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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

The spiritual leaders of the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches have agreed to press for closer relations, following talks in Rome. It was their first meeting since the Pope announced he was setting up a special section within the Roman Catholic Church for disenchanted Anglicans. The Anglican leader, Rowan Williams, said he’d been concerned about the Pope’s overtures to Anglicans and was pleased to hear that his commitment to dialogue between the two churches was unchanged.
"I think it went just as well as I could’ve hoped really. I was able to express some of the concerns that many Anglicans feel about the way in which the Apostolic Constitution was handled and learn that it’s been made public. But we moved on from there to talk about more positive matters of cooperation and he was extremely enthusiastic about the next stage of official dialogue between our two churches."

Democrats in the United States Senate say they’ve secured the votes they needed to begin a full debate on a landmark health bill. The bill is designed to secure health care coverage for millions of uninsured Americans, but it’s staunchly opposed by the Republican minority because of the cost. From Washington, Kim Ghattas reports.
It looks like the Democrats will get all the 60 votes they need to pass the motion and send the bill to a floor debate in ten days. Three centrist Democrats have been wavering but have now joined their colleagues in the Senate. This may be just a procedural vote, but it was built as a crucial test of Democratic unity. Most of the time, bills that clear this hurdle in the Senate are eventually passed. Senate Republicans are united against the 2,000-page bill, which is designed to rein in cost and expand coverage to millions of uninsured Americans. Republicans say the bill is too costly and will mean heavy-handed government intrusion into the private insurance sector.

The Sri Lankan government says all the remaining civilians, who’ve been detained in special camps since the defeat of the Tamil Tiger rebels, will be allowed to make visits outside from the beginning of next month. The government said it wanted to close the camps and resettle their inhabitants by the end of January. Charles Haviland reports from Colombo.
The Sri Lankan authorities say they’ve had to investigate each of the Tamil refugees to ensure they have no links to the defeated Tigers. They say those screened off are being rehabilitated, but this process and the screening methods haven’t yet been opened to outside scrutiny. Releases and resettlements are now happening more quickly. Many people are returning to devastated villages in depopulated countryside, much of it mined. But de-mining is also in progress. And a senior UN diplomat, visiting northern Sri Lanka this week, said returnees were highly resilient.

The only five-star hotel in the Afghan capital Kabul has been hit by a rocket which wounded at least two people. The rocket struck an outer wall of the heavily fortified Serena Hotel where visiting diplomats and officials often stay.

World News from the BBC.

Rescuers are working through the night in northeast China to try to reach more than 60 people trapped by a gas explosion at a coal mine. At least 42 miners were killed in the blast early on Saturday at the colliery in Heilongjiang province, near the border with Russia.

Scientists at the CERN, nuclear research centre in Europe, say they are delighted with the progress made after they restarted the Large Hadron Collider on Friday night. They hope to use the collider to recreate conditions which existed at the start of the universe. Pallab Ghosh reports.
After the euphoria of last night was the euphoria of the morning debrief. Scientists here could scarcely believe their ears when they heard that the LHC had accelerated subatomic particles hundreds of thousands of times overnight in both directions. The particle accelerator has done more in a few short hours than it did in nine days last year before it broke down. The LHC's operating team believed that they may have the first low energy collisions by next week and higher energy’s early next year.

Saudi Arabia says four people taking part in the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca have died of swine flu. The Health Ministry said those who died had come from outside Saudi Arabia and that none had followed recommendations to have a vaccination against the disease. Three were in their 70s, and the fourth was said to be a 17-year-old Nigerian girl.

The Hamas authorities in the Gaza Strip say they’ve reached agreement with other Palestinian factions to curb rocket fire into Israel. Fathi Hamad, who acts as Hamas’s interior minister, said the groups had agreed to halt all rocket attacks except those carried out in retaliation for Israeli military incursions into Gaza. Hamas has maintained the ceasefire for months, but other groups have carried out sporadic cross-border attacks, mostly without causing casualties or damage.

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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

The spiritual leaders of the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches have agreed to press for closer relations following talks in Rome. It was their first meeting since the Pope announced he was setting up a special section within the Roman Catholic Church for disenchanted Anglicans. The Anglican leader, Rowan Williams, said he’d been concerned about the Pope’s / to Anglicans and was pleased to hear that his commitment to dialogue between the two churches was unchanged.

I think it just went as well as I could hope really, I was able to express some of the concerns that many Anglicans feel about the way which the apostolic constitution was handled and if it’s being made public about we move down from that talk about positive methods of corporation and he was extremely essusiastic about the next stage of official dialogue between our churches.

Democrats in the American senate say they have secured the vote they needed to begin a full debate on a landmark health bill. The bill is designed to secure health care coverage for millions of uninsured Americans but it’s / opposed by the republican minority because of the cost. From Washington, Kim Ghattas reports.

It looks like the democrats will get all the 60 votes they need to pass the motion and send a bill to floor debate in 10 days. 3 centre democrats have been wavering but now have joined their colleagues in the senate. This maybe just a procedure vote but it was built as a crucial test of Democratic unity. most of the time bills that clear this hurdle in the senate are eventually past. Senate republicans are united against the 2000-page bill which is designed to rein in cost and expand coverage to millions of uninsured Americans. Republicans say the bill is too costly and will mean heavy handed government intuition into the private insure sector.

The Sri Lankan government says all the remaining civilians who’d been detained in special camps since the defeat of the Tamil Tigers rebels will be allowed to make visits outside from the beginning of next month. The government said it wanted to close the camps and resettle their inhabitants by the end of January. Charles Havaland reports from Colombo.

The Sri Lankan authorities say they’ve had to investigate each of the Tamil refugees to insure they have no links to the defeated Tigers. They say those scream doff are being rehabilitated but these process and screaming methods haven’t yet been opened to outside scrutiny. Releases and resettlements are now happening more quickly, many people are returning to devastated villages in deep populated countryside. Much of it mined. The de-mining is also in progress. And senior UN diplomat, visiting northern Sri Lanka this week, said returnees will highly resilient.

The only 5 stars hotel in the Afghan capital Kabul has been hit by a rocket which wounded at least 2 people, the rocket struck an outerwear of a heavily 45 Serena hotel where visiting diplomats and officials often stay.

World News from the BBC.

Rescuers are working through the night in northeast china to try to reach more than 60 people trapped by a gas explosion at a coal mine. At least 42 minus in the blast earlier on Saturday at the colliery in Heilongjiang province, near the border with Russia.

Scientists at the Cern nuclear research centre in Europe say they are delighted with the process made after they restarted the large hydro collider on Friday night. They hope to use the collider to recreate conditions which at the start of the universe. / reports.

After the euphoria last night, was the euphoria of the morning debrief. Scientists here could scarcely believe that airs when they heard that the Galaxies had accelerated subatomic particles hundreds of thousands of times overnight in both directions. The particle accelerator has done more in a few short hours that it did in 9 days in last year before it broke down. The Galaxies operating team believe that they may have the first low energy collisions by next week and higher energy’s early next year.

Saudi Arabia says 4 people taking part in the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca have died of Swine Flu. The health ministry said those who died are come from outside Saudi Arabia and none had followed recommendations to have a vaccination against the disease. 3 were in their 70s, and the 4th was said to be a 17-year old Nigerian girl.

The Hamas authorities in the Gaza Strip say they have reached agreement with other Palestinian factions to curb rocket fire into Israel. Fathi Hamad who acts as Hamas’ interior minister, said the group had agreed to halt all rocket attacks except those carried out in retaliation for Israeli military incursions into Gaza. Hamas has maintained a ceasefire for months but other groups have carried our sporadic cross border attacks mostly without causing casualties or damage.

BBC News.
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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

The spiritual leaders of the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches have agreed to press for closer relations following talks in Rome. It was their first meeting since the Pope announced he was setting up a special section within the Roman Catholic Church for disenchanted Anglicans. The Anglican leader, Rowan Williams, said he’d been concerned about the Pope’s over cheers to Anglicans and was pleased to hear that his commitment to dialogue between the two churches was unchanged.

I think it just as well as I could hope really, I was able to express some of the concerns that many Anglicans feel about the way which the apostolic constitution was handled and if it’s being made public about we moved on from that talk about positive methods of corporation and he was extremely enthusiastic about the next stage of official dialogue between ... churches.

Democrats in the American senate say they have secured the votes they needed to begin a full debate on a landmark health bill. The bill is designed to secure health care coverage for millions of uninsured Americans but it’s staunchly opposed by the republican minority because of the cost. From Washington, Kim Ghattas reports.

It looks like the democrats will get all the 60 votes they need to pass the motion and send the bill to floor debate in 10 days. 3 centrist democrats have been wavering but ... have joined their colleagues in the senate. This maybe just a procedural vote but it was built as a crucial test of Democratic Unity.Most of the time bills that clear this hurdle in the senate are eventually past. Senate republicans are united against the 2000-page bill which is designed to rein in cost and expand coverage to millions of uninsured Americans. Republicans say the bill is too costly and will mean heavy handed government intuition into the private insure sector.

The Sri Lankan government says all the remaining civilians who’d been detained in special camps since the defeat of the Tamil Tigers rebels will be allowed to make visits outside from the beginning of next month. The government said it wanted to close the camps and resettle their inhabitants by the end of January. Charles Havaland reports from Colombo.

The Sri Lankan authorities say they’ve had to investigate each of the Tamil refugees to insure they have no links to the defeated Tigers. They say those scream doff are being rehabilitated but these process and screaming methods haven’t yet been opened to outside scrutiny. Releases and resettlements are now happening more quickly, many people are returning to devastated villages in deep populated countryside. Much of it mined. The de-mining is also in progress. And senior UN diplomat, visiting northern Sri Lanka this week, said returnees will highly resilient.

The only 5 stars hotel in the Afghan capital Kabul has been hit by a rocket which wounded at least 2 people, the rocket struck an outwall of the heavily 45 Serena Hotel where visiting diplomats and officials often stay.

World News from the BBC.

Rescuers are working through the night in northeast China to try to reach more than 60 people trapped by a gas explosion at a coal mine. At least 42 miners were killed in the blast earlier on Saturday at the colliery in Heilongjiang province, near the border with Russia.

Scientists at the Cern nuclear research centre in Europe say they are delighted with the process made after they restarted the large hydro collide on Friday night. They hope to use the collide to recreate conditions which at the start of the universe. Pallab Ghosh reports.

After the euphoria last night, was the euphoria of the morning debrief. Scientists here could scarcely believe that airs when they heard that the Galaxies had accelerated subatomic particles hundreds of thousands of times overnight in both directions. The particle accelerator has done more in a few short hours that it did in 9 days in last year before it broke down. The Galaxies operating team believe that they may have the first low energy collisions by next week and higher energy’s early next year.

Saudi Arabia says 4 people taking part in the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca have died of Swine Flu. The Health Ministry said those who died are come from outside Saudi Arabia and none had followed recommendations to have a vaccination against the disease. 3 were in their 70s, and the 4th was said to be a 17-year old Nigerian girl.

The Hamas authorities in the Gaza Strip say they have reached agreement with other Palestinian factions to curb rocket fire into Israel. Fathi Hamad who acts as Hamas’ interior minister, said the group had agreed to halt all rocket attacks except those carried out in retaliation for Israeli military incursions into Gaza. Hamas has maintained a ceasefire for months but other groups have carried our sporadic cross border attacks mostly without causing casualties or damage.

BBC News.
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BBC news with Maren Mchier.
The spiritual leaders of Angelia and Roman Catholic churches have agreed to press for closer relations. Following talks in Roman. It preserved the first meeting since the pope announced to a setting up a special section within the Roman Catholic churches the disenchanted Anglicans. The Anglicans leader Rowan Williams said he has been concerned about the pope over cheers to Anglicans and was pleased to hear that his committeemen to dialogue between the two churches was unchanged. I think when it is as well as I could heap really, unexsible to express some the concerns of many anvils can feel about the way which the apostolic constitution was handed, made public, but we moved on from there to talk about more positive mass of cooperation, and he was extremely enthusiastic about the next stage official dialogue between our two churches.

Democratic in the united state senate said they would secure a vote solidate to begin a full debate on the landmark health bill. The bill is to design to secure heath care coverage of millions of uninsured Americans, but it is opposed by the republican minority because of the cost. From Washington Kim Gaters reports.

It looks like the democratic will get the all the 60 votes they need to pass the motion and send the bill to a floor debate in 10 days. Three central stomach crafts have been wavering, but have not joining the colleagues in the senate. This may be just a procedure of vote, but it was built as a curial test of democratic unity. Most of the time bills that cleared the hedge in the senate are eventually passed. Sanitary publican are united against the 2000 page bill, which is designed to rein in the cost of expand the coverage to millions of uninsured Americans. Republicans say the bill was too costly, and when we happily handed the government in torsion into the primate insurance sector.

The Sri Lanka government says all the remaining civilians who been detained in special camps since defeat of the tallow tiger rivals would be allowed to make visits outside from beginning of the next month. Government said it wanted to close the camps and resettled the inhabitants by the end of January. Jons Haven reports from the Colombo.

The Sri Lanka authorities say they have to investigate each of the turmoil refugees to ensure that they have no links to the defected tigers. They say those screamed of have been rehabilitated but this prospers and screaming methods have not yet been to outside scrutiny. Releases and resettlements now are happening more quickly. People are returning to devastated village in depopulated countryside much of in mind. Demising is also in progress, and senior UN diplomatic visiting northern Sri Lanka this week said return was highly resilient.

The only five-star hotel in the afghan capital Kabul has been hit by a rocket which wound at least 2 people. It struck in an outer war of heavily Serena hotel of visiting diplomats and officials often stay.

World news from BBC.

Rescue as a working through nineteen northeast china, to try to reach more than 16 people chapped by a gas explore at Comai, at its 42 miles as it was killed in the blast early on Saturday at the conjurey in He longjiang province near the border with Russia.

Scientists the sene of nuclear research center in Europe said they delighted with the progress made of their restart the large Hadron Collider on Friday night. They hope to use of Collider to recreate conditions which was existed at the start of universe. Palar Gouch reports.

After the euforia of last night was the euforia of the morning debrief. Scientists can gassy believed there is when they heard at the elected accelerated subatomic particles hundreds of thousands of times overnight in both directions. The particles accelerated retreats done more in a few short hours than he did in nine days last year before it broke down. The   operation team believed they may have the first low energy collision by next week and higher energy early next year.

Saudi Arabia says 4 people taking part in the annual Muslim pilgrims pure have died of swine flu. The health minister said those who died come from the outside of Saudi Arabia and none have followed recommendations to have a vaccination against the diseases. Three were in their 70s, and forth was said to be a 17 Nigeria girl.

The Hamas in the Gaza stripe said they reached the agreement with other Palestine factions to curd rocket fire into Israel. Faty Hmard who acted as interior minister said the group has agreed to halt all rocket attack except those carried out in toleration for Israeli military in cushions into Gaza. Hamas has maintained the cease fire for months, but other groups have carried out sporadic cross-border attack, mostly without causing casualties or damage.
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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

The spiritual leaders of the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches have agreed to press for closer relations following talks in Rome. It was their first meeting since the Pope announced he was setting up a special section within the Roman Catholic Church for disenchanted Anglicans. The Anglican leader, Rowan Williams, said he’d been concerned about the Pope’s overtures to Anglicans and was pleased to hear that his commitment to dialogue between the two churches was unchanged.

"I think it went just as well as I could hope really, I was able to express some of the concerns that many Anglicans feel about the way which the apostolic constitution was handled and if it’s being made public about we moved on from that talk about more positive methods of cooperation and he was extremely enthusiastic about the next stage of official dialogue between our two churches."

Democrats in the United States senate say they have secured the votes they needed to begin a full debate on a landmark health bill. The bill is designed to secure health care coverage for millions of uninsured Americans but it’s staunchly opposed by the republican minority because of the cost. From Washington, Kim Ghattas reports.

It looks like the Democrats will get all the 60 votes they need to pass the motion and send the bill to a floor debate in 10 days. 3 centrist Democrats have been wavering but have now joined their colleagues in the senate. This maybe just a procedural vote but it was built as a crucial test of Democratic unity. Most of the time bills that clear this hurdle in the senate are eventually past. Senate republicans are united against the 2,000-page bill which is designed to rein in cost and expand coverage to millions of uninsured Americans. Republicans say the bill is too costly and will mean heavy handed government intrusion into the private insuring sector.

The Sri Lankan government says all the remaining civilians who’ve been detained in special camps since the defeat of the Tamil Tigers rebels will be allowed to make visits outside from the beginning of next month. The government said it wanted to close the camps and resettle their inhabitants by the end of January. Charles Havaland reports from Colombo.

The Sri Lankan authorities say they’ve had to investigate each of the Tamil refugees to insure they have no links to the defeated Tigers. They say those screamed-off are being rehabilitated but this process and screaming methods haven’t yet been opened to outside scrutiny. Releases and resettlements are now happening more quickly, many people are returning to devastated villages in deep populated countryside. Much of it mined. The de-mining is also in progress. And a senior UN diplomat, visiting northern Sri Lanka this week, said returnees will highly resilient.

The only 5-star hotel in the Afghan capital Kabul has been hit by a rocket which wounded at least 2 people, the rocket struck an outerwall of the heavily fortified Serena Hotel where visiting diplomats and officials often stay.

World News from the BBC.

Rescuers are working through the night in northeast China to try to reach more than 60 people trapped by a gas explosion at a coal mine. At least 42 miners were killed in the blast earlier on Saturday at the colliery in Heilongjiang province, near the border with Russia.

Scientists at the Cern nuclear research centre in Europe say they are delighted with the process made after they restarted the large hadron collider on Friday night. They hope to use the collider to recreate conditions which existed at the start of the universe. Pallab Ghosh reports.

After the euphoria of last night, was the euphoria of the morning debrief. Scientists here could scarcely believe their ears when they heard that the LHC had accelerated subatomic particles hundreds of thousands of times overnight in both directions. The particle accelerator has done more in a few short hours that it did in 9 days in last year before it broke down. The LHC's operating team believe that they may have the first low energy collisions by next week and higher energy’s early next year.

Saudi Arabia says 4 people taking part in the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca have died of Swine Flu. The Health Ministry said those who died / come from outside Saudi Arabia and none had followed recommendations to have a vaccination against the disease. 3 were in their 70s, and the 4th was said to be a 17-year-old Nigerian girl.

The Hamas authorities in the Gaza Strip say they have reached agreement with other Palestinian factions to curb rocket fire into Israel. Fathi Hamad who acts as Hamas’ Interior Minister, said the groups had agreed to halt all rocket attacks except those carried out in retaliation for Israeli military incursions into Gaza. Hamas has maintained a ceasefire for months but other groups have carried our sporadic cross border attacks mostly without causing casualties or damage.

BBC News.
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The spiritual leaders of Angolican and Roman Catholic churches have agreed to press for close relations,following talks in Rome. It was their first meeting since the Pope announced he was setting up a special section within the Roman Catholic church the disenchanted Angolicans. The Angolican leader Rowan William said he's been concerned about the Pope's / to Angolicans and was pleased to hear that his commitment to dialogue between the two churches was unchanged. I think it went as well as I could hope really. I was able to express some of the concerns that many Angolicans feel about the way which the apostolic consititution was handld and then it's being made public ,but we move on from that talk about more positive matters of cooperation and he was extremly essusiastic about the next stage of official dialogue between our two churches.
Domecrats in the United States' senate say they've secured the votes they needed to begin a full debate on a landmark health bill. The bill is designed to secure  healthcare coverage for millions of uninsured Americans but it was staunchly opposed by the Republican minority because of the cost. From Washington , Kim Gates reports.
It looks like that the Democrats will get all the 60 votes they need to pass the motion and sign the bill to a full debate in 10 days. Three / Democrats have been waving but have now joined their colleagues in the senate. It's may be just a procedure vote but it was built as a crucial test of Democratic unity. Most of the time bills that clear this hurdle in the Senate are eventually passed. Senate's Republicans are united against the 2000-page bill which is designed to rein in cost and expand coverage to millions of uninsured Americans. Republicans say the bill is too costly and will mean heavy handed government intrusion into the private insurance sector.
The Sri Lankan government says all the remaining civilians who've been detained in special camps since the defeat of the Tamil Tiger rebells will be allowed to make visits outside from the beginning of next month. Government said it wanted to close the camps and resettle their inhabitants by the end of January. Charles Havaland reports from Colombo.
The Sri Lankan authorities said they've had to investigate each of the Tamil refugees to ensure they have no links to defeated Tigers. They said those screened doff are being rehabilitated but this process and the screaming methods haven't yet been open to outside scrutiny. Releases and resettlements are now happening more quickly. Many people are returning to devastated villages in depopulated countryside much of it mined. But demining is also in prograss and a senior UN deplomat visiting northern Sri Lankan this week said returnees were highly resilient.
The only five-star hotel in the Afhgan capital Carbul has been hit by a rocket which wounded at least 2 people. The rocket struk outwall of the heavily 45 Serena hotel where visiting diplomats and officials often stay.
World news from the BBC.
Rescuers are working through the night in northeast China to try to reach more than 60 people trapped by a gas explosion at a coal mine. At least 42 miners were killed in the blast earlier on Saturday at the colliery in Hei Longjiang province near the border with Russia.
Scientists at the Cearn unclear research center in Europe said they are delighted with the prograss made after they restarted the large hidron collider on Friday night. They hope to use the collider to recreat conditions which existed at the start of the universy. Panle reports.
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After the euphoria last night, was the euphoria of the morning debrief. Scientists here could scarcely believe that airs when they heard that the Galaxies had accelerated subatomic particles hundreds of thousands of times overnight in both directions. The particle accelerator has done more in a few short hours that it did in 9 days in last year before it broke down. The Galaxies operating team believe that they may have the first low energy collisions by next week and higher energy’s early next year.

Saudi Arabia says 4 people taking part in the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca have died of Swine Flu. The health ministry said those who died are come from outside Saudi Arabia and none had followed recommendations to have a vaccination against the disease. 3 were in their 70s, and the 4th was said to be a 17-year old Nigerian girl.

The Hamas authorities in the Gaza Strip say they have reached agreement with other Palestinian factions to curb rocket fire into Israel. Fathi Hamad who acts as Hamas’ interior minister, said the group had agreed to halt all rocket attacks except those carried out in retaliation for Israeli military incursions into Gaza. Hamas has maintained a ceasefire for months but other groups have carried our sporadic cross border attacks mostly without causing casualties or damage.

BBC News.


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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

The spiritual leaders of the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches have agreed to press for closer relations following talks in Rome. It was their first meeting since the Pope announced he was setting up a special section within the Roman Catholic Church for disenchanted Anglicans. The Anglican leader, Rowan Williams, said he’d been concerned about the Pope’s over
cheers Anglicans
and was pleased to hear that his commitment to dialogue between the two churches was unchanged.

I think it just as well as I could hope really, I was able to express some of the concerns that many Anglicans feel about the way which the apostolic constitution was handled and if it’s being made public about we moved on from that talk about positive methods of corporation and he was extremely enthusiastic about the next stage of official dialogue between ... churches.

Democrats in the United States Senate say they have secured the votes they needed to begin a full debate on a landmark health bill. The bill is designed to secure health care coverage for millions of uninsured Americans but it’s staunchly opposed by the Republican minority because of the cost. From Washington, Kim Ghattas reports.

It looks like the democrats will get all the 60 votes they need to pass the motion and send the bill to floor debate in 10 days. 3 centrist democrats have been wavering but have now joined their colleagues in the senate. This may be just a procedural vote but it was built as a crucial test of Democratic Unity. Most of the time bills that clear this hurdle in the senate are eventually passed. Senatorial Republicans are united against the 2000-page bill which is designed to rein in cost and expand coverage to millions of uninsured Americans. Republicans say the bill is too costly and will mean heavy handed government intuition into the private insure sector.”

The Sri Lankan government says all the remaining civilians who’d been detained in special camps since the defeat of the Tamil Tigers rebels will be allowed to make visits outside from the beginning of next month. The government said it wanted to close the camps and resettle their inhabitants by the end of January. Charles
Haviland reports from Colombo.

The Sri Lankan authorities say they’ve had to investigate each of the Tamil refugees to insure they have no links to the defeated Tigers. They say those scream doff are being rehabilitated but these process and screaming methods haven’t yet been opened to outside scrutiny. Releases and resettlements are now happening more quickly, many people are returning to devastated villages in deep populated countryside. Much of it mined. The de-mining is also in progress. And senior UN diplomat, visiting northern Sri Lanka this week, said returnees will highly resilient.

The only five-star hotel in the Afghan Capital Kabul has been hit by a rocket which wounded at least 2 people, the rocket struck an out wall of the heavily 45 Serena Hotel where visiting diplomats and officials often stay.

World News from the BBC.

Rescuers are working through the night in northeast China to try to reach more than 60 people trapped by a gas explosion at a coal mine. At least 42 miners were killed in the blast earlier on Saturday at the colliery in Heilongjiang province, near the border with Russia.

Scientists at the Cern nuclear research centre in Europe say they are delighted with the process made after they restarted the large
Hydron Collider on Friday night. They hope to use the Collider to recreate conditions which existed
at the start of the universe. Pallab Ghosh reports.

After the euphoria of last night, was the euphoria of the morning debrief. Scientists here could scarcely believe their ears when they heard that the Galaxy had accelerated subatomic particles hundreds of thousands of times overnight in both directions. The particle accelerator has done more in a few short hours that it did in 9 days in last year before it broke down. The Galaxy’s operating team believe that they may have the first low energy collisions by next week and higher energies early next year.”

Saudi Arabia says 4 people taking part in the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca have died of Swine Flu. The Health Ministry said those who died are come from outside Saudi Arabia and none had followed recommendations to have a vaccination against the disease. 3 were in their 70s, and the 4th was said to be a
17-year-old
Nigerian girl.

The Hamas authorities in the Gaza Strip say they have reached agreement with other Palestinian factions to curb rocket fire into Israel. Fathi Hamad who acts as Hamas’
Interior Minister, said the groups
had agreed to halt all rocket attacks except those carried out in retaliation for Israeli military incursions into Gaza. Hamas has maintained a ceasefire for months but other groups have carried our sporadic cross border attacks mostly without causing casualties or damage.

BBC News.
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BBC News with Marian Marshall

The spiritual leaders of the Anglican and Roman Catholic Churches have agreed to press for closer relations following talks in Rome. It was their first meeting since the Pope announced he was setting up a special section within the Roman Catholic Church for disenchanted Anglicans. The Anglican leader Rowan Williams said he had been concerned about the Pope's overtures to Anglicans and was pleased to hear that his commitment to dialogue between the 2 Churches was unchanged.
"I think it went just as well as I could hope really. I was able to express some of the concerns that many Anglicans feel about the way which the Apostolic Constitution was handled and learned if it's been made public. But we moved on from there to talk about more positive measures of cooperation, and he was extremely enthusiastic about the next stage of official dialogue between our 2 Churches."

Democracts in the United States Senate say they have secured the votes they needed to begin a full debate on a landmark health bill. The bill is designed to secure health care coverage for millions of uninsured Americans, but it's / opposed by the Republican minority because of the cost. From Washington Kim Ghattas reports.
It looks like the Democrats will get all the 60 votes they need to pass the motion and send the bill to a full debate in 10 days. Three centrist Democrats had been wavering but have now joined their colleagues in the Senate. This may be just a procedural vote but it was built as a crucial test of Democratic unity. Most of the time, bills that clear this hurdle in the Senate are eventually passed. Senate of Republicans are united against the 2,000-page bill which is designed to rein in costs and expand coverage to millions of uninsured Americans. Republicans say the bill is too costly and will mean heavy-handed government intrusion into the private insurance sector.

The Sri Lankan government says all the remaining civilians, who have been detained in special camps since defeat to the Tamil Tiger rebels, will be allowed to make visits outside from the beginning of next month. The government said it wanted to close the camps and resettle their inhabitants by the end of January. Charles Haviland reports from Colombo.
The Sri Lankan authorities say they've had to investigate each of the Tamil refugees to ensure they have no links to the defeated Tigers. They say those screened off are being rehabilitated, but this process and the screening methods haven't yet been open to outside scrutiny. Releases and resettlements are now happening more quickly. Many people are returning to devastated villages in depopulated countryside, much of it mined. But demining is also in progress. And a senior UN diplomat visiting northern Sri Lanka this week said returnees were highly resilient.

The only 5-star hotel in the Afghan capital Kabul has been hit by a rocket which wounded at least 2 people. The rocket struck an outer wall of the heavily fortified Serena hotel where visiting diplomats and officials often stay.

World News from the BBC

Rescuers are working through the night in Northeast China to try to reach more than 60 people trapped by a gas explosion at a coal mine. At least 42 miners were killed in the blast early on Saturday at a / in Heilongjiang province near the border with Russia.

Scientists of the Cern, nuclear research centre in Europe, say they are delighted with the progress made after they re-started the Large Hadron Collider on Friday night. They hope to use a collider to re-create conditions which existed at the start of the universe. Pallab Ghosh reports.
After the euphoria of last night was euphoria of the morning day brief. Scientists here could scarcely believed their ears when they heard that the LHC had accelerated sub-atomic particles hundreds of thousands of times over night in both directions. The particle accelerator has done more in a few short hours than it did in 9 days last year before it broke down. The LHC's operating team believe that they may have the first low-energy collisions by next week and higher-energy's early next year.

Saudi Arabia says 4 people taking part in the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca have died of swine flu. The Health Ministry said those who died had come from outside Saudi Arabia and that none had followed recommendation to have a vaccination against the disease. Three were in their 70s and the 4th was said to be a 17-year-old Nigerian girl.

The Hamas authorities in the Gaza Strip say they've reached agreement with other Palestinian factions to curb rocket fire into Israel. Fathi Hammad, who acts as Hamas's interior minister, said the groups had agreed to halt all rocket attacks except those carried out in retaliation for Israeli military incursions into Gaza. Hamas has maintained the ceasefire for months, but other groups have carried out sporadic cross-border attacks, mostly without causing casualties or damage.

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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

The spiritual leaders of the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches have agreed to press for closer relations following talks in Rome. It was their first meeting since the Pope announced he was setting up a special section within the Roman Catholic Church that disenchanted Anglicans. The Anglican leader, Rowan Williams, said he’d been concerned about the Pope’s overture to Anglicans and was pleased to hear that his commitment to dialogue between the two churches was unchanged.

I think it just went as well as I could have hoped really, I was able to express some of the concerns that many Anglicans feel about the way which the apostolic constitution was handled and if it’s being made public about we move down from there to talk about more positive methods of cooporation and he was extremely enthusiastic about the next stage of official dialogue between our churches.

Democrats in the American senate say they have secured the vote they needed to begin a full debate on a landmark health bill. The bill is designed to secure health care coverage for millions of uninsured Americans but it’s astonishingly opposed by the republican minority because of the cost. From Washington, Kim Ghattas reports.

It looks like the democrats will get all the 60 votes they need to pass the motion and send a bill to floor debate in 10 days. 3 central's democrats have been wavering but now have joined their colleagues in the senate. This maybe just a procedural vote but it was viewed as a crucial test of Democratic unity. most of the time bills that clear this hurdle in the senate are eventually passed. Senate republicans are united against the 2000-page bill which is designed to rein in cost and expand coverage to millions of uninsured Americans. Republicans say the bill is too costly and will mean heavy handed government intrusion into the private insurance sector.

The Sri Lankan government says all the remaining civilians who’d been detained in special camps since the defeat of the Tamil Tigers rebels will be allowed to make visits outside from the beginning of next month. The government said it wanted to close the camps and resettle their inhabitants by the end of January. Charles Havaland reports from Colombo.

The Sri Lankan authorities say they’ve had to investigate each of the Tamil refugees to insure they have no links to the defeated Tigers. They say those screened off are being rehabilitated but these process and screening methods haven’t yet been opened to outside scrutiny. Releases and resettlements are now happening more quickly, many people are returning to devastated villages in de-populated countryside. Much of it mined. The de-mining is also in progress. And senior UN diplomat, visiting northern Sri Lanka this week, said returnees were highly resilient.

The only 5 stars hotel in the Afghan capital Kabul has been hit by a rocket which wounded at least 2 people, the rocket struck an outer wall of a heavily 45 Serena hotel where visiting diplomats and officials often stay.

World News from the BBC.

Rescuers are working through the night in northeast china to try to reach more than 60 people trapped by a gas explosion at a coal mine. At least 42 miners were killed at  the blast earlier on Saturday at the colliery in Heilongjiang province, near the border with Russia.

Scientists at the Cern nuclear research centre in Europe say they are delighted with the progress made after they restarted the large Hadron Collider on Friday night. They hope to use the collider to recreate conditions which existed at the start of the universe. / reports.

After the euphoria of last night, was the euphoria of the morning debrief. Scientists here could scarcely believe that IS what they heard that the Galaxies had accelerated subatomic particles hundreds of thousands of times overnight in both directions. The particle accelerator has done more in a few short hours that it did in 9 days in last year before it broke down. The Galaxies operating team believe that they may have the first low energy collisions by next week and higher energy’s early next year.

Saudi Arabia says 4 people taking part in the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca have died of Swine Flu. The health ministry said those who died are come from outside Saudi Arabia and none had followed recommendations to have a vaccination against the disease. 3 were in their 70s, and the 4th was said to be a 17-year old Nigerian girl.

The Hamas authorities in the Gaza Strip say they have reached agreement with other Palestinian factions to curb rocket fire into Israel. Fathi Hamad who acts as Hamas’ interior minister, said the group had agreed to halt all rocket attacks except those carried out in retaliation for Israeli military incursions into Gaza. Hamas has maintained a ceasefire for months but other groups have carried out sporadic cross border attacks mostly without causing casualties or damage.

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BBC news with Marian Marshall.

The spiritual leaders of Anglican and Rome Church is agree to press for closer relations following talks in Rome. It was the first meeting since the Pope announced he'll set up a special section within the Rome Catholic Church for disenchanted Anglicans. The Anglican leader Role Williams said he'd been concerned about the Pope's over trust Anglicans and was pleased to hear that his commitment to dialogue between the two churches was unchanged.

"I think it's as one as I could hope earlier as able to express some of the concerns any Anglicans feel about the way which the abstrongly constitution was handled /. It's been may public about we've done for that talk about more positive message of cooperation and he was extremely enthuses talk about the next stage of official dialogues between our two churches."

Democrats in the US Senate said they have secured the vote signing did to begin a full debate on the landmark health bill. The bill is designed to secure health care coverage for millions uninsured Americans but it stanchly apposed by the Republican minority because of the cost. From Washington, Kim / reports.

It looks like the Democrat will get all the 60 votes they need to pass the motion and send the bill to a floor debate in 10 days. Three centers democrats have been wavering but have now joined their colleague in the senate. This may be just a procedures vote but it was billed as a crucial test of democratic unity. Most of the time, bills that clear this /  in the senate are eventually passed. Senate publicans are united to against the 2,000 page bill which is designed to / cost and expand coverage to millions of insured Americans. Republican say the bill is too costly and will mean heavy handled government intrusion into the prevent insurance sector.

The Sri Lankan government says all the remaining civilians who have been detained in special camps since the defeat of the Tamil Tiger rebels will be allowed to make visit outside from the beginning of next month. The government said it wanted to close the camps and resettled the habitants by the end of January. / reports from Colombo .

The Sri Lankan authorities say they'll have to investigate each of the Tamil refugees to ensure they have no links to the defeated Tigers. They say those green / are being rehabilitated but these processes and the /  methods haven't yet been opened to outside Scrutiny. releases and resettlements are now happening more quickly. Many people are returning to devastated villages in depopulated countryside much of it mind. The demining is also in progress. And the senior UN diplomat visiting Northern Sri Lanka this week said returnees will highly resilient.

The only five-star-hotel in the Afghan capital Kabul has been hit by a rocket which wounded at least 2 people. The rocket's stricken the out wall of the heavily 45 / hotel where visiting diplomats and officials often stay.

World news from the BBC.

Rescuers are working through the night in northeast China to try to reach more than 60 people trapped by a gas explosion at a coal mine. At least 42 miners were killed at the blast early on Saturday at the coal / in Heilongjiang Province near the border with Russia.

Scientists to the / Nuclear Research Center in Europe said they are delighted with the progress made after they restarted the large hydrin collider on Friday night. They hope to use the collider to recreate conditions which existed at the start of the universe. / reports.

After the euphoria over last night was the euphoria of the morning day brief, scientists hailed could scarcely believe their ears when they heard that the LAC had accelerate subatomic particles hundreds of thousands of times over night in both directions. The particle accelerate has done more in a few short hours than it did in nine days last year before it broke down. The LAC's operating team believe that they may have the first low energy collisions by next week and high energy early next year.

Saudi Arabia says 4 people taking in part in the annual Muslim Pilgrimage to Mekka have died of swine flue. The Health Administrate said those who died come from outside of Saudi Arabia and that none of them have followed recommendation to have a vaccination against the disease. Three were in their seventies and the forth were said to be a 17-year-old Nigeria girl.

The Hamas authorities in the Garza's strip say they've reached agreement with other Palestinian factions to curb rocket fire into Israel. F.H. who acts as Hamas's Interior Minister said the group said agree to halt all rocket attacks except those carried out in retaliation for Israeli military incursions into Garza. Hamas has maintained cease fire for months but other groups have carried out sporadic cross border attacks mostly without causing casualties or damage.
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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

The spritual leaders of Anglican and Roman Catholic church agreed to press for closer relations, following talks in Rome. It was their first meeting since the Pope annonced he was setting up a special section within the Roman Catholic Church, but disenchanted Anglicans. The Anglican leader Roen Williams said he'd been concerned about Pope's overchose to Anglicans, and he was pleased to hear that his commitment to dialogue between the two churches was unchanged.

I think it just went as well as I hoped really,I was able to express some of the concerns that many Anglicans feel about the way which the apostolic constitution was handled and been made public, but we moved on to talk about all positive matters of coperation,and he was really enthusiastic about the next stage of the official dialogue between art and Churches.

Democrats in the United State senate said they have secured the votes they needed to begin a full debate on a landmark health bill.The bill is designed to secure health-care coverage for millions of uninsured Americans.But storm is actually opposed by the Repulican of Minority because of the cost. From Washington, Kim reports.

It looks like democrats will get all the 60 votes they need to pass the motion and send the bill to a floor-debate in 10 days. 3 centres' democrats had been wavering but have not joined their collegues in the senate. This maybe just a procedural vote but it was built as a crucial test of democratic unity. Most of the time, bills that clear this hurdle in the senate are eventually passed.Senetor repulicans are united against the 2000-page bill which is designed to r in cost an expand coverage to millions of uninsured Americans.Republicans say the bill is too costly, and will mean heavy handed government intrusion into the private insurance sector.

The Sri Lanka government says all the remaining civilians who'd been detained in sepcial camps since the defeat of the Tenal Tiger Rival will be allowed to make visits outside from the beginning of next months.The government said they wanted to close the camps and resettle their own habitants by the end of January. Charles Havilon reports from Colombo.

The Sri Lanka authorities said they had to investigate each of the Temal refuguees to ensure they have no links to the defeated Tigers.They said those scream d are being rehabitated but this process and the screaming methods havent yet been opened to outside scrutiny. Releases and resettlements are now happening more quickly, many people are returning to devastated villages in depopulated contryside, much of it mined. But demining is also in progress,and a senior UN diplomat, visiting northern Sri Lanka this week said return these are highly resilient.

The only 5-star in the Afghan captial Kabul has been hit by a rocket. Which wounded at least 2 people. The rocket struk an outter wall of the heavily 45 serena hotel, where visiting diplomats and officials often stay.

World News from the BBC.

Rescuers are working through the night in northeast China to try to reach more than 60 people trapped by a gas explosion at a co-mine. At least 42 minors were killed in a blast early on Saturday at the colliery in Heilongjiang province near the border Russia.

Scientists at the CERN nuclear reasearch centre in Europe said they are delighted with the progress made after they restarted the large hadron collider on Friday night.They hope to use the collider to re-create the conditions which existed at the start of the universe.Parla Gosh reports.

After the euhporia of last night, was the euphoria of the morning debrief? Scientists here could scarcely believe that there is when they heard that the alexie had acceralated the subatomic particles hundreds of thousands of times over night in both directions. The particle accelatry was done more in a few short hours, did in nine days last year before it broke down. The Alexie's operating team believe they may have the first low-energy collisions by next week and high energies early next year.

Saudi Arabia says 4 people taking part in the annual Muslin Pilgrimage to Mecca have died of swine flu.The health ministration said those who died come from outside of Saudi Arabia and none have follow recommondations to have a vaccination against the disease. 3 were in their 70s and 4th were said to be a 17-year-old Nigerian girl.

The Hamas authorites in the Gaza strip say they have reached an agreement with other palestinien factions to curb rocket fire into Isreal.Fati Hamad who act as hamas' interior minister said the group has agreed to halt all rocket attacks except those carried out in retaliation for Isealian Military incursions into Gaza.Hamas has maintained ceasefire for months, but other groups of carried-out sporadic cross board attacks mostly without causing causualties or damage.

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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

The spiritual leaders of the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches have agreed to press for closer relations following talks in Rome. It was their first meeting since the Pope announced he was setting up a special section within the Roman Catholic Church for disenchanted Anglicans. The Anglican leader, Rowan Williams, said he’d been concerned about the Pope’s overtures to Anglicans and was pleased to hear that his commitment to dialogue between the two churches was unchanged.

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I think it went just as well as I could hope really. I was able to express some of the concerns that many Anglicans feel about the way in which theapostolic constitutionwas handled and if it’s been made public. But we moved on from there to talk about more positive matters of cooperation and he was extremely enthusiastic about the next stage of official dialogue between our two churches."

Democrats in the United States Senate say they have secured the votes they needed to begin a full debate on a landmark health bill. The bill is designed to secure health care coverage for millions of uninsured Americans but it’s staunchly opposed by the Republican minority because of the cost. From Washington, Kim Ghattas reports.

It looks like the Democrats will get all the 60 votes they need to pass the motion and send the bill to a floor debate in 10 days. 3 centrist Democrats have been wavering but have now joined their colleagues in the senate. This may be just a procedural vote but it was built as a crucial test of Democratic unity. Most of the time, bills that clear this hurdle in the senate are eventually passed. Senate Republicans are united against the 2,000-page bill which is designed to rein in cost and expand coverage to millions of uninsured Americans. Republicans say the bill is too costly and will mean heavy handed government intrusion into the private insurance sector.

The Sri Lankan government says all the remaining civilians, who’ve been detained in special camps since the defeat of the Tamil Tiger rebels, will be allowed to make visits outside from the beginning of next month. The government said it wanted to close the camps and resettle their inhabitants by the end of January. Charles Havaland reports from Colombo.

The Sri Lankan authorities say they’ve had to investigate each of the Tamil refugees to ensure they have no links to the defeated Tigers. They say those screened-off are being rehabilitated but this process and the screening methods haven’t yet been opened to outside scrutiny. Releases and resettlements are now happening more quickly. Many people are returning to devastated villages in depopulated countryside, much of it mined. But de-mining is also in progress. And a senior UN diplomat, visiting northern Sri Lanka this week, said returnees will highly resilient.

The only 5-star hotel in the Afghan capital Kabul has been hit by a rocket which wounded at least 2 people. The rocket struck an outer wall of the heavily fortified Serena Hotel where visiting diplomats and officials often stay.

World News from the BBC.

Rescuers are working through the night in northeast China to try to reach more than 60 people trapped by a gas explosion at a coal mine. At least 42 miners were killed in the blast earlier on Saturday at the colliery in Heilongjiang province, near the border with Russia.

Scientists at the Cern, nuclear research centre in Europe, say they are delighted with the progress made after they restarted the Large Hadron Collider on Friday night. They hope to use the collider to recreate conditions which existed at the start of the universe. Pallab Ghosh reports.

After the euphoria of last night, was the euphoria of the morning debrief. Scientists here could scarcely believe their ears when they heard that the LHC had accelerated subatomic particles hundreds of thousands of times overnight in both directions. The particle accelerator has done more in a few short hours that it did in 9 days in last year before it broke down. The LHC's operating team believe that they may have the first low energy collisions by next week and higher energy’s early next year.

Saudi Arabia says 4 people taking part in the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca have died of Swine Flu. The Health Ministry said those who died had come from outside Saudi Arabia and none had followed recommendations to have a vaccination against the disease. 3 were in their 70s, and the 4th was said to be a 17-year-old Nigerian girl.

The Hamas authorities in the Gaza Strip say they have reached agreement with other Palestinian factions to curb rocket fire into Israel. Fathi Hamad, who acts as Hamas’ Interior Minister, said the groups had agreed to halt all rocket attacks except those carried out in retaliation for Israeli military incursions into Gaza. Hamas has maintained the ceasefire for months but other groups have carried our sporadic cross-border attacks, mostly without causing casualties or damage.

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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

The spiritual leaders of the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches have agreed to press for closer relations following talks in Rome. It was their first meeting since the Pope announced he was setting up a special section within the Roman Catholic Church for disenchanted Anglicans. The Anglican leader, Rowan Williams, said he’d been concerned about the Pope’s over cheers to Anglicans and was pleased to hear that his commitment to dialogue between the two churches was unchanged.

I think it went just as well as I could hope really, I was able to express some of the concerns that many Anglicans feel about the way which the apostolic constitution was handled and if it’s being made public about we moved on from that talk about more positive methods of corporation and he was extremely enthusiastic about the next stage of official dialogue between ... churches.

Democrats in the American senate say they have secured the votes they needed to begin a full debate on a landmark health bill. The bill is designed to secure health care coverage for millions of uninsured Americans but it’s staunchly opposed by the republican minority because of the cost. From Washington, Kim Ghattas reports.

It looks like the democrats will get all the 60 votes they need to pass the motion and send the bill to floor debate in 10 days. 3 centrist democrats have been wavering but ... have now joined their colleagues in the senate. This maybe just a procedural vote but it was built as a crucial test of Democratic Unity.Most of the time bills that clear this hurdle in the senate are eventually past. Senate republicans are united against the 2000-page bill which is designed to rein in cost and expand coverage to millions of uninsured Americans. Republicans say the bill is too costly and will mean heavy handed government intuition into the private insurance sector.

The Sri Lankan government says all the remaining civilians who’d been detained in special camps since the defeat of the Tamil Tigers rebels will be allowed to make visits outside from the beginning of next month. The government said it wanted to close the camps and resettle their inhabitants by the end of January. Charles Havaland reports from Colombo.

The Sri Lankan authorities say they’ve had to investigate each of the Tamil refugees to insure they have no links to the defeated Tigers. They say those scream doff are being rehabilitated but these process and screaming methods haven’t yet been opened to outside scrutiny. Releases and resettlements are now happening more quickly, many people are returning to devastated villages in depopulated countryside. Much of it mined. The de-mining is also in progress. And senior UN diplomat, visiting northern Sri Lanka this week, said returnees will highly resilient.

The only 5 stars hotel in the Afghan capital Kabul has been hit by a rocket which wounded at least 2 people, the rocket struck an outwall of the heavily 45 Serena Hotel where visiting diplomats and officials often stay.

World News from the BBC.

Rescuers are working through the night in northeast China to try to reach more than 60 people trapped by a gas explosion at a coal mine. At least 42 miners were killed in the blast earlier on Saturday at the colliery in Heilongjiang province, near the border with Russia.

Scientists at the Cern nuclear research centre in Europe say they are delighted with the process made after they restarted the large hydro collider on Friday night. They hope to use the collider to recreate conditions which existed at the start of the universe. Pallab Ghosh reports.

After the euphoria of last night, was the euphoria of the morning debrief. Scientists here could scarcely believe their ears when they heard that the Galaxies had accelerated subatomic particles hundreds of thousands of times overnight in both directions. The particle accelerator has done more in a few short hours that it did in 9 days  last year before it broke down. The Galaxies operating team believe that they may have the first low energy collisions by next week and higher energy’s early next year.

Saudi Arabia says 4 people taking part in the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca have died of Swine Flu. The Health Ministry said those who died have come from outside Saudi Arabia and none had followed recommendations to have a vaccination against the disease. 3 were in their 70s, and the 4th was said to be a 17-year old Nigerian girl.

The Hamas authorities in the Gaza Strip say they have reached agreement with other Palestinian factions to curb rocket fire into Israel. Fathi Hamad who acts as Hamas’ interior minister, said the groups had agreed to halt all rocket attacks except those carried out in retaliation for Israeli military incursions into Gaza. Hamas has maintained a ceasefire for months but other groups have carried our sporadic cross border attacks mostly without causing casualties or damage.

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Democrats in united state senate say they secure the vote they needed to begin a full debate on a landmark health bill. The bill is designed to secure health care coverage for millions of uninsured Americans, but it staunchly opposed by the Republican minority because of the cost. Form Washington
It looks like the Democrats will get all the 60 votes they need to pass the motion and send the bill to a floor debate in 10 days. 3 centrist democrats have been waving but have not joined their colleague senate. This maybe just a procedural vote but it was built as a crucial test of Democratic unit. Most of the time bills that clear this hurdle in the senate are eventually past. Senate Republicans are united against the 2000 pages bill which is designed to rein in cost and expand coverage to millions of insured Americans. Republicans say the bill is too costly and will heavy handed government intrusion in private insure sector.

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BBC News with Marian Marshall.
The spiritual leaders of the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches have agreed to press for closer relations following talks in Rome. It was their first meeting since the Pope announced he was setting up a special section within the Roman Catholic Church for disenchanted Anglicans.The Anglian leader ,Rowan Williams,said he'd been concerned about Pope's over cheer to Anglicans and was pleased to hear that his commitment to dialouge between the two churches was unchanged.
I think it just as well as I could hope really,I was able to express some of the concerns that many Anglicans can feel about the way which the aposolic constitution was handled and if it's been made public about we moved on from that talked about the positive methods of corperation and he was extremly enthusiastic about the next stage of official dialouge between our two churches.
Democrats in the United State Senate say they have secured the votes they needdebate on the landmark health bill.The bill is designed to secure health care coverage for millions of uninsured Americans but it’s staunchly opposed by the republican minority because of the cost. From Washington, Kim Ghattas reports.

It looks like the democrats will get all the 60 votes they need to pass the motion and send begin a full the bill to floor debate in 10 days. 3 centrist democrats have been wavering but never none have joined their colleagues in the senate. This maybe just a procedural vote but it was built as a crucial test of Democratic Unity.Most of the time bills that clear this hurdle in the senate are eventually past. Senate republicans are united against the 2000-page bill which is designed to rein in cost and expand coverage to millions of uninsured Americans. Republicans say the bill is too costly and will mean heavy handed government intuition into the private insure sector.
The Sri Lankan government says all the remaining civilians who’d been detained in special camps since the defeat of the Tamil Tigers rebels will be allowed to make visits outside from the beginning of next month. The government said it wanted to close the camps and resettle their inhabitants by the end of January. Charles Havaland reports from Colombo.
The Sri Lankan authorities say they’ve had to investigate each of the Tamil refugees to insure they have no links to the defeated Tigers. They say those scream doff are being rehabilitated but these process and screaming methods haven’t yet been opened to outside scrutiny. Releases and resettlements are now happening more quickly, many people are returning to devastated villages in deep populated countryside. Much of it mined. The de-mining is also in progress. And senior UN diplomat, visiting northern Sri Lanka this week, said returnees will highly resilient.
The only 5 stars hotel in the Afghan capital Kabul has been hit by a rocket which wounded at least 2 people, the rocket struck an outwall of the heavily 45 Serena Hotel where visiting diplomats and officials often stay.

World News from the BBC.

Rescuers are working through the night in northeast China to try to reach more than 60 people trapped by a gas explosion at a coal mine. At least 42 miners were killed in the blast earlier o n Saturday at the colliery in Heilongjiang province, near the border with Russia.

Scientists at the Cern nuclear research centre in Europe say they are delighted with the process made after they restarted the large hydro collide on Friday night. They hope to use the to recreate conditions which existed at the start of the universe. Pallab Ghosh reports.

After the euphoria of last night, was the euphoria of the morning debrief. Scientists here could scarcely believe that airs when they heard that the Galaxies had accelerated subatomic particles hundreds of thousands of times overnight in both directions. The particle accelerator has done more in a few short hours that it did in 9 days in last year before it broke down. The Galaxies operating team believe that they may have the first low energy collisions by next week and higher energy’s early next year.

Saudi Arabia says 4 people taking part in the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca have died of Swine Flu. The Health Ministry said those who died are come from outside Saudi Arabia and none had followed recommendations to have a vaccination against the disease. 3 were in their 70s, and the 4th was said to be a 17-year old Nigerian girl.

The Hamas authorities in the Gaza Strip say they have reached agreement with other Palestinian factions to curb rocket fire into Israel. Fathi Hamad who acts as Hamas’ interior minister, said the group had agreed to halt all rocket attacks except those carried out in retaliation for Israeli military incursions into Gaza. Hamas has maintained a ceasefire for months but other groups have carried our sporadic cross border attacks mostly without causing casualties or damage.

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