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BBC News with Jerry Schmitt.

More than 100 people have been killed in two days of continuing violence in northern Nigeria. There have been gun battles between Islamist militants and police in four mainly Muslim states. The clashes began when militants demanding the wider adoption of Islamic law attacked a police station in the city of Bauchi. Caroline Duffield reports from Lagos.

The worst of the violence is in Maiduguri in Borno State. Eyewitnesses there describe corpses piled up at the police station. People who’ve seen the bodies say that they are mostly young men and civilians. Around the city, there are corpses scattered on streets and pavements. These appear to be civilians who have been pulled out of cars and shot. Residents in Maiduguri are now hiding in their homes. They say that the streets are now empty with the police and army moving through neighborhoods, firing shots into the air.

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has used a meeting with the visiting American Defense Secretary Robert Gates to underline Israel’s concerns about Iran’s nuclear program. An Israeli statement said Mr. Netanyahu had told Mr. Gates that all available means should be used to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon. Mr. Gates said President Obama will consider further sanctions against Iran if there was no improvement in bilateral relations.

“If the engagement process is not successful, the United States is prepared to press for significant additional sanctions that would be non-incremental, in other words, we will try and get international support for a much tougher position. Our hope still remains that Iran will respond to the president’s outstretched hand in a positive and constructive way. But we’ll see.”

President Obama has said the US and China must coordinate their economic policies because the recession has shown how closely their decisions affect each other. He was addressing the first meeting of the new US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue held in Washington. John Donaldson
reports.

Little of substance was announced today, but President Obama said America’s relationship with China would shape the 21st century. He said the two countries needed to work together on issues such as climate change, trade and stopping the spread of nuclear weapons, with particular reference to North Korea. On the economy, he said both powers needed to work together for what he called a “lasting economic recovery”. America’s financial health is very much in China’s interest given that the US is in debt to Beijing to the tune of over 700-billion dollars.

The Swedish government says it’s investigating reports that powerful Swedish-made rocket launchers were found in camps of Colombia’s Maxist rebel group, the FARC. The Colombian government says it believes the weapons were sold to neighboring Venezuela by a European country and it’s appealed for international help to stop the trade. Colombia has in the past accused Venezuela of supporting the rebel movement.

World News from the BBC.

Canada has described a ban by the European Union on the imports of seal products as an unfair restriction on trade. It says it will appeal to the World Trade Organization. The international trade minister defended the annual hunt in which hundreds of thousands of seals are clubbed to death as being scientific, sustainable and humane. European foreign ministers had agreed to the ban following years of appeals from animal rights groups.

The British Foreign Secretary David Miliband says insurgent groups in Afghanistan must be broken up and some of them reintegrated into Afghan politics. Mr. Miliband called for NATO and Afghan forces to make protecting people from the Taliban their top priority.

The French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner says the European Union has agreed to train Somali security forces to fight piracy. At talks in Brussels, EU foreign ministers said they wanted to stabilize Somalia which has been without a functioning government since 1991. Analysts say trainers from EU countries could soon be posted to Djibouti which neighbors Somalia.

A house in Johannesburg in South Africa where the Indian spiritual and political leader Mahatma Gandhi lived is being put on for sale. The owner of the property says she’s selling it after failing to find anyone interested in preserving its historical legacy. Richard Hamilton reports.

Gandhi lived in the house on a quiet street in the northern Johannesburg suburb of Orchards for three years from 1907 at a time when he began to formulate his philosophy of Truth and Nonviolence. He lived there with a friend Herman Kallenbach who actually designed the house with round walls and a traditional African thatch. The current owner, an American artist who has lived there for 25 years, was hoping that a university or charitable foundation might be interested in preserving the house for antiquity. But having failed to attract such a buyer, she is putting it onto the open market.

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BBC News with Jerry Schmitt

 

More than 100 people have been killed in two days of continuing violence in northern Nigeria. There have been gun battles between Islamist militants and police in four mainly Muslim states. The clashes began when militants demanding the wider adoption of Islamic law attacked a police station in the city of Bauchi. Caroline Duffield reports from Lagos.

 

The worst of the violence is in Maiduguri in Borno State. Eyewitnesses there describe corpses piled up at the police station. People who’ve seen the bodies say that they are mostly young men and civilians. Around the city, there are corpses scattered on streets and pavements. These appear to be civilians who have been pulled out of cars and shot. Residents in Maiduguri are now hiding in their homes. They say that the streets are now empty with the police and the army moving through neighborhoods, firing shots into the air.

 

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has used a meeting American with the visiting American Defense Secretary Robert Gates to underline Israel’s concerns about Iran’s nuclear program. An Israeli statement said Mr. Netanyahu had told Mr. Gates that all available means should be used to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon. Mr. Gates said President Obama will consider further sanctions against Iran if there was no improvement in bilateral relations.

 

“If the engagement process is no successful, the United States is prepared to pass for significant additional sanctions that would be non-incremental, in other words, we will try and get international support for a much tougher position. Our hope still remains that Iran will respond to the President’s outreach tongue in a positive and constructive way. But we’ll see.”

 

President Obama has said the US and China must coordinate their economic policies because the recession has shown how closely their decisions affect each other. He was addressing the first meeting with the new US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue held in Washington. John Donason reports.

 

Little of substance was announced today, but President Obama said America’s relationship with China would shape the 21st century. He said the two countries needed to work together on issues such as climate change, trade and stopping the spread of nuclear weapons, with particular reference to North Korea. On the economy, he said both powers needed to work together for what he called a “lasting economic recovery”. America’s financial health is very much in China’s interest given that the US is in debt to Beijing to the tune of over 700-billion dollars.

 

The Swedish government says it’s investigating reports that powerful Swedish-made rocket launchers were found in camps of Colombia’s Maoist rebel group, the FARC. The Colombian government says it believes the weapons were sold to neighboring Venezuela by a European country and it’s appealed for international help to stop the trade. Colombia has in past accused Venezuela of supporting the rebel movement.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

Canada has described a ban by the European Union on the imports of seal products as an unfair restriction on trade. It says it will appeal to the World Trade Organization. The international trade minister defended the annual hunt in which hundreds of thousands of seals are clubbed to death has been scientific, sustainable and humane. European Union foreign ministers had agreed to the ban following years of appeals from animal rights groups.

 

The British Foreign Minister David Miliband says insurgent groups in Afghanistan must be broken up and some of them reintegrated into Afghan politics. Mr. Miliband called for NATO and Afghan forces to make protecting people from the Taliban their top priority.

 

The French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner says the European Union has agreed to train Somali security forces to fight piracy. At talks in Brussels, EU foreign ministers said they wanted to stabilize Somalia which has been without a functioning government since 1991. Analysts say trainers from EU countries could soon be posted to Djibouti which neighbors Somalia.

 

A house in Johannesburg in South Africa where the Indian spiritual and political leader Mahatma Gandhi lived is being put on for sale. The owner of the property said she’s selling it after failing to find anyone interested in preserving its historical legacy. Richard Hamilton reports.

 

Gandhi lived in the house on a quiet street in the northern Johannesburg suburb of Orchids for three years from 1907 at a time when he began to formulate his philosophy of Truth and Nonviolence. He lived there with a friend Herman Kallenbach who actually designed the house with round walls and a traditional African thatch. The current owner, an American artist who has lived there for 25 years, was hoping that a university or charitable foundation might be interested in preserving the house for antiquity. But having failed to attract such a buyer, she is putting it onto the open market.

 

BBC News.

  

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Bbc news with Jerry Smith
More than a hundred people have been killed in 2days of continuing violence in northern Nigeria. There have been gun battles between Islam militants and police in four mainly muslim states. The clash began when militants’ demanding the wider adoption of islamic law attack police station in the city of Bauchi. Caroline Darfew reports from *.
The worst of the violence is in * state. Eye witnesses there described corpses piled up at the police station. People who have seen the bodies say they are mostly young man and civilians. Around the cities there are corpses scattered on streets and pavement, these are appeared to be civilians who have been * of cars and shots. Residence in Maiduguri are now hiding in their homes. They say at the streets are now empty with the police and the army moving for neigbourhoods firing shots into the air.
The israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has used to meeting with the visiting american defense secretary Robert Gates to underline Israel’s concerns about Iran’s nuclear program. And israeli statement said Mr, Netanyahu had told Mr. Gates that al available means should be used to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon. Mr.Gates said president Obama will consider further sanctions against Iran if there is no improvement in bileteral relations.
If the engagement process is not successful, the united states is prepared to press four significant additional sanctions that would be nonincremental. In other words we are trying to get international support for a much tougher position. Our ho.pe still remains that Iran will respond  to the president in a positive and constructive way but we will see
President Obama has said US and China must coordinate their economic policies because the recession has shown how closely their decisions affect each other. He was adressing the first meeting at the new US China strategic and economic dialogue held in Washington. John reports.
*substance was announced today but president Obama said american’s relationship with China will shake the 21st century. He said the 2 countries needed to work together on issues such as climate change, trade and stopping the spread of nuclear weapons with perticular reference on North Korea. On the economy, he said both powers needed to work together for what he called  a lasting economic recovery. American’s financial health is very much in China’s interest, given that US is in debt to Beijing to the * over 700billion dollars.
The swedish government says its investigating reports that powerful swedish made rocket launches were found in camps of columbia’s rebel group FARC the columbia government says it believed the weapons were sold to Venezuela by European country. And it’s appealed to international help to stop the trade. Columbia has in the past accused Venezuela of supporting rebel movement.
Canada has described a ban by th EU on the import of seal products as an unfair restriction of trade. It said it will appeal to the world trade organization. The international trade minister defended the annual hunt in which hundreds of thousands seals are hunt to death has been scientific, sustainable and humane. European farm ministers had agreed to the ban following years of appeals from animal rights groups.
The british foreign secretary David Miliband says insurgent groups in Afganistan must be broken up and some of them reintergreted into Afgan politics. Mr. Miliband called for NATO and Afgan forces to make protecting people from the Taliban that’s top priority.
The franch foreign minister Bernard Kouchner says the EU has agreed to train Somali security forces to fight piracy. That talks in Brussels the foreign ministers said they wanted to stablize Somalia which has been with functioning government since 1991. analyses say trainers from EU countries could simply posted to * which neigbours Somalia.
A house in * in south africa where the indian spiritually and politically leader Mohamod Gandi lived is being put down for sale. The owner of the property says she is selling it after failing to find anyone interested in perserving its historical legacy.  Richard reports.
Gandi lived in the house on a quite street in the northern J for 3 years from 1907 at the time when he began to formulate his phylisophy of truth and nonviolence. He lived there with a friend * who actually designed the house with round walls and a traditional african * the current owner, an american artist who’s lived there for 25 years was hoping that univerisity or charitable foudation might be interested in preserving the house for an antiquity. But having failed to attract such a buyer, she is putting it onto the open market
BBC news
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BBC news with Jerry Schmitt
More than 100 people have been killed in 2 days of continuing violence in northern Nigeria. There have been gun battles between Islamic militants and police in 4 mainly Muslim states. The clashes began when militants demanding the wider adoption of Islamic law attacked police station in the city of Bauchi, reports from Lacoste
The worst of the violence is in Maiduguri, in Borno State. Eyewitnesses there described corpses piled up the police station. People who have seen the bodies say they are mostly young men and civilians. Around the city, there are corpses scattered on streets and pavements. These appear to be civilians who have been pulled out of their cars and shot. Residents in Maiduguri are now hiding in their homes. They say that the streets are now empty with the police and army moving from neighborhoods firing shots into the air.

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has a usual meeting with the visiting America Defense Secretary Robert Gates to underline Israel’s concern about Iran’s nuclear program. An Israeli statement said Mr Netanyahu had told Mr Gates that all available means should be used to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon.Mr Gates says President Obama will further sanctions against Iran if there were no improvement in bilateral relations. Yet the engagement process is not successful. The United States is prepared to press for significant additional sanctions that would be none incremental words we were trying to get international support for much tougher position. Our hope still remains that Iran will respond to the President’s outstretch attempt in a positive and constructive way. But we will see.
President Obama has said the US and China must coordinate their economic policies because the recession has shown how closely their dicisions affect each other. He was addressing the first meeting in the US-China strategic and economic dialogue held in Washington. John Thomason reports.
The * substance was announced today that President Obama said America’s relationship with China would shape the 21st century. He said the two countries needed to work together on issues such as climate change, trade and stopping the spread of nuclear weapons. With particular reference to North Korea. On the economy, both powers needed to work together what he called “a lasting economic recovery”. America’s financial health is very much in China’s interest, given that the US is in debt to Beijing to the tuned of over 700 billion dollars.
The Swedish government says it’s investigating the cause of the powerful Swedish made rocket launches were found in camps of Columbia’s rebel group FARC. The Columbian government says they believe that the weapons were sold to Pennsylvania by European country. And it has appealed to the European country to stop the trade. Columbia has in the past accused of Pennsylvania of supporting the rebel movements.
World news from the BBC.
Canada has described the * European Union on the importors sales pronounced of unfair restrictions of trade. It says it will appeal to the World Trade Organization.
The International Trade Minister defended the annual hunt in which hundreds of thousands of seals come to death has been scientific sustainable and humane. European foreign Ministers have agreed to the ban following years of appeals from animal rights groups.

The British Foreign Secretary * says insurgent group in Afghanistan must be broken up. And some of them reintegrated into Afghan politics. Mr B called for NATO and Afghanistan forces to make protecting the people from the Taliban back to priority.
The vice Foreign Minister says the European Union have agreed to train Somalia security forces to fight paties. At talks EU foreign Ministers say wanted to stabilize Somalia which has been without the functioning governments since 1991.A say trainers from the EU countries could soon be deposited in B which neighbor Somalia.
A house in Johannesburg in South Africa where the Indian spiritual and political leader M Gandhi lived is being put on for sale. * the property says she is selling it after failing to find anyone interested in preserving its historical legacy. W H reports.
Gandhi lived in the house on a quiet street of northern Johannesburg suburb for 3 years from 1907.,at a time when he began to formulated his philosophy of truce and non-violence. He lived there with his friend who actually designed the house with the round wall on a traditional African *. * an American artist who lived there for 25 years. W hopes that the university or charitable foundation might be interested in preserving the house for antiquity. With having failed to attract such a buyer, she’s putting it on to the open market.
BBC news
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BBC news with Jerry Schmitt

More than a hundred have killed in a two days continuing violence in northern Nigeria. There have been gun battles between Islamic militants and police in four mainly Muslim states. The clashes began when militant’s demanding the wide adoption of Islamic law attacked police station and city of Bauchi. Caroline Duffle reports from Lagos.

The worst violence is Maiduguri, Borno State. Eyewitnesses there described corpses piled up at the police station. People who have seen the bodies say they are mostly young men and civilians around the city there are corpses scatted on the streets and pavements. These appeared to be civilians who have been pulled out of cars and shot. Residence in Maiduguri are now hiding in their homes. They say the streets are now empty with the police and the army moving through neighborhoods firing shots in the air.

The Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is due to meeting and visiting American defense secretary Robert Gates to underline Israel’s concerns about Iran’s nuclear program. And Israeli statements said Mr Netanyahu had told Mr Gates that all available means should be used to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon. Mr Gates said President Obama will consider further sanctions against Iran if there is no improvement in bilateral relations.

If the engagement process is not successful the Untied States has prepared to depress for significant addition sanctions that will be none in /. Another words we were trying to get international support for a much tougher position. I hope still remains that Iran will respond to the President’s out scratch hand and positive even constructive way but we’ll see.

President Obama the US and China must coordinate their economic polices because the recession has showed how closely their decisions affected to each other. He was addressing the first meeting within the US-China strategic and economic dialog held in Washington. John Donaldson reports.

Literal substance was / but President Obama American’s relationship with China will shake the 21st century. He said the two countries need to work together on issues such as climate change trade and stopping the spread of nuclear weapon with particular reference to North Korea. On the economy he said both powers need to work together for what he called a lasting economic recovery. American’s financial health is very much in Chinese’s interest given the US is in debt to Beijing to the true of over 700 billion dollars.

The Swedish government says it’s investigating reports that the powerful Swedish made rocket launchers were founding cons Columbia’s marks rebel group Farc. The Columbia government says it believes the weapons were sold to neighboring Venezuela by European country and it’s appealed for international help to stop the trade. Columbia has in the past accused Venezuela of support the rebel movement.

World news from the BBC

Canada has described the ban by the European Union on the import of seal product is unfair restriction of trade. It says it would appeal to the world trade organization. The international trade minister defended the annual hunt which hundreds of thousands of seal clapped to death has been scientific sustainable and inhuman. The European foreign ministers had agreed to the ban following years of appears from the animal rights groups.

The British foreign secretary David Miliband says insurgence groups in Afghanistan must be broke up and some of them reintegrated into Afghan politics. Mr Miliband called for NATO and Afghan forces to make protecting people from the Taliban as top priority.

The French foreign minister Bernard Kouchne says the European Union has agreed to train Somali security forces to fight piracy. That talks in Brussels EU foreign ministers said they want to stabilize Somalia which has been without functioning government science 1991 and they say traders from EU countries could soon be posted in Juboti which neighbored Somalia.


A house in Johannesburg in South Africa where the India spiritual and political leader Mahatma Gandhi lived is being put on for sale. The owner of property says she’s selling it after failing to find anyone interested in preserving its historical legacy. Richard Hamilton reports.

Gandhi lived in a house on a quite street in northern Johannesburg suburb A for 3 years from 1907 at the time when he began to formulate his philosophy of truth and none violence. He lived there with a friend Hermann Kallenbach who actually designed the house with brown walls and traditional African fetch. The current own an American artist who lived there for 25 years was hoping that university or charitable foundation might be interested in preserving the house for antiquity but having failed to attract such buyers she’s putting it onto the open market.
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BBC News with Jerry Schmitt

More than 100 people have been killed in two days of continuing violence in northern Nigeria. There have been gun battles between Islamist militants and police in four mainly Muslim states. The clashes began when militants demanding the wider adoption of Islamic law attacked a police station in the city of Bauchi. Caroline Duffield reports from Lagos.

The worst of the violence is in Maiduguri in Borno State. Eyewitnesses there describe corpses piled up at the police station. People who’ve seen the bodies say that they are mostly young men and civilians. Around the city, there are corpses scattered on streets and pavements. These appear to be civilians who have been pulled out of cars and shot. Residents in Maiduguri are now hiding in their homes. They say that the streets are now empty with the police and the army moving through neighborhoods, firing shots into the air.

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has used a meeting American with the visiting American Defense Secretary Robert Gates to underline Israel’s concerns about Iran’s nuclear program. An Israeli statement said Mr. Netanyahu had told Mr. Gates that all available means should be used to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon. Mr. Gates said President Obama will consider further sanctions against Iran if there was no improvement in bilateral relations.

“If the engagement process is not successful, the United States is prepared to press for significant additional sanctions that would be non-incremental, in other words, we are trying to get international support for a much tougher position. Our hope still remains that Iran will respond to the President’s outreach tongue in a positive and constructive way. But we’ll see.”

President Obama has said the US and China must coordinate their economic policies because the recession has shown how closely their decisions affect each other. He was addressing the first meeting with the new US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue held in Washington. John Donason reports.

Little of substance was announced today, but President Obama said America’s relationship with China would shape the 21st century. He said the two countries needed to work together on issues such as climate change, trade and stopping the spread of nuclear weapons, with particular reference to North Korea. On the economy, he said both powers needed to work together for what he called a “lasting economic recovery”. America’s financial health is very much in China’s interest given that the US is in debt to Beijing to the tune of over 700-billion dollars.

The Swedish government says it’s investigating reports that powerful Swedish-made rocket launchers were found in camps of Colombia’s Maoist rebel group, the FARC. The Colombian government says it believes the weapons were sold to neighboring Venezuela by a European country and it’s appealed for international help to stop the trade. Colombia has in past accused Venezuela of supporting the rebel movement.

World News from the BBC.

Canada has described a ban by the European Union on the imports of seal products as an unfair restriction on trade. It says it will appeal to the World Trade Organization. The international trade minister defended the annual hunt in which hundreds of thousands of seals are clubbed to death has been scientific, sustainable and humane. European Union foreign ministers had agreed to the ban following years of appeals from animal rights groups.

The British Foreign secretary David Miliband says insurgent groups in Afghanistan must be broken up and some of them reintegrated into Afghan politics. Mr. Miliband called for NATO and Afghan forces to make protecting people from the Taliban their top priority.

The French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner says the European Union has agreed to train Somali security forces to fight piracy. At talks in Brussels, EU foreign ministers said they wanted to stabilize Somalia which has been without a functioning government since 1991. Analysts say trainers from EU countries could soon be posted to Djibouti which neighbors Somalia.

A house in Johannesburg in South Africa where the Indian spiritual and political leader Mahatma Gandhi lived is being put on for sale. The owner of the property said she’s selling it after failing to find anyone interested in preserving its historical legacy. Richard Hamilton reports.

Gandhi lived in the house on a quiet street in the northern Johannesburg suburb of Orchids for three years from 1907 at a time when he began to formulate his philosophy of Truth and Nonviolence. He lived there with a friend Herman Kallenbach who actually designed the house with round walls and a traditional African thatch. The current owner, an American artist who has lived there for 25 years, was hoping that a university or charitable foundation might be interested in preserving the house for antiquity. But having failed to attract such a buyer, she is putting it onto the open market.

BBC News.
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BBC News with Jerry Schmitt

More than 100 people have been killed in two days of continuingviolence in northern Nigeria. There have been gun battles betweenIslamist militants and police in four mainly Muslim states. The clashesbegan when militants demanding the wider adoption of Islamic lawattacked a police station in the city of Bauchi. Caroline Duffieldreports from Lagos.

The worst of the violence is in Maiduguri in Borno State. Eyewitnessesthere describe corpses piled up at the police station. People who’veseen the bodies say that they are mostly young men and civilians.Around the city, there are corpses scattered on streets and pavements.These appear to be civilians who have been pulled out of cars and shot.Residents in Maiduguri are now hiding in their homes. They say that thestreets are now empty with the police and / army moving throughneighborhoods, firing shots into the air.

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has used a meeting/ with the visiting American Defense Secretary Robert Gates tounderline Israel’s concerns about Iran’s nuclear program. An Israelistatement said Mr. Netanyahu had told Mr. Gates that all availablemeans should be used to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon.Mr. Gates said President Obama will consider further sanctions againstIran if there was no improvement in bilateral relations.

“If the engagement process is not successful, the United States isprepared to press for significant additional sanctions that
would benon-incremental, in other words, we will try to get internationalsupport for a much tougher position. Our hope still remains that Iranwill respond to the president’s outstretched hand in a positive andconstructive way. But we’ll see.”

President Obama has said the US and China must coordinate theireconomic policies because the recession has shown how closely theirdecisions affect each other. He was addressing the first meeting of the new US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue held in Washington.John Donason reports.

Little of substance was announced today, but President Obama saidAmerica’s relationship with China would shape the 21st century. He saidthe two countries needed to work together on issues such as climatechange, trade and stopping the spread of nuclear weapons, withparticular reference to North Korea. On the economy, he said bothpowers needed to work together for what he called a “lasting economicrecovery”. America’s financial health is very much in China’s interestgiven that the US is in debt to Beijing to the tune of over 700 billiondollars.

The Swedish government says it’s investigating reports that powerfulSwedish-made rocket launchers were found in camps of Colombia’s Maoistrebel group, the FARC. The Colombian government says it believes theweapons were sold to neighboring Venezuela by a European country, andit’s appealed for international help to stop the trade. Colombia has in the past accused Venezuela of supporting the rebel movement.

World News from the BBC.

Canada has described a ban by the European Union on the imports of sealproducts as an unfair restriction of trade. It says it will appeal tothe World Trade Organization. The international trade minister defendedthe annual hunt in which hundreds of thousands of seals are clubbed todeath has been scientific, sustainable and humane. European Unionforeign ministers had agreed to the ban following years of appeals fromanimal rights groups.

The British Foreign Secretary David Miliband says insurgent groups inAfghanistan must be broken up and some of them reintegrated into Afghanpolitics. Mr. Miliband called for NATO and Afghan forces to makeprotecting people from the Taliban their top priority.

The French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner says the European Unionhas agreed to train Somali security forces to fight piracy. At talks inBrussels, EU foreign ministers said they wanted to stabilize Somaliawhich has been without a functioning government since 1991. Analystssay trainers from EU countries could soon be posted to Djibouti whichneighbors Somalia.

A house in Johannesburg in South Africa where the Indian spiritual andpolitical leader Mahatma Gandhi lived is being put on for sale. Theowner of the property says she’s selling it after failing to findanyone interested in preserving its historical legacy. Richard Hamiltonreports.

Gandhi lived in the house on a quiet street in the northernJohannesburg suburb of Orchids for three years from 1907 at a time whenhe began to formulate his philosophy of Truth and Nonviolence. He livedthere with a friend Herman Kallenbach who actually designed the housewith round walls and a traditional African thatch. The current owner,an American artist who has lived there for 25 years, was hoping that auniversity or charitable foundation might be interested in preservingthe house for antiquity. But having failed to attract such a buyer, sheis putting it onto the open market.

BBC News.

 

 

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BBC News with Jerry Schmitt

More than 100 have been killed in two days of continuing violence in northern Nigeria.there have been gun battles between Islamic militants and police in four mainly Muslim states. The clashes began when militants demanding the wider adoption Islamic law attacked police station in the city Bauchi. Caroline Duffield  reports from Lagos.
  
The worst of the violence is in Maiduguri in Borno State eyewitnesses there described cops pile duff the police station people who seen the bodies say they are most young men and civilians. Around the city there are cops scatted on streets and pavements these are paid to be civilians who have been proget of cut and shot. Residents in Maiduguri are now hiding in their home . They say the streets are now empty with the police and army moving from neighbourhood far in shots into the air.

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has used to meeting with visiting American Defence Secretary Robert Gates to underline Israel's concerns about Iran's nuclear program. And Israeli statements said Mr. Netanyahu has told Mr. Gates that all available means should be used to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon . Mr. Gates said President Obama were consider a further sanctions against Iran if there is no improvement in bilateral relations.

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The Swedish government says its investigating reports the powerful Swedish-made rocket launches were founding in camps in Colombia's markets rebel group the FARC. The Colombia government says they believes the weapons were sold to neighbouring Venezuela by European country and its appeal for international help to stop the trade. Colombia has in the past accused Venezuela are supporting the rebel movements.  

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A house in Johannesburg in South Africa where the India spiritual on political leader Matahma Gandhi lived is been put on for sale. The owner of the property said she selling it after failing to find anyone interested in preserving its historic legacy. Richard Hamilton reports.

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More than a hundred people have been killed in two days of continuing violents in Northern Nigeria. There have been gun battles between Islamist militants and police and for many Muslim states. The clashes began when militants demanding the wide direction of Islamic law at anti-police statation at city of Bauchi. Caroline Duffield reports from Lagus.

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Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu has used to meeting with visiting American Defence Secretary Robert Gates to underline Israel's concerns about Iran's nuclear program. The Israeli statements say Mr Netanyahu has told Mr Gates that all available means should be used to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon. Mr Gates says President Obama will consider of further sanctions against Iran if there was no improvement in bilateral relations.

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The Swedish government says it is invastigating reports the powerful Swedish-made rocket launcher has been found in camps of Colombia's marks of rebel group the Farc. The Colombian government says it believes the weapons were so to neighboring Venezuela by European country and it's appeal for international help to stop the trade. Colombia has in a prosecute Venezuela of supporting the rebel movement.

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Canada has described ban about European Union on the import of seal products as an unfair restriction of trade. It says it will appeal to the World Trade Organisation. The international trade minister defend the annual hunts in which hundreds of thousands of seals were pronounced to death has been scientific sustainable until the May. European Foreign ministers had agreed to the ban following years of appeals for Animal Rights Groups.

The British Foreign Secretary,David Miliband says the insurgency groups of Afghanistan must be broken up and some of them reintegrated into Afghan politics. Mr Miliband called for later Afghan forces to make protecting people for the Tiliban that on priority.

The French Foreign Minister,Bernard Kouchner says the European Union has agreed to transfer Somali security forces to fight pirates and told in / EU Foreign Minister said they wanted to stabilize Somalian which has been without function government since 1991 and they say travellers from EU countries could seem to be posted to/ which is neighbor of Somalia.

A house in Johannesburg in South Africa where the Indian's spiritual political leader,Mahatma Gandhi lived has been put up for sale. The owner of proverty says she is selling it after falling to find anyone interested in preserving its /legacy. // reports.

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More than a hundred people have been killed in two days of continuing violence in south Nigeria.There have been gun battles between Islam militants and police in fully Muslin states.The clash began when the militants demanding the wide adoption of Islamic law attack the police station in the city of Bauchi.N reports from D.The worst of the violence is Maiduguri in Borno states.Eyewitness their described / pile up the police station.people who seen the body say they are most young man and civilian.Around the city there / in streets and pavements.These appear to be civilian who have been put out of cars and shot.Residents in Maiduguri are now hiding in their homes.They say the streets are empty with police and army moving for neighborhoods // into the air.

The Israeli Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has used the meeting with the visiting American Defense secretary Robert Gates to underline Israel's concern about the Iran's nuclear program.And the Israeli statements Mr Netanyahu has told Mr Gates that all avilable means should be used to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon.Mr Gates said president Obama will consider further sanctions against Iran if there is no improvment in bilateral relations.If the engagement process in not succesful,the US is prepared for a significant additional sanctions.That would be / in other words.We will try to get Int support for a much tougher position.Our hope still remains that Iran will response to the president's / tend in an positive and contructive way,but we will see.

President Obama has said the US and China must coodinate their economic policies because the recession has showed how closely their decisions have effected each other.He was addressing the first meeting of new US-China strategic and economic dialogue held in Washingtom.John  Donson reports.Litte of substance was annouced today,but president Obama said American's relationship with China would shape 21 century.He said the two countries need work together on issues such as climate change,trade and stoping the spread of nuclear weapons with particularly reference to North Korea.On the economy,he said both powers need to work together what he called a lasting economic recovery.American's financial health is very much in China's interest given that the US is debt to Beijing to the \ of over 700 billion dollars.

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The British Foreign secretary David Miliband says the insurgent group in Afganistan must be broken up and some of their reitigrated into Afgan politics.Mr Miliband called for NATO and Afgan forces to make protectin people from Taliban their top priority.

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BBC News with Jerry Schmitt

More than 100 people have been killed in two days of continuing violence in northern Nigeria. There have been gun battles between Islamist militants and police in four mainly Muslim states. The clashes began when militants demanding the wider adoption of Islamic law attacked a police station in the city of Bauchi. Caroline Duffield reports from Lagos.

The worst of the violence is in Maiduguri in Borno State. Eyewitnesses there describe corpses piled up at the police station. People who’ve seen the bodies say that they are mostly young men and civilians. Around the city, there are corpses scattered on streets and pavements. These appear to be civilians who have been pulled out of cars and shot. Residents in Maiduguri are now hiding in their homes. They say that the streets are now empty with the police and the army moving through neighborhoods, firing shots into the air.

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has used a meeting with the visiting American Defense Secretary Robert Gates to underline Israel’s concerns about Iran’s nuclear program. An Israeli statement said Mr. Netanyahu had told Mr. Gates that all available means should be used to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon. Mr. Gates said President Obama will consider further sanctions against Iran if there was no improvement in bilateral relations.

“If the engagement process is not successful, the United States is prepared to press for significant additional sanctions that would be non-incremental, in other words, we
will try and get international support for a much tougher position. Our hope still remains that Iran will respond to the president’s outstretched hand in a positive and constructive way. But we’ll see.”

President Obama has said the US and China must coordinate their economic policies because the recession has shown how closely their decisions affect each other. He was addressing the first meeting
of the new US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue held in Washington. John Donason reports.

Little of substance was announced today, but President Obama said America’s relationship with China would shape the 21st century. He said the two countries needed to work together on issues such as climate change, trade and stopping the spread of nuclear weapons, with particular reference to North Korea. On the economy, he said both powers needed to work together for what he called a “lasting economic recovery”. America’s financial health is very much in China’s interest given that the US is in debt to Beijing to the tune of over 700-billion dollars.

The Swedish government says it’s investigating reports that powerful Swedish-made rocket launchers were found in camps of Colombia’s Maoist rebel group, the FARC. The Colombian government says it believes the weapons were sold to neighboring Venezuela by a European country and it’s appealed for international help to stop the trade. Colombia has in
the past accused Venezuela of supporting the rebel movement.

World News from the BBC.

Canada has described a ban by the European Union on the imports of seal products as an unfair restriction on trade. It says it will appeal to the World Trade Organization. The international trade minister defended the annual hunt in which hundreds of thousands of seals are clubbed to death has been scientific, sustainable and humane. European Union foreign ministers had agreed to the ban following years of appeals from animal rights groups.

The British Foreign
Secretary David Miliband says insurgent groups in Afghanistan must be broken up and some of them reintegrated into Afghan politics. Mr. Miliband called for NATO and Afghan forces to make protecting people from the Taliban their top priority.

The French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner says the European Union has agreed to train Somali security forces to fight piracy. At talks in Brussels, EU foreign ministers said they wanted to stabilize Somalia which has been without a functioning government since 1991. Analysts say trainers from EU countries could soon be posted to Djibouti which neighbors Somalia.

A house in Johannesburg in South Africa where the Indian spiritual and political leader Mahatma Gandhi lived is being put on for sale. The owner of the property said she’s selling it after failing to find anyone interested in preserving its historical legacy. Richard Hamilton reports.

Gandhi lived in the house on a quiet street in the northern Johannesburg suburb of Orchids for three years from 1907 at a time when he began to formulate his philosophy of Truth and Nonviolence. He lived there with a friend Herman Kallenbach who actually designed the house with round walls and a traditional African thatch. The current owner, an American artist who has lived there for 25 years, was hoping that a university or charitable foundation might be interested in preserving the house for antiquity. But having failed to attract such a buyer, she is putting it onto the open market.

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BBC News with Jerry Schimitt

More than 100 people have been killed in two-day’s continuing violence in northern Nigeria. There have been gun battles between Islamist militants and police and four Muslim states. The clashes began when militants demanding the wildest adoption of Islamic law, attacked a police station in the city of Bauchi.  Caroline Duffield reports from Lagos.

The worst violence is in Maiduguri in Borno State. A witnesses there described corpse is piled up at the police station. People who’ve seen the body say they are mostly young men and civilians. Around the city there were corpses scattered on streets and pavements. These appeared to be civilians who have been pulled out of cars and shot. Residents in Maiduguri are now hiding in their homes. They say the streets are now empty with police and army moving from neighborhoods, firing shots into the air.

The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu has used a meeting of visiting American’s Defense Secretary Robert Gates to underline Israel’s concerns about Iran’s nuclear program. Israel statement says Mr. Netanyahu has told Mr. Gates that all the available means should be used to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon. Mr.Gates says President Obama will consider further sanction against Iran if there was no improvement in bilateral relations.
“If the engagement process is not successful, the United States is preparing the pass for significant additional sanctions that would be non-   . In other words, we will try and get international support for a much tougher position. Our hope still remains that Iran will respond to the President’s outstretch tend in a positive and constructive way, but we will see.

President Obama has said the US and China must coordinate their economic policies because the recession has showed how closely that decision affect each other. He was addressing the first meeting of the new US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue held in Washington. John Donason reports.

Little of substance was announced today, but President Obama said the America’s relation with China would shape the 21 century. He said the two countries needed to work together on issues such as climate change, trade, and stopping new spread of nuclear weapons, with particular reference to North Korea. On the economy, he said both powers needed to work together for what he called “a lasting economic recovery”. American’s financial health is very much in China’s interest, given the US is in debt to Beijing to the tune of over 700 billion dollars.

The Swedish government said it’s investigating reports that powerful Swedish-made rocket launchers were found in camps of Colombia’s Maoist rebel group, the FARC. The Columbia government says it believes the weapons were sold to neighboring Venezuela by a European country. And it appealed to International help to stop the trade. Columbia has passed accuse of Venezuela of supporting the rebel movement.

World News from the BBC.
Canada has described the ban by European Union on the import of seal products as an unfair restriction of trade. It says it will appeal to the World Trade Organization. International Trade Minster defended the annual hunt which hundreds of thousands of seals are clubbed to death has been scientific, sustainable and humane. European Foreign Minster has agreed the ban following yells of appeals from animal rights groups.

The British Foreign Secretary David Miliband says insurgent groups in Afghanistan must be broken up. And some of them reintegrated into Afghan parties. Mr.Milicand called for NATO and Afghan forces to make protecting people from Taliban that top priority.

The French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner says the European Union has agreed to change Somali security forces to fight policy. At talks in Brussels EU Foreign Minister said they wanted to stabilize Somalia which has been without its functioning government since 1991. Analysts say trainers from EU countries could soon be posted to Dijibouti, which neighbors Somalia.

A house in Johannesburg in South Africa where the Indian spiritual and political leader Mahatma Gandhi lived is being put out for sale. The owner of the property says she is selling it after failing to find anyone interested in preserving its historical legacy. Richard Hamilton reports.

Gundi lived in the house on a quiet the street in Northern Johannesburg suburb of Orchids for three years from 1907 at a time when he began to formulate his philosophy of truth and non-violence. He lived there with a friend Herman Kallebach, who actually designed the house with the round walls and a traditional African thatch. The current owner, an American artist who has lived there for twenty-five years, was hoping that university or charitable foundation might be interested in preserving the house for antiquity. For having failed to attract such a buyer, she is putting it onto an opening market.
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More than 100 people have been in 2 days of continuing violence in northern Nigeria. There have been gun battles between Islamist militants and police in four mainly Moslims states. The clashes began when militants demanding the wide adoption of Islamic law, attacked police station in the city of xxx. XXX  reports from xxx:

"The worst of the voilence is in xxx and xxx State. Eyewitnesses there described corpses piled up at the police station. People who've seen the bodies say that they are mostly young men and civillians. Around the city, there are corpses scattered on the streets and pavements. These are appeared to be civillians who are pulled out of cars and shot. Residents in xxx are now hiding in theri homes. They say that the streets are now empty, with the police and army moving through neighborhoods, firing shots into the air."

The Israeli Prime Minister xxx has used to meeting the visiting American Defense Secretary Robert Gates to underline Israel's concerns about Iran's nuclear program. An Israeli statements and Mr xxx had told Mr Gates that all the available means should be used to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon. Mr Gates said President Obama will consider further sanctions against Iran if there is no improvement in bilateral relations.

"If the engagement process is not successful, the United States is prepared depress for significant additional sanctions that woud be non-xxx. In another words, we would try and get internationa support for a much tougher position. Our hopes still remains that Iran will respond to the president xxx and the positive and constructive way, but we'll see."

President Obama has said the US and China must coordinate their economic policies because the recession has xxx closely their decesions affect each other. He was addressing the first meeting, the new US-China strategic and economic dialouge held in Washington. XXX reports:

"Little of substance was announced today, but President Obama said American's relationship with China would shape the 21st century. He said the 2 countries needed to work together of issues such as climate change, trade and stopping the spread of nuclear weapons with particular reference to North Korea. On the economy, he said both powers needed to work together for what he called a lasting economic recovery. America's financial health is very much in China's interest, given that the US is in debt to Beijing to the xxx of over 700 billion dollars."

The Swedish government says it is investigating reports that powerful Swedish made xxx launches be founding xxx of Columbia's marks' rebel group xxx. The Columbian government says it believes the weapons were sold to neihboring XXX by Eruopean country. And it has appealed to international help to stop the trade. Columbia has in the past accused xxx of supporting the rebel movements.

World news from the BBC.

Canada has described a ban by the European Union on the import of seal product as an unfair restriction of trade. It says it wiill appeal to the World Trade Organization. International Trade Minister xxx defended the annual hunt, in which hundreds of thousands seals are clubbed to death, has been scientific, sustainable and humane. European Foreign Ministers had agreed to the ban following years of appeals from animal rights groups.

The British Foreign Secretary xxx says insurgent groups in Afghnistan must be broken up and some of their re-integrated in to Afghan politics. Mr xxx called for NATO and Afghan forces to make protecting people from the Taliban the top priority.

The French Foreign Minister xxx says the European Union has agreed to train Somali security forces to fight piracy. At talks in Brussles, EU foreign ministers said they wanted to stablize Somalia which is without a functioning govenrment since 1991.  Analysts say trainers from EU countries soon be posted to xxx, which neighbors Somalia.

A house in Johannesbur in South Africa where the Indian spiritual and political leader xxx lived is being put on for sale. The owner of the property after failing to find anyone interested in preserving its historical leagacy. XXX reports:

"Gandhi lived in a house in a quiet street in the northern Johannesburg surbub of xxx for 3 years from 1907, at a time when he began to formulate his philoshphy of truth and nonviolence. He lived there with a friedn xxx who actually designed the house with brown walls and a traditional African xxx. The current owner, an American artist who has lived there for 25 years, was hoping that university or charitable foundation mignt be interested in preserving the house for antiquity. But having failed to attract such a buyer, she is putting it on to the open markets."

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More than 100 people have been killed in two days of continuing violence in northern Nigeria. There have been gun battles between Islamic militants and police in four mainlyMuslim states. The clashes began when militants demanding the wider adpotion of Islamic law attacked the police station in the city of Bauchi .Carry Lion reports from Lagos.
The worst of the violence is in Maiduguri in Borno state. Eye witnesses there describe corpses piles up the police station. People who've seen the bodies say they are mostly young men and civilians. Around the city there are corpses scattered on streets and pavements. These appeared to be civilians who have been pulled out of cars and shot. Residents in Maiduguri are now hiding in their homes. They say that the streets are empty with the police and army moving from the neignbourhood firing shops into the air.
The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu  has used to meeting with the visiting American Defend Secretary Robert Gates to underlying Isreal's concerns about Iran's nuclear program. An Isreali statement says Mr.Netanyahu has told Mr. Gate that all available  means should be used to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon.Mr. Gates says president Obama will consider further sanctions against Iran if there was no improvement  in bilateral relations.
If the engagement process is not successful, the United States is prepared to press for significant additional sanctions that would be non-inremental in others word we are trying to get internation support for a tougher position. Our hope still remains that Iran will repond to the president's outstretch attempt in a positive and constructive way. But we'll see...
President Obama has said the US and China must coordiante their economic policies because the recession has shown how closely the decisions affect each other. He was addressing the first meeting of the newUS-China stratigic and economic dialogue held in Washington. John Donason reports.
Little of substance was announced today but president Obama said America's relationship with China would shape the 21st century. He said the two countries needed to work together on issues such as climate change, trade and  stopping the spread of nuclear weapons with particular referance to North Korea. On the economy, he said that both economy needed to work together for what he called a lasting economic recovery. American financial health is very much in Chinese interet, given that the US is in debt to Beijing to the tune of 700 billion dollars.
The Swedish government says its investigating reports that powerful Swedish made rocket launchers were found in camps of Columbia Maxis rebel groups the Farc. The Columbian government says it believes the weapons were sold to neignbouring Venezuala by an European country and it appeals for internation help to stop the trade. Columbia has in the past accused Venezuala of supporting the rebel movement.
World news from the BBC.
Canada has described the ban by the European Union on the import of seal products as an unfair restriction of trade . It says it will appeal to the WTO.
The internation trade ministor defended the annual hunt in which hundreds of thousands of seal are // to death has been scientific, sustainable and humane. European foreign ministry has agreed to the ban following years of appeals from animal right groups.
The British Foreign Secretary David Miliband says insurgent groups in Afghanistan must be broken up and some of them reintegrated into Afghan politics. Mr. Miliband called for later the Afghan forces to make protecting the people from Taliban their top priority.
The French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner  says the European Union has agreed to train Somali security forces to fight piracy . At talks in Brussels EU foreign ministy  says they want to stablize Somalia which has been without a function government since 1991. Analysts say the trainers from EU countires could soon be posted to Djibouti which neignbours Somalia.
A house in Johannesburg in South Africa where the India speritual and political leader Mahatma Gandhi lived is being put on for sale. The owner of the property said he is sellig it after failing find anyone interested in preseving its historic legacy. Richard Hamilton reports.
Gandhi lived in the house on a quiet street in the northern Johannesburg suburb of Orchids. for three year from 1907, at the time when he began to formulate his philosophy of truth and Non-violence. He lived there with his friend // who actually designed the house with ground walls and traditional African thatch. The current owner, an American artist,who has lived there for 25 years was hoping that university or charitible foundation might be interested in preserving the house for antiquity. But having failed to attract such a buyer, she is putting into onto the open market. BBC news.
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