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The disruption of air travel caused by the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland has worsen with no flights leaving or landing at the airports in northern and central Europe. At least 23 countries closed their air space in whole or in part on Saturday. Three quarters of Trans-Atlantic flights were cancelled as the clouds of ash and dust move further cross the continent. With the weather on the window action unlikely to change, little improvement is predicted for the next 24 hours. Dr. Mathew Roberts from the Icelandic meteorological office explains.



There still lay a tremendous quantity of ice from melting while the erupting volcano, and at the reason why the place on ice is so important is that the great of ice is responsible for quenching the lava that disappearing at the eruption side. At the quench it cooled, fragments the tiny but abrasive shard and this material has been lofted high into the atmosphere and it traveling towards Europe.



A test flight is being carried out in Dutch airspace to assess the impact as the volcanic ash on aircraft parts. Officials said the aircraft belonging to the Dutch carrier KLM will fly a lower altitude than usual to try to avoid flying through the massive ash cloud.



Tens of thousands people have attended an open memorial service in the Polish capital Warsaw for president L.K. and 95 others who died in a plane clash in Russia. Duncan Kennedy sent this report.



The three hours the memorial linked to the poems, music and speeches in honor of those who died. Warsaw’s main square was filled with people among them relatives and friends of the victims of Last Saturday’s air crash in Western Russia. President Kacyznski’s daughter and twin brother came as the past leaders like president. Later, Poland’s Prime Minister Donald Tusk said he still found it hard to comprehend the tragedy. On Sunday, president Kacyznski and the first lady will be buried in the state funeral in Krakow.



The White House has announced President Obama won’t be attending Mr Kacyznski’s sit funeral on Sunday because of the travel chaos across Europe. He joins a growing list of world leaders and dignitaries who have cancelled planes to make the plans to make the trip to Krakow. They include the heir to the British throne, the Prince of Wales and kings of Sweden and Spain. And other absentees would be German chancellor Angola Merkel.



In a speech to mark the arrival of Pope Benedict to Malta, the island’s president George Abela has referred to a current core case there against three Roman Catholic priests accused of child sex abuse. Mr Abela said justice must be seen to be done in the case. The visit to Malta is the Pope’s first foreign trip since the child sex abuse scandal affecting the church came to a head in Europe and the United States. The Pope avoided making any direct reference to cases of child sex abuse by priests.



World News from the BBC.

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The disruption of air travel caused by the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland is worsening with no flights landing or leaving at the airports in northen and central Europe. At least 23 countries closed their air base in whole or part on Saturday. 3 quarters of trans-Atlantic  flights were cancelled as the clouds of ash and dust move further across the continent. With the weather and wind direction unlikely to change, little improvment is prodicted for the next 24 hours. Dr. Mafiled  Roberts from Atlantic Meteologic Office explains:
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A test flight has been carried out in a Dutch air base to assess the impact of volcanic ash on aircraft parts. Officials said the aircraft belonging to the Dutch KLwould fly to lower altitude than usual to try to avoid flying through the mass of ash cloud.
Tens of thousands of people have attended the open memorial ceremony in the Polish capital Warsaw for President lech kaczynski and 95 others who died in a plane crash in Russia. Dunken Kinnedy sends this report:
The 3-hour memorial include the poems, music and speeches in honor of those who died. Warsaw was a main square filled with people among the friends and relatives of the victims of last Saturday's air crash in western Russia. President kaczynski's daughter and twin brother came as did past leaders like the ex-president Watesa. Later Poland's Prime Minister Tusk said he still found it hard to comprehend the tragedy. On Sunday the President kaczynski and the 1st lady will be burried in a state funeral in Krakow.
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In a speech to mark the arrival of Pope Benedict to Malta by the Ireland's priest George Abella has referred to a current court case there against three Roman Catholic priests accused of child sex abuse. Mr. Abella said the justice must be seen to be done in the case. The visit to Malta is the Pope's 1st foreign trip since the child sex abuse scandle affecting the church came to ahead in Europe and the United States. The Pope avoided of making any direct reference to the cases of child sex abuse by priests.
World news from the BBC.
Bombs were exploded in a camp for displaced people in the northwestern Pakistan killing at least 44 people. 60 others were wounded. Police said that the two bombs went off for the minutes each other as the food was being distributed in the camp near the town of Dohar. A security guy Mazaly described a suspected bomber at the entrance of camp.
We want to engage in searching people. I saw with my own eyes a person coming in. He knew we were searching. As he came in front of the gate there was an explosion, after that, I don't know what happened.
Our BBC correspondent in Pakistan says the victims were sheer Muslims and a Sulin Militan group has said it carried out the attack.
The head of Pakistan army General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani  has apologized for the death of civilians during air raids near Afghan border a week ago. Pakistan war planes targeted the Muslim militants bombed a remote villege in the K tribe district. The army initially claimed that most of the dead are militants. But Local people said more than 60 civilians have been killed.
The government of Ecuador threatened legislation to take over foreign oil concessions if the companies resist growing stake control in the industry. The government has been pressing the companies to give up concessions that give them a share of profits from oil fields and to accept service contracts instead.
Saudi Arabia has announced planns to build new research complex for developing nuclear and alternative engergy technologies which will be based in the capital of Riyadh. An official statement said the new center will be responsible for shaping the kindom energy policy overseen the commercial use of nuclear power and handling reduce the oil waste. Saudi Arabia has the world's largest proven oil waste.
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The disruption of air travel caused by the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland has worsen with no flights leaving or landing at the airports in northern and central Europe. At least 23 countries closed their air space in whole or in part on Saturday. 3 quarters of transatlantic flights were cancelled as the clouds of ash and dust move further cross the continent. With the weather on the window action unlikely to change, little improvement is predicted for the next 24 horus.

Doctor Mathew Roberts from the Icelandic meteorological office explains.

They still lay a tremendous quantity of ice from melting while the erupting volcano, and at the reason why the place on ice is so important is that the great of ice is responsible for quenching the lava that disappearing at the eruption side. At the quench it cooled, fragments the tiny but abrasive shard and this material has been lofted high into the atmosphere and it traveling towards Europe.

A test flight is being carried out in Dutch airspace to assess the impact as the volcanic ash on aircraft parts. Officials said the aircraft belonging to the Dutch carrier KLM will fly a lower altitude than usual to try to avoid flying through the massive ash cloud.

Tens of thousands people have attended an open memorial service in the Polish capital Warsaw for president Lech Kacyznski and 95 others who died in a plane clash in Russia. Duncan Kennedy sent this report.

The 3 hours the memorial linked to the poems, music and speeches in honor of those who died. Warsaw’s main square was filled with people among them relatives and friends of the victims of Last Saturday’s air crash in Western Russia. President Kacyznski’s daughter and twin brother came as the past leaders like president /. Later, Poland’s Prime Minister Donald Tusk said he still found it hard to comprehend the tragedy. On Sunday, president Kacyznski and the first lady will be buried in the state funeral in Krakow.

The White House has announced President Obama won’t be attending Mr Kacyznski’s sit funeral on Sunday because of the travel chaos across Europe. He joins a growing list of world leaders and dignitries who have cancelled planes to make the plans to make the trip to Krakow. They include the heir to the British throne, the Prince of Wales and kings of Sweden and Spain. And other absentees would be German chancellor Angola Merkel.

In a speech to mark the arrival of Pope Benedict to Malta, the island’s president George Abela has referred to a current core case there against 3 Roman Catholic priests accused of child sex abuse. Mr Abela said justice must be seen to be done in the case. The visit to Malta is the Pope’s first foreign trip since the child sex abuse scandal affecting the church came to a head in Europe and the United States. The Pope avoided making any direct reference to cases of child sex abuse by priests.

World News from the BBC.

Bombs have exploded at a camp for displaced people in northwest Pakistan killing at least 40 people, 60 others were wounded. Police said that the two bombs went off within a minute of each other as food’s just being distributed at the camp near the town of Kohat. A security guard Saolo Matali described seeing a suspected bomber at the entrance at the camp.

We were on a team Searching people and so with my own eyes, a person coming. As if he knew we were searching as he came in front of the gate, there was an explosion. After that, I don’t know what happened.

A BBC correspondent in Pakistan says the victims were Shia Muslims and a Sunni militant group has said it carried out the attack.

The head of the Pakistani army general Ashfaq Kayani has apologized for the death of civilians during air raids near the Afghan border a week ago. Pakistani warplanes targeting Islamist militants bombed a remote village in the Khyber tribal district. The army initially acclaimed most of the dead were militants but local people said more than 60 civilians had been killed.

The government of Ecuador threatened legislation to take over foreign oil concessions if the companies resist growing state control of the industry. The government has been pressing the companies to give up concessions that give them a share of profits from oil fields and to accept a service contract instead.

Saudi Arabia has announced plans to build a new research complex for developing nuclear and alternative energy technologies which will be based in the capital Riyadh. An official statement said the new center will be responsible shaping the kingdom’s energy policy overseeing the commercial use of nuclear power and handling radio active waste. Saudi Arabia has the world’s largest proven oil waste
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The disruption of air travel caused by the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland has worsened with no flights leaving or landing at airports in northern and central Europe. At least23 countries closed their air space in whole or in part on Saturday. Three quarters of trans-Atlantic flights were cancelled as the clouds of ash and dust moved further across the continent. With the weather and the wind direction unlikely to change little improvement is predicted for the next 24 hours. Doctor .MR from the Iceland Meteorological Office explains.
There’s still is a tremendous quantity of ice for melting via the erupting volcano. And the reason why the glacial ice is so important is that the glacial ice is responsible for quenching the larva that’s appearing at the eruption site. And it quenches, it cools, fragments into the tiny but abrasive shard. And this material has been lofted high into the atmosphere and it is traveling towards Europe.
A test flight is being carried out in Dutch airspace to assess the impact of the volcanic ash on aircraft parts. Officials said the aircraft belonging to the Dutch carrier KLM would fly at lower altitude than usual to try to avoid flying through massive ash cloud.

Tens of thousands of people have attended an open air memorial service in the Polish capital Warsaw for President LK and 95 others who died in a plane clash in Russia. DK sends this report.
The three-hour memorial linked to poems, music and speeches in honor of those who died. Warsaw’s main square was filled with people, among them relatives and friends of the victims of last Saturday’s air crash in western Russia. President K’s daughter and twin brother came as did past leaders like President LW. Later, Poland Prime Minister DT said he still found it hard to comprehend the tragedy. On Sunday, President K and the first lady will be buried in the state funeral in C.

The White House has announced that President Obama won’t be attending Mr. K’s state funeral on Sunday because of the travel chaos across Europe. He joins a growing list of world leaders and dignitaries who have canceled plans to make the trip to K. They include the heir to the British throne, the Prince of Wales and the kings of Sweden and Spain. Another absentee will be the German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

In a speech to mark the arrival of Pope Benedict in Malta, / President GK has referred to a current court case there against three Roman Catholic priests accused of child sex abuse. Mr. K said justice must be seen to be done in the case. The visit to Malta is the Pope’s first foreign trip since the child sex abuse scandal affecting the church came to ahead in Europe and the United States. The Pope avoided making any direct reference to cases of child sex abuse by priests.

World News from the BBC.

Bombs have exploded at a camp for displaced people in northwest Pakistan, killing at least 40 people. 60 others were wounded. Police said that the two bombs went off within minutes of each other as food was distributed at the camp near the town of K. A security guard SM described seeing a suspected bomber at the entrance of the camp.
We were engaged in searching people. And so I saw with my own eyes a person coming. I could see he knew we would search him. As he came in front of the gate, there was an explosion. After that I don’t know what happened.
A BBC correspondent in Pakistan says the victims were Shiite Muslims and a Sunni militant group has said it carried out the attack.   

The head of the Pakistani army General AK has apologized for the deaths of civilians during air raids near the Afghan border a week ago. Pakistani warplanes targeting Islamist militants bombed a remote village in the K tribal district. The army initially claimed that most of the dead were militants. But local people said more than 60 civilians had been killed.

The government of Ecuador threatens legislation to take over foreign oil concessions if the companies resist growing state control of the industry. The government has been pressing the companies to give up concessions that give them a share of profits from oil fields and to accept service contracts instead.

Saudi Arabia has announced plans to build a new research complex for developing nuclear and alternative energy technologies which will be based in the capital Riyadh. An official statement said the new center would be responsible for shaping the kingdom’s energy policy, overseeing the commercial use of the nuclear power and handling radioactive waste. Saudi Arabia has the world’s largest proven oil waste  

BBC News.
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald

The disruption of air travel caused by the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland has worsened with no flights leaving or landing at  airports in northern and central Europe. At least 23 countries closed their airspace in whole or in part on Saturday. Three quarters of transatlantic flights were cancelled as the clouds of ash and dust move further across the continent. With the weather and the wind direction unlikely to change, little improvement is predicted for the next 24 hours. Doctor Matthew Roberts from the Icelandic Meteorological Office explains.

"There still is a tremendous quantity of ice for melting via the erupting volcano. And the reason why the glacial ice is so important is that the glacial ice is responsible for quenching the lava that's appearing at the eruption site. As it quenches, it cools, fragments into tiny but abrasive shard and this material has been lofted high into the atmosphere and is traveling towards Europe."

A test flight is being carried out in Dutch airspace to assess the impact of the volcanic ash on aircraft parts. Officials said the aircraft belonging to the Dutch carrier KLM would fly at lowerer altitude than usual to try to avoid flying through the massive ash cloud.

Tens of thousands people have attended an open-air memorial service in the Polish capital Warsaw for President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others who died in a plane clash in Russia. Duncan Kennedy sent this report.

The three-hour memorial linked to the poems, music and speeches in honor of those who died. Warsaw's main square was filled with people, among them relatives and friends of the victims of last Saturday's air crash in western Russia. President Kaczynski's daughter and twin brother came, as did past leaders like President Lech Walesa. Later, Poland's Prime Minister Donald Tusk said he still found it hard to comprehend the tragedy. On Sunday, President Kaczynski and the first lady will be buried in the state funeral in Krakow.

The White House has announced that President Obama won't be attending Mr Kaczynski's state funeral on Sunday because of the travel chaos across Europe. He joins a growing list of world leaders and dignitaries who have cancelled plans to make the trip to Krakow. They include the heir to the British throne, the Prince of Wales and the kings of Sweden and Spain. Another absentee will be the German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

In a speech to mark the arrival of Pope Benedict in Malta, the Ireland's President George Abela has referred to a current court case there against three Roman Catholic priests accused of child sex abuse. Mr Abela said justice must be seen to be done in the case. The visit to Malta is the Pope's first foreign trip since the child sex abuse scandal affecting the Church came to ahead in Europe and the United States. The Pope avoided making any direct reference to cases of child sex abuse by priests.

World News from the BBC

Bombs have exploded at a camp for displaced people in Northwest Pakistan, killing at least 40 people. Sixty others were wounded. Police said that the two bombs went off within minutes of each other as food was being distributed at the camp near the town of Kohat. A security guard Saolo Matali described seeing a suspected bomber at the entrance of the camp.

"We were engaged in searching people. \ I saw with my own eyes a person coming. I could see he knew we would search him. As he came in front of the gate, there was an explosion. After that, I don't know what happened."

A BBC correspondent in Pakistan says the victims were Shiite Muslims and a Sunni militant group has said it carried out the attack.

The head of the Pakistani army General Ashfaq Kayani has apologized for the deaths of civilians during air raids near the Afghan border a week ago. Pakistani warplanes targeting Islamist militants bombed a remote village in the Khyber tribal district. The army initially claimed that most of the dead were militants, but local people said more than 60 civilians had been killed.

The government of Ecuador threatened legislation to take over foreign oil concessions if the companies resist growing state control of the  industry. The government has been pressing the companies to give up concessions that give them a share of profits from oil fields and to accept service contracts instead.

Saudi Arabia has announced plans to build a new research complex for developing nuclear and alternative energy technologies which will be based in the capital Riyadh. An official statement said the new center would be responsible for shaping the kingdom's energy policy, overseeing the commercial use of nuclear power and handling radioactive waste. Saudi Arabia has the world's largest proven oil waste.

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