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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

European Union Transport Ministers have agreed to ease some of the restrictions on air travel which were imposed across Europe last week, following the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland. After discussions by video conference, the EU Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas announced the decision to reporters in Brussels.

"New air control matters can come into affect from eight o'clock Tuesday morning. From tomorrow morning, we should see progressively more planes start to flying and this is a good news for Europe's stranded passengers , good news for airline industry and other sector of those economy hard hit by this crisis.

In an effort to ensure safety, the EU wants to create three designated flight zones. One
remaining entirely off limits because of the threat of volcanic dust, another will be open to all aircraft while a third zone will be available for a limited service. In Germany, the two main two airlines Luftverkehrs and Air Berlin were granted exemptions from the existing flight ban to allow them to bring home stranded passengers. A Luftverkehrs spokesman said they were expected to carry a total of about 15,000 people from the Far East, Africa and the Americas. Britain has announced that it's sending warships to help bring home British travelers.

The American military in Iraq has confirmed that two most wanted al-Qaeda leaders in the country have been killed. The Iraqi government named them as Abu Ayyub al-Masri and Abu Omar al-Baghdadi. The Prime Minister Nour al-Maliki said their identities have been confirmed by non-medical tests on the bodies. The two men were reportedly tracked down by an intelligence team west of Baghdad and their hideout destroyed by missiles. The US Vice President Joe Biden said the death showed that Iraq was now better able to look after its own security.

”Their deaths are potentially devastating blows to al-Qaeda in Iraq, but equally important in my view is this action demonstrates the improved security strengthening capacity of Iraqi security forces, ensuring Iraqis have taken the lead in securing Iraqi citizens by taking out both of these individuals.”

Officials in Pakistan say at least 23 people were killed when a suicide bomb exploded in a crowded market in Peshawar. Aleem Maqbool reports from Islamabad.

The explosion happened closed to a police station in what's called the Storytellers' Bazaar, in this historic market place in the central Peshawar.,there was packed with shoppers and also a large crowd protesting against the frequent power cuts in the city. One of Peshawar's senior most police officers was among those killed. It is Taliban militants who
have been suspected of carrying out the attack. They have recently come under increasing pressure across northwest Pakistan, for the Pakistani military carries out operations against them.

World News from the BBC.

The Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak has said Israel must recognize that the world will not accept Israeli rule over Palestinians for decades to come. He also warned of growing alienation between Israel and its longstanding ally, the United States. Mr.Barak's warning comes at the time of growing criticism of the right-wing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Pope Benedict has invited the world's
400,000 Catholic priests to Rome in June to show their support for him over what the Vatican said are unjust attacks on his policies concerning pedophilia crimes. The invitation was contained in a letter from Cardinal ... In the letter, the cardinal says the presence of so many priests in St. Peter Square will be a good way to show that they haven't been intimidated as he put it, by the crimes committed by a few of their fellow clergy.

A team of Sherpas in
Nepal have announced that they will go on a cleanup expedition on Mount Everest. It's the first time that Mount Everest is to be cleaned above the altitude of 8,000 meters, an area which is called the death zone because of the low level of oxygen and treacherous conditions. Joana Jolly reports.

The team of 20 sherpa mountaineers will set off
on  May 1st to establish camp at   a point known as Everest's South Col. From here, they plan to start their cleaning-up operation, including removing at least two bodies from a narrow trail between the South Col and the Summit. The Sherpas, many of whom have climbed Everest several times, say they have also planned to remove 3,000 kilograms of empty oxygen bottles, old food wrappings , tents and ropes.

A focusing Cuban scientist has won a prestigious environmental prize in the United States, for challenging the role of State Bureaucrats in Cuban agriculture. ... who has promoted traditional techniques of cultivation and right of farmers to choose which seeds to plant in a country where 80% of farms are controlled by the state.

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homeworkEuropean Union Transport Ministers have agreed to ease some of the restrictions on air travel which were imposed across Europe last week, following the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland. After discussions by video conference, the EU Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas announced the decision to reporters in Brussels.

"New air control
measures can come into affect from eight o'clock Tuesday morning. From tomorrow morning,we should see progressively more planes start the flying and this is a good news for Europe's splendid. Passengers squad news for airline industry and other sector of those economy hard hit by this crisis.

In an effort to ensure safety, the EU wants to create three designated flight zones. One will remain in Italy off limits because of the threat of volcanic dust, another will be opened to all aircraft while a third zone will be available for a limited service. In Germany, the two main two airlines Luftverkehrs and Air Berlin were granted exemptions from the existing flight ban to allow them to bring home stranded passengers. A Luftverkehrs spokesman said they were expected to carry a total of about 15,000 people from the Far East, Africa and the Americas. Britain has announced that it's sending warships to help bring home British travelers.

The American military in Iraq has confirmed that the two most wanted al-Qaeda leaders in the country have been killed. The Iraqi government named them as Abu Ayyub al-Masri and Abu Omar al-Baghdadi. The Prime Minister Nour al-Maliki said their identities have been confirmed by non-medical tests on the bodies. The two men were reportedly tracked down by an intelligence team west of Baghdad and their hideout destroyed by missiles. The US Vice President Joe Biden said the death showed that Iraq was now better able to look after its own security.

Their deaths are potentially devastating blows to al-Qaeda in Iraq, but equally important in my view is this action demonstrates the improved security strengthening capacity of Iraqi security forces. Ensure, Iraqis have taken the lead in security in Iraq and citizens by taking out most of these individuals.

Officials in Pakistan say at least 23 people were killed when a suicide bomb exploded in a crowded market in Peshawar. Aleem Maqbool reports from Islamabad.

The explosion happened closed to a police station in what's called the Storytellers' Bazaar, in his historic market place in the central Peshawar. There was packed with shoppers and also a large crowd protesting against the frequent power cuts in the city. One of Peshawar's senior most police officers was among those killed. It is Taliban militants will be suspected of carrying out the attack. They have recently come under increasing pressure across northwest Pakistan, as the Pakistani military carries out operations against them.

World News from the BBC.

The Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak has said Israel must recognize that the world will not accept Israeli rule over Palestinians for decades to come. He also warned of growing alienation between Israel and its longstanding ally, the United States. Mr.Barak's warning comes at the time of growing criticism of the right-wing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Pope Benedict has invited the world's 4,000 Catholic priests to Rome in June to show their support for him of what the Vatican says are unjust attacks on his policies concerning pedophilia crimes. The invitation was contained in a letter from Cardinal ... In the letter, the cardinal says the presents of so many priests in St. Peter Square will be a good way to show that they haven't been intimidated as he put it, by the crimes committed by a few of their fellow clergy.

A team of Sherpas in the pole have announced that they will go on a cleanup expedition on Mount Everest. It's the first time that Mount Everest is to be cleaned above the altitude of 8,000 meters, an area which is called the death zone because of the low level of oxygen and ... conditions. Joana Jolly reports.

The team of 20
Sherpa mountaineers were set off from the May 1st.to establish camp at a point known as Everest's South Col. From here, they planned to start their cleaning operation, including removing at least two bodies from a narrow trail between the South Col and the Summit. The Sherpas, many of whom have climbed Everest several times, say they have also planned to remove 3,000 kilograms of empty oxygen bottles, old food wrappings , tents and ropes.

A focus in Cuban scientist has won a prestigious environmental prize in the United States, for challenging the role of State Bureaucrats in Cuban agriculture. ... who has promoted traditional techniques of cultivation and right farmers to choose which seeds to plant in a country where 80% of farms are controlled by the state.

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BBC News with Marian Marshall.

European Union Transport Minister has agreed to ease some of restrictions of air travel which imposed across the European last week, following the spread of volcanic ash from the Iceland. After discussions by video conference, the EU Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas announced the decision to reporters in Brussels.
New air control matters can come into effect from the 8 o'clock Tuesday morning. From tomorrow morning, we should see / more plains start to fly and this is good news for Europe's standards. Passengers / news for airline industry and other/  sake / the heart hit by this crisis. In an effort to assure safety, the EU wants to create 3 designated fight zones, one will remain the / because of the thread of volcanic dust, another will be opened to all aircraft or a third zone will be available for limited services. In Germany, the two main airlines Lufthansa and Air Berlin will granted the / from the existing flight ban to allow them to bring home / passengers. A Lufthansa spokesman say they will respect to carry the total about 16 thousand people from the Far East, Africa and America's. Britain has announced to sending worships to help bringing home British travelers.

The American Military in Iraq has confirmed the two most wanted Al-Qaeda leaders in the country have been killed. The Iraqi government named Abu Ayyub al-Masri and Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, the Prime Minister Nour al-Maliki said their identities of being confirmed by / tests on the bodies. The two man will report the / down by intelligence team west of Baghdad and they hideouted destroy by /.

The US Vice President Joe Biden said that show that Iraq was not better able to look after it's own security. Their death are potentially devastating blows to Al-Qaeda of Iraq, but equally important in my view is this action demonstrates the improve security strengthening capacity of Iraqi security forces ensure the Iraqis of taking the leader security Iraqi citizens by taking our most / individuals.

Officials in Pakistan said at least 23 people were killed when a suicide bombing explored in the crowded market in Peshawar. Aleem Maqbool reports from Islamabad. The explosion happened close to a police station and what's call the story tell us bazaar and his / the market place in the center Peshawar there was packed with shoppers and also a large crowd protesting against the frequent power cuts in the city. One of Peshawar's senior / police officials was / killed. It is Taliban militants will be suspected of carrying out the attack. The reasoning / increasingly pressure across northwest Pakistan. The Pakistani military carries out operations against them.

World News from the BBC.

The Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak has said the Israel must recognize the world will not accept Israel rule of Pakistanis for decades to come. He also warned of growing alienation between Israel and it's standing ally the United States. Mr. Barak's warning comes at the time growing criticism of right win prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Pope Benedict has invited the world's 4000 Catholics priests to Rome in June to show that support of him of what Vatican says unjust the tax on his policy concerning pedophilia crimes. The / the letter from the Cardinal / /. In the letter, the cardinal says the presence of so many priests in St. Peter Square will be a good way to show they haven't been in terminated he put it by the crime's committee by a few their /.

A team of Sherpas in pole have announced they would go on the clean up expedition on Mount Everest. It's the first time the Mount Everest to be cleaned above the altitude of 8000 meters. / just called the death throw because the low level of oxygen and / conditions. Joana Jolly reports.

The team of 20 Sherpas maintainers was set off on May first to establish the camp at the point Everest's south core from here they plan to start their cleaning operation, including the removing at least bodies from the / between the south core and summit.
The Sherpas, many of whom have climbed Sherpas many times, / plan to move 3000 kilograms of empty oxygen bottles ,old / tents and /.
A focus in Cuban scientist won the prestigious environmental price in the United States for challenging the role of state bureaucracy in Cuban agriculture on better real seeds promotive traditional techniques of cultivation and right to farmers to choose which seeds to plant in the country where 80% farmers are controlled by the state.

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European Union Transport Ministers have agreed to ease some of the restrictions on air travel which were imposed across Europe last week, following the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland. After discussions by video conference, the EU Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas announced the decision to reporters in Brussels.

"
New air control measures can come into effect from eight o'clock Tuesday morning. From tomorrow morning, we should see progressively more planes start to flying and this is good news for Europe's stranded passengers , good news for airline industry and other sectors  of those economy hard hit by this crisis
."

In an effort to ensure safety, the EU wants to create three designated flight zones. One will remain entirely off limits because of the threat of volcanic dust, another will be opened to all aircraft while a third zone will be available for a limited service. In Germany, the two main two airlines Luftverkehrs and Air Berlin were granted exemptions from the existing flight ban to allow them to bring home stranded passengers. A Luftverkehrs spokesman said they were expected to carry a total of about 15,000 people from the Far East, Africa and the Americas. Britain has announced that it's sending warships to help bring home British travelers
.

The American military in Iraq has confirmed that two most wanted al-Qaeda leaders in the country have been killed. The Iraqi government named them as Abu Ayyub al-Masri and Abu Omar al-Baghdadi. The Prime Minister Nour al-Maliki said their identities have been confirmed by lens-medical tests on the bodies. The two men were reportedly tracked down by an intelligence team west of Baghdad and their hideout destroyed by missiles. The US Vice President Joe Biden said the death showed that Iraq was now better able to look after its own security
.

"
Their deaths are potentially devastating blows to al-Qaeda in Iraq, but equally important in my view is this action demonstrates the improved security strengthening capacity of Iraqi security forces, ensuring Iraqis have taken the lead in securing Iraqi citizens by taking out both of these individuals
."

Officials in Pakistan say at least 23 people were killed when a suicide bomb exploded in a crowded market in Peshawar. Aleem Maqbool reports from Islamabad
.

The explosion happened closed to a police station in what's called the Storytellers' Bazaar, in this historic market place in the central Peshawar,there was packed with shoppers and also a large crowd protesting against the frequent power cuts in the city. One of Peshawar's senior most police officers was among those killed. It is Taliban militants who have been suspected of carrying out the attack. They have recently come under increasing pressure across northwest Pakistan, for the Pakistani military carries out operations against them
.

World News from the BBC
.

The Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak has said Israel must recognize that the world will not accept Israeli rule over Palestinians for decades to come. He also warned of growing alienation between Israel and its longstanding ally, the United States. Mr.Barak's warning comes at the time of growing criticism of the right-wing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
.

Pope Benedict has invited the world's 400,000 Catholic priests to Rome in June to show their support for him over what the Vatican said are unjust attacks on his policies concerning pedophilia crimes. The invitation was contained in a letter from Cardinal ... In the letter, the cardinal says the presence of so many priests in St. Peter Square will be a good way to show that they haven't been intimidated as he put it, by the crimes committed by a few of their fellow clergy
.

A team of Sherpas in Nepal have announced that they will go on a cleanup expedition on Mount Everest. It's the first time that Mount Everest is to be cleaned above the altitude of 8,000 meters, an area which is called the death zone because of the low level of oxygen and treacherous conditions. Joana Jolly reports
.

The team of 20 sherpa mountaineers will set off on the May 1st to establish camp at a point known as Everest's South Col. From here, they plan to start their cleaning-up operation, including removing at least two bodies from a narrow trail between the South Col and the Summit. The Sherpas, many of whom have climbed Everest several times, say they also planned to remove 3,000 kilograms of empty oxygen bottles, old food wrappings , tents and ropes
.

A focusing Cuban scientist has won a prestigious environmental prize in the United States, for challenging the role of State Bureaucrats in Cuban agriculture. ... who has promoted traditional techniques of cultivation and right of farmers to choose which seeds to plant in a country where 80% of farms are controlled by the state.

BBC News.




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BBC news with Maryn Mashel

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the American military in Iraq has confirmed the two most wanted *** leaders in the country have been killed. Iraqi government named them as  *** and ****. the prime minister **** said the identities has been confirmed by main medical tests on the bodies. the two men were reportedly  tracked down by intelligence term *****, and their hide *** destroy by missiles. the US vice president Joel Badan said death showed the Iraq was now better able to look after its own security. there death are potentially **** *** to *** Iraq , but equally important in my view is this act demonstrates the  improve security strength capacity of Iraqi security forces. ensure the Iraqis have taken a lead in securing Iraq citizens by taking out both of these individuals.

Officials in Pakistan said at least 23 people were killed when a suicide boomer exploded in  a crowded market in Pershaer . Alibamu reports from Islamabad. the explosion happened closed to a police station and what's called the store *** , and the store market placed at the central *** was packed with shoppers and also a large crowd protesting against the free power cuts in the city. one of *** senior ** police office was among theoe killed . it is Taliban militant who will be suspected carrying out the attack. they recently come and increasing pressure across northwest Pakistan , so Pakistan military carries out operations against them.

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the Israeli defence minister **** has said Israel must recognize the world will not accept the Israeli rule of Palistanians for decade to come. he also warned of growing alienation between Israel and its long stand ally the United States. Mr ***'s warning come the time of growing criticism of the right wing prime minister Bejamin Najaminahu.

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the team of *** have announced they were going on a *** expedition on mountain (Everest). it's the first time mountain Everest has been cleaned above the altitude of 8000 meters. that area which was called the death zone because of the low level of oxygen and **** conditions. Jorannna Jorrien reports

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European Union Transport Ministers have agreed to ease some of the restrictions on air travel which were imposed across Europe last week, following the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland. After discussions by video conference, the EU Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas announced the decision to reporters in Brussels.

"New air control matters can come into affect from eight o'clock Tuesday morning. From tomorrow morning, we should see progressively more planes start to flying and this is a good news for Europe's stranded[人或交通工具]被滞留的) Passengers ,good news for airline industry and other sector of those economy hard hit by this crisis.

In an effort to ensure safety, the EU wants to create three designated(被指名的) flight zones. One will remain entirely off limits because of the threat of volcanic dust, another will be opened to all aircraft while a third zone will be available for a limited service. In Germany, the two main two airlines Luftverkehrs and Air Berlin were granted exemptions(豁免) fromexempt sb.from the existing flight ban to allow them to bring home stranded passengers. A Luftverkehrs spokesman said they were expected to carry a total of about 15,000 people from the Far East, Africa and the Americas. Britain has announced that it's sending warships to help bring home British travelers.

The American military in Iraq has confirmed that two most wanted al-Qaeda leaders in the country have been killed. The Iraqi government named them as Abu Ayyub al-Masri and Abu Omar al-Baghdadi. The Prime Minister Nour al-Maliki said their identities have been confirmed by non-medical tests on the bodies. The two men were reportedly tracked down(追踪到) by an intelligence team west of Baghdad and their hide-out(隐身处) destroyed by missiles. The US Vice President Joe Biden said the death showed that Iraq was now better able to look after its own security.

Their deaths are potentially devastating blows to al-Qaeda in Iraq, but equally important in my view is this action demonstrates the improved security strengthening capacity of Iraqi security forces, ensuring Iraqis have taken the lead in securing Iraqi citizens by taking out both of these individuals.

Officials in Pakistan say at least 23 people were killed when a suicide bomb exploded in a crowded market in Peshawar. Aleem Maqbool reports from Islamabad.

The explosion happened closed to a police station in what's called the Storytellers' Bazaar, in this historic market place in the central Peshawar. There was packed with shoppers and also a large crowd protesting against the frequent power cuts in the city. One of Peshawar's senior most police officers was among those killed. It is Taliban militants who will be suspected of carrying out the attack. They have recently come under increasing pressure across northwest Pakistan, for the Pakistani military carries out operations against them.

World News from the BBC.
The Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak has said Israel must recognize that the world will not accept Israeli rule over Palestinians for decades to come. He also warned of growing alienation (疏离感)between Israel and its longstanding ally, the United States. Mr.Barak's warning comes at the time of growing criticism of the right-wing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Pope Benedict has invited the world's 4,000 Catholic priests to Rome in June to show their support for him over what the Vatican says are unjust attacks on his policies concerning pedophilia(恋童癖) crimes. The invitation was contained in a letter from Cardinal ... In the letter, the cardinal says the presence of so many priests in St. Peter Square will be a good way to show that they haven't been intimidated as he put it, by the crimes committed by a few of their fellow clergy.

A team of Sherpas in nepal have announced that they will go on a cleanup expedition on Mount Everest. It's the first time that Mount Everest(珠穆朗玛峰) is to be cleaned above the altitude of 8,000 meters, an area which is called the death zone because of the low level of oxygen and ... conditions. Joana Jolly reports.

The team of 20 sherpa mountaineers will set off from the May 1st to establish camp at
an a point known as Everest's South Col. From here, they plan to start their cleaning-up operation, including removing at least two bodies from a narrow trail between the South Col and the Summit. The Sherpas, many of whom have climbed Everest several times, say they have also planned to remove 3,000 kilograms of empty oxygen bottles, old food wrappings , tents and ropes.


A focusing Cuban scientist has won a prestigious environmental prize in the United States, for challenging the role of State Bureaucrats in Cuban agriculture. ... who has promoted traditional techniques of cultivation and right of farmers to choose which seeds to plant in a country where 80% of farms are controlled by the state.

BBC News.
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BBC News with Marian Mashall.

European Union Transport Minister has agreed to ease some of the restrictions on air travell which were imposed across Europe last week following the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland.After discussions by vadio conference the EU Transport Commission same colors announce the decision to reporters in brusals.

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The American Military in Iraq has confirmed the two most wanted Al-qaeda leaders in the country have been killed .The Iraqi government nemed them Abuauaba amastry and Amuabadadi.The Prime Minister Nori Amaliki said the identity had been confirmed by nien medical tests on the bodies.The two men were reportedly tracked down by intelligence team west Bakdad and they  held out destroy by missel.

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World news from the BBC.


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BBC News with Marian Marshall

European Union transport ministers have agreed to ease some of the restrictions on air travel which were imposed across Europe last week following the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland. After discussions by video conference, the EU Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas announced the decision to reporters in Brussels.
"New air control measures can come into effect from eight o'clock Tuesday morning. From tomorrow morning on, we should see progressively more planes start to fly and this is good news for Europe's stranded passengers, good news for airline industry and other sectors of the economy hard hit by this crisis."

In an effort to ensure safety, the EU wants to create three designated fly zones. One will remain entirely off limits because of the threat of volcanic dust; another will be open to all aircraft while a third zone will be available for a limited service. In Germany, the two main \ airlines, Lufthansa and Air Berlin, were granted exemptions from the existing fly ban to allow them to bring home stranded passengers. A Lufthansa spokesman said they were expected to carry a total of about 15,000 people from the Far East, Africa and the Americas. Britain has announced that it's sending warships to help bring home British travelers.

The American military in Iraq has confirmed that the two most wanted al-Qaeda leaders in the country have been killed. The Iraqi government named them as Abu Ayyub al-Masri and Abu Omar al-Baghdadi. The Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki said their identities had been confirmed by * medical tests on the bodies. The two men were reportedly tracked down by an intelligence team west of Baghdad and their hideout destroyed by missiles. The US Vice President Joe Biden said the deaths showed that Iraq was now better able to look after its own security.
"Their deaths are potentially devastating blows to al-Qaeda \ Iraq, but equally important in my view is this action demonstrates the improved security strength and capacity of Iraqi security forces. In short, the Iraqis have taken the lead in securing Iraq and its citizens by taking out both of these individuals."

Officials in Pakistan say at least 23 people were killed when a suicide bomb exploded in a crowded market in Peshawar. Aleem Maqbool reports from Islamabad.
The explosion happened close to a police station, in what's called the Storytellers' Bazaar, a historic market place in the central Peshawar that was packed with shoppers and also a large crowd protesting against the frequent power cuts in the city. One of Peshawar's senior most police officers was among those killed. It is Taliban militants who \ be suspected of carrying out the attack. They have recently come under increasing pressure across Northwest Pakistan for \ Pakistani military carries out operations against them.

World News from the BBC

The Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak has said Israel must recognize that the world will not accept Israeli rule over Palestinians for decades to come. He also warned of growing alienation between Israel and its long-standing ally, the United States.  Mr Barak's warning comes at the time of growing criticism of the right-wing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Pope Benedict has invited the world's 400,000 Catholic priests to Rome in June to show their support for him over what the Vatican says are unjust attacks on his policies concerning pedophilia crimes. The invitation was contained in a letter from Cardinal Claudio Hummes. In the letter, the cardinal says the presence of so many priests in St Peter's Square will be a good way to show that they haven't been intimidated, as he put it, by the crimes committed by a few of their fellow clergy.

A team of Sherpas in Nepal have announced that they will go on a clean-up expedition on Mount Everest. It's the first time that Mount Everest is to be cleaned above the altitude of 8,000 meters, an area which is called the "death zone" because of the low level of oxygen and treacherous conditions. Joanna Jolly reports.
The team of 20 Sherpa mountaineers will set off on \ May 1 to establish camp at the point known as Everest's South Col. From here, they plan to start their cleaning \ operation, including removing at least two bodies from a narrow trail between the South Col and the summit. The Sherpas, many of whom have climbed Everest several times, say they \ also plan to remove 3,000 kilograms of empty oxygen bottles, old food wrappings, tents and ropes.

A folk-singing Cuban scientist has won a prestigious environmental prize in the United States for challenging the role of state bureaucrats in Cuban agriculture. Humberto Rios has promoted traditional techniques of cultivation and the right of farmers to choose which seeds to plant in a country where 80% of farms are controlled by the state.

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BBC news with Marian Marshal
European Union Transport have agreed to ease some of the restrict ions on air travel which were imposed across Europe last week, following the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland. After discussion by video conference, the EU transport Commissioner Sims announce the decisions in Brussels.

“new air control matters can come into effect from aid the block_morning. From tomorrow morning on we should see rest”

And effort to insure safety the EU wants to create 3 designated flight zones. One remains in Italy off limits because of the threat of volcanic dust, another would be open to all air crafts, and well the third zone would be available for limited service. In Germany two main air lines Luftverkehrs and Air Berlin were granted exemptions from existing grounding ban to allow them bring home stranded passengers.  Luftverkehrs spokesman said they expected to carry total about 15.000 people from far east, Africa and the Americas. Britain has announced that sending warships to help bring home British travelers.

The American military in Iraq has confirmed the two most wanted Al-Qaeda leaders in the country have been killed. Iraqi government named them as Abu Ayyub al-Masri and Abu Omar al-Baghdadi. The prime minister Nour al-Maliki said their identities have been confirmed by DNA medical test on the bodies. The two men were reported stuck down by intelligence team western Bagdad. And their hide out were destroyed by missiles. The US president Joy Byden said the death show that Iraq could not better able to look after its own security.

Their death are potentially devastating blow to al-Qaeda in Iraq, but equally important in my view is this action demonstrates the improve security strengthen capacity of Iraqi security forces. In short, Iraqi said have taken a lead in security in Iraqi citizens by taking out both of these individuals.

Official in Pakistan said at least 23 people were killed when a suicide bombing exploded in a crowded market Peshawar. Aleem Maqbool reports from Islamabad.

The explosion happen near to police station and what’s called stoyteller’s bazaar. The historic market placed in the center of Peshawar where was packed with shoppers, also a large crowd protest against the frequent power cut in the city. One of the Peshawar senior police office was among those killed. It is Taliban militants who is suspected to carry out the attack. They have recently come under increasing pressure across northwest Pakistan, as the Pakistani military carries out operations against them.

World News from the BBC.  

The Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak has said Israel must recognize that the world would not accept the Israeli rule over Palestinian for decades to come. He also warned of growing alienations between Israel and his long standing ally the United States. Mr. Barak warning comes as the time of growing criticism of right wing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.   

Pope Benedict has invited world’s 400.000 priests to Rome in June to show their support for him at what Vatican say are injustice attack on his polices concerning pedophilia crimes. The invitation was contented in a letter from Cardinal Ratzinger. In the letter the Cardinal said the presence of so many priests in St. Peter square would be a good way to show they have been intimidated as he put it, by the crimes committed by a few of their fellow clergy.

A team of Sherpas in the pole have announced that they will go on a cleanup expedition on Mount Everest. It's the first time that Mount Everest is to be cleaned above the altitude of 8,000 meters, an area which is called the death zone because of the low level of oxygen and treasury conditions. Joana Jolly reports.

The team of 20 sharp mountaineers were set off from the May 1st.to establish camp at a point of known as Everest's South Col. From here, they planned to start their cleaning operation, including removing at least two bodies from an area trail between the South Col and the Summit. The Shepherds, many of whom have climbed Everest many times, say they have also planned to remove 3,000 kilograms of empty oxygen bottles, old food wrappings , tents and ropes.

A focus in Cuban scientist has won a prestigious environmental prize in the United States, for challenging the role of State Bureaucrats in Cuban agriculture. Humberto Rios who has promoted traditional techniques of cultivation and right farmers to choose which seeds to plant in a country where 80% of farms are controlled by the state.

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BBC News with Marian Marshall
    European Union Transport Ministers have agreed to ease some of the restrictions on air travel which were imposed across Europe last week following the volcanic ash from Iceland. After discussions by video conference, the EU Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas annnounced the decisions to reporters in Brussels.
   "New air control measures can come into affect from eight o'clock morning.From tomorrow morning on, we should progressively more see planes start to fly.And this is good news for your stranded ,passengers good news for airlining industry and other sectors that were also economically hard hit by this crisis."
   
    In an effort to ensure safety, the EU wants to create three designated flight zones, one remaining limits because of the threat of volcanic dust, another will be open to all aircraft,while a third zone will be avaliable for a limited service.In Germany, the two main airlines,Lufthanza and Air Berlin,were granted exemptions from the existing flight ban to allow them to bring home stranded passengers.A Lufthansa spokesman said they were expected to carry a total of about fifteen thousand people from the far east, Africa, and the Americas.Britain has announced it's sending warships to help bring home British travelers.
    The American military in Iraq has confirmed that the two most wanted al-Qaeda leaders in the country have been killed.The Iraqi government named them as Abu Ayyub al-Masri and Abu Omar al-Baghdadi. The Prime Minister Nouri Maliki said identities have been confirmed by endmedical tests on the bodies.The two men were reported tracked down by intelligents team ,west Bagdad,and their had destroyed by missiles.The US vice-president Joe Biden said the death show Iraq is now better able to look after its own security.
    "Their deaths are potentially devastating loathe to al-Qaeda in Iraq. What equally important in my view is that this action demostrates the improved security, strength and capacity of Iraqi security forces.Ensure the Iraqs have taken the lead and secure in its citizens by taking out both of these individuals."
     Officials in Pakistan said at least 23 people were killed when a suicide bomb exploded in a crowded market in Peshawar.Aleem.. reports from Islamabad.
     The explosion happended close to a police station in what's called the Storytellers' bazaar.
A historic market place in the central of the Peshawar that was packed with shoppers and also a large crowd protesting against frequent power cuts in the city.One of Peshawar's most senior police officers was among those killed.It is Taliban militant who would be suspected of carrying out the attack that recently come under increasing pressure across Northwest Pakistan ,with the Pakistan militaries carries out  operations against them."
World News from the BBC.
     The Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak has said Israel must recognize the world would not accept its rally rule over Palestanians for decades to come. He also warned of growing alien nation between Israel and its long standing ally,the United States.Mr Barak's warning comes at a time of growing criticizes of right wing Prime Minister Benjamin Netnyahu.
     Pope Benedict has invited the world's 400 thousand Catholic priests to Rome in June, to show their support for him of what the Vatican says are unjustied attacks on his policies concerning pedephile crimes.The invitations were contained in a letter from cardinal In the letter,the cardinal says the presence of so many priests in St.Peter Square would be a good way to show that they have not been intimidated as he put it by the crimes committed by a few of their fellow clergy.
     A team of Sherpas in Nepali have announced they will go on an clean up expedition on Mount Everest .It's the first time Mount Everest is to be cleaned above the altitude of 8000  meters, an area which is called the death zone because of the low level of Oxygen and treacherous conditons. Joanna reports.
    "The team of 20 Sherpa mountainers will set off on May 1st to establish  camp at a point known as Everest south cold ,from here they claim to start their cleaning expedition including removing at least two bodies from an narrow trail between the south cold and the summit.The Sherpas, many of whom have climbed up for several times ,said they also plan to remove  3000 kilograms of empty Oxygen bottles,old food ruppings and tents and ropes."
     A folk singing Cuban scientists is one of the most prestigous environmental prize in the United States for challenging the role of  state bureaucrat in Cuban agriculture....Rios , who has promoted the traditional techniques of cultivation and the right of farmers to choose which seeds to plant in the country where 80%of the farms are controlled by the state.
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european air transport ministers have agreed to ease some of the restriction on air travel which were imposed across europe last week following the spread of volcanic ash from iceland.after the discussion by video conference,the el transport commissioner seem colors annouced the decision to reporters in brasuls.
new air controvl matters can come into effect from eight clock tuesday morning.from the tomorrow morning we should see progressively more planes stop the flying and this is a good news for europes splendid.passengers' good news.air industry hard hit by this crashes.

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BBC News with Marian Marshal.
European Union Transport Minister has agreed to ease some of the restrictions on air travel, which was imposed across Europe last week following the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland. After discussions by video conference, the  EU Transport Commissioner Sims Callas announced the decision to reporters and in Brussels.
“New air control matters can come into effect from 8 O’clock Tuesday morning. From tomorrow morning, we should see progressively more planes start the flight. And this is good news for Europe’s standards. Passengers’ good news for airline industry and other sectors of the economy hart hit by this crisis.”
In an effort to ensure safety, the EU wanted to create three designated flight zones. One will remain in tight off limits because of the threat of volcanic dust. Another will be open to all aircrafts while a third zone will be available for a limited service. In Germany the two main airlines Luftverkehrs and Air Berlin were granted exemptions from the existing flight ban to allow them to bring home stranded passengers. A Luftverkehrs spokesman said they were expected to carry a total about 15,000 people from the Far East, Africa and the Americas. Britain has announced that it’s sending warships to help bring home British travelers.
The American military in Iraq has confirmed that the two most wanted al-Qaeda leaders in the country have been killed. Iraq government named them as Abu Ayyub al-Masri and Abu Omar al-Baghdadi. The Prime Minister Nour al-Maliki said their identity have been confirmed by non-medical tests on the bodies. The two man were reportedly tracked down by an intelligence team west of Baghdad and their hideout destroyed by missiles. The US Vice President Joe Biden said the death show that Iraq was now better able to look after its own security.
“Their death are potentially devastating blows to al-Qaeda in Iraq, equally important in my view is this actions demonstrate the improved security strengthening capacity of Iraq Security Forces. In sure, Iraqi have taken the lead in security in Iraq and the citizens by taking out both the individuals.
Officials in Pakistan said at least 23 people were killed when a suicide bombing exploded in a crowded market in Peshawar. Aleen Maqbool reports from Islamabad.  
The explosion happened close to a police station in what’s called the Storyteller’s Bazaar. In this historic market place in the central Peshawar, there was packed with shopper and also a large crowd protesting against the frequent power cuts in the city. One of Peshawar’s senior most police officers was among those killed. It’s Taliban militants who will be suspected to carried out the attack. They have recently come under increasing pressure across Northwest Pakistan, as the Pakistani military carries out operations against them.
World News from the BBC.
The Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barack has said Israel must recognize that the world would not accept Israeli rule over Palestinians for decades to come. He also warned of growing alienations between Israel and its long standing ally the United States. Mr. Barack’s warning comes as the time of growing criticism of the right-wing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Pope Benedict has invited the world’s 400, 000 Catholic priests to Rome in June to show their support for him of what the Vatican says are unjust attacks on his policies concerning pedophilia crimes. The invitations were contained in a letter from Cardinal *. In the letter, the Cardinal says the presence of so many priests in St. Peter Square will be a good way to show that they haven’t been intimidated, as he putted it, by the crime committed by a few of their fellow clergy.
A team of Sherpas in the poll have announced they will go on a cleanup expedition on mountain Everest. It’s the first time that Mount Everest is to be cleaned above the altitude of 8,000 meters, an area which is called the death zone because of the low oxygen and treacherous conditions. Joana Jolly reports.
The team of 20 Sherpas mountaineers will set off from May, 1st to establish camp at the point known as Everest South Cole. From here they plan to stop their cleaning operation, including removing at least 2 bodies from a narrow trail between the south Col and the summit. The Sherpas, many of whom have climbed Everest several times said they also plan to remove 3000 kilograms of empty oxygen bottle, old food wrappings, tents and ropes.
A folk-singing Cuban Scientists has won a prestigious environmental prize in the United States for challenging the role of State Bureaucrats in Cuban agriculture. Humberto Rios Labrada's has promoted traditional techniques of cultivation and the right of farmers to chose which seeds to plant in a country where 90% of farms are controlled by the state.
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BBC news with Marian Marshall

European Union transport commissioners have agreed to ease some of the air travel which imposed across Europe last week following the spread of vocalnic ashe from Iceland. After discussion by video conference, the EU transport commissioner XXX announced the decision to reporters in Brussels.

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In an effort to ensure safty, the EU wants to create three XXX flight zones. One remains in timely off limis because of the threat of volcanic dust, another will be open to all aircrafts while a third zone will be available for a limited service. In Germany, the two main airlines XXX and Air Berlin will grant the XXX from the existing flight ban to allow them to bring home XXX passengers. A XXX spokeman said they are excepted to carry totally about 15,000 people from the fareast, Africa and the Americas. Britain has announced it’s sending workships to help bring home British travellers.

The American Ministry in Iraq has confirmed the two most wanted Al-qail leaders in the country have been killed. The Iraqi government named them as XXX and XXX. The Prime Minister XXXX said their identities have been confirmed by XX medical test on the bodies. The two men were reported tracked down by an intelligence team West Bagdad and their hideout’s destroyed by missiles. The US Prime Minister XXXX said the deathes show Iraq was now better able to look after its own security.

“Their deathes are potentially XXX the Al-quil in Iraq. But equally importance reminds you that this action demonstrates the improved security strengthen capasity of Iraqi security forces. In short, the Iraqi has taken a lead in the security in Iraqi citizens by taking out both XX individuals. ”

Officers in Pakistan have said at least 23 people were killed when a suicide bomb exploded in a crowd market in Peshawar. XX reports from East XXX.

“The explosion happened close to a police station what’s called XXX. And its historic market placed in the central Peshawar that was packed with shoppers and also a large crowd protesting against the frequent power cut in the city. One of Peshawar senior most police officers was among those killed. It is Taliban militants who be suspected to carry out the attack. They recently come out an increasing pressure across northwest Pakistan as Pakistan military’ve carried out operation against them.”

World news from the BBC.

The Israeli Defence Minister XXX has said Israel must recognize that the world will not accept Israeli rules over Pakistanian for decades to come. He also warmed a growing alleviation between Israel and its long standing ally the United States. Mr. XX’s warming comes as a time growing criticisms of the right wing prime minister XXX Yahu.

Pope Benedict is to invite the world 400,000 Catholic priests to Rome in June to show their support for him of what the Vatican said the unjustice test of his policy concerning the Peter XX crimes. The invitation was contained in a letter from XXXX. In the letter, the XXX said the presence was so many priests in St. Peter Square would be a good way to show they haven’t been intimidated, as he put it, by the crime committed by a few of their fellow XX.

A team of XXXX in Nepal has annouced they would go on a clean up expedition on Mount Everest. It is the first time on Mount Everest to be cleaned up above the attitute of 8,000 metres, an erea is called death zone because the low level of Oxygen and XX conditions. XXX reports.

“The team of 20 XXX mountainairs will set of on May 1st to establish camp at XX Everest south X. From here they planned to start their cleaning operation, including remove at least tow bodies from the XXX between the south X and the summit. The XX, many of whom have climbed Everest for several times said they also plannd to remore 3,000 kilogram of empty Oxygen bottles, old fuel wrapping, cans and XX. ”

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BBC News with Marian Marshall

European Union transport ministers have agreed to ease some of the restrictions on air travel which were imposed across Europe last week following the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland. After discussions by video conference, the EU Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas announced the decision to reporters in Brussels.
"New air control measures can come into effect from eight o'clock Tuesday morning. From tomorrow morning on, we should see progressively more planes start to fly and this is good news for Europe's stranded passengers, good news for airline industry and other sectors of the economy hard hit by this crisis."

In an effort to ensure safety, the EU wants to create three designated fly zones. One will remain entirely off limits because of the threat of volcanic dust; another will be open to all aircraft while a third zone will be available for a limited service. In Germany, the two main airlines, Lufthansa and Air Berlin, were granted exemptions from the existing fly ban to allow them to bring home stranded passengers. A Lufthansa spokesman said they were expected to carry a total of about 15,000 people from the Far East, Africa and the Americas. Britain has announced that it's sending warships to help bring home British travelers.

The American military in Iraq has confirmed that the two most wanted al-Qaeda leaders in the country have been killed. The Iraqi government named them as Abu Ayyub al-Masri and Abu Omar al-Baghdadi. The Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki said their identities had been confirmed by then medical tests on the bodies. The two men were reportedly tracked down by an intelligence team west of Baghdad and their hideout destroyed by missiles. The US Vice President Joe Biden said the deaths showed that Iraq was now better able to look after its own security.
"Their deaths are potentially devastating blows to al-Qaeda \ Iraq, but equally important in my view is this action demonstrates the improved security strength and capacity of Iraqi security forces. In short, the Iraqis have taken the lead in securing Iraq and its citizens by taking out both of these individuals."

Officials in Pakistan say at least 23 people were killed when a suicide bomb exploded in a crowded market in Peshawar. Aleem Maqbool reports from Islamabad.
The explosion happened close to a police station, in what's called the Storytellers' Bazaar, and a historic market place in the central Peshawar that was packed with shoppers and also a large crowd protesting against the frequent power cuts in the city. One of Peshawar's senior most police officers was among those killed. It is Taliban militants who would be suspected of carrying out the attack. They have recently come under increasing pressure across Northwest Pakistan for \ Pakistani military carries out operations against them.

World News from the BBC

The Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak has said Israel must recognize that the world will not accept Israeli rule over Palestinians for decades to come. He also warned of growing alienation between Israel and its long-standing ally, the United States.  Mr Barak's warning comes at the time of growing criticism of the right-wing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Pope Benedict has invited the world's 400,000 Catholic priests to Rome in June to show their support for him over what the Vatican says are unjust attacks on his policies concerning pedophilia crimes. The invitation was contained in a letter from Cardinal Claudio Hummes. In the letter, the cardinal says the presence of so many priests in St Peter's Square will be a good way to show that they haven't been intimidated, as he put it, by the crimes committed by a few of their fellow clergy.

A team of Sherpas in Nepal have announced that they will go on a clean-up expedition on Mount Everest. It's the first time that Mount Everest is to be cleaned above the altitude of 8,000 meters, an area which is called the "death zone" because of the low level of oxygen and treacherous conditions. Joanna Jolly reports.
The team of 20 Sherpa mountaineers will set off on May 1 to establish camp at the point known as Everest's South Col. From here, they plan to start their cleaning operation, including removing at least two bodies from a narrow trail between the South Col and the summit. The Sherpas, many of whom have climbed Everest several times, say they also plan to remove 3,000 kilograms of empty oxygen bottles, old food wrappings, tents and ropes.

A folk-singing Cuban scientist has won a prestigious environmental prize in the United States for challenging the role of state bureaucrats in Cuban agriculture. Humberto Rios has promoted traditional techniques of cultivation and the right of farmers to choose which seeds to plant in a country where 80% of farms are controlled by the state.

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BBC mews with Marian Marshal. European Union transport minister *** summoned a restriction on
air-travel, which impose across Europe last week following the spread volcanic ash from Iceland.
After discussion by video conference, the EU transport commitioner ** Cales announced the
decision to reporter in Brussels.

New air control measures can come into effect from 8 o'clock Tuesday morning. From tomorrow
morning on, we should progressively see more planes stop the flying and this good news for
Europe's

In an effort to ensure safety, the EU wants to create 3 designated flight zones. One remains in
off limits because of the threat of volcanic dust. Another would be opened to aircraft while the 3rd
will be available for a limited service. In Germany the 2 main air-lines Luftverkehrs and AirBerlin will
be granted an exemption from the exsisting flight ban to allow them bring home stranded
passingers. Luftverkehrs spokesman said they were expected to carry a total of 15000 people from the
far east, Africa and the Americas. Britain has announced that it's sending warships to help bring
home British travellers.


The American militry in Iraq has confirmed that the 2 most wanted al-Qaeda leaders in the country have been
killed. The American government named them as Abu Ayyub al-Masri and Abu Omar al-Baghdadi. The prime minister Nuri Amalaky said
the identity has been confirmed by non-vatical tests on the bodies. The 2 men were reportedly
tracked down by intelligence team West Baghdad and their hideout destroyed by missiles. The US
prime minister **** said the death showed that Iraq was now better able to look after its own
security.

Their deaths are potentially devastating blows to al-Qaeda in Iraq, but equally important
in my view is this action demonstrates the improved security strengthening capacity of
Iraqi security forces. Ensure, Iraqis have taken the lead in security in Iraq and citizens
by taking out most of these individuals.

Officials in Pakistan said at least 23 people were killed when a suicide bomb exploded in
a crowded market in Peshawar. . *** reports from Islamabad.

Explosion happened close to a police station in what's called the Story-teller's Bazzar, a
historic market place in the center of Peshawar. that was packed with shoppers and also a large
crowd protesting against the frequent power cuts in the city. One of Peshawar. senior police officers
was among those killed. It is Taliban militans will be suspected of carrying out the attack.
The recently commanding pressure across Northwest Pakistan. The Pakistan militaries carries out
operations against them.

World News from the BBC.

The Israili defense minister **** has said Israel must recognize that the world will not
accept Israeli rull of Pakistans for decades to come. It also warned of growing alliance nation
between Israel and its long standing allie -- the United States. Mr.  's warning comes at the
time of growing criticism of the right-wing prime president Benjamin Netanyahu

Pope Benedict has invited the world's 400000 Catholic priests to Rome in June to show their
support for him of what the Vatican says are unjust attacks on his policies concerning
pedophilia crimes. The invitation was contained in a letter from ****. In the letter, the
cardinal says the presents of so many priests in St. Peter Square will be a good way to
show that they haven't been intimidated as he put it, by the crimes committed by a few of
their fellow clergy.

A team of Sherpas in the pole have announced that they will go on a cleanup expedition
on Mount Everest. It's the first time that Mount Everest is to be cleaned above the
altitude of 8000 meters, an area which is called the death zone because of the low
level of oxygen and treacherous conditions. Joana Jolly reports.

The team of 20 **mountaineers will set off from the May 1st.to establish camp an a point
known as Everest's South Col. From here, they planned to start their cleaning operation,
including removing at least two bodies from an area trail between the South Col and the
Summit. The Sherpas, many of whom have climbed Everest many times, say they have also
planned to remove 3000 kilograms of empty oxygen bottles, old food wrappings , tents and
ropes.


A focus in Cuban scientist has won a prestigious environmental prize in the United States,
for challenging the role of State Bureaucrats in Cuban agriculture. ... who has promoted
traditional techniques of cultivation and right farmers to choose which seeds to plant in
a country where 80% of farms are controlled by the state.

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