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BBC News with Sue Montgomery

Britain is reopening all its airports with immediate effect following six days in which flights were largely grounded by the plume of volcanic dust that has blown across much of Europe from Iceland. A spokeswoman for the British aviation regulator Dame Deirdre Hutton also announced new standards governing flying in hazardous conditions. She said the rules had been drawn up in consultation with the aircraft manufacturers and took account of the results of recent test flights.

"The new guidance allows a phased reintroduction of much of the airspace which is currently closed due to the volcanic ash plume over the UK. There will continue to be some no-fly  zones where concentration of ash levels are at unsafe levels for flights to take place. But that will be very much smaller than the present restrictions."

Throughout the day, some flights resumed at the main international airports in Paris, Amsterdam and Frankfurt. But flight bans remained in place over large swathes of the continent. Some news just in, the first flight has landed at Heathrow Airport in London after the lifting of the flight ban. Britain announced it was again opening its airspace to flights late on Tuesday.



The International Monetary Fund is calling for new taxes to be imposed on financial institutions to pay for any bailouts that might be needed in the future. The proposals are contained in a paper prepared for finance ministers from the group of 20 countries and obtained by the BBC. Our economics correspondent Andrew Walker reports.

The IMF is proposing a levy, what it calls a financial stability contribution to cover the cost to taxpayers of any future government support for the sector. It will apply to all financial institutions. Over time, the IMF suggests it could be refined to reflect the riskiness of each firm's activities. And if \ governments want to raise more money, the IMF suggests they put in an additional tax on profits and then employees' pay. The report also says that there should be a legal framework for sorting out troubled firms. Otherwise, there would be an incentive for them to take risks in the expectation that they would not be allowed to fail.

The Iraqi military says it's killed another leading member of al-Qaeda. It comes a day after the government said its troops had killed the two most wanted al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq. Here is Jim Muir.

According to Iraqi military officials, Ahmed al-Obeidi was killed in an early morning attack by US and Iraqi forces somewhere near Mosul in the north of the country. They said he was in charge of al-Qaeda's operations there, and also in Kirkuk and Salahuddin provinces. One report said that the intelligence for the attack came from the same captured al-Qaeda official as the information that led to the raid which killed the two top al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq early on Sunday morning. Iraqi government leaders are convinced that they now have the al-Qaeda leadership on the run.

BBC News

Fresh allegations have surfaced of rigging in Sudan's elections last week. A group of local observers released a video which reportedly shows men dressed in the orange uniform of election officials stuffing voting slips into a ballot box. However, a Sudanese elections commission official denied there'd been any ballot stuffing or other rigging.

The Supreme Court in the United States has ruled that a law that makes it a crime to sell videos of animals being tortured or killed violates the right to free speech. The Supreme Court judges who supported the ruling said the law was too vague and therefore infringed the guarantee of free speech in the US constitution. Mark Mardell is in Washington.

The Supreme Court ruled that the law \ banning animal cruelty videos was over broad and invalid under the first amendment. A man, who had been sentenced to three years in prison producing videos of pit bulls fighting and attacking pigs and other animals, appealed against his sentence. And the court found that although dog fighting is outlawed in every American state, the depiction of cruelty shouldn't itself be illegal. The law had originally been introduced to deal with what are known as "crush videos", fetishistic films of women in high-heels slowly crushing small animals to death.

Some 3,000 workers in southern Egypt are refusing to leave their factory until management agrees to better pay and working conditions. The workers at an aluminium factory are also demanding the sacking of the official trade union representative whom they accuse of working for management.

A court in Britain has heard that a dead body lay undiscovered for nearly ten years in a tower block flat in the western city of Bristol despite neighbors repeatedly complaining about the terrible stench. The court heard that the man had been staying with a friend when he suddenly died. Council workers had visited the flat put the smell down to an overflowing drain. Bristol City Council has apologized for failing to act earlier.

BBC News

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Britain is reopening all its airports with image to fight following 6 days in which flight _ largely grounded by the bloom of volcanic dust that is blown across much of the Europe from Iceland. A spokeswoman for the British aviation regulator Dame also announced new standers governing fly in hazerdice conditions. She said the rules have been drawn up in consultation with the aircraft manufactures and took account of the results of recent test flies.

The new guide allows to face new introduction of much of the airspace which is currently closed due to the volcanic ash bloom over the UK. The work continue to be no flight zones where concentrations of ash levels are unsafe levels for flight to take place. But that would be very much smaller than the prescience restrictions.

Through out the days some flights resume to _ in the international airports in Paris, Amsterdam and Frankfurt. But flight bans remains in place over large swice of continents. Some new just in the first flight to landed Heathrow airport to London after lifting the flight ban. Britain has announced it was again opening its airspace to fly late on Tuesday.

International monetary is calling for a new tactics to be imposed on financial institutions to pay for any bailouts might be need in the future. the proposals are contented in a paper prepared for financing ministers from a group of 20 countries, and obtained by the BBC. Our economic correspondent Andrew Worker reports.

The IMF proposing a levy what he calls the financial disability contribution to cover the cost tax past of any future government support for the secter. He would apply to all financial institutions. Over time the IMF suggested could be refined to effect the risky of each firm’s activities. A new government want to raise more money the IMF suggested they put it as additional tacks on profits and employees’ pay. Report also says that it should be a legal framework sorting out trouble firms. Otherwise it would be incentive for them to take risk in a expectation that they would not be allowed to fail.

The Iraqi military says they have killed another leading member of al-Qaeda. It comes the day after the government said its troop have killed two most wanted leaders of al-Qaeda. Here is Jim Muir.

According to Iraqi military officials Ahmed al-Obeidi  was killed in the early morning attack by the US and Iraqi forces somewhere in _ in the north of the country. They said that he was in charged of al-Qaeda operations there and also in Kirkuk and Salahuddin province. One report said the intelligence of the attack come from the same capture of al-Qaeda official as the information that led to that raid which killed the two top al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq early on Sunday morning. Iraq government leaders have convinced that they now have the al-Qaeda leadership on run.

BBC news

Fresh allegation have serferce to rig in Sudan election last week. A group of local observers released the video which were apparently show a man dressed in an orange uniform of election office stuffing vote slips into the ballot box. However the Sudanese election commission official denied that any ballot stuff or other rigging.

The supreme courts in the United States has ruled that a lot of make to crime to cell videos of animals being tortured or killed violate the right to free speech. The supreme court judge who support the ruling said the law was too weak and their foreign friends are free speech in the US constitution. Mark Mardel is in Washington.

The Supreme Court has law of banning animal cruelty videos was over broad. And the ballot was on the first amendment. A men who has been sentenced to 3 years in prison for producing videos of pit bull fighting and attacking pits of animals. Appeal against the sentence and the court found although the dog fighting ease out lord in every American states. _ shouldn’t itself be illegal. The law originally was introduced to do with what has known as crash video. Fetish women in high heels slowly crushing small animals to death.

Some 3000 workers in southern Egypt are refusing leave their factory until management agree to a better pay in working conditions. The workers in _ are also demanding the suck in official trade union representative whom are accused of working for management.

A court in Britain has heard a died body lay undiscovered for nearly 10 years in a tart block flat in the western city of Bristol. Despite neighbors were repeatly complaining about the terrible stench. The court heard that the man have been stay in with a friend who has suddenly died. Council workers have visited the flat put the smell down to an overflowing drain. Bristol city’s council has apologized for failing to act earlier.

BBC news.
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BBC news with Sumon Garmory

Britain news reopening all its airports with image to effect, following the six days in which flights were widely largely agrounded by the plume of volcanic dust that is blown across much of the Europe from Iceland. a spokeswoman for the British aviation regulator Dean D*** also announced new standards governing flying in hazardous conditions. she said the rules have been drawn up in consultation with the aircraft manufactories and took account of the results of recent test flights.

the new guiders allows face to reintroduction of much of the airspace which is currently closed due to the volcanic ash plume over the UK. There will continue to be some no flight zones where concentration of ash levels are unsafe level for flights to take place. but that would be very much smaller than the present of restrictions.

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The international monetary fund is calling for new taxes to be imposed on financial institutions. To pay any *** might be needed in the future. The proposal are containing the paper prepared for finance ministers from the group of 20 countries and obtained by the BBC. our economic correspondent Tangle Walker reports.

The ally is proposing a *** what he called the financial stability contribution to cover the cost of tax payers of any future government support for the sector. it would apply to all financial institutions. over time the ally suggested it could be refined  to affect riskiness of each firm activities. and if government wants to raise more money the ally suggests they put a additional tax on profits and employees' pay. the report also says that there should be a legal framer for soughting out trouble firms. otherwise there would be an *** for them to take risks in the expectation there would not be allowed to fail.

The Iraqi military said it killed another leading member of Al-Qaida, it comes the day after the government said its troops killed two most wanted Al-Qaid leaders in Iraq. Here is Jim***.

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BBC news

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the spring court in United States has ***. that law that make the crime to saw videos of animals being tortured or killed violates the rights to free speech, the spring court judgers has supported the *** said there are law to ***. and their foreign *** guarantee free speech in the US constitution. Mark Madol is in Washington.

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some 3000 workers in southern Egypt were refusing to leave their factory until management agrees about paying working conditions. the workers in the *** factory are also demanding the *** of official trade union representative who was accused of working for management.

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BBC news
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BBC News with Sue Montgomery.

Britain is reopening all its airports with image to effect, following six days in which flights were arrived largely grounded for the plume of volcanic dust that is blown across much of Europe from Iceland. A spokeswoman for the British Aviation Regulator Dame Deirdre Hutton also announced new standards governing flying in hazardous conditions. She said the rules had been drawn up in consultation with the aircraft manufactures and took account of the results of recently test flights.

The new guideness allows to face reintroduction of much of the airspace which is currently closed due to the volcanic ash plume over the UK. There will continue to be some no fly zones where concentration of ash levels are at unsafe levels for flights to take place. But that would be very much smaller than the present restrictions.

Throughout the day, some flights resumed at the main international airports in Paris,Amsterdam and Frankfurt, but flight bans remained in place over large sweeps of the continent.

Some news just in. The first flight has landed at Heathrow airport in London after the lifting of the flight ban. Britain announced it was again opening its airspace to flights late on Tuesday.

The International Monetary Fund is calling for new taxes to be imposed on financial institutions to pay any bailouts that might be needed in the future. The proposals are contained in a paper prepared for finance minters from the group of 20 countries and obtained by the BBC. Our economics correspondent Andrew Walker reports.

The IMF is proposing a levy what it calls a financial stability contribution to cover the cost to taxpayers of any future government support for the sector. It would apply to all financial institutions overtime the IMF suggests it could be refined to reflect the riskiness of each firm's activities. And if governments want to raise more money, the IMF suggests they put an additional tax on profits and employees' pay. The report also says there should be a legal framework for sorting out troubled firms. Otherwise, there would be an incentive for them to take risks in the expectation that they would not be allowed to fail.

The Iraqi military says it's killed another leading member of al-Qaeda. It comes the day after the government said its troops had killed the two most wanted al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq. Here is Jim Muir.

According to Iraqi military officials, Ahmed al-Obeidi was killed in an early morning attack by US and Iraqi forces somewhere near Mosul in the north of the country. They said he was in charge of al-Qaeda's operations there and also in Kirkuk and Salahuddin province. One report said that the intelligence for the attack came from the same captured al-Qaeda official as the information that led to the raid which killed the two top al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq early on Sunday morning. Iraqi government leaders are convinced that they now have the al-Qaeda leadership underrun.

BBC News.

Fresh allegations have serviced of regain in Sudan's elections last week. A group of local observers released video which reportedly shows men dressed in the orange uniform of the election officials stuffing voting slippers into a ballot box. However, a Sudanese election's commission official denied there have been any ballot stuffing or other rigging.

The Supreme Court in the United States has ruled that a law that makes it crime to sell videos of animals being tortured or killed violates the right to free speech. The Supreme Court judgers who support the ruling said the law was too vague and therefore in French, the guarantee of free speech in the US Constitution. Mark Mardell is in Washington.

The Supreme Court ruled that the law of banning animal cruelty videos was over abroad and invalidate onto the first amendment. A man who had been sentenced to three years in prison producing videos of pit bulls fighting and attacking pigs and other animals appealed against his sentence. And the court found that although dog fighting is outlawed in every American state, the depiction of jotting showed itself the illegal. The law had originally been introduced to deal with what known as crush videos. That ... films of women in high-heeleds slowly crushing small animals to death.

Some 3,000 workers in southern Egypt are refusing to leave their factory until management agrees to about paying working conditions. The workers at an ... factory are also demanding the sacking the official trade union representative whom they accused of working for management.

A court in Britain has heard that a dead body lay undiscovered for nearly ten years in a tower bloc flat in the western city of Bristol despite neighbors repeatedly complaining about a terrible stench. The court heard that the man had been staying with a friend when he suddenly died. Council workers have visited the flat, put the smell down to an overflowing drain. Bristol's City Council has apologized for failing to act earlier.

BBC News.
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BBC news with S G
Britain is reopening all its airports with image to fight following 6 days in which flight _ largely grounded by the bloom of volcanic dust that is blown across much of the Europe from Iceland. A spokeswoman for the British aviation regulator Dame also announced new standards governing fly in hazardous conditions. She said the rules have been drawn up in consultation with the aircraft manufacturer and took account of the results of recent test flights.

The new guidance allows to face new introduction of much of the airspace which is currently closed due to the volcanic ash bloom over the UK. There will continue to be some no flight zones where concentrations of ash levels are at unsafe levels for flight to take place. But that would be very much smaller than the present restrictions.

Throughout the days some flights resumed at the main international airports in Paris, Amsterdam and Frankfurt. But flight bans remained in place over large swice of continents. Some new just in the first flight has landed at Heathrow airport in London after the lifting of flight ban. Britain  announced it was again opening its airspace to flights late on Tuesday.

The International monetary fund is calling for  new taxes to be imposed on financial institutions to pay for any bailouts that might be needed in the future. the proposals are contained in a paper prepared for finance ministers from a group of 20 countries, and obtained by the BBC. Our economics correspondent Andrew Worker reports.

The IMF is proposing a levy what it calls a financial stability contribution to cover the cost tax past of any future government support for the sector. It would apply to all financial institutions. Over time the IMF suggested could be refined to reflect the riskiness of each firm’s activities. A new government want to raise more money the IMF suggested they put it as additional taxes on profits and employees’ pay. Report also says that it should be a legal framework for sorting out trouble firms. Otherwise it would be incentive for them to take risks in the expectation that they would not be allowed to fail.

The Iraqi military says they have killed another leading member of al-Qaeda. It comes the day after the government said its troop had killed two most wanted leaders of al-Qaeda. Here is Jim Muir.

According to Iraqi military officials Ahmed al-Obeidi  was killed in the early morning attack by the US and Iraqi forces somewhere in _ in the north of the country. They said that he was in charge  of al-Qaeda operations there and also in Kirkuk and Salahuddin province. One report said the intelligence of the attack come from the same capture of al-Qaeda official as the information that led to that raid which killed the two top al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq early on Sunday morning. Iraq government leaders have convinced that they now have the al-Qaeda leadership on the run.

BBC news

Fresh allegation have surfaced of rigging Sudan election last week. A group of local observers released the video which reportedly show a man dressed in an orange uniform of election officials stuffing vote slips into the ballot box. However the Sudanese election commission official denied that any ballot stuffing or other rigging.

The supreme court in the United States has ruled that a law that makes it a crime to sell  videos of animals being tortured or killed violates the right to free speech. The supreme court judge who support the ruling said the law was too vague and therefore infringed  the guarantee of free speech in the US constitution. Mark Mardel is in Washington.

The Supreme Court ruled the law of banning animal cruelty videos was over broad and invalid under the first amendment. A men who has been sentenced to 3 years in prison for producing videos of pit bull fighting and attacking pits of animals. Appeal against the sentence and the court found although the dog fighting is outlawed lord in every American states.,the depictions of cruelty shouldn’t itself be illegal. The law had originally been introduced to deal with what is known as crash video. Fetish film of women in high heels slowly crushing small animals to death.

Some 3000 workers in southern Egypt are refusing to  leave their factory until management agree to a better pay in working conditions. The workers in _ are also demanding the suck in official trade union representative whom are accused of working for management.

A court in Britain has heard a died body lay undiscovered for nearly 10 years in a tart block flat in the western city of Bristol despite neighbors  repeatly complaining about the terrible stench. The court heard that the man have been stay in with a friend who has suddenly died. Council workers have visited the flat put the smell down to an overflowing drain. Bristol city’s council has apologized for failing to act earlier.

BBC news.
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BBC News with Sue Montgomery.
Britain is reopening all its all airports with / effect, following six days in which flights / are largely grounded of the plume of volcanic dust that has blown across much of the Europe from Iceland. A spokeswoman for the British Aviation Regulator ...also announced new standards governing flying in / conditions. She said the rules have been drawn up in consultation with aircraft manufactures and took account for the results of recent test flights.

The new guidance allows phase reintroduction of much air space which is current closed due to the volcanic ash plume over the UK. There will continue to be some no-fly zones where concentration of ash levels are unsafe levels for flights to take place, but that will be very much smaller than present restrictions.

Throughout the day, some fights resumed at the main international airports in Paris and Sudan /, but flight bans remain in place over large / of the continent. Some news just in. The first flight has landed at the Heathrow airport in London after the lifting of the flight ban. Britain announced it was again opening its air space to flights late on Tuesday.

International Monetary Fund is calling for new taxes to be imposed on financial institutions to pay for any bail-outs that might be needed in the futher. The proposals are contained in a paper prepared for finance ministers from the group of 20 countries and obtained by the BBC. Our economic correspondent Andrew Walker reports.

The IMF is proposing a levy what it calls a financial stability contribution to cover the cost to tax pays any future governments support for the sector. It would apply to all financial institutions. Over time the IMF suggested it could be refund to reflect the / of each firm's activities. And if governments want to raise more money, the IMF suggests they put an additional tax on profits and employee's pay. The report also says there should be a legal framework for sorting out troubled firms, otherwise there would be / for them to take risks in the expectation that they would not be allowed to fail.

The Iraqi military says it killed another leading member of al-Qeada. It comes a day after the government said its troops have killed two most wanted al-Qeada leaders in Iraq. Here's Jim Muir.

According to Iraqi military officials Mohamud ...was killed in an early morning attack by US and Iraqi forces somewhere near / in the north of the country. They said he was in charge of al-Qeada's operations there and also in ...and ... provinces. One report says the intelligence for the attack came from the same captured al-Qeada official as the information led to the raid which killed the two top al-Qeada leaders in Iraq early on Sunday morning.Iraqi government leaders are convinced that they now have the al-Qeada leadership on the run.

BBC News.
Fresh allegations have /  rigging in Sudan's elections last week. A group of local observers released a video which reportedly shows man dressed in the orange uniform of the election officials stuffing voting slips into a ballot box. However, a Sudanese election's commission official denied there'd been any ballot stuffing or other rigging.

The Supreme Court in the United States has ruled that allow the mixed crimes to sell videos of animals being tortured or killed violates the right to free speech. The Supreme Court judges who supported the ruling said the law was too vague. And therefore, infringe the guarantee of free speech in the US constitution. Mike Mardell is in Washington.

The Supreme Court ruled the law banning animal / was over broad and inviolate on the First Amendament. A man who had been sentenced three years in prison producing videos of peoples fighting and attacking / of other animals appealed against his sentenced. And the court found although dog's fighting is not lawed in every American state, the depiction of cruelty / be illegal. The law had originally been introduced to deal with what is known as crush videos that it / films of a woman in high heels slowly crushing small animals to death.

Some three thousand workers in southern Egypt are refusing to leave the factory until management agrees to better pay in working conditions. The workers at / factory are also the sacking of the official trade union representative whom is being accused of working for management.

/ Britain / , a dead body lay undiscovered for nearly ten years in a / flat in the western city of Bristol. Despite neighbors repeatedly complaining about a terrible /. The / the man has been staying with a friend when he suddenly died. Council workers have visited the flat, put the smell down to a overflowing drain. Bristol city councilor has apologized for failing to act earlier.
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Britain is reopening all its airports with immediate effect following 6 days in which flights have been largely grounded by the Prom... of volcanic dust that brought much of europe from iceland. a spokeswoman from British aviation regulator dean.... also announce new standards governing flying in hazardize condition. she said the rule has been drawn up have consultation with aircraft manufacturers and took account result of the recent test flights.
"the new guideline allies face re-introduction of much air space currently closed due to the volcanic ash ... over the UK, the work continue to be signd no flights own concentration of ash level at unsafe level for flights to take place, but that would be very much smaller than the present restrictions,"
throughout today some flights resume... international airports in Paris, Amsterdam and Frankfort. but flight bans remain place over large Switsland of the continent. some years justin   the first flight landed in Hisrou airport in London after the lift of the flight ban. Britain announced it was again opening its air space for flights late on Tuesday
International Monetary fund is calling for new taxes to be imposed on financial institutions to pay for any bailout might be needed in the future. the proposals are contained in a paper prepared for finance minister from Group 20 countries and abtained by BBC. our economic correspondent Andrew Workl reports
"IMF propose a navy what it calls a financial stability contribution to cover the cost tax... any future government support for the sector, it will apply to all financial institution over time. the IMF suggest could be refined to reflect risky each firms activities, if governments want to raise more money, the IMF suggests put additional tax on profits and employees' pay. Reports also says they should be a legal framework for sorting out hubble firms, otherwise it would be incenty for them to take risk in the expectation they would not be allowed fail"
The Iraqi military says it killed another leading member of Al-Qaeda, it comes today the troops killed tow most wanted al-qaeda leaders in Iraq, here is Miull
"according to Iraqi officials XX was killed in a early morning attack by Iraq and US forces, somewhere Mosul in the north of the country, they said he was in charge by the operation there and also ... in Sulahadi provinces, One report said the intelligence for the attack came from the same capture al qaeda official, as the information late which killed two top al-qaeda in Iraq early on the morning. Iraq government leaders convinced they now have al-qaeda leadership on the run " BBC news
fresh allegation have surfaced weekly in Sudan, Sudan's election in last week, a group of local observers released viedo which reportedly show a man addressed in orange uniform with election officials stuff voting a ballot box. However the sudanese election commission official denied  being any ballot stuffing all of ...
The supreme court of United states has ruled the law makes it crime, a viedo a animal has been tortured and killed, violate the right of... the supreme court judges support the ruling
the law was too weak, therefore ... guarantee .. in Washington
"The supreme court ruled the law baning animal trade is over broad and invalid on first memend a man who would be sentenced three years in prison produce the video ... fighting and attacking pigs and other animals, appeal to against the sentence, and court found all dog fighting without law in every American state, and the pictures guilty should dissolve be illegal, Low and regionally, will introduce to do ...crush videos wiht woman high heel slowly crush samll animal to death"
some three thousand workers in southern Egypt refuse to  leave their factory until management agrees about the pay on working conditions , the workers and ...of factory are also demanding sacking the official trade representative whom is accused of working for management.
According to British..., the dead body lay undiscover nearly ten years in tower block of west city of Briston..., despite labors repeatedly complaining about the terrible.... the court head had been staying...friend for his suddenly die. council worker visited flight over flowing ... , Bristone city council has apologized for failing to act early

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Britain is reopening all its airports with immediate effect following 6 days in which flights have been largely grounded by the Prom... of volcanic dust that brought much of europe from iceland. a spokeswoman from British aviation regulator dean.... also announce new standards governing flying in hazardize condition. she said the rule has been drawn up have consultation with aircraft manufacturers and took account result of the recent test flights.
"the new guideline allies face re-introduction of much air space currently closed due to the volcanic ash ... over the UK, the work continue to be signd no flights own concentration of ash level at unsafe level for flights to take place, but that would be very much smaller than the present restrictions,"
throughout today some flights resume... international airports in Paris, Amsterdam and Frankfort. but flight bans remain place over large Switsland of the continent. some years justin   the first flight landed in Hisrou airport in London after the lift of the flight ban. Britain announced it was again opening its air space for flights late on Tuesday
International Monetary fund is calling for new taxes to be imposed on financial institutions to pay for any bailout might be needed in the future. the proposals are contained in a paper prepared for finance minister from Group 20 countries and abtained by BBC. our economic correspondent Andrew Workl reports
"IMF propose a navy what it calls a financial stability contribution to cover the cost tax... any future government support for the sector, it will apply to all financial institution over time. the IMF suggest could be refined to reflect risky each firms activities, if governments want to raise more money, the IMF suggests put additional tax on profits and employees' pay. Reports also says they should be a legal framework for sorting out hubble firms, otherwise it would be incenty for them to take risk in the expectation they would not be allowed fail"
The Iraqi military says it killed another leading member of Al-Qaeda, it comes today the troops killed tow most wanted al-qaeda leaders in Iraq, here is Miull
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[Homework]BBC 2010-04-21(头贴空缺~~还不快来抢)

Homework

BBC News with Sue Montgamory.

Britain is reopening all its airports with image to affect, following 6 days in which flights arrive largely grounded by the plume of volcanic dust that is blown across much of Europe from Iceland. A spokeswoman from the British Aviation Regulator, Dame Deirdre Hutton also announced new standards governing flying in hazardous conditions. She said the rules had been drawn up in consultation with aircraft manufacturers and took account of the results of recent test flights.

The new guidance allows to face reintroduction of much of the airspace which is currently closed due to the volcanic ash plume over the UK. There will continue to be some no-fly-zones where concentration of ash levels are at unsafe levels for flights to take place. But that would be very much smaller than the present restrictions.

Through out
the day, some flights resumed at the main international airports in Paris, Amsterdan and Frankfurt. But flight bans remained in place over large sweeps of the continent. Some news just in, the first flight has landed at Heathrow airport in London after the lifting of the flight ban. Britain announced it was again opening its airspace to flights late on Tuesday.

The Internationl Monetary Fund is calling for new taxes to be imposed on financial institutions to pay any bailouts that might be needed in the future. The proposals are contained in a paper prepared for finance ministers from the group of 20 countries and obtained by the BBC. Our economics correspondent Andrew Walker reports.

The IMF is proposing a levy, what it calls a financial stability contribution to cover the cost taxpayers' any future government support for the sector. It would apply to all financial insitutions. Over time the IMF's suggestion could be refined to reflect the riskiness of each firm's activities. And if the government wants to raise more money, the IMF suggests they put an additional tax on profits and employees' pay. The reporter also says there should be a legal framework for sorting out troubled firms. Otherwise, there would be an incentive for them to take risks in the expectation that they would not be allowed to fail.

The Iraqi military says it's killed another leading member of Al-Quaeda. It comes the day after the government said its troops had killed the two most wanted Al-Quaeda leaders in Iraq. Here is Jim Muir.

According to Iraqi military officials, Ahmed al-Obeidi was killed in an early morning attack by US and Iraqi forces somewhere near Mosul in the north of the country. They said he was in charge of Al-Quaeda's operations there, and also in Kurkuk and Salahuddin provinces. One report said the intelligence for the attack came from the same captured Al-Quaeda offical as the information that led to the raid which killed the two top Al-Quaeda leaders in Iraq early on Sunday morning. Iraqi government leaders are convinced that they now have the Al-Quaeda leadership on the run.

BBC News

Fresh allegations have surfaced on rigging Sudan's elections last week. A group of local observers released a video which reportedly shows a man dressed in the orange uniform of election officials stuffing voting slips into a ballot box. However, the Sudanese election commission offical denied there being any ballot stuffing or other rigging.

The Supreme Court in the United States has ruled that a law that makes it crime to sell videos of animals being tortured or killed violates the right to free speech. The Supreme Court judgers who support the ruling said the law was too vague and therefore infinged the guarantee of free speech in the US Constitution. Mark Mardell is in Washington.

The Supreme Court ruled the law of banning animal cruelty video was overbroad and invalid under the first amendment. A man who has been sentenced to 3 years in prison producing videos of pit bulls fighting and attacking pigs or other animals appealed against his sentence. And the court found that although dog fighting is outlawed in every American state, the depiction of cruety shouldn't itself be illegal. The law had originally been introduced to deal with what known as crush videos. Fight___ films women in high hills slowly crushing small animals to death.

Some 3000 workers in southern Egypt are refusing to leave their factory until management agrees to better pay and working conditions. The workers at an aluminium factory are also demanding the sacking the official trade union representative whom they accused of working for management.

A court in Britain has heard that a dead body lay undiscovered for nearly 10 years in a tower block flat in the western city of Bristol, despite neighbors repeatedly complaining about the terrible stench. The court heard the man had been staying with a friend when he suddenly died. Council workers who visited the flat put the smell down to a overflowing drain. Bristol city Council has apologized for failing to act earlier.

BBC News



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Britain is reopening all its airports with image to fight following 6 days in which flight
s
were largely grounded by the bloom of volcanic dust that is blown across much of the Europe from Iceland. A spokeswoman for the British aviation regulator Dame also announced new standards governing fly in hazardous conditions. She said the rules have been drawn up in consultation with the aircraft manufacturers
and took account of the results of recent test flights.

The new guidance allows to face new introduction of much of the airspace which is currently closed due to the volcanic ash bloom over the UK. There will continue to be some no flight zones where concentrations of ash levels are at unsafe levels for flight
s
to take place. But that would be very much smaller than the present restrictions.

Throughout the days some flights resumed at the main international airports in Paris, Amsterdam and Frankfurt. But flight bans remained in place over large swice of
the continents. Some new just in the first flight has landed at Heathrow airport in London after the lifting of the
flight ban. Britain  announced it was again opening its airspace to flights late on Tuesday.

The International monetary fund is calling for  new taxes to be imposed on financial institutions to pay for any bailouts that might be needed in the future. the proposals are contained in a paper prepared for finance ministers from
the
roup of 20 countries, and obtained by the BBC. Our economics correspondent Andrew Worker reports.

The IMF is proposing a levy what it calls a financial stability contribution to cover the cost tax past of any future government support for the sector. It would apply to all financial institutions. Over time the IMF suggested could be refined to reflect the riskiness of each firm’s activities.
And if a government want to raise more money the IMF suggested they put it as additional taxes on profits and employees’ pay. Report also says that it should be a legal framework for sorting out troubled
firms. Otherwise it would be incentive for them to take risks in the expectation that they would not be allowed to fail.

The Iraqi military says
it have killed another leading member of al-Qaeda. It comes the day after the government said its troop had killed two most wanted al-Qaeda leaders
in Iraq
. Here is Jim Muir.

According to Iraqi military officials Ahmed al-Obeidi  was killed in
an early morning attack by the US and Iraqi forces somewhere near _ in the north of the country. They said that he was in charge  about al-Qaeda’s operations there and also in Kirkuk and Salahuddin province. One report said the intelligence of the attack come from the same capture of al-Qaeda official as the information that led to that raid which killed the two top al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq early on Sunday morning. Iraqy
government leaders have convinced that they now have the al-Qaeda leadership on the run.

BBC news

Fresh allegation
s have surfaced of rigging Sudan election last week. A group of local observers released the video which reportedly show a man dressed in an orange uniform of election officials stuffing vote slips into the ballot box. However the Sudanese election commission official denied there being
any ballot stuffing or other rigging.

The supreme court in the United States has ruled that a law that makes it a crime to sell  videos of animals being tortured or killed violates the right to free speech. The supreme court judge
s
who support the ruling said the law was too vague and therefore infringed  the guarantee of free speech in the US constitution. Mark Mardel is in Washington.

The Supreme Court ruled the law of banning animal cruelty videos was over broad and invalid under the first amendment. A men who has been sentenced to 3 years in prison for producing videos of pit bull fighting and attacking pits of
other animals. Appeal against the sentence and the court found although the dog fighting is outlawed lord in every American states.,the depictions of cruelty shouldn’t itself be illegal. The law had originally been introduced to deal with what is known as crash videos
. Fetish film of women in high heels slowly crushing small animals to death.

Some 3000 workers in southern Egypt are refusing to  leave their factory until management agree to a better pay in working conditions. The workers
at a …factory
are also demanding the suck in official trade union representative whom are accused of working for management.

A court in Britain has heard a
dead
body lay undiscovered for nearly 10 years in a tart block flat in the western city of Bristol despite neighbors  repeatly complaining about the terrible stench. The court heard that the man have been stay in with a friend who has suddenly died. Council workers have visited the flat put the smell down to an overflowing drain. Bristol city’s council has apologized for failing to act earlier.

BBC news.
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本帖最后由 nolose 于 2010-4-21 14:22 编辑

慢了一步哦~!
BBC News with Sue Montgomery
Britain is reopening all its airports with image to fight following 6 days in which flights  around largely grounded by the plume of volcanic dust that is blown across much of  Europe from Iceland. A spokeswoman for the British aviation regulator Dame also announced new standards governing flying in hazardous conditions. She said the rules have been drawn up in consultation with the aircraft manufacturer and took account of the results of recent test flights.

The new guidance allows to face reintroduction of much of the airspace which is currently closed due to the volcanic ash plume over the UK. There will continue to be some no flight zones where concentrations of ash levels are at unsafe levels for flights to take place. But that would be very much smaller than the present restrictions.

Throughout the days some flights resumed at the main international airports in Paris, Amsterdam and Frankfurt. But flight bans remained in place over large sweeps of continents.
Some news just in.  The first flight has landed at Heathrow Airport in London after the lifting of the flight ban. Britain  announced it was again opening its airspace to flights late on Tuesday.

The International Monetary Fund is calling for  new taxes to be imposed on financial institutions to pay for any bailouts that might be needed in the future. the proposals are contained in a paper prepared for finance ministers from the group of 20 countries, and obtained by the BBC. Our economics correspondent Andrew Worker reports.

The IMF is proposing a levy what it calls a financial stability contribution to cover the cost tax payer of any future government support for the sector. It would apply to all financial institutions. Over time the IMF suggested it could be refined to reflect the riskiness of each firm’s activities. And if governments want to raise more money,  the IMF suggests they put an additional taxes on profits and employees’ pay. The report also says that there should be a legal framework for sorting out troubled firms. Otherwise it would be an incentive for them to take risks in the expectation that they would not be allowed to fail.

The Iraqi military says it has killed another leading member of al-Qaeda. It comes the day after the government said its troop had killed two most wanted al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq. Here is Jim Muir.

According to Iraqi military officials Ahmed al-Obeidi  was killed in an early morning attack by  US and the Iraqi forces somewhere near Mosul in the north of the country. They said  he was in charge  of al-Qaeda's operations there and also in Kirkuk and Salahuddin province. One report said that the intelligence for the attack came from the same captured al-Qaeda official as the information that led to that raid which killed the two top al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq early on Sunday morning. Iraqi government leaders have convinced that they now hurt the al-Qaeda leadership on the run.

BBC news

Fresh allegations have surfaced of rigging in Sudan's election last week. A group of local observers released a video which reportedly shows men dressed in the orange uniform of election officials stuffing voting slips into the ballot box. However a Sudanese election's commission official denied there been any ballot stuffing or other rigging.

The supreme court in the United States has ruled that a law that makes it a crime to sell  videos of animals being tortured or killed violates the right to free speech. The supreme court judge who support the ruling said the law was too vague and therefore infringed  the guarantee of free speech in the US constitution. Mark Mardel is in Washington.

The Supreme Court ruled the law of banning animal cruelty videos was overbroad and invalid under the first amendment. A men who has been sentenced to 3 years in prison for producing videos of pitbulls fighting and attacking pigs and other animals appealed against his sentence and the court found although dog fighting is outlawed in every American state.,the depictions of cruelty shouldn’t itself be illegal. The law had originally been introduced to deal with what is known as crush videos, fetishistic films of women in high heels slowly crushing small animals to death.

Some 3000 workers in southern Egypt are refusing to  leave their factory until management agrees to a better pay and working conditions. The workers at an_ factoryare also demanding the sacking of the official trade union representative whom been accused of working for management.

A court in Britain has heard that a died body lay undiscovered for nearly 10 years in a tart block flat in the western city of Bristol despite neighbors  repeatedly complaining about the terrible stench. The court heard that the man had been staying with a friend when he suddenly died. Council workers have visited the flat put the smell down to an overflowing drain. Bristol city  council has apologized for failing to act earlier.

BBC News.
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