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President Obama is to go to Copenhagen early next month, for the start of United Nations Climate Change Summit and will propose major cuts in greenhouse gas emissions. The White House said the targets would include a 30% emissions cut by 2025 rising to 83% by 2050. This has been growing pessimism about the ability of the summit to produce any substantial deal. / reports.

Up until now there was some speculation over whether President Barack Obama would attend the UN Climate Change Conference. According to a White House official, the president will arrive in Copenhagen for the start of the summit and will then travel to the Norwegian capital Oslo where he is due to collect the Nobel peace prize. At least 65 heads of state and government will attend the conference but unlike President Obama, most are expected to take part during its final days. The head of the United Nations Climate Change secretariat Yvo de Boer said the world was looking to US to offer a goal for cutting greenhouse gas emissions and to offer money to help developing nations cope with global warming.

President Obama is to make a long awaited announcement on Tuesday on American strategy in Afghanistan. He will tell the American people how many extra troops he’s decided to send there to fight the Taliban. Paul Adams reports.

The president’s address on Tuesday will be one of the key moments of his first year in office. It’s thought he will commit in excess of 30,000 additional troops to the fight in Afghanistan and lay out how he intends in his words, to finish the job. Mr Obama hopes to be in office for two four-year terms and he says he wants to complete the Afghan mission before he steps down. Today his spokesman, Robert Gibbs, said the US will not remain in Afghanistan for another 8 to 9 years, adding that speeding up the training of Afghan security forces was imperative.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has proposed a ten-month restriction on new residential building in Jewish settlements in West Bank, in a move aim to encourage the resumption of peace talks with the Palestinians. However, the restrictions will not apply in East Jerusalem and the Palestinians have already made clear that limitation is not acceptable. The US Mid East envoy George Mitchell said while Washington didn’t accept the legitimacy of continued settlements, Israeli move was a positive one.

While they fall short of a full free, we believe the steps announced by the Prime Minster are significant and could have substantial impact on the ground. For the first time ever, an Israeli government will stop housing approvals and all new construction of housing units.

Rare heavy rain storms have hampered the start of annual Muslim pilgrimage the Hajj in this the Saudi Arabian city of Mecca. The authorities warned the estimated three million pilgrims to take care in the rain which hasn’t fallen so hard during the hajj in years.

BBC News.

Diplomats at the United Nations have stressed the needs to protect civilians. / and the UN backed military campaign against Rwandan HUTU rivals in Eastern Congo. There was speaking after a close door session of the Security Council which was called to discuss a report suggesting that the UN backed operation in Congo had failed.

The European chief of the American car maker General Motors says most of the job losses planed for the company’s troubled European unit, Opel, will occur in Germany, / about 9000 jobs would go,. But none of the four Opel factories in Germany will close. Mr Reilly said the future of Opel’s plan in Belgium, was uncertain.

A court in Switzerland has approved a bail application from the film director Roman Polanski who is facing possible extradition to the Untied States. More than 30 years ago, he pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13 year-old girl but fled from America before being sentenced. He’s been held in a Swiss jail since September after being arrested in Switzerland at the request of the United States. Imogen Foulkes reports from the Swiss capital Bern.

It’s highly unusually for extradition subjects to be granted in bail in Switzerland. Roman Polanski’s first application was refused. This time, the film director offered almost 4.5 million dollars in bail money and the surrender of his passport. He will also have an electronic tag and live under virtual house arrest at his chalet in the Swiss Alps. the court ruled these conditions should be enough to prevent him fleeing back into France.

Two of the ceremonial guards at the Tower of London best known as Beefeaters have been dismissed following an investigation into allegations that they bullied a female colleague. Moira Cameron who joined the guards two years ago was the first woman Beefeater since they were formed more than 500 years ago.
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      President Obama is to go to Copenhagen early next month for the start of United Nation's climate change summit and will propose major cuts in green house gas emission.The White House said the target wound include 30% emissions cut by 2025, rising to 83% by 2050.There has been growing pessimism in the ability of the summit to produce any substantial deal.*reports.
         Up till now,there are some speculation whether President Barack Obama will attend UN climate change conference.According to a White House official,Obama will arrive in Copenhagen for the start of the summit and then travel the Norwegian capital Oslo where he is due to collect the Nobel Peace Prize.At least 65 heads of state in government will attend the conference,but unlike President Obama,most are expected to take part during its final days.
           The head of United Nation's climate change Secretary Yvo de Boer said the world was looking to United States to offer a goal of cutting green house gas emissions and to offer money to help developing nations cope with global warming.
President Obama is to make a long awaited announcement on Tuesday on American strategy in Afghanistan,he will tell the American people how many extra troops he's decided to send there to fight the Taliban.Pole Adom's report. President Obama's address on Tuesday will be one of the key moment of his first year in office,it's thought he will commit in excess of 30,000 additional troops to the fight  Afghanistan and lay out how he intends in his words to finish the job.Presideng Obama wants to be in office for two four-year terms and he says he wants to complete the Afghan mission before he steps down.
Today his spokesman Robert Gibbs said the U.S.will not remain in Afghanistan for another 8 or 9 years,adding that the speeding up the training of Afghan's security forces was imperative.
     Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has proposed a 10-month restriction on new residential building in Jewish settlements in the west bank.The move aims to encourage the resumption of peace talk with the palestinian.However the restriction will not apply in Jerusalem and the Palestinians have already made it clear that limitation is not acceptable.The U.S Mid East envoy Geoge Mitchell said while Washington don't accept the legitimacy of continued settlements,Israeli move was a positive one.
           While they fall short of full freeze,we believe the steps announced by Prime Minister are significant and could have substantial impact on the ground.For the first time ever,Israeli government will stop housing approvals and all new construction of housing units.
         Rare heavy rain storms have hampered the start of annual Muslim pilgrimage the Hajj in this the Saudi Arabian city of Mecca.The authorities warned the estimated 3 million pilgrim to take care in the rain which has fallen so hard during the hajj in years.BBC News.
Diplomat of United States have stressed the need to protect the civilians,caught up in the UN backed military campaign against Rwandan Hudu rivals in eastern Congo.
They were speaking after a closed-door session of this Security Council which was called to discuss report suggesting the UN backed operation in Congo had failed.
      The European chief of American carmaker General Motors says most of the job losses planned for the company's troubled European unit Opel will occur in Germany.Nick Reilly said about 9000 jobs would go,but none of the four Opel factories in Germany would close.Mr.Reilly said the future of Opel's plant in Belgium is uncertain.
          A court in Switzerland has approved a bail application form the film director Romen Polanski who is facing possible extradition to the United States.More than 30 years ago,he pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old girl.but flied from America before being sentenced.He has been held in a Swiss jail since September after being arrested in Switzerland at the request of the United States.Imogen Foulkes reports from the Swiss capital Bern.
         It's highly unusual for extradition subjects to be granted bail in Switzerland,Romen Polanski's first application was refused.This time the film director offers almost four and a half million dollars in bail money and the surrender of his passport.He will also have an electronic tag and live under virtual house arrest at his chalet in this resort.The court ruled this conditions should be enough to prevent him fleeing into France.
          Two of the ceremonial guards at the Tower of London best known as Beefeaters have been dismissed following an investigation into allegations that they bullied a female colleague. Moira Cameron who joined the guards two years ago was the first woman Beefeater since they were formed more than 500 years ago.
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BBC News with Sue Montgomery.

President Obama is to go to Copenhagen early next month, for the start of United Nations Climate Summit and will propose major cuts in greenhouse gas emissions. The White House said the targets would include a 30% emissions cut by 2025 rising to 83% by 2050. This has been growing pessimism about the ability of the summit to produce any substantial deal. / reports.

Up until now there was some speculation over whether President Barack Obama would attend the UN Climate Change Conference. According to a White House official, the president will arrive in Copenhagen for the start of the summit and will then travel to the Norwegian capital Oslo where he is due to collect the Nobel peace prize. At least 65 heads of state and government will attend the conference but unlike Mr Obama, most are expected to take part during its final days. The head of the United Nations Climate Change secretariat Yvo de Boer said the world was looking to US to offer a goal for cutting greenhouse gas emissions and to offer money to help developing nations cope with global warming.

President Obama is to make a long awaited announcement on Tuesday on American strategy in Afghanistan. He will tell the American people how many extra troops he’s decided to send there to fight the Taliban. Paul Adams reports.

The president’s address on Tuesday will be one of the key moments of his first year in office. It’s thought he will commit in excess of 30,000 additional troops to the fight in Afghanistan and lay out how he intends in his words, to finish the job. Mr Obama hopes to be in office for two four-year terms and he wants to complete the Afghan mission before he steps down. Today his spokesman, Robert Gibbs, said the US will not remain in Afghanistan for another 8 to 9 years, adding that speeding up the training of Afghan security forces was imperative.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has proposed a ten-month restriction on new residential building in Jewish settlements in West Bank, in a move aim to encourage the resumption of peace talks with the Palestinians. However, the restrictions will not apply in East Jerusalem and the Palestinians have already made clear that limitation is not acceptable. The US Mid East envoy George Mitchell said while Washington didn’t accept the legitimacy of continued settlements, Israeli move was a positive one.

While they fall short of a full freeze. We believe the steps announced by the Prime Minster are significant and could have substantial impact on the ground. For the first time ever, an Israeli government will stop housing approvals and all new construction of housing units.

Rare heavy rain storms have hampered the start of annual Muslim pilgrimage the Hajj in this the Saudi Arabian city of Mecca. The authorities warned the estimated three million pilgrims to take care in the rain which hasn’t fallen so hard during the hajj in years.

BBC News.

Diplomats at the United Nations have stressed the needs to protect civilians. / and the UN backed military campaign against Rwandan HUTU rivals in Eastern Congo. There was speaking after a close door session of the Security Council which was called to discuss a report suggesting that the UN backed operation in Congo had failed.

The European chief of the American car maker General Motors says most of the job losses planed for the company’s troubled European unit, Opel, will occur in Germany, / about 9000 jobs would go,. But none of the four Opel factories in Germany will close. Mr Reilly said the future of Opel’s plan in Belgium, was uncertain.

A court in Switzerland has approved a bail application from the film director Roman Polanski who is facing possible extradition to the Untied States. More than 30 years ago, he pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13 year-old girl but flew from America before being sentenced. He’s been held in a Swiss jail since September after being arrested in Switzerland at the request of the United States. Imogen Foulkes reports from the Swiss capital Bern.

It’s highly unusually for extradition subjects to be grabbed in bail in Switzerland. Roman Polanski’s first application was refused. This time, the film director offered almost 4.5 million dollars in bail money and the surrender of his passport. He will also have an electronic tack and live under virtual house arrest at his chalet in the Swiss Alps. the court ruled these conditions should be enough to prevent him fleeing back into France.

Two of the ceremonial guards at the Tower of London best known as Beefeaters have been dismissed following an investigation into allegations that they bullied a female colleague. Moira Cameron who joined the guards two years ago was the first woman Beefeater since they were formed more than 500 years ago.

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BBC news with Sue Montgomery

President Obama is to go to Copenhagen early next month for the start of the United Nations Climate Change Summit and will propose major cuts in green gas house emissions. The White House said the targets would include a 30% emissions cut by 2025 rising to 83% by 2050. There's being growing pessimism about the ability of the summit to produce any substantial deal./ reports.

Up until now there were some speculations over whether President Barack Obama would attend the UN climate change conference. According to a White House official, the president will arrive in Copenhagen for the start of the summit and will then travel to Norwegian capital Oslo where his due to collect the Nobel Peace Prize. At least 65 heads of state and government will attend the conference, but unlike President Obama, most are expected to take part during its final days. The head of United Nations Climate Change secretariat Yvo de Boer said the world is looking to the US to offer a goal for cutting green house gas emissions and to offer money to help developing nations cope with global warming.

President Obama has to make a long-awaited announcement on Tuesday on American strategy in Afghanistan. He will tell the American people how many extra troops he's decided to send there to fight the Taliban. Paul Adams reports.

The president's address on Tuesday will be one of the key movements of his first year in office. It's thought he will commit in excessive 3000 additional troops to the fight in Afghanistan and lay out how he intends in his words to finish the job. Mr. Obama hopes to be in office for two year terms and he says he wants to complete Afghan mission before he steps down. Today, his spokesman Robert Gibbs said US will not remain in Afghanistan for another eight or nine years adding the speeding-up of the training of Afghan security forces was imperative.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has proposed a ten month restriction on new residential building in Jewish settlements in the West Bank and a move aim to encourage the resumption of peace talk with the Palestinians. However the restrictions will not apply in east Jerusalem. And the Palestinians has already made clear that limitation is not acceptable.The US Mideast envoy George Mitchell said that Washington didn't accept the / of continued settlements. Israeli move was a positive one.

Well, they for sure of a full free. We believe the steps announced by the prime minister are significant and could have substantial impact on the ground. For the first time ever, an Israeli government will stop housing approvals and all new construction of housing unit.

Rare heavy rain storms have hampered the start of the annual Muslim pilgrimage in / Haji and the / city of Mecca. The authorities warned the estimated 3 million pilgrims to take care in the rain which hasn't fallen so hard during the Haji in years.BBC news.

Diplomats of United Nations have stressed the need to protect civilians,cut up in the UN back to military campaign against Rwandan Hutu rebels in eastern Congo. They were speaking after a close-door session of the security council which was called to discuss report suggesting that US backed up operation in Congo had failed.

The European chief of the American car makers General Motos says most of job losses planned for the company's troubled European unit Oppo will occur in Germany.Nick Reilly said about 9000 jobs could go.But none of the four Oppo factories in Germany will close. Mr. Reily said the future of Oppo's plant in Belgium was uncertain.

According to Switzerland they've approved bail application from the film director Roman Polanski who's facing possible extradition to the United States. More than 30 years ago he plead guilty to having sex with a 13 old girl but fled from America before being sentenced. He's been held in a Swiss jail since September after being arrested in Switzerland at the request of the United States. / reports from the Swiss capital Bern.

It's highly unusual for extradition subjects to be granted bail in Switzerland. Roman Polanski's first application was refused. This time the film director offered almost four and half million dollars in bail money and the surrender of his passport.He will also have an electronic tag and live under virtue healthy arrest at his shelly in /. The court ruled these conditions should be enough to prevent him fleeing back to France.

Two of these ceremonial guards at the tower of London best known as beefeaters have been dismissed following an investigation into allegations for they bullied a female colleague.Moira Cameron who joined the guard was the first woman beefeater since they were formed more than 500 years ago.

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President Obama is to go to T early next month for the start of the united nation’s climate change summit and will propose major cuts in greenhouse gas emissions. The White House said the targets would include 30% emission cut by 2025, rising to 83% by 2050. This has been growing pessimism about the ability of the summit to produce any substantial deal.
Upon until now, some speculation about weather Brack Obama would attend the UN climate change conference. According to a White House official, the president will arrive in K H for the start of the summit, then travel to the O capital xx where he is due to collect the Nobel peace prize. At least 65 heads of states in government will attend the conference, but unlike president Obama, most are expected to take part during its final days. The head of the United Nation’s climate change secretary E said the world is looking at the US to offer a goal in green house gas emissions and offer money to help developing nations cope with global warming.
President Obama is to make a long way to announcement on Tuesday on American’s strategy in Afghanistan, he will tell American people how many extra troops he’s decided to sent there, fight the T.
The president address on Tuesday will be one of the key moments of his first year in office. It’s thought he will commit excess 30,000 additional troops to the fight in Afghanistan, and layout how he intends in his words to finish the job. Mr. Obama hopes to be in office two four year terms and he says he want to accomplish the mission in Afghanistan before he step down. Today, his spokesman R K said the US would not remain in Afghanistan for another eight or nine years, adding the speeding of the training of Afghanistan security forces was imperative.  
Israeli prime minister xx has proposed ten months restriction on new residential building in xx in the west bank and moving to encourage resumption of peace talks with the P. however, the restrictions were not applied to any xx, and the P had already made it clear that limitation is not acceptable.
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President Obama is to go to * early next month for the start of the United Nations Climate Change Summit and would propose major counts in Green House gas emissions.  The White House said the target would have killed 50 percent emissions cut by 2025 rising 83 percent by 2050, this been growing pessimism about the ability of the summit to produce any substential deal and * reports.

"Up till now there were some speculation over whether President BaracK Obama would attend the UN Climate Change Conference.  According to a White House official the President would arrive Copenhagen for the start of the summit and then travel to the Norway captain Oslo for his due to collect the Nobel Peace Prize.  At least 65 heads of State and governmental attend the conference but President Obama most are expected to take part during its final days.  The head of United Nations Climate Changes secretary * said the world was looking to the US to offer a go for cutting greenhouse gas emissions and to offer money to help developing nations cope with global warming.

President Obama is to make a long await announcement on Tuesday on the American strategy in Afghanistan.  He will tell the American people how many extra troops he decides to send there to fight the Taliban.  * reports.

The President's adress on Tuesday will be one of the key moments of his first year in office.  It's thought he'll committ in excess of 30 thousand additional troops to the fight of Afghanistan and lay out how he intense in his words to finish the job.  Mr. Obama hopes to be in office for 2 4-year-terms and he says he wants to complete the Afghan mission before he steps down. Today his spokeman Roberts * said the US would not remain in Afghanistan for another 8 to 9 years.  And the speeding of the training of Afghan security forces was imperative.

Isreali Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has proposed 10 monthly restriction on new residential building in Jewish settlement in the west bank.  The move aim to encourage the resumption of peace talks with Palestinians.  However the restrictions will not apply in east *.  And the Palestinians have already made clear that limitation is not acceptable.  The US Mid East envoy George said while Washington didn't accept the legitimacy of continued settlements Isreali's move was a positive one.  "While they fall short of a full free, we believe the steps announce by the Prime Minister are significant and could have substential impact on the ground.  For the fist time ever, an Isreali government will stop housing approvals and all new construction of housing units."

Rare heavy rain storms have hampered the start of the annual Muslim pilgrimage the hajj in city of *.  The authorities warned the estimated 3 million pilgrims to take care of the rain which hasn't fallen so hard during the hajj in years.

BBC News.

Diplomats at the United Nations have stressed the need to protect civilians.  the UN backed military campaign against * rivals in east Congo.  They were speaking after a closed-door session of the security council which was called to discuss the report suggesting the UN back operation in Congo has failed.

The European Chief of the American car maker General Motors says most of jobs losses planed for the company's troubled European Unit, opel, will occur in Germany * about 9 thousand jobs could go.  But none of the 4 opel factories in Germany will close.  Mr. * said the future of opel's plan in Belgium was uncertain.

A court in Switzerland has approved a bail application from the film director Roman * who's facing possible extradition to the United States.  More than 30 years he pleaded guity having sex with a 13-year-old girl but flight from American before being sentenced.  He's been held in a Swiss jail since September after being arrested in Switzerland at the request of the United States.  * reports from the Swiss Captain Bern.

It's highly unusall for extradition subject to be grabbed in bail in Switzerland Roman * first application was refused.  This time the film director offered almost 4 and a half million dollars in bail money and the surrender of his passport.  He will aslo have an electronic tack and live under the virtual house arrest at his chalet in the Swiss Alps.  The court rules these conditions should be enough to prevent him fleeing back to France.

The ceremonial guards of the tower of London best known as Beefeaters have been dismissed following an investigation into allegations that they bullied a female collegue.  * who joined the guards 2 years ago was the first woman beefeater since they were formed more than 500 years ago.

BBC news.
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President Obama is to go to Copenhagen early next month for the start of the United Nations' climate change summit and will propose major cuts in greenhouse gas emissions. The White House said the target would include a 30% emissions cut by 2025 rising to 83% by 2050. There's been growing pessimism about the ability of the summit to produce any substantial deal. M Tears reports.
Up until now there was some speculation over whether president Brack Obama would attend the UN climate change conference. According to a White House official, the President will arrive in Copenhagen for the start of the summit and will then travel to the Norwegian capital Osol where he is due to collect the Nobel peace prize. At least 65 heads of state and government will attend the conference but unlike president Obama most are expected to take part during its final days. The head of United Nations' climate change's secretariat said the world was looking to the US to offer a goal for cutting greenhouse gas emissions and to offer money to help developing nations cope with global warming.
President Obama is to make a long awaited announcement on Tuesday on American strategy in Afhganistan. He will tell the American people how many extra troop he decided to send there to fight the Taliban. Paul Adams reports.
The president's adress on Tuesday will be one of the key moments of his first year in office. It's thought he will commit in excesse of 30,000 additional troops to the fight in Afhganistan and lay out how he intends , in his words, to finish the job. Mr Obama hopes to be in office for two four-year terms and he says he want to complete the Afhgan mission before he steps down. Today his spokesman Robert Gabbs says the US will not remain in Afhganistan for another 8 or 9 years adding that speeding up the training of Afhgan security forces was imperative.
The Isreali prime minister Benjamin Nateryaho has proposed the 10-month restriction on new residential building in Jewish settlements in the West Bank. The move aimed to encourge the resumption of peace takes with the Palestinians. However, the restriction will not applay in East Jerusalem and the Palestinians have already made it clear that limitation is not acceptable. The US mid-East envoy Gorge said while Washington didn't accept the legitimacy of continue settlements, the Isreali move was a positive one.
While they fall short of full free, we believe the steps announced by the prime minister are significant and could have substaintial impact on the ground. For the first time ever, an Isreali government will stop housing approvals and all new construction of housing units.
Rare heavy rain storms have hampered the start of the annual Muslim pilgrimage the Hajj in this the Saudi Arabian city of Mecca. The authorities warned the estimated 3,000,000 pilgrimos to take care in the rain which haven't fallen so hard during the Hajj in years.
BBC news.
Diplomats at the United Nations have stressed the needs to protect cililians cut up in the UN backed military campaign against Rwandan Huto rebels in eastern Congo. There was speaking after an closed-door session of the security council which was called to discuss a report suggesting that the UN backed operation in Congo had failed.
The European chief of the American car maker General Motors says most of the job loses planned for the company's troubled European Unit Opel will occur in Germany. Nick Rouly said about 9,000 jobs could go, but none of the 4 Opel factories in Germany will close. Mr Rouly said the future of Opel's plan in Belgium was uncertain.
A court in Switzerland has approved a bail application frome the film director Rome Plansiky who is facing possibal extradition to the United States. More than 30 years ago he pleaded guity to having sex with 13-year old girl, but flew from America before being sentenced. He is being held in a Swiss jail since Sepetember after being arrested in Switzerland under the request of the United States. reports from the Swiss capital Ben.
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It’s highly unusually for extradition subjects to be grabbed in bail in Switzerland. Roman Polanski’s first application was refused. This time, the film director offered almost 4.5 million dollars in bail money and the surrender of his passport. He will also have an electronic tack and live under virtual house arrest at his chalet in the Swiss Alps. the court ruled these conditions should be enough to prevent him fleeing back into France.

Two of the ceremonial guards at the Tower of London best known as Beefeaters have been dismissed following an investigation into allegations that they bullied a female colleague. Moira Cameron who joined the guards two years ago was the first woman Beefeater since they were formed more than 500 years ago.

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BBC News with Sue Montgomery.

President Obama is to go to Copenhagen early next month, for the start of United Nations Climate Change Summit and will propose major cuts in greenhouse gas emissions. The White House said the targets would include a 30% emissions cut by 2025 rising to 83% by 2050. This has been growing pessimism about the ability of the summit to produce any substantial deal. / reports.

Up until now there was some speculation over whether President Barack Obama would attend the UN Climate Change Conference. According to a White House official, the president will arrive in Copenhagen for the start of the summit and will then travel to the Norwegian capital Oslo where he is due to collect the Nobel peace prize. At least 65 heads of state and government will attend the conference but unlike President Obama, most are expected to take part during its final days. The head of the United Nations Climate Change secretariat Yvo de Boer said the world was looking to US to offer a goal for cutting greenhouse gas emissions and to offer money to help developing nations cope with global warming.

President Obama is to make a long awaited announcement on Tuesday on American strategy in Afghanistan. He will tell the American people how many extra troops he’s decided to send there to fight the Taliban. Paul Adams reports.

The president’s address on Tuesday will be one of the key moments of his first year in office. It’s thought he will commit in excess of 30,000 additional troops to the fight in Afghanistan and lay out how he intends in his words, to finish the job. Mr. Obama hopes to be in office for two four-year terms and he says he wants to complete the Afghan mission before he steps down. Today his spokesman, Robert Gibbs, said the US will not remain in Afghanistan for another 8 to 9 years, adding that speeding up the training of Afghan security forces was imperative.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has proposed a ten-month restriction on new residential building in Jewish settlements in West Bank, in a move aim to encourage the resumption of peace talks with the Palestinians. However, the restrictions will not apply in East Jerusalem and the Palestinians have already made clear that limitation is not acceptable. The US Mid East envoy George Mitchell said while Washington didn’t accept the legitimacy of continued settlements, Israeli move was a positive one.

While they fall short of a full free, we believe the steps announced by the Prime Minster are significant and could have substantial impact on the ground. For the first time ever, an Israeli government will stop housing approvals and all new construction of housing units.

Rare heavy rain storms have hampered the start of annual Muslim pilgrimage the Hajj in this the Saudi Arabian city of Mecca. The authorities warned the estimated three million pilgrims to take care in the rain which hasn’t fallen so hard during the hajj in years.

BBC News.

Diplomats at the United Nations have stressed the needs to protect civilians. / and the UN backed military campaign against Rwandan HUTU rivals in Eastern Congo. There was speaking after a close door session of the Security Council which was called to discuss a report suggesting that the UN backed operation in Congo had failed.

The European chief of the American car maker General Motors says most of the job losses planed for the company’s troubled European unit, Opel, will occur in Germany, / about 9000 jobs would go. But none of the four Opel factories in Germany will close. Mr Reilly said the future of Opel’s plan in Belgium, was uncertain.

A court in Switzerland has approved a bail application from the film director Roman Polanski who is facing possible extradition to the Untied States. More than 30 years ago, he pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13 year-old girl but fled from America before being sentenced. He’s been held in a Swiss jail since September after being arrested in Switzerland at the request of the United States. Imogen Foulkes reports from the Swiss capital Bern.

It’s highly unusual for extradition subjects to be granted in bail in Switzerland. Roman Polanski’s first application was refused. This time, the film director offered almost 4.5 million dollars in bail money and the surrender of his passport. He will also have an electronic tag and live under virtual house arrest at his chalet in the Swiss Alps. The court ruled these conditions should be enough to prevent him fleeing back into France.

Two of the ceremonial guards at the Tower of London best known as Beefeaters have been dismissed following an investigation into allegations that they bullied a female colleague. Moira Cameron who joined the guards two years ago was the first woman Beefeater since they were formed more than 500 years ago.


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BBC News with Sue Montgomery.

President Obama is to go to Copenhagen early next month, for the start of United Nations Climate Change Summit and will propose major cuts in greenhouse gas emissions. The White House said the targets would include a 30% emissions cut by 2025, rising to 83% by 2050. There has been growing pessimism about the ability of the summit to produce any substantial deal.
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Up until now there was some speculation over whether President Barack Obama would attend the UN Climate Change Conference. According to a White House official, the president will arrive in Copenhagen for the start of the summit and will then travel to the Norwegian Capital Oslo where he is due to collect the Nobel Peace Prize. At least 65 heads of state and government will attend the conference but unlike President Obama, most are expected to take part during its final days. The head of the United Nations Climate Change secretariat Yvo de Boer said the world was looking to US to offer a goal for cutting greenhouse gas emissions and to offer money to help developing nations cope with global warming.

President Obama is to make a long awaited announcement on Tuesday on American strategy in Afghanistan. He will tell the American people how many extra troops he’s decided to send there to fight the Taliban. Paul Adams reports.

The president’s address on Tuesday will be one of the key moments of his first year in office. It’s thought he will commit in excess of 30,000 additional troops to the fight in Afghanistan and lay out how he intends in his words, "to finish the job". Mr. Obama hopes to be in office for two four-year terms and he says he wants to complete the Afghan mission before he steps down. Today his spokesman, Robert Gibbs, said the US will not remain in Afghanistan for another 8 to 9 years, adding that speeding up the training of Afghan security forces was imperative.

Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has proposed a ten-month restriction on new residential building in Jewish settlements in
the West Bank, in a move aim to encourage the resumption of peace talks with the Palestinians. However, the restrictions will not apply in East Jerusalem and the Palestinians have already made clear that limitation is not acceptable. The US Middle East envoy, George Mitchell, said while Washington don’t accept the legitimacy of continued settlements, Israeli
move was a positive one.

"While they fall short of a full freeze. We believe the steps announced by the Prime Minster are significant and could have substantial impact on the ground. For the first time ever, an Israeli government will stop housing approvals and all new construction of housing units."

Rare heavy rain storms have hampered the start of annual Muslim pilgrimage the Hajj in this the Saudi Arabian city of Mecca. The authorities warned the estimated three million pilgrims to take care in the rain which hasn’t fallen so hard during the
Hajj
in years.

BBC News.

Diplomats at the United Nations have stressed the needs to protect civilians / the UN backed military campaign against Rwandan Hutu rivals in Eastern Congo. There was speaking after a close door session of the Security Council which was called to discuss a report suggesting that the UN back-up operation in Congo had failed.

The European chief of the American car maker General Motors says most of the job losses planed for the company’s troubled European unit, Opel, will occur in Germany, Nick Reilly says about 9000 jobs
could go, But none of the four Opel factories in Germany will close. Mr.
Reilly said the future of Opel’s plan in Belgium, was uncertain.

A court in Switzerland has approved a bail application from the film director, Roman Polanski, who is facing possible extradition to the Untied States. More than 30 years ago, he pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13 year-old girl but
fled from America before being sentenced. He’s been held in a Swiss jail since September after being arrested in Switzerland at the request of the United States. Imogen Foulkes reports from the Swiss Capital
Bern.


It’s highly unusually for extradition subjects to be grabbed in bail in Switzerland. Roman Polanski’s first application was refused. This time, the film director offered almost 4.5 million dollars in bail money and the surrender of his passport. He will also have an electronic tack and live under virtual house arrest at his chalet in the Swiss Alps. The court ruled these conditions should be enough to prevent him fleeing back into France.

Two of the ceremonial guards at the Tower of London best known as Beefeaters have been dismissed following an investigation into allegations that they bullied a female colleague. Moira Cameron, who joined the guards two years ago, was the first woman Beefeater since they were formed more than 500 years ago.

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BBC News with Sue Montgomery.

President Obama is to go to Copenhagen early next month, for the start of United Nations Climate Change Summit and will propose major cuts in greenhouse gas emissions. The White House said the targets would include a 30% emissions cut by 2025 rising to 83% by 2050. This has been growing pessimism about the ability of the summit to produce any substantial deal. / reports.

Up until now there was some speculation over whether President Barack Obama would attend the UN Climate Change Conference. According to a White House official, the president will arrive in Copenhagen for the start of the summit and will then travel to the Norwegian capital Oslo where he is due to collect the Nobel peace prize. At least 65 heads of state and government will attend the conference but unlike Mr Obama, most are expected to take part during its final days. The head of the United Nations Climate Change secretariat Yvo de Boer said the world was looking to US to offer a goal for cutting greenhouse gas emissions and to offer money to help developing nations cope with global warming.

President Obama is to make a long awaited announcement on Tuesday on American strategy in Afghanistan. He will tell the American people how many extra troops he’s decided to send there to fight the Taliban. Paul Adams reports.

The president’s address on Tuesday will be one of the key moments of his first year in office. It’s thought he will commit in excess of 30,000 additional troops to the fight in Afghanistan and lay out how he intends in his words, to finish the job. Mr Obama hopes to be in office for two four-year terms and he wants to complete the Afghan mission before he steps down. Today his spokesman, Robert Gibbs, said the US will not remain in Afghanistan for another 8 to 9 years, adding that speeding up the training of Afghan security forces was imperative.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has proposed a ten-month restriction on new residential building in Jewish settlements in West Bank, in a move aim to encourage the resumption of peace talks with the Palestinians. However, the restrictions will not apply in East Jerusalem and the Palestinians have already made clear that limitation is not acceptable. The US Mid East envoy George Mitchell said while Washington didn’t accept the legitimacy of continued settlements, Israeli move was a positive one.

While they fall short of a full freeze. We believe that the steps announced by the Prime Minster are significant and could have substantial impact on the ground. For the first time ever, an Israeli government will stop housing approvals and all new construction of housing units.

Rare heavy rain storms have hampered the start of annual Muslim pilgrimage the Haji in the southern Saudi Arabian city of Mecca. The authorities warned the estimated three million pilgrims to take care in the rain which hasn’t fallen so hard during the hajj in years.

BBC News.

Diplomats at the United Nations have stressed the needs to protect civilians. Cutup and the UN backed military campaign against Rwandan HUTU rivals in Eastern Congo. There was speaking after a close door session of the Security Council which was called to discuss a report suggesting that the UN backed operation in Congo had failed.

The European chief of the American car maker General Motors says most of the job losses planed for the company’s troubled European unit, Opel, will occur in Germany, / said about 9,000 jobs would go.But none of the four Opel factories in Germany will close. Mr Reilly said the future of Opel’s plan in Belgium, was uncertain.

A court in Switzerland has approved a bail application from the film director Roman Polanski who is facing possible extradition to the Untied States. More than 30 years ago, he pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13 year-old girl but fled from America before being sentenced. He’s been held in a Swiss jail since September after being arrested in Switzerland at the request of the United States. Imogen Foulkes reports from the Swiss capital Bern.

It’s highly unusually for extradition subjects to be grabbed in bail in Switzerland. Roman Polanski’s first application was refused. This time, the film director offered almost 4.5 million dollars in bail money and the surrender of his passport. He will also have an electronic tag and live under virtual house arrest at his chalet in the Swiss Alps. The court ruled these conditions should be enough to prevent him fleeing back into France.

Two of the ceremonial guards at the Tower of London best known as Beefeaters have been dismissed following an investigation into allegations that they bullied a female colleague. Moira Cameron who joined the guards two years ago was the first woman Beefeater since they were formed more than 500 years ago.

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BBC news with Sue Montgomery.

President Obama is to go to Copenhagen early next month, for the start of the United Nations Climate Change Summit, and will propose major can'ts in greenhouse gas emissions. The White House said the targets would include a 30% emissions cut by 2025, rising to 83% by 2050. There's been growing pessimism about the ability of the summit to produce any substantial deal. M. Tyre reports.

Up until now, there were many speculations over whether President Barack Obama would attend the UN climate change conference.  According to a White House Official, the president will arrive in Copenhagen for the start of the summit, and will then travel to the Norwegian's capital, Oslo, where he's due to collect the Nobel Peace Prize. \\ 65 heads of state and government will attend the conference, but unlike President Obama, most are expected to take part in during its final days. The head of the United Nations Climate Change Secretariat, Yvo de Boer, said the world was looking to the US to offer a goal for cutting greenhouse gas emissions and to offer money to help developing countries cope with climate change.

President Obama is to make a long-awaited announcement on Tuesday on America's strategy in Afghanistan.  He will tell the American people how many extra troops he's decided to send there to fight the Taliban. Paul Adams reports.

The president's address on Tuesday will be one of the key moments of his first year in office.  It's thought he'll commit in excess of 30,000 additional troops to fight in Afghanistan, and lay out how he intends in his words to finish the job. Mr. Obama hopes to be in office for two 4-year terms, and he says he wants to complete the Afghan mission before he steps down. Today his spokesman Robert Gibbs said the US would not remain in Afghanistan for another 8 or 9 years, adding that speeding up the training of Afghan security forces was imperative.

Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has proposed a 10-month restriction on new residential building in Jewish settlements in the West Bank, in a move aiming to encourage the resumption of peace talks with the Palestinians. However, the restrictions0 will not apply in East Jerusalem, and the Palestinians have already made clear that limitation is not acceptable. The US Middle East Envoy, George Mitchell, said while Washington didn't accept the legitimacy of continued settlements, Israeli move was a positive one.

"While they fall short of full free, we believed that steps announced by the prime minister are significant, and could have substantial impact on the ground. For the first time ever, an Israeli government will stop housing approvals and all new construction of housing units."  

Very heavy rainstorms have hump at the start of the annual pilgrimage-the Haj, in the Saudi Arabian city of Mecca. The authorities warned the estimated 3 million pilgrims to take care in the rain, which hasn't fallen so hard during the Haj in years.

BBC news.

Diplomats at the United States have stressed the need to protect civilians. Caught up in the UN-backed military campaign against Rwandan Hutu rebels in Eastern Congo, they were speaking after a closed door session of the Security Council, which was called to discuss report, suggesting that the UN-backed operation in Congo had failed.

The European chief of the American carmaker, General Motors, says most of the job losses planned for the company's troubled European unit Oppo will occur in Germany.  Nick Reilly said about 9,000 jobs could go, but none of the four Oppo factories in Germany would close. Mr. Reilly said the future of Oppo's plan in Belgium was uncertain.

A court in Switzerland has approved a bail-out application from the film maker, Roman Polanski, who's facing possible extradition to the United States. More than 30 years ago, he pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old girl, but fled from America before being sentenced. He's being held in a Swiss jail after being arrested in Switzerland at the request of the United States. Imogen Folks reports from the Swiss capital Bern.

It's highly unusual for extradition subjects to be granted bail in Switzerland. Roman Polanski's first application was refused. This time, the film director offered almost 450 million dollars in bail money and the surrender of his passport. He will also have an electronic tag and live under vitual house arrest at his \\ in the Swiss\\. The court ruled these conditions should be enough to prevent him fleeing back to France.  

Two of the ceremonial gods of the Tower of London, best known as beefeaters, have been dismissed. Following an investigation into allegations of bully to female colleague, Moira Cameron, who joined the Guards two years ago, was the first woman beefeater since they've formed more than 500 years ago.

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BBC News with Sue Montgomery.

President Obama is to go to Copenhagen early next month for the start of United Nations Climate Change Summit and will propose major cuts in greenhouse gas emissions. The White House said the targets would include a 30% emissions cut by 2025 rising to 83% by 2050. There’s been growing pessimism about the ability of the summit to produce any substantial deal. / reports.

Up until now there was some speculation over whether President Barack Obama would attend the UN Climate Change Conference. According to a White House official, the president will arrive in Copenhagen for the start of the summit and will then travel to the Norwegian capital Oslo where he is due to collect the Nobel peace prize. At least 65 heads of state and government will attend the conference but unlike President Obama, most are expected to take part during its final days. The head of the United Nations Climate Change Secretariat Yvo de Boer said the world was looking to
the US to offer a goal for cutting greenhouse gas emissions and to offer money to help developing nations cope with global warming.

President Obama is to make a long-awaited announcement on Tuesday on American strategy in Afghanistan. He will tell the American people how many extra troops he’s decided to send there to fight the Taliban. Paul Adams reports.

The president’s address on Tuesday will be one of the key moments of his first year in office. It’s thought he will commit in excess of 30,000 additional troops to the fight in Afghanistan and lay out how he intends in his words, to finish the job. Mr
. Obama hopes to be in office for two four-year terms and he says he wants to complete the Afghan mission before he steps down. Today his spokesman, Robert Gibbs, said the US would not remain in Afghanistan for another 8 or 9 years, adding that speeding up the training of Afghan security forces was imperative.

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has proposed a ten-month restriction on new residential building in Jewish settlements in the West Bank, in a move aimed to encourage the resumption of peace talks with the Palestinians. However, the restrictions would not apply in East Jerusalem and the Palestinians have already made clear that limitation is not acceptable. The US Middle East envoy George Mitchell said while Washington didn’t accept the legitimacy of continued settlements, the Israeli move was a positive one.

While they fall short of a full
freeze, we believe the steps announced by the prime minster are significant and could have substantial impact on the ground. For the first time ever, an Israeli government will stop housing approvals and all new construction of housing units.

Rare heavy rain storms have hampered the start of
the annual Muslim pilgrimage the Hajj in the Saudi Arabian city of Mecca. The authorities warned the estimated three million pilgrims to take care in the rain which hasn’t fallen so hard during the hajj in years.

BBC News.

Diplomats at the United Nations have stressed the needs to protect civilians,
caught up in the UN-backed military campaign against Rwandan Hutu rebels in Eastern Congo. They were speaking after a closed door session of the Security Council which was called to discuss a report suggesting that the UN-backed operation in Congo had failed.

The European chief of the American carmaker General Motors says most of the job losses
planned for the company’s troubled European unit, Opel, will occur in Germany,
Nick Reilly said about 9,000 jobs could go. But none of the four Opel factories in Germany will close. Mr. Reilly said the future of Opel’s plant in Belgium, was uncertain.

A court in Switzerland has approved a bail application from the film director Roman Polanski who is facing possible extradition to the
United States. More than 30 years ago, he pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old girl but fled from America before being sentenced. He’s been held in a Swiss jail since September after being arrested in Switzerland at the request of the United States. Imogen Foulkes reports from the Swiss capital Bern.

It’s highly
unusual for extradition subjects to be granted bail in Switzerland. Roman Polanski’s first application was refused. This time, the film director offered almost 4.5 million dollars in bail money and the surrender of his passport. He will also have an electronic tag and live under virtual house arrest at his chalet in the Swiss Alps. The court ruled these conditions should be enough to prevent him fleeing back into France.

Two of the ceremonial guards at the Tower of London best known as Beefeaters have been dismissed following an investigation into allegations that they bullied a female colleague. Moira Cameron who joined the guards two years ago was the first woman Beefeater since they were formed more than 500 years ago.


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BBC News with Sue Montgomery.

President Obama is to go to Copenhagen early next month for the start of United Nations Climate Change Summit and will propose major cuts in greenhouse gas emissions. The White House said the targets would include a 30% emissions cut by 2025,(两个target) rising to 83% by 2050. There’s been growing pessimism about the ability of the summit to produce any substantial deal. Atias Tyre reports.

Up until now there was some speculation over whether President Barack Obama would attend the UN Climate Change Conference. According to a White House official, the president will arrive in Copenhagen for the start of the summit and will then travel to the Norwegian capital Oslo where he is due to collect the Nobel Peace Prize. At least 65 heads of state and government will attend the conference but unlike President Obama(不要,) most are expected to take part during its final days. The head of the United Nations Climate Change Secretariat Yvo de Boer said the world was looking to the US to offer a goal for cutting greenhouse gas emissions and to offer money to help developing nations cope with global warming.

President Obama is to make a long-awaited announcement on Tuesday on American strategy in Afghanistan. He will tell the American people how many extra troops he’s decided to send there to fight the Taliban. Paul Adams reports.

The president’s address on Tuesday will be one of the key moments of his first year in office. It’s thought he will commit in excess of 30,000 additional troops to the fight in Afghanistan and lay out how he intends, in his words, to finish the job. Mr. Obama hopes to be in office for two four-year terms and he says he wants to complete the Afghan mission before he steps down. Today his spokesman, Robert Gibbs, said the US would not remain in Afghanistan for another 8 or 9 years, adding that speeding up the training of Afghan security forces was imperative.

(没The) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has proposed a ten-month restriction on new residential building in Jewish settlements in the West Bank, in a move aimed to encourage the resumption of peace talks with the Palestinians. However, the restrictions would not apply in East Jerusalem and the Palestinians have already made clear that limitation is not acceptable. The US Middle East envoy George Mitchell said while Washington didn’t accept the legitimacy of continued settlements, the Israeli move was a positive one.

While they fall short of a full freeze, we believe the steps announced by the prime minster are significant and could have substantial impact on the ground. For the first time ever, an Israeli government will stop housing approvals and all new construction of housing units.

Rare heavy rain storms have hampered the start of the annual Muslim pilgrimage, the Hajj,(同位语) in the Saudi Arabian city of Mecca. The authorities warned the estimated three million pilgrims to take care in the rain which hasn’t fallen so hard during the Hajj in years.

BBC News.

Diplomats at the United Nations have stressed the needs to protect civilians, caught up in the UN-backed military campaign against Rwandan Hutu rebels in Eastern Congo. They were speaking after a closed-door session of the Security Council which was called to discuss a report suggesting that the UN-backed operation in Congo had failed.

The European chief of the American carmaker General Motors says most of the job losses planned for the company’s troubled European unit, Opel, will occur in Germany. Nick Reilly said about 9,000 jobs could go, but none of the four Opel factories in Germany will close. Mr. Reilly said the future of Opel’s plants in Belgium (不要,) was uncertain.

A court in Switzerland has approved a bail application from the film director Roman Polanski who’s facing possible extradition to the United States. More than 30 years ago, he pleaded guilty to having sex with a 13-year-old girl but fled from America before being sentenced. He’s been held in a Swiss jail since September after being arrested in Switzerland at the request of the United States. Imogen Foulkes reports from the Swiss capital Bern.

It’s highly unusual for extradition subjects to be granted bail in Switzerland. Roman Polanski’s first application was refused. This time, the film director offered almost 4.5 million dollars in bail money and the surrender of his passport. He will also have an electronic tag and live under virtual house arrest at his chalet in the Swiss Alps. The court ruled these conditions should be enough to prevent him fleeing back to France.

Two of the ceremonial guards at the Tower of London best known as Beefeaters have been dismissed following an investigation into allegations that they bullied a female colleague. Moira Cameron who joined the guards two years ago was the first woman Beefeater since they were formed more than 500 years ago.

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