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BBC News with David Austin.

The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been holding a day of separate talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders, but there's been no sign of any progress on resuming Middle East peace negotiations. Both sides refused to give any ground on the contentious issue of Israeli settlement building in the occupied territories. Our State Department correspondent Kim Ghattas is traveling with Mrs. Clinton.

A flying visit for Hillary Clinton to the Middle East but an essential one. She held talks first with the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Abu Dhabi, and then came to Jerusalem to meet Israeli officials here. Her visit comes after several weeks of political turmoil. Mrs. Clinton was probably not looking for a breakthrough, but she did want to make sure that the process keeps moving forward even at a snail's pace instead of sliding backwards. But there is no sign for now that either the Palestinians or the Israelis are ready to compromise on their positions.

President Hamid Karzai's challenger in the Afghan presidential elections Doctor Abdullah Abdullah is expected to announce on Sunday whether he will take part in a run-off vote. There's been persistent speculation that Doctor Abdullah is planning to pull out of the contest next weekend because of a row over electoral fraud. President Karzai has rejected Doctor Abdullah's demand that a number of election officials who presided over the first round be dismissed following widespread allegations of corruption.

Three of the politicians who played key roles in the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989 and the transformation of Europe two decades ago have met at a ceremony in Berlin to mark the occasion. The former American President George Bush Senior, now 85, praised his former Soviet counterpart Mikhail Gorbachev for what he called his steadfastness in the face of immense challenges.

"Today we have a fuller appreciation of tremendous pressure Mikhail faced during that pivotal time. And through it all he stood firm which is why he'll also stand tall when the history of our time in office is finally written."

The Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has addressed his ruling National Democratic Party as speculation grows that his son Gamal is being groomed to succeed him, but the president gave no hint about any plans he may have for the succession. Yolande Knell reports from Cairo.

"Just for you" is the slogan of this year's NDP conference. And President Mubarak laid out his party's plans for much needed improvements to health care, education and transportation, hoping to please ordinary Egyptians. His party is sensitive to opposition claims it is elitist and that the success of its recent economic reforms have failed to help the poor. Still though this hour-long speech contained no clue to the answer of the biggest question dominating the Egyptian political scene, who will succeed Mr. Mubarak in office.

Yolande Knell reporting.

World News from the BBC.

The diplomat who will lead a United Nations inquiry into last month's violence in Guinea says he hopes to turn over a new page in the country's history. In a BBC interview Mohamed Bedjaoui, an Algerian former judge of the International Court of Justice, said he hoped to shed light on a shooting of protesters in the capital Conakry and ensured that those responsible were brought to justice. Human rights groups say that more than 150 people were killed when troops fired on the anti-government demonstration. Guinea's military government says only 57 people died.

Scientists in Britain say one of the oldest known examples of a spider web has been discovered in amber deposits found on the southern coast of England. Writing in the Journal of the Geological Society, the researchers say the amber dates back 140 million years. Jason Caffrey reports.

The amber containing the ancient spider's web was unearthed near Britain's southcoast by 2 enthusiasts hunting for dinosaur fossils. Scientists from Oxford University say it's the earliest known example of a spider's silk web. The spider that spun the preserved threads which are just 1 millimeter long was closely related to the modern garden spider. Researchers say it left small sticky droplets along the thread to catch prey, but it was the droplets themselves which became trapped inside amber resin which oozed out of a prehistoric tree along with insect droppings and microbes which date from the age of dinosaurs.

Dozens of police officers are being deployed in the American city of Boulder, Colorado, to stop an unusual Halloween party. The annual event, which is known as the Naked Pumpkin Run, involves people stripping off, putting a hollowed pumpkin over their heads and running naked through the city centre. Last time some 150 people turned out. However this year the police have vowed to arrest them for indecent exposure. Civil rights groups say many of those arrested could end up on the register of sexual predators, normally reserved for convicted child molesters and rapists.

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The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has holding a day of seperate talk with the Israeli and Palastian leaders.But there has been no sign of any progress on resuming Middle East peace negotiations.Both sides refused to give any ground on contensions issue of Israeli settlement building on the occupy territories.Our state department correspondent Kim Ghattas is travling with Mrs Clinton.A flying visit for Mr Cliton to the Middle East,but an essential one.She hold talk first with the Palestian President Mahmoud Abbas in Abu Dhabi then came to the Jerusalem to meet Israeli officials here.Her visit comes after several weeks of political turmoil.Mrs Clition was probably not looking for a breakthrough,but she did want to make sure that the process keeps moving forward even after a snail phase instead a fighting backwards.But there is no sign for now that neither the Palastian nor the Israel are really compromise on their position.

President Hamid Karzai's chanllenger in the Afgan presidential elections Doctor Abudullah Abudullah is expected to annouce on sunday whether he'll take part in the run-off vote.There has been a persistence speculation that Doctor Abudullah is planning to pull out the contest next weekend because of / aggrelaterl  fraud.President Karzai has rejected Abudulla's demand that a number of election officials who / in the first be dismissed following widespread of allegations of corruption.

Three of politicians who played a key role in the fall of Berlin Wall and transfermation of Europe two decades ago have met at the ceremony in Berlin to mark the occasion.The former American President George Bush Senior,now 85 praised his former Soviet Union conterpart Mikhail Gorbachev for what he called a steadfastness in the phase of immense chanllenge.Today,we have a / appreciation,a tremendous pressure make our face and during that difficult time.And through all he stood firm,wihch is why he will aslo stand tall when the history of our time in office is finally written.

The Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has addressed his ruling National Demoncratic Party.A speculation grows that his son, Gamal, is being groomed to succeed him.But the president gave no hints about any plans may have for the succession.Yolande Knell reports from Cairo.Just for you is the slogan of this year's NDP conference and President Mubarak laid out his party's plans for much needed improvments to healthcare,education and transportation,hoping to please ordinary Egyptians.His party is sensitive to opposition claims its elitist and the success of its recent economic reforms have failed to help the poor.Still though this hour long speech contained no clue to the answer of the biggest question dominating the Egypt political scene-who will succed Mr Mubarak in office? Yolande Knell reporting.

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BBC News with David Austin

The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been holding a day of separate talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders, but there's been no sign of any progress on resuming Middle East peace negotiations. Both sides refused to give any ground on a contentious issue over Israeli settlement building in the occupied territories. Our state department correspondent Kim Ghattas is travelling with Mrs Clinton.
A flying visit for Hillary Clinton to the Middle East but an essential one. She held talks first with the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Abu Dhabi, and then came to Jerusalem to meet Israeli officials here. Her visit comes after several weeks of political turmoil. Mrs Clinton was probably not looking for a breakthrough, but she did want to make sure that the progress keeps moving forward even at a snail's pace instead of sliding backwards. But there is no sign for now that either the Palestinians or the Israelis are ready to compromise on their position.

President Hamid Karzai's challenger in the Afghan presidential elections Doctor Abdullah Abdullah is expected to announce on Sunday whether he will take part in a run-off vote. There's been persistent speculation that Doctor Abdullah is planning to pull out of the contest next weekend because of a row over electoral fraud. President Karzai has rejected Doctor Abdullah's demand that a number of election officials who presided over the first round be dismissed following widespread allegations of corruption.

Three of the politicians who played key roles in the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989 and the transformation of Europe 2 decades ago have met at a ceremony in Berlin to mark the occasion. The former American President George Bush Senior, now 85, praised his former Soviet counterpart Mikhail Gorbachev for what he called his steadfastness in the face of immense challenges.
"Today we have a fuller appreciation of the tremendous pressure Mikhail faced in that pivotal time. And through it all he stood firm which is why he'll also stand tall when the history of our time in office is finally written."

The Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has addressed his ruling National Democratic Party as speculation grows that his son Gamal is being groomed to succeed him, but the president gave no hint about any plans he may have for the succession. Yolande Knell reports from Cairo.
"Just for you" is the slogan of this year's NDP conference. And President Mubarak laid out his party's plans for much needed improvements to health care, education and transportation, hoping to please ordinary Egyptians. His party is sensitive to opposition claims it is elitist and that the success of its recent economic reforms have failed to help the poor. Still though this hour-long speech contained no clue to the answer of the biggest question dominating the Egyptian political scene, who will succeed Mr Mubarak in office.
Yolande Knell reporting

World News from the BBC

The diplomat who will lead a United Nations inquiry into last month's violence in Guinea says he hopes to turn over a new page in the country's history. In a BBC interview Mohamed Bedjaoui, an Algerian former judge of the International Court of Justice, said he hoped to shed light on a shooting of protesters in the capital Conakry and ensured that those responsible were brought to justice. Human rights groups say that more than 150 people were killed when troops fired on the anti-government demonstration. Guinea's military government says only 57 people died.

Scientist in Britain say one of the oldest known examples of a spider web has been discovered in amber deposits found on the southern coast of England. Writing in the Journal of the Geological Society, the researchers say the amber dates back 140 million years. Jason Caffrey reports.
The amber containing the ancient spider's web was unearthed near Britain's south coast by 2 enthusiasts hunting for dinosaur fossils. Scientist from Oxford University say it's the earliest known example of a spider's silk web. The spider that spun the preserve threads which is just 1 millimetre long was closely related to the modern garden spider. Researchers say it left small sticky droplets along a thread to catch pray, but it was the droplets themselves which became trapped inside amber resin which / of a prehistoric tree along with insect droppings and microbes which date from the age of dinosaurs.

Dozens of police officers are being deployed in the American city of Boulder, Colorado, to stop an unusual Halloween party. The annual event, which is known as the Naked Pumpkin Run, involves people stripping off, putting a hollowed pumpkin over their heads and running naked through the city centre. Last time some 150 people turned out. However this year the police have / to arrest them for indecent exposure. Civil rights groups say many of those arrested could end up on the register of sexual predators, normally reserved for convicted child molesters and rapists.

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BBC News with David Austin

The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been holding a day of separate talks with Israeli and Palestine leaders, but there’s been no sign of any progress on resuming Middle East peace negotiations. Both sides refused to give any grounds on the contentious issue of Israeli settlement building in the occupied territories. Our State Department correspondent Kim Ghattas is traveling with Mrs. Clinton.

A flying visit for Hillary Clinton to the Middle East but an essential one. She held talks first with Palestine president Mahmoud Abbas in Abu Dhabi, and then came to Jerusalem to meet Israeli official here. Her visit comes after several weeks of political turmoil. Mrs. Clinton was probably not looking for a breakthrough, but she did want to make sure the process keeps moving forward even at snail’s pace instead of flagging backwards. But there is no sign for now either the Palestinians or the Israelis are ready to compromise on their position.

President Hamid Karzai’s challenger in the Afghan presidential elections, Dr Abdullah Abdullah is expected to announce on Sunday whether he will take part in the run-off vote. There has been persistence speculation that Dr. Abdullah is planning to pull out of the contest next weekend, because of the roar of reelectial fraud. President Karzai has rejected Dr./ demand that the number of election officials who presided the first round be dismissed following widespread allegations of corruption.

Three of the politicians who played key roles in fall of Berlin wall in November 1989 had transformation of Europe two decades ago have met in the ceremony in Berlin to mark the occasion. The former American president George Bush Sr. now 85 praised his former Soviet counterpart Mikhail Gorbachev for what he called he stand fastness in the face of immense challenges.

“Today we have fully appreciation of tremendous pressure Mikhail face during that typical time and through that all he stood firm which is **he also stand tall when the history of our time in office is finally written.”

The Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak has addressed his ruling National Democratic Party as speculation grows that his son Gamal has been groomed to succeed him. But president give no him to about any plans he may have for the succession. Yolanda Knell reports from Cairo.

“Just for you” is the slogan of this year’s NDP conference and President Mubarak laid out his party’s plans for much needed improvement to health care, education and transportation, hoping to please ordinary Egyptians. His party is sensitive to opposition claims that it is **and the success of its recent economic reforms have fall to help the poor. Still though this hour-long speech contains no clues the answer of biggest question dominating the Egyptian political scene, who will succeed Mr. Mubarak in office. Yolanda Knell reporting

World News from the BBC

The diplomats who lead United Nations inquiry into last month’s violation in Guinea says he hopes to turn over a new page in country’s history. In a BBC interview, Mohammed Bedjaoui, a Nigeria former judge in the International Court of Justice, said he hope to shade light on the shooting of protestors in the capital Conakry and insure that those responsible will brought to justice. Human rights group says more than 150 people were killed when troops fired on the anti-government demonstration. Guinea’s military government says only 57 people died.

Scientists in Britain say one of the oldest known examples of spider webs have been discovered in amber deposits found on the Southern Coast of England. Writing on the Journal of Geological Society, the researchers say the amber dates back to 140 million years. Jason // reports

The amber containing the ancient spider web was on earth near Britain’s south coast by 2 enthusiasts hunting for dinosaurs fossils. Scientists from Oxford University say it is the earliest known example of spider silk web. The spider that /the preserve/, which is just one millimeter long was closely related to modern garden spider. Researchers say like small sticky droplet along with thread to catch prey, but it was the droplets themselves which became trapped inside amber resin which /out to the prehistoric tree along with insect droppings and microbes which date from the age of dinosaurs.

Dozens of police officers have been deployed in American city of Boulder, Colorado to stop an unusual Halloween party. The annually event which is known as naked pumpkins run involves people, stripping off, putting a hollow pumpkin over their heads and running naked through the city center. Last time some 150 people turned out, however this year the police far to arrest them for indecent exposure. Civil rights groups say many of those arrested could end upon the register of sexual predators, normally reserved for child molesters and rapists.  

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BBC News with David Austin.

The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been holding a day of separate talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders, but there's been no sign of any progress on resuming Middle East peace negotiations. Both sides refused to give any ground on the contentious issue over Israeli settlement building in the occupied territories. Our State Department correspondent Kim Ghattas is traveling with Mrs. Clinton.


A flying visit for Hillary Clinton to the Middle East but an essential one. She held talks first with the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Abu Dhabi, and then came to Jerusalem to meet Israeli officials here. Her visit comes after several weeks of political turmoil. Mrs. Clinton was probably not looking for a breakthrough, but she did want to make sure that the progress keeps moving forward even at a snail's pace instead of sliding backwards. But there is no sign for now that either the Palestinians or the Israelis are ready to compromise on their position.

President Hamid Karzai's challenger in the Afghan presidential elections Doctor Abdullah Abdullah is expected to announce on Sunday whether he will take part in a run-off vote. There's been persistent speculation that Doctor Abdullah is planning to pull out of the contest next weekend because of a row over electoral fraud. President Karzai has rejected Doctor Abdullah's demand that a number of election officials who presided over the first round be dismissed following widespread allegations of corruption.

Three of the politicians who played key roles in the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989 and the transformation of Europe 2 decades ago have met at a ceremony in Berlin to mark the occasion. The former American President George Bush Senior, now 85, praised his former Soviet counterpart Mikhail Gorbachev for what he called his steadfastness in the face of immense challenges.


"Today we have a fuller appreciation of the tremendous pressure Mikhail faced during that pivotal time. And through it all he stood firm which is why he'll also stand tall when the history of our time in office is finally written."

The Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has addressed his ruling National Democratic Party as speculation grows that his son Gamal is being groomed to succeed him, but the president gave no hint about any plans he may have for the succession. Yolande Knell reports from Cairo.


"Just for you" is the slogan of this year's NDP conference. And President Mubarak laid out his party's plans for much needed improvements to health care, education and transportation, hoping to please ordinary Egyptians. His party is sensitive to opposition claims it is elitist and that the success of its recent economic reforms have failed to help the poor. Still though this hour-long speech contained no clue to the answer of the biggest question dominating the Egyptian political scene, who will succeed Mr. Mubarak in office.


Yolande Knell reporting.

World News from the BBC.

The diplomat who will lead a United Nations inquiry into last month's violence in Guinea says he hopes to turn over a new page in the country's history. In a BBC interview Mohamed Bedjaoui, an Algerian former judge with the International Court of Justice, said he hoped to shed light on a shooting of protesters in the capital Conakry and ensured that those responsible were brought to justice. Human rights groups say that more than 150 people were killed when troops fired on the anti-government demonstration. Guinea's military government says only 57 people died.

Scientist in Britain say one of the oldest known examples of a spider web has been discovered in amber deposits found on the southern coast of England. Writing in the Journal of the Geological Society, the researchers say the amber dates back 140 million years. Jason Caffrey reports.


The amber containing the ancient spider's web was unearthed near Britain's southcoast by 2 enthusiasts hunting for dinosaur fossils. Scientists from Oxford University say it's the earliest known example of a spider's silk web. The spider that spun the preserve threads which are just 1 millimeter long was closely related to the modern garden spider. Researchers say it left small sticky droplets along a thread to catch pray, but it was the droplets themselves which became trapped inside amber resin which oozed out of a prehistoric tree along with insect droppings and microbes which date from the age of dinosaurs.

Dozens of police officers are being deployed in the American city of Boulder, Colorado, to stop an unusual Halloween party. The annual event, which is known as the Naked Pumpkin Run, involves people stripping off, putting a hollowed pumpkin over their heads and running naked through the city centre. Last time some 150 people turned out. However this year the police have vowed to arrest them for indecent exposure. Civil rights groups say many of those arrested could end up on the register of sexual predators, normally reserved for convicted child molesters and rapists.

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BBC News with David Austin.

The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been holding a day of separate talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders, but there's been no sign of any progress on resuming Middle East peace negotiations. Both sides refused to give any ground on the contentious issue over Israeli settlement building in the occupied territories. Our State Department correspondent Kim Ghattas is traveling with Mrs. Clinton.

A flying visit for Hillary Clinton to the Middle East but an essential one. She held talks first with the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Abu Dhabi, and then came to Jerusalem to meet Israeli officials here. Her visit comes after several weeks of political turmoil. Mrs. Clinton was probably not looking for a breakthrough, but she did want to make sure that the progress keeps moving forward even at a snail's pace instead of sliding backwards. But there is no sign for now that either the Palestinians or the Israelis are ready to compromise on their position.

President Hamid Karzai's challenger in the Afghan presidential elections Doctor Abdullah Abdullah is expected to announce on Sunday whether he will take part in a run-off vote. There's been persistent speculation that Doctor Abdullah is planning to pull out of the contest next weekend because of a row over electoral fraud. President Karzai has rejected Doctor Abdullah's demand that a number of election officials who presided over the first round be dismissed following widespread allegations of corruption.

Three of the politicians who played key roles in the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989 and the transformation of Europe 2 decades ago have met at a ceremony in Berlin to mark the occasion. The former American President George Bush Senior, now 85, praised his former Soviet counterpart Mikhail Gorbachev for what he called his steadfastness in the face of immense challenges.

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Today we have a fuller appreciation of tremendous pressure Mikhail faced enduring that pivotal time. And through it all he stood firm which is why he'll also stand tall when the history of our time in office is finally written."

The Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has addressed his ruling National Democratic Party as speculation grows that his son Gamal is being groomed to succeed him, but the president gave no hint about any plans he may have for the succession. Yolande Knell reports from Cairo.

"
Just for you" is the slogan of this year's NDP conference. And President Mubarak laid out his party's plans for much needed improvements to health care, education and transportation, hoping to please ordinary Egyptians. His party is sensitive to opposition claims it is elitist and / the success of its recent economic reforms have failed to help the poor. Still though this hour-long speech contained no clue to the answer of the biggest question dominating the Egyptian political scene, who will succeed Mr. Mubarak in office.

Yolande Knell reporting.

World News from the BBC.

The diplomat who will lead a United Nations inquiry into last month's violence in Guinea says he hopes to turn over a new page in the country's history. In a BBC interview Mohamed Bedjaoui, an Algerian former judge with the International Court of Justice, said he hoped to shed light on a shooting of protesters in the capital Conakry and ensured that those responsible were brought to justice. Human rights groups say that more than 150 people were killed when troops fired on the anti-government demonstration. Guinea's military government says only 57 people died.

Scientist in Britain say one of the oldest known examples of a spider web has been discovered in amber deposits found on the southern coast of England. Writing in the Journal of the Geological Society, the researchers say the amber dates back 140 million years. Jason Caffrey reports.

The amber containing the ancient spider's web was unearthed near Britain's southcoast by 2 enthusiasts hunting for dinosaur fossils. Scientists from Oxford University say it's the earliest known example of a spider's silk web. The spider that spun the preserve threads which are just 1 millimeter long was closely related to the modern garden spider. Researchers say it left small sticky droplets along a thread to catch pray, but it was the droplets themselves which became trapped inside amber resin which oozed out of a prehistoric tree along with insect droppings and microbes which date from the age of dinosaurs.

Dozens of police officers are being deployed in the American city of Boulder, Colorado, to stop an unusual Halloween party. The annual event, which is known as the Naked Pumpkin Run, involves people stripping off, putting a hollowed pumpkin over their heads and running naked through the city centre. Last time some 150 people turned out. However this year the police have vowed to arrest them for indecent exposure. Civil rights groups say many of those arrested could end up on the register of sexual predators, normally reserved for convicted child molesters and rapists.

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The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been holding a day of secret talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders. But there has been no signs about the progress on resuming middle east peace negotiations. Both sides refuse to give any ground on the containtions issues Israeli settlement building in the occupied territories.Our state correspondent Kim Cart is traveling with Mrs. Clinton.

A flying visit for Hillary Clinton to the middle east about the central one. She held talk first to the Palestinian President Mahamud Abbas in Abu Dhabi and then came to Jerusalem to meet Israeli officials here.Her visit comes after several weeks of political turnmoil.Mrs. Clinton was probably not looking for a breakthrough but she did want to make sure that the process keeps moving forward even * instead of setting backwards.But there is no sign for now that either Palestinians or the Israelis are ready to compromise on their position.

Presdient Karzai's challenger in the Afghan Presidential Elections doctor Abudullah Abudullah is expected to announce on Sunday whether he will take part in the run-off vote. There has been persistence speculation that doctor Abudullah is planning to pull out of the contest next weekend because of the roar of re-electial fraud.President Karzai has rejected doctor Abudullah's demand for the number of election officials who presided the first round be dismissed following widespread allegations of corruption.

Three of the politicians who played key roles in the fall of the Berlin wall in November 1989 on the transformation of Europe two decades ago have met a ceremony in Berlin to mark the occasion.The former American President George Bush senior now 85 praised his former Soviet counterpart Mikal Golbachav for what he called he stand fastness in the face of immense challenges.

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The Egyptian President Mubarac has addressed his ruling National Democratic Party * speculation grows his son G has been groomed to succeed him.But the President gave no hint about any plans he made how for the succession. Y reports from Cairo.

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World news from the BBC.

The diplomatic will lead United Nations inquiry into last month violence in Guinea says he hopes to turn over a new page of the country's history. In a BBC interview Mahamad a now * former judge of the international court of justice said he hope to * the shooting of the protestors in the capital Conakry and * those of responsible will brought to justice. Human right group say more than 150 people were killed when the troops fired on the anti-government demonstration.Guinea's military government says only 57 people died.

Scientists in Britain say one of the oldest known examples of spider * has been discovered in * deposits found in southern coast of England. Writing in the journal the geological society the researchers say the * dates back 140 million years.J reports.

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The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been holding a day of seperate talk with the Israeli and Palastian leaders.But there has been no sign of any progress on resuming Middle East peace negotiations.Both sides refused to give any ground on the contentious issue of Israeli settlement building on the occupied territories.Our state department correspondent Kim Ghattas is travling with Mrs Clinton.

A flying visit for Mr Cliton to the Middle East,but an essential one.She hold talk first with the Palestian President Mahmoud Abbas in Abu Dhabi then came to the Jerusalem to meet Israeli officials here.Her visit comes after several weeks of political turmoil.Mrs Clition was probably not looking for a breakthrough,but she did want to make sure that the process keeps moving forward even at a snail's pace
instead of a sliding backwards.But there is no sign for now that neither the Palastian nor the Israel are ready to compromise on their position.

President Hamid Karzai's challenger in the Afghan presidential elections Doctor Abdullah Abdullah is expected to announce on Sunday whether he will take part in a run-off vote. There's been persistent speculation that Doctor Abdullah is planning to pull out of the contest next weekend because of a row over electoral fraud. President Karzai has rejected Doctor Abdullah's demand that a number of election officials who presided over the first round be dismissed following widespread allegations of corruption.

Three of the politicians who played key roles in the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989 and the transformation of Europe 2 decades ago have met at a ceremony in Berlin to mark the occasion. The former American President George Bush Senior, now 85, praised his former Soviet counterpart Mikhail Gorbachev for what he called his steadfastness in the face of immense challenges.

"Today we have a full appreciation of tremendous pressure Mikhail faced during that pivotal time. And through it all he stood firm which is why he'll also stand tall when the history of our time in office is finally written."

The Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has addressed his ruling National Democratic Party as speculation grows that his son Gamal is being groomed to succeed him, but the president gave no hint about any plans he may have for the succession. Yolande Knell reports from Cairo.

"Just for you" is the slogan of this year's NDP conference. And President Mubarak laid out his party's plans for much needed improvements to health care, education and transportation, hoping to please ordinary Egyptians. His party is sensitive to opposition claims it is elitist and that the success of its recent economic reforms have failed to help the poor. Still though this hour-long speech contained no clue to the answer of the biggest question dominating the Egyptian political scene, who will succeed Mr. Mubarak in office.

Yolande Knell reporting.

World News from the BBC.

The diplomat who will lead a United Nations inquiry into last month's violence in Guinea says he hopes to turn over a new page in the country's history. In a BBC interview Mohamed Bedjaoui, an Algerian former judge with the International Court of Justice, said he hoped to shed light on a shooting of protesters in the capital Conakry and ensured that those responsible were brought to justice. Human rights groups say that more than 150 people were killed when troops fired on the anti-government demonstration. Guinea's military government says only 57 people died.

Scientist in Britain say one of the oldest known examples of a spider web has been discovered in amber deposits found on the southern coast of England. Writing in the Journal of the Geological Society, the researchers say the amber dates back 140 million years. Jason Caffrey reports.

The amber containing the ancient spider's web was unearthed near Britain's southcoast by 2 enthusiasts hunting for dinosaur fossils. Scientists from Oxford University say it's the earliest known example of a spider's silk web. The spider that spun the preserve threads which are just 1 millimeter long was closely related to the modern garden spider. Researchers say it left small sticky droplets along a thread to catch pray, but it was the droplets themselves which became trapped inside amber resin which oozed out of a prehistoric tree along with insect droppings and microbes which date from the age of dinosaurs.

Dozens of police officers are being deployed in the American city of Boulder, Colorado, to stop an unusual Halloween party. The annual event, which is known as the Naked Pumpkin Run, involves people stripping off, putting a hollowed pumpkin over their heads and running naked through the city centre. Last time some 150 people turned out. However this year the police have vowed to arrest them for indecent exposure. Civil rights groups say many of those arrested could end up on the register of sexual predators, normally reserved for convicted child molesters and rapists.
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BBC News with David Austin.

The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been holding a day of separate talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders, but there's been no sign of any progress on resuming Middle East peace negotiations. Both sides refused to give any ground on the contentious issue over Israeli settlement building in the occupied territories. Our State Department correspondent Kim Ghattas is traveling with Mrs. Clinton.

A flying visit for Hillary Clinton to the Middle East but an essential one. She held talks first with the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Abu Dhabi, and then came to Jerusalem to meet Israeli officials here. Her visit comes after several weeks of political turmoil. Mrs. Clinton was probably not looking for a breakthrough, but she did want to make sure that the progress keeps moving forward even at a snail's pace instead of sliding backwards. But there is no sign for now that either the Palestinians or the Israelis are ready to compromise on their position.

President Hamid Karzai's challenger in the Afghan presidential elections Doctor Abdullah Abdullah is expected to announce on Sunday whether he will take part in a run-off vote. There's been persistent speculation that Doctor Abdullah is planning to pull out of the contest next weekend because of a row over electoral fraud. President Karzai has rejected Doctor Abdullah's demand that a number of election officials who presided over the first round be dismissed following widespread allegations of corruption.

Three of the politicians who played key roles in the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989 and the transformation of Europe 2 decades ago have met at a ceremony in Berlin to mark the occasion. The former American President George Bush Senior, now 85, praised his former Soviet counterpart Mikhail Gorbachev for what he called his steadfastness in the face of immense challenges.

"Today we have a fuller appreciation of tremendous pressure Mikhail faced enduring that pivotal time. And through it all he stood firm which is why he'll also stand tall when the history of our time in office is finally written."

The Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has addressed his ruling National Democratic Party as speculation grows that his son Gamal is being groomed to succeed him, but the president gave no hint about any plans he may have for the succession. Yolande Knell reports from Cairo.

"Just for you" is the slogan of this year's NDP conference. And President Mubarak laid out his party's plans for much needed improvements to health care, education and transportation, hoping to please ordinary Egyptians. His party is sensitive to opposition claims it is elitist and / the success of its recent economic reforms have failed to help the poor. Still though this hour-long speech contained no clue to the answer of the biggest question dominating the Egyptian political scene, who will succeed Mr. Mubarak in office.

Yolande Knell reporting.

World News from the BBC.

The diplomat who will lead a United Nations inquiry into last month's violence in Guinea says he hopes to turn over a new page in the country's history. In a BBC interview Mohamed Bedjaoui, an Algerian former judge with the International Court of Justice, said he hoped to shed light on a shooting of protesters in the capital Conakry and ensured that those responsible were brought to justice. Human rights groups say that more than 150 people were killed when troops fired on the anti-government demonstration. Guinea's military government says only 57 people died.

Scientist in Britain say one of the oldest known examples of a spider web has been discovered in amber deposits found on the southern coast of England. Writing in the Journal of the Geological Society, the researchers say the amber dates back 140 million years. Jason Caffrey reports.

The amber containing the ancient spider's web was unearthed near Britain's southcoast by 2 enthusiasts hunting for dinosaur fossils. Scientists from Oxford University say it's the earliest known example of a spider's silk web. The spider that spun the preserve threads which are just 1 millimeter long was closely related to the modern garden spider. Researchers say it left small sticky droplets along a thread to catch pray, but it was the droplets themselves which became trapped inside amber resin which oozed out of a prehistoric tree along with insect droppings and microbes which date from the age of dinosaurs.

Dozens of police officers are being deployed in the American city of Boulder, Colorado, to stop an unusual Halloween party. The annual event, which is known as the Naked Pumpkin Run, involves people stripping off, putting a hollowed pumpkin over their heads and running naked through the city centre. Last time some 150 people turned out. However this year the police have vowed to arrest them for indecent exposure. Civil rights groups say many of those arrested could end up on the register of sexual predators, normally reserved for convicted child molesters and rapists.

BBC News.
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BBC News with David Austin

The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been holding a day of separate talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders, but there's been no sign of any progress on resuming Middle East peace negotiations. Both sides refused to give any ground on a contentious issue over Israeli settlement building in the occupied territories. Our state department correspondent Kim Ghattas is travelling with Mrs Clinton.
A flying visit for Hillary Clinton to the Middle East but an essential one. She held talks first with the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Abu Dhabi, and then came to Jerusalem to meet Israeli officials here. Her visit comes after several weeks of political turmoil. Mrs Clinton was probably not looking for a breakthrough, but she did want to make sure that the progress keeps moving forward even at a snail's pace instead of sliding backwards. But there is no sign for now that either the Palestinians or the Israelis are ready to compromise on their position.

President Hamid Karzai's challenger in the Afghan presidential elections Doctor Abdullah Abdullah is expected to announce on Sunday whether he will take part in a run-off vote. There's been persistent speculation that Doctor Abdullah is planning to pull out of the contest next weekend because of a row over electoral fraud. President Karzai has rejected Doctor Abdullah's demand that a number of election officials who presided over the first round be dismissed following widespread allegations of corruption.

Three of the politicians who played key roles in the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989 and the transformation of Europe 2 decades ago have met at a ceremony in Berlin to mark the occasion. The former American President George Bush Senior, now 85, praised his former Soviet counterpart Mikhail Gorbachev for what he called his steadfastness in the face of immense challenges.
"Today we have a fuller appreciation of the tremendous pressure Mikhail faced in that pivotal time. And through it all he stood firm which is why he'll also stand tall when the history of our time in office is finally written."

The Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has addressed his ruling National Democratic Party as speculation grows that his son Gamal is being groomed to succeed him, but the president gave no hint about any plans he may have for the succession. Yolande Knell reports from Cairo.
"Just for you" is the slogan of this year's NDP conference. And President Mubarak laid out his party's plans for much needed improvements to health care, education and transportation, hoping to please ordinary Egyptians. His party is sensitive to opposition claims it is elitist and that the success of its recent economic reforms have failed to help the poor. Still though this hour-long speech contained no clue to the answer of the biggest question dominating the Egyptian political scene, who will succeed Mr Mubarak in office.
Yolande Knell reporting

World News from the BBC

The diplomat who will lead a United Nations inquiry into last month's violence in Guinea says he hopes to turn over a new page in the country's history. In a BBC interview Mohamed Bedjaoui, an Algerian former judge of the International Court of Justice, said he hoped to shed light on a shooting of protesters in the capital Conakry and ensured that those responsible were brought to justice. Human rights groups say that more than 150 people were killed when troops fired on the anti-government demonstration. Guinea's military government says only 57 people died.

Scientist in Britain say one of the oldest known examples of a spider web has been discovered in amber deposits found on the southern coast of England. Writing in the Journal of the Geological Society, the researchers say the amber dates back 140 million years. Jason Caffrey reports.
The amber containing the ancient spider's web was unearthed near Britain's south coast by 2 enthusiasts hunting for dinosaur fossils. Scientist from Oxford University say it's the earliest known example of a spider's silk web. The spider that spun the preserve threads which is just 1 millimetre long was closely related to the modern garden spider. Researchers say it left small sticky droplets along a thread to catch pray, but it was the droplets themselves which became trapped inside amber resin which / of a prehistoric tree along with insect droppings and microbes which date from the age of dinosaurs.

Dozens of police officers are being deployed in the American city of Boulder, Colorado, to stop an unusual Halloween party. The annual event, which is known as the Naked Pumpkin Run, involves people stripping off, putting a hollowed pumpkin over their heads and running naked through the city centre. Last time some 150 people turned out. However this year the police have / to arrest them for indecent exposure. Civil rights groups say many of those arrested could end up on the register of sexual predators, normally reserved for convicted child molesters and rapists.
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BBC News with David Austin.

The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been holding a day of separate talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders, but there's been no sign of any progress on resuming Middle East peace negotiations. Both sides refused to give any ground on the contentious issue
of
Israeli settlement building in the occupied territories. Our State Department correspondent Kim Ghattas is traveling with Mrs. Clinton.

A flying visit for Hillary Clinton to the Middle East but an essential one. She held talks first with the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Abu Dhabi, and then came to Jerusalem to meet Israeli official here. Her visit comes after several weeks of political turmoil. Mrs. Clinton was probably not looking for a breakthrough, but she did want to make sure that the progress keeps moving forward even at a snail's pace instead of sliding backwards. But there is no sign for now that either the Palestinians or the Israelis are ready to compromise on their position.

President Hamid Karzai's challenger in the Afghan presidential elections Doctor Abdullah Abdullah is expected to announce on Sunday whether he will take part in a run-off vote. There's been persistent speculation that Doctor Abdullah is planning to pull out of the contest next weekend because of a row over electoral fraud. President Karzai has rejected Doctor Abdullah's demand that a number of election officials who presided over the first round be dismissed following widespread allegations of corruption.

Three of the politicians who played key roles in the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989 and the transformation of Europe two decades ago have met at a ceremony in Berlin to mark the occasion. The former American President George Bush Senior, now 85, praised his former Soviet counterpart Mikhail Gorbachev for what he called his steadfastness in the face of immense challenges.

"Today we have a fuller appreciation of tremendous pressure Mikhail faced enduring that pivotal time. And through it all he stood firm which is why he'll also stand tall when the history of our time in office is finally written."

The Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has addressed his ruling National Democratic Party as speculation grows that his son Gamal is being groomed to succeed him, but the president gave no hint about any plans he may have for the succession. Yolande Knell reports from Cairo.

"Just for you" is the slogan of this year's NDP conference. And President Mubarak laid out his party's plans for much needed improvements to health care, education and transportation, hoping to please ordinary Egyptians. His party is sensitive to opposition claims it is elitist and
that
the success of its recent economic reforms have failed to help the poor. Still though this hour-long speech contained no clue to the answer of the biggest question dominating the Egyptian political scene, who will succeed Mr. Mubarak in office.

Yolande Knell reporting.

World News from the BBC.

The diplomat who will lead a United Nations inquiry into last month's violence in Guinea says he hopes to turn over a new page in the country's history. In a BBC interview Mohamed Bedjaoui, an Algerian former judge
of
the International Court of Justice, said he hoped to shed light on a shooting of protesters in the capital Conakry and ensured that those responsible were brought to justice. Human rights groups say that more than 150 people were killed when troops fired on the anti-government demonstration. Guinea's military government says only 57 people died.

Scientist
s
in Britain say one of the oldest known examples of a spider web has been discovered in amber deposits found on the southern coast of England. Writing in the Journal of the Geological Society, the researchers say the amber dates back 140 million years. Jason Caffrey reports.

The amber containing the ancient spider's web was unearthed near Britain's southcoast by 2 enthusiasts hunting for dinosaur fossils. Scientists from Oxford University say it's the earliest known example of a spider's silk web. The spider that spun the
preserved threads which are just 1 millimeter long was closely related to the modern garden spider. Researchers say it left small sticky droplets along the
thread to catch pray, but it was the droplets themselves which became trapped inside amber resin which oozed out of a prehistoric tree along with insect droppings and microbes which date from the age of dinosaurs.

Dozens of police officers are being deployed in the American city of Boulder, Colorado, to stop an unusual Halloween party. The annual event, which is known as the Naked Pumpkin Run, involves people stripping off, putting a hollowed pumpkin over their heads and running naked through the city centre. Last time some 150 people turned out. However this year the police have vowed to arrest them for indecent exposure. Civil rights groups say many of those arrested could end up on the register of sexual predators, normally reserved for convicted child molesters and rapists.

BBC News.

1. Both sides refused to give any ground on the contentious issue of Israeli settlement building in the occupied territories.
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2. Today we have a fuller appreciation of tremendous pressure Mikhail faced in that pivotal time.

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BBC News with David Austin.

The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been holding a day of separate talks with Israeli and Palestinian leaders, but there's been no sign of any progress on resuming Middle East peace negotiations. Both sides refused to give any ground on the contentious issue of Israeli settlement building in the occupied territories. Our State Department correspondent Kim Ghattas is traveling with Mrs. Clinton.

A flying visit for Hillary Clinton to the Middle East but an essential one. She held talks first with the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Abu Dhabi, and then came to Jerusalem to meet Israeli official
s here. Her visit comes after several weeks of political turmoil. Mrs. Clinton was probably not looking for a breakthrough, but she did want to make sure that the progress keeps moving forward even at a snail's pace instead of sliding backwards. But there is no sign for now that either the Palestinians or the Israelis are ready to compromise on their positions(这个s读的比较轻).

President Hamid Karzai's challenger in the Afghan presidential elections Doctor Abdullah Abdullah is expected to announce on Sunday whether he will take part in a run-off vote. There's been persistent speculation that Doctor Abdullah is planning to pull out of the contest next weekend because of a row over electoral fraud. President Karzai has rejected Doctor Abdullah's demand that a number of election officials who presided over the first round be dismissed following widespread allegations of corruption.

Three of the politicians who played key roles in the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989 and the transformation of Europe two decades ago have met at a ceremony in Berlin to mark the occasion. The former American President George Bush Senior, now 85, praised his former Soviet counterpart Mikhail Gorbachev for what he called his steadfastness in the face of immense challenges.

"Today we have a fuller appreciation of tremendous pressure Mikhail faced
during that pivotal time. And through it all he stood firm which is why he'll also stand tall when the history of our time in office is finally written."

The Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has addressed his ruling National Democratic Party as speculation grows that his son Gamal is being groomed to succeed him, but the president gave no hint about any plans he may have for the succession. Yolande Knell reports from Cairo.

"Just for you" is the slogan of this year's NDP conference. And President Mubarak laid out his party's plans for much needed improvements to health care, education and transportation, hoping to please ordinary Egyptians. His party is sensitive to opposition claims it is elitist and that the success of its recent economic reforms have failed to help the poor. Still though this hour-long speech contained no clue to the answer of the biggest question dominating the Egyptian political scene, who will succeed Mr. Mubarak in office.

Yolande Knell reporting.

World News from the BBC.

The diplomat who will lead a United Nations inquiry into last month's violence in Guinea says he hopes to turn over a new page in the country's history. In a BBC interview Mohamed Bedjaoui, an Algerian former judge of the International Court of Justice, said he hoped to shed light on a shooting of protesters in the capital Conakry and ensured that those responsible were brought to justice. Human rights groups say that more than 150 people were killed when troops fired on the anti-government demonstration. Guinea's military government says only 57 people died.

Scientists in Britain say one of the oldest known examples of a spider web has been discovered in amber deposits found on the southern coast of England. Writing in the Journal of the Geological Society, the researchers say the amber dates back 140 million years. Jason Caffrey reports.

The amber containing the ancient spider's web was unearthed near Britain's south coast by two enthusiasts hunting for dinosaur fossils. Scientists from Oxford University say it's the earliest known example of a spider's silk web. The spider that spun the preserved threads which are just one millimeter long was closely related to the modern garden spider. Researchers say it left small sticky droplets along the thread to catch
prey, but it was the droplets themselves which became trapped inside amber resin which oozed out of a prehistoric tree along with insect droppings and microbes which date from the age of dinosaurs.

Dozens of police officers are being deployed in the American city of Boulder, Colorado, to stop an unusual Halloween party. The annual event, which is known as the Naked Pumpkin Run, involves people stripping off, putting a hollowed pumpkin over their heads and running naked through the city centre. Last time some 150 people turned out. However this year the police have vowed to arrest them for indecent exposure. Civil rights groups say many of those arrested could end up on the register of sexual predators, normally reserved for convicted child molesters and rapists.

BBC News.

 

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1. Both sides refused to give any ground on the contentious issue of Israeli settlement building in the occupied territories.
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