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BBC News with Zoe Diamond.

President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the United States a national emergency. The move comes amid rising concern about the spread of the H1N1 virus. Medical officials warned earlier this month of a possible shortage of the swine flu vaccine. James Hodges has compiled this report.

The White House says President Obama’s proclamation of a national emergency will give medical officials more freedom to tackle the virus, allowing them to bypass certain federal requirements when deciding what action to take. Swine flu is now widespread in almost all of the American states, and it's passed epidemic levels in most of them. Health officials say children are being hit hard by the disease. They account for almost 100 of 1,000 people killed in America so far.

Two passenger trains have collided in Egypt. Witnesses say at least 15 people have been killed and more than 20 others have been injured. From Cairo, Yolande Knell sent this report.

It’s understood that one train crashed into another which was stationary on the tracks, close to Al-Ayyat in Giza Governorate to the south of Cairo. Several carriages were badly damaged. Rescue workers are now at the scene trying to remove bodies and the injured from the wreckage. There have been several serious crashes on Egyptian railway lines in recent years. Last year, 44 people were killed in northern Egypt, and back in 2002, at least 360 people were killed in a fire on a crowded passenger train close to the location of the latest crash.

A Saudi Arabian court has sentenced a female journalist to 60 lashes for her part in producing a television program, in which a Saudi man broke a major taboo in the deeply conservative country by describing his extra-marital sex life. The program caused a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago on LBC, a Lebanese satellite channel. Serbastin Usher reports.

The original program was part of a series called Red Lines. It examined taboos in the Arab world. Unmarried sex in Saudi Arabia amongst Saudis is one of the biggest. The Saudi man in the show Mazen Abdul Jawad provoked outrage by describing his techniques for meeting and having sex with Saudi women. He later tearfully apologized but was jailed for five years and sentenced to 1,000 lashes. Mr. Abdul Jawad blamed LBC producers for tricking him. The station's offices in Saudi Arabia were closed down and two of its producers - both female - put on trial.

Officials in Washington say a North Korean diplomat has made a rare visit to the US and has had talks with an American negotiator. A spokesman for the State Department said the diplomat Ri Gun met the American special envoy for North Korean nuclear disarmament, Sung Kim, in New York. Pyongyang walked out of multiple-lateral talks about its nuclear program six months ago after sanctions were imposed on it for testing nuclear weapons. It said it would only return to negotiations after direct talks with the US.

This is the World News from the BBC.

An American spokesman says President Obama has secured the full support of his French and Russian counterparts over policy towards Iran’s nuclear program. The spokesman says the president phoned both Nicolas Sarkozy and Dmitry Medvedev today, and both leaders backed a proposal deal on Iran endorsed by the UN’s nuclear agency, the IAEA. Tehran says it will respond to the plan this week.

The Pakistani army said that it has captured Kotkai, the hometown of the Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud a week after launching a large scale offensive against the militants’ strongholds in the South Waziristan tribal region. Local officials said three soldiers and four militants were killed in the operation to capture the town. Pakistan’s military spokesman General Athar Abbas said Kotkai had been an important base for militants.

"The place was a stronghold of terrorists with a majority of houses converted into strong bunkers. The town also has a training camp of Qari Hussein who is known as the mentor of suicide bombers. Security forces are in the process of clearing the built-up areas from IEDs, mines and booby traps."

A meeting of about 600 Church of England priests in London has ended with several signalling that they are ready to accept an offer from the Pope to join the Roman Catholic Church. The priests are members of the Forward in Faith group which is unhappy with the Church of England's position on issues such as women bishops and homosexual clergy. However, a BBC correspondent says other Anglicans are desperate to preserve the Church of England's historical role in uniting even Jellico protestants with those more sympathetic to Catholicism.

Pope Benedict has appointed a Ghanaian Cardinal Peter Turkson to one of the most influential posts in the Vatican. Analysts say the appointment to the justice and peace office strengthens Cardinal Turkson’s position as a future papal candidate.

That’s the latest World News from the BBC.

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BBC News with Zoe Diamond
President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the United States a national emergency. The move comes a mid-rising concern about the spread about the H1N1 virus, medical officials warned earlier this month of possible shortage of the swine flu vaccine. James / has compiled this report.   
The White House says President Obama’s proclamation of national emergency will give medical officials more freedom to tackle the virus allowing them to bypass certain federal requirements when deciding what action to take. Swine flu is now widespread in almost all of the American states, and its past epidemic levels in most of them, health officials say children are being hit hard by the disease. They account for almost100 of 1000 killed in America so far.  
Two passenger trains have collided in Egypt, witnesses say at least 15 people have been killed and more than 20 others have been injured. From Cairo // send this report.
It’s understood the one train crashed into another which was stationary on the tracks, closed Al-Ayyat in Giza governorate to the south of Cairo. Several carriages were badly damaged. Rescue workers are now the same try to remove bodies and the injured from the wreckage. There have been several serious crashes on Egyptian rally lines in recent years, last year 44 people were killed in northern Egypt and back in 2002, at least 360 people were killed in a fire on a crowded passenger train close to the location of the latest crash.
A Saudi Arabia court has sentenced the female journalist to 60 lashes for her part and producing a television program in which Saudi man broke a major taboo in the deeply conservative country by describing his actual marital sexual life. The program caused a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago in LBC a Lebanese satellite channel. // reports.
The original program was part of a series called Red Lines, made by the popular LBC network. it examined taboos in the Arab world, unmarried sex in Saudi Arabia amongst Saudis is one of the biggest. The Saudi man in the show Mazen Abdul Jawad provoked outrage by describing his techniques for meeting and having sex with Saudi women. He later tearfully apologized, he was jailed was jailed for five years and sentenced to 1,000 lashes. Mr Abdul Jawad blamed LBC producers for tricking him. The station's offices in Saudi Arabia were closed down and two of its producers, both female, put on trial.
Officials in Washington say a North Korea diplomat has made a rare visit to the US and his talks with American negotiators. A spokesman for the state department said diplomatic Ri Gun met the American special envoy for North Korean nuclear disarmament, Sung Kim, in New York. Pyongyang worded either of the multiple-lateral talks of its nuclear program six months ago after sanctions were imposed net for testing nuclear weapons, it said was only return to negotiations after direct talks with US.
This is the World News from the BBC.
An American spokesman says President Obama has secure the fuel support of his French and Russian counterpart over policy towards Iran’s nuclear program. This spokesman says the president phoned both Nicolas Sarkozy and Dmitry Medvedev today and both leaders back to proposal deal a back to proposal deal on Iran indorsed by the UN’s nuclear agency, the IAEA. Teheran says it will respond to the plan this week.
The Pakistani army said that he’s captured Kotkai the hometown of Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud week after launch a large scale offensive against militants strong hold in the South Waziristan tribal region. Local officials said 3 soldiers and 4 militants were killed in the operation to capture the town. Pakistan’s military spokesman General Athar Abbas said Kotkai had been an important base for militants.
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A meeting of about 600-church of England priests in London has ended with several signal. They are ready to accept offer from the pope to join the Roman Catholic Church, the priests’ members of the fore region faith group which is unhappy with the Church of England position on issues such as women bishops and homosexual clergy. However, our BBC correspondent says otherwise can concern desperate to preserve the Church of England historical role in uniting even Jellico protestants with those more sympathetic to Catholicism.
Pope Benedict has appointed agony in Peter / to one of the implemental popes in Vatican, analysts say the appointment for justice and peace office strengthened the / office and the future pope candidate.
That’s the latest World News from the BBC.
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BBC News with Zoe Diamond.

President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the United States a national emergency.Move comes a mid-rising concern about the spread of the H1N1 virus.Medical official warned earlier this month of the possible shortage of the swine vaccine.James ... has compiled this report.

The White House says President Obama's proclamation of national emergency will give medical officials more freedom to tackle the virus.Allowing them to bypass certain federal requirements when deciding what action to take.Swine flu is now widespread in almost all of the American States and it passed epidemic levels in most of them.Health officials say children are being hit hard by the disease,The account for almost 100 of the 1000 people killed in America so far.

Two passenger train have collided in the Egypt,witnesses say at least 15 people have been killed and more than 20 others have been injured.From Cairo,Yolanda Neil sent this report.

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A Saudi Arabian Court has sentenced a female journalist to 60 lashes for her part and producing a television program in which a Saudi man broke a major taboo in the deeply conservative country by describing his extra marital sex life.The program caused a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago on LBC,a Lebanese satellite channel ....reports.

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Officials in Washington say a North Korean diplomat has made a rare visit to the US sentenced talks with and has had talks to other with American negotiator.The spokesman for the State Department said diplomat Ri Gun met the American Special Envoy for North Korean Nuclear disarmament.Sung Kim,in NewYork,Pyongyang ... multilateral talks about his nuclear program six months after sanctions were imposed to ... test nuclear weapons.It said it would only return to negotiations after direct talks with the US.

This is the World News from BBC.

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That’s the latest World News from the BBC.
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That's the latest world news from the BBC.
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BBC News with Zoe Diamond
President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the United States a national emergency. The move comes in its rising concern about the spread about the H1N1 virus. Medical officials warned earlier this month of the possible shortage of the swine flu vaccine. James Hodges has compiled this report.   
The White House says President Obama’s proclamation of a national emergency will give medical officials more freedom to tackle the virus, allowing them to bypass certain federal requirements when deciding what action to take. Swine flu is now widespread in almost all of the American states, and has passed epidemic levels in most of them. Health officials say children are being hit hard by the disease. They account for almost 100 of 1000 people killed in America so far.  
Two passenger trains have collided in Egypt, witnesses say at least 15 people have been killed and more than 20 others have been injured. From Cairo, * send this report.
It’s understood that one train crashed into another, which was stationary on the tracks, close to Al-Ayyat in Giza governorate to the south of Cairo. Several carriages were badly damaged. Rescue workers are now at the scene trying to remove bodies and the injured from the wreckage. There have been several serious crashes on Egyptian railway lines in recent years. Last year 44 people were killed in northern Egypt and back in 2002, at least 360 people were killed in a fire on a crowded passenger train close to the location of the latest crash.
A Saudi Arabian court has sentenced the female journalist to 60 lashes for her part in producing a television program, in which a Saudi man broke a major taboo in the deeply conservative country by describing his extra-marital sex life. The program caused a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago in LBC, a Lebanese satellite channel. * * reports.
The original program was part of a series called Red Lines. / It examined taboos in the Arab world. Unmarried sex in Saudi Arabia amongst Saudis is one of the biggest. The Saudi man in the show Mazen Abdul Jawad provoked outrage by describing his techniques for meeting and having sex with Saudi women. He later tearfully apologized, he was jailed for five years and sentenced to 1,000 lashes. Mr Abdul Jawad blamed LBC producers for tricking him. The station's offices in Saudi Arabia were closed down and two of its producers, both female, put on trial.
Officials in Washington say a North Korea diplomat has made a rare visit to the US and has had talks, rather, with an American negotiator. A spokesman for the State Department said the diplomat Ri Gun met the American special envoy for North Korean nuclear disarmament, Sung Kim, in New York. Pyongyang walked out of the multiple-lateral talks about its nuclear program six months ago after sanctions were imposed net for testing nuclear weapons. It said it would only return to negotiations after direct talks with the US.
This is the World News from the BBC.
An American spokesman says President Obama has secured the full support of his French and Russian counterpart over policy towards Iran’s nuclear program. This spokesman says the president phoned both Nicolas Sarkozy and Dmitry Medvedev today and both leaders backed the proposal deal on Iran endorsed by the UN’s Nuclear Agency, the IAEA. Teheran says it will respond to the plan this week.
The Pakistani army said that it has captured Kotkai, the hometown of Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud, a week after launching a large scale offensive against the militants’ strongholds in the South Waziristan tribal region. Local officials said 3 soldiers and 4 militants were killed in the operation to capture the town. Pakistan’s military spokesman General Athar Abbas said Kotkai had been an important base for militants.
The place was a stronghold of terrorists, where a majority of houses had been converted into strong bunkers. The town also has a training camp of Qari Hussein who is known as the mentor of suicide bombers. Security forces are in the process of clearing of the build-up area from IEDs (improvised explosive devices), mines and booby traps.”
A meeting of about 600 Church of England priests in London has ended, with several signaling that they are ready to accept an offer from the pope to join the Roman Catholic Church. The priests are members of the Forward in Faith group which is unhappy with the Church of England position on issues such as women bishops and homosexual clergy. However, our BBC correspondent says other Anglicans are desperate to preserve the Church of England its historical role in uniting even Jellico protestants with those who are more sympathetic to Catholicism.
Pope Benedict has appointed a Ghanaian Cardinal红衣主教 Peter Turkson to one of the influential posts in Vatican. Analysts say the appointment to justice and peace office strengthened Cardinal Turkson’s position as a future pope candidate.
That’s the latest World News from the BBC.
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BBC News with Zoe Diamond
President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the United States a national emergency. The move comes admist a rising concern about the spread of the H1N1 virus, medical officials warned earlier this month of the possible shortage of the swine flu vaccine. James / has compiled this report.   
The White House says President Obama’s proclamation of a national emergency will give medical officials more freedom to tackle the virus allowing them to bypass certain federal requirements when deciding what action to take. Swine flu is now widespread in almost all of the American states, and it's passed epidemic levels in most of them, health officials say children are being hit hard by the disease. They account for almost100 of the 1000 killed in America so far.  
Two passenger trains have collided in Egypt, witnesses say at least 15 people have been killed and more than 20 others have been injured. From Cairo // send this report.
It’s understood that one train crashed into another which was stationary on the tracks, close to Al-Ayyat in Giza governorate to the south of Cairo. Several carriages were badly damaged. Rescue workers are now on the scene trying to remove bodies and the injured from the wreckage. There have been several serious crashes on Egyptian railway lines in recent years, last year 44 people were killed in northern Egypt and back in 2002, at least 360 people were killed in a fire on a crowded passenger train close to the location of the latest crash.
A Saudi Arabia court has sentenced a female journalist to 60 lashes for her part and producing a television program in which Saudi man broke a major taboo in the deeply conservative country by describing his extra marital sex life. The program caused a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago in LBC a Lebanese satellite channel. // reports.
The original program was part of a series called Red Lines, it examined taboos in the Arab world, unmarried sex in Saudi Arabia amongst Saudis is one of the biggest. The Saudi man in the show Mazen Abdul Jawad provoked outrage by describing his techniques for meeting and having sex with Saudi women. He later tearfully apologized, who was jailed was jailed for five years and sentenced to 1,000 lashes. Mr Abdul Jawad blamed LBC producers for tricking him. The station's offices in Saudi Arabia were closed down and two of its producers, both female, put on trial.
Officials in Washington say a North Korea diplomat has made a rare visit to the US and a North Korea diplomat has made a rare visit to the US and has had talks with an American negotiator. A spokesman for the state department said diplomatic Ri Gun met the American special envoy for North Korean nuclear disarmament, Sung Kim, in New York. Pyongyang walked out of  multiple-lateral talks of its nuclear program six months ago after sanctions were imposed on it for testing nuclear weapons, it said it would only return to negotiations after direct talks with the US.
This is the World News from the BBC.
An American spokesman says President Obama has secured the fuel support for his French and Russian counterpart over policy towards Iran’s nuclear program. This spokesman says the president phoned both Nicolas Sarkozy and Dmitry Medvedev today and both leaders back the proposal deal on Iran endorsed by the UN’s nuclear agency, the IAEA. Teheran says it will respond to the plan this week.
The Pakistani army said that it’s captured Kotkai the hometown of the Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud a week after launch a large scale offensive against militant strongholds in the South Waziristan tribal region. Local officials said 3 soldiers and 4 militants were killed in the operation to capture the town. Pakistan’s military spokesman General Athar Abbas said Kotkai had been an important base for militants.
“The place was a stronghold of terrorists, with majority of houses converted into the strong bonkers, the town also as a training camp of who is known as the mentor of suicide bombers. Security forces are in the process of cleaning the areas from IEDs, miles and moving camps?"
A meeting of about 600 Church of England priests in London has ended with several signal. They are ready to accept offer from the pope to join the Roman Catholic Church, the priests’ members of the fore region faith group which is unhappy with the Church of England position on issues such as women bishops and homosexual clergy. However, our BBC correspondent says other Anglicans are desperate to preserve the Church of England historical role in uniting even Jellico protestants with those more sympathetic to Catholicism.
Pope Benedict has appointed Cardinal Peter Turkson to one of the influential posts in Vatican, analysts say the appointment to the justice and peace office strengthened Cardinal Turkson's position as a future papal candidate.
That’s the latest World News from the BBC.
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BBC News with Zoe Diamond.

President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the United States a national emergency. The move comes a major rising concerns by the spread of H1N1 virus. Medical officials warned earlier this month of a possible shortage of the swine flu vaccine. JH has compiled this report.
The White House says President Obama's proclamation of a national emergency would give medical officials more freedom to tackle the virus, allowing them to bypass certain federal requirements when deciding what action to take. Swine flu is now widespread in almost all of the American states and is part epidemic levels in most of them. Health officials say children are being hit hard by the disease. They are account for almost 100 of the 1000 people killed in America so far.

Two passenger trains have collided in the Egypt. Witnesses say at least 15 people have been killed and more than 20 others have been injured. From Cairo, IE sent this report.
It's understood that one train crashed into another which was stationary on the tracks closed to Al-Ayyat in Giza to the south of Cairo. Several carriages were badly damaged. Rescue workers are now the scene, trying to move bodies and the injured from the wreckage. There have been several serious crashes on the Egyptian railway lines in recent years. Last year 44 people were killed in northern Egypt and backing 2002, at least 360 people were killed in a fire on the crowded passenger train closed to the location of the latest crash.

A Saudi Arabian court has sentenced a female journalist to 60 lashes for her point producing a television programme in which a Saudi man broke a major taboo in the deeply conservative country by describing his extra-marital sex life. The programme caused a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago on LBC, a Lebanese satellite channel. SN reports.
The original programme was part of a series called Red Lines. It examines taboos in Arab world. Unmarried sex in Saudi Arabia among Saudis is one of the biggest. The Saudi man in the show Mazen Abdul Jawad provoked outrage by describing his techniques for meeting and having sex with Saudi women. He later tearfully apologizes. He was jailed for 5 years sentence and 1000 lashes. Mr Abdul Jawad blamed LBC producers for tricking him. The station's offices in Saudi Arabia were closed down and two of producers-both female-put on trial.

Officials in Washington say a North Korean diplomat has made a rare visit to the US and has held talks rather with American negotiator. A spokesman for the State Department said the diplomat Ri Gun met the American envoy for North Korea disarmament ,Sung Kim, in New York. Pyongyang walked isolatively off multilateral talks about its nuclear programme six months ago after sanctions were imposed it for testing nuclear weapons. It said would only return to the negotiations after direct talks with the US.

This is the world news from the BBC.

An American spokesman says President Obama has secured the full support of his French, Russian counterparts over policy towards Iran's nuclear programme. The spokesman says the president phoned with Nicolas Sarkozy and Dmitry Medvedev today and both leaders backed the proposal deal on Iran endorsed by the UN's nuclear agency IAEA. Tehran says it will respond to the plan next week.

The Pakistani army said it has captured Kotkai, the hometown of the Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud, a week after launching a large scale of offensive against militant strongholds in the South Waziristan tribal region. Local officials said three soldiers and four militants were killed in the operation to capture the town. Pakistan's military spokesman Major General Athar Abbas said Kotkai has been an important base for militants.
"The place was a stronghold of terrorists with majority of houses converted into the strong bunkers. The town also has a training camp of Qari Hussain who's known as the member of suicide bombers. Security forces are in the process of clearing the built-up area from IEDs, mines and booby traps. "

A meeting of about 600 Church of England priests in London has ended with several signaling that they are ready to accept an offer from the Pope to join the Roman Catholic Church. The priests members said the Foreward in Faith group which is unhappy with the Church of England's position on issues such as women bishops and homosexual clergy. However, our BBC correspondent says other wrangler concern desperate to preserve the Church of England's historic role in uniting Evangelic Protestant with those more sympathetic to Catholicism. Pope Benedict has appointed a gay in Cardinal Peter Turkson to one of the most influential posts in the Vatican. Analysts say the appointment to the justice piece office strengthened Cardinal Turkson's position as a future pope candidate.

That's the latest World News from the BBC.
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BBC news with Zoe Diamond

President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in United States and national emergency, the move comes advising concerned the spread of the H1N1 virus. Medical officials warned early this month that possible shortage of the swine flu vaccine.
Jane Hughes has compared this report.


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Two passenger trains have collided in the Egypt, witnesses say at least 15 people have been killed and more than 20 others have been injured. From Cairo, / sent this report.

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BBC News with Zoe Diamond

President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the United States a national emergency. The move comes amid rising concern about the spread of H1N1 virus. Medical officials warned earlier this month of the possible shortage of the swine flu vaccines. James Hodges has compiled this report.
The White House says President Obama's proclamation of a national emergency will give medical officials more freedom to tackle the virus, allowing them to bypass certain federal requirements when deciding what action to take. Swine flu is now widespread in almost all of the American states and it has passed epidemic levels in most of them. Health officials say children are being hit hard by the disease. They account for almost 100 of 1,000 people killed in the America so far.

Two passenger trains have collided in the Egypt. Witnesses say at least 15 people have been killed and more than 20 others have been injured. From Cairo Yolanda Neil sent this report.
It's understood that one train crashed into another which was stationary on the tracks close to Al-Ayyat in Giza governorate to the south of Cairo. Several carriages were badly damaged. Rescue workers are now at the scene trying to remove the bodies and the injured from the wreckage. There have been several serious crashes on Egyptian railway lines in recent years. Last year 44 people were killed in northern Egypt. And back in 2002 at least 360 people were killed in a fire on a crowded passenger train close to the location of the latest crash.

A Saudi Arabian court has sentenced a female journalist to 60 lashes for her part in producing a television programme, in which a Saudi man broke a major taboo in the deeply conservative country by describing his extra-marital sex life. The programme caused a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago on LBC, a Lebanese satellite channel. Sebastian Usher reports.
The original programme was part of a series called Red Lines. It examined taboos in the Arab world. Unmarried sex in Saudi Arabia among Saudis is one of the biggest. The Saudi man in the show Mazen Abdul Jawad provoked outrage by describing his techniques for meeting and having sex with the Saudi women. He later tearfully apologized but was jailed for 5 years and sentenced to 1,000 lashes. Mr Abdul Jawad blamed LBC producers for tricking him. The station's offices in Saudi Arabia were closed down and 2 of its producers, both female, put on trial.

Officials in Washington say a North Korean diplomat has made a rare visit to the US and has had talks rather with an American negotiator. A spokesman for the State Department said the diplomat Ri Gun met the American special envoy for North Korean nuclear disarmament Sung Kim in New York. Pyongyang walked out of multilateral talks about its nuclear programme 6 months ago after sanctions were imposed on it for testing nuclear weapons. It said it would only return to negotiations after direct talks with the US.

This is the World News from the BBC

An American spokesman says President Obama has secured the full support of its French and Russian counterparts over policy towards Iran's nuclear programme. The spokesman says the president phoned both Nicolas Sarkozy and Dmitry Medvedev today and both leaders backed the proposal deal on Iran endorsed by the UN's nuclear agency the IAEA. Tehran says it will response to the plan this week.

The Pakistani army said it had captured Kotkai, the hometown of the Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud a week after launching a large scale of offensive against militants' strongholds in the South Waziristan tribal region. Local officials said 3 soldiers and 4 militants were killed in the operation to capture the town. Pakistan's military spokesman General Athar Abbas said Kotkai had been an important base for militants.
"The place was a stronghold of terrorists with majority of houses converted into strong bunkers. The town also is a training camp of Qari Hussain who's known as the mentor of suicide bombers. Security forces are in the process of clearing the the built-up areas from IEDs, mines and booby traps."

A meeting of about 600 Church of England priests at London have ended with several signalings that they are ready to accept an offer from the Pope to join the Roman Catholic Church. The priests are members of the Forward in Faith group which is unhappy with the Church of England's position on issues such as women bishops and homosexual clergy. However a BBC correspondent says other Anglicans are desperate to preserve the Church of England's historical role in uniting even / Protestants with those more sympathetic to Catholicism.

Pope Benedict has appointed a Ghanaian Cardinal Peter Turkson to one of the most influential posts in the Vatican. Analysts say the appointment to the jutice in peace office strengthens Cardinal Turkson's position as a future papal candidate.

That's the latest World News from the BBC
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BBC news with Zoe Diamond

President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the United States a national emergency. The move comes amid rising concern by the spread of H1N1 virus. Medical officials warned earlier this month of a possible shortage of the swine flu vaccine. James Hodges has compiled this report.
The White House says President Obama proclamation of national emergency would give medical officials more freedom to tackle the virus, allowing them to bypass certain federal requirements when deciding what action to take. Swine flu is now wide-spreading in almost all of the American states and it’s passed epidemic levels in most of them. Health officials said children are being hit hard by the disease, they account for almost one hundred of the 1,000 people killed in America so far.

Two passenger trains have collided in Egypt. Witnesses said at least fifteen people have been killed and more than twenty others have been injured. From Cairo, Yolanda Neil sent this report.
It’s understood that one train crashed into another, which was stationary on the tracks close Al-Ayyat in Girzah governorateto the south of Cairo. Several carriages were badly damaged. Rescue workers are now at the scene trying to remove bodies and the injured from the wreckage. There have been several serious crashes on Egypt railway lines in recent years. Last year 44 people were killed in northern Egypt and back in 2002 at least three hundred and sixty people were killed in a fire on a crowded passenger train close to the location of the latest crash.

A Saudi Arabian court has sentenced a female journalist to 60 lashes for her part in producing a television programme in which a Saudi man broke a major taboo in the deeply conservative country by describing his extramarital sex life. The programme calls a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago in LBC, a Lebanese satellite channel. Sebastian Usher reports.
The original programme was part of a series called Red Lines. It examined taboos in the Arab world, unmarried sex in Saudi Arab among Saudis is one of the biggest. The Saudi man in the show Mazen Abdul Jawad provoked outrage by describing his techniques for meeting and having sex with Saudi women. He later tearfully apologised, but was jailed for five years and sentenced to 1,000 lashes. Mr. Abdul Jawad blamed the LBC producers for tricking him. The station’s offices in Saudi Arab were closed down and two of its producers, both female, put on trial.

Officials in Washington said a North Korea diplomat has made a rare visit to the US and has ____talks with the American negotiator. A spokesman for State Department said the diplomat Ri Gun met with the American special envoy for North Korea nuclear disarmament Sung Kim in New York. Pyongyang walked out of multi-lateral talks about its nuclear programmed six months ago after sanctions were imposed to it for testing nuclear weapons. It said it would only return to negotiations after direct talks with the US.

This is world news from the BBC.

An American spokesman says President Obama has secured the full support of his French and Russian counterparts over the policies towards Iran’s nuclear programme. The spokesman says president phoned both Nicolas Sarkozy and Dmitry Medvedev today and both leaders backed the proposal deal, a better proposal deal on Iran endorsed by the UN’s nuclear agency IAEA. Tehran says it will response to the plan this week.

The Paskistani army said it has captured the Kotkai the hometown of the Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud a week after launching a large scale offense against military strongholds in South Waziristan tribal region. Local official said three soldiers and four militant were killed in the operation to capture the town. Pakistan's military spokesman General Athar Abbas said Kotkai had been an important base for militants.
The place was a stronghold for terrorists, where the majority of houses had been converted into strong bunkers. The town also has a training camp of Qari Hussein who is known as the mentor of suicide bombers. Security forces are in the process of clearing of the build-up area from IEDs, mines and booby traps.”

A meeting of about six hundred Church of England priests in London has ended with several signals that they are ready to accept an offer from the Pope to join the Roman Catholic Church. The priests are members of the Forward in Faith group which is unhappy with the Church of England position on issues such as women bishops and homosexual clergy. However, our BBC correspondent says says other Anglicans are desperate to preserve the Church of England its historical role in uniting even Jellico protestants with those who are more sympathetic to Catholicism.

Pope Benedict has appointed a Ghanaian Cardinal Peter Turkson to one of the influential posts in the Vatican. Analysts say the appointment to justice and peace office strengthened Cardinal Turkson’s position as a future papal candidate.

That’s the latest world news from the BBC.
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BBC News with Zoe Diamond.

President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the United States a national emergency. The move comes amid rising concern about the spread of the H1N1 virus. Medical officials warned earlier this month of a possible shortage of the swine flu vaccine. James Hodges has compiled this report.

The White House says President Obama’s proclamation of a national emergency will give medical officials more freedom to tackle the virus, allowing them to bypass certain federal requirements when deciding what action to take. Swine flu is now widespread in almost all of the American states, and it's passed epidemic levels in most of them. Health officials say children are being hit hard by the disease. They account for almost 100 of 1,000 people killed in America so far.
  
Two passenger trains have collided in Egypt. Witnesses say at least 15 people have been killed and more than 20 others have been injured. From Cairo, Yolande Knell sent this report.

It’s understood that one train crashed into another which was stationary on the tracks, close to Al-Ayyat in Giza Governorate to the south of Cairo. Several carriages were badly damaged. Rescue workers are now at the scene trying to remove bodies and the injured from the wreckage. There have been several serious crashes on Egyptian railway lines in recent years. Last year, 44 people were killed in northern Egypt, and back in 2002, at least 360 people were killed in a fire on a crowded passenger train close to the location of the latest crash.

A Saudi Arabian court has sentenced the female journalist to 60 lashes for her part in producing a television program, in which a Saudi man broke a major taboo in the deeply conservative country by describing his extra-marital sex life. The program caused a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago in LBC, a Lebanese satellite channel. Serbastin Asher reports.

The original program was part of a series called Red Lines. It examined taboos in the Arab world. Unmarried sex in Saudi Arabia amongst Saudis is one of the biggest. The Saudi man in the show Mazen Abdul Jawad provoked outrage by describing his techniques for meeting and having sex with Saudi women. He later tearfully apologized but was jailed for five years and sentenced to 1,000 lashes. Mr. Abdul Jawad blamed LBC producers for tricking him. The station's offices in Saudi Arabia were closed down and two of its producers - both female - put on trial.

Officials in Washington say a North Korea diplomat has made a rare visit to the US and has had talks with an American negotiator. A spokesman for the State Department said the diplomat Ri Gun met the American special envoy for North Korean nuclear disarmament, Sung Kim, in New York. Pyongyang walked out of / multiple-lateral talks about its nuclear program six months ago after sanctions were imposed on it for testing nuclear weapons. It said it would only return to negotiations after direct talks with the US.

This is the World News from the BBC.

An American spokesman says President Obama has secured the full support of his French and Russian counterparts over policy towards Iran’s nuclear program. The spokesman says the president phoned both Nicolas Sarkozy and Dmitry Medvedev today, and both leaders backed a proposal deal on Iran endorsed by the UN’s nuclear agency, the IAEA. Tehran says it will respond to the plan this week.

The Pakistani army said that it has captured Kotkai, the hometown of the Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud a week after launching a large scale offensive against the militants’ strongholds in the South Waziristan tribal region. Local officials said three soldiers and four militants were killed in the operation to capture the town. Pakistan’s military spokesman General Athar Abbas said Kotkai had been an important base for militants.

“The place was a stronghold of terrorists where a majority of houses / / converted into strong bunkers. The town also has a training camp of Qari Hussein who is known as the mentor of suicide bombers. Security forces are in the process of clearing / the build-up area from IEDs, mines and booby traps.”

A meeting of about 600 Church of England priests in London has ended with several signalling that they are ready to accept an offer from the Pope to join the Roman Catholic Church. The priests are members of the Forward in Faith group which is unhappy with the Church of England's position on issues such as women bishops and homosexual clergy. However, a BBC correspondent says other Anglicans are desperate to preserve the Church of England's historical role in uniting even Jellico protestants with those / / more sympathetic to Catholicism.

Pope Benedict has appointed a Ghanaian Cardinal Peter Turkson to one of the most influential posts in the Vatican. Analysts say the appointment to the justice and peace office strengthens Cardinal Turkson’s position as a future papal candidate.

That’s the latest World News from the BBC.
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BBC News with Zoe Diamond.

President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the United States a national emergency. The move comes amid rising concern about the spread of the H1N1 virus. Medical officials warned earlier this month of a possible shortage of the swine flu vaccine. James Hodges has compiled this report.

The White House says President Obama’s proclamation of a national emergency will give medical officials more freedom to tackle the virus, allowing them to bypass certain federal requirements when deciding what action to take. Swine flu is now widespread in almost all of the American states, and it's passed epidemic levels in most of them. Health officials say children are being hit hard by the disease. They account for almost 100 of 1,000 people killed in America so far.

Two passenger trains have collided in Egypt. Witnesses say at least 15 people have been killed and more than 20 others have been injured. From Cairo, Yolande Knell sent this report.

It’s understood that one train crashed into another which was stationary on the tracks, close to Al-Ayyat in Giza Governorate to the south of Cairo. Several carriages were badly damaged. Rescue workers are now at the scene trying to remove bodies and the injured from the wreckage. There have been several serious crashes on Egyptian railway lines in recent years. Last year, 44 people were killed in northern Egypt, and back in 2002, at least 360 people were killed in a fire on a crowded passenger train close to the location of the latest crash.

A Saudi Arabian court has sentenced the female journalist to 60 lashes for her part in producing a television program, in which a Saudi man broke a major taboo in the deeply conservative country by describing his extra-marital sex life. The program caused a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago in LBC, a Lebanese satellite channel. Serbastin Asher reports.

The original program was part of a series called Red Lines. It examined taboos in the Arab world. Unmarried sex in Saudi Arabia amongst Saudis is one of the biggest. The Saudi man in the show Mazen Abdul Jawad provoked outrage by describing his techniques for meeting and having sex with Saudi women. He later tearfully apologized but was jailed for five years and sentenced to 1,000 lashes. Mr. Abdul Jawad blamed LBC producers for tricking him. The station's offices in Saudi Arabia were closed down and two of its producers - both female - put on trial.

Officials in Washington say a North Korean diplomat has made a rare visit to the US and has had talks with an American negotiator. A spokesman for the State Department said the diplomat Ri Gun met the American special envoy for North Korean nuclear disarmament, Sung Kim, in New York. Pyongyang walked out of / multiple-lateral talks about its nuclear program six months ago after sanctions were imposed on it for testing nuclear weapons. It said it would only return to negotiations after direct talks with the US.

This is the World News from the BBC.

An American spokesman says President Obama has secured the full support of his French and Russian counterparts over policy towards Iran’s nuclear program. The spokesman says the president phoned both Nicolas Sarkozy and Dmitry Medvedev today, and both leaders backed a proposal deal on Iran endorsed by the UN’s nuclear agency, the IAEA. Tehran says it will respond to the plan this week.

The Pakistani army said that it has captured Kotkai, the hometown of the Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud a week after launching a large scale offensive against the militants’ strongholds in the South Waziristan tribal region. Local officials said three soldiers and four militants were killed in the operation to capture the town. Pakistan’s military spokesman General Athar Abbas said Kotkai had been an important base for militants.

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The place was a stronghold of terrorists where a majority of houses converted into strong bunkers. The town also has a training camp of Qari Hussein who is known as the mentor of suicide bombers. Security forces are in the process of clearing the build-up areas from IEDs, mines and booby traps."

A meeting of about 600 Church of England priests in London has ended with several signalling that they are ready to accept an offer from the Pope to join the Roman Catholic Church. The priests are members of the Forward in Faith group which is unhappy with the Church of England's position on issues such as women bishops and homosexual clergy. However, a BBC correspondent says other Anglicans are desperate to preserve the Church of England's historical role in uniting even Jellico protestants with those more sympathetic to Catholicism.

Pope Benedict has appointed a Ghanaian Cardinal Peter Turkson to one of the most influential posts in the Vatican. Analysts say the appointment to the justice and peace office strengthens Cardinal Turkson’s position as a future papal candidate.

That’s the latest World News from the BBC.
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BBC News with Zoe Diamond.

President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the United States a national emergency. The move comes amid rising concern about the spread of the H1N1 virus. Medical officials warned earlier this month of a possible shortage of the swine flu vaccine. James Hodges has compiled this report.

The White House says President Obama’s proclamation of a national emergency will give medical officials more freedom to tackle the virus, allowing them to bypass certain federal requirements when deciding what action to take. Swine flu is now widespread in almost all of the American states, and it's passed epidemic levels in most of them. Health officials say children are being hit hard by the disease. They account for almost 100 of 1,000 people killed in America so far.

Two passenger trains have collided in Egypt. Witnesses say at least 15 people have been killed and more than 20 others have been injured. From Cairo, Yolande Knell sent this report.

It’s understood that one train crashed into another which was stationary on the tracks, close to Al-Ayyat in Giza Governorate to the south of Cairo. Several carriages were badly damaged. Rescue workers are now at the scene trying to remove bodies and the injured from the wreckage. There have been several serious crashes on Egyptian railway lines in recent years. Last year, 44 people were killed in northern Egypt, and back in 2002, at least 360 people were killed in a fire on a crowded passenger train close to the location of the latest crash.

A Saudi Arabian court has sentenced the female journalist to 60 lashes for her part in producing a television program, in which a Saudi man broke a major taboo in the deeply conservative country by describing his extra-marital sex life. The program caused a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago in LBC, a Lebanese satellite channel. Serbastin Asher reports.

The original program was part of a series called Red Lines. It examined taboos in the Arab world. Unmarried sex in Saudi Arabia amongst Saudis is one of the biggest. The Saudi man in the show Mazen Abdul Jawad provoked outrage by describing his techniques for meeting and having sex with Saudi women. He later tearfully apologized but was jailed for five years and sentenced to 1,000 lashes. Mr. Abdul Jawad blamed LBC producers for tricking him. The station's offices in Saudi Arabia were closed down and two of its producers - both female - put on trial.

Officials in Washington say a North Korean diplomat has made a rare visit to the US and has had talks with an American negotiator. A spokesman for the State Department said the diplomat Ri Gun met the American special envoy for North Korean nuclear disarmament, Sung Kim, in New York. Pyongyang walked out of / multilateral talks survey  its nuclear program six months ago after sanctions were imposed on it for testing nuclear weapons. It said it would only return to negotiations after direct talks with the US.

This is the World News from the BBC.

An American spokesman says President Obama has secured the full support of his French and Russian counterparts over policy towards Iran’s nuclear program. The spokesman says the president phoned both Nicolas Sarkozy and Dmitry Medvedev today, and both leaders backed a proposal deal on Iran endorsed by the UN’s nuclear agency, the IAEA. Tehran says it will respond to the plan this week.

The Pakistani army said that it has captured Kotkai, the hometown of the Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud a week after launching a large scale offensive against the militants’ strongholds in the South Waziristan tribal region. Local officials said three soldiers and four militants were killed in the operation to capture the town. Pakistan’s military spokesman General Athar Abbas said Kotkai had been an important base for militants.

"The place was a stronghold of terrorists where a majority of houses converted into strong bunkers. The town also has a training camp of Qari Hussein who is known as the mentor of suicide bombers. Security forces are in the process of clearing the build-up areas from IEDs, mines and booby traps."

A meeting of about 600 Church of England priests in London has ended with several signalling that they are ready to accept an offer from the Pope to join the Roman Catholic Church. The priests are members of the Forward in Faith group which is unhappy with the Church of England's position on issues such as women bishops and homosexual clergy. However, a BBC correspondent says other Anglicans are desperate to preserve the Church of England's historical role in uniting even Jellico puritans with those more sympathetic to Catholicism.

Pope Benedict has appointed a Ghanaian Cardinal Peter Turkson to one of the most influential posts in the Vatican. Analysts say the appointment to the justice and peace office strengthens Cardinal Turkson’s position as a future papal candidate.

That’s the latest World News from the BBC.
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Officials in Washington say a North Korean diplomat has made a rare visit to the US and has had talks with an American negotiator. A spokesman for the State Department said the diplomat Ri Gun met the American special envoy for North Korean nuclear disarmament, Sung Kim, in New York. Pyongyang walked out of / multilateral talks about its nuclear program six months ago after sanctions were imposed on it for testing nuclear weapons. It said it would only return to negotiations after direct talks with the US.

A meeting of about 600 Church of England priests in London has ended with several signalling that they are ready to accept an offer from the Pope to join the Roman Catholic Church. The priests are members of the Forward in Faith group which is unhappy with the Church of England's position on issues such as women bishops and homosexual clergy. However, a BBC correspondent says other Anglicans are desperate to preserve the Church of England's historical role in uniting even Jellico protestants with those more sympathetic to Catholicism.
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BBC news with Zoe Diamond,
President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the United States a national emergency. The move comes an advising concern by a spreaded the H1N1 virus. Medical officials warned early this month of a possible shortage of swine flu vaccine. / has compile this report,
The white house says President Obama's proclaimation of a national emergency would give medical officials more freedom to tackle the virus, allowing them to bypass certain federal requirements when deciding what action to take. Swine flu is now widespread in almost all of the American states and passes epidemic levels in most of them. Health official say children have been hit hard by the disease. They account for almost a hundred of one thousand people killed in America so far.
Two passenger trains have collided in Egypt. Witnesses say at least 15 people have been killed and more than 20 others have been injured. From Kairo, / send this report,
It's understood that one train crashed into another which was stationary on the tracks, close to / to in Giza governorate to the south of Kairo. Several carriages were badly damaged. Rescue workers are now at the scene, trying to remove bodies and the injured from the wreckage. There have been several serious crashes on Egyptian railway lines in recent years. Last year, 44 people were killed in northern Egypt and back in 2002, at least 360 people were killed in a fire on a crowded passenger train close to location of the latest crash.
A Saudi Arabian court has sentenced the female journalist to 60 lashes for her part in producing a television program in which a Saudi man broke a major taboo in a deeply conservative country by describing his actual marital sex life. The program caused a huge scandal when it was shown several months ago on LBC a lebanon satellite channel. / reports,
The original program was part of a series called Red Lines. It exams taboos in Arab world, unmarried sex in Saudi Arabic amongst Saudi is one of the biggest. The Saudi man in the show / provoked outrage by describing his techniques for meeting and having sex with Saudi women. He late tearfully apologized, but was jailed for 5 years and sentenced to 1000 lashes. Mr / blamed LBC producers for tricking him. The station's offices in Saudi Arabia were closed down and 2 of the producers, both female, were put on trial.
Officials in Washington say North Korean diplomat has made a rare visit to the US and has talks with American negotiator. A spokesman for the state department said the diplomat / met the American special envoy for North Korea nuclear disarmament / in New York. Pyongyang walked out of the multi-lateral talks about its nuclear program 6 month ago after sanctions were imposed on it for testing nuclear weapons. It's said it would only return to negotiation after direct talks with the US.
This is the world news from the BBC.
An American spokesman says President Obama has secured the full support of his French and Russian counterparts over policy towards Iran's nuclear program. The spokesman says the president phones both Nicolas Sarcozy and / today and both leaders back the proposal deal on Iran endorsed by the UN's nuclear agency, the IAEA. Iran says it will repond to the plan this week.
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