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BBC News with Ally Macue.

The American golf star Tiger Woods has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for injuries sustained in a car crash outside his home in Florida. Paul Adams reports.

The Florida Highway Patrol says Tiger Woods was injured as he pulled out of his driveway in the early hours of the morning. The authorities said his Cadillac hit a fire hydrant and a tree as he left his home in Windermere, an exclusive suburb of Orlando. Early reports suggested he might have been seriously injured but a local hospital now says he was treated for minor injuries and released. His agent Mark Steinberg has told the American TV network CNBC that his client is fine. The Highway Patrol is investigating but says alcohol was not involved.

The United Nations nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, has voted to censure Iran for developing a uranium enrichment site in secret. Unusually, both Russia and China backed the resolution. The US said the international community was running out of patience with Iran. Jon Leyne reports.

This is a strong sign of Iran’s growing international isolation. It was the first resolution against Iran passed by the IAEA since 2006. More significantly, China and Russia both voted in favor. This heavily critical resolution focused on a recently revealed nuclear plant close to Qom which the West believes could be part of a secret bomb program. But Iran’s refusal to answer questions on alleged bomb studies also infuriated the IAEA. As has Iran’s hesitation over whether to accept a deal on new fuel for a research reactor in Tehran.

Britain’s ambassador to the United Nations during the run up to the Iraq War has questioned the legitimacy of the American-led invasion in 2003. Speaking on the 4th day of a public inquiry in London, Jeremy Greenstock said he thought there were not many countries that thought Iraq was telling the truth about weapons of mass destruction, but he said that did not translate into much support for tough action against Saddam Hussein, which in the end cast out, according to Sir Jeremy, on the military action taken.

I regarded our invasion of Iraq as legal but of questionable legitimacy in that it didn’t have the democratically observable backing of a great majority of member states or even perhaps of a majority of people inside the United Kingdom.

Sir Jeremy also said the UN weapons inspectors should’ve been given more time to carry out their work, but by then American pressure to invade proved irresistible.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has proposed richer nations set up a ten-billion-dollar fund to provide incentives for the developing world to cut greenhouse gas emissions. He was speaking in Trinidad, where leaders from the Commonwealth group of nations are meeting. At the opening ceremony, the head of the Commonwealth, Queen Elizabeth, said the organization had the opportunity to lead once more.

World News from the BBC.

Germany’s Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over his handling of an air strike in Afghanistan in September which is believed to have killed around 30 civilians. Mr. Jung was Defense Minister at the time and for days insisted no civilians have been killed. Pressure increased on Mr. Jung after Germany’s top general and the senior Defense Ministry official quit on Thursday. The German army has been heavily criticized for calling in a US air strike on the Taliban when many civilians were nearby.

The Polish President Lech Kaczynski has signed into law the compulsory chemical castration of some sex offenders. The practice has been tried in other countries but usually on a voluntary basis. From Warsaw, Adam Eastern reports.

According to its politicians, Poland now has the severest legislation towards paedophiles in Europe.
Under the law, adults convicted of raping a child under the age of 15 or committing incest will be forced, upon release, to take drugs to reduce their libido, a practice commonly referred to as chemical castration. The Polish law was drafted following a high-profile case last year in which a 45-year-old man repeatedly raped his daughter and fathered two children by her.

Police in Bangladesh say a search is under way for dozens of people after a river ferry sank. Details of casualties are sketchy but reports say two people are known to have died and about fifty are missing. The boat was carrying hundreds of passengers to the southern island of Bhola to celebrate the Eid Festival.

Two men have been executed in China after being convicted of stealing and trafficking young children, most of them boys. Every year thousands of children are snatched off the streets, or from bus and train stations and the authorities have been trying to clamp down on the illegal trade. The BBC Beijing correspondent says some parents try to buy boys because China’s One Child Policy means they can’t have sons of their own.

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BBC News with Ally Macue.

The American golf star Tiger Woods has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for injury sustained in a car crash outside his home in Florida. Paul Adams reports.

The Florida Highway Patrol says Tiger Woods was injured as he pulled out of his drive way in the early hours in the morning. The authorities said his candlelight hit a fire hydrant and a tree as he left his home in Windermere an exclusive suburb of Orlando. Early reports suggested he might have be seriously injured but a local hospital says he was treated from minor injuries and released. His agent Mark Steinberg has told the American TV network CNBC that his client is fine. The Highway Patrol is investigating but says alcohol is not involved.

The United Nations nuclear watch, the IAEA, has voted to sanction Iran for developing a uranium enrichment site in secret. Unusually, both Russia and China back the resolution. The US said the international community was running out of patience with Iran. John Line reports.

This is a strong sign of Iran’s growing international isolation. It was the first resolution against Iran passed by the IAEA since 2006. More significantly, China and Russia both voted in favor. This heavily critical resolution focused on recently revealed nuclear plant / which the West believes could be part of a secret bomb plan. But the Iran’s refusal to answer questions studies on the alleged bomb studies also infuriated the IAEA. As has Iran’s hesitation over whether to accept a deal on new fuel for a research rapped in Tehran.

Britain’s ambassador to the United Nations during the of run up to the Iraq war has questioned the legitimacy of the American invasion in 2003. speaking on the 4th day of a public inquiry in London, Jeremy Greenstone said he thought there were not many countries that thought Iraq was telling the truth about weapons of mass destruction but he said that did not translate into much support for tough action against Saddam Hussein which in the end cast out according to Sir Jeremy, on the military action taken.

I regard it our invasion of Iraq as legal but of questionable legitimacy in that it did not have the democratically observable backing of a great majority of member states or even perhaps of a majority of people inside the United Kingdom.

Sir Jeremy also said the UN weapons inspector should’ve been given more time to carry out their work but by then American pressure to invade proved irresistible.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has proposed richer nations set up a ten-billion-dollar fund to provide incentives to for developing world to cut greenhouse gas emissions. He was speaking in Trinidad, where leaders from the commonwealth group of nations are meeting. At the opening ceremony the head of commonwealth, Queen Elizabeth, said the organization had the opportunity to meet once more.

World News from the BBC.

Germany’s Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over his handling of an air strike in Afghanistan in September which is believed to have killed around 30 civilians. Mr Jung was Defense Minister at the time and for days insisted no civilians have been killed. Pressre increaded on Mr Jung after Germany’s top General and the senior Defense Ministry quitted on Thursday. The German army has been heavily criticized for calling in a US air strike come in Taliban when many civilians were nearby.

The Polish president Julian Szczęsny has signed into law the compulsory chemical castration of some sex offenders. The practice has been tried in other countries but usually on a voluntary basis. From Warsaw, Adam Eastern reports.

According to its politicians, Poland now has the severest legislation towards Peter files in Europe.
Under the law, adults convicted of raping a child under the age of 15 are committing incensed will be forced upon release to take drugs to reduce their labidal. A practice commonly refered to as chemical castration. The Polish law was drafted in following a high-profile case last year in which a 45-year-old man repeatedly raped his daughter and fathered two children by her.       

Police in Bangladesh say a search is under way for a dozens of people after a river ferry sank. Details of casualties are sketchy but reports say two people are known to have dead and about fifty are missing. The boat was carrying hundreds of passengers to the southern island of Bhola to celebrate the East Festival.

2 men have been executed in China after being convicted of stealing and trafficking young children, most of them boys. Every year thousands of children are snatched off the streets, or from bus and train stations and the authorities have been trying to crumb down on the illegal trade. The BBC Beijing correspondent says some parents try to buy boys because China’s One Child Policy means they can’t have sons of their own.   

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BBC News with Ally Macue

The American gold star Tiger Woods has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for injuries sustained in a car crash outside his home in Florida. Paul Adams reports.
The Florida Highway Patrol says Tiger Woods was injured as he pulled out of his driveway in the early oust of the morning. The authorities said his / hit a fire hydrant and a tree as he left his home for Windermere, an exclusive suburb of Orlando. Early reports suggested he might have been seriously injured, but the local hospital now says he was treated for minor injuries and released. His agent Mark Steinberg has told the American TV network CNBC that his client is fine. The Highway Patrol is investigating but says alcohol was not involved.

The United Nations nuclear watchdog the IAEA has voted to sanction Iran for developing a uranium enrichment site in secret. Unusually both Russia and China backed the resolution. The US said the international community was running out of patience with Iran. Jon Leyne reports.
This is a strong site of Iran's growing international isolation. It was the first resolution against Iran passed by the IAEA since 2006. More significantly, China and Russia both voted in favour. This heavily critical resolution focused on a recently revealed nuclear plant close to Qom which the West believes could be part of a secret bomb programme. But Iran's refusal to answer questions on the allegedly bomb studies also infuriate to the IAEA as has Iran's hesitation over whether to accept a deal on new fuel for a research reactor in Tehran.

Britain's ambassor to the United Nations during the run-up to the Iraq war has questioned the legitimacy of the American-led invasion in 2003. Speaking on the 4th day of a public inquiry in London, Jeremy Greenstock said he thought there were not many countries that thought Iraq was telling the truth about weapons of mass destruction. But he said that did not translate into much support for tough action against Saddam Hussein which in the end cast out, according to Sir Jeremy, on the military action taken.
"I regarded our invasion of Iraq as legal but of questionable legitimacy, and it didn't have the democratic clear observable backing of a great majority of member states or even perhaps of majority of people inside the United Kingdom ."

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has proposed richer nations set up a 10-billion-dollar fund to provide incentives for the developing world to cut greenhouse gas emissions. He was speaking in Trinidad where leaders from the Commonwealth group of nations of meeting. At the opening ceremony the head of the Commonwealth, Queen Elizabeth, said the organization had the opportunity to lead once more.

World News from the BBC

Germany's Labour Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over his handling of an air strike in Afghanistan in September which is believed to have killed around 30 civilians. Mr Jung was defence minister at the time and for days insisted no civilians had been killed. Pressure increased on Mr Jung after Germany's top general and a senior defence ministry official quit on Thursday. The German army has been heavily criticized for calling in a US air strike on the Taliban when many civilians were nearby.

The Polish President Lech Kaczynski has signed into law the compulsory chemical castration of some sex offenders. The practice has been tried in other countries but usually on a voluntary basis. From Warsaw Adam Easton reports.
Accoding to its politicians, Poland now has the severest legislation towards paedophiles in Europe. Under the law, adults convicted of raping a child under the age of 15 or committing incest will be forced upon release to take drugs to reduce their libido. A practice commonly referred to is chemical castration. The Polish law was drafted following a high-profile case last year, in which a 45-year-old man repeatedly raped his daughter and fathered 2 children by her.

Police in Bangladesh say a search is underway for dozens of people after a river ferry sank. Details of casualties are sketchy, but reports say 2 people are known to have died and about 50 are missing. The boat was carrying hundreds of passengers to the southern island of Bhola to celebrate the Eid festival.

Two men have been executed in China after being convicted of stealing and trafficking young children, most of them boys. Every year, thousands of children are snatched off the streets or from bus and train stations. And the authorities have been trying to climb down on the illegal trade. The BBC Beijing correspondent says some parents try to buy boys because China's one-child policy means they can't have sons of their own.

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BBC News with Ally Macue.

The American golf star Tiger Woods has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for injury sustained in a car crash outside his home in Florida. Paul Adams reports.

The Florida Highway Patrol says Tiger Woods was injured as he pulled out of his drive/way in the early hours in the morning. The authorities said his Cadillac hit a fire hydrant and a tree as he left his home in Windermere an exclusive suburb of Orlando. Early reports suggested he might have been seriously injured but a local hospital now says he was treated from minor injuries and released. His agent Mark Steinberg has told the American TV network CNBC that his client is fine. The Highway Patrol is investigating but says alcohol was not involved.

The United Nations nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, has voted to censure Iran for developing a uranium enrichment site in secret. Unusually, both Russia and China back the resolution. The US said the international community was running out of patience with Iran. John Line reports.

This is a strong sign of Iran’s growing international isolation. It was the first resolution against Iran passed by the IAEA since 2006. More significantly, China and Russia both voted in favor. This heavily critical resolution focused on recently revealed nuclear plant close to Qom which the West believes could be part of a secret bomb program. But / Iran’s refusal to answer questions / on the alleged bomb studies also infuriated the IAEA. As has Iran’s hesitation over whether to accept a deal on new fuel for a research wrapped in Tehran.

Britain’s ambassador to the United Nations during the / run up to the Iraq war has questioned the legitimacy of the American-led invasion in 2003. Speaking on the 4th day of a public inquiry in London, Jeremy Greenstone said he thought there were not many countries that thought Iraq was telling the truth about weapons of mass destruction but he said that did not translate into much support for tough action against Saddam Hussein which in the end cast out according to Sir Jeremy, on the military action taken.

"I regarded /our invasion of Iraq as legal but of questionable legitimacy in that it did not have the democratically observable backing of a great majority of member states or even perhaps of a majority of people inside the United Kingdom. "

Sir Jeremy also said the UN weapons inspector should’ve been given more time to carry out their work but by then American pressure to invade proved irresistible.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has proposed richer nations set up a ten-billion-dollar fund to provide incentives / for developing world to cut greenhouse gas emissions. He was speaking in Trinidad, where leaders from the Commonwealth group of nations are meeting. At the opening ceremony the head of the Commonwealth, Queen Elizabeth, said the organization had the opportunity to meet once more.

World News from the BBC.

Germany’s Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over his handling of an air strike in Afghanistan in September which is believed to have killed around 30 civilians. Mr Jung was Defense Minister at the time and for days insisted no civilians have been killed. Pressure increased on Mr Jung after Germany’s top General and the senior Defense Ministry official quit on Thursday. The German army has been heavily criticized for calling in a US air strike on Taliban when many civilians were nearby.

The Polish President Julian Szczęsny has signed into law the compulsory chemical castration of some sex offenders. The practice has been tried in other countries but usually on a voluntary basis. From Warsaw, Adam Eastern reports.

According to its politicians, Poland now has the severest legislation towards Peter files in Europe.
Under the law, adults convicted of raping a child under the age of 15 or committing incest will be forced upon release to take drugs to reduce their libido. A practice commonly referred to as chemical castration. The Polish law was drafted / following a high-profile case last year in which a 45-year-old man repeatedly raped his daughter and fathered two children by her.        

Police in Bangladesh say a search is under way for / dozens of people after a river ferry sank. Details of casualties are sketchy but reports say two people are known to have dead and about fifty are missing. The boat was carrying hundreds of passengers to the southern island of Bhola to celebrate the East Festival.

2 men have been executed in China after being convicted of stealing and trafficking young children, most of them boys. Every year thousands of children are snatched off the streets, or from bus and train stations and the authorities have been trying to clamp down on the illegal trade. The BBC Beijing correspondent says some parents try to buy boys because China’s One Child Policy means they can’t have sons of their own.   

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BBC News with Ally Macue.

The American golf star Tiger Woods has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for injury sustained in a car crash outside his home in Florida. Paul Adams reports.

The Florida Highway Patrol says Tiger Woods was injured as he pulled out of his
driveway in the early hours of the morning. The authorities said his candlelight hit a fire hydrant and a tree as he left his home in Windermere an exclusive suburb of Orlando. Early reports suggested he might have been seriously injured, but a local hospital now says he was treated from minor injuries and released. His agent Mark Steinberg has told the American TV network CNBC that his client is fine. The Highway Patrol is investigating but says alcohol was not involved.

The United Nations nuclear watch
dog, the IAEA, has voted to censure Iran for developing a uranium enrichment site in secret. Unusually, both Russia and China back the resolution. The US said the international community was running out of patience with Iran. John Line reports.

This is a strong sign of Iran’s growing international isolation. It was the first resolution against Iran passed by the IAEA since 2006. More significantly, China and Russia both voted in favor. This heavily critical resolution focused on recently revealed nuclear plant
close to Qom which the West believes could be part of a secret bomb program. But / Iran’s refusal to answer questions / on the alleged bomb studies also infuriated the IAEA. As has Iran’s hesitation over whether to accept a deal on new fuel for a research rapped in Tehran.

Britain’s ambassador to the United Nations during the
/ run-up to the Iraq war has questioned the legitimacy of the American-led invasion in 2003. speaking on the 4th day of a public inquiry in London, Jeremy Greenstone said he thought there were not many countries that thought Iraq was telling the truth about weapons of mass destruction, but he said that did not translate into much support for tough action against Saddam Hussein which in the end cast out according to Sir Jeremy, on the military action taken.

I regard it our invasion of Iraq as legal, but of questionable legitimacy in that it didn’t have the democratically observable backing of a great majority of member states or even perhaps of a majority of people inside the United Kingdom.

Sir Jeremy also said the UN weapons inspector
s should’ve been given more time to carry out their work, but by then American pressure to invade proved irresistible.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has proposed richer nations set up a ten-billion-dollar fund to provide incentives
/ for the developing world to cut greenhouse gas emissions. He was speaking in Trinidad, where leaders from the commonwealth group of nations are meeting. At the opening ceremony, the head of the commonwealth, Queen Elizabeth, said the organization had the opportunity to meet once more.

World News from the BBC.

Germany’s Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over his handling of an air strike in Afghanistan in September which is believed to have killed around 30 civilians. Mr. Jung was Defense Minister at the time and for days insisted no civilians have been killed.
Pressure increased on Mr. Jung after Germany’s top General and the senior Defense Ministry quit on Thursday. The German army has been heavily criticized for calling in a US air strike come in Taliban when many civilians were nearby.

The Polish president Julian Szczęsny has signed into law the compulsory chemical castration of some sex offenders. The practice has been tried in other countries but usually on a voluntary basis. From Warsaw, Adam Eastern reports.

According to its politicians, Poland now has the severest legislation towards Peter files in Europe. Under the law, adults convicted of raping a child under the age of 15
or committing incest will be forced upon release to take drugs to reduce their libido, a practice commonly referred to as chemical castration. The Polish law was drafted / following a high-profile case last year in which a 45-year-old man repeatedly raped his daughter and fathered two children by her.        

Police in Bangladesh say a search is under way for
/ dozens of people after a river ferry sank. Details of casualties are sketchy but reports say two people are known to have died and about fifty are missing. The boat was carrying hundreds of passengers to the southern island of Bhola to celebrate the Eid Festival.

Two men have been executed in China after being convicted of stealing and trafficking young children, most of them boys. Every year thousands of children are snatched off the streets, or from bus and train stations and the authorities have been trying to crumb down on the illegal trade. The BBC Beijing correspondent says some parents try to buy boys because China’s One Child Policy means they can’t have sons of their own.   

BBC News.
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BBC News with Ally Macue.

The American golf star Tiger Woods has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for injury sustained in a car crash outside his home in Florida. Paul Adams reports.

The Florida Highway Patrol says Tiger Woods was injured as he pulled out of his driveway in the early hours in the morning. The authorities said his Cadillac hit a fire hydrant and a tree as he left his home in Windermere an exclusive suburb of Orlando. Early reports suggested he might have been seriously injured but a local hospital now says he was treated from minor injuries and released. His agent Mark Steinberg has told the American TV network CNBC that his client is fine. The Highway Patrol is investigating but says alcohol was not involved.

The United Nations nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, has voted to censure Iran for developing a uranium enrichment site in secret. Unusually, both Russia and China back the resolution. The US said the international community was running out of patience with Iran. John Line reports.

This is a strong sign of Iran’s growing international isolation. It was the first resolution against Iran passed by the IAEA since 2006. More significantly, China and Russia both voted in favor. This heavily critical resolution focused on recently revealed nuclear plant close to Qom which the West believes could be part of a secret bomb program. But Iran’s refusal to answer questions on the alleged bomb studies also infuriated the IAEA. As has Iran’s hesitation over whether to accept a deal on new fuel for a research wrapped in Tehran.

Britain’s ambassador to the United Nations during the run-up to the Iraq war has questioned the legitimacy of the American-led invasion in 2003. Speaking on the 4th day of a public inquiry in London, Jeremy Greenstone said he thought there were not many countries that thought Iraq was telling the truth about weapons of mass destruction but he said that did not translate into much support for tough action against Saddam Hussein which in the end cast out according to Sir Jeremy, on the military action taken.

"I regarded our invasion of Iraq as legal but of questionable legitimacy in that it did not have the democratically observable backing of a great majority of member states or even perhaps of a majority of people inside the United Kingdom. "

Sir Jeremy also said the UN weapons inspector should’ve been given more time to carry out their work but by then American pressure to invade proved irresistible.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has proposed richer nations set up a ten-billion-dollar fund to provide incentives for developing world to cut greenhouse gas emissions. He was speaking in Trinidad, where leaders from the Commonwealth group of nations are meeting. At the opening ceremony the head of the Commonwealth, Queen Elizabeth, said the organization had the opportunity to meet once more.

World News from the BBC.

Germany’s Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over his handling of an air strike in Afghanistan in September which is believed to have killed around 30 civilians. Mr Jung was Defense Minister at the time and for days insisted no civilians have been killed. Pressure increased on Mr Jung after Germany’s top General and the senior Defense Ministry official quit on Thursday. The German army has been heavily criticized for calling in a US air strike on Taliban when many civilians were nearby.

The Polish President Julian Szczęsny has signed into law the compulsory chemical castration of some sex offenders. The practice has been tried in other countries but usually on a voluntary basis. From Warsaw, Adam Eastern reports.

According to its politicians, Poland now has the severest legislation towards Peter files in Europe. Under the law, adults convicted of raping a child under the age of 15 or committing incest will be forced upon release to take drugs to reduce their libido, a practice commonly referred to as chemical castration. The Polish law was drafted following a high-profile case last year in which a 45-year-old man repeatedly raped his daughter and fathered two children by her.        

Police in Bangladesh say a search is under way for dozens of people after a river ferry sank. Details of casualties are sketchy but reports say two people are known to have died and about fifty are missing. The boat was carrying hundreds of passengers to the southern island of Bhola to celebrate the Eid Festival.

Two men have been executed in China after being convicted of stealing and trafficking young children, most of them boys. Every year thousands of children are snatched off the streets, or from bus and train stations and the authorities have been trying to clamp down on the illegal trade. The BBC Beijing correspondent says some parents try to buy boys because China’s One Child Policy means they can’t have sons of their own.   

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BBC News with Ally Macue.

The American golf star Tiger Woods has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for injury sustained in a car crash outside his home in Florida. Paul Adams reports.

The Florida Highway Patrol says Tiger Woods was injured as he pulled out of his driveway in the early hours in the morning. The authorities said his Cadillac hit a fire hydrant and a tree as he left his home in Windermere,an exclusive suburb of Orlando. Early reports suggested he might have been seriously injured but a local hospital now says he was treated from minor injuries and released. His agent Mark Steinberg has told the American TV network CNBC that his client is fine. The Highway Patrol is investigating but says alcohol was not involved.

The United Nations nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, has voted to censure Iran for developing a uranium enrichment site in secret. Unusually, both Russia and China back the resolution. The US said the international community was running out of patience with Iran. John Line reports.

This is a strong sign of Iran’s growing international isolation. It was the first resolution against Iran passed by the IAEA since 2006. More significantly, China and Russia both voted in favor. This heavily critical resolution focused on recently revealed nuclear plant close to Qom which the West believes could be part of a secret bomb program. But Iran’s refusal to answer questions on the alleged bomb studies also infuriated the IAEA. As has Iran’s hesitation over whether to accept a deal on new fuel for a research wrapped in Tehran.

Britain’s ambassador to the United Nations during the run up to the Iraq war has questioned the legitimacy of the American led invasion in 2003. Speaking on the 4th day of a public inquiry in London, Jeremy Greenstock said he thought there were not many countries that thought Iraq was telling the truth about weapons of mass destruction but he said that did not translate into much support for tough action against Saddam Hussein which in the end cast out according to Sir Jeremy, on the military action taken.

"
I regarded our invasion of Iraq as legal but of questionable legitimacy in that it did not have the democratically observable backing of a great majority of member states or even perhaps of a majority of people inside the United Kingdom."

Sir Jeremy also said the UN weapons inspector should’ve been given more time to carry out their work but by then American pressure to invade proved irresistible.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has proposed richer nations set up a ten-billion-dollar fund to provide incentives for developing world to cut greenhouse gas emissions. He was speaking in Trinidad, where leaders from the Commonwealth group of nations are meeting. At the opening ceremony the head of the Commonwealth, Queen Elizabeth, said the organization had the opportunity to meet once more.

World News from the BBC.

Germany’s Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over his handling of an air strike in Afghanistan in September which is believed to have killed around 30 civilians. Mr.Jung was Defense Minister at the time and for days insisted no civilians have been killed. Pressure increased on Mr.Jung after Germany’s top General and the senior Defense Ministry official quit on Thursday. The German army has been heavily criticized for calling in a US air strike on Taliban when many civilians were nearby.

The Polish President Lech Kaczynski has signed into law the compulsory chemical castration of some sex offenders. The practice has been tried in other countries but usually on a voluntary basis. From Warsaw, Adam Eastern reports.

According to its politicians, Poland now has the severest legislation towards Peter files in Europe.
Under the law, adults convicted of raping a child under the age of 15 or committing incest will be forced upon release to take drugs to reduce their libido.A practice commonly referred to as chemical castration. The Polish law was drafted following a high-profile case last year in which a 45-year-old man repeatedly raped his daughter and fathered two children by her.

Police in Bangladesh say a search is under way for dozens of people after a river ferry sank. Details of casualties are sketchy but reports say two people are known to have died and about fifty are missing. The boat was carrying hundreds of passengers to the southern island of Bhola to celebrate the East Festival.

Two men have been executed in China after being convicted of stealing and trafficking young children, most of them boys. Every year thousands of children are snatched off the streets, or from bus and train stations and the authorities have been trying to clamp down on the illegal trade. The BBC Beijing correspondent says some parents try to buy boys because China’s One Child Policy means they can’t have sons of their own.

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BBC News with Ally Macue.

The American golf star Tiger Woods has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for injuries sustained in a car crash outside his home in Florida. Paul Adams reports.

“The Florida highway patrol says Tiger Woods was injured as he pulled out of his driveway in the early hours of the morning. The authority said his Cadillac hit a fire hydrant and a tree as he left his home in Windemere, an exclusive suburb of Orlando. Earlier reports suggested he might have been seriously injured, but a local hospital now says he was treated for minor injuries and released. His agent, Mark Steinberg has told the American TV network CNBC that his client is fine. The highway patrol is investigating, but says alcohol was not involved.”

The United Nations nuclear watchdog, the IAEA has voted to sanction Iran for developing a uranium enrichment site in secret. Unusually, both Russia and China backed the resolution. The U.S. said the international community was running out of patience with Iran. Jon Leyne reports.

“This is a strong sign of Iran's growing international isolation. It was the first resolution against Iran passed by the IAEA since 2006. More significantly, China and Russia both voted in favor. This heavily critical resolution focused on the recently reviewed nuclear plant close to Qom, which the west believes could be part of a secret bomb program. But Iran's refusal to answer questions on the alleged bomb studies also infuriated the IAEA, as has Iran's hesitation over whether to accept a deal on new fuel through research reactor in Teheran.”

Britain's ambassador to the United Nations during the run-up to the Iraq war has questioned the legitimacy of the American-led invasion in 2003. Speaking on the 4th day of a public inquiry in London, Jeremy Greenstock said that he thought there were not many countries that thought Iraq was telling the truth about weapons of mass destruction. But, he said that did not translate into much support for tough action against Saddam Hussein, which in the end cast doubt, according to Sir Jeremy, on the military action taken.

“I regarded our invasion of Iraq as legal, but of questionable legitimacy, in that it didn't have the democratically observable backing of a great majority of member states, or even perhaps, of majority of people inside the United Kingdom.”

Sir Jeremy also said the UN Weapons Inspector should have been given more time to carry out their work. But by then, American pressure to invade proved irresistible.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has proposed richer nations set up a 10-billion-dollar fund to provide incentives for the developing world to cut greenhouse gas emissions. He was speaking in Trinidad, where leaders from the  Commonwealth group of nations are meeting. At the opening ceremony, the head of the Commonwealth, Queen Elizabeth, said the organization had the opportunity to meet once more.

World News from the BBC.

Germany's Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over his handling of an airstrike in Afghanistan in September, which is believed to have killed around 30 civilians. Mr. Jung was defense minister at the time and for days insisted no civilians had been killed. Pressure increased on Mr. Jung after Germany's top general and a senior defense ministry official quit on Thursday. The German army has been heavily criticized for calling in a U.S. airstrike on the Taliban when many civilians were nearby.

The Polish president Lech Kaczynski has signed into law the compulsory chemical castration of some sex offenders. The practice has been tried in other countries but usually on a voluntary basis. From Warsaw, Adam Easton reports.

“According to its politicians, Poland now has the severest legislation towards paedophiles in Europe. Under the law, adults convicted of raping a child under the age of 15, or committing incest will be forced upon release to take drugs to reduce their libido, a practice commonly referred to as chemical castration. The Polish law was drafted following a high profile case last year in which a 45-year-old man repeated raped his daughter and fathered two children by her.”

Police in Bangladesh says searches are on the way for dozens of people after a river ferry sank. Details of casualties are sketchy, but reports say two people are known to have died and about 50 are missing. The boat was carrying hundreds of passengers to the southern island of Bhola to celebrate the Eid festival.

Two men have been executed in China after being convicted of stealing and traffickering young children, most of them boys. Every year, thousands of children are snatched off the streets or from bus and train stations, and the authorities have been trying to clamp down on the illegal trade. The BBC Beijing correspondent says some parents try to buy boys because China's one-child policy means they can't have sons of their own.

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The American golf star Tiger Woods has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for injury sustained in a car crash outside his home in Florida. P reports.
The Florida highway patrol said Tiger Woods was injured when he  pulled out of his driveway in the early hours of the morning. The authority said his candle *** hit a fire hydrant and a tree as he left his home in Windermere, in exclusive suburb in Orlando. Early reports suggested that he might have been seriously injured, but a local hospital now says later that he was treated from minor injuries and released. His agent Mark Steinberg has told the American TV network CNBC that his client is fine. The highway patrol is investigating but says alchohol was not involved.
The United Nation nuclear watch dog --- the IAEA has voted to censure Iran for developing Uranium Erichment site in secret. Unusually, both China and Russia backed the resolution. The US said the international community was running out patience with Iran. John M reports.
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Britain's ambassardor to the United Nations during the run-up to the Iraq war has questioned the legitimacy of the American-lead invasion in 2003. Speaking on the fourth day of a public inquiry in London, Jeremy Greenstock said he thought there were not many countries that thought Iraq was telling the truth about weapons of mass destruction. But he said that did not translate  into much support for tough action against Saddam Hussein, which in the end cast doubt according to Sir Jeremy on the military action taken.
I regarded our invasion of Iraq as legal but of course** legitimacy in the **  in it didn't have the democatically observable backing of the great majority of  member states or even perhaps of the majority of the United Kingdom.
Jeremy also said the UN weapon's inspector should be given more time to carry out their work but then the American pressure to invade proved irresistable. The British Prime Minister Gorden Brown has proposed richer nations set up ten-billion-dollar fund and provide sentives for the developing world to cut greenhouse gas emissions. He was speaking in**  where leaders from the Commonwealth group of nations are meeting. At the opening ceremony, the head of Commonwealth, Queen Elizabeth,  said the organisation had the opportunity to meet once more.
World news from the BBC.
Germany's Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung  has resigned over his handling of an air striking in Afghanistan in September , which was believed to have killed around 30 civilians. Mr Jung was Defence Minister and the time and for days insisted no civilians had been killed.  Pressure increased on Mr Jung after Germany's top general and a senior Defence Ministry official quit on Thursday. The German army has been heavily criticized for calling in a US air striking come in Taliban when many civilians were nearby.
The Polish president Lech Kaczynski  has signed into law the compulsory chemical  castration  of some sex offender. The practise has been tried in other countries but usually on the voluntary basis. From Warsaw, * reports.
According to its politicians, Poland now has the severest legislation towards paedophiles in Europe. Under the law, adults convicted of raping a child under the age of 15 or commiting incest will be forced upon release to take drugs to reduce their libido, a pratice commonly refered to as chemical castration. The Polish law was drafted following a high profile case last year in which a 45-year-old man repeatedly raped his daughter and fathered two children by her.

Police in Bengladesh say search is underway for thousands of people after river ferry sank. Details of casualties *. Reports say two people are known to have died and about 50 are missing.  The boat was carrying hundreds of passangers to the southern island Bholato celebrate the Eid-ul Festival.
Two men have been executed in China after being convicted stealing and trafficking young children, most of them boys. Every year thousand of children are snatched off the streets or from bus and train stations, and the authorities have been trying to calm down on the illegal trade. The BBC Beijing correspondent says some parents try to buy boys because China's one-child policy means they can't have sons of their own.
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The American golf star Tiger Woods has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for injuries sustained in a car crash outside his home in Florida. Paul Adams reports.

The Florida Highway Patrol says Tiger Woods was injured as he pulled out of his driveway in the early hours in the morning. The authorities said his Cadillac hit a fire hydrant and a tree as he left his home in Windermere,an exclusive suburb of Orlando. Early reports suggested he might have been seriously injured but a local hospital now says he was treated from minor injuries and released. His agent Mark Steinberg has told the American TV network CNBC that his client is fine. The Highway Patrol is investigating but says alcohol was not involved.

The United Nations nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, has voted to censure Iran for developing a uranium enrichment site in secret. Unusually, both Russia and China back the resolution. The US said the international community was running out of patience with Iran. John Line reports.

This is a strong sign of Iran’s growing international isolation. It was the first resolution against Iran passed by the IAEA since 2006. More significantly, China and Russia both voted in favor. This heavily critical resolution focused on recently revealed nuclear plant close to Qom which the West believes could be part of a secret bomb program. But Iran’s refusal to answer questions on the alleged bomb studies also infuriated the IAEA. As has Iran’s hesitation over whether to accept a deal on new fuel for a research wrapped in Tehran.

Britain’s ambassador to the United Nations during the run up to the Iraq war has questioned the legitimacy of the American led invasion in 2003. Speaking on the 4th day of a public inquiry in London, Jeremy Greenstock said he thought there were not many countries that thought Iraq was telling the truth about weapons of mass destruction but he said that did not translate into much support for tough action against Saddam Hussein which in the end cast out according to Sir Jeremy, on the military action taken.

"I regarded our invasion of Iraq as legal but of questionable legitimacy in that it did not have the democratically observable backing of a great majority of member states or even perhaps of a majority of people inside the United Kingdom."

Sir Jeremy also said the UN weapons inspector should’ve been given more time to carry out their work but by then American pressure to invade proved irresistible.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has proposed richer nations set up a ten-billion-dollar fund to provide incentives for developing world to cut greenhouse gas emissions. He was speaking in Trinidad, where leaders from the Commonwealth group of nations are meeting. At the opening ceremony the head of the Commonwealth, Queen Elizabeth, said the organization had the opportunity to meet once more.

World News from the BBC.

Germany’s Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over his handling of an air strike in Afghanistan in September which is believed to have killed around 30 civilians. Mr.Jung was Defense Minister at the time and for days insisted no civilians have been killed. Pressure increased on Mr.Jung after Germany’s top General and the senior Defense Ministry official quit on Thursday. The German army has been heavily criticized for calling in a US air strike on Taliban when many civilians were nearby.

The Polish President Lech Kaczynski has signed into law the compulsory chemical castration of some sex offenders. The practice has been tried in other countries but usually on a voluntary basis. From Warsaw, Adam Eastern reports.

According to its politicians, Poland now has the severest legislation towards Peter files in Europe.
Under the law, adults convicted of raping a child under the age of 15 or committing incest will be forced upon release to take drugs to reduce their libido.A practice commonly referred to as chemical castration. The Polish law was drafted following a high-profile case last year in which a 45-year-old man repeatedly raped his daughter and fathered two children by her.

Police in Bangladesh say a search is under way for dozens of people after a river ferry sank. Details of casualties are sketchy but reports say two people are known to have died and about fifty are missing. The boat was carrying hundreds of passengers to the southern island of Bhola to celebrate the East Festival.

Two men have been executed in China after being convicted of stealing and trafficking young children, most of them boys. Every year thousands of children are snatched off the streets, or from bus and train stations and the authorities have been trying to clamp down on the illegal trade. The BBC Beijing correspondent says some parents try to buy boys because China’s One Child Policy means they can’t have sons of their own.

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The American golf star Tiger Woods has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for injuries sustained in a car crash outside his home in Florida. Paul Adams reports.

The Florida Highway Patrol says Tiger Woods was injured as he pulled out of his driveway in the early hours in the morning. The authorities said his Cadillac hit a fire hydrant and a tree as he left his home in Windermere,an exclusive suburb of Orlando. Early reports suggested he might have been seriously injured but a local hospital now says he was treated from minor injuries and released. His agent Mark Steinberg has told the American TV network CNBC that his client is fine. The Highway Patrol is investigating but says alcohol was not involved.

The United Nations nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, has voted to censure Iran for developing a uranium enrichment site in secret. Unusually, both Russia and China back the resolution. The US said the international community was running out of patience with Iran. John Line reports.

This is a strong sign of Iran’s growing international isolation. It was the first resolution against Iran passed by the IAEA since 2006. More significantly, China and Russia both voted in favor. This heavily critical resolution focused on recently revealed nuclear plant close to Qom which the West believes could be part of a secret bomb program. But Iran’s refusal to answer questions on the alleged bomb studies also infuriated the IAEA. As has Iran’s hesitation over whether to accept a deal on new fuel for a research wrapped in Tehran.

Britain’s ambassador to the United Nations during the run up to the Iraq war has questioned the legitimacy of the American led invasion in 2003. Speaking on the 4th day of a public inquiry in London, Jeremy Greenstock said he thought there were not many countries that thought Iraq was telling the truth about weapons of mass destruction but he said that did not translate into much support for tough action against Saddam Hussein which in the end cast out according to Sir Jeremy, on the military action taken.

"I regarded our invasion of Iraq as legal but of questionable legitimacy in that it did not have the democratically observable backing of a great majority of member states or even perhaps of a majority of people inside the United Kingdom."

Sir Jeremy also said the UN weapons inspector should’ve been given more time to carry out their work but by then American pressure to invade proved irresistible.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has proposed richer nations set up a ten-billion-dollar fund to provide incentives for developing world to cut greenhouse gas emissions. He was speaking in Trinidad, where leaders from the Commonwealth group of nations are meeting. At the opening ceremony the head of the Commonwealth, Queen Elizabeth, said the organization had the opportunity to lead once more.

World News from the BBC.

Germany’s Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over his handling of an air strike in Afghanistan in September which is believed to have killed around 30 civilians. Mr.Jung was Defense Minister at the time and for days insisted no civilians have been killed. Pressure increased on Mr.Jung after Germany’s top General and the senior Defense Ministry official quit on Thursday. The German army has been heavily criticized for calling in a US air strike on Taliban when many civilians were nearby.

The Polish President Lech Kaczynski has signed into law the compulsory chemical castration of some sex offenders. The practice has been tried in other countries but usually on a voluntary basis. From Warsaw, Adam Eastern reports.

According to its politicians, Poland now has the severest legislation towards Peter files in Europe.
Under the law, adults convicted of raping a child under the age of 15 or committing incest will be forced upon release to take drugs to reduce their libido.A practice commonly referred to as chemical castration. The Polish law was drafted following a high-profile case last year in which a 45-year-old man repeatedly raped his daughter and fathered two children by her.

Police in Bangladesh say a search is under way for dozens of people after a river ferry sank. Details of casualties are sketchy but reports say two people are known to have died and about fifty are missing. The boat was carrying hundreds of passengers to the southern island of Bhola to celebrate the East Festival.

Two men have been executed in China after being convicted of stealing and trafficking young children, most of them boys. Every year thousands of children are snatched off the streets, or from bus and train stations and the authorities have been trying to clamp down on the illegal trade. The BBC Beijing correspondent says some parents try to buy boys because China’s One Child Policy means they can’t have sons of their own.

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The American golf star Tiger Woods has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for injury sustained in a car crash outside his home in Florida.Paul Adams reports.

The Florida highway patrol says Tiger Woods was injured as he pulled out his driveway in the earlier hour of the morning.The authority said he's kind hit a fire hydrant and tree as he left his home in / an exclusive suburb of Orlando.Early report suggested that he might've been seriously injured but local hospital now said he was treated from minor injuries and released. His agent Mark S has told the American TV network CNBC that his client is fine.The Highway Patrol is investigating but says alcohol was not involved.

The United Nations Nuclear Watchdog the IAEA has voted to / Iran for developing a uranium enrichment site in secret,unusually both Russia and China backed the resolution.The US said the internal community was running out of patience with Iran.Jon Leyne reports.

This is a strong sign of Iran's growing international isolation.It was the third resolution against Iran passed by the IAEA since 2006.More significantly, China and Russia both voted in favor.This heavily critical resolution focused on recently reviewed nuclear plant / bomb which the west believed could be part of a secret bomb program.But Iran's refusal to answer questions on the alleged bomb studies also infuriated the IAEA, As / Iran's resitation over whether to accept the deal on new fuel through research / in Iran.

Britain's ambassador to the United Nations during the run-up to the Iraq war has questioned the legitimacy of the America / in 2003. Speaking on the fourth day of a public inquiry in London, Jeremy Green Stocks said he thought there were not many countries that thought Iraq was telling the truth about weapon's / destruction.But he said that didn't translate in too much support for tough action against Saddam Hussein, which in the end can't stop according to Sir Jeremy on the military action taken.

I regarded our invasion of Iraq as legal but of questionable legitimacy in it didn't have the democratic clear observable backing of great majority of member states or even perhaps of majority people inside the United Kingdom.

Sir Jeremy also said the UN weapon's inspector should have been given more time to carry out their work but by then American pressure to invade proved resistible.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has proposed richer nations to set up a ten billion fund to provide incentives for developing world to cut green house gas emissions. He was speaking in / where leaders from the commonwealth group of nations are meeting.At the opening ceremony, the head of the commonwealth said the organization had the opportunity to meet once more.

World news from the BBC.

Germany's labor minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over his handling of an air struck in Afghanistan in September,which is believed to have killed around 30 civilians. Mr.Jung  was defense minister at that time and for days insisted no civilians had been killed.Pressure increased on Mr.Jung  after Germany's top general and a senior defense ministry official quited on Thursday.The Germany army has been heavily criticized for calling in a US airstrike / Taliban when many civilians were nearby.

The Polish President Lech Kaczynski has signed /the law the compulsory chemical / some sex offenders.The practice has been tried in other countries but usually on a voluntary basis. From Warsaw Adam Easton reports.

According to its politicians Poland now has the severious legislation toward / in Europe adults convicted of raping a child under the age of 15 are committing / will be forced upon release to take drug to reduce their /. A practice commonly refer to is chemical /. The Polish law was drafted following a high profile case last year in which a 45-year-old man repeatedly raped his daughter and fathered the two children by her.

Police in / say search is underway for dozens of people after river / sank. Details and casualties are /. But reports say two people unknown have died and about 50 are missing.The boat was carrying
hundreds of passengers to southern island Bola to celebrate the east festival.

Two men have been executed in China after being convicted of stealing and trafficking young children, most of them boys.Every year thousands of children are snatched off the streets or bus and train stations and the authority has been trying to clamp down on the illegal trade. The BBC Beijing correspondent says some parents trying to buy boys because China's one child policy means they cant have sons of their own.

BBC news.
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BBC News with Irene McKy.

The American golf star Tiger Woods has been released from hospital after been treated for injures during a car crash accident at his home in Florida. Paul Adams reports.

The Florida Highway Patrol say that Tiger was injured as he was pulled out of the drive way at the early hours in the morning. The authority says he as he left, a fire hydrant and a tree, as he left his home in Windermere in an exclusive suburb of Orlando. Early reports suggested he might be seriously injured but local hospital now says he was treated as minor injures and released. His agent Mark Steinberg has told the American TV CNBC that his client is fine. The Highway Patrol is investigating and says alcohol was not involved.

The United Nations Nuclear Watch xx IAEA has voted to censure Iran for developing a uranium-rich xx in secret. Unusually, both China and Russia backed the resolution. The U.S. says the international community has running out of patience with Iran. xx reports.

There's a strong sign of Iran's growing international isolation. It has been the first resolution against Iran passed by IAEA since 2006, more significantly, China and Russia both voted infavour. The heavily critical resolution focused on a recently-reviewed plant xx, with the West beliefs which could be part of a secret bomb program. But Iran's refusal to answer questions on the xx bomb studies also infuriated IAEA. As Iran's hesitation on whether to accept the deal on a new fuel through a research on Teheran.

Brussels ambassador to the United Nations during the run-up of Iraq war has questioned the legitimacy of American's invasion to Iraq in 2003. Speaking on the xx stay on public inquiry in London, Green Stocks says he thought there were not many countries said Iraq was telling the truth about weapons of mass destruction. That he said that did not translate to much support on faction against Saddam Hussein which in the end crossed out, according to xx, on the military action taken.

I regarded our invasion of Iraq as legal, but they did not have the democratically observable backing of a great majority of member states or even have a majority people in the United Kingdom. xx also said the UN Weapon Suspector should be given more time to carry out their work and but xx American's pressure proved to be irresistible.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has proposed richer nations set up a ten-billion dollars fund to provide incentive for developing world cut green house gas emissions. He speaks in Trinixx of the Commonwealth of Nations Meeting. At the opening ceremony, the head of the Commonwealth, Queen Elizabeth, said the organization has the opportunity to lead once more.

World News from BBC.
Germany's Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned during his handling over a near-strike on Afghanistan in September which is believed to have killed around 30 civilians. Mr Jung was the Defence Minister at the time and for days insisted no civilians has been killed. Pressure increased as Mr. Jung after Germany's top general, the senior Defense official quit on Thursday. The German army has been heavily criticized for calling a U.S. air strike where many civilians were nearby.

The Polish President Lech Kaczynski has signed into law a compulsory chemical castration to some sex-offenders. The practice has been tried in other countries but usually on a voluntary bases. From Warsaw, Adam xx reports.

According to the politicians, Poland now has severe legislation towards xx in Europe. Under the law, adults convicted raping on child under age 16 or committed xx would be forced to take drugs to reduce their libido. The practice was referred as chemical castration. The Polish law would be drafted on a high-profile case that xx which a forty-five year old man repeated raped his daughter and the two children by her.

Police in Bangladesh says search has been underway for thousands of people after a river ferry sank. Details of casualties has sketched, reporting two people have died and about 50 are missing. The boat was carrying hundreds of passengers to the Southern island of xx for the Eid Festival.

Two man has been executed in China after been convicted of stealing and trafficing young children,most of them boys. Every year, thousands of children are snapped of the streets or from bus and train stations. The authority has tried to clime down on the illegal trade. The BBC Beijing Correspondent says parents try to buy boys because China's one-child policy means they can't have sons of their own.

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BBC News with Ally Macue.

The American golf star Tiger Woods has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for injuries sustained in a car crash outside his home in Florida. Paul Adams reports.

The Florida Highway Patrol says Tiger Woods was injured as he pulled out of his driveway in the early hours in the morning. The authorities said his Cadillac hit a fire hydrant and a tree as he left his home in Windermere, an exclusive suburb of Orlando. Early reports suggested he might have been seriously injured but a local hospital now says he was treated from minor injuries and released. His agent Mark Steinberg has told the American TV network CNBC that his client is fine. The Highway Patrol is investigating but says alcohol was not involved.

The United Nations nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, has voted to censure Iran for developing a uranium enrichment site in secret. Unusually, both Russia and China backed the resolution. The US said the international community was running out of patience with Iran. John Line reports.

This is a strong sign of Iran’s growing international isolation. It was the first resolution against Iran passed by the IAEA since 2006. More significantly, China and Russia both voted in favor. This heavily critical resolution focused on recently revealed nuclear plant close to Qom which the West believes could be part of a secret bomb program. But Iran’s refusal to answer questions on the alleged bomb studies also infuriated the IAEA. As has Iran’s hesitation over whether to accept a deal on new fuel for a research wrapped in Tehran.

Britain’s ambassador to the United Nations during the run up to the Iraq war has questioned the legitimacy of the American led invasion in 2003. Speaking on the 4th day of a public inquiry in London, Jeremy Greenstock said he thought there were not many countries that thought Iraq was telling the truth about weapons of mass destruction but he said that did not translate into much support for tough action against Saddam Hussein which in the end cast out according to Sir Jeremy, on the military action taken.

I regarded our invasion of Iraq as legal but of questionable legitimacy in that it did not have the democratically observable backing of a great majority of member states or even perhaps of a majority of people inside the United Kingdom.

Sir Jeremy also said the UN weapons inspector should’ve been given more time to carry out their work but by then American pressure to invade proved irresistible.

The British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has proposed richer nations set up a ten-billion-dollar fund to provide incentives for developing world to cut greenhouse gas emissions. He was speaking in Trinidad, where leaders from the Commonwealth group of nations are meeting. At the opening ceremony, the head of the Commonwealth, Queen Elizabeth, said the organization had the opportunity to meet once more.

World News from the BBC.

Germany’s Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung has resigned over his handling of an air strike in Afghanistan in September which is believed to have killed around 30 civilians. Mr. Jung was Defense Minister at the time and for days insisted no civilians have been killed. Pressure increased on Mr.Jung after Germany’s top General and the senior Defense Ministry official quit on Thursday. The German army has been heavily criticized for calling in a US air strike on Taliban when many civilians were nearby.

The Polish President Lech Kaczynski has signed into law the compulsory chemical castration of some sex offenders. The practice has been tried in other countries but usually on a voluntary basis. From Warsaw, Adam Eastern reports.

According to its politicians, Poland now has the severest legislation towards Peter files in Europe.
Under the law, adults convicted of raping a child under the age of 15 or committing incest will be forced upon release to take drugs to reduce their libido.A practice commonly referred to as chemical castration. The Polish law was drafted following a high-profile case last year in which a 45-year-old man repeatedly raped his daughter and fathered two children by her.

Police in Bangladesh say a search is under way for dozens of people after a river ferry sank. Details of casualties are sketchy but reports say two people are known to have died and about fifty are missing. The boat was carrying hundreds of passengers to the southern island of Bhola to celebrate the East Festival.

Two men have been executed in China after being convicted of stealing and trafficking young children, most of them boys. Every year thousands of children are snatched off the streets, or from bus and train stations and the authorities have been trying to clamp down on the illegal trade. The BBC Beijing correspondent says some parents try to buy boys because China’s One Child Policy means they can’t have sons of their own.

BBC News.


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