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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 SK announced the decision to reporters in Brussels.

New air control measure can come into effect from 8 o'clock Tuesday morning. From tomorrow morning on we should see relatively more planes start to fly and this is good news for Europe's stranded passengers, good news for airline industry and other sectors and also economy hard hit by this crisis.

In an effort to insure safety, the EU wants to create three designated fly zones, one will remain Italy 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 airliners, 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 thousands people from the Far East, Africa, and the Americas. Britain has announced that it was 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 foreign minister Nouri Maliki said their identities have been confirmed by none-medical tests on the bodies. The two men were reportedly tracked down by intelligence team west Bagdad and their hideout destroyed by missiles. The US vice president Joe Biden says the death show 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 strength in capacity of Iraqi security forces. In short, Iraqis have taken the lead in security in Iraq and 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. AM reports from Islamabad.

The explosion happened close to a police station in what's called the Storytellers' Bazaar, a historic market place in the center of Peshawar. There was packed worshiper and also a large crowd protesting against the frequent power cut in the city. One of Peshawar's senior most police officers was among those killed. It is Taliban militants who were suspected of carrying out the attack. They've recently come under increasing pressure across northwest Pakistan, although Pakistani military carries out operations against them.

World news from the BBC.

The Israeli defense minister AB has said that Israeli must recognize that the world will not accept Israeli rule over Palestinians the decades to come. He also warned of growing alienation between Israel and its long standing ally, the United States. Mr B's warning comes at a time of growing criticism of the ring wing prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Pope Benedict have invited the world 400,000 Catholic priests to Rome in June to show their support for him over what the Vatican says are injustice attacks concerning pedophile crime. The invitation was contained in a letter from Cardinal Claudio Hummes. In the letter, the cardinal says the presence of so many priests in the Peter square will be a good way to show 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 set to be cleaned above the altitude of 8000m, an area which was called the death zone because of the low level of oxygen and treacherous conditions. DD reports.

The team of 20 Sherpas mountaineers will set off from 1, May to establish camp at a point know as Everest 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 overall several times said they also planned to remove 3000kg empty oxygen bottles, old food wrappings, tents and ropes.

A folk singing Cuban scientist has just won a prestige’s environmental prize in the United States, for challenging the rule of state bureaucrats in Cuban agriculture. OR has promoted traditional techniques of cultivation and right of farmers to choose which seeds to plant in a country where 80% of farmers are controlled by the state.

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BBC News with Marian Marshall.
1. European Union Transport Ministers have agreed to ease some of the restrictions on air travel,which were imposed across the Europe last week following the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland. After discussion by Video Conference,the Air Transport Commission * announced the decision to reporters in B*.

" New air control matters can come into effect from eight o'clock Tuesday morning. From tomorrow morning,we should see a more planes to start to flying. And this is a good news for Europe's * passengers, a good news for airline industry.*** by this crisis."
In an effort to ensure safety,the EU wants to create three designated flight zones. One remains in the * because the threat of volcanic dust another would be open to all aircraft and the third zone will be available for limited service.
In Germany,the main airlines Lufthansa and Air Berlin were granted exemptions from the existing flight ban to allow them to bring homes * passengers. A Lufthansa spokesman said that they were expected to carry a total about fifteen thousand people from the Far East,Africa and the Americas. Britain has announced that it is sending warships to help bring home British travelers.

2. The America Military in Iraq has confirmed the two most wanted Al-Qaeda leaders in the country have been killed. Iraqi government named them as * and *. The Prime Minister Nour-al-Maliki said their identities have been confirmed by non-medical test on the bodies. The two man were reportedly tracked down by an intelligence team West-Baghdad and their hideout destroyed by missiles. The U.S. vice president Joe Biden said the deaths show that Iraq was now better able to look after its own security.

"Their deaths are potentially devastating blows to Al-Qaeda in Iraq. An equally importance in my review is this action demonstrates the improved security strengthening capacity of Iraqi security forces,ensure that Iraqis have taken a 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. * reports from Islamabad.

" The explosion happened close to a police station in what's called the storytellers' bazaar. An historic market place in the central of Peshawar that was packed with shoppers and also a large crowd protesting against frequent power cuts  in the city. One of the Peshawar senior's most police officers was among those killed. It is Taliban militants who would be suspected of carrying out the attack. They've recently come under increasing pressure across north Pakistan. The Pakistani military carries out operations against them.

World News from the BBC.

The Israeli Defense Minister * ,he said Israel must recognize 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.* morning comes as the time of growing criticism of the right-wing Prime Minister 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 the unjust attacks on his policies concerning Peter * crimes. Invitation was contained in a letter from Cardinal *. In the letter, the cardinal said the presents of so many priests in some S.P. Square would be a good to show that they have been intimidated as he put it. But the crimes committed by a few of their fellow clergy.

The team of twenty * mountaineers have announced 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 8000 meters.  The Area is just called the death zone because of the low level of oxygen and * conditions.* reports.

" The team of twenty * mountaineers will set up for May,1st to establish a camp at the poisonous areas south pole. From * plan to start the cleaning operation including removing at least two bodies from a * trail between the south pole and summit. The * many of whom have climbed ever several times. * also plans to remove three thousand kilograms of empty oxygen bottles,old food * tents and ropes.

A focus in Cuban scientists has won a prestigious environmental prize in the United States for challenging the role of state * crops in Cuban agriculture. * has promoted traditional technics of cultivation and the right of farmers to choose which seeds to plant. In a country where eight percent of farms are controlled by the state.

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BBC news with Marian Marshall

European Union transport minister has agreed ease some of the restrictions on air travel which were imposed across Europe last week following the spread volcanic ash from Iceland. After discussion by video conference, the EU transportation commissioner Siim Kallas announced this decision to reporters in Brussels.

New air control matters can come into effect from 8 o’clock on Tuesday, from tomorrow morning, we should see progressive more planes start to drive, and it is good news for all Europeans, splendid. Passengers’ good news for airline industry and other sectors of economy heart hit by this crisis.

In an effort to ensure safety, the EU wants to create 3 designative flight zones, one remained in Italy off limit because the threat of volcanic dust, another will be open to all aircrafts while a third zone will be available for limit servers. In Germany, the 2 main airlines Lufthansa 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 15,000 people from the far east, Africa and the Americas. Britain has announced that it is sending war ships to help bring home the 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 identities have been confirmed by non-medical tests on the bodies. The two men were reported trapped down by an intelligence team West of Baghdad and their hideout destroyed by missiles. The U.S. vice president Joe Biden said the death showed Iraq was now better able to look after its own security.

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

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

The explosion happened closed to police station what’s called the story teller’s bazaar, and historical market placed the central of the Peshawar there was packed with shoppers and also a large crowd of protesting against the frequent power cut in the city. One of the Peshawar senior police officers was among those killed. It is Taliban militants who would be suspected to carry out the attack. They are recently come under an increasingly pressure across northwest of 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. It also warned the growing alienations between Israel and its longstanding ally, the U.S. Mr. Barak’s warning comes at the time of  growing criticisms of right wing prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Pope Benedict has invited the world’s 4000 catholic priests to Rome in June to show their support him at what the Vatican says the unjust attacks on his policies concerning pedophilia crimes. The invitation was contained a letter from cardinal Claudio Woomash. In the letter, the cardinal says the presents of so many priests in St. Peter Square would be a good way to show that they haven’t been intimidated as he put it, by the crimes committed by a few of other fellow clergy.

A team of Sherpas in the pole announced that they will go on a cleanup expedition on mount Everest. It’s the first time that the mount Everest to be cleaned above the attitude of 8000 meters, area which is called death zone, because of the low level of the Oxygen and chartered conditions.
Joana Jolly reports.

The team of 20 Sherpa mountaineer set off on May 1st, to establish camp at point known as Everest south core. From here, they plan to start their cleaning operations including removing at least two bodies form the area trail between the South core and the summit. The Sherpas, many of whom have climbed Everest several times said they also plan to move 3000 kilograms empty oxygen bottles, old foot wrappings tents and ropes.

A focus in Cuban scientists has won a prestigious environmental prize in U.S. for challenging the role of the state bureaucrats in Cuban agriculture. On bacterial who has promoted traditional techniques’ cultivation and right farmers to choose which seeds to plant in the country where 80 percent of the farmers are controlled by the states.

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World news from the BBC.
The Israel Defense Minister *k said Irael must recognize the world will not accept Israeli rule over Palistans for decades to come.He also warned the growing alination between Israel and long stand ally,the United States.Mr.* warning comes at the time of growing criticism of the right wing Prime minister Bajamin Niahood,* to invited the world 400,000 catholic priests to Rome in june,to show this poor fame about what * a letter from * ,in the letter,the * says the president serve so many priests in Saint Peter square would be a good way to show they have been estimated * put it,but the crimes commited by a few * their follow *.
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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 the 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 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 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 death 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 securing Iraqi citizens by taking out both of these individuals.

Officials in Pakistan say at least 23 people were killed when a suicide bombing 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. In 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 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 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 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 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  also planned 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. ... who 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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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 discussings by video conference, the EU Transport Commissioner Slim Kallas announced decision to reporters in Brussels.
"New air control measures can come into effect from eight o'clock Thursday morning. From tomorrow morning. we should see progressively more planes start to flight 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 treats of volcanic dust, other will be opened to all aircraft while a third zone will be available for a limited service. In Germany, the two main airlines Luftverkehr and Air Berlin were granted exemptions from the exiting flight ban to allow them to bring home stranded passengers. A Luftverkehr 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 bring home British travelers.
The American military in Iraq has confirmed that two most wanted al-Qaeda leaders in the country have been killed. Iraqi government named them as Abu Ayyub al-Musri and Abu Omar al-Baghdadi. The Prime Minister Nour al-Miliki said their identities have been confirmed by lens-medical tests on the bodies. The two men were reported 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 death are potentially devastating blows to al-Qaeda in Iraq, but equally important in my view is this acting demonstrates the improved security strengthening capacity of Iraqi security forces, ensure 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 bombing 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 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 between Israel and its longstanding allay, 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 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 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 Sherpas mountaineers will set off from 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 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. * 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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European Union Tansport Ministers have agreed to ease some of the restrictions on air travel which were imposed accross the Europe last week, following a 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 aircontrol matters can come into a fact from 8 o'clock Tuesday morning. From tomorrow morning, we should see relatively more planes start flying and this is good news for Europe's stranded passengers. Good news for airline industry and  ... it gonna be hot it by disgraces.

In an effort to insure safety, the EU wants to create three designated flight zones. One is remaining entirely off limits because of the threat of volcanic dust, another would be open to all aircraft, while a third zone will be available for a limited service. In Germany, the two main airlines Lufthansa and AirBolin were grounded exeptions 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 15 thousand people from the far East, Africa and the Americas. Britain has announced that it is sending warships to help bring home British travelers.

The American Ministry in Iraq has confirmed that two most wanted out Al-Qaida 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 identities have been confirmed by non-medical tests on the bodies. The two men were reportedly tracked down by intelligence's team western Bangdad and they hided out to distroy by missiles.

The US Vice President Joseph Biden said the death has shown that Iraq was now better able to look after its own security.

"Their death are protential devestating blows to Al-Qaida react when its'going important in my view is this action demonstrates the improved security strengthening capacity over Iraqi security forces. Insure Iraqi has taken a lead in security in / 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 Lahore. Alem Mabud reports from Islamabad.

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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 Palestanians for decades to come. He also warned of growing alian nation between Israel and its long-standing rally, the United States. Mr. Barak's warning comes as time's growing criticism of the right-wing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Pope Benedict has invited world 400 thousand Catholic priests to Rome in June. To show that support for him over what Vatican says unjustice on his policies concerning paedophilia crimes. The invitation has contained a letter from Cardinal / . In the letter, the Cardinal says the presence of so many priests in paedosquare would be a good way to show they have been ...by the crime committed by a few of their fellow clergy.

A team of sharepolls in the pole has announced they would go on the clear-up expedition on Mount Everest. It's first time that Mount Everest is to be cleaned above the altitude of 8,000 meters. Area which is called the death zone because of the low level of oxygen and treatures condisions. Joana Jaoly reports.

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A fork singing Cuban scientist has won the / envirenmental prize in the United States. For challenging the role of State's bureaucrats in Cuban agriculture. A battle real says it promotes traditional technics of cutervation and right farmers to choose which seeds to plant. In the country where 80% of famers are controlled by the States.

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BBC news with Mary Marshall.

European Union Transport Ministers have agreed to ease some restrictions on air travel which were imposed across the Europe last week following the spread of volcanic ash from Iceland. After discussion by vedio conference the EU transport commissioner Same Karlos announced the decision to reporters in Brussels.

"New air control measures can come into effect from 8:00'o'clock Teusday morning. From tomorrow morning on, we should see progressivly more planes start flying. And this is a good news for Europes standings, passengers, is a good news airline industry and(other sectors that) economy hard hit by this crisis. "

In an effort to ensure safty, the EU wants to create 3 designated fly zones. One remain in Italy off limits because of the threat of volcanic dust, and another will be open to all aircraft while the third zone will be available for limited service. In Germany, the two main airlines Lufftansor and airBerlin were granted the exemptions from the existing fly ban to allow them to bring home stranding passengers. A Luffton spokesman said they would respect to carry total about 15,000 people from far east, Africa, and Americas. Britain has announced it's sending warships to help bring home British travellers.

The American military in Iraq has confirmed that two the most wanted Al-Qaid leaders in the country have been killed. The Iraq government N. Arbuarmyou malasky, Arbuya, the prime minister Neuley M. said the identities have been confirmed by medical tests on the bodies. The two men were reportedly tracked down by intelligence team west Baghdad, and their hideout destroyed by missiles. The U.S. Vice President Joe Biden said the death show that Iraq was now better able to look after its own security.

"Their death are potentially demonstrating blows to Al-Qaid Iraq. But eaqually important, in my view, is this action demonstrates the improved security strengthening capacity of Iraqi security forces. In short, Iraqis have taken a lead in securing Iraq and citizens by taking out for most of individuals. "

Officials in Pakistan said at least 23 people were killed when a suicide bombing exploded in crowed market in Bisharw. Anny Marbu reports from Islambar.

"The explosion have closed a police station what's the called the storry Terrorist Bizaar. They started marketplace in central Bisharwa, those are large crowd protesting against frequent power cuts in the city. One of Birshar's senior police officers was among those killed. It is Taliban militants were suspected of carrying out the attack. They've recently come under increasing pressure across northwest Pakistan. So, pakistanian military carries on operations against them. "

World news from the BBC.

The Isarea Defense minister Arhoo B. has said the Israe must recognize the world would not accept the Israe rule over Palistanians for decades to come. He also warned the growing alienation between Isrea and its long-standing ally the United States. Mr.Barlarque's warnning comes at time of growing criticism of the right-wing Prime minister Bejenmi N.

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A team of sherpas Nepal have announced they were gonna clean up expedition on moutain Everest. It's first time Mt.Everst to be cleaned about altitude of 8000 meters. The area just called the death zone because of low-level of oxygen and trencherous conditions. John J. reports.

The team of 20 Sherpas mountaineers will set off on May 1st to establish a camp at the point known as Everst's south core from here they climb to start their cleaning operation including removing at least 2 bodies from a narrow trail between the south cold and summit. The sherpas, many of whom have climbed Everst several times said they also climb to remove 3000 kilogram empty oxygen bottles, old food wrappings, tents and ropes.


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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 /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 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 then medical tests on the bodies. The two men were reportedly tracked down by an intelligence team west 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 which 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' /, 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 to carry 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 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.Barack'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 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 presence of 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 crimes committed by a few of their fellow clergy.

A team of Sherpas in nepal have announced that they will go on a /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 crashed conditions. Joana Jolly reports.

A team of 20 Sherpa mountaineers will set off from May 1st to establish camp at a point known as Everest's south coal .Fron here they plan to start their cleaning operation including ,including removing at least 2 bodies from the narrow trail between the South coal 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 focusing Cuban scientist has won a prestigious environmental prize in the United States, for challenging the role of State Bureaucrats in Cuban agriculture. Rell 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 states.
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European Union  Tranport 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 8:00 Tuesday morning. From tomorrow morning, we should see progressively more planes start the flying. And this is good news for Europe's splendid. Passengers squad news for airline industry and other sector of 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 Italian 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 airline Lufthansan and Air Berlin were granted exemptions from the existing flight ban to allow them to bring home stranded passengers. A Lufthansan 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'ssending warships to help bring home British travelers.   

The American military in Iraq has comfirmed that the two most wanted al-Qaida 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 hide-out 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 death are potentially devastating blows to al-Qaida in Iraq but equally important in my view is this action demonstrates the improved security strengthening capacity of Iraqi security forces. In short, the Iraqis have taken a lead in securing Iraqi and its citizens by taking out both of these individuals."

Officials in Parkistan said 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 Storyteller's Bazaar, in a historic market place in central Peshawar. There was packed with shoppers and also a large crowd protesting against the frequent power cuts in the city. One of Peshawars's senior most police officers was among those killed. It is Taliban militants will be suspected of carrying out the attack that recently come under a increasing pressure across northwest Parksitan. The Parkistani military carries out operations against them.

World News from the BBC.

The Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak has said Israeli must recognize that the world will accept Israel's 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 a 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 invitation was contained in a leter from Cardinal Claudio Umeshi. In the letter, the Cardinal says that the presence of so many priests St. Peter Square will be a good way show they haven't been intimidated as he put it, by the crimes committed by a few of their fellow clergy.

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

The team of 20 sheperd moutaineers will set off on May 1st to establish camp at an point known as Everest 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 sheperds, many of whom have climbed ever several times say they also plan to remove 3,000 kilogrammes of anti-oxygen bottles, old food wrappings, tents and ropes.

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European Union Transport minisister agreed to ease some of the restriction on the air travel across the Europe last week following the air crash on the Ice land after the discussion by conference. The EU transport commissioner Sean Colors announced the decision to reporters in Brazil. New air control matters aim to affect from 8 clock Tuesday morning and we should see restless more blames to stop the flights. And this is good news for Europe standed. Passengers good news for airlining industry and other second economic hot hit by its crisis. Ensure the safety, the EU wants to create three desinated flight zones. One remained in served limit office because of the attack. Another will be opened aircraft while a third zone for limited service. That two main airlines   gathered the expansion from existing flight banks to allow them to bring home-stranded passengers. The spokeman said they were expected to carry a total of 15,000 people from Farly. Africa and the Americas. Britain has announced sending warships to help bring home British travelers. The American Millitary in Iraq has confirmed the two most wanted to our kind leaders of the country have been killed.                                                     
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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 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 mountaineers were 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 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 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 this 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, an 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 will be suspected of carrying out the attack. They’ve 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 metres, 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 kilogrammes of empty oxygen bottles, old food wrappings, tents and ropes.

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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 effect from eight o'clock Tuesday morning. From tomorrow morning on , 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 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 who will be suspected of carrying out the attack. They have recently come under increasing pressure across northwest Pakistan, so 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 presences 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 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. Joana Jolly reports.

The team of 20 mountaineers will set off from the May 1st to establish a camp at a point known as Everest's South Cool. 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 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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