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BBC News with Ian Perdon.

The Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has said that Israel is not interested in remaining in Gaza and wants its troops out as quickly as possible. He was speaking a day after Israel announced a unilateral ceasefire in Gaza, and just hours after Hamas said its fighters and other Palestinian militant groups would also hold their fire. Adam Mynott reports from Jerusalem.

Surrounded by an array of European political leaders, some of whom were highly critical of Israel’s tactics in the conflict with Hamas, the Israeli prime minister said his country’s troops would leave Gaza as soon as possible. The European leaders have travelled to Israel to lend their support to the ceasefiresannounced by Hamas and Israel. They’ve urged Israel to open the border crossing points between Israel and the Gaza Strip. They have also stressed that it’s important to capitalize on the developments of the past 24 hours to reinvigorate the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians and put in place an enduring two-state solution.

In a televised speech, the top Hamas leader in Gaza Ismail Haniya has said that the Palestinian people had won a great victory over Israel. He said Israel’s three-week offensive in the Gaza Strip had not cowed the Palestinians. The ceasefire in Gaza remains fragile. Palestinian militants fired about twenty rockets over the border after the Israeli ceasefire announcement, and Israel responded with an air attack. Doctors say the bodies of 95 people have been recovered from the rubble. Thousands of Palestinians who fled their homes during the Israeli offensive have been returning from shelters and trying to recover their possessions. Our correspondent Christian Fraser is in the town of Rafa.

Life has returned to Rafa today. The market was opened for the first time in three weeks, and it was busy. Few would dare to leave their houses such was the intensity of the bombardment. Old friends and relatives hugged in the street. For others, it was a time to go home. 40,000 people left their houses close to the border, and many returned today to pick through the pieces desolation amid devastation.

The United States President-elect Barack Obama has told a crowd of tens of thousands at a concert in Washington that an enormous task lies ahead for America. The concert was the beginning of three days of festivities leading up to Mr. Obama’s inauguration on Tuesday. He said that with his nation at war and the economy in crisis, there were bound to be setbacks and false starts in the coming months. But he said his greatest hope was that the people of America who want a change could bring that change about.

“There is no doubt that our road will be long, that our climb will be steep, but never forget that the true character of our nation is revealed not during times of comfort and ease, but by the right we do when the moment is hard . I ask you to help reveal the character once more.”

World News from the BBC.

Researchers say they’ve found evidence that tens of millions of people from South Asia are almost guaranteed to suffer heart disease because of a single gene mutation that affects 4% of the region’s people. The researchers say this mutated gene has been found at roughly similar frequencies in India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Once people who have the mutation reach late middle age, their chance of developing heart disease rises dramatically, reaching up to 90%.

A senior Sunni politician has been killed in a suicide bombing in northern Iraq. Hassan Zaidan al-Luhaibi, the vice president of the Sunni National Dialogue bloc, was killed at a campaign meeting south of the city of Mosul. From Baghdad, Jonny Dymond reports.

Accounts of how Hassan Zaidan al-Luhaibi’s killer got into the campaign meeting differ, but his death has been confirmed by the police and the leader of his political party. As well as being a member of the national parliament and the deputy leader of the National Dialogue bloc, Mr. al-Luhaibi was a candidate in the forthcoming provincial elections. The National Dialogue bloc is one of the largest groups in the Iraqi Parliament Sunni Muslim Accordance Front . An eyewitness has also told the BBC that four local leaders were killed in the attack, but that’s not been confirmed by the police.

First indications from the local elections in the German state of Hesse suggest that the opposition Social Democrats have suffered a big setback. Exit Polls indicate the governing Christian Democrats look set to retain control of the state assembly in a coalition with the Free Democrats.

Voting is underway in El Salvador in local and parliamentary elections. Opinion Polls indicate that the party of the former left-wing guerillas could be poised to win its biggest electoral successes since the end of El Salvador’s bloody civil war 17 years ago. The former guerrilla's party, the FMLN, is ahead of the president’s right-wing Arena party in the polls.

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BBC News with //

 

The Israeli Prime Minister // has said that Israel is not interested in remaining in Gaza and wants its troops out as soon as possible. He was speaking the day after Israel announced a // ceasefire, and just hours after Hamas said its fighters and other Palestinian militant groups would also hold their fire. // reports from Jerusalem.

Surrounded by // of European political leaders, some of whom were highly critical of Israel’s tactics and conflicts with Hamas, the Israeli Prime Minister said his country’s troops would leave Gaza as soon as possible. The European leaders have travelled to Israel to lend their support to the ceasefire announced by Hamas and Israel. They’ve urged Israel to open the border crossing point between Israel and Gaza Strip. They’ve also stressed that it is important to capitalize on the developments of the past 24 hours to reinvigorate the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians, and put in place an enduring 2-state solution.

In a televised speech, the top Hamas leader in Gaza //, has said that Palestinian people have won a great victory over Israel. He said Israel’s 3-week offensive in Gaza Strip have not cowed the Palestinians.

The ceasefire in Gaza remains fragile. Palestinian militants fired about 20 rockets over the border after Israel’s ceasefire announcement and Israel responded with an air attack.

Doctors say the bodies of 95 people have been recovered from the rubbles.

 

Thousands of Palestinians who fled their homes during Israel’s offensives have been returning from shelters and trying to recover their positions. Our correspondent // is in the town of //.

Life has returned to // today. The market was opened for the first time in 3 weeks, and it was busy. Few would dare to leave their houses; such was the intensity of the bombardment. Old friends and relatives hugged in the street. For others it was a time to go home. 4000 people left their houses close to the border and many returned today to pick through the pieces. Desolation. // Devastation.

 

The United States President-elect Barack Obama has told a crowd of tens of thousands of at a concert in Washington, that an enormous task lay ahead for America. The concert was the beginning of 3 days of festivities that leading up to Mr. Obama’s inauguration on Tuesday. He said that with his nation at war and the economy in crises, there were bound to be setbacks and false starts in the coming months. But he said his greatest hope was that the people of America who wanted change could bring that change about.

There is no doubt that our road would be long; that our climb would be steep. But never forget, that the true character of our nation is revealed not during times of comfort and ease, but by the right we do when the moment is hard. I ask you to help reveal that character once more.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

Researchers say they found evidence that tens of millions of people from South Asia are almost guaranteed to suffer heart disease because of a single gene mutation that affects 4% of the region’s people. The researchers say this mutated gene has been found roughly similar frequency in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Once people who have the mutation reached late middle age, their chance of developing heart disease rises dramatically, reaching up to 90%.

A senior Saudi politician has been killed in a suicide bombing in Northern Iraq. // the vice president of the Saudi national dialogue blog was killed at campaign meeting south of the city //. From Bagdad, // reports.

Accounts of how //’s killer got into the campaign meeting differ, but his death has been confirmed by the police and the leader of his political party. As well as being a member of the National Parliament and the deputy leader of the national dialogue blog, Mr. // was a candidate in the forth coming provincial elections. The national dialogue blog is one of the largest groups in Iraqi Parliament //. An eye witness has also told the BBC that 4 local leaders were killed in the attack, but that’s not being confirmed by the police.

 

First indication from the local elections in the German State of Hessen suggests that the Opposition Social Democrats have suffered a big setback. Exit Polls indicate that the governing Christian Democrats looks set to retain control of the State Assembly, in the coalition with the Free Democrats.

 

Voting is underway in El Salvador in local and parliamentary elections. Opinion Polls indicate that the party of the former left-wing // could be // to win its  biggest electoral successes since the end of El Salvador’s bloody civil war 17 years ago. The former guerrilla party the FMLN is ahead of the President // ARENA party in the polls.

 

 

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BBC News with //

 

The Israeli Prime Minister Ehud OLMERT has said that Israel is not interested in remaining in Gaza and wants its troops out as soon as possible. He was speaking the day after Israel announced a unilateral ceasefire, and just hours after Hamas said its fighters and other Palestinian militant groups would also hold their fire. // reports from Jerusalem.

Surrounded by an array of European political leaders, some of whom were highly critical of Israel’s tactics and conflicts with Hamas, the Israeli Prime Minister said his country’s troops would leave Gaza as soon as possible. The European leaders have travelled to Israel to lend their support to the ceasefire announced by Hamas and Israel. They’ve urged Israel to open the border crossing point between Israel and Gaza Strip. They’ve also stressed that it is important to capitalize on the developments of the past 24 hours to reinvigorate the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians, and put in place an enduring 2-state solution.

In a televised speech, the top Hamas leader in Gaza //, has said that Palestinian people have won a great victory over Israel. He said Israel’s 3-week offensive in Gaza Strip have not cowed the Palestinians.

The ceasefire in Gaza remains fragile. Palestinian militants fired about 20 rockets over the border after Israel’s ceasefire announcement and Israel responded with an air attack.

Doctors say the bodies of 95 people have been recovered from the rubbles.

 

Thousands of Palestinians who fled their homes during Israel’s offensives have been returning from shelters and trying to recover their positions. Our correspondent // is in the town of Rafah.

Life has returned to Rafah today. The market was opened for the first time in 3 weeks, and it was busy. Few would dare to leave their houses; such was the intensity of the bombardment. Old friends and relatives hugged in the street. For others it was a time to go home. 4000 people left their houses close to the border and many returned today to pick through the pieces. Desolation. // Devastation.

 

The United States President-elect Barack Obama has told a crowd of tens of thousands of at a concert in Washington that an enormous task laid ahead for America. The concert was the beginning of 3 days of festivities that leading up to Mr. Obama’s inauguration on Tuesday. He said that with his nation at war and the economy in crises, there were bound to be setbacks and false starts in the coming months. But he said his greatest hope was that the people of America who wanted change could bring that change about.

There is no doubt that our road would be long; that our climb would be steep. But never forget, that the true character of our nation is revealed not during times of comfort and ease, but by the right we do when the moment is hard. I ask you to help reveal that character once more.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

Researchers say they found evidence that tens of millions of people from South Asia are almost guaranteed to suffer heart disease because of a single gene mutation that affects 4% of the region’s people. The researchers say this mutated gene has been found roughly similar frequency in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Once people who have the mutation reached late middle age, their chance of developing heart disease rises dramatically, reaching up to 90%.

A senior Saudi politician has been killed in a suicide bombing in Northern Iraq. // the vice president of the Saudi national dialogue blog was killed at campaign meeting south of the city //. From Bagdad, // reports.

Accounts of how //’s killer got into the campaign meeting differ, but his death has been confirmed by the police and the leader of his political party. As well as being a member of the National Parliament and the deputy leader of the national dialogue blog, Mr. // was a candidate in the forth coming provincial elections. The national dialogue blog is one of the largest groups in Iraqi Parliament //. An eye witness has also told the BBC that 4 local leaders were killed in the attack, but that’s not being confirmed by the police.

 

First indication from the local elections in the German State of Hessen suggests that the Opposition Social Democrats have suffered a big setback. Exit Polls indicate that the governing Christian Democrats looks set to retain control of the State Assembly, in the coalition with the Free Democrats.

 

Voting is underway in El Salvador in local and parliamentary elections. Opinion Polls indicate that the party of the former left-wing // could be // to win its  biggest electoral successes since the end of El Salvador’s bloody civil war 17 years ago. The former guerrilla party the FMLN is ahead of the President’s right-wing ARENA party in the polls.

 

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BBC News with Ann Patern.

The Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has said the Israeli is not insisted in remaining in Gaza but wants its troops out as quickly as possible. He was speaking the day after Israel announced a unilateral ceasefire in Gaza and just hours after Hamas said its fighters and other Palestinian militant groups would also have their firm. Andrew M reports from Jerusalem.

Surrounded by an array of European Political leaders, some of who were highly critical on Israel's tactics in the conflict with Hamas. The Israeli Prime Minister said his country's troops would leave Gaza as soon as possible.

The European leaders have traveled to Israel to lend a support to the ceasefire announced by Hamas and Israel. They've urged Israel to open the broad crossing points between Israel and Gaza strip. They have also strengthened the importance of capital lines on the developments of past 24 hours to reinvigorate the peace process between Israel and Palestinians and putting place on an enduring 2 states' solution.

In a televised speech, the top Hamas leader in Gaza, Eisenberg Haniya has said the Palestinian people were under a great victory over Israel. He said Israeli 3 week’s offensive in the Gaza strip has not caught the Palestinians. The ceasefire in Gaza remained fragile. Palestinian Militants fired about 20 rockets over the boarder after the Israeli ceasefire announcement and the Israel responded with an area attack. Doctors say the boarder's 95 people have been recovered from the rubble. Thousands of Palestinians who fled their homes during the Israeli offensive have been returning from shelters and trying to recover their possessions. Our correspondent Christian Fraser is in the town of Rafah.

Why could we return to Rafah today? The / was opened for the first time in 3 weeks and it was busy. They were dead to leave their houses such with the intensity of the bomb / , old friends and relatives had been in the street. For others, it was a time to go home, 40000 people left their houses close to the boarder and many returned today to picture the pieces. Decollations are meant devastations. The United States President-elect Barack Obama has told a crowd of tens of thousands at a concert in Washington that the enormous glad head for America. The concert was beginning of 3 days of festivities leading after Mr. Obama's inauguration on Tuesday. He said that with his nation at a whole and the economy increases, they will bound to set by a full starts in the coming month. But he said his greatest hope was the people of America who wanted a change could bring a change about.

There is no doubt that our road would be long, that our climb would be steep, but never forget that the true character of our nation is revealed not during times of comfort and ease but by the right we do when the moment is hard. I ask you to help rebuild that character once more.

World news from the BBC.

Researchers say they have found the evidence that the tens of millions of people from South Asia are almost guaranteed to suffer a heart disease because the single gene nutrition that affects 4% of the region's people. The researchers say this nitrated gene has been found roughly similar frequencies in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Once people who have the nutrition gene reached the late middle age, their chance of developing heart disease rises dramatically, reaching up to 90%.

A senior Sunni politician has been killed in a suicide bombing in northern Iraq, Hassan Zaidan al-Luhaibi, the vice president of Sunni National Dialogue bloc, was killed at a campaign meeting south of the city of Mosul. From Baghard, Johnny Dymond reports.

The accountants of how Hassan Zaidab al-Luhaibi's killer got into the campaign meeting differ, but his death has been confirmed by the police and the leader of his political party. As well as been a member of the National Parliament and the deputy leader of the National Dialogue bloc, Mr. al-Luhaibi was a candidate in the forth-coming provincial elections. The National Dialogue bloc is one of the largest groups in the Iraq Parliaments Sunni Muslim Accordance Front. An eyewitness has also told the BBC that 4 local leaders were killed in the attack. But that has not been confirmed by the police.

First indications from local elections in the German city of Hessen suggest the opposition the social democrats suffer a big setback, exposing the / governing Christian Democrats looks like retaining control the state stably in a coalition with the Free Democrats.

Voting is underway and suffers a door in local parliament elections. Opponents indicate the party of the former / gather could be posed the winners the biggest electoral success since the end of the suffer /// bloody civil war 17 years ago. The former/ was party in an effort of / is the head of president ran between other union party in the pose. BBC.

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  The Israeli prime minister ** has said that Israel is not interested in remaining in Gaza and wants his troops out as soon as possible. He was speaking a day after Israel announced a unilateral ceasefire in Gaza and just hours after Hamas said its fighters and other Palestinian militant groups would also hold their fire. ** reports from Jerusalem.

  Surrounded by an array of European political leaders some of whom were highly critical of Israel’s tactic in the conflict with Hamas , the Israeli prime minister said its troops would leave Gaza as soon as possible. The European leaders have traveled to Israel to lend their support to the ceasefire announced by Hamas and Israel. They’ve urged Israel to open the border crossing points between Israel and Gaza strip. They have also stressed that it is important to capitalize on the developments of the past 24 hours to reinvigorate the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians and put in place an enduring two-state solution.

  In a televised speech, the top Hamas leader in Gaza ** has said that the Palestinian people have won a great victory over Israel. He said Israel’s three-week offensive in Gaza has not ** the Palestinians. The ceasefire in Gaza remains fragile ,Palestinian militants fired about 20 rockets over the border after Israeli ceasefire announcement , and Israel responded with an air attack.

  Doctors say that the bodies of 95 people have been recovered from the rubble. Thousands of Palestinians who fled their homes during the Israeli offensive have been returning from shelters and trying to recover their possessions. Our correspondent ** is in the town of **

  Life has returned to ** today , the market was opened for the first time in 3 weeks and it was busy . Fewer dared to leave their houses such was the intensity of ** . Old friends and relatives hugged in the street. For others it was the time to go home. 40 thousand people left their houses close to the border and many returned today to pick through the pieces. ** in **

  The US president-elect Barak Obama has told a crowd of tens of thousands at a concert in Washington that an enormous task lay ahead for America. The concert was the beginning of three days’ festivity leading up to Mr. Obama’s inauguration on Tuesday. Ha said that with his nation at wall , and the economy in crisis , there are bound to be setbacks and false starts in the coming months ,but he said his greatest hope was that the people who wanted change could bring that change about. There is no doubt that our road will be long, that our climb will be steep, but never forget that the true character of our nation is revealed not during time of comfort needs ,but by the right we do as moments are hard . I ask you to help reveal that character once more.

  World news from the BBC.

  Researchers say they found evidence that tens of millions of people from south Asia are almost guaranteed to suffer heart disease because of a single gene mutation that affects 4 percent of the region’s people. The researchers say this mutated gene has been found roughly similar frequencies in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Once the people who have the mutation reached late middle age ,their chance of developing heart disease rises dramatically, reaching up to 90 percent.

  A senior Sunni politician has been killed in a suicide bombing in northern Iraq. *** , the vice president of Sunni national dialogue block was killed in a campaign meeting ,south of the city of ** *** from Bagdad ** reports Accounts of how **, the killer got into the meeting differ, but his death has been confirmed by the police and the leader of his political party As well as being a member of the parliament and the deputy leader of the national dialogue block ,** was eight candidate in the forth coming provincial elections .The national dialogue block is one of the large groups in the Iraq’s parliaments Sunni muslins accordance front ,and eyewitnesses also told the BBC that 4 local leaders were killed in the attack .That’s not being confirmed by the police.

  First indications from the local elections in the German state of ** suggests that the opposition social democrats have suffered a big setback. Exposé indicate that the governing Christian democrats look set to regain control of the state assembly in coalition with the freedom **

  Voting is underway in *** in local and parliamentary elections. Opinion polls indicate that the party of the former left wing **could be ** to win its biggest electoral successes since the end of ** ‘s bloody civil war 17 years ago .The former **party, the ** , is ahead of the **party in the polls

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BBC with Ian Perten.

The Israeli Priminister Ehud Olmert had said that Israel is not interested in remaining in Gaza and wants its troops out as quickly as possible. He was speaking a day after Israel announced that unilateral cease fire in Gaza, and just hours after Hamas said its fighters and other Palestinian groups would also hold their fire. Adam Miner reports from Jerusalem.

 

Surrounded by an array of European political leaders, some of whom are highly critical of Israel’s tactics and conflict with Hamas, the Israeli Priminister said his country’s troops would leave Gaza as soon as possible. The European leaders have traveled to Israel to lend their support for the cease –fires announced by the Hamas and Israel. They’ve urged Israel to open the border crossing points between Israel and the Gaza strip. They have also stressed that it’s important to capitalize on the developments of the past 24 hours to reinvigorate that the peace progress between the Israel and the Palestinians and put in place an enduring two states solution.

 

In a televised speech the top Hamas leader in Gaza I.H had said that the Palestinian people had won a great victory over Israel. He said Israel’s three weeks offensive in the Gaza strip had not * the Palestinians. The cease-fire remains fragile. Palestinian militants fired about twenty rockets over the border after the Israeli cease-fire announcement, and Israel responded with an air attack. Doctors said that the bodies of 95 people had been recover from the rubble. Thousands of Palestinians who fled their homes during the Israeli offensive have been returning from shelters and trying to recover their possessions. Our correspondent Christian Fraser is in the town of Rafa.

 

Life has returned to Rafa today. The market was opened for the first time in three weeks, and it was busy. Fewer dead to leave their houses such was the intensity of the bombabment. Old friends and relatives hugged in the street. For others it was a time to go home. Forty thousand people left their houses placed to the border, and many returned today to pick through the pieces. Desolation, I mean, devastation.

 

The United States president elect Barack Obama has told a crowd of tens of thousands at a concert in Washington that an enormous task glare head for American. The concert was the beginning of three days of festivities leading up to Obama’s enogulation on Tuesday. He said that with his nations at war and the economy in crisis, there were bound to be setbacks and fallstars in the coming months, and he said his greatest hope was that the American who wanted change could bring that change about.

 

“There is no doubt that our road will be long, that our climb will be steep, but never forget that the ture character of our nation is revealed not during times of comfort and ease, but by the right we do when the moment is hard . I ask you to help reveal the character once more.”

 

World news from the BBC.

 

Researchers say that they’ve found evidence that tens of millions of people from are almost guarantee to suffer heart disease because of the single gene mutation that affects 4 percent of the region’s people. The researchers say this mutated gene has been found at roughly similar frequencies in India, Pakistan, and Threelaka. Once people who have the mutation reach the age of mid-age, their chance to developing heart disease rises dramatically reaching up to 90 percent.

 

A senior suni Palestinian has been killed in a suicide bombing in northen Iraq, Hasan Sedan Alahiby, the vise president of the suni national dialogue blog was killed at a campaign meeting south of the city of mosu. From by that, Jonny Dymond reports.

 

Accounts of how Hasan Sedan Aluhiby’s killer got into the campaign meeting differ, but his death has been confirmed by the police and the leader of his political party. As well as being a member of the National Parliament and the deputy leader of the national dialogue blog, Mr. Aluhiby was a candidate in the forth coming provincial elections. The national dialogue blog is one of the largest groups in Iraqi Parliament suni Muslem accordance front . An eyewitness has also told the BBC that 4 local leaders were killed in the attack, but that’s not being confirmed by the police.

 

First indications from the local elections in the German state of Hess suggest that the opposition Social Democrat has suffer a big setback. Exit Polls indicate that the governing Christian Democrats look set to atain control of the State Assembly, in the coalition with the Free Democrats.

 

Voting is underway in El Salvador in local and parliamentary elections. Opinion Polls indicate that the party of the former left-wing gather * could be poised to win its biggest electoral successes since the end of El Salvador’s bloody civil war 17 years ago. The former guerrillas party the FMLN is ahead of the President’s right-wing Arena party in the polls.

 

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BBC news with Ann Pertain.

The Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has said that Israel has not interested in remaining in Gaza and wants his troops out as quickly as possible. He was speaking the day after Israel announced unilateral cease fire in Gaza and just the hour of the Hamas said its fighters and other Palestinian militant groups would also hold that fire. Adam Myrna reports from Jerusalem.

 

Surrounded by an array of European political leaders, some of whom were highly critical of Israel’s tactics and conflict with Hamas, Israeli Prime Minister said his country’s troops would leave Gaza as soon as possible. The European leaders have trouble to Israel to lend their support to the cease fire that announced by Hamas and Israel. They’ve urged Israel to open the border crossing points between Israel and Gaza strip. They have also stressed that it’s important to capitalize on the developments in the past twenty-four hours to reinvigorate the peace process between Israel and Palestinians and put in place an enduring two-state solution.

 

In a televised speech top Hamas leader in Gaza, Eisenberg Haniya, has said that the Palestinian people had won a great victory over Israel. He said Israel’s three-week offensive in the Gaza strip had not cowed the Palestinians. The cease fire in Gaza remains fragile. Palestinian militants fired about twenty rockets over the border after the Israeli cease fire announcement and Israel responded with an air attack. Doctor say that the bodies of ninety-five people have been recovered from the rubble.

 

Thousands of Palestinians who fled their homes during the Israeli offensive have been returning from shelters and try to recover their positions. Our correspondent Christian Falser is in the town of Rafar.

 

Life is return in Rafar today. The market was open for the first time in three weeks and it was busy.  Few would dare to leave their houses-such was the intensity of the bombardment. Old friends and relatives hugged in the street. For others it was the time to go home. Forty thousand people left their houses close to the border, and many of them return today to pick through the pieces. Desolation, I mean devastation.

 

The United States President-elect Barack Obama has told the crowd of tens and thousands on the concert in Washington that an enormous task lay ahead for the America. The concert was the beginning of the three days’ festivities leading up to Mr. Obama’s inauguration on Tuesday. He said that with his nations at war and the economy in crisis, they were bound to be setbacks and false starts in the coming month. But he said his greatest hope was that the people of America who wanted change could bring that change about.

 

“There is no doubt that our road will be long, that our climb will be steep, but never forget that the true character of our nation is revealed not in times of comfort and ease, but by the right we do when the moment is hard. I ask you to help reveal that character once more.”

 

World news from BBC

 

Researchers say they found evidence that tens of millions of people from South Asia are almost guarantee to suffer heart disease because of the single gene mutation that affects four percent of the region’s people. The researchers say this mutated gene has been found roughly similar frequencies in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Once people who have the mutation reach late mid-age, the chance of developing heart disease rises dramatically, reaching up to ninety percent.

 

A senior semi-politician has been killed in a suicide bombing in northern Iraq. Hassan Zaidan al-Luhaibi, the vice-president of the Sunni National Dialogue bloc was killed at a campaign meeting south of the city Mosul. From Baghdad, Johnny Diamond reports.

 

Accounts of how Hassan Zaidan Al-luhaibi’s killer got into the campaign meeting differ, but his death had been confirmed by the police and the leader of the political party. As well as being a member of a national parliament and the deputy leader of the National Dialogue bloc, Mr. al-Luhaibi was a candidate in the forthcoming provincial elections. The National Dialogue bloc is one of the larger groups in the Iraqi parliament Sunni Muslim Accordance Front. And a witness also told the BBC that four local leaders were killed in attack. But that has not been confirmed by the police.

 

First indications from local elections in the German state of Hesse suggest that the Opposition Social Democrats have suffered a big setback. Exit polls indicated the governing Christian Democrats looks set to retain control of the state assembly, in a coalition with the Free Democrats.

 

Voting is underway in El Salvador in local and parliamentary elections. Opinions polls indicate that the party of the former left-wing guerrilla’s could be poised to win his biggest electoral successes since the end of the El Salvador’s bloody civil war seventeen years ago. The former guerrilla’s party, the FMLN, is the ahead of the president’s right-wing ARENA party in the polls.

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BBC with Ian Perten.

 

 The Israeli Prime [s]Priminister[/s] minister Ehud Olmert had said that Israel is not interested in remaining in Gaza and wants its troops out as quickly as possible. He was speaking a day after Israel announced that unilateral cease fire in Gaza,and just hours after Hamas said its fighters and other Palestinian military groups would also hold their fire. Adam Miner reports from Jerusalem. Surrounded by an array of European political leaders,some of whom are highly critical of Israel's tactics and conflict with Hamas,the Israeli Prime [s]Priminister[/s] minister said his country's troops would leave Gaza as soon as possible. The European leaders have traveled to Israel to lend their support for the cease [s]Cfires[/s] -fires announced by the Hamas and Israel. They've urged Israel to open the border crossing points between Israel and the Gaza strip. They have also stressed that it's important to capitalize on the developments of the past 24 hours to reinvigorate that the peace progress between the Israel [s]and[/s] an d the Palestinians and put in place an enduring two states solution. In a televised speech the top Hamas leader in Gaza [s]I[/s]. [s]H[/s] Ismail Haniya had said that the Palestinian people had won a great victory over Israel. He said Israel's three weeks offensive in the Gaza strip had not [s]*[/s] cowed the Palestinians. The cease-fire in Gaza remains fragile. Palestinian militants fired about twenty rockets over the border after the Israeli cease-fire announcement,and Israel responded with an air attack. Doctors said that the bodies of 95 people had been [s]recover[/s] recovered from the rubble. Thousands of Palestinians who fled their homes during the Israeli offensive have been returning from shelters and trying to recover their possessions. Our correspondent Christian Fraser is in the town of Rafa. Life has returned to Rafa today. The market was opened for the first time in three weeks,and it was busy. Fewer dead to leave their houses such was the intensity of the [s]bombabment[/s] bombardment. Old friends and relatives hugged in the street. For others it was a time to go home. Forty thousand people left their houses placed to the border,and many returned today to pick through the pieces. Desolation,I mean,devastation. The United States [s]president[/s] president- elect Barack Obama has told a crowd of tens of thousands at a concert in Washington that an enormous task glare head for American. The concert was the beginning of three days of festivities leading up to Obama's [s]enogulation[/s] inauguration on Tuesday. He said that with his nations at war and the economy in crisis,there were bound to be setbacks and [s]fallstars[/s] false starts in the coming months,and he said his greatest hope was that the American who wanted change could bring that change about. [s]'[/s] There is no doubt that our road will be long,that our climb will be steep,but never forget that the [s]ture[/s] true character of our nation is revealed not during times of comfort and ease,but by the right we do when the moment is hard. I ask you to help reveal the character once more. [s]'[/s] World news from the BBC. Researchers say that they've found [s]evidence[/s] evidences that tens of millions of people from are almost guarantee to suffer heart disease because of the single gene mutation that affects 4 percent of the region's people. The researchers say this mutated gene has been found at roughly similar frequencies in India,Pakistan,and [s]Threelaka[/s] Sri Lanka. Once people who have the mutation reach the age of mid-age,their chance to developing heart disease rises dramatically reaching up to 90 percent. A senior [s]suni[/s] Sunnite Palestinian has been killed in a suicide bombing in northen Iraq,Hasan Sedan Alahiby,the vise president of the [s]suni[/s] sunnite national dialogue [s]blog[/s] bloc was killed at a campaign meeting south of the city of [s]mosu[/s] Mosol. From Baghdad,[s]by[/s] [s]that[/s] [s],[/s] Jonny Dymond reports. Accounts of how Hasan Sedan Aluhiby's killer got into the campaign meeting differ,but his death has been confirmed by the police and the leader of his political party. As well as being a member of the National Parliament and the deputy leader of the national dialogue [s]blog[/s] bloc,Mr. Aluhiby was a candidate in the [s]forth[/s] fourth coming provincial elections. The national dialogue blog is one of the largest groups in Iraqi Parliament suni Muslem accordance front. An eyewitness has also told the BBC that 4 local leaders were killed in the attack,but that's not being confirmed by the police. First indications from the local elections in the German state of Hess suggest that the opposition Social Democrat has [s]suffer[/s] suffered a big setback. Exit Polls indicate that the governing Christian Democrats look set to atain control of the State Assembly,in the coalition with the Free Democrats. Voting is underway in El Salvador in local and parliamentary elections. Opinion Polls indicate that the party of the former left-wing gather * could be poised to win its biggest electoral successes since the end of El Salvador's bloody civil war 17 years ago. The former guerrillas party the FMLN is ahead of the President's right-wing Arena party in the polls.

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BBC with Ian Perten.

The Israeli Priminister Ehud Olmert had said that Israel is not interested in remaining in Gaza and wants its troops out as quickly as possible. He was speaking a day after Israel announced that unilateral cease fire in Gaza, and just hours after Hamas said its fighters and other Palestinian groups would also hold their fire. Adam Miner reports from Jerusalem.

 

Surrounded by an array of European political leaders, some of whom are highly critical of Israel’s tactics and conflict with Hamas, the Israeli Priminister said his country’s troops would leave Gaza as soon as possible. The European leaders have traveled to Israel to lend their support for the cease –fires announced by the Hamas and Israel. They’ve urged Israel to open the border crossing points between Israel and the Gaza strip/Strip. They have also stressed that it’s important to capitalize on the developments of the past 24 hours to reinvigorate that the peace progress between the Israel and the Palestinians and put in place an enduring two states solution.

 

In a televised speech the top Hamas leader in Gaza I.H/ had said that the Palestinian people had won a great victory over Israel. He said Israel’s three weeks offensive in the Gaza strip had not */caut the Palestinians. The cease-fire remains fragile. Palestinian militants fired about twenty rockets over the border after the Israeli cease-fire announcement, and Israel responded with an air attack. Doctors said that the bodies of 95 people had been recover from the rubble. Thousands of Palestinians who fled their homes during the Israeli offensive have been returning from shelters and trying to recover their possessions. Our correspondent Christian Fraser is in the town of Rafa.

 

Life has returned to Rafa today. The market was opened for the first time in three weeks, and it was busy. Fewer dead to leave their houses such was the intensity of the bombabment./ Old friends and relatives hugged in the street. For others it was a time to go home. Forty thousand people left their houses placed to the border, and many returned today to pick through the pieces. Desolation, I mean, devastation.

 

The United States president elect Barack Obama has told a crowd of tens of thousands at a concert in Washington that an enormous task glare head for American. The concert was the beginning of three days of festivities leading up to Obama’s enogulation /inauguration on Tuesday. He said that with his nations at war and the economy in crisis, there were bound to be setbacks and fallstars/false starts in the coming months, and/but he said his greatest hope was that the people of American who wanted change could bring that change about.

 

“There is no doubt that our road will be long, that our climb will be steep, but never forget that the ture character of our nation is revealed not during times of comfort and ease, but by the right we do when the moment is hard . I ask you to help reveal the character once more.”

 

World news from the BBC.

 

Researchers say that they’ve found evidence that tens of millions of people from South Asia are almost guarantee to suffer heart disease because of the single gene mutation that affects 4 percent of the region’s people. The researchers say this mutated gene has been found at roughly similar frequencies in India, Pakistan, and Threelaka/ Sri Lanka. Once people who have the mutation reach the age of mid-age, their chance to developing heart disease rises dramatically reaching up to 90 percent.

 

A senior suni/Sunni Palestinian has been killed in a suicide bombing in northen Iraq, Hasan Sedan Alahiby, the vise president of the suni/Sunni national dialogue blog was killed at a campaign meeting south of the city of mosu*From by that,/ Baghdad Jonny Dymond reports.

 

Accounts of how Hasan Sedan Aluhiby’s killer got into the campaign meeting differ, but his death has been confirmed by the police and the leader of his political party. As well as being a member of the National Parliament and the deputy leader of the national dialogue blog, Mr. Aluhiby was a candidate in the forth coming/forthcoming provincial elections. The national dialogue blog is one of the largest groups in Iraqi Parliament suni/Sunni Muslem accordance front . An eye/an连读的哈 witness has also told the BBC that 4 local leaders were killed in the attack, but that’s not being confirmed by the police.

 

First indications from the local elections in the German state of Hess suggest that the opposition Social Democrat has suffer/suffered a big setback. Exit Polls indicate that the governing Christian Democrats look set to atain/retain control of the State Assembly, in the coalition with the Free Democrats.

 

Voting is underway in El Salvador in local and parliamentary elections. Opinion Polls indicate that the party of the former left-wing gather * could be poised to win its biggest electoral successes since the end of El Salvador’s bloody civil war 17 years ago. The former guerrillas party the FMLN is ahead of the President’s right-wing Arena party in the polls.

 

 

 

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The Israel Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said Israel is not interesting in remaining in Gaza and wanted its troops out as quick as possible.He was speaking a day after Isreal announced a unilateral ceasefire in Gaza and just hours after Hamas said its fighters and other Palestinian militan groups would also hold their fires.Adam Minor reports from Jerusalem.

 

Surrounded by an array of European political leaders some of whom were highly critical of Israeli tactic in the conflict with Hamas,the Israeli prime minister said his country's troops would leave Gaza as soon as possible.The European leaders have traveled to Israel to lend their support to the ceasefire annouced by Hamas and Israel,they have urged Israel to open the border crossing points between Israel and the Gaza Strip,they have also stressed that it's importan to capitalize on the development of the past 24 hours to reinvigorate the peace process between Israel and the Palestain and put in place an induring two state solution.

 

In a televised speech the top Hamas leader in Gaza \\ has said the Palestinian peopel have won a great victory over Israel,he said Israel three weeks offences in the Gaza Stripe has not cowed the Palestinians.

 

The ceasefire in Gaza remains fragile,Palestinian militants fired about 20 rockets over the border after the Israeli ceasefire announcement,and Israel responded with a aire attack.Doctor said the bodies of 95 people have been recovered from the rubble.

 

Thousands of Palestinians who fled their homes during Israeli offences have been returning from shelters as trying to recover their positions, our correspondent \\ in the town of \\. Life is returned to rough today,the market was opened for the first time in three weeks,and it was busy,few of that to leave their houses such as the intensity of the bombardment,or friends and relatives have diner at streets.For others it's time to go home,40 thousand people left their houses close to the border and many returned today to pick through the pieces,that's ration amid devastation.

 

The United State president-elect Barack Obama has told the crowd of tens of thousands at the concert of Washington that an enormous task clear ahead of America,the concert was the beginning of three days of festivities leading up to Mr. Obama's inauguration on Tuesday.He said with his nation at war and the economy in crisis their would bound to be setback in full style in the coming month,but he said his greatest hope was that the people of Aemrican who wanted change could bring that change about.

 

"There is no doubt our road will be long,that our climb will be steep,but never forget that the true character of our nation,it will be or not going time the comfort ??????,but by the right we do at the moment of hard,I ask you to help rebuild that character once more."

 

World News from the BBC. Researcherers say they found evidence that tens of millions people from south Asia are almost guaranteed to suffer a heart disease because of single gene mutation that affects 4% of the rigeon's people,the researchers say this mutated gene has been found roughly similar frequence in India,Pakistan and Sri Lanka.Once people who have the mutation reach late middle age,their chance of developing heart disease rise dramatically,reaching up to 90%.

 

 A senior Sunni politian has been killed in a suicide bombing in nothern Iraq,\\ the vice president of the Sunni National Dialouge Bloc,was killed at a campaign meeting south of the city of Mosul,from Bagdad,Jonny Diamond reports.

 

Accounts of how \\'s killer got into the campaign meeting differ,but his death has been confirmed by the police and to the leader of his political party,as well as being a member of the national parliment and deputy leader of National Dialouge Bloc,Mr.\\ was a candidate in the forthcoming provincial elections.The Nation Dialouge Bloc is one of the largest group in the Iraqi parliment's Sunni Muslim Accordance Front,and eyewitness also told the BBC that four local leaders were killed in the attack,but that's not been confirmed by the police.

 

First indications from local election in the German ?????? suggest that the opposition social democrat has suffered a big setback,exit polls indicat the governing christian democrat ??/?//??? to retain controll of the state assembly in the coalition with the free democrat.

 

Voting is underway in EL Salvador in local and parlimentary election,opinion polls indicate that the party of former left-wing guerilla could be poised to win a its biggest electoral successes since the end of EL Salvador's bloody civil 17 years ago,the former guerilla party the FMLN is ahead of president' right-wing \\ party in the polls.

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BBC News With Alien Pertain

The Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has said that Israel is not interested in remaining in Gaza once its troop’s out as quickly as possible. He was speaking a day after Israel announced a unilateral cease-fire in Gaza, and just hours after Hamas said its fighters and other Palestinian militant groups would also hold their fire.

Adam Miner reports from Jerusalem

Surrounded by an array of European political leaders, some of whom were highly critical of Israel’s tactics in the conflict with Hamas, the Israeli prime minister said his country’s troops would leave Gaza as soon as possible. The European leaders have travelled to Gaza to lend their support to the cease-fire announced by Hamas and Israel. They’ve urged Israel to open the border crossing points between Israel and Gaza Strip. They’ve also stressed that it is important to capitalize on the developments of the past 24 hours to reinvigorate the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians, and putting place an enduring two states’ solution.

 

In a televised speech, the top Hamas’s leader in Gaza, Ismail  Haniya has said the Palestinian people had won a great victory over Israel. He said Israel 3-week offensive in the Gaza Strip had not cote the Palestinians. The cease-fire in Gaza remains fragile, Palestinian militants fired about 20 rockets over the border after the Israeli cease-fire announcement and Israel responded with an air attack. Doctors said about 95 bodies have been recovered from the rubble. Thousands of Palestinians who fled their homes during the Israeli offensive have been returning from shelters and try to recover their possessions. Our correspondent Christian Fraser is in the town of Rafah.

 

“Live has returned to Rafah today. The market was open for the first time in 3 weeks. And it was busy. Few would dare to leave their houses, such was the intensity of the Bomb bavoment. Old friends and relatives hugged in the street. For others it was time to go home. 40000 people left their houses close to the border, many returned today to pick through the pieces desolations ,I mean devastation.”

 

The United State President-elect Barack Obama has told over tens of thousands at a concert in Washington that an enormous task laid ahead for America. The concert was the beginning of 3 days’ activities leading up Mr. Obama’s inauguration on Tuesday. He said that with his nation at war and the economy in crisis, they were bound to be set backs and full starts in the coming month. Party says his greatest hope was that the people of America who wanted change could bring that change about.

 

“There is no doubt that our road will be long, that our crime will be steep, but never forget the true character of our nation as we’ll be not during time for comfort needs but by the right we do on the moment of this heart. I ask you to help reveal that character once more.”

World News from the BBC.

Researchers say they found evidence that tens of millions of people from South Asia are almost guaranteed to suffer heart disease because of the single gene mutation that affects 4% of the region’s people. The researchers say this mutated gene has been found roughly similar frequencies in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Once people who have the mutation reach late middle-age, their chance of developing heart disease rises dramatically, reaching up to 90%.

 

A senior Sunni politician has been killed in a suicide bombing in northern Iraq. Hassan Zaidan al-Luhaibi, the vice president of Sunni National Dialogue bloc, was killed at a campaign meeting south of the city of Mosul. From Baghdad, Johnny Diamond reports.

Accounts of how killer got into the campaign meeting differ, but his death has been confirmed by the police and the leaders of his political party. As well as being a member of the National Parliament and the deputy leader of the National Dialogue bloc, Mr. al-Luhaibi was a candidate in the forth-coming provincial election. The National Dialogue bloc is one of the larger groups in the Iraqi Parliaments, Sunni, Muslim accordance front. Witnesses also told the BBC that 4 local leaders were killed in the bomb attack, but that’s not being confirmed by the police.

 

First indications from local election in the German State of Hesse suggest the opposition social democrats suffered a big setback. Exit polls indicate the governing Christian democrats look set to retain control of the State Assembly in a coalition with the free democrats.

 

Voting is underway in El Salvador in local and parliamentary elections. Opinion polls indicate the party of former left-wing guerrilla’s could be poised to win its biggest electoral successes since the end of the El Salvador’s bloody civil war 17 years ago. The Former guerrilla’s Party the FMLN is the head of the president’s right-wing arena Party in the poll.

 

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BBC with Ian Perten.

The Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has said that Israel is not interested in remaining in Gaza and wants its troops out as quickly as possible. He was speaking a day after Israel announced a unilateral ceasefire in Gaza, and just hours after Hamas said its fighters and other Palestinian militant groups would also hold their fire.
Adam Mynott reports from Jerusalem.

Surrounded by an array of European political leaders, some of whom were highly critical of Israel’s tactics in a conflict with Hamas, the Israeli prime minister said his country’s troops would leave Gaza as soon as possible. The European leaders have travelled to Israel to lend their support to the ceasefires announced by the Hamas and Israel. They’ve urged Israel to open the border crossing points between Israel and the Gaza Strip. They have also stressed that it’s important to capitalize on the developments of the past 24 hours to reinvigorate / the peace progress between / Israel and the Palestinians and put in place an enduring two-state solution.

In a televised speech, the top Hamas leader in Gaza
Ismail Haniya has said that the Palestinian people had won a great victory over Israel. He said Israel’s three-week offensive in the Gaza Strip had not cowed the Palestinians. The ceasefire in Gaza remains fragile. Palestinian militants fired about twenty rockets over the border after the Israeli ceasefire announcement, and Israel responded with an air attack. Doctors say / the bodies of 95 people have been recovered from the rubble. Thousands of Palestinians who fled their homes during the Israeli offensive have been returning from shelters and trying to recover their possessions. Our correspondent Christian Fraser is in the town of Rafa.

Life has returned to Rafa today. The market was opened for the first time in three weeks, and it was busy. Few would dare to leave their houses such was the intensity of the bombardment. Old friends and relatives hugged in the street. For others, it was a time to go home. 40,000 people left their houses close to the border, and many returned today to pick through the pieces. Desolation, I mean, devastation.

The United States President-elect Barack Obama has told a crowd of tens of thousands at a concert in Washington that an enormous task lies ahead for America. The concert was the beginning of three days of festivities leading up to Obama’s inauguration on Tuesday. He said that with his nation/ at war and the economy in crisis, there were bound to be setbacks and false starts in the coming months. But he said his greatest hope was that the people of America/ who want a change could bring that change about.

“There is no doubt that our road will be long, that our climb will be steep, but never forget that the ture character of our nation is revealed not during times of comfort and ease, but by the right we do when the moment is hard . I ask you to help reveal the character once more.”

World News from the BBC.

Researchers say / they’ve found evidence that tens of millions of people from South Asia are almost guaranteed to suffer heart disease because of a single gene mutation that affects 4% of the region’s people. The researchers say this mutated gene has been found at roughly similar frequencies in India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Once people who have the mutation reach late middle age, their chance of developing heart disease rises dramatically, reaching up to 90%.

A senior Sunni politician has been killed in a suicide bombing in northern Iraq.
Hassan Zaidan al-Luhaibi, the vice president of the Sunni National Dialogue bloc, was killed at a campaign meeting south of the city of Mosul. From Baghdad, Jonny Dymond reports.

Accounts of how
Hassan Zaidan al-Luhaibi’s killer got into the campaign meeting differ, but his death has been confirmed by the police and the leader of his political party. As well as being a member of the national parliament and the deputy leader of the National Dialogue bloc, Mr. al-Luhaibi was a candidate in the forthcoming provincial elections. The National Dialogue bloc is one of the largest groups in the Iraqi Parliament Sunni Muslim Accordance Front . An eyewitness has also told the BBC that four local leaders were killed in the attack, but that’s not being confirmed by the police.

First indications from the local elections in the German state of Hesse suggest that the opposition Social Democrats have suffered a big setback. Exit Polls indicate / the governing Christian Democrats look set to retain control of the state assembly in a coalition with the Free Democrats.

Voting is underway in El Salvador in local and parliamentary elections. Opinion Polls indicate that the party of the former left-wing guerilla could be poised to win its biggest electoral successes since the end of El Salvador’s bloody civil war 17 years ago. The former guerrilla's party, the FMLN, is ahead of the president’s right-wing Arena party in the polls.

 
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BBC News with Ian Perton.

 

The Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has said that Israel is not interested in remaining in Gaza and wants its troops out as quickly as possible. He was speaking a day after Israel announced a unilateral ceasefire in Gaza, and just hours after Hamas said its fighters and other Palestinian militant groups would also hold their fire. Adam Mynott reports from Jerusalem.

 

Surrounded by an array of European political leaders, some of whom were highly critical of Israel s tactics and the conflict with Hamas, the Israeli Prime Minister said his country s troops would leave Gaza as soon as possible. The European leaders have travelled to Israel to lend their support to the ceasefires announced by Hamas and Israel. They ve urged Israel to open the border crossing points between Israel and the Gaza Strip. They have also stressed that it is important to capitalize on the developments of the past 24 hours to reinvigorate the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians and put in place an enduring two-state solution.

 

In a televised speech the top Hamas leader in Gaza Ismail Haniya has said that the Palestinian people had won a great victory over Israel. He said Israel's three-week offensive in the Gaza Strip had not cowered the Palestinians.

 

The ceasefire in Gaza remains fragile. Palestinian militants fired about twenty rockets over the border after the Israeli ceasefire announcement, and Israel responded with an air attack. Doctors say the bodies of 95 people had been recovered from the rubble.


Thousands of Palestinians who fled their homes during the Israeli offensive have been returning from shelters and trying to recover their possessions. Our correspondent Christian Fraser is in the town of //.

 

Life has returned to // today. The market was open for the first time in three weeks, and it was busy. Fewer dare to leave their houses such was the intensity of the bombardment. Old friends and relatives hugged in the street. For others it was a time to go home. Forty thousand people left their houses placed to the border, and many returned today to pick through the pieces. Desolation, I mean, devastation.

 

The United States president-elect Barack Obama has told a crowd of tens of thousands at a concert in Washington that an enormous task lay ahead for America. The concert was the beginning of three days of festivities leading up to Mr. Obama s inauguration on Tuesday. He said that with his nation at war and the economy in crisis, there were bound to be setbacks and false starts in the coming months, but he said his greatest hope was that the people of America who wanted change could bring that change about.

 

There is no doubt that our road will be long, that our climb will be steep, but never forget that the true character of our nation is revealed not during times of comfort and ease, but by the right we do when the moment is hard . I ask you to help reveal that character once more.

 

World news from the BBC.

 

Researchers say that they ve found evidence that tens of millions of people from South Asia are almost guaranteed to suffer heart disease because of a single gene mutation that affects 4 percent of the region s people. The researchers say this mutated gene has been found at roughly similar frequencies in India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Once people who have the mutation reach late middle age, their chance of developing heart disease rises dramatically reaching up to 90 percent.

 

A senior Sunni politician has been killed in a suicide bombing in northen Iraq, Hassan Zaidan al-Luhaibi, the vise president of the Sunni National Dialogue bloc was killed at a campaign meeting south of the city of Mosul. From Baghdad Jonny Dymond reports.

 

Accounts of how Hassan Zaidan al-Luhaibi s killer got into the campaign meeting differ, but his death has been confirmed by the police and the leader of his political party. As well as being a member of the national parliament and the deputy leader of the National Dialogue bloc, Mr. al-Luhaibi was a candidate in the forthcoming provincial elections. The National Dialogue bloc is one of the larger groups in the Iraqi Parliament Sunni Muslim Accordance Front.
An eyewitness has
also told the BBC that 4 local leaders were killed in the attack, but that s not been confirmed by the police.

 

First indications from local elections in the German state of Hess suggest that the opposition Social Democrat has suffered a big setback. Exit Polls indicate the governing Christian Democrats look set to retain control of the State Assembly, in the coalition with the Free Democrats.

 

Voting is underway in El Salvador in local and parliamentary elections. Opinion Polls indicate that the party of the former left-wing guerrillas could be poised to win its biggest electoral successes since the end of El Salvador s bloody civil war 17 years ago. The former guerrillas party the FMLN is ahead of the President s right-wing Arena party in the polls.

 

BBC news. 

 

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BBC with Ian Perten.

The Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has said that Israel is not interested in remaining in Gaza and wants its troops out as quickly as possible. He was speaking a day after Israel announced a unilateral ceasefire in Gaza, and just hours after Hamas said its fighters and other Palestinian militant groups would also hold their fire.
Adam Mynott reports from Jerusalem.

Surrounded by an array of European political leaders, some of whom were highly critical of Israel’s tactics in
the conflict with Hamas, the Israeli prime minister said his country’s troops would leave Gaza as soon as possible. The European leaders have travelled to Israel to lend their support to the ceasefires announced by the Hamas and Israel. They’ve urged Israel to open the border crossing points between Israel and the Gaza Strip. They have also stressed that it’s important to capitalize on the developments of the past 24 hours to reinvigorate / the peace progress between / Israel and the Palestinians and put in place an enduring two-state solution.

In a televised speech, the top Hamas leader in Gaza Ismail Haniya
has said that the Palestinian people had won a great victory over Israel. He said Israel’s three-week offensive in the Gaza Strip had not cowed the Palestinians. The ceasefire in Gaza remains fragile. Palestinian militants fired about twenty rockets over the border after the Israeli ceasefire announcement, and Israel responded with an air attack. Doctors say / the bodies of 95 people have been recovered from the rubble. Thousands of Palestinians who fled their homes during the Israeli offensive have been returning from shelters and trying to recover their possessions. Our correspondent Christian Fraser is in the town of Rafa.

Life has returned to Rafa today. The market was opened for the first time in three weeks, and it was busy. Few would dare to leave their houses such was the intensity of the bombardment. Old friends and relatives hugged in the street. For others, it was a time to go home. 40,000 people left their houses close to the border, and many returned today to pick through the pieces. Desolation, I mean, devastation.

The United States President-elect Barack Obama has told a crowd of tens of thousands at a concert in Washington that an enormous task lies ahead for America. The concert was the beginning of three days of festivities leading up to Obama’s inauguration on Tuesday. He said that with his nation/ at war and the economy in crisis, there were bound to be setbacks and false starts in the coming months. But he said his greatest hope was that the people of America/ who want a change could bring that change about.

“There is no doubt that our road will be long, that our climb will be steep, but never forget that the
true character of our nation is revealed not during times of comfort and ease, but by the right we do when the moment is hard . I ask you to help reveal the character once more.”

World News from the BBC.

Researchers say / they’ve found evidence that tens of millions of people from South Asia are almost guaranteed to suffer heart disease because of a single gene mutation that affects 4% of the region’s people. The researchers say this mutated gene has been found at roughly similar frequencies in India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Once people who have the mutation reach late middle age, their chance of developing heart disease rises dramatically, reaching up to 90%.

A senior Sunni politician has been killed in a suicide bombing in northern Iraq. Hassan Zaidan al-Luhaibi, the vice president of the Sunni National Dialogue bloc, was killed at a campaign meeting south of the city of Mosul. From Baghdad, Jonny Dymond reports.

Accounts of how Hassan Zaidan al-Luhaibi’s killer got into the campaign meeting differ, but his death has been confirmed by the police and the leader of his political party. As well as being a member of the national parliament and the deputy leader of the National Dialogue bloc, Mr. al-Luhaibi
was a candidate in the forthcoming provincial elections. The National Dialogue bloc is one of the largest groups in the Iraqi Parliament Sunni Muslim Accordance Front . An eyewitness has also told the BBC that four local leaders were killed in the attack, but that’s not being confirmed by the police.

First indications from the local elections in the German state of Hesse suggest that the opposition Social Democrats have suffered a big setback. Exit Polls indicate / the governing Christian Democrats look set to retain control of the state assembly in a coalition with the Free Democrats.

Voting is underway in El Salvador in local and parliamentary elections. Opinion Polls indicate that the party of the former left-wing guerill
as could be poised to win its biggest electoral successes since the end of El Salvador’s bloody civil war 17 years ago. The former guerrilla's party, the FMLN, is ahead of the president’s right-wing Arena party in the polls.

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