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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

The police in Northern Ireland say they are concerned about the escalation in attacks by dissident Republicans. A huge car bomb was left outside the headquarters of the Policing Board in Belfast on Saturday night. It caught fire but didn't explode. In a separate incident, four people were arrested after shots were fired at police. An independent commission recently warned that the paramilitary threat in Northern Ireland was at its highest level in six years. The chairman of the Policing Board, Barry Gilligan, said it wouldn't be deterred from its work.

“This attack last night was an attack upon the entire community because not only the 19 members of the Policing Board who work in that building, but also the staff who work in that building. They're working on behalf of the community. That's the first message. The second message is, we won't be deterred from doing on.”

A leading Iranian reformist and former vice president has been sentenced to six years in prison for organizing mass protests after the disputed presidential election in June. Mohammad Ali Abtahi is the most senior opposition leader to be sentenced so far. Jim Muir reports.

Mr. Abtahi was one of the most familiar figures during the two terms in office of the reformist president, Mohammad Khatami, who won a landslide victory in 1997. A genial figure with a modernist turn of mind, he ran his own blog and website. After Mr. Khatami's withdrawal from the election race this June, Mr. Abtahi campaigned on behalf of one of the other opposition challengers, the former Speaker of Parliament Mehdi Karroubi. He was one of the first to be arrested after the disturbances broke out when it was announced that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had won reelection with a surprisingly large majority.

Iran has begun five days of large-scale air defense exercises to test its ability to protect its nuclear facilities from possible attack. A Revolutionary Guard commander said the exercises would show that Iran could annihilate Israeli planes if they attacked. Israel hasn't ruled out military action to stop Iran obtaining nuclear weapons. Iran says its nuclear program is strictly for peaceful purposes.

Scientists documenting marine life in the deepest parts of the oceans say they have identified more than 17,000 species. Staff working for the Census of Marine Life said the diversity of life in the deep sea was much greater than previously believed. Madeleine Morris reports.

Over 17,500 creatures have now been cataloged inhabiting the dark waters below depth of 200 meters where natural life barely penetrates, the majority of them never before seen. As deep as five kilometers below the surface at pressures that would crush unprotected human, scientists found mud teeming with crabs, starfish and corals. Amongst the more unusual finds were two-meter-long cirrate octopod, an eight-limbed creature nicknamed "Dumbo" because of the large elephant ear-like fins it uses to swim. Scientists also saw a jellyfish as long as a blue whale.

World News from the BBC.

The only cosmonaut in the Soviet space program who wasn't a member of the Communist Party, Konstantin Feoktistov, has died at the age of 83. Feoktistov was a crew member on the Voskhod spacecraft in 1964, the first mission where the crew traveled without space suits. He went on to help develop the Salyuts and Progress craft and the Mir space station.

Exit polls from Romania's presidential election suggest that President Traian Basescu is narrowly ahead of his Social Democrat challenger, Mircea Geoana. Nick Thorpe reports from Bucharest.

Exit polls released within seconds of the end of voting gave President Traian Basescu 32.8%, Mircea Geoana 31.7% and Crin Antonescu 21.8%. If these figures are confirmed by the official count, Mr. Basescu and Mr. Geoana will now face each other in the runoff on the 6th of December. Parallel to the presidential vote, a referendum to reduce the size of parliament, also looks set to succeed. A tough fight can now be expected between the two main candidates for the three million votes which went to other candidates today.”

The Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has arrived in the United States for talks that will cover Afghanistan, climate change and cooperation on nuclear energy. Before he left for Washington, Mr. Singh said it would be a catastrophe for much of Asia if the Taliban were victorious in Afghanistan.

Nigeria's anti-corruption agency has arrested a young man suspected of making tens of thousands of dollars in an Internet fraud and then donating most of the money to his church. Okoro Osagie allegedly conned several Germans and Americans out almost 100,000 dollars by posing as an expatriate entrepreneur in Nigeria seeking a business loan. But investigators say he gave more than 80% of the proceeds to a church in Lagos as tithes and offerings.

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BBC News with Marian Marshall
Police in Northern Ireland say their concern about ascertain in the attacks by decedent republicans. A huge car bomb was left outside of the headquarters of the police in Borden Belfast on Saturday night. It caused a fire, but did not explode, in the separate incident four people were arrested of short spot fight of police. An independent commission recent warned that the paramilitary threat of Northern Ireland was at ist highest level in six years. The chairman of police in board Beren Bligan said he would not be detained from its work.
This a attack last night was a attack upon the entire community, because not only 90 members was placing board who work in that building, but also the staff who work in that building , they are working on behalf of the community, that is the first message, the second message is we will be the target from doing on.

A leading Iranian reformist and former wise president has been sentenced to six years in prison for organizing mass protests of the dispute presidential election in June. Mohammad Ali Abtahi is the most senior opposition leader has been sentenced so far. Jumir reports.

Mr. Abtahi was a one of the familiar figure during the two terms in office of the reformist president Mohammad hatome who won a landslide victory in 1997. A junior figure with the modernist talent of mind he runs his own blog and website. After Mr. hatome withdraw from the election raised this June, mr Abtahi campaign on behalf of the one of the other opposition challengers the former speaker of parliament Made Carobe. He was one of the first to be arrested after the dieter mercy broke out; when he was announced the president Mohammad had one real election with a surprisingly large majority.

Iran has begun 5 days of lager–scale air defense exercises to test its ability to protect its nuclear facilities from possible attack. A revolutionary regard command the exercise is which show Iran could nairnate its really planes if they are attacked. Israel has rolled up military action to stop Iran obtaining nuclear weapons. Iran says its nuclear program is strictly for peaceful purpose.

Scientists documenting marine life in the deepest part of ocean say they were identified more than 17 thousand species, staff working for the center of marine life say the diversity of life in the deep sea was very greater than previous believe. Maleding reprts.

Over 17 and half thousand creatures have now been catalogued in habiting the dark waters below depth of 200 meters when natural light barely penetrated. The majority of them have never before seen. As deep as 5 kilometers below the surface, the pressures that would crash on protect the human. Scientists found matimin with craps start fishing corals. Among the more unusual finds were two meter long secret octeport and 8 limited creatures nickname Dunbe, because the largest elephant yet like things you just to swim. Scientists also saw a jelly fish as long as a blue wear.
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The only cosmen orten, the soviet espace programmer, who was not a member of communist party. Constantine H , has died at the age of 83.    was a cool men, but on the vast count space craft in 1964. The first mission where the crew traveled without space suits, UN helped develop the soil use of progress craft and mea base station.

Excerptors from the Romania presidential election suggested that the president Traian Băsescu is narrowly a social democratic challenger, Mircea Geoană. Nicso proposes from Bucharest.

Excerpostors released within the seconds of the end of voting gave the president Traian Băsescu 32.8%, Mircea Geoană 31.7%, Crin Antonescu 21.8%. it these figures are confirmed by the official accountant, mr Băsescu and mr Geoană will now face each other in the run off on the 5st of December. Parelout of the presidential vote are referendum to reduce the size of the parliament also lockset to succeed at the fight now be expected between the two main candidates for the 3 million votes which went to other candidates today.

The Indian primer minister Manmohan Singh has arrived in the US for talks that will cover Afghanistan, climate change and cooperation on nuclear energy. Before he left for Washington, Mr. Singh said it will be a catastrophe for much of Asia, if it is a Taliban Victorial’s in Afghanistan.

Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency has arrested a young man suspected of making tens of thousand of dollars in the international fraud, and he was donating most of the money to his church.

Mocor a sagi allegedly cons several Germans and Americans at almost 100 thousand dollars by posing as an expatriate entrepreneur in Nigeria, seeking a business loan. But investigators say he more than 80% of the preset to a church in ligou as ties and offerings.
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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

The police in Northern Ireland say they're concerned about the escalation in attacks by dissident Republicans. A huge car bomb was left outside the headquarters of the Policing Board in Belfast on Saturday night. It caught fire but didn't explode. In a separate incident, four people were arrested after shots were fired at police. An independent commission recently warned that the paramilitary threat in Northern Ireland was at its highest level in six years. The chairman of the Policing Board, Barry Gilligan, said it wouldn't be deterred from its work.

“This attack last night was an attack upon the entire community. Because not only the 19 members of the Policing Board who work in that building, but also the staff who work in that building, they're working on behalf of the community. That's the first message. The second message is, we won't be deterred from doing that.”

A leading Iranian reformist and former vice president has been sentenced to six years in prison for organizing mass protests after the disputed presidential election in June. Mohammad Ali Abtahi is the most senior opposition leader to be sentenced so far. Jim Muir reports.

“Mr. Abtahi was one of the most familiar figures during the two terms in office of the reformist president, Mohammad Khatami, who won a landslide victory in 1997. A genial figure with a modernist term of mind, he ran his own blog and website. After Mr. Khatami' withdrawal from the election race this June, Mr. Abtahi campaigned on behalf of one of the other opposition challengers, the former speaker of parliament Mehdi Karroubi. He was one of the first to be arrested after the disturbance has broke out when it was announced that president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had won reelection with a surprisingly large majority.”

Iran has begun five days of large-scale air defense exercises to test its ability to protect its nuclear facilities from possible attack. A Revolutionary Guard commander said the exercises would show that Iran could annihilate Israeli planes if they are attacked. Israel hasn't ruled out military action to stop Iran obtaining nuclear weapons. Iran says its nuclear program is strictly for peaceful purposes.

Scientists documenting marine life in the deepest parts of the oceans said they've identified more than 17,000 species. Staff working for the Census of Marine Life said the diversity of life in the deep sea was much greater than previously believed. Madeleine Morris reports.

“Over 17,500 creatures have now been cataloged inhabiting the dark waters below depth of 200 meters where natural life barely penetrates, the majority of them never before seen. As deep as five kilometers below the surface have pressures that would crush unprotected human, scientists found … with crabs, starfishes and corals. Amongst the more unusual finds were two-meter-long sea... octopod, an eight-limed creature nicknamed 'Dumbo' because of the large elephant ear-like fins that it uses to swim. Scientists also saw a jelly fish as long as a blue whale.”

World news from the BBC.

The only cosmonaut in the Soviet space program who wasn't a member of the Communist Party, Konstantin Feoktistov, has died at the age of 83. Feoktistov was a crew member on the Voskhod spacecraft in 1964, the first mission where the crew traveled without space suits. He went on to help develop the Salyuts and Progress spacecraft and the Mir space station.

Exit polls from Romania's presidential election suggest that president Traian Basescu is narrowly ahead of his Social Democrat challenger, Mircea Geoana. Nick Thorpe reports from Bucharest.

“Exit polls released within seconds of the end of voting gave president Traian Basescu 32.8%,  Mircea Geoana 31.7% and Crin Antonescu 21.8%. If these figures are confirmed by the official count, Mr. Basescu and Mr. Geoana will now face each other in the runoff on the 6th of December. Parallel to the presidential vote, a referendum too will reduce the size of parliament, also look set to succeed. A tough fight can now be expected between the two main candidates for the 3 million votes which went to other candidates today.”

The Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has arrived in the United States for talks that will cover Afghansitan, climate change and cooperation on nuclear energy. Before he left for Washington, Mr. Singh said it will be a catastrophe for much of Asia if the Taliban were victorious in Afghanistan.
Nigeria's anti-corruption agency has arrested a young man suspected of making tens of thousands of dollars in an internet fraud and then donating most of the money to his church. … allegedly conned several Germans and Americans at almost 100,000 dollars by posing as an expatriate entrepreneur in Nigeria seeking a business loan. But investigators say he gave more than 80% of the proceeds to a church in Lagos as ties and offerings.

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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

The police in Northern Ireland say they're concerned about the escalation in attacks by dissident Republicans. A huge car bomb was left outside the headquarters of the Policing Board in Belfast on Saturday night. It caught fire but didn't explode. In a separate incident, four people were arrested after shots were fired at police. An independent commission recently warned that the paramilitary threat in Northern Ireland was at its highest level in six years. The chairman of the Policing Board, Barry Gilligan, said it wouldn't be deterred from its work.

“This attack last night was an attack upon the entire community. Because not only the 19 members of the Policing Board who work in that building, but also the staff who work in that building, they're working on behalf of the community. That's the first message. The second message is, we won't be deterred from doing that.”

A leading Iranian reformist and former vice president has been sentenced to six years in prison for organizing mass protests after the disputed presidential election in June. Mohammad Ali Abtahi is the most senior opposition leader to be sentenced so far. Jim Muir reports.

“Mr. Abtahi was one of the most familiar figures during the two terms in office of the reformist president, Mohammad Khatami, who won a landslide victory in 1997. A genial figure with a modernist term of mind, he ran his own blog and website. After Mr. Khatami' withdrawal from the election race this June, Mr. Abtahi campaigned on behalf of one of the other opposition challengers, the former Speaker of Parliament Mehdi Karroubi. He was one of the first to be arrested after the disturbance has broke out when it was announced that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had won reelection with a surprisingly large majority.”

Iran has begun five days of large-scale air defense exercises to test its ability to protect its nuclear facilities from possible attack. A Revolutionary Guard commander said the exercises would show that Iran could annihilate Israeli planes if they are attacked. Israel hasn't ruled out military action to stop Iran obtaining nuclear weapons. Iran says its nuclear program is strictly for peaceful purposes.

Scientists documenting marine life in the deepest parts of the oceans said they've identified more than 17,000 species. Staff working for the Census of Marine Life said the diversity of life in the deep sea was much greater than previously believed. Madeleine Morris reports.

“Over 17,500 creatures have now been cataloged inhabiting the dark waters below depth of 200 meters where natural life barely penetrates, the majority of them never before seen. As deep as five kilometers below the surface have pressures that would crush unprotected human, scientists found mud teeming with crabs, starfish/ and corals. Amongst the more unusual finds were two-meter-long cirrate octopod, an eight-limed creature nicknamed 'Dumbo' because of the large elephant ear-like fins / it uses to swim. Scientists also saw a jelly fish as long as a blue whale.”

World news from the BBC.

The only cosmonaut in the Soviet space program who wasn't a member of the Communist Party, Konstantin Feoktistov, has died at the age of 83. Feoktistov was a crew member on the Voskhod spacecraft in 1964, the first mission where the crew traveled without space suits. He went on to help develop the Salyuts and Progress craft and the Mir space station.

Exit polls from Romania's presidential election suggest that president Traian Basescu is narrowly ahead of his Social Democrat challenger, Mircea Geoana. Nick Thorpe reports from Bucharest.

“Exit polls released within seconds of the end of voting gave President Traian Basescu 32.8%,  Mircea Geoana 31.7% and Crin Antonescu 21.8%. If these figures are confirmed by the official count, Mr. Basescu and Mr. Geoana will now face each other in the runoff on the 6th of December. Parallel to the presidential vote, a referendum to reduce the size of parliament, also looks set to succeed. A tough fight can now be expected between the two main candidates for the 3 million votes which went to other candidates today.”

The Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has arrived in the United States for talks that will cover Afghansitan, climate change and cooperation on nuclear energy. Before he left for Washington, Mr. Singh said it will be a catastrophe for much of Asia if the Taliban were victorious in Afghanistan.

Nigeria's anti-corruption agency has arrested a young man suspected of making tens of thousands of dollars in an internet fraud and then donating most of the money to his church. … allegedly conned several Germans and Americans at almost 100,000 dollars by posing as an expatriate entrepreneur in Nigeria seeking a business loan. But investigators say he gave more than 80% of the proceeds to a church in Lagos as ties and offerings.

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BBC News with Marian Marshall

The police in Northern Ireland say they are concerned about escalation in attacks by / Republicans.A huge car bomb was left outside the headquarter's of policing board in ? on Saturday night.It caught fire,but didn't explode.In a separate incident,four people were arrested after / fired at police.An independant commission recently warned that the paramilitary threaten Northern Ireland was at his highest level in six years.But the chairman of policing board N said it wouldn't be deter from its work. These attacks last night was attack upon the entire community because not only the 19 members of policing board who work on out the link,but also the stuff who work that link.They are working on behalf of the community,that the first message.Second message we wouldn't be deter from doing on.

A leading Iranian reformist and former vice president has been sentenced to six years in prison for organizing mass protests after the diputed presidential election in June.N is the most senior opposition leader to be sentenced so far.N reports.Mr N was one of the most familiar figures during the two terms in office of the reformist President N who won a landslide victory in 1997.A junior figure with the modernist term of mind,he run his own blog and website.After Mr N's withdraw from the presidential race in June.Mr N campaign on behalf of one of other opposition challenges.The former speaker of the parliament N.He was one of the first arrested after the disturbance's broke out when it was annouced the President N had won re-election with a surprisingly large majority.

Iran has began five days of large scale air defense exercises to test its ability to protect its nuclear facilities from possible attack.A revolution re-guard commander said the exercises would show Iran could annihilate Israeli planes if they are attacked.Israel hasn't rule out military action to stop Iran of attainnig nuclear weapons.Iran says its nuclear programme is strictly for peaceful purposes.

Scientist documenting marine life in the deepest parts of the oceans said they identify more than 17,000 species.Stuff working of the sencess of marine life said the diversity of life in the deep sea was much greater than priviously believed.N reports.Over 17,500 creatures have now been catologued inhabiting the dark water below the depth of 200 metres when nature life barely /.The majority of them never before seen.As deep as 5,000 below the surface,the pressure that would crush unprotected human.Scientist found / with craps star fishing corals amongst more unusual fines were two-meter long //.And eight / creature nicknamed / because of the large elephant / like / use to swim.Scientist aslo saw a / fish as long as a blue whale.

World News from the BBC

The only cosmonaut in the Soviet space program who wasn't a member of the Communist Party, Konstantin Feoktistov, has died at the age of 83. Feoktistov was a crew member on the Voskhod spacecraft in 1964, the first mission where the crew traveled without space suits. He went on to help develop the Salyuts and Progress craft and the Mir space station.
Exit polls from Romania's presidential election suggest that President Traian Basescu is narrowly ahead of his Social Democrat challenger, Mircea Geoana.Nick Thorpe reports from Bucharest.

“Exit polls released within seconds of the end of voting gave President Traian Basescu 32.8%,  Mircea Geoana 31.7% and Crin Antonescu 21.8%. If these figures are confirmed by the official count, Mr. Basescu and Mr. Geoana will now face each other in the runoff on the 6th of December. Parallel to the presidential vote, a referendum to reduce the size of parliament, also looks set to succeed. A tough fight can now be expected between the two main candidates for the 3 million votes which went to other candidates today.”

The Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has arrived in the United States for talks that will cover Afghansitan, climate change and cooperation on nuclear energy. Before he left for Washington, Mr. Singh said it will be a catastrophe for much of Asia if the Taliban were victorious in Afghanistan.

Nigeria's anti-corruption agency has arrested a young man suspected of making tens of thousands of dollars in an internet fraud and then donating most of the money to his church. N allegedly conned several Germans and Americans at almost 100,000 dollars by posing as an expatriate entrepreneur in Nigeria seeking a business loan. But investigators say he gave more than 80% of the proceeds to a church in Lagos as ties and offerings.

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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

The police in Northern Ireland say their concern about the
escalation in attacks by decedent republicans. A huge car bomb was left outside the headquarters of the police in Borden Belfast on Saturday night. It caught a fire, but did not explode, in the separate incident four people were arrested after short spot fight of police. An independent commission recently warned that the paramilitary threatened Northern Ireland was at its highest level in six years. The chairman of police in board Beren Bligan said he would not be … from its work.

This attack last night was a attack upon the entire community, because not only the 90 members were placing board who work in that building, but also the staff who work in that building , they are working on behalf of the community, that is the first message, the second message is we will be … from doing on.

A leading Iranian reformist and former
Vice President has been sentenced to six years in prison for organizing mass protests after the dispute presidential election in June. Mohammad Ali Abtahi is the most senior opposition leader to be sentenced so far. Jim Muir
reports.

Mr. Abtahi was one of the
most familiar figures during the two terms in office of the reformist president Mohammad khatami who won a landslide victory in 1997. A junior figure with the modernist termof mind he ran his own blog and website. After Mr.khatami’s withdraw from the election raised this June,Mr.Abtahi campaign on behalf of the one of the other opposition challengers,the former speaker of parliament
Mehdi Karubi. He was one of the first to be arrested after the disturbance he’s broke out when it was announced the president Mohammad Ahmad nejad had won reelection with a surprisingly large majority.

Iran has begun 5 days of lager–scale air defense exercises to test its ability to protect its nuclear facilities from possible attack. A revolutionary regard
commander said the exercises which show that Iran could annihilate Israeli planes if they are attacked. Israel hasn’t rolled up military action to stop Iran obtaining nuclear weapons. Iran says its nuclear program is strictly for peaceful purposes
.

Scientists documenting marine life in the deepest
parts of the oceans say they have identified more than 17 thousands species, staff working for the sensors of marine life say the diversity of life in the deep sea was very greater than previous believed. Madeleine Morris
reprts.

Over 17 and
a half thousand creatures have now been catalogued in habiting the dark waters below depth of 200 meters when natural light barely penetrates. The majority of them never before seen. As deep as 5 kilometers below the surface,that pressures that would crush on protect human.


Scientists found … with crabs,starfishes and corals. Amongst the more unusual finds were two meter long … octopod and eight-limed creatures nickname Dumbo, because of the large elephant ear-like fins used to swim. Scientists also saw a jelly fish as long as a blue whale.

Word news from BBC.

The only
cosmonaut in the Soviet Space Program,who was not a member of the Communist Party. Konstantin Feoktistov, has died at the age of 83. Feoktistov was a crew member on the Voskhod spacecraft in 1964.The first mission where the crew traveled without space suits.He went on to help develop the Salyuts and Progress craft and Mir Space Station
.

Exit polls from Romania’s presidential election suggested that president Traian Băsescu is narrowly ahead of his social democratic challenger, Mircea Geoană. Nick Thorpe reports
from Bucharest.

Exit polls released within seconds of the end of voting gave president Traian Băsescu 32.8%, Mircea Geoană 31.7%, and Crin Antonescu 21.8%. If these figures are confirmed by the official count, Mr.Băsescu and Mr.Geoană will now face each other in the runoff on the 6th of December.


to the presidential vote,a referendum to reduce the size of the parliament also look set to succeed.A tough fight now be expected between the two main candidates for the 3 million votes which went to other candidates today.

The Indian
Primer Minister Manmohan Singh has arrived in the United States for talks that will cover Afghanistan, climate change and cooperation on nuclear energy. Before he left for Washington, Mr. Singh said it will be a catastrophe for much of Asia, if the Taliban were victorious
in Afghanistan.

Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency has arrested a young man suspected of making tens of thousand of dollars in
an internet fraud, and then
donating most of the money to his church.

… allegedly cons several Germans and Americans at almost 100 thousand dollars by posing as an expatriate entrepreneur in Nigeria, seeking a business loan. But investigators say he
gave more than 80% of the proceeds to a church in Lagos
as ties and offerings.


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BBC NEWS with Marian Mashall.

The police in Northern Ireland say thet concern about the expolition about in attacks by dissident republics.A huge carbomb is left on Saturday  has caoters police  fast on Saturday nightnight.It caused fire but didn't explode. In the ciber incident  four people will be arrested after shot- police.

An independent commission recently warned the parimilitry threaten Northern Ireland was at its highest level in six years.The chairman of the policing board Barry Gillergen said he wouldn't be detered from his work.

This --community, because not only the nineteen members are patient board who worked - but also the stuff who worked--. They are working on behalf of the community .That's first message and second message we won't detered from doing-.

A leading Iranian reformance to former vice president has been sentanced to six years in prison for organizing math protests.After the desputy presidential election in June Mohanmod -- the most senior position leader to be sentenced so far.-- reports.

Mr Arbutahi was one of the familiar figures during the two terms in office of the reformance president Mohanmod Hatomi who won alliance victory in 1997.A ginial will figure with the modernist on Iran his own blog and  website.After Mr Hatami withdraw  from the election racelice with this june.Mr Abudahi campaighs on behalf of one of the other opposition chanllegers the former speaker parliament Mahapalubi he was one of the first to be arrested after he disterm  his broke-out when he annonced the president Mohanmod-   has run election with surprsingly larger majority.

Iran has begun five days  of large scale edefence excises to test the ability to protect its nuclear facilities from possible attack.A revolution reguard commander said the exercises would show that  Iran could niolate its really plans if they attacked.Israil hasn't ruled out military action to stop Iran derning nuclear weapons.Iran says nuclear program is strictly for peacefull purposes.

Scientist documenting  marine life  in the deepest part of the occeans said that identified more than 17,000 species. Stuff working for the science of marine life said the diversity of life in the deep sea was much gteater tahn previously believed.M- reports.

Over 17,000 and a half creatures have now been catalogued in heavy reduc quarter below depth of 200 meters when natual light barely penentrates.The majority of them 've never before seen as deep as 5 killomters below the surface pressures will crash on protected human.

Scientist found  matimine with crimes star fishing ciralls among the usual finds will 2 meter long crered optpard and 8 limdquition named Domberd because the lager elephant - used just to swim.Scientist also saw a shelly fish was as long as a blue will.World news from the BBC.

The only courseman the sowear space program who wasn't the member of the commonance party -- has died at the age of 53 .-- was a crew member on the - space scruff in 1964. The first mission wher the cruel traveled without space suits.He went on to help develop the soil use , progress cruft and the miaf space station.

Expose from - president election suggest that president - - ahead his social democratic challenger Jhonana.-- reports from --.

Actually pose released within seconds of the end of voting gave president-- 32 .8 percent,M Jhonana  31.7 percent  and Q 31.8 percent .If these figures are confirmed by the official count Mr Scholl and Mr Jhoanna will now  face each other in the run of the sixth of December.Piolot the presidential vote a renferendom to reduce the sides of parliament also looks like to succeed .A tuff fight can no be expected between the two main candidates for the 3 million votes which  one to other candidate today .

The Indian prime minister -- has arrived in the United States for talks ,recover Afghanistian, climate change and cooperation on nuclear energy .Before he left for Washington Mr -- said  will be contastrophy  for much of Asia its Taliban victories in Afghanistan .

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BBC news with Marian Marshall.The police in Northern Ireland say that they are concerned about the escalation in attacks by Dissident Republicans.A huge car bomb was left outside the headquaters of the police in board in  Belfast on Saturday night.It caught fire but didn't explode.In a seperate incident four people were arrested after shots were fired at the police.An independent Commision recently warned that the paramilitary threat in Northern Ireland was at its highest level in sixt years.The chairman of the police in board Barry Giligan said he wouldn't be deterred from his work.That attack last night was an attack upon the entire community because not only the 19 members of the police in board who work in that building  but also the staff who are working in that building who are working on behalf of the community that is the first message. The second message is we won't be deterred from doing that.
A leading Iranian reformist and former vice president has been sentenced to six years in prison for organising mass protests after the disputed presidential election in June.MAA is the most senior opposition leader to be scentenced so far.Jumian reports.Mr.A was one of the most familiar figures during the two terms in office of the reformist president MH who won a landslide victory in 1997.A jenial figure with a  modernest term in mind,He ran his own blog and website.After Mr. Hatami's withdrawl from the election race this June,Mr.AH campaigned on behalf of one of the other opposite challengers,the former speaker of Parliament MKB .He was one of the first to be arrested after the disturbance has broke out when it was announced that MHS have won reelection with a surprisingly large majority.
Iran has began five days of large scale air-defence exercises to test its ability to protect its nuclear facilities from possible attack.A revolutionary guard commander says  the exercise would show that Iran could annihilate Israeli planes if they are attacked.Israel hasn't ruled out  military action to stop Iran obtaining nuclear weapons.Iran says its nuclear programme is strictly for peaceful purposes.
Scientists documenting marine life at the deepest parts of the oceans  said they have identified more than 17,000 species. Staff working for the census of marine life said the diversity of life in the deep sea was much greater than previously believed. Madeleine Morris reports.Over 17 hand a half thousand creatures have now been catalogued inhabiting the dark waters below depths of 200 meters when natural light barely penetrates.The majority of them never before seen.As deep as five kilometers below the surface at pressures that would crush unprotected human, Scientists found Mark timy with crabs star fish and corals.Amongst the more unusual finds are two-meter-long cerate octopod and eight limed creature nicknamed dumble because of the large elephant earlike fins it uses to swim.Scientists saw also a jelly fish as long as a blue whale.
World news from the BBC.
The only cosmonaut in the Soviet space programme who wasn't a member of the communist party CcT has died at the age of 83.T was a crew memeber on the voskhod spacecraft in 1964,the first mission where the crew traveled without space suits.He went on to help develop the salyuts and  progress spacecraft at the Mir space station.
Exit-polls from Romanian presidential election suggests that President Trian  is narrowly ahead of his social democratic challenger Metra Geana.Nicrol Sorts reports from bucharest.Exit polls released within seconds of the end of the voting gave President Trian's possess school 32.8%,Metra Geeana 31.7% and Cream at Nan school 21.8%.If these figures are confirmed by the offical count.Mr. possess school,Mr. Geana will now face each other in the run-off on the sixth of December.Parallel to the presidential votes are referendum to reduce the size of the Parliement also looks set to succeed.A tough fight can now be expected between the two main candidates for the three million votes which went to other candidates today.
The Indian prime minister MS has arrived in the US for talks would cover Afghanistan,climate change and cooperation on nuclear energy.Before he left for Washington, Mr.S said it would be a catastrophy for much of Asia if the Taliban were victorious in Afghanistan.
Nigeria's anti-corruption agency has arrested a young man suspected of making tens of thousands of dollars in an internet frawd and then donated much of the money to his church.A AS allegedly conned  several Germans and Americans at almost one hundred thousand dollars by posing as an expatriatic entrepreneur in Nigeria seeking a business loan.But investigators say he gave 80% of the proceeds to a church.

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     The police in Northern Ireland say they are concerned about the escalation in attacks by dissident republicans.A huge car bomb was left outside the headquarters of Police Boarding in Belfast on Saturday night.It caught fire but didn't explode.In a separate incident ,4 people were arrested after shots were fired at police.An independent commission recently warned that paramilitary threat in Northern Ireland was at its highest in 6 years.The chairman of the Police Board,Barry Gilligan said he wouldn't be deterred from its work.
    "This attack last night was targeted upon our entire community.Because not only the 19 members of the Policing Board who work in that building but also the staff who work in that building .They are working on the behalf of the community.That's the first message.The second message is we wouldn't be deterred from doing that."

      A leading Iranian reformist and former vice president has been sentenced to 6 years in prison for orgnizing mass protests after the disbuted presidential election in June.Mohammad ali abtahi is the most senior opposition leader to be sentenced so far.Jim Muir reports.
     Mr.Abtahi was one of the most familiar figures during the two terms in office of the reformist president Mohammad Khatami, who won a landslide victory in 1997.A genial figure with moernist turn of mind,he ran his own blog and website.After Mr.Khatami's withdraw from the election rises this June,Mr.Abtahi compaigned on the behalf of one of other opposition challengers,the former speaker of parlament,Mehdi Karroubi.He was one of the first to be arrested after the disturbs broke out when it was announced president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had won the election with a surprisingly large majority.

      Iran has began five days of large scale air defense exercises to test its ability to protect its new facilties from possible attack.A Revolutionary Guard commander said the exercises would show that Iran could annihilate Israeli planes if they attacked.Israel hasn't ruled out military action to stop Iran attempting nuclear weapons.Iran says its nuclear program is strictly for peaceful purposes.

       Scientists documenting marine life in the deepest parts of the oceans say they've identified more than 17,00 species.Staff working for the census of marine life said the diversity of live in the deep sea was much greater than previouly believed.Madeleine Morris reports.
      Over 17,500 thousand creatures have now been catelogued inhabiting in dark waters below the depth of 200 meters,where natural light barely penetrates.The majority of them never before seen.As deep as 5 kilometers below the surfice has pressures that would crash unprotected human.Scientists found martiny with crabs,starfishes,and corals.Amonst the most unusual finds were two-meter-long xx octopod and 8 limbed creature nicknamed "Dumbo" because of the large elephant ear-like fins uses to swim.Scientists also saw a jelly fish as long as blue whale.


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     The only cosmonaut in the Soviet space program who wasn't a member of the communist party ,Konstantin Feoktistov has died at the age of 83.Feotistov was a crew member on the Voskhod space crafe in 1964.The first mission where the crew travelled without spacesuits.He went on to help develop the Salyuts and Progress craft and Mir space station.

     Exit polls from Romania's presidential election suggest that president Traian Basescu is narrowly ahead of hi social democratic challenger ,Mircea Geoana.Nick Thorpe reports from Bucharest.
    Exit polls released within seconds of the ending of voting,gave president Traian Basescu 32.8%,Mircea Geoana 31.7%,and Crin Antonescu 21.8%.If these figures are confirmed by the official count,Mr.Basescu and Mr.Geoana would now face each other in the runoff on the 6th of December.Parallel to the presidential vote,a referendum to reduce the size of the parlament also look set to succed.A taugh fight can now be expected between the two main candidates for these 3,000,000 votes which went to other candidates today.

      The Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrived in the United States for talks that would cover Afghanistan,climate change,and corperation on nuclear  energy.Before he left for Washington,Mr.Singh said it would be a catastrophe for much of Asia if the Taliban were victorious in Afghanistan.

      Nigeria's anti-corruption agency has arrested a young man suspected of making tens of thousands of dollars in an internet fraud,and then denoting most of the money to his church.xx ,alleged conned several Germans and Americans at almost 100,000 dollars by posing as an expatriate enterpreneur in Nigeria seeking a business loan.But investigators sya he gave more than 80% of preceeds to a church in Lagos as ties and offerings.


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The police in the northern Ireland say their concern about the escalation in attacks by dessident Republicans. A huge car bombing was left outside the headquarters of the policing Board in Belfast on Saturday night. It caused fire but didn't explode. In a separate incident, four people were arrested after the shots were fired at police. And independent commission recently warned that the paramilitary threat in northern Ireland was at its highest level in six years. The chairman of the policing board, Barry Gilligan, said it wouldn't be deterred from its work.

This attack last night was an attack upon the entire community. Because not only the 19 members of the Policing Board who work in that building, but also the staff who work in that building, they are working on behalf of the community. That's the first message. The second message is, we won't be deterred from doing that.

A leading Iranian reformist and former vice president has been sentenced to six years in prison for organizing mass protest after the disputed presidential election in June. Mohammad Ali Abtahi is the most senior opposition leader to be sentenced so far. Jim Muir reports.

Mr Abtahi was one of the most familiar figures during the two terms in office of the reformist president, Mohammad Khatami, who won a landslide victory in 1997. A genial figure with a modernist term of mind, he ran his own blog and website. After Mr Khatami's withdrawl from the election race this June, Mr Abtahi campaigned on behalf of one of the other opposition challengers, the former speaker of parliament Mehdi Karroubi. He was one of the first to be arrested after the disturbance has broke out when it was announced that president Mahmound Ahmadinejad has won reelction with a surprising large majority.

Iran has begun five days of large-scale air defense exercise to test its ability to protest its nuclear facilities from possible attack. A revolutionary Guard commander said the exercises would show that Iran could annihilate Israeli planes if they are attacked. Israel hasn't ruled out military action to stop Iran obtaining nuclear weapons. Iran says its nuclear program is strictly for peaceful purposes.

Scientists documenting marine life in the deepest part of the oceans said they've identified more than 17,000 species. Staff working for the Census of Marine life said the diversity of life in the deep sea was much greater than previously believed. Madeleine Morris reports.

Over 17,500 creatures have now been catalogued inhabiting the dark waters belows depth of 200 meters where natural life barely penetrates, the majority of them never before seen. As deep as 5 kilometers below the surface have pressures that would crush unprotected human, scientists found martin with crabs, starfishes and corals. Amongst the more unusual finds were two-meter-long sea octopod, an eight-limed creature nicknamed Dumbo because of the large elephant ear-like fins that it uses to swim. Scientists also saw a jelly fishi as long as a blue whale.

World News from the BBC

The only cosmonaut in the Soviet space program who wasn't a member of the Communist Party, *** has died at the age of 83. *** was a crew member on the Voskhod spacecraft in 1964, the first mission where the crew traveled without space suits. He went on to help develop the Salyuts and progress spacecraft and the M space station.

Exit polls from Romania's presidential election suggest that president Traian Basescu is narrowly ahead of his social democrat challenger ***. Nick Thorpe reports from Bucharest.

Exit polls released within seconds of the end of the voting gave president Traian Basescu 32.8%, Mircea Geoana 31.7% and Crin Antonescu 21.8%. If these figures are confirmed by the official count, Mr Basescu and Mr Geoana will now face each other in the runoff on the 6th of December. Parallel to the presidential vote, a referendum too will reduce the size of the parliament, also look set to succeed. A tough  fight can now be expected between the main candidates for the 3 million votes which went to other candidates today.

The Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has arrived in the United States for talks that will cover Afghanistan, climate change and cooperation on nuclear energy. Before he left Washington, Mr Singh said it will be a catastrophe for much of the Asia if the Taliban were victorious in Afganistan.

Nigeria's anti-corruption agency has arrested a young man suspected of making tens of thouands of dollars in an internet fraud and then donating most of the money to his church. *** have allegedly conned several Germans and Americans at almost 100,000 dollars by posing as an expatriate entrepreneur in Nigeria seeking a business loan. But investigators say he gave more than 80% of the proceeds to a church in Lagos as ties and offerings.

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The police in north Ireland said they are concerned about the escalation in the attacks by / republicans. A huge car bomb was left outside the headquaters of the policing board on Saturday night. It caused fire but did not explode. In the seperate incident, 4 people were arrested after shots were fired the police.

An independent commission resentely warned the para military threaten northern Ireland was at the highest level in 6 years. The chairman of the policing board Barry Clicton said it wouldn’t be deterred from its work.

This attack last night was upon the entire community, because not only the 19 members of polcing board who worked at the building, but also staff who worked in that building. They are working on the half to the community, that was the second messages we won’t be telling from doing that.

A leading Iranian reformist informed the vice president to be sentenced to 6 years in prison for organizing mass protest of the disputed presidential election in june./ is the most senior opposition leader to be sentenced so far. Jimmyre reports.

Mr w was one of the most familiar figures during the two term in office of the reformist president /, who wants a / victory in 1997.A genious figure with modest turn of mind Iran’s own blog and website.

After Mr / withdrawed from this election races this june,/ campaigned on the half of  one of the other opposition challenges. The foremost / parliament /, he was one of the first  being arrested after the disturbulance broke out when it was announced president / had run a election with a surprizingly large majority.

Iran has began 5-day of large scale air defence exercises to test its ability to protect its nuclear facilities from possible attack. A revolutionary guard commander said the exercises would show Iran’s / playings if they are attacked.Israel has ruled out military action to stop Iran taking nuclear weapons. Iran spokesman said its nuclear programe is used only for peaceful purpose.

Scientists documenting marine life in the deepest part of ocean said they’ve identified more than 17000 species. Staffs working in the centers of marine life say the diversity of life and deep sea was much greater than previous bebiefs. Mattling Morris reports.

Over 17 and a half thousand creature now have been catalogued inhabiting in darking corals below the depth of 200 meters where nature lights barely penetrates. The majority of them never before seen. As deep as 4000 meters below the surface said the pressure could crash on unprotective human. Scientists found / starfishes corals. More unusual founds were 2 meter long sea rate / and 8 lime creature nicknamed numbbird because of its large elephant ear-like fins that use to swim. Scientists also saw a jellyfish as long as a blue whale.

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The only cosmo / sounir space programe who wasn’t remembering the comminence party. Continence was died at the age of 83. / was a crew member on the / spacecraft in 1964,the first mission where the crew travelled without space suits. UN helped to develop the souui’s progress craft and mere space station.

Expost of Rumania presidential election suggest the president / is nowly ahead of his social democratic challenge, Miss Joanna. N proposed from /. Expo relieves with the second of its end of voting gave president / 32.8%, Miss Joanna,31.7% and /,21.8%. if these figures are confirmed by the official account, / and Miss Joanna will face each other in the run-off in the 6th of December.  Paralyze to the presidential vote a referandum to reduce the size of parliament so looked / succeed. A tough fight can now be expected between the 2 main candidates for the 3 million votes which went to other candidates today.

The Indian Prime Minister / has arrived to the United States for talks would cover Afghanistan, climate change and cooperation on nuclear energy. Before he left for washington, Mr / will be a catastrophy for much of Asia its Taliban and Victoria in Afghanistan.

Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency arrested a young man suspected of making tenth of thousands dollars in an internet fraud, and then donating most of moneys to his church. / alledgelly called several German-Americans almost 100 million dollar by posing as a expatriate entreprenaur in Nigeria seeking a business loan. But the investigator said he gave more 80% proceed to a church and laygoes as ties and offerings. BBC news.
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The police in Northern Ireland say they are concerned about the escalation in attacks by * republicans. A huge car bomb has left outside the headquarters of the police in board fast on Saturday night. It caught fire, but did not explode. In the * incident four people were arrested after shots were fired at police. An independent commission recently that the paramilitary threaten Northern Ireland was at its highest level in six years. The chairman of the police board * said it would not be deterred form its work.

This attack last night was the attack upon the entire community. Because not only the nineteen members of the policing board who work in that building, but also the staff who work in that building. They are working on behalf of the community. That’s the first message. The second message is we will be deterred from doing up.

A leading Iranian reformist and former vice president has been sentenced to six years in prison for organizing mass protests after the disputed presidential election in June. * is the most senior leader to be sentenced so far. * reports.

Mr.* was one of the most familiar figures during the two terms in office of the reformist president *, who won a landslide victory in 1997. The genial figure with a modernist turn of mind, he ran his own blog and website. After Mr.* withdrew from the election race this June, Mr.* campaigned for one of the other opposition challengers, the former speaker of the parliament *. He was one of the first to be arrested after the disturbance has broke out when it was announced that president * had won re-election with a surprisingly large majority.

Iran has begun five days of large scale air defense exercises to test its ability to protect its nuclear facilities from possible attack. A revolutionary guard commander said the exercises would show that Iran could * Israeli planes if they attacked. Israel has not ruled out military action to stop Iran obtaining nuclear weapons. Iran says its nuclear program is straightly for peaceful purposes.

Scientists documenting marine life at the deepest parts of the oceans said they’ve identified more than 17,000 species. Staff working for the census of marine life said the diversity of life in the deep sea was much greater than previously believed. * reports.

Over 17,500 creatures have now been catalogued inhabiting the dark waters below depth of 200 meters where natural light barely penetrates, the majority of them never before seen. As deep as five kilometers below the surface had pressures that would crush an unprotected human. Scientists found * of crabs, starfishes and corals. Among the more unusual founds was a two-meter long * and eight limed creature named * because of the large elephant ear-like fins that it uses to swim. Scientists also saw a jelly fish as long as a blue whale.

World news from the BBC

The only * in the Soviet space program who was not a member of the Communist Party, *, has died at the age of 83. * was a crew member on the * spacecraft in 1964, the first mission where the crew traveled without space suits. He went on to help develop the * and progress craft and the * space station.

Exit polls from Romania’s presidential election suggest that president * is narrowly ahead of his social democrat challenger, *. *reports from *.

Exit polls released within seconds of the end of voting gave president * 32.8%, * 31.7% and * 21.8%. If these figures are confirmed by the official count, Mr.* and Mr.* will now face each other in the runoff on the 6th of December. Parallel to the presidential vote, a referendum too will reduce the size of parliament also looks like to succeed. A tough fight can now be expected between the two main candidates for the 3 million votes which went to other candidates today.

The Indian prime minister * has arrived in the United States for talks that will cover Afghanistan, climate change and cooperation on nuclear energy. Before he left for Washington, Mr.* said it would be a catastrophe for much of Asia if the Taliban were victorious in Afghanistan.

Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency has arrested a young man suspected of making tens of thousands of dollars in an Internet fraud and then donating most of the money to his church.* allegedly * several Germans and Americans at almost 100,000 dollars by posing as an expatriate entrepreneur in Nigeria, seeking a business loan. But investigators say he gave more than 80% of the proceeds to a church in * as ties and offerings.

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The police in Northern Ireland said they are concerned about the escalation in attacks by dissident Republicans. A huge car bomb was left outside the headquarters of the police inboard in Belfast on Saturday night. It caught fire but didn't explode. In a separate incident, 4 people were arrested after shots were fired at police. An independent commission recently warned that the paramilitary threaten Northern Ireland was at its highest level in 6 years. The chairman of the policing board Barry Gilligan said it wouldn't be deterred from its work.

"This attack at night was the attack upon the entire community because not only he 19 members in policing board who work in that building, but also the staff who work in that building. They are working on behalf of the community. That's the first message. The second messages we will be deterred from doing that."

A leading Iranian reformist and former vice president has been sentenced to six years in prison for organizing mass protests after the disputed presidential election in June. Mohammad Ali Abtahi is the most senior opposition leader to be sentenced so far. Jim Muir reports.

Mr. Abtahi was one of the most familiar figures during the two terms in office of the reformist president Mohammad Khatami, who won a landslide victory in 1997. A genial figure with the modernest term of mind, he ran his own blog and website, After Mr. Abtahi withdrew form the election race this June, Mr. Abtahi campaigned on behalf of the other opposition challengers, the former speaker of parliament Mehdi Karroubi. He was one of the first to be arrested after the disturbance broke out when it was announced that president / had run reelection with a surprisingly large majority.

Iran has begun 5-day's of large scale air-defense exercises to test its ability to protect its nuclear facilities from possible attack. A revolutionary guard commander said the exercises would show that Iran could annihilate Israeli planes if they attacked. Israel hasn't ruled out military action to stop Iran obtaining nuclear weapons. Iran says its nuclear program is straightly for peaceful purposes.

Scientists documenting marine life in the deepest part of the oceans said they've identified more than 17 thousand species. Staff working for the sensors of marine life said the diversity of life in the deep sea was much greater than previously believed. Madeleine Morris reports.

Over seventeen and a half thousand creatures have now been catalogued in / the dark waters below the depth of 200 meters when natural light bearly penetrates. The majority of them never before seen. As deep as 5 meters below the surface has pressures that would crush on unprotected human. Scientists found mud teeming with crabs, star fish and corals amongst the more unusual finds where 2 meter long sea-rate octopod and 8-limbed creature nick-named "Dumbo" because of the large elephant-ear like fins that uses to swim. Scientists also saw a jelly fish as long as a blue whale.

World news from the BBC.

The only cosmonaut in the Soviet space program who wasn't a member of the Communist Party Konstantin Feoktistov has died at the age of 83. Feoktistov is a crew member on the Voskhod spacecraft in 1964, the first mission where the crew traveled without space suits. He went on to help develop the Salyuts and progress craft and the Mir space station.

Exit polls from Romanian presidential election suggest that president / is narrowly ahead of his social democrat challenger Mircea Geoana. Nick Thorpe reports from Bucharest. Exit polls released within the second of the ending voting gave president Traian Basescu 32.8%, Mircea Geoana 31.7%, Crin Antonescu 21.8%. If these figures are confirmed by the official account, Mr. Basescu and Mr. Geoana will now face each other in the run-off on the 6th of December. Parallel to the presidential vote are referendum to reduce the size of parliament also looks set to succeed. A top fight can now be expected between the two main candidates for the three million votes which went to other candidates today.

The Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has arrived in United States for talks that will cover Afghanistan, climate change and cooperation on nuclear energy. Before he left for Washington, Mr. Singh said, which will be a catastrophe for much of Asia, is that Taliban will be victorious in Afghanistan.

Nigeria's anti-corruption agency has arrested a young man suspected of making tens of thousands of dollars in an internet fraud and then donating most of the money to his church. / had allegedly cunned several Germens and Americans at almost 1 hundred thousand dollars by posing as an ex-patriot entrepreneur in Nigeria seeking a business loan. But the investigators say he gave more than 80% of the proceeds to a church in / as ties and offerings.

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