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BBC News with Neil Nunes.

 

 

The Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been accused of undermining the international standing of his country in a live televised debate with his main rival in this month's presidential elections, the former Iranian Prime Minister Mir-Hossein Mousavi. John Leyne reports now from Teheran.

This was a remarkable, unprecedented no-holds-barred fight between these two political rivals. Mr. Ahmadinejad started by accusing his opponents of spreading lies about his government. Mr. Mousivi responded by mocking Mr. Ahmadinejad's foreign policy, which he said, had undermined the dignity of Iran. And Mr. Mousavi went on to attack the government for repressing student protests. Mr. Ahmadinejad countered again, criticizing Mr. Mousavi's wife for campaigning on his behalf and accusing her of not having the right qualifications for her post as university professor.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is fighting for his political survival after the 4th ministerial resignation in 2 days. The Communities Secretary Hazel Blears chose the day before Britain goes to the polls for European and local elections to announce that she was leaving the government. She is understood to have been angry with Mr. Brown for singling her out for condemnation in the row over how MPs have been using their expenses. The BBC has received a letter written by a Labor MP calling for Mr. Brown to step down. The opposition Conservative leader David Cameron challenged the Prime Minister and Parliament to call a general election.

"He told us he had the right team to take the country forward. That team is now deserting him. The government is collapsing before our eyes. Why doesn't he take the one act of authority left to him: get down to the Palace, ask for a dissolution, call an election."

President Obama has begun the visit to the Middle East, hoping to build the dialogue between the United States and Muslims around the world. As he arrived in Saudi Arabia, an Arabic television station broadcasted a new message from the leader of Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, denouncing the United States' president for sowing seeds of hate.

World News from the BBC in London.

Russia has said it doesn't want an economic embargo to be imposed on North Korea as negotiations continue at the United Nations on how to respond to Pyongyang's nuclear tests last month. It's been more than a week since North Korea carried out a second nuclear test and discussions on how the UN should respond are intensifying. Our UN correspondent Laura Trevelyan has been looking at some of the suggestions on the table.

What's under discussion is tightening the existing sanctions imposed in the wake of North Korea's first nuclear test in 2006 and not always enforced. So there is a suggestion that the arms embargo against North Korea should be tightened. More companies involved in North Korea's nuclear program could have their foreign bank accounts frozen. North Korea's financial dealings with the outside world could be restricted. One idea to enforce the inspection of cargo in North Korean boats and planes to make sure weapons aren't being carried appears to have been dropped."

The Organization of American States, the OAS, has voted to revoke the 1962 expulsion of Cuba from the group. The OAS General Assembly in Honduras hailed the decision as the historic end to a Cold War anachronism. The United States had argued that Cuba should first make concessions on human rights. The agreement calls on Cuba to commit to democratic reforms.

The first Brazilian navy vessel has arrived in the remote area of the Atlantic where debris has been found from a French airliner that went missing on Monday. The Brazilian defense minister said a large oil slick at the scene suggested it was unlikely there had been a fire or explosion on board.

The American writer Marilynne Robinson has won this year's prestigious prize for a work of fiction in English by a female writer, the Orange Prize. Her renowned novel Home was described by the judges as "a profound work of art".

And that's the latest BBC News.

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BBC News with Neon Unix.

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The Iranian leader  Mahmoud Ahmadinejad  has been accused of undemanding the international standing of its country in alive televised debate with its main rival in this month's presidential elections, the former Iranian Prime Minister, Mir Hossein Mousavi  Jone Line reports now from Dehran.

This was a remarkable unpresident fight between these two political rivals. Mr. Ahmadinejad started by accusing his opponents of spreading lies about his government. Mr. Mousavi responded by mocking Mr. Ahmadinejad's foreign policy, which is said had undermined the dignity of Iran, and Mr.Mousavi went on to attack the government for repressing students' protests. Mr. Ahmadinejad counted again criticized Mr. Mousavi's wife for campaining on his behalf, and accusing her of not having the right qualifications to her post university professor.

The British Prime Minister Gorden Brown is fighting for his political survivan after the fourth Minis resignation in two days.The Community Secretary Blare chose the day before Britain goes to the polls for European and local elections to announce that she was leaving the government.She is understood to have been angry with Mr. Brown for signeting her out for condemnation in the row over how MPS have been using their expenses. The BBC has seen a letter written by a labor MP calling for Mr.Brown to step down.

The Deposition Conservative Leader David Coman challenged the Prime Minister and Parliaments to poll a general election.

He told us he has the right team to take the country forward, that team now is deserting him. The government is collapsing before our eyes. Why doesn't he take the one active authority left him ,get down to the palace ask we desolution call that election.

President Obama has began the visit to the Middle-East hoping to build down between the United States and Muslims around the world. As he arrived in Saudi Arabia, and Arabic televion station broadcast a new message from the leader of Al-Qida Usama Bin Laden,denouncing the United State's President for sowing seeds of hate. World News from the BBC in London.

Russia has said it doesn't want an economic embargo to be imposed on North Korea . As negotiations continued at the United Nations on how to respond to Peonyong's nuclear tests last month.It is bit it's been more than a week since North Korea carried out a second nuclear test .In discussions on how the UN should respond or intensifying. Our UN correspondent Larige has been looking at some of the suggestions on the table.

discussion is tightening the existing sanction, imposed in the wake of North Korea's first nuclear test in 2006,not always enforced .So there is a suggestion that the arms in Bargo again to North Korea should be tightened. More companies involved in North Korea's nuclear program could have a foreign bank account frozen. North Korea's financial dealings with the outside world could be restricted. One idea to enforce the inspection of cargo in North Korea boats and planes to make sure weapons have been carried appears to have been dropped.

The organization of American states the OAS has voted to revoke the 1962 exposion of Cuba from the group. The OAS general assembly the decision as a historic end to a cold war in acquenism. The United States argued that Cuba should first make concessions on human rights. The agreement causing Cuba took commits to democratic reforms.

The first Brazilian Navy vessels has arrived in the remote area of the Atlantic where the debris have been found from a French airline that went missing on Monday. The Brazilian Defense Minister said a large oil sneak at the sea suggested it was unlikely there had been a fire or explosion on board.

The American writer Maroline Robbinson has won this year's Prestiges Prize for a work of fiction in English by a female writer.Her now novel Home was described by the judges as a profound work of art. And that's the latest BBC News
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BBC news with Neil Nunes.

……………….

The Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been accused of undermining the international standing of its country in a live televised debate with his main rival in this month presidential elections, the former Iranian Prime Minister Mir-Hossein Mousavi. John Lion reports now from Teheran.

This was a remarkable unprecedented no host-barred fight between these two political rival. Mr. Ahmadinejad started by accusing his opponent of spreading lies about his government. Mr. Mousivi responded by mocking Mr. Ahmadinejad's foreign policy which he said had undermined the dignity of Iran and Mr. Mousavi went on to attack the government for repressing student protest. Mr. Ahmadinejad countered again, criticizing Mr. Mousavi's wife for campaigning on his behalf and accusing her of not having the right qualifications for her post in university professor.

The British Prime Minister Gorden Brown is fighting for his political survival after the 4th ministerial resignation in 2 days. The Community's Secretary H Blairs choose the day before Britain goes to the poles for European and local elections to announce that she was leaving the government. She is on the stood to have / for Mr. Brown for signaling her out for condemnation in / over how MPs have been using their expenses. The BBC has received a letter written by a labor MP calling for Mr. Brown to step down. The opposition Conservative leader David Cameron challenged the Prime Minister in Parliament to call a general election.

"He told us he had the right teams that takes the country forward. That team is now deserting him. The government is collapsing before our eyes. Why doesn't him take the one active authority left in him. Get down to the Palace, ask for this solution, call that an election."

President Obama has begun the visit to the Middle East, hoping to build the dialogue between the United States and Muslims around the world. As he arrived in Saudi Arabia, an Arabic television station broadcast a new message from the leader of Al-Qaeda Osama bin Laden, denouncing the United States' president for sowing seeds of hate.

World news from the BBC in London.

Russia has said it doesn't want an economic embargo to be imposed on North Korea as negotiations continue at the United Nations on how to respond to Pyongyang's nuclear tests last month. It's been more than a week since North Korea carried out a second nuclear test and discussions on how the UN should respond on intensifying. Our UN correspondent Laura Trevelyan has been looking at some of the suggestions on the table.

What's on the discussions is tightening the existing sanctions imposed in the wake of North Korea's first nuclear test in 2006 are not always enforced. So there is an suggestion that the arms embargo against North Korea should be tightened. More companies involved in North Korea's nuclear program could have their foreign bank account frozen. North Korea's financial dealings with the outside world could be restricted. One idea to enforce inspection of cargo in North Korean boats and planes to make sure weapons are being carried appears to have been dropped.

The organization of American states, the /, has voted the revoke the 1962 expulsion of Cuba from the group. The /'s General Assembly / haled the decision as the historic ends to a Cold War /. The United States has argued that Cuba should first make concessions on human rights. The agreement calls in Cuba to commit to democratic reforms.

The first Brazilian navy vessel has arrived in the remote area of Atlantic where debris has been found from a French airline that went missing on Monday. The Brazilian Defense Minister said a large oil slake at the scene suggested it was unlikely there had been a fire or explosion on board.

The American writer Marilynne Robinson has won this year's prestigious prize for a work of friction in English by a female writer of the Orange Prize. Her renowned novel Home was described by the judgers as a profound work of art.

And that's the latest BBC news.
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BBC news with Neil Nunes.

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The Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been accused of undermining the international standing of its country in a live televised debate with his main rival in this month presidential elections, the former Iranian Prime Minister Mir-Hossein Mousavi. John Lion reports now from Teheran.

This was a remarkable unprecedented no host-barred fight between these two political rival. Mr. Ahmadinejad started by accusing his opponent of spreading lies about his government. Mr. Mousivi responded by mocking Mr. Ahmadinejad's foreign policy which he said had undermined the dignity of Iran and Mr. Mousavi went on to attack the government for repressing student protest. Mr. Ahmadinejad countered again, criticizing Mr. Mousavi's wife for campaigning on his behalf and accusing her of not having the right qualifications for her post in university professor.

The British Prime Minister Gorden Brown is fighting for his political survival after the 4th ministerial resignation in 2 days. The Community's Secretary Hes Blairs choose the day before Britain goes to the poles for European and local elections to announce that she was leaving the government. She is on the stood to have angery for Mr. Brown for signaling her out for condemnation in the low over how MPs have been using their expenses. The BBC has received a letter written by a labor MP calling for Mr. Brown to step down. The opposition Conservative leader David Cameron challenged the Prime Minister in Parliament to call a general election.

"He told us he had the right teams that takes the country forward. That team is now deserting him. The government is collapsing before our eyes. Why doesn't him take the one active authority left in him. Get down to the Palace, ask for this solution, call that an election."

President Obama has begun the visit to the Middle East, hoping to build the dialogue between the United States and Muslims around the world. As he arrived in Saudi Arabia, an Arabic television station broadcast a new message from the leader of Al-Qaeda Osama bin Laden, denouncing the United States' president for sowing seeds of hate.

World news from the BBC in London.

Russia has said it doesn't want an economic embargo to be imposed on North Korea as negotiations continue at the United Nations on how to respond to Pyongyang's nuclear tests last month. It's been more than a week since North Korea carried out a second nuclear test and discussions on how the UN should respond on intensify. Our UN correspondent Laura Trevelyan has been looking at some of the suggestions on the table.

What's on the discussions is tightening the existing sanctions imposed in the wake of North Korea's first nuclear test in 2006 are not always enforced. So there is an suggestion that the arms embargo against North Korea should be tightened. More companies involved in North Korea's nuclear program could have their foreign bank account frozen. North Korea's financial dealings with the outside world could be restricted. One idea to enforce inspection of cargo in North Korean boats and planes to make sure weapons are being carried appears to have been dropped.

The organization of American states, the alway act, has voted the revoke the 1962 expulsion of Cuba from the group. The aera's General Assembly haled the decision as the historic ends to a Cold War formed . The United States has argued that Cuba should first make concessions on human rights. The agreement calls in Cuba to commit to democratic reforms.

The first Brazilian navy vessel has arrived in the remote area of Atlantic where debris has been found from a French airline that went missing on Monday. The Brazilian Defense Minister said a large oil slake at the scene suggested it was unlikely there had been a fire or explosion on board.

The American writer Marilynne Robinson has won this year's prestigious prize for a work of friction in English by a female writer of the Orange Prize. Her renowned novel Home was described by the judgers as a profound work of art.

And that's the latest BBC news.
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  BBC news with Neil Nunes.

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  The Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been accused of undermining the international standing of its country, in a live televised debate with his main rival in this month’s presidential elections, the former Iranian Prime Minister ***. John Line reports now from Teheran.

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  The British Prime Minister Golden Brown is fighting for his political survival after the 4th ministerial resignation in two days. The community secretary *** Blair chose the day before Britain goes to the polls for European and local elections to announce that she was leaving the government. She’s understood to have been angry with Mr. Brown, for signaling her out for condemnation in the row over how MPs have been using their expenses. The BBC has received a letter written by a labor MP, calling for Mr. Brown to step down. The opposition Conservative leader David Cameron challenged the Prime Minister in Parliament to call a general election.

  “He told us, he had the right to team to take the country forward, that team is not deserting him, the government is collapsing before our eyes. Why doesn’t he take the one active authority left him, get down to the palace, ask for the solution, call that an election.”

  President Obama has begun the visit to the Middle East, hoping to build the dialogue between the United States and the Muslims around the world. As he arrived in the Saudi Arabia, an Arabic television station broadcast a new message from the leader Al-Qaeda Osama ***, denouncing the United States President for sowing seeds of hate.

  World news from the BBC in London.

  Russia has said it doesn’t want an economic embargo to be imposed on North Korea as the negotiations continue at the United Nations on how to respond to Pyongyan’s nuclear test last month. It’s been weeks since North Korea carried out its second nuclear test, and discussions on how the UN should respond on intensifying. Our UN correspondent *** has been looking at some of the suggestions on the table.

  Most on the discussion is tightening the existing sanction imposed in the wake of North Korea’s first nuclear test in 2006, and not always enforced. So, there is suggestion that the arm embargo against North Korea should be tightened. More companies are involved in North Korea’s nuclear program could have their foreign bank accounts frozen. North Korea’s financial dealings with the outside world could be restricted. One idea to enforce inspection of cargo in North Korean boats and planes to make sure weapons are being carried appears to have been dropped.

  The Organization of American States, the OAS, has voted to revoke the 1962 expulsion of Cuba from the group. The OAS general assembly *** hailed the decision as a historic end to Cold War Yankeeism. The United States has argued that Cuba should first make concessions on human rights. The agreement calls on Cuba to commits to its democratic reforms.

  The first Brazilian navy vessel has arrived in the remote area of the Atlantic where debris has been found from a French airline that went missing on Monday. The Brazilian Defense minister said a large oil leak at the scene suggested that it was unlikely that there had been a fire or explosion on board.

  The American writer, Marolin Robinson has won the Serious Prestigious Prize for a work fiction in English by a female writer, the Orange Price. Her novel Home was described by the judges as “a profound work of art”.

  And that’ s the latest BBC news.
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BBC News with Neil Nunes.

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The Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been accused of undermining the international standing of his country in a live televised debate with his main rival in this month presidential elections, the former Iranian Prime Minister Mir-Hossein Mousavi. John Lion reports now from Teheran.

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This was a remarkable unprecedented no-holds-barred fight between these two political rivals. Mr Ahmadinejad started by accusing his opponent of spreading lies about his government. Mr Mousivi responded by mocking Mr Ahmadinejad's foreign policy which, he said, had undermined the dignity of Iran Mr Mousavi went on to attack the government for repressing student protests. Mr Ahmadinejad countered again, criticizing Mr Mousavi's wife for campaigning on his behalf and accusing her of not having the right qualifications for her post as university professor."

The British Prime Minister Gorden Brown is fighting for his political survival after the 4th ministerial resignation in 2 days. The Communities Secretary Hazel Blears choose the day before Britain goes to the polls for European and local elections to announce that she was leaving the government. She is understood to have been angry with Mr Brown for signaling her out for condemnation in the roar over how MPs have been using their expenses. The BBC has received a letter written by a Labor MP calling for Mr Brown to step down. The opposition Conservative leader David Cameron challenged the Prime Minister in Parliament to call a general election.

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He told us he had the right teams that take the country forward. That team is now deserting him. The government is collapsing before our eyes. Why doesn't he take the one act of authority left to him, get down to the Palace, ask for dissolution, call that election."

President Obama has begun the visit to the Middle East, hoping to build the dialogue between the United States and Muslims around the world. As he arrived in Saudi Arabia, an Arabic television station broadcasted a new message from the leader of Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, denouncing the United States' president for sowing seeds of hate.

World News from the BBC in London.

Russia has said it doesn't want an economic embargo to be imposed on North Korea as negotiations continue at the United Nations on how to respond to Pyongyang's nuclear tests last month. It's been more than a week since North Korea carried out a second nuclear test and discussions on how the UN should respond or intensifying. Our UN correspondent Laura Trevelyan has been looking at some of the suggestions on the table.

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What's under discussion is tightening the existing sanctions imposed in the wake of North Korea's first nuclear test in 2006 are not always enforced. So there is a suggestion that the arms embargo against North Korea should be tightened. More companies involved in North Korea's nuclear program could have their foreign bank accounts frozen. North Korea's financial dealings with the outside world could be restricted. One idea to enforce inspection of cargo in North Korean boats and planes to make sure weapons aren't being carried appears to have been dropped."

The Organization of American States, the OAS, has voted to revoke the 1962 expulsion of Cuba from the group. The OAS's General Assembly Honduras hailed the decision as the historic ends to a Cold War anachronism. The United States had argued that Cuba should first make concessions on human rights. The agreement called on Cuba to commit to democratic reforms.

The first Brazilian navy vessel has arrived in the remote area of Atlantic where debris has been found from a French airline that went missing on Monday. The Brazilian Defense Minister said a large oil leak at the scene suggested it was unlikely there had been a fire or explosion on board.

The American writer Marilynne Robinson has won this year's prestigious prize for a work of friction in English by a female writer, the Orange Prize. Her renowned novel Home was described by the judgers as "a profound work of art".

And that's the latest BBC News.
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The Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejadhas has been accused of undermining the international standing of his country in a live televised debate with his main rival in this month's presidencial elections, the former Iranian Prime Minister Mir Hossein Mousavi. John Lite reports from Tehran.

This is a remarkable unpresident no hauls bart fight between these political rivals. Mr. Ahmadinejadhas started by accusing his pernent of spreading lies about his government. Mr Mousavi responded by mocking Mr. Ahmadinejadhas' foreign police, which is said to have undermined the dignity of Iran, and Mr. Mousavi went downtown onto the government of replacing student protests.
Mr. Ahmadinejadhas counted the game criticizing Mr. Mousavi's wife for his campaigning of his behalf and accusing his not having the right qualification of his post university professor.


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He told us he has a right team to take the country forward. That team is now deserting him. The government is collapsing before our eyes. Why doesn't he take the one active authority left him. Get down to the palace or desolation. Call that election.

President Obama has begun a visit to Middle East hoping to build a dum between United States and Muslims around world. As he arrived in Saudi Arabia, our television station broadcast a new message from the leader of Al Qaeda Osama bin Laden denouncing United States' President for sowing seeds of hate.

World News from BBC

Russian has said it doesn't warn an economic embargo to be imposed on North Korea as the negotiations continue at United Nations on how to respond to Pyongyang's nuclear test last month. It's been more than a week in North Korea carried out second nuclear test and discussions on how the UN should respond on the intensifying. Our UN correspondent Lodge Valing has been looking at some of the suggesting on the table.

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The Brazilian navy vessel has arrived in the remote area of Atlantic re. Debris has been found from a French Airline that went missing on Monday. The Brazilian Defence Minister said a large oil's leak on the sea suggests it was unlikely there had been a fire or explosion on board.

The American Writer Marilian Robenson has won this year's Pristiger's Prize for a work of fiction in English by a female writer of the origin prize. Her novel Home was described and judged as a profound work of art.
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BBC News with Neil Nunes.

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The Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been accused of undermining the international standing of his country in a live televised debate with his main rival in this month presidential elections, the former Iranian Prime Minister Mir-Hossein Mousavi. John Lion reports now from Teheran.

"This was a remarkable unprecedented no-holds-barred fight between these two political rivals. Mr. Ahmadinejad started by accusing his opponent of spreading lies about his government. Mr Mousivi responded by mocking Mr Ahmadinejad's foreign policy which, he said, had undermined the dignity of Iran. And Mr Mousavi went on to attack the government for repressing student protests. Mr Ahmadinejad countered again, criticizing Mr Mousavi's wife for campaigning on his behalf and accusing her of not having the right qualifications for her post as university professor."

The British Prime Minister Gorden Brown is fighting for his political survival after the 4th ministerial resignation in 2 days. The Communities Secretary Hazel Blears choose the day before Britain goes to the polls for European and local elections to announce that she was leaving the government. She is understood to have been angry with Mr Brown for signaling her out for condemnation in the row over how MPs have been using their expenses. The BBC has received a letter written by a Labor MP calling for Mr Brown to step down. The opposition Conservative leader David Cameron challenged the Prime Minister and parliaments to call a general election.

"He told us he had the right teams to take the country forward. That team is now deserting him. The government is collapsing before our eyes. Why doesn't he take the one act of authority left to him, get down to the Palace, ask for dissolution, call that election."


President Obama has begun the visit to the Middle East, hoping to build the dialogue between the United States and Muslims around the world. As he arrived in Saudi Arabia, an Arabic television station broadcasted a new message from the leader of Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, denouncing the United States' president for sowing seeds of hate.

World News from the BBC in London.

Russia has said it doesn't want an economic embargo to be imposed on North Korea as negotiations continue at the United Nations on how to respond to Pyongyang's nuclear tests last month. It's been more than a week since North Korea carried out a second nuclear test and discussions on how the UN should respond on intensifying. Our UN correspondent Laura Trevelyan has been looking at some of the suggestions on the table.

"What's under discussion is tightening the existing sanctions imposed in the wake of North Korea's first nuclear test in 2006 are not always enforced. So there is a suggestion that the arms embargo against North Korea should be tightened. More companies involved in North Korea's nuclear program could have their foreign bank accounts frozen. North Korea's financial dealings with the outside world could be restricted. One idea to enforce the inspection of cargo in North Korean boats and planes to make sure weapons aren't being carried appears to have been dropped."

The Organization of American States, the OAS, has voted to revoke the 1962 expulsion of Cuba from the group. The OAS's General Assembly Honduras hailed the decision as the historic ends to a Cold War anachronism. The United States had argued that Cuba should first make concessions on human rights. The agreement calls on Cuba to commit to democratic reforms.

The first Brazilian navy vessel has arrived in the remote area of the Atlantic where debris has been found from a French airline that went missing on Monday. The Brazilian Defense Minister said a large oil’s leak at the scene suggested it was unlikely there had been a fire or explosion on board.

The American writer Marilynne Robinson has won this year's prestigious prize for a work of friction in English by a female writer, the Orange Prize. Her renowned novel Home was described by the judgers as "a profound work of art".

And that's the latest BBC News.
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本帖最后由 一叶星空 于 2009-6-4 19:12 编辑

On whatever

BBC News with Neil Nunes.

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The Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been accused of undermining the international standing of his country in a live televised debate with his main rival in this month's presidential elections, the former Iranian Prime Minister Mir-Hossein Mousavi. John Leyne reports now from Teheran.

"This was a remarkable unprecedented no-holds-barred fight between these two political rivals. Mr. Ahmadinejad started by accusing his opponent of spreading lies about his government. Mr Mousivi responded by mocking Mr Ahmadinejad's foreign policy which, he said, had undermined the dignity of Iran. And Mr Mousavi went on to attack the government for repressing student protests. Mr Ahmadinejad countered again, criticizing Mr Mousavi's wife for campaigning on his behalf and accusing her of not having the right qualifications for her post as a university professor."

The British Prime Minister Gorden Brown is fighting for his political survival after the 4th ministerial resignation in 2 days. The Communities Secretary Hazel Blears chose the day before Britain goes to the polls for European and local elections to announce that she was leaving the government. She is understood to have been angry with Mr Brown for singling her out for condemnation in the row over how MPs have been using their expenses. The BBC has received a letter written by a Labor MP calling for Mr Brown to step down. The opposition Conservative leader David Cameron challenged the Prime Minister and Parliament to call a general election.

"He told us he had the right teams to take the country forward. That team is now deserting him. The government is collapsing before our eyes. Why doesn't he take the one act of authority left to him, get down to the Palace, ask for dissolution, call that election."


President Obama has begun the visit to the Middle East, hoping to build the dialogue between the United States and Muslims around the world. As he arrived in Saudi Arabia, an Arabic television station broadcasted a new message from the leader of Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, denouncing the United States' president for sowing seeds of hate.

World News from the BBC in London.

Russia has said it doesn't want an economic embargo to be imposed on North Korea as negotiations continue at the United Nations on how to respond to Pyongyang's nuclear tests last month. It's been more than a week since North Korea carried out a second nuclear test and discussions on how the UN should respond are intensifying. Our UN correspondent Laura Trevelyan has been looking at some of the suggestions on the table.

"What's under discussion is tightening the existing sanctions imposed in the wake of North Korea's first nuclear test in 2006 and not always enforced. So there is a suggestion that the arms embargo against North Korea should be tightened. More companies involved in North Korea's nuclear program could have their foreign bank accounts frozen. North Korea's financial dealings with the outside world could be restricted. One idea to enforce the inspection of cargo in North Korean boats and planes to make sure weapons aren't being carried appears to have been dropped."

The Organization of American States, the OAS, has voted to revoke the 1962 expulsion of Cuba from the group. The OAS's General Assembly in Honduras hailed the decision as the historic end to a Cold War anachronism. The United States had argued that Cuba should first make concessions on human rights. The agreement calls on Cuba to commit to democratic reforms.

The first Brazilian navy vessel has arrived in the remote area of the Atlantic where debris has been found from a French airline that went missing on Monday. The Brazilian Defense Minister said a large oil slick at the scene suggested it was unlikely there had been a fire or explosion on board.

The American writer Marilynne Robinson has won this year's prestigious prize for a work of friction in English by a female writer, the Orange Prize. Her renowned novel Home was described by the judges as "a profound work of art".

And that's the latest BBC News.
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本帖最后由 一叶星空 于 2009-6-4 19:15 编辑

On sparklark

BBC News with Neil Nunes.

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The Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been accused of undermining the international standing of his country in a live televised debate with his main rival in this month's presidential elections, the former Iranian Prime Minister Mir-Hossein Mousavi. John Leyne reports now from Teheran.

"This was a remarkable unprecedented no-holds-barred fight between these two political rivals. Mr. Ahmadinejad started by accusing his opponent of spreading lies about his government. Mr Mousivi responded by mocking Mr
. Ahmadinejad's foreign policy, which he said, had undermined the dignity of Iran. And Mr. Mousavi went on to attack the government for repressing student protests. Mr. Ahmadinejad countered again, criticizing Mr.
Mousavi's wife for campaigning on his behalf and accusing her of not having the right qualifications for her post as a university professor."

The British Prime Minister Gorden Brown is fighting for his political survival after the 4th ministerial resignation in 2 days. The Communities Secretary Hazel Blears chose the day before Britain goes to the polls for European and local elections to announce that she was leaving the government. She is understood to have been angry with Mr
. Brown for singling her out for condemnation in the row over how MPs have been using their expenses. The BBC has received a letter written by a Labor MP calling for Mr.
Brown to step down. The opposition Conservative leader David Cameron challenged the Prime Minister and Parliament to call a general election.

"He told us he had the right teams to take the country forward. That team is now deserting him. The government is collapsing before our eyes. Why doesn't he take the one act of authority left to him, get down to the Palace, ask for dissolution, call that election."

President Obama has begun the visit to the Middle East, hoping to build the dialogue between the United States and Muslims around the world. As he arrived in Saudi Arabia, an Arabic television station broadcasted a new message from the leader of Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, denouncing the United States' president for sowing seeds of hate.

World News from the BBC in London.

Russia has said it doesn't want an economic embargo to be imposed on North Korea as negotiations continue at the United Nations on how to respond to Pyongyang's nuclear tests last month. It's been more than a week since North Korea carried out a second nuclear test and discussions on how the UN should respond are intensifying. Our UN correspondent Laura Trevelyan has been looking at some of the suggestions on the table.

"What's under discussion is tightening the existing sanctions imposed in the wake of North Korea's first nuclear test in 2006 and not always enforced. So there is a suggestion that the arms embargo against North Korea should be tightened. More companies involved in North Korea's nuclear program could have their foreign bank accounts frozen. North Korea's financial dealings with the outside world could be restricted. One idea to enforce the inspection of cargo in North Korean boats and planes to make sure weapons aren't being carried appears to have been dropped."

The Organization of American States, the OAS, has voted to revoke the 1962 expulsion of Cuba from the group. The OAS
/
General Assembly in Honduras hailed the decision as the historic end to a Cold War anachronism. The United States had argued that Cuba should first make concessions on human rights. The agreement calls on Cuba to commit to democratic reforms.

The first Brazilian navy vessel has arrived in the remote area of the Atlantic where debris has been found from a French airline that went missing on Monday. The Brazilian Defense Minister said a large oil slick at the scene suggested it was unlikely there had been a fire or explosion on board.

The American writer Marilynne Robinson has won this year's prestigious prize for a work of friction in English by a female writer, the Orange Prize. Her renowned novel Home was described by the judges as "a profound work of art".

And that's the latest BBC News.
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本帖最后由 一叶星空 于 2009-6-4 19:16 编辑

The British Prime Minister Gorden Brown is fighting for his political survival after the 4th ministerial resignation in 2 days. The Communities Secretary Hazel Blears chose the day before Britain goes to the polls for European and local elections to announce that she was leaving the government. She is understood to have been angry with Mr Brown for signaling her out for condemnation in the row over how MPs have been using their expenses. The BBC has received a letter written by a Labor MP calling for Mr Brown to step down. The opposition Conservative leader David Cameron challenged the Prime Minister and Parliament to call a general election.
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