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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

Two American envoys have met the Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem in the first visit to Damascus by high-ranking US officials in more than four years. One of the envoys, Jeffrey Feltman, said that the discussions had been constructive and had been not about finger-pointing but about identifying areas of mutual concern. Natalia Antelava reports from Beirut.

The Syrian government has played down the significance of the talks between the US diplomats and the Syrian minister of foreign affairs. One Syrian official who wanted to remain anonymous said Damascus didn't want to make a big deal of the talks and that the government was treating them with great caution. Over the last few days, Obama administration officials have repeatedly said that while they wanted to engage with Damascus, they also have real concerns about the role of Syria in the region and its support for groups like Hamas and Hezbollah.

The Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad has submitted his cabinet's resignation to make way for a government of national unity. The rival Hamas movement has welcomed the decision, which Mr. Fayyad said would take effect after a unity government was formed. The announcement follows the relaunch last month of reconciliation talks between Hamas and the Fatah party of the Palestinian President Muhammad Abbas.

A British resident freed from Guantanamo Bay last month has released more details which he says support his claims that the British security service, MI5, colluded in his interrogation by the CIA. Ethiopian-born Binyam Mohamed has given a British newspaper what he says are two telegrams sent by MI5 to the CIA after he'd been transferred to Morocco in 2002. The director of the civil rights group Liberty, Shami Chakrabati, explained why the telegrams were so crucial as far as she was concerned.

"The telegrams suggest that while they didn't know where he was, they did know he was under CIA control and they were asking the Americans to interrogate him in a certain way, now that, to me, looks very much like a smoking gun. Whether I am right or not about that, it's certainly more than enough to call the police in. So I think what this does is to make an immediated criminal investigation, absolutely inescapable."

Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has gone to Botswana to recuperate after the car crash on Friday in which he suffered minor injuries and his wife was killed. A source close to Mr. Tsvangirai said the prime minister needed time to rest and come to terms with what had happened, stressing that his departure from Zimbabwe had nothing to do with security concerns. The MDC Secretary General, Tendai Biti, who is now also Zimbabwe's finance minister, speculated that the accident could have been avoided.

"The police are making investigations. We are also carrying on our own independent investigations. We will be making the necessary amendments so an announcement in due course. There are certain things that could have helped to avoid this thing, and one of them is clearly for a police escort."

BBC News.

The Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir says he will travel to Darfur on Sunday, his first visit to the region since the International Criminal Court issued a warrant for his arrest. Mr. al-Bashir has been accused of committing war crimes in Darfur, a charge he denies. Mary Harper reports.

President al-Bashir told a rally in Khartoum that if anybody wanted to fight him, they should come directly to Sudan instead of issuing arrest warrants from afar. His decision to travel to the Darfur town of El-Fasher on Sunday is a clear sign of defiance in the face of international pressure for him to be tried for war crimes allegedly committed in the region. He's been accused by the International Criminal Court of murder, rape, torture and pillage.

The Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has announced a 50% cut in the tax paid by country’s wine growers who sell their wines abroad. President Fernandez said the move was aimed at helping the nation's wine growers offset the effects of the global financial crisis. She also announced that the Inter-American Development Bank will be releasing 15 million dollars in aid for small wineries.

A film about Ethiopia under the rule of its exiled former military leader Mengistu Haile Miriam has won the top prize at the Pan-African Film and Television Festival in Burkina Faso. “Teza” by the Ethiopia-born director Haile Gerima beat 19 other entries. James Copnall reports from Rabat.

The Ethiopian film "Teza" was a popular winner of Africa's top film award, the Yennenga Stallion
. It's the story of a doctor who returns to his country determined to help develop it, but once back in Ethiopia, he's confronted with a repressive regime of dictator Mengistu and a number of difficult moral choices. A Moroccan film "Nos lieux interdits" or "Our forbidden places" won best documentary. It dealt with a common theme here getting justice for victims of past abuses.

BBC World Service News.


Glossary:


finger-pointing: accusations against someone


play down: If you play down something, you try to make people believe that it is not particular important.


make way: to be replaced by someone or something


collude: If one person colludes with another, they co-operate with them secretly or illegally.


a smoking gun: A smoking gun is a piece of evidence that proves that something is true or that someone is responsible for a crime. (mainly AM or JOURNALISM)


recuperate: When you recuperate, you recover your health or strength after you have been ill or injured.
= recover


come to terms with: If you come to terms with something difficult or unpleasant, you learn to accept and deal with it.


in due course: If you say that something will happen or take place in due course, you mean that you cannot make it happen any quicker and it will happen when the rime is right for it.


from afar: from a long distance away


offset: If one thing is offset by another, the effect of the first thing is reduced by the second, so that any advantage or disadvantage is cancelled out. = balance


entry: An entry for a competition is a piece of work, for example a story or drawing, or the answers to a set of questions, which you complete in order to take part in the competition.


repressive: A repressive government is one that restricts people's freedom and controls them by using force.







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  BBC News with Marian Marshall.

  Two American envoys have met the Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem in the first visit to * by high ranking US officials in more than four years. One of envoys, *, said the discussion has been constructive and been not about finger appointing, but about identifying areas of mutual concern. * reports from Beirut.

  The Syria government has pledged down the significant of tones between the US diplomats and the Syrian administer of foreign affairs. One Syria official who wanted to remain anonymous sent to Moscow didn't want to make a big deal of the talks and the government was treating them with great caution. Over the last two days, Obama administration officials have repeatedly said that was they wanted to engage with *, they are also help concerns about the role Syrian in the region and its support for groups like Hamas and *.

  Palestinian Prime Minister * have submitted his cabinet resigernation to make way for government of national unity. The rival Hamas movement is welcome the decision, which Mr. * said would take effect after an * unity government was formed. The announcement follows relaunch last month of reconciliation talks between Hamas and Fatah party at the Palestinian President Muhammad Abbas.

  A British resident freed from Guantanamo Bay last month has released more details which he said support his claims that the British security service MI5 could telegram his interrogation by the CIA. The Ethiopia born * has given a British newspaper what he says are two * sent by MI5 to the CIA after he being transferred to Morocco in 2002. The director of the civil rights group Liberty * explained why the terror program was so crucial as far as she was concerned. "The telegram suggest that where they did nowhere he was, they did know that he was under the CIA control and they were *. The Americans to interrogate him in a certain way and that's looks very much like smoking gun whether I am write or not about that, it certainly more than enough to call the police in. So * what this does is to make a mediate, criminal investigation absolutely inescapable."

  Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has got the * to recooperate after the car crush on Friday which he suffered minor injuries and his wife was killed. A source close to Mr. Tsvangirai said the Prime Minister needed time to rest and come to terms with what had happened, stressing that he is denaturing from Zimbabwe had nothing to do with security concerns. The MDC Secretary General * is now also Zimbabwe's finance minister, speculator that the accident could have been avoided. "The police are making investigations. We are also carry out when independent this *. We will be making * as soon as *. In * course, there are certain things that could available to avoid this thing and one of them is clearly afford I mean *."

  BBC News.

  The Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir says he will travel to Darfur on Sunday, his first business to the region since the International Criminal Court issued a warrant for his arrest. Mr. al-Bashir has been accused of committing war crimes in Darfur. A charge he denies. * reports.

  President al-Bashir told rally in * that if anybody want to * him, they should come directly to Sudan instead of issureing arrest warrants from a far. His decision to travel to Darfur town of * on Sunday is a clear sign of defiance in the face of international pressure for him to be trail for war crimes alleged committed in the region. He's been accused by the international criminal court of murder, rape, torture and *.

  The Argentine President * has announced a 50% cut in the tax pay by white growers, who sell their * abroad. President * the move was aimed at helping the nation's * growers offset the effect of global financial crisis. She also announced that the Inter-American Development Bank will be releasing 15 million dollars in aid for small *.

  A fill about Ethiopia under the rule of its * former military leader * has won the top prize at the * Africa * Television Festival in *. * by the Ethiopia born director * beat 19 other entrances. * reports from *.

  The Ethiopian film * was a popular winner of Africa's top film award *. It's the story of doctor who returned to his country determined to help develop it, but once back in Ethiopia, he was confronted with a repressive regime of * and a number of * choices. American film * or * won best documentary. It delt with a common thing here getting justice for victims of past abuses.

  BBC World Service News.      

     

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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

 

Two American envoys have met the Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem in the first visit to Domascus by high-ranking US officials in more than four years. One of the envoys, Jeffrey Feltman said the discussions had been constructive, and had been not about finger-pointing but about identifying areas of mutual concern. Natalia Antelava reports from Beirut. 

 

The Syrian government has played down the significance of the talks between US diplomats and the Syrian ministers of foreign affairs. One Syrian official who wanted to remain anonymous said Damascus did not want to make a big deal of the talks and that the government was treating them with great caution. Over the last few days, Obama administration officials have repeatedly said that where they wanted to engage with Damascus, they also have real concerns about the role of the Syrian region and its support for groups like Hamas and Hezbollah.

 

The Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad has submitted his cabinet’s resignation to make way for a government of national unity. The rival Hamas movement has welcomed the decision which Mr. Fayyad said would take effect after a unity government was formed. The announcement follows the re-launch last month of reconciliation talks between Hamas and Fatah party of the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

 

A British resident freed from Guantanamo Bay last month has released more details, which he says supported his claims that the British security service MI5, colluded his interrogation by the CIA. Ethiopian-born Binyam Mohamed has given a British newspaper what he says two telegrams sent by MI5 to the CIA after he being transferred to Morocco in 2002. The director of the civil rights group Liberty, Shami Chakrabati explained why the telegrams were so crucial as far as she was concerned.

 

The telegrams suggested that whether they didn’t know where he was, they didn’t know he was under CIA control and they were asking the Americans to interrogate him in a certain way. And that // looks very much like a smoking gun. Whether they were right or not about that, it’s certainly more than enough to call the police in, so why they think what he does is to make an immediate criminal investigation absolutely inescapable.  

 

Zimbabwe’s Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has gone to Botswana to recuperate after the car crash on Friday which he suffered minor injuries and his wife was killed. A source close to Mr. Tsvangirai said the prime minister need time to rest and come to terms with what’d happened, stressing that his departure from Zimbabwe had nothing to do with security concerns. The MDC Secretary General Tendai Biti who was now also Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister speculated that the accident could have been avoided.

 

The police are making investigations. We are also clearly wanting independent investigations. We will be making necessary //. In due cause there are certain things that could have helped to avoid this thing. And one of them is clearly fought //.

 

BBC News.

 

The Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir says he will travel to Darfur on Sunday his visit to the region since the International Criminal Court issued a warrant for his arrest. Mr. al-Bashir has been accused of committing war crimes in Darfur, a charge he denies. Mary Harper reports.

 

President al-Bashir told the rally in Khartoum that if anybody wanted to fight him, they should come directly to Sudan instead of issuing an arrest warrant from afar. His decision to travel to the Darfuri town of el-Fasher is a clear sign of defiance in the face of international pressure for him to be tried for war crimes allegedly committed in the region. He has been accused by the International Criminal Court of murder, rape, torture, and pillage.

 

The Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has announced a 50% cut in the tax pay by the country’s wine growers who sell the wines abroad. President Fernandez said the move was aimed at helping the nation’s wine growers, offset the effects of the global financial crisis. She also announced that the Inter-American Development Bank will be releasing 50 million dollars in aid for smaller wineries.

 

A film about Ethiopia under the rule of its exiled former military leader Mengistu Haile Mariam has won the top prize at the pan-African film and television festival in Burkina Faso. Teza by the Ethiopian-born director Haile Gerima beat 19 other entries. James Copnall reports from //.

 

Ethiopian film Teza was a popular winner of Africa’s top film award, the Yennenga Stallion. It’s a story of a doctor who returns to his country, determine to help develop it. But once back in Ethiopia, he is confronted with repressive regime of dictator Mengistu and a number of difficult moral choices. A Moroccan film ‘Nos Lieux interdits’ or ‘Our forbidden places’, won best documentary. Hideout was a common theme here, getting justice for victims of // abuses.  

 

BBC world service News.    

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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

 

Two American envoys have met the Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem in the first visit to Damascus by high ranking US officials in more than four years. One of the envoys, Jeffrey Feltman, said the discussion has been constructive and been not about finger appointing, but about identifying areas of mutual concern. * reports from Beirut.

 

The Syrian government has played down the significant of the talks between the US diplomats and the Syrian administer of foreign affairs. One Syrian official who wanted to remain anonymous sent Damascus didn't want to make a big deal of the talks and the government was treating them with great caution. Over the last two days, Obama administration officials have repeatedly said that was they wanted to engage with Damascus , they are also help real concerns about the role Syrian in the region and its support for groups like Hamas and *.

 

Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad has submitted his cabinet resignation to make way for government of national unity. The rival Hamas movement is welcomed the decision, which Mr. Fayyad said would take effect after unity government was formed. The announcement follows relaunch last month of reconciliation talks between Hamas and Fatah party at the Palestinian President Muhammad Abbas.

 

A British resident freed from Guantanamo Bay last month has released more details which he says support his claims that the British security service MI5 could telegram his interrogation by the CIA. The Ethiopia born Binyam Mohamed has given a British newspaper what he says are two telegrams sent by MI5 to the CIA after he being transferred to Morocco in 2002. The director of the civil rights group Liberty * explained why the telegram was so crucial as far as she was concerned. "The telegram suggests that where they did nowhere he was, they did know that he was under the CIA control and they were asking the Americans to interrogate him in a certain way and that's may looks very much like smoking gun whether I am write or not about that, it certainly more than enough to call the police in. So I think what this does is to make a mediate, criminal investigation absolutely inescapable."

 

Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has got the * to recuperate after the car crush on Friday which he suffered minor injuries and his wife was killed. A source close to Mr. Tsvangirai said the Prime Minister needed time to rest and come to terms with what had happened, stressing that he is departure from Zimbabwe had nothing to do with security concerns. The MDC Secretary General Tendai Biti is now also Zimbabwe's finance minister, speculated that the accident could have been avoided. "The police are making investigations. We are also carry out when independent this *. We will be making * as soon as *. In due course, there are certain things that could available to avoid this thing and one of them is clearly afford I mean *."

 

BBC News.

 

The Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir says he will travel to Darfur on Sunday, his first business to the region since the International Criminal Court issued a warrant for his arrest. Mr. al-Bashir has been accused of committing war crimes in Darfur. A charge he denies. Mary Harper reports.

 

President al-Bashir told a rally in Khartoum that if anybody want to fight him, they should come directly to Sudan instead of issuing arrest warrants from afar. His decision to travel to the Darfur town of * on Sunday is a clear sign of defiance in the face of international pressure for him to be trialed for war crimes allegedly committed in the region. He's been accused by the international criminal court of murder, rape, torture and *.

 

The Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has announced a 50% cut in the tax pay by country’s wine growers, who sell their wines abroad. President Fernandez said the move was aimed at helping the nation's wine growers offset the effects of global financial crisis. She also announced that the Inter-American Development Bank will be releasing 15 million dollars in aid for small wineries.

 

A fill about Ethiopia under the rule of its exile former military leader Mengistu Haile Miriam has won the top prize at the pan-African film Television Festival in *. “Teza” by the Ethiopia born director Haile Gerima beat 19 other entrances. * reports from *.

 

The Ethiopian film Teza was a popular winner of Africa's top film award *. It's the story of a doctor who returned to his country determined to help develop it, but once back in Ethiopia, he was confronted with a repressive regime of dictator Mengistu and a number of difficult more choices. American film * or * won best documentary. It dealt with a common thing here getting justice for victims of past abuses.

 

  BBC World Service News.    
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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

 

Two American envoys have met the Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem in the first visit to Damascus by high ranking US officials in more than four years. One of the envoys, Jeffrey Feltman, said the discussion has been constructive and been not about finger appointing, but about identifying areas of mutual concern. * reports from Beirut.

 

The Syrian government has played down the significant of the talks between the US diplomats and the Syrian administer of foreign affairs. One Syrian official who wanted to remain anonymous said Damascus didn't want to make a big deal of the talks and the government was treating them with great caution. Over the last two days, Obama administration officials have repeatedly said that was they wanted to engage with Damascus , they /are/ also have real concerns about the role of Syrian in the region and its support for groups like Hamas and *.

 

Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad has submitted his cabinet resignation to make way for government of national unity. The rival Hamas movement has welcomed the decision, which Mr. Fayyad said would take effect after unity government was formed. The announcement follows relaunch last month of reconciliation talks between Hamas and Fatah party of the Palestinian President Muhammad Abbas.

 

A British resident freed from Guantanamo Bay last month has released more details which he says support his claims that the British security service MI5 could telegram his interrogation by the CIA. The Ethiopia born Binyam Mohamed has given a British newspaper what he says are two telegrams sent by MI5 to the CIA after he being transferred to Morocco in 2002. The director of the civil rights group Liberty * explained why the telegram was so crucial as far as she was concerned. "The telegram suggests that where they did nowhere he was, they did know that he was under the CIA control and they were asking the Americans to interrogate him in a certain way and that's may looks very much like smoking gun whether I am write or not about that, it certainly more than enough to call the police in. So I think what this does is to make a mediate, criminal investigation absolutely inescapable."

 

Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has got to * to recuperate after the car crush on Friday which he suffered minor injuries and his wife was killed. A source close to Mr. Tsvangirai said the Prime Minister needed time to rest and come to terms with what had happened, stressing that his departure from Zimbabwe had nothing to do with security concerns. The MDC Secretary General Tendai Biti who is now also Zimbabwe's finance minister, speculated that the accident could have been avoided. "The police are making investigations. We are also carrying out when independent this *. We will be making * as soon as *. In due course, there are certain things that could available to avoid this thing and one of them is clearly afford I mean *."

 

BBC News.

 

The Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir says he will travel to Darfur on Sunday, his first business to the region since the International Criminal Court issued a warrant for his arrest. Mr. al-Bashir has been accused of committing war crimes in Darfur. A charge he denies. Mary Harper reports.

 

President al-Bashir told a rally in Khartoum that if anybody want to fight him, they should come directly to Sudan instead of issuing arrest warrants from afar. His decision to travel to the Darfur town of * on Sunday is a clear sign of defiance in the face of international pressure for him to be tried for war crimes allegedly committed in the region. He's been accused by the international criminal court of murder, rape, torture and pillage.

 

The Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has announced a 50% cut in the tax pay by country’s wine growers, who sell their wines abroad. President Fernandez said the move was aimed at helping the nation's wine growers offset the effects of global financial crisis. She also announced that the Inter-American Development Bank will be releasing 15 million dollars in aid for small wineries.

 

A film about Ethiopia under the rule of its exile former military leader Mengistu Haile Miriam has won the top prize at the pan-African film Television Festival in Burkina Faso. “Teza” by the Ethiopia born director Haile Gerima beat 19 other entrances. * reports from *.

 

The Ethiopian film Teza was a popular winner of Africa's top film award *. It's the story of a doctor who returned to his country determined to help develop it, but once back in Ethiopia, he was confronted with a repressive regime of dictator Mengistu and a number of difficult more choices. American film * or * won best documentary. It dealt with a common thing here getting justice for victims of past abuses.

 

BBC World Service News.

 

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BBC News with Marian Marshall

 

Two American envoys have met the Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem in the first visit to Domascus by high ranking US officials in more than four years .One of the envoys, Jeffrey Feltman said the discussions had been constructive ,and had been not about finger-ppointing but about the identifying areas of mutual concern .Natalia Antelava reports from Beruit

 

The Syria government has played down the significance of the talks between US diplomats and the Syrian ministers of foreing affairs .One Syrian official who wanted to remain anonymous said Damascus did not want to make a big deal of the talks and that the government was treating them with great caution .Over the last three days , Obama administration officials have repeatedly said that where they wanted to engage with Damascus, they also have real concerns about the role of the Syrian region and its support for groups like Hamas and Hezbollah.

 

The Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad has submitted his cabinet's resignation to make way for a government of national unity.The rival Hamas movement has welcomed the decision which Mr. Fayyad said would take effect after a unity government was formed .The announcement follows the re-launch last month of reconncilation talks between Hamas and Fatah party of the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

 

A British resident freed from Guantanamo Bay last month has released more details,which he says supported his claims that the British Service MI5 ,colluded his interrigation by the CIA .Ethiopian-born Binyam Mohamed has given a British paper what he says two telegrams sent by MI5 to the CIA after he being been transfered to Morocco in 2002 .The director of the civil right group Liberty, Shami Chakrabati explained why the telegramd were so crucial as far as she was concerned .

 

The telegrams suggested that whether they did not know where he was ,they did not know he was under the CIA control and they were asking the Americans to interrigate him in a certain way.And that //looks very much like a smoking gun .Whether they were right or not about that ,it's certainly not that enough to call the police in , so why they think what does it is to make an immediate criminal investigation absoutely inescapable .

 

Zimbabwe’s Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has gone to Botswana to recuperate after the car crash on Friday which he suffered the minor injuries and his wife was killed .A source close to Mr. Tsvangirai said the Prime Minster need time to rest and come to terms with what'd happened ,stressing that his departure from Zimbabwe had nothing to do with the security concerns .The MDC Secretary General Tendai Biti who was now alsoZimbabwe’s Finance Minister speculated the accident could have been avoided. The police are making investigation .

 

We are also clearly wanting independent investigations .We will be making necessary through the annoucement in due course.The certain thing could have helped to avoid this thing one of them is clearly fought//.

 

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The Sudanee President Omar al-Bashir says he will travel to Darfur on Sunday .It is on his first visit to the region since th International Criminal Court issued a warrant for his arrest .Mr . al-Bashir has been accused of committing war crimes in Darfur, a charge he denies . Mary Harper reports .

 

President al-Bashir told the rally in Khartoum that if anybody wanted to fight him, they should come directly to Sudan instead of issuing an arrested warrant from afar .His decision to travel theDarfuri town of el-Fasher on Sunday is a clear sign of defiance in the face of international pressure for him to be trial for war crimes allegedly commited in the region .He has been accused by the International Criminal Court of muder, torture ,rape and pillage.

 

TheArgentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has announced a 50 percent cut in the tax pay by the country's wine growers who sell their wines abroad .President Fernandez said the move was aimed at helping the nation's wine grower, offset the effects of the global financial crisis .She also announced that the internal American development bank will be releasing 50 million dollars in aid for small wineries .

 

A film about Ethiopia under the rule of its exiled foreign military leader Mengistu Haile Mariam has won the top prize at the pan-African film and television festival in Burkina Faso. Teza by the Ethiopian-born director Haile Gerima beat 19 other entries. James Copnall reports from //.

 

Ethiopian film Teza was a popular winner of Africa’s top film award, the Yennenga Stallion. It’s a story of a doctor who returns to his country, determine to help develop it. But once back in Ethiopia, he is confronted with repressive regime of dictator Mengistu and a number of difficult moral choices. A Moroccan film ‘Nos Lieux interdits’ or ‘Our forbidden places’, won best documentary. Hideout was a common theme here, getting justice for victims of // abuses.

 

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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

 
Two American envoys have met the Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem in the first visit to Damascus by high ranking US officials in more than four years. One of the envoys, Jeffrey Feltman, said the discussion has been constructive and been not about finger appointing, but about identifying areas of mutual concern. // reports from Beirut.

 

The Syrian government has played down the significance of the talks between the US diplomats and the Syrian minister of foreign affairs. One Syrian official who wanted to remain anonymous said Damascus didn't want to make a big deal of the talks and the government was treating them with great caution. Over the last two days, Obama administration officials have repeatedly said that was they wanted to engage with Damascus, they / also have real concerns about the role of Syrian in the region and its support for groups like Hamas and Hazbula.

 

Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad has submitted his cabinet resignation to make way for government of national unity. The rival Hamas movement is welcomed the decision, which Mr. Fayyad said would take effect after a / unity government was formed. The announcement follows relaunch last month of reconciliation talks between Hamas and Fatah party at the Palestinian President Muhammad Abbas.

 

A British resident freed from Guantanamo Bay last month has released more details which he says support his claims that the British security service MI5 could liudit his interrogation by the CIA. The Ethiopia born Binyam Mohamed has given a British newspaper what he says are two telegrams sent by MI5 to the CIA after he being transferred to Morocco in 2002. The director of the civil rights group Liberty * explained why the telegrams were so crucial as far as she was concerned. "The telegrams suggest that where they did nowhere he was, they did know he was under the CIA control and they were asking the Americans to interrogate him in a certain way and that's looks very much like smoking gun whether I am write or not about that, it certainly more than enough to call the police in. So I think what this does is to make a mediate, criminal investigation absolutely inescapable."

 

Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has got to Botswana to recuperate after the car crush on Friday which he suffered minor injuries and his wife was killed. A source close to Mr. Tsvangirai said the Prime Minister needed time to rest and come to terms with what had happened, stressing that he is departure from Zimbabwe had nothing to do with security concerns. The MDC Secretary General Tendai Biti is now also Zimbabwe's finance minister, speculated that the accident could have been avoided. "The police are making investigations. We are also carrying one of independent investigations. We will be making * as soon as announcement, in due course, the second thing's that could develop to avoid this thing and one of them is clearly afford I mean *."

 
BBC News.

 

The Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir says he will travel to Darfur on Sunday, his first visit to the region since the International Criminal Court issued a warrant for his arrest. Mr. al-Bashir has been accused of committing war crimes in Darfur. A charge he denies. Mary Harper reports.

 

President al-Bashir told a rally in Khartoum that if anybody want to fight him, they should come directly to Sudan instead of issuing arrest warrants from afar. His decision to travel to the Darfur town of * on Sunday is a clear sign of defiance in the face of international pressure for him to be trailed for war crimes allegedly committed in the region. He's been accused by the international criminal court of murder, rape, torture and pillage.

 

The Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has announced a 50% cut in the tax pay by the country's wine growers, who sell their wines abroad. President Fernandez said the move was aimed at helping the nation's wine growers offset the effects of global financial crisis. She also announced that the Inter-American Development Bank will be releasing 15 million dollars in aid for small wineries.

 

A film about Ethiopia under the rule of its exiled former military leader Mengistu Haile Miriam has won the top prize at the Pan-African Film and Television Festival in Burkina Faso. Teza by the Ethiopia born director Haile Gerima beat 19 other entrances. * reports from *.

 

The Ethiopian film Teza was a popular winner of Africa's top film award *. It's the story of a doctor who returned to his country determined to help develop it, but once back in Ethiopia, he was confronted with a repressive regime of dictator Mengistu and a number of difficult moral choices. American film * or Off Abandon Places won best documentary. It dealt with a common thing here, getting justice for victims of past abuses.

 

BBC World Service News.      

 

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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

Two American envoys have met the Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem in the first visit to Damascus by high-ranking US officials in more than four years. One of the envoys, Jeffrey Feltman, said that the discussion had been constructive and had been not about finger-pointing but about identifying areas of mutual concern. Natalia Antelava reports from Beirut.

The Syrian government has played down the significance of the talks between the US diplomats and the Syrian minister of foreign affairs. One Syrian official who wanted to remain anonymous said Damascus didn't want to make a big deal of the talks and that the government was treating them with great caution. Over the last two days, Obama administration officials have repeatedly said that while they wanted to engage with Damascus, they also have real concerns about the role of Syria in the region and its support for groups like Hamas and Hezbollah.

The Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad has submitted his cabinet resignation to make way for a government of national unity. The rival Hamas Movement has welcomed the decision, which Mr. Fayyad said would take effect after a unity government was formed. The announcement follows the relaunch last month of reconciliation talks between Hamas and Fatah party of the Palestinian President Muhammad Abbas.

A British resident freed from Guantanamo Bay last month has released more details which he says support his claims that the British security service MI5 colluded in his interrogation by the CIA. / Ethiopia-born Binyam Mohamed has given a British newspaper what he says are two telegrams sent by MI5 to the CIA after he'd been transferred to Morocco in 2002. The director of the civil rights group Liberty, Shami Chakrabati, explained why the telegrams were so crucial as far as she was concerned.

"The telegrams suggest that while they did know where he was, they did know / he was under the CIA control and they were asking the Americans to interrogate him in a certain way, and that's to me looks very much like a smoking gun. Whether I am right or not about that, it's certainly more than enough to call the police in. So I think what this does is to make a mediate criminal investigation, absolutely inescapable."

Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has got to Botswana to recuperate after the car crash on Friday which he suffered minor injuries and his wife was killed. A source close to Mr. Tsvangirai said the prime minister needed time to rest and come to terms with what had happened, stressing that his departure from Zimbabwe had nothing to do with security concerns. The MDC Secretary General Tendai Biti, who is now also Zimbabwe's finance minister, speculated that the accident could have been avoided.

"The police are making investigations. We are also carrying on our own independent investigations. We will be making the necessary amendments so an announcement in due course. There are certain things that could have helped to avoid this thing, and one of them is clearly for a police escort."

BBC News.

The Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir says he will travel to Darfur on Sunday, his first visit to the region since the International Criminal Court issued a warrant for his arrest. Mr. al-Bashir has been accused of committing war crimes in Darfur, a charge he denies. Mary Harper reports.

President al-Bashir told a rally in Khartoum that if anybody wanted to fight him, they should come directly to Sudan instead of issuing arrest warrants from afar. His decision to travel to the Darfur town of El-Fasher on Sunday is a clear sign of defiance in the face of international pressure for him to be tried for war crimes allegedly committed in the region. He's been accused by the International Criminal Court of murder, rape, torture and pillage.

The Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has announced a 50% cut in the tax paid by country’s wine growers who sell their wines abroad. President Fernandez said the move was aimed at helping the nation's wine growers offset the effects of the global financial crisis. She also announced that the Inter-American Development Bank will be releasing 15 million dollars in aid for small wineries.

A film about Ethiopia under the rule of its exiled former military leader Mengistu Haile Miriam has won the top prize at the Pan-African Film and Television Festival in Burkina Faso. “Teza” by the Ethiopia-born director Haile Gerima beat 19 other entries. James Copnall reports from Rabat.

The Ethiopian film Teza was a popular winner of Africa's top film award *. It's the story of a doctor who returns to his country determined to help develop it, but once back in Ethiopia, he's confronted with a repressive regime of dictator Mengistu and a number of difficult moral choices. A Moroccan film "Nos lieux interdits" or "Our forbidden places" won best documentary. It dealt with a common thing here getting justice for victims of past abuses.

BBC World Service News.

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Two American envoys met the Syria foreign minister , in a first visit by high ranking US officials in more than 4 years. One of the envoys said the discussion had been constructive and it is not about finger-pointing but identifying areas of mutual concern. The Syria government has played down the significance of the talks of the US diplomats and the Syrian foreign minister. One Syrian official do you want to make a big deal and the government was treating them great caution. Over the last few days, Obama administration officials has repeatedly said that while they want to leave , they also have real concern about the worsening Syrian region. Hamaz has… Has submitted his assignation to make way for governmental national unities. The rival welcomed the decision. A British residence, free from last month, has released more details, in which he said supports came when the British MI5 …his interegation by the CIA. …has given the British newspaper what he said was two sentiground sent by the MI5 to the CIA after he had been transferred to Morocow in 2002. The director of Civilized Liberty explained why the telegram is extremely crucial as far as she was concerned. “The telegram suggests that didn’t know where he was, CIA’s control and he was asking the Americans to interrogate in a certain way. Look very much like a smoking gun. It certainly says more than enough to call the police in. What he does is thus making immediate criminal investigation. Absolutely inescapable.” After the crash on Friday in which he suffered minor injuries and his wife was killed. A source close to … said the PM needed time to rest and come to terms with what had happened. Has nothing to do with security concern. The NBC secretary general , who is now also Zam speculated the accident could have been avoided. “The police are making investigation and we are also of the investigation. ” The Sudanese president says he would travel to Darfur on Sunday. It’s his first visit to the region since the international criminal court had issued a warrant of his arrest. Mr. Al Obashir has been accused for the war crimes in Darfur, a charge he denies. Mary Harper reports. President Al says told the rallian that if anyone wanted to fight him, he should come directly so Sudan instead of issuing an arrest warrant from afar. His decision to travel to the Darfur region on Sunday, is a clear sign of defiance in the face of international pressure. He’s been accused by the International Criminal Court of murder, rape, torture and pilitch. The Argentina President has announced a fifty percent cut in the tax pay by the country’s wine growers to sell their wines abroad. President said the move’s aim was to help the nation’s winegrowers to offset the effects of world financial crisis. She also announced the Inter American Development Bank will be releasing fifty million dollars in aid for small winegrowers.

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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

Two American envoys have met the Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem in the first visit to Damascus by high-ranking US officials in more than four years. One of the envoys, Jeffrey Feltman, said that the discussion had been constructive and had been not about finger-pointing but about identifying areas of mutual concern. Natalia Antelava reports from Beirut.

The Syrian government has played down the significance of the talks between the US diplomats and the Syrian
Minister of Foreign Affairs. One Syrian official who wanted to remain anonymous said Damascus didn't want to make a big deal of the talks and that the government was treating them with great caution. Over the last two days, Obama administration officials have repeatedly said that while they wanted to engage with Damascus, they also have real concerns about the role of Syria in the region and its support for groups like Hamas and Hezbollah.

The Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad has submitted his cabinet resignation to make way for a government of national unity. The rival Hamas Movement has welcomed the decision, which Mr. Fayyad said would take effect after a unity government was formed. The announcement follows the relaunch last month of reconciliation talks between Hamas and
the Fatah party of the Palestinian President Muhammad Abbas.

A British resident freed from Guantanamo Bay last month has released more details which he says support his claims that the British security service MI5 colluded in his interrogation by the CIA. / Ethiopia-born Binyam Mohamed has given a British newspaper what he says are two telegrams sent by MI5 to the CIA after he'd been transferred to Morocco in 2002. The director of the civil rights group Liberty, Shami Chakrabati, explained why the telegrams were so crucial as far as she was concerned.

"The telegrams suggest that while they
didn’t know where he was, they did know / he was under / CIA control and they were asking the Americans to interrogate him in a certain way. Now that to me looks very much like a smoking gun. Whether I am right or not about that, it's certainly more than enough to call the police in. So I think what this does is to make a mediate criminal investigation, absolutely inescapable."

Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has got to Botswana to recuperate after the car crash on Friday
in which he suffered minor injuries and his wife was killed. A source close to Mr. Tsvangirai said the prime minister needed time to rest and come to terms with what had happened, stressing that his departure from Zimbabwe had nothing to do with security concerns. The MDC Secretary General Tendai Biti, who is now also Zimbabwe's finance minister, speculated that the accident could have been avoided.

"The police are making investigations. We are also carrying on our own independent investigations. We will be making the necessary amendments so an announcement in due course. There are certain things that could have helped to avoid this thing, and one of them is clearly for a police escort."

BBC News.

The Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir says he will travel to Darfur on Sunday, his first visit to the region since the International Criminal Court issued a warrant for his arrest. Mr. al-Bashir has been accused of committing war crimes in Darfur, a charge he denies. Mary Harper reports.

President al-Bashir told a rally in Khartoum that if anybody wanted to fight him, they should come directly to Sudan instead of issuing arrest warrants from afar. His decision to travel to the Darfur town of El-Fasher on Sunday is a clear sign of defiance in the face of international pressure for him to be tried for war crimes allegedly committed in the region. He's been accused by the International Criminal Court of murder, rape, torture and pillage.

The Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has announced a 50% cut in the tax paid by country’s wine growers who sell their wines abroad. President Fernandez said the move was aimed at helping the nation's wine growers offset the effects of the global financial crisis. She also announced that the Inter-American Development Bank will be releasing 15 million dollars in aid for small wineries.

A film about Ethiopia under the rule of its exiled former military leader Mengistu Haile Miriam has won the top prize at the Pan-African Film and Television Festival in Burkina Faso. “Teza” by the Ethiopia-born director Haile Gerima beat 19 other entries. James Copnall reports from Rabat.

The Ethiopian film Teza was a popular winner of Africa's top film award,
the Yennenga Stallion. It's the story of a doctor who returns to his country determined to help develop it, but once back in Ethiopia, he's confronted with the repressive regime of the dictator Mengistu and a number of difficult moral choices. A Moroccan film "Nos lieux interdits" or "Our forbidden places" won best documentary. It dealt with a common thing here getting justice for victims of past abuses.

BBC World Service News.

 




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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

Two American envoys have met the Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem in the first visit to Damascus by high-ranking US officials in more than four years. One of the envoys, Jeffrey Feltman, said that the discussion had been constructive and had been not about finger-pointing but about identifying areas of mutual concern. Natalia Antelava reports from Beirut.

The Syrian government has played down the significance of the talks between the US diplomats and the Syrian Minister of Foreign Affairs. One Syrian official who wanted to remain anonymous said Damascus didn't want to make a big deal of the talks and that the government was treating them with great caution. Over the last two days, Obama administration officials have repeatedly said that while they wanted to engage with Damascus, they also have real concerns about the role of Syria in the region and its support for groups like Hamas and Hezbollah.

The Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad has submitted his cabinet resignation to make way for a government of national unity. The rival Hamas Movement has welcomed the decision, which Mr. Fayyad said would take effect after a unity government was formed. The announcement follows the relaunch last month of reconciliation talks between Hamas and the Fatah party of the Palestinian President Muhammad Abbas.

A British resident freed from Guantanamo Bay last month has released more details which he says support his claims that the British security service MI5 colluded in his interrogation by the CIA. / Ethiopia-born Binyam Mohamed has given a British newspaper what he says are two telegrams sent by MI5 to the CIA after he'd been transferred to Morocco in 2002. The director of the civil rights group Liberty, Shami Chakrabati, explained why the telegrams were so crucial as far as she was concerned.

"The telegrams suggest that while they didn’t know where he was, they did know / he was under / CIA control and they were asking the Americans to interrogate him in a certain way. Now that to me looks very much like a smoking gun. Whether I am right or not about that, it's certainly more than enough to call the police in. So I think what this does is to make a mediate criminal investigation, absolutely inescapable."

Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has got to Botswana to recuperate after the car crash on Friday in which he suffered minor injuries and his wife was killed. A source close to Mr. Tsvangirai said the prime minister needed time to rest and come to terms with what had happened, stressing that his departure from Zimbabwe had nothing to do with security concerns. The MDC Secretary General Tendai Biti, who is now also Zimbabwe's finance minister, speculated that the accident could have been avoided.

"The police are making investigations. We are also
carrying out our own independent investigations. We will be making the necessary amendments so our announcements in due course. There are certain things that could have helped to avoid this thing, and one of them is clearly
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BBC News.

The Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir says he will travel to Darfur on Sunday, his first visit to the region since the International Criminal Court issued a warrant for his arrest. Mr. al-Bashir has been accused of committing war crimes in Darfur, a charge he denies. Mary Harper reports.

President al-Bashir told a rally in Khartoum that if anybody wanted to fight him, they should come directly to Sudan instead of issuing arrest warrants from afar. His decision to travel to the Darfur town of El-Fasher on Sunday is a clear sign of defiance in the face of international pressure for him to be tried for war crimes allegedly committed in the region. He's been accused by the International Criminal Court of murder, rape, torture and pillage.

The Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has announced a 50% cut in the tax paid by country’s wine growers who sell their wines abroad. President Fernandez said the move was aimed at helping the nation's wine growers offset the effects of the global financial crisis. She also announced that the Inter-American Development Bank will be releasing 15 million dollars in aid for small wineries.

A film about Ethiopia under the rule of its exiled former military leader Mengistu Haile Miriam has won the top prize at the Pan-African Film and Television Festival in Burkina Faso. “Teza” by the Ethiopia-born director Haile Gerima beat 19 other entries. James Copnall reports from Rabat.

The Ethiopian film Teza was a popular winner of Africa's top film award, the Yennenga Stallion. It's the story of a doctor who returns to his country determined to help develop it, but once back in Ethiopia, he's confronted with the repressive regime of the dictator Mengistu and a number of difficult moral choices. A Moroccan film "Nos lieux interdits" or "Our forbidden places" won best documentary. It dealt with a common thing here getting justice for victims of past abuses.

BBC World Service News.

 




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A British resident freed from Guantanamo Bay last month has released more details which he says support his claims that the British security service, MI5, colluded in his interrogation by the CIA. Ethiopia-born Binyam Mohamed has given a British newspaper what he says / two telegrams sent by MI5 to the CIA after he'd been transferred to Morocco in 2002. The director of the civil rights group Liberty, Shami Chakrabati, explained why the telegrams were so crucial as far as she was concerned.

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Ethiopia-born Binyam Mohamed has given a British newspaper what, he says, are two telegrams sent by MI5 to the CIA after he'd been transferred to Morocco in 2002.


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