were seized during the arrest. The longest serving republican senator Ted Stevens has been found guilty of corruption. A jury in Washington convicted Mr. Stevens of failing to disclose that he received gifts from an oil company. From the US capital, here’s XXX:

 

The jury convicted Ted Stevens of lying about more than a quarter of a million dollars worth of gifts he’s been given by the oil firm VECO. They include renovations on his resort’s home in Alaska, a discount on a brand new land rover, and a massage chair. During the trial, he insisted he was innocent, telling the court he believe he’d paid for the home improvements, and some of the gifts were only loaned to him. Next week, he’s up for re-election in what’s becoming a hotly fought contest. But this verdict could have an impact on his political future.

 

The Sudanese foreign ministry said the 5 of the 9 Chinese oil workers kidnapped more than a week ago had been killed. The ministry says 2 of the surviving men were wounded but managed to escape. It says the remaining 2 are still being held. The Sudanese government says the oil workers were kidnapped by the Darfur rebel group the Justice and Equality Movement.

 

The Israeli president Shimon Peres has told the parliament that after consulting all political parties on the possibility of forming a government, no option remained but to hold a general election. The statement comes a day after the foreign minister Tzipi Livni who heads the largest party, told Mr. that she’s given up attempts to form a viable coalition. Deputies now have 3 weeks to [the video clip ends here…]

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BBC News with Fiona  McDonalds.

More details are emerging about American helicopter attack into Syria on Sunday in which eight people were killed. American officials who declined to be identified said the target of the attack was Abuhadia, the leader of a network that helpto smuggle foreign  fighters from Syria into Iraq. Kim Ghattas reports from Washington.

 

The White House and the State Department have refused so far to comment publicly about the ministry strike. But they've also not denied the reports. Military officials in Washington speaking on conditions of unanimity said the operation was successful, suggesting Abu Ghadiyain had been killed. U.S. troops have been taking in more aggressive approach to tackling militants, launching cross-border attacks into Pakistan for example from Afghanistan. But the attack across the border into Syria is unlikely to be more than an one-off.

 

Regional talks on forming a power-sharing government in Zimbabwe have failed to break the deadlock between President Robert Mugabe and the main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai. A statement issued at the end of talks called for a broader regional summit to be held to continue negotiations. Catherine Utley reports.

 

It was in September that Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai signed what was then held as a historic  power-sharing agreement. But immediately talks on the formation of the government ran into deep trouble, with the two sides unable to agree on the distribution of the key ministries, especially the home affairs which controls Zimbabwe’s police. That issue has now led to the failure of the Harare talks. What hope is left for resolution now rests on a broader regional summit which will be called to discuss the issue.

 

The commander of the United Nations peacekeeping force in the Democratic Republic of Congo has resigned after being in the post for just four weeks. The U.N. spokesperson said the resignation was for personal reasons. It comes as some 20,000 people are fleeing heavy fighting between government troops and rebels. Laura Trevelyan reports.

 

Senior UN officials expressed surprise that the general had left so quickly at a time when the situation on the ground is so precarious. A peace deal between the government and rebel groups collapsed in August, and now the rebels are advancing towards the key strategic city of Goma in east. U.N. peacekeepers have been firing on the advancing rebel forces. Local people are accusing the U.N. of failing to protect them / outside….the U.N. base in Goma. One person was killed.

 

Prosecutors in Mexico have revealed the employees of an elite crime fighting unit were at the same time working for one of the country’s drug cartelsThey said police and senior officials have passed sensitive information to the  Beltran Leyva cartel in what has been described as the worst case of infiltration by traffickers of Mexican law and enforcement system in a decade.

 

You are listening to World News from the BBC.

 

The authorities in the United States say they have charged  two men who threatened to kill the Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, as part of a plan to kill as many black people as possible. The two men were arrested last week in the State of Tennessee. A number of guns including a sum of short guns were seized during the arrest.

 

The longest-serving Republican senator in the United States Ted Stevens has been found guilty of corruption. A jury in Washington convicted Mr. Stevens of failing to disclose that he received gifts from an oil company. From the U.S. capital, here is /

 

The jury found Ted Stevens guilty of lying about more than a-quarter-of-a-million-dollar(?) worth of gifts he'd been given by the oil firm VECO. They include renovations on his resortS home in Alaska, a discount on the brand-new Land Rover and a massage chair. During the trial, he insisted he was innocent, telling the court he believed he’d paid for the home improvements, and that some of the gifts were only loaned to him. Next week, he’s up to re-election in what has become a hotly fought contest. But this verdict could have an impact on his political future.

 

The Sudanese Foreign Ministry says five of the nine Chinese oil workers kidnapped more than a week ago have been killed. The ministry says two of the surviving men were wounded but managed to escape. It says the remaining two were still being held. The Sudanese government said the oil workers were kidnapped by the Darfur rebel group, the Justice and Equality Movement.

 

The Israeli President  Shimon Peres has told parliament that after consulting all political parties on the possibility of forming a new government. No option remained except to hold a general election. The state comes a day after the Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni who head the largest party told Mr. Peres  that she'd given up attempts to form a viable coalition. Deputies now have three weeks to …..

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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

 

More details are emerging about American helicopter attack into Syria on Sunday in which eight people were killed. American officials who declined to be identified said the target of the attack was Abu Ghadiya, the leader of a network that helped to smuggle foreign fighters from Syria into Iraq. Kim Ghattas reports from Washington.

 

The White House and the State Department have refused so far to comment publicly about the military strike. But they’ve also not denied the reports. Military officials in Washington speaking on condition of anonymity said the operation was successful, suggesting Abu Ghadiya had been killed. U.S. troops have been taking a more aggressive approach to attacking militants, launching cross-border attacks into Pakistan for example from Afghanistan. But the attack across the border into Syria is unlikely to be more than a one-off.

 

Regional talks on forming a power-sharing government in Zimbabwe have failed to break the deadlock between President Robert Mugabe and the main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai. A statement issued at the end of the talks called for a broader regional summit to be held to continue negotiations. Catherine Hartley reports.

 

It was in September that Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai signed what was then held as a historic power-sharing agreement. But immediately talks on the formation of a government ran into deep trouble, with the two sides unable to agree on the distribution of key ministries, especially home affairs which controls Zimbabwe’s police. That issue has now led to the failure of the Harare talks. What hope is left for a resolution now rests on a broader regional summit which would be called to discuss the issue.

 

 

 

The commander of the United Nations peacekeeping force in the Democratic Republic of Congo has resigned after being in the post for just four weeks. The U.N. spokesperson said the resignation was for personal reasons. It comes as some 20,000 people are fleeing heavy fighting between government troops and rebels. Laura Trevelyan reports.

  

 

Senior UN officials expressed surprise that the general have left so quickly at a time when the situation on the ground is so precarious. A peace deal between the government and rebel groups collapsed in August, and now the rebels are advancing towards the key strategic city of Goma in /the east. U.N. peacekeepers have been firing on the advancing rebel forces. Local people are accusing the U.N. of failing to protect them of riot outside the U.N. base in Goma. One person was killed.

 

Prosecutors in Mexico have reviewed the employees of an elite crime fighting unit while at the same time working for one of the country’s drug cartels. It’s said police and senior officials have passed sensitive information to the Beltran Leyva cartel in what has been described as the worst case of infiltration by traffickers of the Mexican law /enforcement system in a decade.  

 

 

You are listening to World News, from the BBC.

 

The authorities in the U.S. said they’ve charged two men with threatening to kill Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, as part of a plan to kill as many black people as possible. The two men were arrested last week in the State of Tennessee. A number of guns including a sum of short guns were seized during the arrest.

 

The longest-serving Republican senator in the United States Ted Stevens has been found guilty of corruption. A jury in Washington convicted Mr. Stevens of failing to disclose that he received gifts from an oil company. From the U.S. capital, here’s *.

  

 

The jury found Ted Stevens guilty of lying about more than a quarter of a million dollars’ worth of gifts he had been /been given by the oil firm Veco. They include renovations on his resort home in Alaska, a discount on a brand new land rover and a massage chair. During the trial, he insisted he was innocent, telling the court he believed he’d paid for the home improvements, and that some of the gifts were only loaned to him. Next week, he’s up for re-election in what has become a hotly fought contest. But this verdict could have an impact on his political future.

 

The Sudanese Foreign Ministry says that five of the nine Chinese oil workers kidnapped more than a week ago have been killed. The ministry said two of the surviving men were wounded but managed to escape. It says that the remaining two are still being held. The Sudanese government says the oil workers were kidnapped by the Darfur rebel group, the Justice and Equality Movement.

 

The Israeli president Shimon Peres has told parliament that after consulting all political parties on the possibility of forming a government, no option remained except to hold a general election. His statement comes a day after the foreign minister Tzipi Livni who heads the largest party told Mr. Peres that she had given up attempts to form a viable coalition. Deputies now have three weeks to discuss…

 

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BBC news, Fiona McDonald ,more details in about the American helicopter contract with Syria on Sunday ,in which 8 people were killed ,American official soon declared to be identified said the target of the attack was Abu Ghadiyain, the leader of the network to help the smuggle foreign fighter Syria into Iraq.  Kim Ghattas report from Washington

 

The white house said the department have fews so far to comment publicly about military strike ,but it was also denied the reports .Military official said in Washington speaking the condition by limit.S said the operation was successful ,suggesting Abu Ghadiyain had been killed.US troops have been taking more aggressive approach to attacking millitons, launching cross border into Pakistan for an example from Afghanistan .but the attack the bordery to Syria is unlikely to be more than the one off.

Regional talk some forming the government in Zimbabwe failed to break the deadlock the president Robert Mugabe and may opposition the Morgan Tsvangaria..the statement at the end of the talk from the called regional summit to be held to continue to negotiations  Catherine Utley reports.

It was since September Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangaria sign the book was held a history power sharing agreement ,but immediately told some information of the  government ran into deep trouble .but the two sides unable to agree on distribution the key ministries , especially home affairs which controls Zimbabwe's police . That issue has now let to a failure of  the horary talks ,what hope is left for the resolution now rest on the border regional some which will be court discuss the issue .

 

The commander of the united nations piece keeping speaking democratic republic of congoo ,as resign after been a post just for weeks ,US spokes person said the resignation was for personal reasons ,it comes on the 20000peopleare having fighting between the government troops and rebels  Laura Trevelyan  reports

Senior UN official expressed the surprised general had left so quickly ,at the time the situation of the ground of super carrians A piece still between the government and rebel groops callapse in  august ,and now rebels advances was into the wars key strategic city of Gomain the east .UN peace keepers firing on advancing rebels forces,local people was accusing UN for failing to protect ??one person is killed .

Prosecutors in Mexico were revealed the employees fighting unite ,the same time woking for wonderful country’s drugs ?,they said the police agency and senior officials have passed sensitive information ??most of been described the worst case of inffirtration by trafficers of the mexico law enforcement system in the decade. You are listening to world news from the bbc

 

The authorities of the united states says they charged 2 men which reckon to democratic presidential candidate Obama as a part of plan to kill as many black people as possible . the 2 men were arrested last weekend the state of Tennessee,A number of guns were including  ? shotgun seized during the arrest.

 

The longest of the public senator of the united states TeSteven has been found guilty in corruption and jury in Washington convict him a failing to disclose receive gifts to oil company ,from the US capital ???

The jury found TedSteven’s guilty of liying about more than a quarter of million dollars were the gifts he been given ,by the oil firm vehicle, then conclude the  revolution on his resort home in Alasca ,the discount a brand-new landrover and a massage chair ,juty trailed he is insisted he was innocent?/ believe paid for the whole improvments on the summer the gifts only loaned to him.next week he offer a relaxtion in what become a hotly fold contest ,but this verdict could have impact on his political future

The ?foreign ministry says that the 5of the 9 Chinese oil workers kidnaps more than a week ago had been killed .the ministry says 2 of the surviving men were wounded but manage to escape ,it says they remaining to been held .the S government says the oil workers were kidnap by the rebel group just the SD quality removement .

The Israly president  Shimon Peres  talked parliament after consulting all political parties on the possibility of the reforming of the government. No option remained except the whole general election . The statement come the day after the foreign minister?? would held the largest party ,??she give up the attempt to a viable  political coalition .,deputies now 3 weeks …..

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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

 

More details are emerging about the American helicopter attack into Syria on Sunday in which eight people were killed. American officials, who declined to be identified, said the target of the attack was Abu Ghadiya, the leader of a network that helps to smuggle foreign fighters from Syria into Iraq. Kim Ghattas reports from Washington.

 

The White House and the State Department have refused so far to comment publicly about the military strike. But they've also not denied the reports. Military officials in Washington speaking on condition of anonymity said the operation was successful, suggesting Abu Ghadiya had been killed. U. S. troops have been taking a more aggressive approach to attacking militants, launching cross-border attacks into Pakistan, for example, from Afghanistan. But the attack across the border into Syria is unlikely to be more than a one-off.

 

Regional talks on forming a power-sharing government in Zimbabwe failed to break the deadlock between President Robert Mugabe and the main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai. A statement issued at the end of the talks called for a broader regional summit to be held to continue negotiations. Catherine Hartley reports.

 

It was in September that Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai signed what was then held as a historic power-sharing agreement. But immediately talks on the formation of a government ran into deep trouble, with the two sides unable to agree on the distribution of key ministries, especially home affairs which controls Zimbabwe's police. That issue has now led to the failure of the Harare talks. What hope is left for a resolution now rests on a broader regional summit which will be called to discuss the issue.

 

The commander of the United Nation's Peacekeeping force in the Democratic Republic of Congo has resigned after being in the post for just four weeks. The U. N. spokesperson said the resignation was for personal reasons. It comes as some 20, 000 people are fleeing heavy fighting between government troops and rebels. Laura Trevelyan reports.

 

Senior UN officials expressed the surprise that the general had left so quickly at a time when the situation on the ground is so precarious. A peace deal between the government and rebel groups collapsed in August, and now rebels're advancing towards the key-strategic city of Goma in the east. U. N. peacekeepers have been firing on the advancing rebel forces. Local people are accusing the U. N. of failing to protect them of riot outside the U. N. base in Goma. One person was killed.

 

Prosecutors in Mexico reviewed their employees of an elite crime-fighting unit, while at the same time working for one of the country's drug cartels. It's ]said police agencies and senior officials have passed sensitive information to the Beltran Leyva cartel and more being described as the worst case of infiltration by traffickers of the Mexican law and enforcement system in a decade.

 

 

You are listening to World News, from the BBC.

 

The authorities in United States say they've charged two men with threaten to kill Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, as part of a plan to kill as many black people as possible. The two men were arrested last week in the State of Tennessee. A number of guns including a sum of short guns were seized during the arrest.

 

The longest-serving Republican senator in the United States, Ted Stevens, has been found guilty of corruption. A jury in Washington convicted Mr. Stevens of failing to disclose that he received gifts from an oil company. From the U. S. capital, here is *.

 

The jury found Ted Stevens guilty of lying about more than a quarter of a million dollars worth of gifts he had been given by the oil firm Veco. They include renovations on his resort home in Alaska, a discount on brand new land rover and a massage chair. During the trial, he insisted he was innocent, telling the court he believed he'd paid for the home improvments and some of the gifts were only loaned to him. Next week he's up for re-election in what become a hotly fought contest. But this verdict could have an impact on his political future.

 

The Sudanese Foreign Ministry says that five of the nine Chinese oil workers kidnapped more than a week ago have been killed. The ministry says two of the surviving men were wounded but managed to escape. It says that the remaining two are still being held. The Sudanese government says the oil workers were kidnapped by the Darfur rebel group, the Justice and Equality Movement.

 

The Israeli President Shimon Peres has told parliament that after consulting all political parties on the possibility of forming a government, no option remained except to hold a general election. His statement comes a day after the foreign minister Tzipi Livni who heads the largest party told Mr. Peres that she had given up attempts to form a variable coalition. Deputies now have three weeks to discuss

 

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