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The International Monetary Fund and European Commission have promised to act swiftly after Greece said he needed to activate a 60-billion dollar rescue package agreed in principle last week.  Correspondents say the IMF is likely to demand tougher austerity measures.  The crisis sponsored to angry skirmish in Athens this evening.  That is Malcolm Brabant reports.

The authorities here are on alert for social unrest, season left-wing political activists acknowledge that 24-hour strikes and frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its austerity program.   "What we need”, said one activist "are open-ended strikes, occupations in factories and other places of employment."  The Socialist government has made it clear that it won't tolerate repeat the riots of 2008 when city centres across the country were vandalize and buildings burnt.  The police have been ordered to be more robust with trouble-makers.  

Governor of the American state of Arkansas Jim Brewer has signed into a law build tightening immigration as after President Obama criticized it.  The unprecedented state law gives new powers to local police to question people about their immigration status.    Governor Brewer said the law which strengthens border controls in the state which neighbors Mexico.  President called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the justice department to investigate whether it violate the civil rights of Latinos' and other immigrants'.  

A Judge in a American state of Utah has sanction the execution of a convicted murderer by firing squad.   Ronnie Lee Gardner will be the first person in the US to face fire squad in 40 years.  He was convicted in 1995 of killing an attorney in a botched escape attempt.  Here is Madeleine Morris.

In signing the warrant for Ronnie Lee Gardner is an execution, a judge in Salt Lake City gave the convicted murderer the choice of death by lethal injection or facing a firing squad.  Gardner chose the latter.  The case has already re-ignited the debate in Utah about the using of firing squads.  Oklahoma is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment was reinstated in the US in 1976.  But it has never killed anyone in this way.  

The pilot wrongly accused of involvement in the September 11th attacks has won his legal battle for compensation.  Lotfi Raissi, an Algerian-born British resident, was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks.  This report is from our home affairs correspondent Danny Shaw.

Lotfi Raissi was held a maximum security prison for nearly five months before a Judge ordered his release, saying there was no evidence to link him to terrorism.  Two years ago, the Court of Appeals said Mr. Raissi had been the victim of the heightened dimensional atmosphere at the end of 2001 and ordered ministers to consider paying damages.  The Justice Secretary Jack Straw has now declared that Mr. Raissi is eligible for compensation.  The amount would be independently assessed but it's thought it could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.  

World News from the BBC

Iraqi officials say at least 58 people have been killed in bomb attacks that targeted civilians in Shiah-dominated areas in and around the capital Baghdad as Friday prays were ending.  Most of the death were in Sadr city located the North of the capital and in Southern Baghdad.  No group has yet said it carried out the attacks but officials in Baghdad have blamed al-Qaeda saying that the bombings were in revenge for the killing of two high profile al-Qaeda operatives on Sunday.  

The Ethiopian government says it's halved the number of the people dying of malaria by distributing nearly 20 million insecticide treated bed nets.  The government said it had achieved this by training 30,000 health workers and extending the country system of roads to reach some of Ethiopian's remote areas.  Malaria is the leading course of death in Africa.  

A court in Northern England has convicted an atheist of causing religiously aggravated harassment for distributing leaflets mocking Jews Christ, Islam and the Pope.  The man Henry Taylor said he was trying to convert religious believers to atheism by leaving home-made posters in the prayer at John Lennon Airport in Liverpool.  Nick Ravenscroft reports.

One poster depicted two Muslims holding a placard demanding equality with the caption "Not for women or gays" obviously.    Another featured the cartoon of the Pope with a condom on his finger.  Henry Taylor told the court that he brought no grudge against people of faith and left the images in prayer room in a tribute to John Lennon who'd sung Imagine referred to a world with no religion.  But Mr.Taylor was convicted and given a 6 jail sentence suspended for two years.  

Turkmenistan has held its first circus show since they were banned over 9 years ago.  1500 children in the capital Ashkhabad watched a performance by clowns, elephants and camels.  Circus along with ballet, opera and theatre were all prohibited by the former leader Saparmurat Niyazov who died in 2006.  

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BBC News with Mike Cooper.
The International Monetary Fund and European Commission have promised to act ~ in ~ to Greece said it needed to activate a 60 billion dollar rescue package agreed in principle last week. Correspondents say the IMF is likely to demand tough steraty measures. The crisis angry ~ this evening. Malcon Braven reports.

The authorities here are on alert for social unrest. Seizing black wind political activists acknowleged the 24 - hour strikes and frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the  government to water down its authorities program. What we need, said one activist, are open ended strikes and occupations of factories and other places of employment. The socialist government has made it clear that it won’t tolerate repeat of the riots of 2008 when city centers across the country where large buldings burned. The police have been ordered to be more ~ with trouble makers.

Governor of the American state of Arkensar Jim bru has signed a law built tightening immigration as after President Obama critized it. The unprededented state law gives new powers to local police to question people about their immigration status. Governor Bru said the law would strengthen border controls in the state which neighbours Mexico. President Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the justice department to investigate whether it violates the civil rights of Latinals and other immigrants.


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In signing the ~ for Lady gaga’ s execution, a judege in Salt Lake city gave the convicted murder the choice of death by ~ of facing a fire squard. ~ chose the latter. The case has already reunited the debate in Utah about the use of firing squard. Oklahoma is the only other state to section them since capital punishment was reinstated in the US in 1976. But it has never killed anyone this way.

A pilot wrongly accused of an involment in the 9.11 attacks has woned his legal back of compensation. ~ born in British resident was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks. This report from our homefesk correspondent, Danni Shawl.
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World News from the BBC.
Iraqi officials say at least 58 people have been killed in bomb attacks that targeted civilians and sheate dominated areas in and around the capital Baghdad as Friday press was ending. Most of the deaths were in the southern city, located north of the capital and in southern Baghdad. ~ said the carried out the attacks but officials in Baghdad have blamed ~ saying the bombing were in revenge for the killing of two high profile all kind of ~ on Sunday.
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Ministan has held its first circus show since they were banned 9 year ago.1500 children in the capital ~ watched a performance by clowns, elephants and camels. Circuses along with ballet, opera and the theatre were all prohibited by the former leader ~ who died in 2006. BBC News.
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HOMEWORK
BBC News with Michael Cooper.
This International Monetary Fund and the European Commission have promised to act swiftly after Greece said it needed to activate a 60-billion-dollar rescue package agreed on principle last week. Correspondents say the IMF is likely to demand tough austerity measures. The crisis this evening. That's Milcom Braven reports.
The authorities here are on alert for social unrest. Seizing black wing political activists acknowledged the 24-hour strike's frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to bolt down its authority program. What we need said one activist are open ended strike, occupation of factories and other places of employment. The socialist government has made it clear that they won't tolerate repeat of the riot of 2008 when city centers across country where * and buildings burned. The police have been ordered to be more robust with troublemakers.
Governor of American state of Arkansas Jim Bruor has signed into law bill tightening immigration as after President Obama criticized it. The unprecedented state law gives new powers to local police to question people about their immigration status. Governor Bruor said the law would strengthen border controls in the state which neighbors Mexico. President Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the justice department to investigate whether it violate the civil rights of Latinos and other immigrates.
A judge in the American state of Utah has sanction the execution of convicted murderer by firing scold. RL would be the first person in the US to face of firing scold in 14 years. G was convicted in 1995 of killing and & in a *. Here is Madelin Mass.
In signing the warn for running Liga's execution a judging sold city gave the convicted murderer choice of death by Lithelin Jacson or facing a firing scold. G chose the latter. The case has already reignited the debating Utah about the use of firing scolds. Ocla Homa is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment was reinstated in the US in 1976. But it has never killed anyone this way.
A pilot wrongly accused of involvement in the September 11th attacks has won his legal battle of compensation. Lofty Ranice, an Algerian-born British resident was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks. This report from our home affairs correspondent Danny Shawn.
Lofty Ranice was held in a maximum security prison for nearly five months before a judge ordered his release, saying there were no evidence to link him to terrorism. Two years ago, the court had appealed that Mr. Ranice had been the victim of the heighten de-emotional atmosphere at the end of 2001 and ordered ministers to consider pay damages. The Justice Secretary Jack Strew has now declared that Mr. Ranice is eligible for compensation. The amount will be independently assessed but it's thought that it could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.
World News from the BBC.
Iraqi officials say at least 58 people have been killed in bomb attacks that targeted civilians in Shiite dominated areas in and around the capital Baghdad as Friday press were ending. Most of the death were inside the city, located north of the capital and in southern Baghdad. No group has yet said it carried out the attacks but officials in Baghdad have blamed al-Qaeda, saying that the bombings were in revenge for the killing of two high profile al-Qaeda operatives on Sunday.
The Ethiopian government says it's half of the number of people dying of malaria by distributing nearly 20 million insecticides treated &. The government said it had achieved this by training 30,000 health workers and extending the country system of roads to reach some of Ethiopian's more remote areas. Malaria is the leading cause of the death in Africa.
A court in northern England has convicted a ethnic of causing religiously aggravated harassment for distributing leaflets mocking Jesus Christ, Islam and the Pope. The man, Harry Taylor, said he was trying to convert religious believers to ethnilism by leaving home made posters into pray room and join * in Liverpool. Nick Ravenscrat reports.
One poster dipicted two Muslims holding a * out demanding equality, with a caption not for women or gays' obviously. Another featured cartoon of a pope with a condom on his finger. Harry Taylor told the court that he born no grudge against people's faith and left the images in the pray room in a tribute to John Lennon who sang imagine referred to a world with no religion. But Mr. Taylor was convicted and gave a six months jail sentence suspended for two years.
Turkmenistan has held its first circus shows since they were banned nine years ago.  5,000 children in the capital Ashkhabad watched a performance by clowns, elephants and camels. Circuses along with ballet, opera and the theater were all prohibited by the former leader Saparmurat Niyazov who died in 2006.
BBC News.
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BBC news with Mike Cooper.

The International Monetary Fund and the European Commission have promised to act swiftly after Greece said it needed to activate a 60-billion-dollar rescue package agreed in principle last week. Correspondents say the IMF is likely to demand tough austerity measures. The crisis sparked from angry skirmish in Athens this evening. That's Malcolm Brabant reports.

The authorities here are on alert for social unrest.
Seasoned left wing political activists acknowledged that 24-hour strikes in frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its austerity programme. What we need, said one activist, are open-ended strikes, and occupations of factories and other places of employment. The socialist government has made it clear that they won't tolerate repeat of the riots
of 2008 when city centers across the country were vandalized and buidings burned. The police have been ordered to be more robust with troublemakers.

Go
vernor of American state of Arkansas Jim Breuer has signed a law, a bill tightening immigration hours after President Obama criticized it. The unprecedented state law gives new powers to local police to question people about the immigration status. Governer Breuer said the law would strengthen border controls in the state which neighbors Mexico. Predident Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the Justice Department to investigate whether it violated the civil rights of Latinos and other immigrants
.

A judge in the American state of Utah has sanctioned the execution of the convicted murderer by firing squad.
Ronnie Lee Gardner would be the first person in the US to face a firing squad in 14 years. Gardner was convicted in 1995 of killing an attorney in the botch … Here is Madeleine Morris.


In signing the warrant for Ronnie Lee Gardner’s execution, a judge in Salt Lake City gave the convicted murderer the choice of death by lethal injection or facing a firing squad. Gardner chose the latter. The case has already reignited the debate in Utah about the use of firing squads. Oklahoma is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment was reinstated in the US in 1976. But it has never killed anyone this way.

A pilot wrongly accused of
involvement in the September 11th attack has won his legal battle for compensation. Lotfi Raissi, an Algerian born British resident was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks. This report from our home affairs correspondent, Danny Shaw.


Lotfi Raissi was held in an maximum security prison for nearly five months before a judge ordered his release, saying there was no evidence to link him to terrorism. Two years ago the court of appeals said Mr. Raissi had been the victim of the heightened demotional atmosphere at the end of 2001 and ordered / ministers to consider paying damages. The Justice Secretary Jack Straw has now declared that Mr. Raissi is eligible for compensation. The amount will be independently assessed but it is thought it could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.

World N
ews from the BBC.

Iraqi officials say at least 58 people have been killed in bomb attacks that targeted /civilians in Shiite dominated areas in and around the capital Baghdad as Friday
prayers were ending. Most of the deaths were inside of the city, located / north of the capital and in southern Baghdad. … said it carried out the attacks, but officials in Baghdad have blamed the al-Qaeda saying that the bombing were in revenge for the killing of 2 high profile al-Qaeda operatives on Sunday.


The Ethiopian government says its half / the number of people dying of malaria by distributing nearly 20 million and insecticide-treated bednets. The government said it had achieved this by training in 30,000 health workers and extending the country system of roads to reach some of the Ethiopia’s more remote areas. Malaria is the leading cause of death in Africa.

A court in northern England has convicted an atheist of causing religiously
aggravated harassment for distributing leaflets mocking Jesus Christ, Islam and the Pope. The man Harry Taylor said he was trying to convert religious believers to atheism by leaving home made posters in the prayer room at John Lennon Airport in Liverpool. Nick Ravenscroft reports.


One poster depicted two Muslims holding a placard demanding equality with the caption not for women or gays obviously. Another featured cartoon was a Pope with a condom on his finger. Harry Taylor told the court that he bore no grudge against people of faith and left the images in the  prayer room  in a tribute to John  Lennon who's song imagine referred to a world with no religion. But Mr. Taylor was convicted and given a six months jail sentence suspended for two years.

Turkmenistan has held its first circus show since they were banned 9 year ago. 1,500 children in the capital Ashgabat watched a performance by clowns, elephants and camels. Circuses along with ballet, opera and the theatre were all prohibited by the former leader Saparmurat Niyazov who died in 2006.

BBC News.
BBC news with Mike Cooper.
The International Monetary Fund and the European Commission have promised to act swiftly after Greece said it needed to activate a 60-billion-dollar rescue package agreed in principle last week. Correspondents say the IMF is likely to demand tough austerity measures. The crisis sparked from angry skirmish in Athens this evening. That's Malcolm Brabant reports.
The authorities here are on alert for social unrest. Seasoned left wing political activists acknowledged that 24 hour strikes in frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its austerity programme. What we need, said one activist, are open-ended strikes, and occupations of factories and other places of employment. The socialist government has made it clear that they won't tolerate repeat of the riots of 2008 when city centers across the country were vandalized and buidings burned. The police have been ordered to be more robust with troublemakers.
Governor of American state of Arkansas Jim Breuer has signed a law, a bill tightening immigration hours after President Obama criticized it. The unprecedented state law gives new powers to local police to question people about the immigration status. Governer Breuer said the law would strengthen border controls in the state which neighbors Mexico. Predident Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the Justice Department to investigate whether it violated the civil rights of Latinos and other immigrants.
A judge in the American state of Utah has sanctioned the execution of the convicted murderer by firing squad. Ronnie Lee Gardner would be the first person in the US to face a firing squad in 14 years. Gardner was convicted in 1995 of killing an attorney in the botch discape tent .Here is Madeleine Morris.
In signing the warrant for Ronnie Lee Gardner’s execution, a judge in Salt Lake City gave the convicted murderer the choice of death by lethal injection or facing a firing squad. Gardner chose the latter. The case has already reignited the debate in Utah about the use of firing squads. Oklahoma is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment was reinstated in the US in 1976. But it has never killed anyone this way.
A pilot wrongly accused of involvement in the September 11th attack has won his legal battle for compensation. Lotfi Raissi, an Algerian born British resident was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks. This report from our home affairs correspondent, Danny Shaw.
Lotfi Raissi was held in an maximum security prison for nearly five months before a judge ordered his release, saying there was no evidence to link him to terrorism. Two years ago the court of appeals said Mr. Raissi had been the victim of the heightened demotional atmosphere at the end of 2001 and ordered administers to consider paying damages. The Justice Secretary Jack Straw has now declared that Mr. Raissi is eligible for compensation. The amount will be independently assessed but it is thought it could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.
World News from the BBC.
Iraqi officials say at least 58 people have been killed in bomb attacks that targeted civilians in Shiite dominated areas in and around the capital Baghdad as Friday prayers were ending. Most of the deaths were inside of the city, located north of the capital and in southern Baghdad. Nineths said it carried out the attacks, but officials in Baghdad have blamed the al-Qaeda saying that the bombing were in revenge for the killing of 2 high profile al-Qaeda operatives on Sunday.
The Ethiopian government says its half the number of people dying of malaria by distributing nearly 20 million and insecticide-treated bednets. The government said it had achieved this by training in 30,000 health workers and extending the country system of roads to reach some of the Ethiopia’s more remote areas. Malaria is the leading cause of death in Africa.
A court in northern England has convicted an atheist of causing religiously aggravated harassment for distributing leaflets mocking Jesus Christ, Islam and the Pope. The man Harry Taylor said he was trying to convert religious believers to atheism by leaving home made posters in the prayer room at John Lennon Airport in Liverpool. Nick Ravenscroft reports.
One poster depicted two Muslims holding a placard demanding equality with the caption not for women or gays obviously. Another featured cartoon was a Pope with a condom on his finger. Harry Taylor told the court that he bore no grudge against people of faith and left the images in the  prayer room  in attribute to John  Lennon who's song imagine referred to a world with no religion. But Mr. Taylor was convicted and given a 6 months jail sentence suspended for two years.
Turkmenistan has held its first circus show since they were banned 9 year ago. 1,500 children in the capital Ashgabat watched a performance by clowns, elephants and camels. Circuses along with ballet, opera and the theatre were all prohibited by the former leader Saparmurat Niyazov who died in 2006.
BBC News.
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BBC news with Mike Cooper
The international monetary fund and the European commission have promised to act swiftly after Greece said it needed to activate the 60 billion dollars rescue package agreed on principle last week. Correspondents say the IMF is likely to demand tough hostility measures. The crisis ? angry ? eccence this evening. That's Milcom Braven reports.

The authorities here are on alert for social  unrest. Seizing left wing political activists acknowledged the 24-hour strike's frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its hostility  programme. What we need said one of the activist are open endless strikes, occupations of factories and other places of employment. The socialist government has made it clear that they won't tolerate repeat of the riot of 2008 when city centers across the country were vandalized  and buidings burned. The police have been ordered to be more robust with troublemakers.

Gonverner of American state of Arkansas Jim Bruor has signed into law a bill tightening immigration as off president Obama criticised it. The unprededented state law gives new powers to local police to question people about the immigration status. Governer Bruor said the law would strengthen border controls  in the state which neighbors Mexico. Predident Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the justice department to investigate whether it inviolate the civil rights of Latinos? and other immigrates.

A judge in the American state of Utah has sanction the execution of the convicted murderer by firing squad. ? would be the first person in the US to face a firing squad in 14 years. G was convicted in 1995 of killing an attorney in the bosh ? Here is mars.
In signing the warrant for running Liga's execution a judge in saltlake  city gave the convicted murderer a choice of death by lethally injection or facing a firing squad .G.. chose the latter. The case has already reignited the debating Utah about the use of firing squad. Ocla Homa? is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment was reinstated of the US since 1976. But it has never killed anyone this way.

A pilot wrongly accused of involment in the September 11th attack says one his legal battle of compensation. Loft Ryan say an engirin bomb British resident with the resident Britain shortly after the attacks. This report from our home affairs correspondent Danil S?
Lothy R?  was held in an maximum security president for nearly 5 months before the judge order his release, saying there was no evidence to link him to terrorism. 2 years ago the court of appeals said mistory ? had been the victim of the hyten? demotional atmosphere at the end of 2001, and ordered the ministers to consider the pain demages. The justice said ? has now declared that ? is evidable for compensition. The amount will be independently assised? but it thought could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.

world news from the BBC.

Iraqi officials say at least 15 old people have been killed in bomb attacks that targeted the civilians in sheer dominated areas in and around the capital Baghdad as Friday price was ? Most of the death were inside of the city located the north of the capital and in southern Baghdad. ? said they carried out the attacks but officials in Baghdad have blamed the al_qada saying the boming were in revenge for the killing of 2 high? on Sunday.
The Ethiopia government says it's half the number of people dead in malaria by distributing nearly 20 million and side to side treaty bad nights. The government said it had achieved this by training in 30000 health workers and extending the country system of roles to read some of the Ethiopia’s more remote areas. Malaria is bleeding cause of death in Africa.

A court in northern England has convicted the ? of causing religiously agri? horasment? for distributing leaflit mocking Jesus Christ, Islam and the Pope. The man Henry Tailor said he was trying to convert religious believers to ? by leaving home made posters in the prier room and join? the airport in Liverpool. Mike riven reports.
One poster depicted 2 muslims holding a demanding equality with the caption ,not for women or gays obviously .Another feature of the cartoon of the Pope with a condom on his finger. Harry Taylor told the court that he born a grude against people of faith and in a tribute to  Lennon who sang imagine referred to a world with no religion. But Mr. Taylor was convicted and given a 6 months jail sentence suspended for two years.
? has holded its first circus show since they were banned 9 year ago.1500 children in the capital ? watched a performance by clowns, elephants and camels. Circuses along with balley, opera and the theatre were all prohabited by the former leader? who died in 2006.
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The International Monetary Fund and European Commission have promised acted swiftly after Greece said it needed to activate to 16 billion dollar rescue package agreed in principle last week. Correspondents say the IMF is likely to demand tough / measures. The crisis / responded to / this evening. That's Malcom Braven reports.

The authorities here are all alert to social unrest. Seizing left wing political activists acknowledge the 24 hour strike and frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its / program. What we need, said one activist, are open ended strikes in occupations and factories and other places employment. The socialist government has made it clear it won't tolerate repeated riots of 2008 when city centers cross the country were vandalized and buildings burned. The police have been ordered to be more robust with trouble makers.

Governor of the American state of Arkansas Jim Bruor has signed into law build tight immigration as / President Obama criticized it. The unprecedented state law gives new power to local police to question people about their immigration status. Governor Bruor said the law would strengthen border controls in the state which neighbors Mexico. President Obama call the mission misguided and said he had instructed the justice department to investigate whether it violates the civil rights of Latinas other immigrants.

A judge in the American state of Utah has sanctioned the execution with convicted murder by firing squad. Ronnie Lee Gardner now will be the first person in the US to face a firing squad in 14 years. Gardner was convicted in 1995 of killing an attorney in /. Here's Meadline Morris.

In signing the word for Ronnie Lee Gardner's execution, a judge in Salt Lake City gave the convicted murderer a choice of death by lethally injection or facing a firing squad. Gardner chose the latter. The case has already reignited the debate about the use of firing squads. Oklahoma is the only state to sanction since them since capital punishment was reinstate in the US in 1976. But it has never killed anyone this way.

A pilot wrongly accused in the involvement in the Sep 11th attacks has won his legal battle for compensation. Lotfi Raissi, a Algerian born British resident, was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks.This report is from our home affairs correspondent Dannie Shawn.

Lotfi Raissi was held in a / security prison for nearly five months before a judge ordered his release saying there was no evidence to link him to terrorism. Two years ago, the court appealed that Mr. Raissi had been the victim of the heightened emotional atmosphere at the end of 2001 and ordered ministers to consider pay damages. The Justice Secretary Jack Straw has now declared that Mr. Raissi is eligible for compensation. The amount will be ...but it thought could ....to hundreds of thousands of pounds.

World News from the BBC.
Iraqi officials say at least 58 have been killed in bomb attacks with targeted civilians in Shii dominated areas in under around the capital Baghdad as Friday / were ending. Most of the death were inside the city, located north of capital and in southern Baghdad. / said it carried out the attacks. But officials in Baghdad blamed al-Quaeda, saying the bombs were in revenge for the killing of two high profile al-Quaeda / on Sunday.

The Ethiopian government says half of the number of people dying in malaria are distributing 20 million / even / bad nights. The government said it achieved this by / 20,000 health workers and expanding the countries system roads to reach some of Ethiopian more remote areas. Malaria is the leading cause of death in Africa.

A court in northern England has convicted a / of causing religiously aggravated harassment, for distributing leaflets mocking Jesus Christ, Islam and the Pope. The man Harry Taylor said he was trying to convert religious believers to / by leaving homemade post in the prayer room John Lennon Airport in Liverpool. Nick Rivens Craft reports.

One post depicted two Muslims holding a / demand equality with the caption not for women or gays obviously. Another feature cartooned the Pope with a condom on his finger. Harry Taylor told the court that he brought no grudge against people's faith, and left the images in the prayer room in a tribute to John Lennon whose song imaging refereed to a world with no religion. But Mr. Taylor was convicted and given a six month jail sentence suspended for two years.

/ has held its first circus show since they were banned nine years ago. 1,500 children in the capital Ashgabat watched a performance by clowns, elephants and camels, circus along with balleting, opera and the theater were all permitted by the former leader Saparmurat Niyazov who died in 2006.
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The International Monetary Fund and European comssion have promised to act swiftly after Greece said it need to activate the $60 billion rescue package agreed in principal last week. Correspondent say the IMF is likely to demand tougher austerity measures. The crisis has spond to the angry greekb in Athen this evening. It's M. Br. reports

The authorities are on the alert to social unrest. Seizing left-wing political activists acknowledge the 24 hours strikes in frequent demonstrations, they failed to persuade the government to work down into austerity programe. what we need said one activist, open ended strikes, occupations and factories and other places important. The socialist government has made clear that it won't tolerate repeated riots in 2008 when citizens across the country were found last to buildings burn. The police has been ordered to be more robust with trouble makers."

Governor of American state Arizon Jim Bruel has signed into a law bill tighening immigration alas after president Obama criticized it. The unprecedent state law gives new powers to local police to question people about their immigration status. Governor Bruel said the law would strengthen the border controls in the state which neighbors Mexico. President Obam called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the justice department to investigate whether it violate civil rights of Latinos, and other any groups.

A judge in American state of Utah has sactioned an execution of committed murder by firing squad. Runy Gardern. then would be the first person in the U.S. to face firing squad in 14 years. The G. was convicted in 1995 of killing an attorney and butchered, discapitated. Here's Mardlin Marth

In the signing the warrant for Ronnie Lee Gardner's execution, a judge in Saltlake city gave the convicted murder the choice of death by lethal injection or facing a firing squad. Gardner choose latter. The case reignited the debate in Utah about the use the firing squads. Oklohoma is the only other state to sacntion them since decapitated punishment was reinstated in U.S. in 1976. But it has never killed anyone this way.

A pilot wrongly accused of involvement in 9/11 attacks, his one is legal battle of compensation. Roft Ryan say an Aginian bomb British resident was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks. This report from our home affairs correspondent Danial Sh.

Rofy Ryan say he was held in maximum security prison for nearly 5 months before the judge ordered his release, saying there was no evidence to link to terrorism. 2 years ago, the court for appeals Mr. R. say have been victim of hidden demotional atmoshpere the end of 2001, and ordered ministers to consider pain damages. The Justice secretary Jack Straw has now declared Mr. Ryan is eligible for compensation. The amount will be independently assessed, but it's thought it could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.

World news from the BBC.

The Iraqi official said at least 58 people have been killed in bomber attacks that targetted civilians in Shiite dorminated areas in Iraqi capital Baghdad as Friday prays were ending. Most of the death swam inside of city, located north capital and southern Baghdad. No group(Langroup) yet said it carried out the attacks but officials in Baghdad have blamed Al-Qaeda, saying that the bombings were a revenge for killing at 2 high-profile Al-Quaid operatives on Sunday.

The Ethopian government says it's high for number of people died in Malaria, but the distributing nearly 20 million and insecticide treated badnets. The government said it had achieved this by trainning 30,000 health workers, and extending the country system road to reach some of Ethopia's more remote areas. Malaria is the leading cause of death in Africa.

A court in northern England has convicted an atheist of causing religious aggravated harassment for distributing leaflets mocking Jesus Christ Islam, and the Pope. The man Harry Taylor said he was trying to convert the religious believers to atheists by leaving home-made poets and prime room, and join libarian airport in Livepool. Nig Raven across the reports.

One poster depicted two Muslims holding a plack card demanding equality with caption not for women or gays obviously, another feature of the cartoon of the pope with a condom on his finger. Harry Taylor told the court that he born known grudge against the people of faith, and left images in private room in a tribute to John Ladden has a song imigine refer to the world with no religion, but Mr. Taylor was convicted and given a 6 months jail sentence, suspended it for 2 years.

Tukimanistan has held its first circle show since they were banned about 9 years ago. 1500 children in the capital Ashgarbp watched the performance by clowns, elephants, and camerals. Circles always ballate, opera and theatre were all prohibited by the former leader S. N. who died in 2006.

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The international monetary fund and the European commission have promised to act swiftly after Greece said it needed to activate a 60-billion dollar rescue package agreed in principle last week. Correspondents say the IMF is likely to demand tough austerity measures. The crisis sparkled angry skirmishes in Athens this evening.  As Milcom Braven reports.
The authorities here are on alert for social unrest. Seizing left-wing political activists have acknowledged that 24-hour strikes and frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its austerity program. What we need said one activist are open ended strike, occupations of factories and other places of employment. The socialist government has made it clear that they won't tolerate repeat of the riots of 2008 when city centers across the country were vandalized and buidings burned. The police have been ordered to be more robust with troublemakers.
Governor of American state of Arkansas Jim Bruor has signed into law a bill tightening immigration and as after president Obama criticized it. The unprecedented state law gives new powers to local police to question people about their immigration status. Governor Bruor said the law would strengthen border controls  in the state which neighbors Mexico. President Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the Justice Department to investigate whether it violate the civil rights of Latinos and other immigrants.
A judge in the American state of Utah has sanctioned` the execution of the convicted murderer by firing squad. Ronnie Lee Gardner would be the first person in the US to face firing squad in 14 years. Gardner was convicted in 1995 of killing an attorney in the bosh ? Here is Madeleine Morris.
In signing the warrant for Ronnie Lee Gardner 's execution a judge in Salt Lake city gave the convicted murderer the choice of death by lethal injection or facing a firing squad . Gardner chose the latter. The case has already reignited the debating Utah about the use of firing squads. Ocla Homa? is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment was reinstated in the US since 1976. But it has never killed anyone this way.
A pilot wrongly accused of involment in the September 11th attacks has won his legal battle for compensation. Lotfi Raissi, an Nigeria-born British resident was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks. This report from our home affairs correspondent Danil Shaw.
Lotfi Raissi  was held in an maximum security prison for nearly 5 months before a judge ordered his release, saying there was no evidence to link him to terrorism. 2 years ago the court of appeals said mistory Mr Raissi had been the victim of the heightened demotional atmosphere at the end of 2001, and ordered ministers to consider paying demages. The justice secretary has now declared that Mr Raissi is eligible for compensation. The amount will be independently assessed but it thought could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.
World News from the BBC.
Iraqi officials say at least 58 people have been killed in bomb attacks that targeted civilians in Shiite dominated areas in and around the capital Baghdad as Friday press was ending. Most of the deaths were in southern city located north of the capital and in southern Baghdad. No group has yet said it carried out the attacks but officials in Baghdad have blamed Al-Qaeda saying that the boming were in revenge for the killing of 2 high profile Al-Qaeda operatives on Sunday.
The Ethiopian government says its half the number of people dying of malaria by distributing nearly 20 million insecticide-treated bad nuts. The government said it had achieved this by training 30,000 health workers and extending the country system of roads to reach some of the Ethiopia’s more remote areas. Malaria is the leading cause of deaths in Africa.
A court in northern England has convicted an Athenians of causing religiously aggrvated harassment for distributing leaflets mocking Jesus Christ, Islam and the Pope. The man Henry Tailor said he was trying to convert religious believers to atheism by leaving home-made posters in the prayer room at John John Lennon Airport in Liverpool. Nick Ravenscroft reports.
One poster depicted 2 Muslims holding a placard demanding equality with the caption not for women or gays obviously .Another featured the cartoon of the Pope with a condom on his finger. Harry Taylor told the court that he bore no grudge against people of faith unless the images in the pray room in a tribute to  John Lennon who sang imagine referred to a world with no religion. But Mr. Taylor was convicted and given a 6 months jail sentence suspended for two years.
Turkmenistan has held its first circus show since they were banned 9 year ago. 1500 children in the capital Ashgabat watched a performance by clowns, elephants and camels. Circuses along with ballet, opera and the theatre were all prohibited by the former leader Saparmurat Niyazov  who died in 2006.
BBC News.

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BBC news with Mike Cooper
The International Monetary Fund and European commission have promised to act swiftly after Greece said need to activated to 60 billion dollar rescue package agreed in Principle last week, correspondent say the IMF is likely to demand  tougher austerity measures, the crisis spontan angy skirmish in Anthens this evening. here is now  Keith Breene  reports.
The authorities here are all on the alert for social unrest, seizing left wing political activists' acknowleged, the 24 hour strikes and frequent demonstrations have fail persuade the government to what done its was austerity program. what we need said one activist are open and the strikes occupations in factories and other places of employment. the socialist's government is made it clear that it won't tolerate repeat of the riot of 2007 when city's centers across the country were vandalized and buildings burnt. the police has been ordered to be more robust with troubemakers.
Governor of the American State Arkansas Jim Breuer  has signed into law a bill tighting immigration else after president Obama critized it. the unprecedented State law gives new powers to local police to question people about their immigration status. Governor Brouwer said the law would strenthern border control in the State which neighbor's Mexico, president Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the jusice department to investigate whether it violate the civil rights of Latinos and other immigrants.
A Judge in the American state of Utah has sanction the execution of the convicted murderer by firing squad, Rowley Gardner  will be the first person in the US to face firing squad in 15 years, Gardner was convicted in 1995 of killing attorney in a botched escape attempt, here is Madrin Mars.
In signing the warrant for Rowley Gardner the execution, A judge in saltlake city give the convicted murderer the choice of death by lethal injection or facing a firing squad, Gardner chose the later, the case has already reorganized the debate in Utah to use the firing squad. Oklahoma is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment was reinstated in the US in 1977,but it has never killed anyone this way.
A pilot wrongly accused of involvement in the September 11th attacks has won his legal battle for conpensation, Lofty Ranice, an Nigerian born British redident was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks.this report from our home affair correspondent Danny Shawn.
Lofty Ranice was held in a Maximum security prison for nearly 5 month before a judge ordered his release saying there was no evidents to linked him to terrorism.two years ago, the court appeals Mr.Ranice have been the victim of the heighten demotional atmosphere at the end of the 2001 and ordered ministers to consider to paying damages.the secretary Jack Straw has now declared that Mr.Ranice is eligible for conpensation.the amount will be independantly accessed. but it thought that it could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.
World news from the BBC
Iraqi official say at least 58 have been killed in a bomb attack that target a civilians in a shiite dominated areas and around the capital Baghdad as Friday prays were ending. most of the death were inside city,located north of the capital and in southern Baghdad, no group had yet said it carried out the attacks, but officials in Baghdad have blamed Al-Qaeda saying that the bombing were in revenge for the killing of the two high profile Al-Qaeda operatives on Sunday.
The Ethiopian government says its half the number of people dying of malaria by the distributing nearly 20 million and insecticited treated bednets.the government said it has achieved this by training 20,000 health workers and extending the country's system of roads to reach some of the Ethiopia's more remote areas. Malaria is the leading cause of death in Africa.
A court in Northern England has convicted an AC east of causing religiouly (aggravated) arrestment for distributing leaflets mocking, Jesus Christ Islam and The pope. the man Harry Taylor said he was trying to convert religious believers to eighties of them by living home made posters in the pray room at Jone Lebnade  airport in levepool.Nick Ravens Croft reports.
One poster  depicted two Muslim holding a placard demanding equality.with the captionnot for women or gays obviouly, anther featured the cartoon of a pope with a condom on his finger. Harry Taylor told the court that they bought no glougence against  people a faith and left the images in the prayroom in attibute to John Nalan who song imagine referred to a world with no religion. but Mr. Tayor was convicted and a 16 months jail sentence suspended for two years.
Turkmenistan has held it's first Turkish show since they were banned 9 years ago,1500 and in capital Ashkhabad watched a performance by clowns, elephants,and camels circuses along with ballet,opera and theater were all prohibited by the former leader Saparmurat Niyazov  who died in 2007.
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BBC news with Mike Cooper.

The International Monetary Fund and the European Commission have promised to act swiftly after Greece said it needed to activate a 60-billion-dollar rescue package agreed in principle last week. Correspondents say the IMF is likely to demand tough austerity measures. The crisis sparked some angry skirmish(es) in Athens this evening. That's Malcolm Brabant reports.

The authorities here are on alert for social unrest. Seasoned left wing political activists acknowledged that 24-hour strikes and frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its austerity programme. What we need, said one activist, are open-ended strikes,/ occupations of factories and other places of employment. The socialist government has made it clear that they won't tolerate repeat of the riots of 2008 when city centers across the country were vandalized and buidings burned. The police have been ordered to be more robust with troublemakers.

Governor of American state of Arkansas Jim Breuer has signed into law a bill tightening immigration hours after President Obama criticized it. The unprecedented state law gives new powers to local police to question people about their immigration status. Governer Breuer said the law would strengthen border controls in the state which neighbors Mexico. Predident Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the Justice Department to investigate whether it violated the civil rights of Latinos and other immigrants.

A judge in the American state of Utah has sanctioned the execution of the convicted murderer by firing squad. Ronnie Lee Gardner would be the first person in the US to face a firing squad in 14 years. Gardner was convicted in 1995 of killing an attorney in a botched escape attempt. Here is Madeleine Morris.

In signing the warrant for Ronnie Lee Gardner’s execution, a judge in Salt Lake City gave the convicted murderer the choice of death by lethal injection or facing a firing squad. Gardner chose the latter. The case has already reignited the debate in Utah about the use of firing squads. Oklahoma is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment was reinstated in the US in 1976. But it has never killed anyone this way.

A pilot wrongly accused of involvement in the September 11th attack has won his legal battle for compensation. Lotfi Raissi, an Algerian born British resident was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks. This report from our home affairs correspondent, Danny Shaw.

Lotfi Raissi was held in an maximum security prison for nearly five months before a judge ordered his release, saying there was no evidence to link him to terrorism. Two years ago the court of appeals said Mr. Raissi had been the victim of the heightened emotional atmosphere at the end of 2001 and ordered / ministers to consider paying damages. The Justice Secretary Jack Straw has now declared that Mr. Raissi is eligible for compensation. The amount will be independently assessed but it is thought it could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.

World News from the BBC.

Iraqi officials say at least 58 people have been killed in bomb attacks that targeted /civilians in Shiite dominated areas in and around the capital Baghdad as Friday prayers were ending. Most of the deaths were inside of the city, located / north of the capital and in southern Baghdad. No group has yet said it carried out the attacks, but officials in Baghdad have blamed the al-Qaeda saying that the bombing were in revenge for the killing of 2 high profile al-Qaeda operatives on Sunday.

The Ethiopian government says it's halved / the number of people dying of malaria by distributing nearly 20 million and insecticide-treated bednets. The government said it had achieved this by training in 30,000 health workers and extending the country system of roads to reach some of / Ethiopia’s more remote areas. Malaria is the leading cause of death in Africa.

A court in northern England has convicted an atheist of causing religiously aggravated harassment for distributing leaflets mocking Jesus Christ, Islam and the Pope. The man Harry Taylor said he was trying to convert religious believers to atheism by leaving home made posters in the prayer room at John Lennon Airport in Liverpool. Nick Ravenscroft reports.

One poster depicted two Muslims holding a placard demanding equality with the caption not for women or gays obviously. Another featured cartoon was a Pope with a condom on his finger. Harry Taylor told the court that he bore no grudge against people of faith and left the images in the  prayer room  in a tribute to John  Lennon whose song "imagine" referred to a world with no religion. But Mr. Taylor was convicted and given a six months jail sentence suspended for two years.

Turkmenistan has held its first circus show since they were banned 9 year ago. 1,500 children in the capital Ashgabat watched a performance by clowns, elephants and camels. Circuses along with ballet, opera and the theatre were all prohibited by the former leader Saparmurat Niyazov who died in 2006.

BBC News.
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BBC News with Mike Cooper.
The International Monetary Fund and the European Commission have promised to act swiftly in after Greece, said that it needed to activate 60 billion dollar rescue package agreed in principle last week. Correspondent say the IMF is likely to demand tough or sterity measures. The crisis spond angry in Athens this evening. As Mark Browen reports:

The authorities here are on alert for social unrest seizing left wing political activists acknowledge the 24 hour strikes in frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its austerity programme. What we need said one activist are open ended strikes in occupations of factories and other places in employment. The socialist government has made it clear that it went tolerate repeat of the riots in 2008, when city centers across the country were vandalized in buildings burn. The police has been ordered to be more robost with trouble makers.

Governor of the American State of Art Console Jame Bruel has signed into law a bill tightening immigration as after President Obama criticized it. The unprecedented state law gives new politcs to local police to question people about their immigration status. Governors Bruel has said the law would strengthen border control in the state which neighbors Mexico. President Obama called the measure misguided, and said he had instructed the Justice Department to investigate whether it violates the civil rights of Latinos and other immigrants.

A judge in American State of Utah has sanctioned the execution of a convicted murderer by firing squad. Roney Legarden would be the first person in the US to face a firing squard in 14 years. Gardener was convicted that in 1995 of killing an in a balch discapetent. His mental in mars.

In signing the warrant for Roney  execution, the judge in Salt Lake city gave the convicted murderer the choice of death by leaf injection or facing a firing squad ...ardener chose the latter. The case has already reignited the debate in Utah about the use of firing squads. Okalahoma is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment was reinstated in the US in 1976. But it has never killed anyone this way.

A pilot wrongly accused of an involvement in the 9-11 attacks has won his legal battle of compensation. An Algerian born British resident, was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks. This report from our home offess correspondent, Dany Shore:

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World news from the BBC.

Iraqi officials said at least 58 people have been killed in bomb attacks that targeted civilians in sheer dominated areas in and around the capital Baghdad as Friday press were ending. Most of the dead swear inside the city, located north of the capital and in southern Baghdad. No group has yet said it carried out the attacks but officials in Baghdad has blamed Al-Qaeda saying that the bombings were in revenge for the killing of two high profile Al-Qaeda operatives on Sunday.

The Ethiopian government says its half the number of people die in a malaria by distributing nearly 20 million insecticide treating badnites. The government said it had achieved this by training 30 thousand health workers and extending the country system of roads to reach some of Ethiopia’s more remote areas. Malaria is the leading cause of death in Africa.

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BBC News with Mike Cooper

The International Monetary Fund and the European Commission have promised to act swiftly after Greece said it needed to activate a 60-billion-dollar rescue package agreed in principle last week. Correspondents say the IMF is likely to demand tough austerity measures. The crisis sparked an angry skirmish in Athens this evening as Malcolm Brabant reports.
The authorities here are on alert for social unrest. Seasoned left-wing political activists acknowledge that 24-hour strikes and frequent demonstrations have failed to persuade the government to water down its austerity programme. "What we need," said one activist, "are open-ended strikes on occupations of factories and other places of employment." The Socialist government has made it clear that it won't tolerate repeat of the riots of 2008 when city centres across the country were vandalized and buildings burned. The police have been ordered to be more robust with troublemakers.

Governor of the American state of Arkansas Jan Brewer has signed into law a bill tightening immigration hours after President Obama criticized it. The unprecedented state law gives new powers to local police to question people about their immigration status. Governor Brewer said the law would strengthen border controls in the state which neighbors Mexico. President Obama called the measure misguided and said he had instructed the Justice Department to investigate whether it violated the civil rights of Latinos and other immigrants.

A judge in the American state of Utah has sanctioned the execution of a convicted murderer by firing squad. Ronnie Lee Gardner will be the first person in the US to face a firing squad in 14 years. Gardner was convicted in 1985 for killing an attorney in a botched escape attempt. Here is Madeleine Morris.
In signing the warrant for Ronnie Lee Gardner's execution, a judge in Salt Lake City gave the convicted murderer the choice of death by lethal injection or facing a firing squad. Gardner chose the latter. The case has already re-ignited the debate in Utah about the use of firing squads. Oklahoma is the only other state to sanction them since capital punishment was reinstated in the US in 1976. But it has never killed anyone this way.

A pilot wrongly accused of involvement in the 9/11 attacks has won his legal battle for compensation. Lotfi Raissi, an Algerian-born British resident, was arrested in Britain shortly after the attacks. This report from our home affairs correspondent Danny Shaw.
Lotfi Raissi was held in a maximum security prison for nearly five months before a judge ordered his release, saying there was no evidence to link him to terrorism. Two years ago, the Court of Appeal said Mr Raissi had been the victim of the heightened emotional atmosphere at the end of 2001 and ordered ministers to consider paying damages. The Justice Secretary Jack Straw has now declared that Mr Raissi is eligible for compensation. The amount will be independently assessed but it's thought it could run into hundreds of thousands of pounds.

World News from the BBC

Iraqi officials say at least 58 people have been killed in bomb attacks that targeted civilians in Shiite-dominated areas in and around the capital Baghdad as Friday prayers were ending. Most of the deaths were in Sadr City, located north of the capital and in southern Baghdad. No group has yet said it carried out the attacks but officials in Baghdad have blamed \ al-Qaeda, saying that the bombings were in revenge for the killing of two high profile al-Qaeda operatives on Sunday.

The Ethiopian government says it's halved the number of people dying of malaria by distributing nearly 20 million \ insecticide-treated bed nets. The government said it had achieved this by training \ 30,000 health workers and extending the country's system of roads to reach some of Ethiopia's more remote areas. Malaria is the leading cause of death in Africa.

A court in northern England has convicted an atheist of causing religiously aggravated harassment for distributing leaflets mocking Jesus Christ, Islam and the Pope. The man, Harry Taylor, said he was trying to convert religious believers to atheism by leaving home-made posters in the prayer room at John Lennon Airport in Liverpool. Nick Ravenscroft reports.
One poster depicted two Muslims holding a placard demanding equality with the caption not for women or gays obviously. Another featured a cartoon of the Pope with a condom on his finger. Harry Taylor told the court that he bore no grudge against people of faith and left the images in the prayer room in a tribute to John Lennon whose song "Imagine" referred to a world with no religion. But Mr Taylor was convicted and given a six-month jail sentence suspended for two years.

Turkmenistan has held its first circus shows since they were banned nine years ago. Fifteen hundred children in the capital Ashgabat watched a performance by clowns, elephants and camels. Circuses along with ballet, opera and the theatre were all prohibited by the former leader Saparmurat Niyazov who died in 2006.

BBC News
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