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The cases of four parliamentarians in Britain have been referred to prosecutors in connection with a scandal of excessive expenses claims by politicians. The * have not been named, but the police say they include members of both the House of Commons and the House of Lords. * reports.

The expenses scandal has now taken another turn. The police say they’ve delivered files of evidence on four parliament’s prosecutors. It will now be for the prosecution service to decide whether they will press charges. But the very fact the files have been handed over suggests the police feel potentially at least there is a case to answer. So the prospect of a mp or a member of the House of Lords having to appear in courts has now a step closer.

Anti-fraud police in Nigeria have set a two-week deadline for * the country’s wealthiest people repay money they borrowed from the banks. The police say they’ve acted because many debtors fail to keep their earlier promises to pay back the money. * reports from Lagos.

This new deadline is the latest attempt by Nigerian anti-fraud police to call back billions of dollars owed to banks here. This summer Nigerian central bank performed an emergency rescue of nine financial institutions that would close to collapse. It had nothing to do with the financial crisis and everything to do with corruption in Nigeria. One reason for the banks’ cash crisis was that wealthy customs who had taken out huge loans were failing to pay them back.

Microsoft has reportedly offered to pay one of the world’s biggest news empires for exclusive Internet access to its news content. Its move could save the end of free news on the Internet. The reports indicate the group of * news cooperation will be paid to remove its material from the Google search engine and put it instead on Microsoft own new service bing. * reports.

One of the great freedoms afforded by the Internet is free news. However, many news organizations and papers like news cooperation’s Wall Street Journal make their money from selling news. These publishes have been struggling to find ways to sell out or put online. Newspapers everywhere is suffering from falling sales and search engines like Google are often criticized for putting these publishes material online where they can be read for free. Proposals by Microsoft to pay news providers to leave Google will be welcomed by publishers, especially at this * trend among other search engines.

Scientists said the Cern, a nuclear research center in Europe said they produced the first particle collisions just three days after the large * collider was restarted after a year long repairs. Cheers broke out in the control room when beams of * particles going opposite directions collided. The scientists hope to recreate the conditions that existed at the start of the universe.

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It’s been * in the Indian parliament over the * of a report which implicates senior figures of a * party (the BJP), and the * of a * seventeen years ago. The incident triggered riots between * and Muslims across India, and led to more than 2,000 deaths. An official report from the * destruction was given to the government in June. According to leagues in the Indian media, the report names the BJP's leader * and the former prime minister *.

The family of an innocent Brazilian man, *, was shot dead by police in London two weeks after suicide attacks in 2005, have reached a deal on compensation with the metropolitan police. The sum of money involved has not been disclosed. Here is *.

The * police unit shot * in a south London station, having mistakenly identified him as who’s saying *. He had fled after attempting to blow up a similar train the day before. The picture of the police operation that’s emerged in the court cases inquiry scenes is one of the police force scrambling to cope with the new and unforeseen development what to do about a failed suicide bomber on the run. There were questions about the surveillance operation than there were communication failures all * in the killing of an innocent unarmed man.

A Belgian man, who was wrongly thought to be in a coma for 23 years, has described his joy after doctors realized he wasn’t in fact conscious. Medical staff had believed * was in a vegetative state after a car crash, but he was simply paralyzed and unable to communicate. His true condition was finally discovered by neurologists using new brain scanning equipment. Communicating through a specially adapted computer, Mr.* said it felt like a second birth. The neurologists believed he made one of many wrongly diagnosed coma cases around the world.

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The cases of 4 parliamentarians in Britain have been referred to prosecutors in connection with the scandal of excessive expenses claims by politicians. The 4 have not been named but the police say they include members of both the House of Commons and the House of Lords. Rob Watson reports. The expenses scandal has now taken another turn. The police say they've delivered files of evidence on 4 parliamentarians to prosecutors. It will now be for the prosecution service to decide whether they will press charges. But the very fact the files have been handed over suggests the police feel potentially at least there is a case to answer. So the prospect of an MP or a member of the House of Lords having to appear in court is now a step closer. Anti-fraud police in Nigeria have set a 2-week deadline for some of the country's wealthiest people to repay money they borrowed from the banks. The police say they’ve acted because many debtors failed to keep their earlier promises to pay back the money. Caroline Duffield reports from Lagos. This new deadline is the latest attempt by Nigeria's anti-fraud police to claw back billions of dollars owed to banks here. This summer Nigeria's Central Bank performed an emergency rescue of 9 financial institutions that were close to collapse. It had nothing to do with the global financial crisis and everything to do with corruption in Nigeria. One reason for the banks' cash crisis was that wealthy customers who had taken out huge loans while failing to pay them back. Microsoft has reportedly offered to pay one of the world's biggest news empires for exclusive Internet access to its news content in a move that could signal the end of free news on the Internet. The reports indicate that Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation will be paid to remove its material from the Google search engine and put it instead on Microsoft's own news service Bing. One of the great freedoms afforded by the Internet is free news. However, many news organizations and papers like news corporations Wall Street Journal made their money from selling news. These publishers have been struggling to find ways to sell out output online. Newspapers everywhere are suffering from falling sales, and search engines like Google are often criticized for putting these publishers' material online where they can be read for free. Proposals by Microsoft to pay news providers leave Google would be welcomed by publishers especially if this started a trend among other search engines. Scientists at the Cern, a nuclear research centre in Europe, say they've produced the first particle collisions just 3 days after the Large Hadron Collider was restarted after year-long repairs. Cheers broke out in the control room when beams of subatomic particles going in opposite directions collided. The scientists hope to recreate the conditions that existed at the start of the universe. BBC News There's been uproar in the Indian parliament over the leaking of report which implicates senior figures of the Hindu nationalist party, the BJP, in the demolition of a mosque in Ayodhya 17 years ago. The incident triggered riots between Hindus and Muslims across India, and led to more than 2,000 deaths. An official report on the Ayodhya destruction was given to the government in June. According to leagues in the Indian media, the report names the BJP's leader LK Advani and the former Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee. The family of an innocent Brazilian man, Jean Charles de Menezes, was shot dead by police in London 2 weeks after suicide attacks in 2005, have reached a deal on compensation with the Metropolitan Police. The sum of money involved has not been disclosed. There is a wrong brumby. The armed police unit shot Jean Charles de Menezes in a south London station, having mistakenly identified him as Hussain Osman. He had fled after attempting to blow up a similar train the day before. The picture of the police operation that's emerged in the court cases in inquiry scenes is one of the police force scrambling to cope with the new and unforeseen development: what to do about a failed suicide bomber on the run. There were questions about the surveillance operation than there were communication failures all communicating in the killing of an innocent unarmed man. A Belgian man, who was wrongly thought to be in a coma for 23 years, has described his joy after doctors realized he was in fact conscious. Medical staff have believed Rom Houben was in vegetative state after a car crash, but he was simply paralyzed and unable to communicate. His true condition was finally discovered by neurologists using new brain scanning equipments. Communicating through a specially adapted computer, Mr Houben said it had felt like a second birth. The neurologists believe he may be one of the many wrongly diagnosed coma cases around the world. BBC News.
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The cases of 4 parliamentarians in Britain have been referred to prosecutors in connection with the scandal over excessive expenses claims by politicians. The 4 have not been named, but the police say they included members of both the House of Commons, and the House of Lords. Rod Watson reports.
The expenses scandal has now taken another turn. The police say they’ve delivered files of evidence on 4 parliamentarians to prosecutors. It will now be for the prosecution service to decide whether they will press charges. But the very fact, the files have been handed over suggests the police feel potentially at least, there’s a case to answer. So the prospects of an MP or a member of the House of Lords having to appear in court, it’s now a step closer.
Anti-fraud police in Nigeria have set a 2-week deadline for some of the country’s wealthiest people to repay money they borrow from the banks. The police say they’ve acted because many debtors failed to keep their earlier promises to pay back the money. Carron Deaphil reports from Lagos.
This new deadline is the latest attempt by Nigeria’s anti-fraud police to claw back billions of dollars owed to banks here. This summer, Nigeria central bank performed an emergency rescue of 9 financial institutions that were close to collapse. It had nothing to do with the global financial crisis, and everything to do with corruption in Nigeria. One reason for the bank’s cash crisis was that wealthy customers, who have taken out huge loans, were failing to pay them back.
Microsoft has reportedly offered to pay one of the world’s biggest news empires for exclusive Internet access to its news content. In a move that could signal the end of free news on the Internet. The report indicate the Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation will be paid to remove its material from the Google search engine, and put it instead on Microsoft’s own news service bin. Ronice Smith reports.
One of the great freedoms afforded by the Internet is free news. However, many news organizations and papers like news corporation’s “Wall street journal” make their money from selling news. These publishers have been struggling to find ways to sell their output online. News papers everywhere are suffering from falling sells. And search engines like Google are often criticized for putting these publishers’ material online, where they can be read for free. Proposals by Microsoft to pay news providers to leave Google will be welcome by publishers especially if this started a trend among other search engines.
Scientists at the CERN, a nuclear research center in Europe, said they produced the first particle collisions just 3 days after the large hadron collider was restarted after year-long repairs. Cheers broke out in the control room when beams of sub-atomic particles going in opposite directions collided. The scientists hope to recreate the condition that existed at the start of the universe.
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There’s been uproar in the Indian parliament over the leaking of report which implicate senior figures of the Hindu nationalist party BJP in the demolition of a mosque in Ayodhya 17 years ago. The incident triggered riots between Hindus and Muslins across India and led to more than 2 thousand deaths. An official report on the Ayodhya destruction was given to the government in June. According to leagues in the Indian media, the report named the BJP’s leader LK Adfany and former prime minister Ader Baharig Pyie.
The family of an innocent Brazilian man Shon Shalice Jomanis were shot dead by police in London 2 weeks after suicide attacks in 2005 have reach a deal on compensation with the Metropolitan Police. The sum of money involved has not been disclosed. Here’s Rod Broomby.
The armed police unit shot Shon Shalice Jomanasis in the south London station having mistakenly identified him as Hussain Osman. He had fled after attempting to blow up a similar train the day before. The picture of the police operation that emerged in the court cases inquiry scenes is one of the police false scrambling to cope with the new
unforeseen development. What to do about the failed suicide bomber on the run? There were questions about the surveillance operation than there were communication failures all communicating in the killing of an innocent unarmed man.

A Belgian man who was wrongly thought to be in a coma for 23 years has described his joy after doctors realize he were in fact conscious. Medical staff have believed Room Hooben was in a vegetative state after a car crash, he is simply paralyzed and unable to communicate. His true condition was finally discovered by neurologists using new brain scanning equipment. Communicating through a specially adapted computer, Mr. Hooban said it felt like a second birth. The neurologists believe he may be one of the many wrongly diagnosed coma cases around the world.
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The cases of four parliamentarians in Britain have been referred to prosecutors in connection with the scandal of excessive expenses by politicians. The four have not been named but police say they include members of both House of Commons and House of Lords. Rob Watson reports.
The expense scandal has now taken another term. The police say they’ve delivered files of evidence on four parliamentarians to prosecutors. It will now be the prosecutor service to decide whether they will press charges. But the very fact that files have been handed over suggests the police feel potentially at least there is a case to answer. So the prospect of an MP or a member of the House of Lords having to appear on courts is now a step closer.

Anti-fraud police in Nigeria has set a two-week deadline for all of the country’s wealthiest people to repay money they borrow from the banks. The police say they’ve acted because debtors failed to keep their early promises to pay back the money. Caroline Duffield reports from Lagos.
This new deadline is the latest attempt by Nigeria’s anti-fraud police to claw back the billions of dollars owed to banks there. This summer Nigeria’s central bank performed an emergency rescue of nine financial institutions that were close to collapse. It has nothing to do with the global financial crisis and everything to do with corruption in Nigeria. One reason for the bank’s cash crisis was the wealthy customs who have taken up huge loans while failing to pay them back.

Microsoft has reportedly offered to pay one of the world’s biggest news empires for exclusive internet access to its news content in a move that could signal the end of the free news on the internet. The report indicates that Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation will be paid to remove its material from the Google search engine and put in instead on Microsoft’s own news service being. Norman Smith reports.
One of the great freedoms afford by the internet is free news, however, many news organisation and papers like news cooperations Wall Street Journal make their money from selling news. These publishers have been struggling to find ways to sell out output on line. Newspapers everywhere are suffering from falling sales and search engines like Google are often critised for putting this published material on line where they can be read for free. Proposals by Microsoft to pay news providers to ____will be welcomed by publishers, especially if this started a trend among other search engines.

Scientist at the Cern, the nuclear research in Europe, said they have produced the first particle collisions just three days after the Large Hadron Collider was restarted after a-year-long repair. Cheers broke out in control room when beams of sub-atomic particles going in opposite directions collided. The scientist hoped to recreate conditions that existed at the start of the universe.

BBC news.

There’s been an uproar in the Indian parliament over the leaking of report which indicated senior figures of the Hindu nationalist party, the BJP, in the demolition of a mosque in Ayodhya 17 years ago. The incident triggered riots between Hindus and Muslims across India and led to more than 2,000 deaths. AN official report on the Ayodhya destruction was given to the government in June. Acoording to leagues in the India's media ,the report named the BJP's leader LK Advani and former Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee.

The family of an innocent Brazilian man Jean Charles de Menezes who was shot dead by police in London two weeks after suicide attacks in 2005, have reached a deal in compensation with the Metropolitan police. The sum of money involved has not been disclosed. Here’s ____________.
The armed police unit shot Jean Charles de Menezes in a south London station, having been identified as Hussain Osman. He had fled after attempting to blow up a similar train the day before. The picture of the police operation that’s emerged in the court cases in inquiry scenes is one of the police force scrambling to cope with the new and unforeseen development: what to do about the failed suicide bomber on the run. There were questions about the surveillance operation and there were communication failures, all common in the killing of innocent unarmed man.

A Belgian man who was wrongly thought to be in a coma for 23 years has described his joy after doctors realising he was in fact conscious. Medical staff have believed Rom Houben was in vegetative state after a car crash, but he was simply paralysed and unable to communicate. His true condition was finally discovered by neurologists using new brain scan equipment. Communicating through a specially adapted computer, Mr. Houben said he felt about a second birth. The neurologists believe he may be one of the many wrongly diagnosed coma cases around the world.

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The case of four parliamentarians in Britain have been refereed to prosecutors in connection with the scandal over excessive expense claims by politicians. The four have not being named, but the police said they included members of both House of Commons and House of Lords. Robordensen reports.

The expenses scandal has now taken another turn, the police said they will deliever the files of evidence on four parliamentarians to prosecutors. It will now be for the prosecution service to decide whether they were press charges. But the very effective files had been handed over suggests the police feel potentially at least various cases to answer, so the prospects and MP all are members of the House of Lords having to appear in court is now stepped closer.

Antifraud police in Nigeria have set a two week deadline for throughout the country wealthiest people to repay money they borrowed from the banks. The police say they will active because many debtors failed to keep their early promises to pay back the money. Karoline Dafie reports from Negaos.

This new deadline is the least attempt by Nigeria’s antifraud police to callback billions of dollars owned to banks here. This summer Nigeria’s central bank performed an emergency rescue of nine financial institutions that were close to clapse. It had nothing to do with the global financial crisis, and everything to do with corruption in Nigeria. One reason for the banks’ cash crisis was that wealth customers who had taken out huge loans were falling to pay them back.

Microsoft has reportedly offered to pay one of the world’s biggest news empires for exclusively internet excess to its news content. It moved that could signal the end of free news on the internet, the reports indicate that group of model news cooperation will be paid to remove its material from the Google search engine, and put it instead on Microsoft own new service bean. Rorlimis reports.

One of the great freedoms offered by the internet is free news. However, many news organizations and papers like news cooperation Wall Street Journal make their money from selling news. These publishers have been struggling to find ways to sell their output online. Newspapers everwhere suffering from falling sales and search engines like Google are often criticized of putting these publishers’ materials online where they can be read for free. But personals by Microsoft to pay news providers to leave Google will be welcomed by publishers, especially of this tart of trend among other search engines.

Scientists at the CERN, nuclear research center in Europe said they produced the first particle collisions just three days after the large hatron collider was restarted after a year long repairs. Cheers broke up at the control room when beam of subtropical partials go in a opposite directions collided. The scientists hope to recreate the conditions at the start of universe.  
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There's being upbord in the Indian parliament over the likirian report which implicate the senior figure of Hindu nationalist party the BGP in the nomination of the masking Ayouju 17 years ago, the incident triggered the riots particular the Hindu and Muslim across Indian led to more than 2000 death. Official report from the Ayouju destruction was given to the government in June according to leaks in the Indian media, the report names the MG peace’s leader /and former Prime Minister /.

The family of un-innocent Brazilian man Malizs was shot dead by police in London two weeks after suicide attacks in 2005, had reached a deal on compensation with a metropolitan police, some of money involved has not been disclosed. Here is  /.

The police station shot Malizs in the south London station, having mistakenly identified him as Hosain Osman. He had fled after attempting to blow up a similar train the day before. The picture of the police operation that was emerged in the court cases of inquiry sense is one of the police force scrambbling to cope with a new and unforeseen development. What to do about a fear suicide bomber on the run they will questions about the surveillance operation then they will communication failure all cumulating in the killing of a innocent unarmed man.

A Belgian man who was wrongly thought to be a commer for 23 years to descript this joy after the doctors realized that he was not in fact conscious. Medical staff believed Roman Huben was in a vegetable state on to car crash. He was simply paralyzed unable to communicate. His true conditions were finally discovered by neurologist using new brine scanning equipment. Communicating through a special adopted computer, Mr Huben said it was felt like a second birth. Neurologist believed there may be many wrong diagnosis cases around the world.

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The cases of 4 parliamentarians in Britain are being referred to prosecutors in connection with the scandal over excessive expenses claims by politicians. The 4 have not been named, but the police say they included members of both the House of Commons, and the House of Lords. Rod Watson reports.


The expenses scandal has now taken another turn. The police say they’ve delivered files of evidence on 4 parliamentarians to prosecutors. It will now be for the prosecution service to decide whether they will press charges. But the very fact, the files have been handed over suggests the police feel potentially at least, there’s a case to answer. So the prospects of an MP or a member of the House of Lords having to appear in court, it’s now a step closer.


Anti-fraud police in Nigeria have set a 2-week deadline for some of the country’s wealthiest people to repay money they borrow from the banks. The police say they’ve acted because many debtors failed to keep their earlier promises to pay back the money. Carron Deaphil reports from Lagos.


This new deadline is the latest attempt by Nigeria’s anti-fraud police to claw back billions of dollars owed to banks here. This summer, Nigeria central bank performed an emergency rescue of 9 financial institutions that were close to collapse. It had nothing to do with the global financial crisis, and everything to do with corruption in Nigeria. One reason for the bank’s cash crisis was that wealthy customers, who have taken out huge loans, were failing to pay them back.


Microsoft has reportedly offered to pay one of the world’s biggest news empires for exclusive Internet access to its news content. In a move that could signal the end of free news on the Internet. The report indicate the Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation will be paid to remove its material from the Google search engine, and put it instead on Microsoft’s own news service Bing. Ronice Smith reports.


One of the great freedoms afforded by the Internet is free news. However, many news organizations and papers like news corporation’s “Wall street Journal” make their money from selling news. These publishers have been struggling to find ways to sell their output online. News papers everywhere are suffering from falling sells. And search engines like Google are often criticized for putting these publishers’ material online, where they can be read for free. Proposals by Microsoft to pay newsproviders to leave Google will be welcome by publishers especially if this started a trend among other search engines.


Scientists at the CERN, a nuclear research center in Europe, said they produced the first particle collisions just 3 days after the Large Hadron Collider was restarted after year-long repairs. Cheers broke out in the control room when beams of sub-atomicparticles going in opposite directions collided. The scientists hope to recreate the condition that existed at the start of the universe.


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There’s been uproar in the Indian parliament over the leaking of report which implicates senior figures of the Hindu nationalist party BJP in the demolition of a mosque in Ayodhya 17 years ago. The incident triggered riots between Hindus and Muslins across India and led to more than 2 thousand deaths. An official report on the Ayodhya destruction was given to the government in June. According to leagues in the Indian media, the report named the BJP’s leader LK Adfany and former prime minister Ader Baharig Pyie.


The family of an innocent Brazilian man Shon Shalice Jomanis were shot dead by police in London 2 weeks after suicide attacks in 2005 have reach a deal on compensation with the Metropolitan Police. The sum of money involved has not been disclosed. Here’s Rod Broomby.


The armed police unit shot Shon Shalice Jomanasis in the south London station having mistakenly identified him as Hussain Osman. He had fled after attempting to blow up a similar train the day before. The picture of the police operation that emerged in the court cases inquiry scenes is one of the police false scrambling to cope with the new unforeseen development. What to do about the failed suicide bomber on the run? There were questions about the surveillanceoperation than there were communication failures all communicating in the killing of an innocent unarmed man.


A Belgian man who was wrongly thought to be in a coma for 23 years has described his joy after doctors realize he were in fact conscious. Medical staff have believed Room Hooben was in a vegetative state after a car crash, he is simply paralyzed and unable to communicate. His true condition was finally discovered by neurologists using new brain scanning equipment. Communicating through a specially adapted computer, Mr. Hooban said it felt like a second birth. The neurologists believe he may be one of the many wrongly diagnosed coma cases around the world.


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The cases of 4 parliamentarians in Britain are being referred to prosecutors in connection with the scandal over excessive expenses claims by politicians. The 4 have not been named, but the police say they included members of both the House of Commons, and the House of Lords. Rod Watson reports.
The expenses scandal has now taken another turn. The police say they’ve delivered files of evidence on 4 parliamentarians to prosecutors. It will now be for the prosecution service to decide whether they will press charges. But the very fact, the files have been handed over suggests the police feel potentially at least, there’s a case to answer. So the prospects of an MP or a member of the House of Lords having to appear in court, it’s now a step closer.
Anti-fraud police in Nigeria have set a 2-week deadline for some of the country’s wealthiest people to repay money they borrow from the banks. The police say they’ve acted because many debtors failed to keep their earlier promises to pay back the money. Carron Deaphil reports from Lagos.
This new deadline is the latest attempt by Nigeria’s anti-fraud police to claw back billions of dollars owed to banks here. This summer, Nigeria central bank performed an emergency rescue of 9 financial institutions that were close to collapse. It had nothing to do with the global financial crisis, and everything to do with corruption in Nigeria. One reason for the bank’s cash crisis was that wealthy customers, who have taken out huge loans, were failing to pay them back.
Microsoft has reportedly offered to pay one of the world’s biggest news empires for exclusive Internet access to its news content. In a move that could signal the end of free news on the Internet. The report indicate the Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation will be paid to remove its material from the Google search engine, and put it instead on Microsoft’s own news service Bing. Ronice Smith reports.
One of the great freedoms afforded by the Internet is free news. However, many news organizations and papers like news corporation’s “Wall street Journal” make their money from selling news. These publishers have been struggling to find ways to sell their output online. News papers everywhere are suffering from falling sells. And search engines like Google are often criticized for putting these publishers’ material online, where they can be read for free. Proposals by Microsoft to pay newsproviders to leave Google will be welcome by publishers especially if this started a trend among other search engines.
Scientists at the CERN, a nuclear research center in Europe, said they produced the first particle collisions just 3 days after the Large Hadron Collider was restarted after year-long repairs. Cheers broke out in the control room when beams of sub-atomicparticles going in opposite directions collided. The scientists hope to recreate the condition that existed at the start of the universe.
BBC NEWS.
There’s been uproar in the Indian parliament over the leaking of report which implicates senior figures of the Hindu nationalist party BJP in the demolition of a mosque in Ayodhya 17 years ago. The incident triggered riots between Hindus and Muslins across India and led to more than 2 thousand deaths. An official report on the Ayodhya destruction was given to the government in June. According to leagues in the Indian media, the report named the BJP’s leader LK Adfany and former prime minister Ader Baharig Pyie.
The family of an innocent Brazilian man Shon Shalice Jomanis were shot dead by police in London 2 weeks after suicide attacks in 2005 have reach a deal on compensation with the Metropolitan Police. The sum of money involved has not been disclosed. Here’s Rod Broomby.
The armed police unit shot Shon Shalice Jomanasis in the south London station having mistakenly identified him as Hussain Osman. He had fled after attempting to blow up a similar train the day before. The picture of the police operation that emerged in the court cases inquiry scenes is one of the police false scrambling to cope with the new unforeseen development. What to do about the failed suicide bomber on the run? There were questions about the surveillanceoperation than there were communication failures all communicating in the killing of an innocent unarmed man.
A Belgian man who was wrongly thought to be in a coma for 23 years has described his joy after doctors realize he was in fact conscious. Medical staff have believed Room Hooben was in a vegetative state after a car crash, he is simply paralyzed and unable to communicate. His true condition was finally discovered by neurologists using new brain scanning equipment. Communicating through a specially adapted computer, Mr. Hooban said it felt like a second birth. The neurologists believe he may be one of the many wrongly diagnosed coma cases around the world.
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The cases of four parliamentarians in Britain are being referred to prosecutors in connection with the scandal over excessive expenses claims by politicians. The four have not been named, but the police say they include members of both the House of Commons, and the House of Lords. Rod Watson reports.

 

The expenses scandal has now taken another turn. The police say they’ve delivered files of evidence on four parliamentarians to prosecutors. It will now be for the prosecution service to decide whether they will press charges. But the very fact, the files have been handed over suggests the police feel potentially at least, there’s a case to answer. So the prospect of an MP or a member of the House of Lords having to appear in court is now a step closer.

 

Anti-fraud police in Nigeria have set a 2-week deadline for some of the country’s wealthiest people to repay money they’d borrowed from the banks. The police say they’ve acted because many debtors fail to keep their earlier promises to pay back the money. Caroline Duffield reports from Lagos.

 

This new deadline is the latest attempt by Nigeria’s anti-fraud police to claw back billions of dollars owed to banks here. This summer, Nigeria’s central bank performed an emergency rescue of nine financial institutions that were close to collapse. It had nothing to do with the global financial crisis, and everything to do with corruption in Nigeria. One reason for the bank’s cash crisis was that wealthy customers, who had taken out huge loans, were failing to pay them back.

 

Microsoft has reportedly offered to pay one of the world’s biggest news empires for exclusive Internet access to its news content. In a move that could signal the end of free news on the Internet. The reports indicate that Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation will be paid to remove its material from the Google search engine, and put it instead on Microsoft’s own news service Bing. Ronice Smith reports.

 

One of the great freedoms afforded by the Internet is free news. However, many news organizations and papers like News Corporation’s Wall street Journal make their money from selling news. These publishers have been struggling to find ways to sell their output online. News papers everywhere are suffering from falling sells. And search engines like Google are often criticized for putting these publishers’ material online, where they can be read for free. Proposals by Microsoft to pay news providers to leave Google will be welcome by publishers especially if this started a trend among other search engines.

 

Scientists at the CERN, a nuclear research center in Europe, say they have produced the first particle collisions just three days after the Large Hadron Collider was restarted after year-long repairs. Cheers broke out in the control room when beams of sub-atomic particles going in opposite directions collided. The scientists hope to recreate the conditions that existed at the start of the universe.

 

BBC News.

 

There’s been an uproar in the Indian parliament over the leaking of a report which implicates senior figures of the Hindu nationalist party BJP in the demolition of a mosque in Ayodhya 17 years ago. The incident triggered riots between Hindus and Muslims across India and led to more than two thousand deaths. An official report on the Ayodhya destruction was given to the government in June. According to leaks in the Indian media, the report names the BJP’s leader LK Adfany and the former Prime Minister Ader Baharig Pyie.

 

The family of an innocent Brazilian man Shon Shalice Jomanis who was shot dead by police in London two weeks after suicide attacks in 2005, have reached a deal on compensation with the Metropolitan Police. The sum of money involved has not been disclosed. Here’s Rod Broomby.

 

The armed police unit shot Shon Shalice Jomanasis in the south London station having mistakenly identified him as Hussain Osman. He had fled after attempting to blow up a similar train the day before. The picture of the police operation that’s emerged in the court cases and inquiry scenes is one of the police force scrambling to cope with the new and unforeseen development: what to do about a failed suicide bomber on the run? There were questions about the surveillance operation than there were communication failures, all / in the killing of an innocent unarmed man.

 

A Belgian man who was wrongly thought to be in a coma for 23 years has described his joy after doctors realized he was in fact conscious. Medical staff had believed Room Hooben was in a vegetative state after a car crash, but he was simply paralyzed and unable to communicate. His true condition was finally discovered by neurologists using new brain scanning equipment. Communicating through a specially adapted computer, Mr. Hooban said it felt like a second birth. The neurologists believe he may be one of the many wrongly diagnosed coma cases around the world.

 

BBC News.

 

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本帖最后由 karlning 于 2009-11-29 15:52 编辑

1.excessive expenses-claims
中间有一个破折号。

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2.[the very fact] (,)[the files have been handed over] suggests……
结实:应该是同位语结构,中间无需加一个“,”号,加了一个逗号破坏了整个句子的结构。

3.注释:
CERN =Centre Européen de Recherche Nucléaire (European Nuclear Research Centre)
Large Hadron Collider=大型强子对撞机
beams of sub-atomic particles=亚原子粒子束。亚原子粒子(或称次原子粒子)是指比原子还小的粒子。例如:电子、中子、质子、介子、夸克、胶子、光子等等。(维基百科)

4.There’s been in an uproar……
uproar的用法:be in (an) uproar(朗文当代辞典)


5.what to do about a failed suicide bomber on the run.
用句号比较合适,播音员的口气也是陈述句。


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BBC news with Mark Pose.
The case is four parliamentarians in Britain have been refereed to prosecutors in connections with scandals excessive expense claims by politicians. The form was not being named, but the police said they included members of both House of Commons and House of Lords. Robordensen reports.

The expenses scandal has now taken another turn, the police said they will deli eve the files of evidence on four parliamentarians to prosecutors. They were now being for the prosecution service to decide whether they were press charges. But the very effective files had been handed over suggests the police feel potentially at least various cases to answer, so the prospects and MP all members of the House of Lords having to appear in court is now stepped closer.

Antifraud police in Nigeria have set a two week deadline for throughout the country wealthiest people to repay money they borrowed from the bank. The police say they will active because many debtors failed to keep their early promises to pay back the money. Karen Dafie reports from Negaos.

This new deadline is the least attempt by Nigeria’s antifraud police to callback billions of dollars owned to banks here. This summer Nigeria’s central bank performed an emergency rescue of nine financial institutions that were close to claps. It had nothing to do with the global financial crisis, and everything to do with corruption in Nigeria. One reason for the banks’ cash crisis was that wealth customs who had taken out huge loans were falling to pay them back.

Microsoft has reportedly offered to pay one of the world’s biggest news empires for exclusively internet exercises to its news content. It moved that could signal could end the free news in the internet, the reports indicate that group of model news cooperation will be paid to remove its materials from the Google serve changing, and put it instead on the Microsoft anew service bean. Rorlimis reports.

One of the great freedoms offered by the internet is free news; however, many news organizations and papers like news cooperation wostrit journal make their money from selling news. These publishers have been struggling to find the ways to sell their output online. Newspapers ever    suffering from falling sales and search engines like Google often criticize of putting these publishers’ materials online where they can be read for free. But personals by Microsoft to pay news providers to leave Google will be welcomed by publishers, especially of this tart of trend among other search engines.

Scientists from the CERN, nuclear research center in Europe said they produced the first particle collisions just three days after the large hejron calede was restarted after a year long repairs. Cheers broke up at the control room when beam of subtropical partials go in a opposite directions claidid. The scientists hope to recreate the conditions at the start of universe.  
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A Belgian man who was wrongly thought to be a comer for 23 years to descript this joy after the doctors realized that he was not in fact conscious. Medical staff believed Roman Huben was in a vegetably state on to car crash. He was simply paralyzed unable to communicate. His true conditions were finally discovered by neurologist using new brine scanning equipment. Communicating through a special adopted computer, Mr Huben said it was failed a second birth. Neurologist believed he may want many wrong diagnosis cases around the world.
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The cases of four parliamentarians in Britian are being refered to prosectuers in connections with scandal excessive expense claims by politicans,the four have not been named,but the police said they include members both of house of commons and the house of lords, Rod watson reports.
The expenses scandal has not taken another turn,the police say they've delivered file of evidence on four parliamentarians prosectuers

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