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BBC news with Marian Marshall

 

The value of shares on Wall Street has soared after the American government announced details of its plan to revive the banking system. The Dow Jones Index closed up almost 7%, its biggest one day rise in nearly five months. President Obama has said he’s very confident that the bank rescue plan will succeed. Greg Wood reports from New York.

 

Previous government plans to relieve the banks of the mortgage-backed securities and non-performing home loans which are weighing them down have met with a contentious response from Wall Street. But this time it was different. And bank shares leapt on the belief that the latest scheme might actually work to relieve their burden. It calls for the government and private investors to put up equal sums of money to create funds to buy the toxic assets from the banks. These funds would also be able to borrow more money from the government at low rates to increase their purchasing power.

 

The World Trade Organization has said it expects the volume of world trade to fall by 9% this year, its biggest contraction since the Second World War. But in a new report the WTO urged governments to refrain from further protectionist measures, saying this would hamper economic recovery. Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva.

  

As recently as January the International Monetary Fund predicted a global trade reduction of just 2.8%. Now the World Trade Organization says the outlook is in fact far worse. Developed countries will bear the brunt of the dropping demand. Their exports are expected to fall by 10%, with the WTO acknowledges a consequent rise in unemployment. 

 

A suicide bomber has struck at a funeral in Iraq, killing at least 25 people. Nearly 50 people were wounded. Hugh Sykes reports. 

 

The suicide bomber exploded his device in a dense crowd of mourners in a funeral tent in the town of Jalula, 115 kilometers northeast of Baghdad. They were attending the funeral of the father of Karim Khudadat, an official in the Kurdish Committee Party which is part of the political bloc that's led by the Iraqi President Jalal Talabani. It’s likely that Mr. Khudadat was the target.  

 

Al-Qaeda in Iraq have mounted dozens of suicide bomb attacks in Diarra province, most of them since the organization was driven out of areas west of Baghdad where local people formed the Awakening Movement, a coalition of Sunni tribes which joined forces with the Americans to fight al-Qaeda. 

 

The Mexican authorities have offered a reward of up to two million dollars each for information leading to the arrest of the 24 most wanted leaders of Mexican drug gangs. Among those on the list, published by the office of the attorney general is Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo recently became the first suspected Mexican drug cartel leader to be included in the list of the world’s richest billionaires by the American magazine Forbes. 

 

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

 

The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has condemned as a terrorist crime the killing of the deputy head of the Palestine Liberation Organization in Lebanon Kamal Medhat. Mr. Medhat, a member of the Fatah political faction and three of his body guards were killed by a roadside bomb as they were leaving the Mieh Mieh refugee camp in southern Lebanon. 

 

The Nobel Peace Prize committee says it won’t participate in a peace conference in South Africa unless the country reconsiders its decision not to allow the Dalai Lama to attend. The government has said the time isn’t right for the visit because it will distract from the issues of the conference on using football to fight racism. A presidential spokesman denied that China had exerted any pressure.  

 

Scientists in United States say there’s new evidence for the concept of cold nuclear fusion. Adhered to theoretical process, it promises a cheap and abundant source of energy. Matt Mcgrath has more.

  

There was a great deal of scientific excitement in March, 1989 when researchers first declared they’d produced nuclear energy using simple laboratory equipment. That hopes of endless cheap power supplies were short-lived as other scientists failed to reproduce what was termed “cold fusion”. Some experts refused to give up on an idea that imitated the energy source of the sun at room temperatures. Now at a meeting of the American Chemical Society in Utah, researchers say they have the first clear visual evidence that the process of cold fusion can produce highly energetic neutrons--particles that suggest that new nuclear reactions are occurring. 

 

The American cyclist and 7-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong has broken his collarbone in a crash during a race in Spain. He was taken to hospital after a pileup and he said that if he needs surgery this could scupper his chances of competing in the Tour de France in July. Armstrong, who’s 37, returned to competitive cycling earlier this year, three years after saying he’d retired from the sport. 

 

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the value of walk street soar after american government announce detail of revive banking system. Dojohns index close up 7%.it is the biggest one day rise in nearly 5m. p obama said that he is very confindent that the rescue plan will suceedd. * report from ny.

 

prev government plan to release bank of mortgage back security and nonperformance home loan is to want them down.*comtemp is responsible for walk street. but this time is diffirent. bank share lefe at the *skin may actually work to relieve their burden.it call the gov and privat invest to put up equal mount money to create fund to buy toxic asset from bank. this fund also be able to borrow more money from governmet at low rate to increase purchase power.

 

the world trade orgnization have said it expect the world trade to fall by 9% this year. it is the biggest contraction since world war 2. but report wto urge government to reform the protection. said this will harmp economy recover.* report from *.

 

in this recerntly journly international monetary fund predicate global trade reducation a just 2.8%. now WTO said the outlook is in fact far worse. developint country will be brought to the droping demand and their export drop 10%. with WTO acknowledge at consequence rise of unemployment.

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BBC news with Marian Mathew

The value of shares on Wall Street has soared after the American government announced details of its plan to revive the banking system. The Dow Johns Index *up almost 7%,its biggest one day rise in nearly five months. President Obama has said he’s very confident the banking rescue plan will succeed. Greed Wood reports from New York.

 

Previous government plans to relieve the banks the of mortgage bank security is a long performing home loans which wing them down have met with the contemptuous response from Wall Street. But this time it was different. And bank shares *on the belief the latest scheme might actually work to relive their burden. It causes the government in private invest to put up equal sums of money to create funds to buy the * from the banks. These funds will also able to borrow more money from the government at low rates to increase their purchasing power.

 

The World Trade Organization has said they expect the volume of world trade to fall by 9% this year, its biggest contraction since second world war. But in a new report the WTO urge  governments to refrain from further protectionist measures, saying this would hamper economic recovery. Imagine Falks Reports from Geneva.

 

As recently as January the International Monetary Fund predicted the global trade reduction 0f just 2.8%. Now the World Trade Organization says the outlook is in fact far a worse. Developed countries will bear the prompt of the dropping demand. Their exports are expected to fall by 10%,with the WTO acknowledges a consequent rise in unemployment .

 

A suicide bomber has struck a funeral in Iraq, killing at least 25 people ,nearly 50 people were wounded. Husight reports.

The suicide bomber exploited his device in a dense crowd of mourners in a funeral tent in the town of Genalo ,a 115 kilometers northeast Baghdad. They were attending the funeral of the father of Harmit Hodada , an officially and committee party which is part of the political block that led by the Iraqi President Jalal al-Talabani . It’s likely that Mr. Hodada was the target.

Al-Qaida in Iraq amount to dozens of suicide bomb attacks in Diarra province. Most of them sense the organization was* west Baghdad where local people formed their weekly movement, a coalition of * tribes which joined forces with the Americans to fight al-Qaida.

 

The Mexican authorities have offered a reward of up to two million dollars each for information leading to the arrest of the 24 most wanted leaders of Mexican drug gangs. Among those on the list, published by the office of Italy Journal is Hooking* , known as  *recently became the first suspect of Mexican drug cartel leader to be included in the list of the world’s richest billionaires by the American magazine Forbes. You’re listening to the latest world news from the BBC

The Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas has condemned the terrorist crime the killing of the deputy head of the Palestine Liberation Organization in Lebanon Marhat. Mr. Marhat , a member of the political faction and three of his body guards were killed by a roadside bomb as they were leaving the Miamier refuge camp in southern Lebanon.

 

A Nobel Peace Prize committee says they won’t participate in a peace conference in south Africa and let the country reconsider its decision not allow the Dalai Lama to attend . The government has said the time isn’t right for the visit because it will distract from issue of the conference on using football to fight racism. A presidential spokesman denied China has exerted any pressure.

 

Scientists in United States say that new evidence for the concept of cold nuclear fusion ahead to  theoretical progress .They promise a cheap and abundance source of energy. Magema has more.

  

There was a great deal of scientific excitement in March, 1999 when researchers first declared they’ve produced nuclear energy using simple * equipment. The hopes of endless cheap power supplies were short lived as other scientists failed to reproduce autos termed cold fusion. Some experts refused to give up the idea that imitated the energy source of sun at room temperatures. Now at a meeting of the American chemical society Utah ,researchers say they have the first clear visual evidence that the process of cold fusion can produce highly energetic *. Partical suggest that new nuclear reactions are reoccurring.

The American cyclist and 7 times Tour France winner Armstrong has broken his column bone  in a crash during a racing spans. He was taken to hospital after a pileup and said that if he needs surgery this could scalpel his chances of competing in the Tour France in July. Armstrong , who’s 37 , returned competitive cycling earlier this year ,three years after saying he retired from the spot.

BBC news.

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the value of walk street soar after american government announce detail of revive banking system. Dojohns index close up 7%.it is the biggest one day rise in nearly 5m. p obama said that he is very confindent that the rescue plan will suceedd. * report from ny. prev government plan to release bank of mortgage back security and nonperformance home loan is to want them down.*comtemp is responsible for walk street. but this time is diffirent. bank share lefe at the *skin may actually work to relieve their burden.it call the gov and privat invest to put up equal mount money to create fund to buy toxic asset from bank. this fund also be able to borrow more money from governmet at low rate to increase purchase power. the world trade orgnization have said it expect the world trade to fall by 9% this year. it is the biggest contraction since world war 2. but report wto urge government to reform the protection. said this will harmp economy recover.* report from *. in this recerntly journly international monetary fund predicate global trade reducation a just 2.8%. now WTO said the outlook is in fact far worse. developint country will be brought to the droping demand and their export drop 10%. with WTO acknowledge at consequence rise of unemployment.
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BBC news with Marian Marshall

The value of shares on Wall Street has soared after the American government announced details of its plan to revive the banking system. The Dow Johns Index *up almost 7%,its biggest one day rise in nearly five months. President Obama has said he’s very confident the banking rescue plan will succeed. Greg Wood reports from New York.

 

Previous government plans to relieve the banks the of mortgage bank security is a non-performing homeloans which are wearing them down have met with the contemptuous response from Wall Street. But this time it was different. And bank shares leaped on the belief the latest scheme might actually work to relive their burden. It causes the government in private invest to put up equal sums of money to create funds to buy the * assets from the banks. These funds will also able to borrow more money from the government at low rates to increase their purchasing power.

 

The World Trade Organization has said they expect the volume of world trade to fall by 9% this year, its biggest contraction since second world war. But in a new report the WTO urge governments to refrain from further protectionist measures, saying this would hamper economic recovery.  Imogen Foulkes Reports from Geneva.

 

As recently as January the International Monetary Fund predicted the global trade reduction 0f just 2.8%. Now the World Trade Organization says the outlook is in fact far worse. Developed countries will bear the prompt of the dropping demand. Their exports are expected to fall by 10%,with the WTO acknowledges a consequent rise in unemployment .

 

A suicide bomber has struck a funeral in Iraq, killing at least 25 people ,nearly 50 people were wounded. Hugh Sykes reports.

The suicide bomber exploded his device in a dense crowd of mourners in a funeral tent in the town of Jalula 115 kilometers northeast of Baghdad. They were attending the funeral of the father of Karim Khudadat, an official and kurdish communitee party which is part of the political block which led by the Iraqi President Jalal al-Talabani . It’s likely that Mr. Khudadat was the target.

Al-Qaida in Iraq amounted to dozens of suicide bomb attacks in Diarra province. Most of them sense the organization was driven out of area west of Baghdad where local people formed their weakening movement, a coalition of Sunni tribes which joined forces with the Americans to fight al-Qaida.

 

The Mexican authorities have offered a reward of up to two million dollars each for information leading to the arrest of the 24 most wanted leaders of Mexican drug gangs. Among those on the list, published by the office of the Attorney General is Joaquín Guzmán Loera , known as  "El Chapo" recently became the first suspect of Mexican drug cartel leader to be included in the list of the world’s richest billionaires by the American magazine Forbes. You’re listening to the latest world news from the BBC

 

The Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas has condemned the terrorist crime, the killing of the deputy head of the Palestine Liberation Organization in Lebanon Kamal Medhat. Mr. Medhat, a member of the political faction and three of his body guards were killed by a roadside bomb as they were leaving the Miamier refuge camp in southern Lebanon.

 

A Nobel Peace Prize committee says they won’t participate in a peace conference in south Africa and let the country reconsider its decision not to allow the Dalai Lama to attend . The government has said the time isn’t right for the visit because it will distract from issue of the conference on using football to fight racism. A presidential spokesman denied China has exerted any pressure.

 

Scientists in United States say there is new evidence for the concept of cold nuclear fusion ahead to  theoretical progress .They promise a cheap and abundance source of energy. Magema has more.

  

There was a great deal of scientific excitement in March, 1999 when researchers first declared they’ve produced nuclear energy using simple laboratory equipment. The hopes of endless cheap power supplies were short lived as other scientists failed to reproduce autos termed cold fusion. Some experts refused to give up the idea that imitated the energy source of sun at room temperatures. Now at a meeting of the American chemical society Utah ,researchers say they have the first clear visual evidence that the process of cold fusion can produce highly energetic neutrons. Partical suggest that new nuclear reactions are reoccurring.

The American cyclist and 7 times Tour France winner Lance Armstrong has broken his column bone  in a crash during a racing spans. He was taken to hospital after a pileup and said that if he needs surgery this could scalpel his chances of competing in the Tour France in July. Armstrong , who’s 37 , returned competitive cycling earlier this year ,three years after saying he retired from the spot.

BBC news.

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BBC news with Marian Marshall.

 

The value of shares on Wall Street has soared after the American government announced details of its plan to revive the banking system. The Dow Johns Index closed up almost 7%,its biggest one day rise in nearly five months. President Obama has said he’s very confident the banking rescue plan will succeed. Greg Wood reports from New York.

 

Previous government plans to relieve the banks the of mortgage bank security is a non-performing homeloans which are wearing them down have met with the contemptuous response from Wall Street. But this time it was different. And bank shares leaped on the belief the latest scheme might actually work to relive their burden. It causes the government and private investors to put up equal sums of money to create funds to buy the toxic assets from the banks. These funds will also able to borrow more money from the government at low rates to increase their purchasing power.

 

The World Trade Organization has said they expect the volume of world trade to fall by 9% this year, its biggest contraction since Second World War. But in a new report the WTO urge governments to refrain from further protectionist measures, saying this would hamper economic recovery. Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva.

 

As recently as January the International Monetary Fund predicted a global trade reduction 0f just 2.8%. Now the World Trade Organization says the outlook is in fact far a worse. Developed countries will bear the brunt of the dropping demand. Their exports are expected to fall by 10%,with the WTO acknowledges a consequent rise in unemployment .

 

A suicide bomber has struck a funeral in Iraq, killing at least 25 people ,nearly 50 people were wounded. Hugh Sykes reports.

 

The suicide bomber exploded his device in a dense crowd of mourners in a funeral tent in the town of Jalula, 115 kilometers northeast of Baghdad. They were attending the funeral of the father of Karim Khudadat, an official in the Kurdish committee party which is part of the political block which led by the Iraqi President Jalal Talabani. It’s likely that Mr. Khudadat was the target.

 

Al-Qaeda in Iraq amounted to dozens of suicide bomb attacks in Diarra province. Most of them sense the organization was driven out of areas of west Baghdad where local people formed their weekly movement, a coalition of Sunni tribes which joined forces with the Americans to fight al-Qaeda.

 

The Mexican authorities have offered a reward of up to two million dollars each for information leading to the arrest of the 24 most wanted leaders of Mexican drug gangs. Among those on the list, published by the office of the Attorney General is Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo recently became the first suspect of Mexican drug cartel leader to be included in the list of the world’s richest billionaires by the American magazine Forbes. You’re listening to the latest world news from the BBC.

 

The Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas has condemned the terrorist crime the killing of the deputy head of the Palestine Liberation Organization in Lebanon Kamal Medhat. Mr. Medhat, a member of the Fatah political faction and three of his body guards were killed by a roadside bomb as they were leaving the Mieh Mieh refugee camp in southern Lebanon.

 

A Nobel Peace Prize committee says they won’t participate in a peace conference in south Africa unless the country reconsider its decision not to allow the Dalai Lama to attend . The government has said the time isn’t right for the visit because it will distract from issue of the conference on using football to fight racism. A presidential spokesman denied that China has exerted any pressure.

 

Scientists in United States say there’s new evidence for the concept of cold nuclear fusion ahead to theoretical progress .They promise a cheap and abundance source of energy. Matt Mcgrath has more.

 

There was a great deal of scientific excitement in March, 1999 when researchers first declared they’ve produced nuclear energy using simple laboratory equipment. The hopes of endless cheap power supplies were short lived as other scientists failed to reproduce autos termed cold fusion. Some experts refused to give up on the idea that imitated the energy source of sun at room temperatures. Now at a meeting of the American chemical society in Utah ,researchers say they have the first clear visual evidence that the process of cold fusion can produce highly energetic neutrons. xx goes that suggests that new nuclear reactions are reoccurring.

 

The American cyclist and 7 times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong has broken his collarbone in a crash during a race in Spain. He was taken to hospital after a pileup and said that if he needs surgery this could scalpel his chances of competing in the Tour de France in July. Armstrong , who’s 37 , returned to competitive cycling earlier this year ,three years after saying he retired from the sport.

 

BBC news.

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BBC news with Marian Marshall

 

The value of shares on Wall Street has soared after the American government announced details of its plan to revive the banking system. The Dow Johns Index closed up almost 7%,its biggest one day rise in nearly five months. President Obama has said he's very confident the bank rescue plan will succeed. Greg Wood reports from New York.

 

Previous government plans to relieve the banks of the of mortgage back security is a non-performing homeloans which are wearing them down have met with the contemptuous response from Wall Street. But this time it was different. And bank shares leaped on the belief of the latest scheme might actually work to relieve their burden. It calls for the government and private investors to put up equal sums of money to create funds to buy the toxic assets from the banks. These funds would also be able to borrow more money from the government at low rates to increase their purchasing power.

 

The World Trade Organization has said it expects the volume of world trade to fall by 9% this year, its biggest contraction since second world war. But in a new report the WTO urge governments to refrain from further protectionist measures, saying this would hamper economic recovery. Imogen Foulkes Reports from Geneva.

 

As recently as January the International Monetary Fund predicted the global trade reduction of just 2.8%. Now the World Trade Organization says the outlook is in fact far worse. Developed countries will bear the prompt of the dropping demand. Their exports are expected to fall by 10%,with the WTO acknowledges a consequent rise in unemployment.

 

A suicide bomber has struck a funeral in Iraq, killing at least 25 people ,nearly 50 people were wounded. Hugh Sykes reports.

 

The suicide bomber exploded his device in a dense crowd of mourners in a funeral tent in the town of Jalula 115 kilometers northeast of Baghdad. They were attending the funeral of the father of Karim Khudadat, an official and kurdish communitee party which is part of the political block which led by the Iraqi President Jalal al-Talabani . It's likely that Mr. Khudadat was the target. Al-Qaida in Iraq amounted to dozens of suicide bomb attacks in Diarra province. Most of them sense the organization was driven out of area west of Baghdad where local people formed their weakening movement, a coalition of Sunni tribes which joined forces with the Americans to fight al-Qaida.

 

The Mexican authorities have offered a reward of up to two million dollars each for information leading to the arrest of the 24 most wanted leaders of Mexican drug gangs. Among those on the list, published by the office of the Attorney General is Joaquín Guzmán Loera , known as "El Chapo" recently became the first suspect of Mexican drug cartel leader to be included in the list of the world's richest billionaires by the American magazine Forbes.

 

You're listening to the latest world news from the BBC

 

The Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas has condemned the terrorist crime, the killing of the deputy head of the Palestine Liberation Organization in Lebanon Kamal Medhat. Mr. Medhat, a member of the Fatah political faction and three of his body guards were killed by a roadside bomb as they were leaving the Miamier refuge camp in southern Lebanon.

 

A Nobel Peace Prize committee says they won't participate in a peace conference in south Africa and lets the country reconsider its decision not to allow the Dalai Lama to attend. The government has said the time isn't right for the visit because it will distract from issue of the conference on using football to fight racism. A presidential spokesman denied that China has exerted any pressure.

 

Scientists in United States say there is new evidence for the concept of cold nuclear fusion ahead to theoretical progress .They promise a cheap and abundance source of energy. Magema has more.

 

There was a great deal of scientific excitement in March, 1999 when researchers first declared they've produced nuclear energy using simple laboratory equipment. The hopes of endless cheap power supplies were short lived as other scientists failed to reproduce autos termed cold fusion. Some experts refused to give up the idea that imitated the energy source of sun at room temperatures. Now at a meeting of the American chemical society Utah ,researchers say they have the first clear visual evidence that the process of cold fusion can produce highly energetic neutrons. Partical suggest that new nuclear reactions are reoccurring.

 

The American cyclist and 7 times Tour France winner Lance Armstrong has broken his column bone in a crash during a racing in spain. He was taken to hospital after a pileup and said that if he needs surgery this could scalpel his chances of competing in the Tour France in July. Armstrong , who's 37 , returned competitive cycling earlier this year ,three years after saying he retired from the spot.

 

BBC news.

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BBC news with Marian Marshall.

 

The value of shares on Wall Street has soared after the American government announced details of its plan to revive the banking system. The Dow Johns Index closed up almost 7%,its biggest one day rise in nearly five months. President Obama has said he’s very confident the banking rescue plan will succeed. Greg Wood reports from New York.

 

Previous government plans to relieve the banks of mortgage bad security and non-performing homeloans which are wearing them down have met with the contemptuous response from Wall Street. But this time it was different. And bank shares leaped on the belief the latest scheme might actually work to relive their burden. It causes the government and private investors to put up equal sums of money to create funds to buy the toxic assets from the banks. These funds will also able to borrow more money from the government at low rates to increase their purchasing power.

 

The World Trade Organization has said they expect the volume of world trade to fall by 9% this year, its biggest contraction since Second World War. But in a new report the WTO urge governments to refrain from further protectionist measures, saying this would hamper economic recovery. Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva.

 

As recently as January the International Monetary Fund predicted a global trade reduction 0f just 2.8%. Now the World Trade Organization says the outlook is in fact far a worse. Developed countries will bear the brunt of the dropping demand. Their exports are expected to fall by 10%,with the WTO acknowledges a consequent rise in unemployment .

 

A suicide bomber has struck a funeral in Iraq, killing at least 25 people ,nearly 50 people were wounded. Hugh Sykes reports.

 

The suicide bomber exploded his device in a dense crowd of mourners in a funeral tent in the town of Jalula, 115 kilometers northeast of Baghdad. They were attending the funeral of the father of Karim Khudadat, an official in the Kurdish committee party which is part of the political block which led by the Iraqi President Jalal Talabani. It’s likely that Mr. Khudadat was the target.

 

Al-Qaeda in Iraq amounted to dozens of suicide bomb attacks in Diarra province. Most of them sense the organization was driven out of areas of west Baghdad where local people formed their weekly movement, a coalition of Sunni tribes which joined forces with the Americans to fight al-Qaeda.

 

The Mexican authorities have offered a reward of up to two million dollars each for information leading to the arrest of the 24 most wanted leaders of Mexican drug gangs. Among those on the list, published by the office of the Attorney General is Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo recently became the first suspect of Mexican drug cartel leader to be included in the list of the world’s richest billionaires by the American magazine Forbes. You’re listening to the latest world news from the BBC.

 

The Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas has condemned the terrorist crime the killing of the deputy head of the Palestine Liberation Organization in Lebanon Kamal Medhat. Mr. Medhat, a member of the Fatah political faction and three of his body guards were killed by a roadside bomb as they were leaving the Mieh Mieh refugee camp in southern Lebanon.

 

A Nobel Peace Prize committee says they won’t participate in a peace conference in south Africa unless the country reconsider its decision not to allow the Dalai Lama to attend . The government has said the time isn’t right for the visit because it will distract from issue of the conference on using football to fight racism. A presidential spokesman denied that China has exerted any pressure.

 

Scientists in United States say there’s new evidence for the concept of cold nuclear fusion ahead to theoretical progress , the promise of a cheap and abundance source of energy. Matt Mcgrath has more.

 

There was a great deal of scientific excitement in March, 1999 when researchers first declared they’ve produced nuclear energy using simple laboratory equipment. The hopes of endless cheap power supplies were short lived as other scientists failed to reproduce autos termed cold fusion. Some experts refused to give up on the idea that imitated the energy source of sun at room temperatures. Now at a meeting of the American chemical society in Utah ,researchers say they have the first clear visual evidence that the process of cold fusion can produce highly energetic neutrons. particles that suggests that new nuclear reactions are reoccurring.

 

The American cyclist and 7 times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong has broken his collarbone in a crash during a race in Spain. He was taken to hospital after a pileup and said that if he needs surgery this could scalpel his chances of competing in the Tour de France in July. Armstrong , who’s 37 , returned to competitive cycling earlier this year ,three years after saying he retired from the sport.

 

BBC news.

 

 

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BBC news with Marian Marshall.

 

The value of shares on Wall Street has soared after the American government announced details of its plan to revive the banking system. The Dow Johns Index closed up almost 7%,its biggest one day rise in nearly five months. President Obama has said he’s very confident the banking rescue plan will succeed. Greg Wood reports from New York.

 

Previous government plans to relieve the banks of the mortgage-back securities and non-performing homeloans which are wearing them down have met with the contemptuous response from Wall Street. But this time it was different. And bank shares leaped on the belief (that) the latest scheme might actually work to relive their burden. It calls for the government and private investors to put up equal sums of money to create funds to buy the toxic assets from the banks. These funds will also able to borrow more money from the government at low rates to increase their purchasing power.

 

The World Trade Organization has said they expect the volume of world trade to fall by 9% this year, its biggest contraction since Second World War. But in a new report the WTO urge governments to refrain from further protectionist measures, saying this would hamper economic recovery. Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva.

 

As recently as January the International Monetary Fund predicted a global trade reduction 0f just 2.8%. Now the World Trade Organization says the outlook is in fact far a worse. Developed countries will bear the brunt of the dropping demand. Their exports are expected to fall by 10%,with the WTO acknowledges a consequent rise in unemployment .

 

A suicide bomber has struck a funeral in Iraq, killing at least 25 people ,nearly 50 people were wounded. Hugh Sykes reports.

 

The suicide bomber exploded his device in a dense crowd of mourners in a funeral tent in the town of Jalula, 115 kilometers northeast of Baghdad. They were attending the funeral of the father of Karim Khudadat, an official in the Kurdish committee party which is part of the political block which led by the Iraqi President Jalal Talabani. It’s likely that Mr. Khudadat was the target.

 

Al-Qaeda in Iraq amounted to dozens of suicide bomb attacks in Diarra province. Most of them sense the organization was driven out of areas of west Baghdad where local people formed their weekly movement, a coalition of Sunni tribes which joined forces with the Americans to fight al-Qaeda.

 

The Mexican authorities have offered a reward of up to two million dollars each for information leading to the arrest of the 24 most wanted leaders of Mexican drug gangs. Among those on the list, published by the office of the Attorney General is Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo recently became the first suspect of Mexican drug cartel leader to be included in the list of the world’s richest billionaires by the American magazine Forbes. You’re listening to the latest world news from the BBC.

 

The Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas has condemned the terrorist crime the killing of the deputy head of the Palestine Liberation Organization in Lebanon Kamal Medhat. Mr. Medhat, a member of the Fatah political faction and three of his body guards were killed by a roadside bomb as they were leaving the Mieh Mieh refugee camp in southern Lebanon.

 

A Nobel Peace Prize committee says they won’t participate in a peace conference in south Africa unless the country reconsider its decision not to allow the Dalai Lama to attend . The government has said the time isn’t right for the visit because it will distract from issue of the conference on using football to fight racism. A presidential spokesman denied that China has exerted any pressure.

 

Scientists in United States say there’s new evidence for the concept of cold nuclear fusion ahead to theoretical progress , the promise of a cheap and abundance source of energy. Matt Mcgrath has more.

 

There was a great deal of scientific excitement in March, 1999 when researchers first declared they’ve produced nuclear energy using simple laboratory equipment. The hopes of endless cheap power supplies were short lived as other scientists failed to reproduce autos termed cold fusion. Some experts refused to give up on the idea that imitated the energy source of sun at room temperatures. Now at a meeting of the American chemical society in Utah ,researchers say they have the first clear visual evidence that the process of cold fusion can produce highly energetic neutrons. particles that suggests that new nuclear reactions are reoccurring.

 

The American cyclist and 7 times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong has broken his collarbone in a crash during a race in Spain. He was taken to hospital after a pileup and said that if he needs surgery this could scalpel his chances of competing in the Tour de France in July. Armstrong , who’s 37 , returned to competitive cycling earlier this year ,three years after saying he retired from the sport.

 

BBC news.

 

 

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BBC news with Marian Marshall.

 

The value of shares on Wall Street has soared after the American government announced details of its plan to revive the banking system. The Dow Jones Index closed up almost 7%,its biggest one day rise in nearly five months. President Obama has said he’s very confident the banking rescue plan will succeed. Greg Wood reports from New York.

 

Previous government plans to relieve the banks of the mortgage-back securities and non-performing home loans which are wearing them down have met with the contemptuous response from Wall Street. But this time it was different. And bank shares leaped on the belief that the latest scheme might actually work to relieve their burden. It calls for the government and private investors to put up equal sums of money to create funds to buy the toxic assets from the banks. These funds will also be able to borrow more money from the government at low rates to increase their purchasing power.

 

The World Trade Organization has said they expect the volume of world trade to fall by 9% this year, its biggest contraction since Second World War. But in a new report the WTO urge governments to refrain from further protectionist measures, saying this would hamper economic recovery. Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva.

 

As recently as January the International Monetary Fund predicted a global trade reduction 0f just 2.8%. Now the World Trade Organization says the outlook is in fact far a worse. Developed countries will bear the brunt of the dropping demand. Their exports are expected to fall by 10%,with the WTO acknowledges a consequent rise in unemployment .

 

A suicide bomber has struck at a funeral in Iraq, killing at least 25 people, nearly 50 people were wounded. Hugh Sykes reports.

 

The suicide bomber exploded his device in a dense crowd of mourners in a funeral tent in the town of Jalula, 115 kilometers northeast of Baghdad. They were attending the funeral of the father of Karim Khudadat, an official in the Kurdish committee party which is part of the political block that led by the Iraqi President Jalal Talabani. It’s likely that Mr. Khudadat was the target.

 

Al-Qaeda in Iraq amounted to dozens of suicide bomb attacks in Diarra province. Most of them sense the organization was driven out of areas of west Baghdad where local people formed their weekly movement, a coalition of Sunni tribes which joined forces with the Americans to fight al-Qaeda.

 

The Mexican authorities have offered a reward of up to two million dollars each for information leading to the arrest of the 24 most wanted leaders of Mexican drug gangs. Among those on the list, published by the office of the Attorney General is Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo recently became the first suspect of Mexican drug cartel leader to be included in the list of the world’s richest billionaires by the American magazine Forbes.

 

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

 

The Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas has condemned the terrorist crime the killing of the deputy head of the Palestine Liberation Organization in Lebanon Kamal Medhat. Mr. Medhat, a member of the Fatah political faction and three of his body guards were killed by a roadside bomb as they were leaving the Mieh Mieh refugee camp in southern Lebanon.

 

A Nobel Peace Prize committee says they won’t participate in a peace conference in south Africa unless the country reconsider its decision not to allow the Dalai Lama to attend. The government has said the time isn’t right for the visit because it will distract from issue of the conference on using football to fight racism. A presidential spokesman denied that China has exerted any pressure.

 

Scientists in United States say there’s new evidence for the concept of cold nuclear fusion ahead to theoretical progress, the promise of a cheap and abundance source of energy. Matt Mcgrath has more.

  

There was a great deal of scientific excitement in March, 1989 when researchers first declared they’ve produced nuclear energy using simple laboratory equipment. The hopes of endless cheap power supplies were short lived as other scientists failed to reproduce autos termed cold fusion. Some experts refused to give up on the idea that imitated the energy source of sun at room temperatures. Now at a meeting of the American chemical society in Utah ,researchers say they have the first clear visual evidence that the process of cold fusion can produce highly energetic neutrons. Particles that suggests that new nuclear reactions are reoccurring.

 

The American cyclist and 7 times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong has broken his collarbone in a crash during a race in Spain. He was taken to hospital after a pileup and said that if he needs surgery this could scalpel his chances of competing in the Tour de France in July. Armstrong , who’s 37 , returned to competitive cycling earlier this year ,three years after saying he retired from the sport.

 

BBC news.

 

 

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BBC news with Marian Marshall.

 

The value of shares on Wall Street has soared after the American government announced details of its plan to revive the banking system. The Dow Johns Index closed up almost 7%,its biggest one day rise in nearly five months. President Obama has said he’s very confident the banking rescue plan will succeed. Greg Wood reports from New York.

 

Previous government plans to relieve the banks of the mortgage-back securities and non-performing homeloans which are wearing them down have met with the contemptuous response from Wall Street. But this time it was different. And bank shares leaped on the belief (that) the latest scheme might actually work to relive their burden. It calls for the government and private investors to put up equal sums of money to create funds to buy the toxic assets from the banks. These funds will also able to borrow more money from the government at low rates to increase their purchasing power.

 

The World Trade Organization has said they expect the volume of world trade to fall by 9% this year, its biggest contraction since Second World War. But in a new report the WTO urge governments to refrain from further protectionist measures, saying this would hamper economic recovery. Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva.

 

As recently as January the International Monetary Fund predicted a global trade reduction 0f just 2.8%. Now the World Trade Organization says the outlook is in fact far a worse. Developed countries will bear the brunt of the dropping demand. Their exports are expected to fall by 10%,with the WTO acknowledges a consequent rise in unemployment .

 

A suicide bomber has struck a funeral in Iraq, killing at least 25 people ,nearly 50 people were wounded. Hugh Sykes reports.

 

The suicide bomber exploded his device in a dense crowd of mourners in a funeral tent in the town of Jalula, 115 kilometers northeast of Baghdad. They were attending the funeral of the father of Karim Khudadat, an official in the Kurdish committee party which is part of the political block which led by the Iraqi President Jalal Talabani. It’s likely that Mr. Khudadat was the target.

 

Al-Qaeda in Iraq amounted to dozens of suicide bomb attacks in Diarra province. Most of them sense the organization was driven out of areas of west Baghdad where local people formed their weekly movement, a coalition of Sunni tribes which joined forces with the Americans to fight al-Qaeda.

 

The Mexican authorities have offered a reward of up to two million dollars each for information leading to the arrest of the 24 most wanted leaders of Mexican drug gangs. Among those on the list, published by the office of the Attorney General is Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo recently became the first suspect of Mexican drug cartel leader to be included in the list of the world’s richest billionaires by the American magazine Forbes. You’re listening to the latest world news from the BBC.

 

The Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas has condemned the terrorist crime the killing of the deputy head of the Palestine Liberation Organization in Lebanon Kamal Medhat. Mr. Medhat, a member of the Fatah political faction and three of his body guards were killed by a roadside bomb as they were leaving the Mieh Mieh refugee camp in southern Lebanon.

 

A Nobel Peace Prize committee says they won’t participate in a peace conference in south Africa unless the country reconsider its decision not to allow the Dalai Lama to attend . The government has said the time isn’t right for the visit because it will distract from issue of the conference on using football to fight racism. A presidential spokesman denied that China has exerted any pressure.

 

Scientists in United States say there’s new evidence for the concept of cold nuclear fusion ahead to theoretical progress , the promise of a cheap and abundance source of energy. Matt Mcgrath has more.

 

There was a great deal of scientific excitement in March, 1999 when researchers first declared they’ve produced nuclear energy using simple laboratory equipment. The hopes of endless cheap power supplies were short lived as other scientists failed to reproduce autos termed cold fusion. Some experts refused to give up on the idea that imitated the energy source of sun at room temperatures. Now at a meeting of the American chemical society in Utah ,researchers say they have the first clear visual evidence that the process of cold fusion can produce highly energetic neutrons. particles that suggests that new nuclear reactions are reoccurring.

 

The American cyclist and 7 times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong has broken his collarbone in a crash during a race in Spain. He was taken to hospital after a pileup and said that if he needs surgery this could scalpel his chances of competing in the Tour de France in July. Armstrong , who’s 37 , returned to competitive cycling earlier this year ,three years after saying he retired from the sport.

 

BBC news.

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BBC news with Marian Marshall.

 

The value of shares on Wall Street has soared after the American government announced details of its plan to revive the banking system. The Dow Jones Index closed up almost 7%,its biggest one day rise in nearly five months. President Obama has said he’s very confident the banking rescue plan will succeed. Greg Wood reports from New York.

 

Previous government plans to relieve the banks of the mortgage-back securities and non-performing home loans which are wearing them down have met with the contemptuous response from Wall Street. But this time it was different. And bank shares leaped on the belief that the latest scheme might actually work to relieve their burden. It calls for the government and private investors to put up equal sums of money to create funds to buy the toxic assets from the banks. These funds will also be able to borrow more money from the government at low rates to increase their purchasing power.

 

The World Trade Organization has said they expect the volume of world trade to fall by 9% this year, its biggest contraction since Second World War. But in a new report the WTO urge governments to refrain from further protectionist measures, saying this would hamper economic recovery. Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva.

 

As recently as January the International Monetary Fund predicted a global trade reduction 0f just 2.8%. Now the World Trade Organization says the outlook is in fact far a worse. Developed countries will bear the brunt of the dropping demand. Their exports are expected to fall by 10%,with the WTO acknowledges a consequent rise in unemployment .

 

A suicide bomber has struck / a funeral in Iraq, killing at least 25 people. Nearly 50 people were wounded. Hugh Sykes reports.

 

The suicide bomber exploded his device in a dense crowd of mourners in a funeral tent in the town of Jalula, 115 kilometers northeast of Baghdad. They were attending the funeral of the father of Karim Khudadat, an official in the Kurdish committee party which is part of the political block that led by the Iraqi President Jalal Talabani. It’s likely that Mr. Khudadat was the target.

 

Al-Qaeda in Iraq amounted to dozens of suicide bomb attacks in Diarra province, most of them since the organization was driven out of areas of west Baghdad where local people formed their weekly movement, a coalition of Sunni tribes which joined forces with the Americans to fight al-Qaeda.

 

The Mexican authorities have offered a reward of up to two million dollars each for information leading to the arrest of the 24 most wanted leaders of Mexican drug gangs. Among those on the list, published by the office of the Attorney General is Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo recently became the first suspect of Mexican drug cartel leader to be included in the list of the world’s richest billionaires by the American magazine Forbes.

 

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

 

The Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas has condemned the terrorist crime the killing of the deputy head of the Palestine Liberation Organization in Lebanon Kamal Medhat. Mr. Medhat, a member of the Fatah political faction and three of his body guards were killed by a roadside bomb as they were leaving the Mieh Mieh refugee camp in southern Lebanon.

 

A Nobel Peace Prize committee says they won’t participate in a peace conference in south Africa unless the country reconsider its decision not to allow the Dalai Lama to attend. The government has said the time isn’t right for the visit because it will distract from issue of the conference on using football to fight racism. A presidential spokesman denied that China had exerted any pressure.

 

Scientists in United States say there’s new evidence for the concept of cold nuclear fusion ahead to theoretical progress, the promise of a cheap and abundance source of energy. Matt Mcgrath has more.

  

There was a great deal of scientific excitement in March, 1989 when researchers first declared they’ve produced nuclear energy using simple laboratory equipment. The hopes of endless cheap power supplies were short lived as other scientists failed to reproduce autos termed cold fusion. Some experts refused to give up on the idea that imitated the energy source of sun at room temperatures. Now at a meeting of the American chemical society in Utah ,researchers say they have the first clear visual evidence that the process of cold fusion can produce highly energetic neutrons. Particles that suggests that new nuclear reactions are reoccurring.

 

The American cyclist and 7 times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong has broken his collarbone in a crash during a race in Spain. He was taken to hospital after a pileup and said that if he needs surgery this could scalpel his chances of competing in the Tour de France in July. Armstrong , who’s 37 , returned to competitive cycling earlier this year ,three years after saying he retired from the sport.

 

BBC news.

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BBC news with Marian Marshall.

 

The value of shares on Wall Street has soared after the American government announced details of its plan to revive the banking system. The Dow Jones Index closed up almost 7%, its biggest one day rise in nearly five months. President Obama has said he’s very confident the bank rescue plan will succeed. Greg Wood reports from New York.

 

Previous government plans to relieve the banks of the mortgage-back securities and non-performing home loans which are wearing them down have met with the contemptuous response from Wall Street. But this time it was different. And bank shares leaped on the belief that the latest scheme might actually work to relieve their burden. It calls for the government and private investors to put up equal sums of money to create funds to buy the toxic assets from the banks. These funds would also be able to borrow more money from the government at low rates to increase their purchasing power.

 

The World Trade Organization has said they expect the volume of world trade to fall by 9% this year, its biggest contraction since Second World War. But in a new report the WTO urge governments to refrain from further protectionist measures, saying this would hamper economic recovery. Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva.

 

As recently as January the International Monetary Fund predicted a global trade reduction 0f just 2.8%. Now the World Trade Organization says the outlook is in fact far worse. Developed countries will bear the brunt of the dropping demand. Their exports are expected to fall by 10%, with the WTO acknowledges a consequent rise in unemployment .

 

A suicide bomber has struck at a funeral in Iraq, killing at least 25 people, nearly 50 people were wounded. Hugh Sykes reports.

 

The suicide bomber exploded his device in a dense crowd of mourners in a funeral tent in the town of Jalula, 115 kilometers northeast of Baghdad. They were attending the funeral of the father of Karim Khudadat, an official in the Kurdish committee party which is part of the political block that led by the Iraqi President Jalal Talabani. It’s likely that Mr. Khudadat was the target.

 

Al-Qaeda in Iraq amounted to dozens of suicide bomb attacks in Diarra province. Most of them sense the organization was driven out of areas of west Baghdad where local people formed their weekly movement, a coalition of Sunni tribes which joined forces with the Americans to fight al-Qaeda.

 

The Mexican authorities have offered a reward of up to two million dollars each for information leading to the arrest of the 24 most wanted leaders of Mexican drug gangs. Among those on the list, published by the office of the Attorney General is Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo recently became the first suspect of Mexican drug cartel leader to be included in the list of the world’s richest billionaires by the American magazine Forbes.

 

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

 

The Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas has condemned the terrorist crime the killing of the deputy head of the Palestine Liberation Organization in Lebanon Kamal Medhat. Mr. Medhat, a member of the Fatah political faction and three of his body guards were killed by a roadside bomb as they were leaving the Mieh Mieh refugee camp in southern Lebanon.

 

A Nobel Peace Prize committee says they won’t participate in a peace conference in South Africa unless the country reconsiders its decision not to allow the Dalai Lama to attend. The government has said the time isn’t right for the visit because it will distract from the issues of the conference on using football to fight racism. A presidential spokesman denied that China has exerted any pressure.

 

Scientists in United States say there’s new evidence for the concept of cold nuclear fusion ahead to theoretical progress, the promise of a cheap and abundance source of energy. Matt Mcgrath has more.

 

There was a great deal of scientific excitement in March, 1989 when researchers first declared they’ve produced nuclear energy using simple laboratory equipment. The hopes of endless cheap power supplies were short lived as other scientists failed to reproduce atom-stemmed cold fusion. Some experts refused to give up on the idea that imitated the energy source of sun at room temperatures. Now at a meeting of the American chemical society in Utah, researchers say they have the first clear visual evidence that the process of cold fusion can produce highly energetic neutrons. Particles that suggests that new nuclear reactions are occurring.

 

The American cyclist and 7 times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong has broken his collarbone in a crash during a race in Spain. He was taken to hospital after a pileup and said that if he needs surgery this could scalpel his chances of competing in the Tour de France in July. Armstrong , who’s 37 , returned to competitive cycling earlier this year ,three years after saying he’d retired from the sport.

 

BBC news.

 

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BBC news with Marian Marshall. The value of shares on Wall Street has soared after the American government announced details of its plan to revive the banking system. The Dow Johns Index closed up almost 7%,its biggest one day rise in nearly five months. President Obama has said he’s very confident the banking rescue plan will succeed. Greg Wood reports from New York. Previous government plans to relieve the banks of the mortgage-back securities and non-performing homeloans which are wearing them down have met with the contemptuous response from Wall Street. But this time it was different. And bank shares leaped on the belief (that) the latest scheme might actually work to relive their burden. It calls for the government and private investors to put up equal sums of money to create funds to buy the toxic assets from the banks. These funds will also able to borrow more money from the government at low rates to increase their purchasing power. The World Trade Organization has said they expect the volume of world trade to fall by 9% this year, its biggest contraction since Second World War. But in a new report the WTO urge governments to refrain from further protectionist measures, saying this would hamper economic recovery. Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva. As recently as January the International Monetary Fund predicted a global trade reduction 0f just 2.8%. Now the World Trade Organization says the outlook is in fact far a worse. Developed countries will bear the brunt of the dropping demand. Their exports are expected to fall by 10%,with the WTO acknowledges ,a consequent rise in unemployment . A suicide bomber has struck a funeral in Iraq, killing at least 25 people ,nearly 50 people were wounded. Hugh Sykes reports. The suicide bomber exploded his device in a dense crowd of mourners in a funeral tent in the town of Jalula, 115 kilometers northeast of Baghdad. They were attending the funeral of the father of Karim Khudadat, an official in the Kurdish committee party which is part of the political bloc which led by the Iraqi President Jalal Talabani. It’s likely that Mr. Khudadat was the target. Al-Qaeda in Iraq amounted to dozens of suicide bomb attacks in Diarra province. Most of them sense the organization was driven out of areas of west Baghdad where local people formed their weekly movement, a coalition of Sunni tribes which joined forces with the Americans to fight al-Qaeda. The Mexican authorities have offered a reward of up to two million dollars each for information leading to the arrest of the 24 most wanted leaders of Mexican drug gangs. Among those on the list, published by the office of the Attorney General is Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo recently became the first suspect of Mexican drug cartel leader to be included in the list of the world’s richest billionaires by the American magazine Forbes. You’re listening to the latest world news from the BBC. The Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas has condemned the terrorist crime the killing of the deputy head of the Palestine Liberation Organization in Lebanon Kamal Medhat. Mr. Medhat, a member of the Fatah political faction and three of his body guards were killed by a roadside bomb as they were leaving the Mieh Mieh refugee camp in southern Lebanon. A Nobel Peace Prize committee says they won’t participate in a peace conference in south Africa unless the country reconsider its decision not to allow the Dalai Lama to attend . The government has said the time isn’t right for the visit because it will distract from issue of the conference on using football to fight racism. A presidential spokesman denied that China has exerted any pressure. Scientists in United States say there’s new evidence for the concept of cold nuclear fusion ahead to theoretical progress , the promise of a cheap and abundance source of energy. Matt Mcgrath has more. There was a great deal of scientific excitement in March, 1989 when researchers first declared they’ve produced nuclear energy using simple laboratory equipment. The hopes of endless cheap power supplies were short lived as other scientists failed to reproduce autos termed cold fusion. Some experts refused to give up on the idea that imitated the energy source of sun at room temperatures. Now at a meeting of the American chemical society in Utah ,researchers say they have the first clear visual evidence that the process of cold fusion can produce highly energetic neutrons. particles that suggests that new nuclear reactions are reoccurring. The American cyclist and 7 times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong has broken his collarbone in a crash during a race in Spain. He was taken to hospital after a pileup and said that if he needs surgery this could scalpel his chances of competing in the Tour de France in July. Armstrong , who’s 37 , returned to competitive cycling earlier this year ,three years after saying he retired from the sport. BBC news. [ 本帖最后由 brightu 于 2009-3-24 22:21 编辑 ]
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BBC news with Marian Marshall.
 
The value of shares on Wall Street has soared after the American government announced details of its plan to revive the banking system. The Dow Johns Index closed up almost 7%, its biggest one-day rise in nearly five months. President Obama has said he’s very confident the banking rescue plan will succeed. Greg Wood reports from New York.
 
Previous government plans to relieve the banks of the mortgage-back securities and non-performing homeloans which are wearing them down have met with the contemptuous response from Wall Street. But this time it was different. And bank shares leaped on the belief (that) the latest scheme might actually work to relive their burden. It calls for the government and private investors to put up equal sums of money to create funds to buy the toxic assets from the banks. These funds will also be able to borrow more money from the government at low rates to increase their purchasing power.
 
The World Trade Organization has said they expect the volume of world trade to fall by 9% this year, its biggest contraction since Second World War. But in a new report the WTO urged governments to refrain from further protectionist measures, saying this would hamper economic recovery. Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva.
 
As recently as January the International Monetary Fund predicted a global trade reduction 0f just 2.8%. Now the World Trade Organization says the outlook is in fact far worse. Developed countries will bear the brunt of the dropping demand. Their exports are expected to fall by 10%,with the WTO acknowledges ,a consequent rise in unemployment .
 
A suicide bomber has struck a funeral in Iraq, killing at least 25 people ,nearly 50 people were wounded. Hugh Sykes reports.
The suicide bomber exploded his device in a dense crowd of mourners in a funeral tent in the town of Jalula, 115 kilometers northeast of Baghdad. They were attending the funeral of the father of Karim Khudadat, an official in the Kurdish committee party which is part of the political bloc that led by the Iraqi President Jalal Talabani. It’s likely that Mr. Khudadat was the target.
Al-Qaeda in Iraq amounted to dozens of suicide bomb attacks in Diarra province. Most of them sense the organization was driven out of areas of west Baghdad where local people formed their weekly movement, a coalition of Sunni tribes which joined forces with the Americans to fight al-Qaeda.
 
The Mexican authorities have offered a reward of up to two million dollars each for information leading to the arrest of the 24 most-wanted leaders of Mexican drug gangs. Among those on the list, published by the office of the Attorney General is Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo recently became the first suspect of Mexican drug cartel leader to be included in the list of the World’s Richest Billionaires by the American magazine Forbes.
You’re listening to the latest world news from the BBC.
 
 The Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas has condemned the terrorist crime the killing of the deputy head of the Palestine Liberation Organization in Lebanon Kamal Medhat. Mr. Medhat, a member of the Fatah political faction and three of his bodyguards were killed by a roadside bomb as they were leaving the Mieh Mieh refugee camp in southern Lebanon.
 
A Nobel Peace Prize committee says they won’t participate in a peace conference in south Africa unless the country reconsider its decision not to allow the Dalai Lama to attend . The government has said the time isn’t right for the visit because it will distract from issues of the conference on using football to fight racism. A presidential spokesman denied that China has executed any pressure.
 
Scientists in United States say there’s new evidence for the concept of cold nuclear fusion ahead to theoretical progress , the promise of a cheap and abundant source of energy. Matt Mcgrath has more.
 
There was a great deal of scientific excitement in March, 1989 when researchers first declared they’ve produced nuclear energy using simple laboratory equipment. The hopes of endless cheap power supplies were short lived as other scientists failed to reproduce autos termed cold fusion. Some experts refused to give up on the idea that imitated the energy source of sun at room temperatures. Now at a meeting of the American chemical society in Utah ,researchers say they have the first clear visual evidence that the process of cold fusion can produce highly energetic neutrons. particles that suggests that new nuclear reactions are reoccurring.
 
The American cyclist and 7 times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong has broken his collarbone in a crash during a race in Spain. He was taken to hospital after a pileup and said that if he needs surgery this could scalpel his chances of competing in the Tour de France in July. Armstrong , who’s 37 , returned to competitive cycling earlier this year ,three years after saying he retired from the sport. BBC news.
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