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BBC news with David Austin,

The leaders of two of Britain's main parties, the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats are discussing whether they can form a coalition government following Thursday's inconclusive general election. The Conservative leader David Cameron, whose party won most seats but fell short of majority, has approached the Liberal Democrat leader, Nick Clegg. Here's Ross reporting.

David Cameron said he wanted to make a big open and comprehensive offer to the Liberal Democrats. Direct discussions between him and Nick Clegg about that offer began with a phone call this afternoon, described as very constructive but in which there was no real discussion of detail. Mr Cameron who's offered a committee of inquiry on electoral reform, many of the Dems wanted to firm a commitment to changing the way elections are run before making any sort of agreement. And if the current negotiations fail, the Liberal Democrats could yet end up talking to Labour.

With all the results from the seats contested on Thursday now in, the Conservatives have won 360, the Labour taking 258, the Liberal Democrats ended on 57.

The main European stock markets have closed sharply lower after a week in which share prices were hit by worries over the Greek economy and the amount of debt owned by some European governments. In the United States, the main stock market indexes also closed lower. Dunken Bartelly reports.

Friday afternoon saw dramatic fall in shared prices throughout Europe. At one point it seems that shares were almost in the state of freefall, but most of the major stock exchanges recovered somewhat before the close of trading. Naturally the uncertainty of the UK election results was a factor in London, but elsewhere, traders are much more worried about the way in which banks have been lending money to European governments. Just between the bank and its risk and that is led to fears that the system may seize up as it did in 2008.

Leaders of the 16 countries that use the European single currency the euro have been meeting in Brussels to discuss how to prevent the Greek financial crisis spreading. The value of the euro has fallen on fears that countries such as Spain and Portugal could suffer similar problems. This report from Joney Diamond.

This emergency summit of euro-zone leaders should be a formality or weak cabinets since parliaments across the 16 countries that use the euro have been passing legislation necessary to extend the 145-billion-dollar loan to Greece. Now presidents and prime ministers have come to Brussels to sigh off the deal. There will be no formal conclusions to the gathering that would end coming a full meeting of European Union leaders, but the statement that emerges at the  end of the summit will be watched for any detail as to how the euro-zone intends to change its economic governance following the most tumultuous month in the Euro's history. Joney Diamond reporting.

This is the World News from the BBC

Engineers have been lowering a giant container to the seabed in the Gulf of Mexico could an attempt to capture oil gushing from a blown-out wheel. The company that operates the site, BP hopes the device would be operational by Monday have trapped about 85% of the oil leaking-out./ has more.

The delicate process has begun to lower the 100-ton container and secure it directly on top of the leaking well more than 150 meters down. It's never been tried in such depth and there is no guarantee they will work. A surface leak covering thousands of square kilometers has formed since last month when the deep-water horizon rig exploded killing 11 workers. The oil has now come ashore in a few remote islands. Some birds covered in it have been found.

The court in Russia has imposed a five-year jail sentence on a man accused of hijacking a Russian crew cargo ship which was missing for several weeks in mysterious circumstances last year. The Moscow court convicted Andrew / in a stony resident of piracy. He was one of the eight people accused of seizing the vessel. The Arctic sea in July has it sailed near Sweden. Moscow has denied allegations that the ship was in fact carrying weapons to Iran, and the official story of piracy was a cover to avoid diplomatic embarrassment.

The South African police commission of Beky Telly has said he's praying for the United States football team to be knocked out of the World Cup quickly so that the police won't have to face the security challenge of a visit by President Obama. Mr Telly told the parliamentary committee on Friday he'd been told that President Obama might fly to South Africa match if the US team reached second or third round.

Police in Iran were reported of arresting 18 young men and women for attending an illegal concert. The tyran chief prosecutor was quoted in the Iranian media is saying the residents have been indulging in what he termed lustful pleasure-seeking activities.

And that's the latest BBC news.


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BBC News with David Austin.

The leaders of two of Britain’s main parties, the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats, are discussing whether they can form a coalition government, following Thursday's inconclusive general election. The Conservative leader David Cameron whose party won most seats but fell short of the majority has approached to the Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg. Here is Ross Hawkins.

David Cameron said he wanted to make a big, open and comprehensive offer to the Liberal Democrats. Direct discussions between him and Nick Clegg about that offer began with a phone call this afternoon, described as very constructive but in which there was no real discussion of detail. Mr. Cameron / has offered a committee of inquiry on an electoral reform. Many Lib Dems want / a firmer / commitment to changing the way elections are run before making any sort of agreement. And if the current negotiations fail, the Liberal Democrats could yet end up talking to Labor.

With all the results from the seats contested on Thursday now in, the Conservatives have won 306 with Labor taking 258. The Liberal Democrats ended on 57.

The main European stock markets have closed sharply lower after a week in which share prices were hit/ by worries of the Greek economy and the amount of debt owed by some European governments. In the United States the main stock market indexes also closed lower. Duncan Bartlett reports.

Friday afternoon saw dramatic falls in share prices throughout Europe. At one point it seems that shares were almost in the state of free fall. But most of the major stock exchanges recovered some more before the close of trading. Naturally the uncertainty of the UK election result was a factor in London but elsewhere traders are much more worried about the way and which banks have been lending money to European governments. Trust between the banks is at risk and that has lead to the fears that the system may cease up as it did in 2008.

Leaders of the 16 countries that use the European single currency the Euro have been meeting in Brussels to discuss how to prevent the Greek financial crisis spreading. The value of the Euro has fallen on fears that countries such as Spain and Portugal could suffer similar problems. This report from Johnny Diamond.

This emergency summit of Eurozone/ leaders should be a formality or week cabinets and parliaments across the 16 countries that use the Euro have been passing legislation necessary to extend a 145-billion-dollar loan to Greece. Now presidents and prime ministers have come to Brussels to sign off the deal. There will be no formal conclusions to the gathering that would any comment on full meeting of European Union leaders. But the statement that emerges at the end of the summit will be watched for any detail as to how the Eurozone intends to change its economic governance following the most tumultuous moments in the Euro's history. Johnny Diamond reporting.

This is the world news from the BCC.

Engineers have been lowering a giant container to the seabed in the Gulf of Mexico in an attempt to capture oil gushing from a blown-out well. The company that operates the site/, BP hopes that the device will be operational by Monday have trap about 85% of the oil leaking out. Rajesh Mirchandani has more.

The delicate process has begun to lower the 100-ton container and secure it directly on top of the leaking well more than 1,500 meters down. It has never been tried at such depth and there is no guarantee of the work. A surface leak covering thousands of square kilometers has form since last month when the deep water horizon rig exploded, killing 11 workers. Oil has now come ashore on a few remote islands. Some birds covered in it have been found.

A court in Russia has imposed a 5-year jail sentence on a man accused of hijacking a Russian crude cargo ship which went missing for several weeks in mysterious circumstances last year. The Moscow Court convicted Andrea Luniav, an Estonian resident, of piracy. He was one of / 8 people accused of seizing the vessel the Arctic Sea in July as it sailed near Sweden. Moscow has / denied delegations that the ship was in fact carrying weapons to Iran and that the official story of piracy was a cover to avoid diplomatic embarrassment.

The South African police commissioner Becky Taily has said he is praying for the United States' football team be knocked out of the World Cup quickly, so that / police won't have to face the security challenge of the visit by President Obama. Mr. Taily told parliamentary committee on Friday he had been told that President Obama might fly into South Africa for a match if the US team reaches second or third rounds.

Police in Iran are reported to have arrested 80 young men and women for attending an illegal concert. The Teheran chief prosecutor was quoted in Iranian media as saying that revelers have been indulging in what he termed / "lustful pleasure seeking activities."

And that's the latest BBC News.
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BBC News with David Austin.

The leaders of two of Britain’s main parties, the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats
are discussing whether they can form a coalition government, following Thursday's
inconclusive general election. The Conservative leader David Cameron whose party won most
seats but fell short of the majority has approached to Liberal Democrat leader Nick
Clegg. Here is Rose Hokins.

David Cameron said he wanted to make a big, open and comprehensive offer to the Liberal
Democrats. Direct discussions between him and Nick Clegg about that offer began with a phone
call this afternoon, described as very constructive but in which there was no real
discussion of detail. Mr. Cameron who has offered a committee of inquiry on a electoral
reform. The Demos want to firm a commitment to changing the way elections are run
before making any source of agreement and if the current negotiations fail, the Liberal
Democrats could yet end up talking to Labor.

With all the results from the seats contested on Thursday now in, the Conservatives have
won 306 with Labor taking 258. The Liberal Democrats ended on 57.

The main European stock markets have closed sharply lower after a week in which share
prices were hit by worries of the Greek economy and in an amount of debt owed by some
European governments. In the United States the main stock market indexes also closed lower.
Dunken Partrick reports.

Friday afternoon saw dramatic falls in share prices throughout Europe but one point has
seen the shares were almost in the state of free fall. But most of the major stock
exchanges recovered some more before the close of trading. Naturally the uncertainty of
the UK election result was a factor in London but elsewhere traders are much more
worried about that banks of being lending money to European governments. Just
between the bank has its risk and that let the fears that the system may cease up as it
did in 2008.

Leaders of the 16 countries that used European single currency the Euro have been meeting
in Brussels to discuss how to prevent the Greek financial crisis spreading. The value of
the Euro has fallen on fears that countries such as Spain and Portugal could suffer
similar problems. This report from Johnny Diamond.

This emergency summit of Eurozone's leaders should be a formality or week cabinets and
parliaments across the 16 countries that use the Euro have been passing legislation
necessary to extend the 145 billion dollar loan to Greece. Now presidents and prime
ministers have come to Brussels to sign off the deal. There will be no formal conclusions
to the gathering that would come any full meeting of European Union leaders. But the statement
that emerges at the end of the summit will be watched for any detail as to how the
Eurozone intends to change its economic governance following the most tumultuous months
in the Euro's history. Johnny Diamond reporting.

This is the world news from the BCC.

Engineers have been lowering a giant container to the seabed in the Gulf of Mexico in an
attempt to capture oil gushing from a blown-out well. The company that operates the sites
BP hopes that the device will be operational by Monday have trapped about 85% of the oil
leaking out. Rugers Merching Dally has more.

The delicate process has begun to lower the 100 ton container and secure directly on top
of the leaking well more than 15,000 meters down. It has never been tried at such depth
and there is no guarantee of the work. A surface leak covering thousands of square kilometers
has formed since last month when the deep water horizon rig exploded killing 11 workers.
Oil has now come ashore on the few remote islands. some birds covered it have been found.

A court in Russia has imposed a 5-year jail sentence on a man accused of hijacking a
Russian crude cargo ship which went missing for several weeks and mysterious circumstances
last year. The Moscow Court convicted Andrea Luniav an Estonian resident of piracy. He
was one of the 8 people accused of ceasing the vessel the Arctic sea in July has it sail
near Sweden. Moscow has to deny delegations that the ship was in fact carrying weapons to
Iran and the official story of piracy was a cover to avoid diplomatic embarrassment.

The South African police commission Becky Taily has said he is praying for the United
States football team to be knocked out of the World Cup quickly, so that the police
won't have to face the security challenge of the visit by president Obama. Mr. Taily
told parliamentary committee on Friday he had been told that president Obama might fly
into South Africa for a match if the US team reach second or third rounds.

Police in Iran reported to have arrested 80 young men and women for attending an illegal
concert. Thairong chief prosecuted was quoted in Iranian media as saying that revirders
have been indulging in what he termed the lust for pleasure seeking activities.

That is the latest BBC news.
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BBC News with David Austin


The leaders of two Britain's main parties, the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats, are discussing whether they can form a coalition government following first day's inconclusive general election.  The Conservative leader David Cameron whose party won most seats but fell short of majority has approached the Liberal Democratic leader Nick Clegg.  Here is Ross Hawkins.


David Cameron said he wanted to make big, open and comprehensive offer to the Liberal Democrats.  Direct discussions between him and Nick Clegg about that offer began with a phonecall this afternoon, described as very constructive but in which there was no real discussion of detail.  Mr. Cameron has offered a Committee of Inquiry on electoral reform.  Many dedans want to firm a commitment to changing the way elections are run before making any sorts of agreements.  And if the current negotiations fail, the Liberal Democrats could yet end up talking to Labor.  


With all the results from the seats contested on Thursday now in, the Conservatives have won 306 with Labor taking 258, the Liberal Democrats ended on 57.   


The main European stock markets have closed sharply lower after a week in which share prices were hit by worries over the Greek economy and the amount of debt owed by some European governments.  In the United States the main stock market indexes also closed lower.  Duncan Bartlett reports.


Friday afternoon saw dramatic falls in share price throughout Europe, as one pointed seen the shares were alomst in the state of free fall.  But most of the major stock exchanges recovered somewhat before the close of trading.  Naturally the uncertainty of the UK election result was a factor in London, but elsewhere traders are much more worried about the way in which banks have been lending money to European governments.  Just between the banks exist risk and that is led to fears that the system may seize up as it did in 2008.  


Leaders of the 16 countries that used the European single currency the Euro have been meeting in Brussels discuss how to prevent the Greek financial crisis spreading.  The value of the Euro has fallen on fears that countries such as Spain and Portugal could suffer similar problems.  This report from Jonny Dymond.  


This emergency summit of Euro zone leaders should be a formality wake cabinets and parliaments across the 16 countries that use the Euro have been passing legislation necessary to extend 145-billion-dollar loan to Greece.  Now Presidents and Prime Ministers have come to Brussels to sign off the deal.  There will be no formal conclusions to the gathering that would any come a full meeting of European Union leaders.  But the statements that emerges at the end of the summit will be watched for any detail as to how the Euro zone intends to change its economic governance following the most tumultuous mounts in the Euro history.  Jonny Dymond reporting.  


This is the World News from the BBC.  


Engineers have been lowering a giant container at the sea bed in the Gulf of Mexico in attempt to capture oil gushing from a blowout well.  The company that operates the site, BP hopes the device will be operational by Monday, help trap about 85% of the oil leaking out.   Rajesh Mirchandani has more.


The delicate process has begun to lower the 100-ton container and secure it directly on top of the leaking well more than 1500 meters down.  It's never been tried at such depth and there is no guarantee the work.  A surface slick covering thousands of square kilometers has formed since last month when the deepwater horizen rig exploded killing 11 workers.  Oil has now come ashore on a few remote islands.  Some birds covered with it have been found.  


A court in Russia has imposed a five-year jail sentence on a man accused of hijacking a Russian crew cargo which went missing for several weeks in mysterious circumstance last year.  The Moscow court convicted Andrei Lunev an Estonian resident of piracy.  He was one of the 8 people accused of seizing the vessel the Arctic Sea in July as it sailed near Sweden.  Moscow has dined allegations that the ship was in fact carrying weapons to Iran and if the official story of piracy was a cover to avoid diplomatic embarrassment.  


The South African police commissioner Bheki Cele has said he is praying for the Unied States football team to be knocked out the World Cup quickly so the police won't have to face the security challenge of a visit by President Obama.  Mr. Cele told parliamentary committee on Friday he have been told the President Obama might fly into South African for a match if the US team reaches second or third rounds.  


Police in Iran are reported to have arrested 80 young men and women for attending an illegal concert.  Teheran chief prosecutor was quoted in the Iranian media as saying the revellers have been indulging in what he termed "lustful pleasure seeking activities".


And that's the latest BBC News.
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BBC News with David Austin.

The leaders of two of Britain's main parties, the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats are discussing whether they can form a coalition government following Thursday's inconclusive General Election. The Conservative leader David Cameron whose party won most seats but fell short of majority has approached the Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg. Here is Ross Hawkins.

David Cameron said he wanted to make a big, open and comprehensive offer to the Liberal Democrats. Direct discussions between him and Nick Clegg about that offer began with phone call this afternoon described as very constructive but in which there was no real discussion of detail. Mr.Cameron who's offered a committee of inquiry on electoral reform. Many of the Demos want to firm a commitment to changing the way elections are run before making any sort of agreement. And if the current negotiations fail, the Lberal Democrats could yet end up talking to Labor.

With all the results from the seats contested on Thursday now in, the Conservatives have won 306 with Labor taking 258, the Liberal Democrats ended on 57.

The main European stock markets have closed sharply lower after a week in which shares prices were hit by worries over the Greek economy and the amount of debt owe by some European governments. In the United States, the main stock market indexes also closed lower. Duncan Bartlett reports.

Friday afternoon saw dramatic falls in share prices throughout Europe. At one point, it seemed that shares were almost in the state of freefall but most of the major stock markets recovered some more before the close of trading. Naturally, the uncertainty of the UK election result was a factor in London but elsewhere trader is much more worried about the way and which banks have been lending money to European governments. Trust between the banks is a risk, and that has led to fears that the system may seize up as it did in 2008.

Leaders of the 16 countries that use the European single currency, the Euro have been meeting in Brussels to discuss how to prevent the Greek financial crisis spreading. The value of the Euro has fallen on fears that countries such as Spain and Portugal could suffer a similar problems. This report from Jonny Dymond.

This emergency summit of Euro zone leaders should be a formality. All week cabinets and parliaments across the 16 countries that use the Euro have been passing legislation necessary to extend a 145 billion dollar loan to Greece. Now presidents and prime minsters have come to Brussels to sign off the deal. There will be no formal conclusions to the gathering that will become a full meeting of European Union leaders. But the statement that emerges at the end of the summit will be watched for any detail as to how the Euro zone intends to change its economic governance following the most tumultuous month in the Euro's history. Jonny Dymond reporting.

This is the World News from the BBC.

Engineers have been lowering a giant container at the seabed in the Gulf of Mexico in an attempt to capture oil gushing from a blow up well. The company that operates the site BP hopes the device will be operational by Monday. That will trap about 85% of the oil leaking out. Rajesh Mirchandani has more.  

The delicate process has begun to lower the 100 ton container and secured directly on top of the leaking weel more than 1500m down. It's never been tried at dept and there is no guarantee for work. A surface slick covering thousands of square kilemeters has formed since last month when the deepwater horizon rig exploded, killing 11 workers. Oil has now come ashore on a few remote islands, some brids cvoered in it have been found.

A court in Russia has imposed a five year jail sentence on a man accused of hijacking a Russian crew cargoship which went missing for several weeks in mysterious circumstances last year. The Moscow Court convicted Andrei Luniyov an Estonian resident of piracy. He was one of eight people accused of seizing the vessel "the Arctic Sea" in July as it sailed near Sweden. Moscow has denied allegations that the ship was in fact carrying weapons to Iran and that the official story of piracy was cover to avoid diplomatic embarrassment.   

The South Afrian Police Commissioner Bheki Cele has said he is praying for the United States football team to be knocked out of the World Cup quickly so the police won't have to face the security challenge of the visit by President Obama. Mr.Cele told the parliamentary committee on Friday he'd been told that President Obama might fly into South Africa for a match if the US team reach second or third rounds.

Police in Iran are reported to have arrested 18 young men and women for attending an illegal concert. The Tehran Chief Prosecutor was quoted in the Iranian media as saying the relevants have been indulging in what he termed lustful, pleassure seeking activities.      

And that's the latest BBC News.
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The leaders of two of Britain’s main parties the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats are discussing whether they can form a coalition government, following Thursday's inconclusive general election. The Conservative leader David Cameron whose party won most seats but fell short of the majority has approached to Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg. Here is Rose Hokins
David Cameron said he wanted to make a big, open and comprehensive offer to the Liberal Democrats. Direct discussions between him and Clegg about that offer began with a phone call this afternoon. Described as very constructive but in which there was no real discussion of detail. Mr. Cameron who has offered a committee of inquiry on a electoral reform many the Demos want to firm a commitment to changing the way elections are ran before making any source of agreement and if the current negotiations fail, the Liberal Democrats could yet end up talking to Labor.
With all the results from the seats contested on Thursday now in, the Conservatives have won 306 with Labor taking 258, the Liberal Democrats ended on 57.
The main European stock markets have closed sharply lower after a week in which share prices were hit(ted) by worries of the Greek economy and in an amount of debt owed by some European governments. In the United States the main stock market indexes also closed lower. Dunken Partrick reports.
Friday afternoon saw dramatic falls in share prices throughout Europe but one point has seen the shares were almost in the state of free fall. But most of the major stock exchanges recovered some more before the close of trading. Naturally the uncertainty of the UK election result was a factor in London but else where traders are much more worried about that when which banks of being lending money to European governments. trust between the bank has its risk and that let the fears that the system may cease up as a dead in 2008.
Leaders of the 16 countries that used European single currency the Euro have been meeting in Brussels to discuss how to prevent the Greek financial crisis spreading. The value of Euro has fallen on fears that countries such as Spain and Portugal could suffer similar problems. This report from Johnny Diamond.
This emergency summit of Eurozone's leaders should be a formality or week cabinets and parliaments across the 16 countries that use the Euro have been passing legislation necessary to extend 145 billion dollar loan to Greece. Now president and prime ministers have come to Brussels to sign off the deal. There will be no formal conclusions to the gathering that would any come up full meeting of European Union leaders. But the statement that emerges at the end of the summit will be watched for any detail as to how the Eurozone intends to change its economic governance following the most tumultuous moments in the Euro's history. Johnny Diamond reporting.
This is the world news from the BCC.
Engineers have been lowering a giant container to the seabed in the Gulf of Mexico in an attempt to capture oil gushing from a blown-out well. The company that operates the sites BP hopes that the device will be operational by Monday have trapped about 85% of the oil leaking out. Rugers Merching Dally has more.
The delicate process has begun to lower the 100 ton container and secure directly on top of the leaking well more than15,000 meters down. It has never been tried at such depth and there is no guarantee the work. A surface leak covering thousands of square kilometers has form since last month when the deep water horizon rig exploded killing 11 workers. Oil has now come ashore on the few remote islands some birds covered in it have been found.
A court in Russia has imposed a 5-year jail sentence on a man accused of hijacking a Russian crude cargo ship which went missing for several weeks and mysterious circumstances last year. The Moscow Court convicted Andrea Luniav an Estonian resident of piracy. He was one of the 8 people accused of seizing the vessel the Arctic sea in July has it sail near Sweden. Moscow has to deny delegations that the ship was in fact carrying weapons to Iran and the official story of piracy was a cover to avoid diplomatic embarrassment.
The South African police commission Becky Taily has said he is praying for the United States for port in to be knocked out the World Cup quickly, said that the police have to face security challenge of the visit by president Obama. Mr. Taily told parliamentary committee on Friday he had been told that president Obama might fly into South Africa for a match if the US team reach second or third rounds.
Police in Iran reported to have arrested 80 young men and women for attending an illegal concert. Thairong chief prosecutor was quoted in Iranian media as saying that revelence have been indulging in what he termed the lustful pleasure seeking acitivity
That is the latest BBC news.
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the leads of two of british main parties, the conservatives and the liberal democrats are discussing wether they can form a coalition government following thursday's inconclusive general election.the conservative leader,david cameron ,whose party won most seats,but fell short of the majority has approached to the liberal democrat leader,xxx,here is ross hawkins.david cameron said he want to make a big open and comprehensive offer to the liberal democrats.direct discussions between  heiman and cla about that offer,began with the phonecall this afternoon,the describe is very constrctive but in which there was no real discussion of  detail.cameron who's offer committee of inquiry in the electoral reform,xxx want to form commitment to changing the way of election's run before making any sort of agreetment.and the current negotiation is fail,the liberal democrats could yet end up of talking to labor.with all the  results from the seat contest down first day nowin,the conservatives have won three hundred six with the labor taken two hundred fifty eight ,the liberal democrats ended on fifty seven.
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The leaders of two Britain's main parties, the Conservatives and Liberal Democrates are discussing whether the common coalition government following Thursday in coclusive general election. The Conservative leader David Cameron whose party won most seats but fell short of majority has approached the Liberal Democratic Nick Clegg. Here's Rose Hogens.

David Cameron said he want to make a big open and comphrehensive offer to the Liberal Democrates. Directed discussions between Cameron and Clegg about the offer began a phone call this afternoon. Despite it's very constructive, but in which there was no real discussion of detail. Mr.Cameron who is offering the committee of inquiry on the election reform, many of  Demos want a further committement to change the way election run before making any sort of agreements. And if the current negociation is failed, the Liberal Democrates could yet end up talking to the Labor.

With results from seats contested on Thursday now in, the conservatives have won 360 with Labor taking 258, the Liberal Demorcates ended on 57.

Many European stocks have closed sharp low after a week with share prices were hit by worries at Greek economy, and many united debt owned by some European governments. In United States, main stock market index also closed lower, Dockin B reports

Friday afternoon, saw dramatic falls in share prices through out Europe. An one point, it seems share almost in the state of free fall but most major stock exchanges recovered somemore before the closed trade day. Naturally, the uncertainty of UK electoral result was a factor in London, but elsewhere, traders are much worried about the way which banks are being lending money to European governments. Just between the banks in its risk and that led fears that the system may seize up as it did in 2008.

Leaders of 16 countries used European single currency the euro have been meeting in Brussels to discuss how to prevent for Greek financial crisis spreading. The value of euro has fallen on fears the countries such Spain, and Portuge can suffere similar problems. This report from Jonidar.

This emergency summit of euros leaders should be a formality or week cabinets, parliaments across the 16 countries. They used the euro have been passing legislation necessary to extend $145 billion loan to Greece. Now, presidents and prime ministers have came to Brussels to sign off the deal. There would be no formal conclusions to the gathering that would be in any common formal meeting of European leaders. But the statement for emergency at the end of the summit will be watched, for any details how the euros zone intends to change is economic governance following most tumultuous month in the euro history.

Jonny Diamond reporting. This is the world news from the BBC.

Engineers have been lowering a giant container to the sea bed in gulf of Mexico in an attempt to capture oil gushing from below oil well. The company that operates the sites BP, hopes the device will be operation by Monday. That would trap about 85% of oil leaking out. Roger D. has more.

The delicate process has began to lower 100 ton container that secure directly on top of the leaking well more than 500 meters down. It's never been tried in such depth, and there's no guarantee if it'll work. A surface leak covering thousands of square kilometers has formed since last month when the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded killing 11 workers. Oil has now come a shore of a few remote islands, some birds covered in it have been found.

The court in Russia has imposed 5 year jail sentence on a man, accused of hijacking a Russian crew cargo ship which went missing for several weeks for mythterious circumstance since last year. The Moscow called the convicted Andrew Uyarvov, Enistonian residents of piracy. He was one of 8 people killed in seizing the vessel the Arctic sea in July has sail near Sweden. Moscow has denied the allegation the ship in fact carrying weapons to Iran. And the official story of piracy was covered to world diplomatic embarrasment.

The south African police commissioner Becky Taily has said he's praying for the United States football team to be knocked out the World Cup quickly. So the police will have to face security challenge and visit by the President Obama. Mr.Taily told parlianmentary committee on Friday. He'd been told the President Obama might fly in South African for the match if the U.S. team reach in second or third round.

Police in Iran are reported to arrest 18 young men and women for attending an illegal concert. The Terran chief prosecutor was quoted the Iranian media, saying that the revellers have been induging in what he termed lustfull and pleasure seeking activities.
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leaders of the 2 of britian's main parties the conservatives and the leberal democrates are discussing whether they can form a coalision government following thursday's inclusive general election.the conservative leader, david leader, whose party won most seats but fell short of majority has approach the liberal democate leader, Nick click. David xx said he wanted to make a big open and conprehensive offer to the liberal democrates. direct discussions between hamer and click barber offer, began with the phone call this afternoon. describe it was very constructive in which there was no real discussion of detail.   Mr. careman was offered a committee of inquiry of electral reform , many the xx wants firm commitment to changing the elections are run before there was any sort of agreement. and if the current negotiations fail, labour democrates could yet and uptoking to labour.the results from the seats contested now office are in, the conservatives have won 306, with labour taking 258. with democrates ended off 57. the main european stock markets have been closed sharply lower after a week in which the share price were hit by worried by Greek economic and the amount of  debts by some European governments, in the united states, the main stock market
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[Homework]BBC 2010-05-08

BBC News with David Austin.
The leaders of two of Britain's main parties, the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats, are discussing whether they can form a coalition government following Thursday's inconclusive general election. Conservative leader David Cameron whose party won the most seats but fell short of a majority has approached the Liberal Democratic leader Nick Clegg. Here is Rose Hopkins.
David Cameron said he wanted to make a big,open and comprehensive offer to the Liberal Democrats. Direct discussions between him and Nick Clegg about that offer began with a phone call this afternoon, described it was very constructive but in which there was no real discussion of detail. Mr. Cameron has offered a committee of inquiry on electorate reform. Many of the Dems want a form of commitment to changing the way elections are run before making any sort of agreement. And if the current negotiations fail, the Democrats could yet end up talking to Labor.
Results from the seats contested on Thursday now in, the Conservatives have won 306 with Labor taking 258, the Liberal Democrats ended up on 57.
The main European stock markets have closed sharply lower after a week in which share prices were hit by worries over the Greek economy and the amount of debt owed by some European governments. In the United States the main stock market also closed lower. Duncan Bartlett reports:
Friday afternoon saw dramatic falls in share prices throughout Europe. At one point it seems that shares were almost in a state of free fall. But most of the major stock exchanges recovered some before the close of trading. Naturally the uncertainty over the UK election result was a factor in London, but elsewhere traders are more worried about the way in which banks have been lending to European governments. Trust between the banks is at risk and that has led to fears that the system may seize up as it did in 2008.
Leaders of the sixteen countries that use the European single currency, the Euro, have beenf meeting in Brussels to discuss how to prevent the Greek financial crisis spreading. The value of the Euro has fallen on fears that countries such as Spain and Portugal could suffer similar problems. This report from Johnny Diamond.
This emergency summit of Euro zone leaders should be a formality or weak cabinets or parliaments across the 16 countries that use the Euro have been passing legislation necessary to extend a 145 billion dollar loan to Greece. Now presidents and prime ministers have come to Brussels to sign off the deal. THere will be no formal conclusions to the gathering, not would it come a full meeting of European leaders. But the statement that emerges at the end of the summit will be watched for any detail as to how the Euro zone intends to change its economic governance following the most tumultuous month in the Euro history. Johnny Diamond Reporting.
This is the world news from the BBC.
Engineers have been lowering a giant container to the seabed in the Gulf of Mexico in an attemp to capture oil gushing from a blow-out well. The company that operates the site hopes the device will be operational by Monday to help trap about 85% of the oil leaking out. Rajesh Michandani has more.
The delicate process has begun to lower the 100 ton container and secure its directly on top of the leaking well more than 1500 meters down. It's never been tried at such depth and there's no guarantee it will work. A surface leak covering thousands of square kilometers has formed since last month when the deep water horizon rig exploded killing 11 workers. Oil has now come ashore on a few remote islands. Some birds covered in it have been found.
A court in Russia has imposed a 5-year joil sentence on a man accused of hijacking a Russian crude cargo ship which went missing for several weeks in mysterious circumstances last year. The Moscow court convicted Andrea ..., an Estonian resident, of piracy. He was one of eight people accused of seizing the vessel in Arctic Sea in July as it sailed near Sweden. Moscow has denied allegations that the ship was in fact carrying weapons to Iran and that the official story of piracy was a cover to avoid diplomatic embarassment.
The South African Police Commissioner Behki Cele has said he's praying for the United States Football Team to be knocked out of the World Cup quickly so that the police won't have to face the security challenge by the visit of President Obama. Mr. Cele told the Parliamentary Committee that he had been told that President Obama might fly into South Africa for a match if the US Team is in second or third rounds.
Police in Iran are reported to have arrested 80 young men and women for attending an illegal concert. The Tehran Chief Prosecutor was quoted in the Iranian media as saying the revellers have been indulging in what he termed lustful pleasure seeking activities.
And that's the latest BBC news.

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BBC News with David Austin
The leaders of two Britain’s two main parties the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats are discussing whether they can form a coilation government, following Thursday 's inconclusive general election. The Conservative leader David Cameron whose party won most seats but fell short of the majority has approached to Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg. Here is Rose Hokins
David Cameron said he wanted to make a big, open and comprehensive offer to the Liberal Democrats. Direct discussions between him and Clegg bell that offer to gain with phone call this afternoon. Described as very constructive but in which there was no real discussion of detail. Mr. Cameron who has offered a committee inquiry on a electoral reform maybe David want to further commitment to changing the way elections are ran before making any source of agreement and if the current negotiations fail, the Liberal Democrats could yet end up talking to Labor.
With all the results from the seats contested on Thursday now in, the Conservatives have won 306 with Labor taking 258, the Liberal Democrats ended on 57.
The main European stock markets have close sharply lower after a week in which share prices were hitted by worries of the Greek economy and in other of debt owe by some European governments. In the United States the main stock market indexes also closed lower. Dunken Partrick reports.
Friday afternoon saw dramatic falls in sharp prices throughout Europe but one point seems the shares were almost in the state of free fall. The most of the major stock exchanges recovered some more before the close of trading. Naturally the uncertainty of the UK election result was a factor in London but else where traders are much more worried about when banks of being lending money to European governments. Just between the bank tisup risk and that let the fears that the system may cease up as a dead in 2008.
Leaders of the 26 countries that used European single currency that Euro has meet in Brussels to discuss how to prevent Greek financial crisis spreading. The value of Euro has fallen on fears that countries such as Spain and Portugal could suffer similar problems. This report from Johnny Diamond.
With emergency some of Euro’s and leaders should be formality or week cabinets and parliaments across the 16 countries that use the Euro have been passing legislation necessary to extend 145- billion -dollar loan to Greece. Now president and prime ministers have come to Brussels to sign of the deal. There will be no formal conclusions to the gathering that would any come up full meeting of European Union leaders. But the statement that emerges at the end of the summit will be watched for any detail as to hang the Euros own intends to change its economic governance following the most tumultuous moments in the Euro's history. Johnny Diamond reporting.
This is the world news from the BCC.
Engineers have been lowering a giant container to deseed burden in the Gulf of Mexico in an attempt to capture oil gushing from a ballon out well. The company that operates the sites BP hopes the device will be operational by Monday. Help trap about 85% of the oil leaking out. Rugers Merching Dally has more.
The delicate process has begun to lower the 100 ton container and secure directly on top of the leaking well more than15,000 meters down. It has never been tried at such depth and there is no guarantee the work. A surface leak covering thousands of square kilometers has form since last month when the deep water horizon rig exploded killing 11 workers. Oil has now come ashore on the few remote islands some birds covered it have been found.
The court in Russia has imposed a 5-year jail sentence on a man accused of high-jacking a Russian crude cargo ship which went missing for several weeks and mysterious circumstances last year. The Moscow Court convicted Andrea Luniav an stonian resident of piracy. He was one of the 8 people accused of ceasing the vessel the Arctic sea in July has it sail near Sweden. Moscow has to deny delegations that the ship was in fact carrying weapons to Iran and the official story of piracy was a cover to avoid diplomatic embarrassment.
The South African police commission Becky Taily has said he is praying for the United States for port in to be knocked out the World Cup quickly, said that the police have to face security challenge of the visit by president Obama. Mr. Taily told parliamentary committee on Friday he had been told that president Obama might fly into South Africa for a match if the US team wish second or third rounds.
Police in Iran reported to have arrested 80 young men and women for attending an illegal concert. Thairong chief prosecuted was quoted in Iranian media as saying that revirders have been indulging what he termed the last for pleasure seeking activities
And that's the latest BBC news.
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the leaders of 2 Britain main parties, the Conservatives and the Liboral Democrats are discussing whether they can form a coalition government following Thursday's inclusive general election. the Conservative Leader, David XXX, whose party won most seats but fell short of majority has approached the Liberal Demoncratic Leader, Nick XXX. David said he wanted to make a big, open and comphrehensive offer to the Liberal Democrats. Direct discussions between him and Nick XXX about that offer began with a phone call this afternoon, describing it as a very constructive, but in which that was no real discussion of detail. Mr Calmon has offered its committee to inquiring an eletoral reform. many Democrats wanted to firm a committment to changing the way election run before making any sort of agreement. and if current negotiations failed, the Liberal Democrats could yet end up talking to Labor. With all the results from the seats contested on Thursday now in, Conservatives have won 306 with Labor taking 258. the Liberal Democrats ended on 57.
The main European stock markets have closed sharply lower after a week in which the share prices were hit by worries over Greek economy and united debt by some European governments. In the United States, the main stock market and indexes also closed lower. Friday afternoon saw dramatic fall in share prices throughout the Europe. A one point were seen that shares were almost in the state of free fall. but most of major stock exchanges recove some more before the close of trading. Naturally the uncertainty of UK election result was a factor in Londer but elsewhere traders are much more worried about the way in which the banks have been lending money to European governments. Trust between banks is a risk and that is led to fears that system may cease up as it did in 2008.
Leaders of 16 countries that used European single currency Euro have been meeting in Brussels to discuss how to prevent Greek financial crisis spreading. The value of Euro has fallen on fears that countries such as Spain and Portugal could suffer similar problems. this emergency summit of Euro Zone leaders should be a formality. All week cabinets and parliaments across 16 countries that used the Euro  have been passing legislation necessary to extend the 145 billion dollar loan to Greece. Now presidents and prime ministers have come to Brussels to sign off the deal. there will be no formal conclusion to the cabinents that would in common in full meeting of European Union leaders. but the statement that emergence at the end of the summit will be watched for any detail as how the Euro Zone intends to change its economic governence following the most tumoiltest months in the uraitest stream.
Engineers have been lowering a giant container to the sea bed in the gulf of Mexico in an attempt to capture oil gushing from a blown-out well. the company that operates the site, BP, hope the device will be operational by Monday, help trap about 85% of oil leaking-out. the delicate process has began to lower 100-ton container and secure it directly on top of the the leaking well more than 1500 metres down. It's never been tried in such depth and there's no guarantee the work. A surface leak covering thousands of square kilometres has formed since last month when the deep water horizon rig exploded, killing 11 workers. Oil has now come ashore on a few remote islands and some birds covered it have been found.
A court in Ruassa has imposed a 5-year jail sentence on a man accused of hijacking a Russian crude cargo ship which went missing for several weeks in mysterious circumstances last year. The Moscow court convicted XXX an Estonia resident of piracy. He was one of the 8 people accused of ceasing the vessel, the Arctic Sea, in July has it sailed near Swedan. XXX has denied the allogation that the ship was in fact carrying weapons to Iran and the official story of piracy was a cover to avoid diplomatic embarrassment.
South Africa...police... U.S president... the police won't have to face a security challenge of a visit by president Obama. .. the U.S team ...second or third rounds
Police in Iran have been reported to have arrested 80 young men and women for attending an illegal concert... pleasure seeking activities...
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BBC News with David Austain.
The leaders of two Britain's main parties, the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats are discussing whether they can form a coalition government following Thursday's inconclusive general election. The Conservative leader David Cameron whose party won most seats but fell short of majority has approached the Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg. Here's Ross Hawkins.
David Cameron said he wanted to make a big, open and comprehensive offer to the Liberal Democrats. Direct discussions between him and Nick Clegg about that offer began with the phone call this afternoon described as very constructive but in which there was no real discussion of detail. Mr. Cameron who's offered a committee of inquiry on electoral reform. Many of the Demos want to firm a commitment to changing the way elections are run before making any sort of agreement. And if the current negotiations fail, the Liberal Democrats could yet end up talking to Labor.
With all the results from the seats contested on Thursday now in, the Conservatives have won 306 with Labor taking 258, the Liberal Democrats ended on 57.
The main European stock markets have closed sharply lower after a week in which share prices were hit by worries over the Greek economy and the amount of debt owe by some European government. In the United States, the main stock market indexes also closed lower. Duncan Bartlett reports.
Friday afternoon saw dramatic falls in share prices throughout Europe. At one point, it seemed that shares were almost in the state of freefall but most of the major stock exchanges recovered some more before the close of trading. Naturally, the uncertainty of the UK election result was a factor in London but elsewhere traders much more worried about the way which banks have been lending money to European governments. Trust between and banks is a risk, and that has led to fears that the system may seize up as it did in 2008.
Leaders of the 16 countries that use the European single currency, the euro, have been meeting in Brussels to discuss how to prevent the Greek financial crisis spreading. The value of the euro have fallen on fears that countries such as Spain and Portugal could suffer a similar problems. This report from Jonny Dymond.
This emergency summit of Euro zone leaders should be a formality. All week cabinets and parliaments across the 16 countries that use the euro have been passing legislation necessary to extend a 145-billion-dollar loan to Greece. Now presidents and prime ministers have come to Brussels to sign off the deal. There will be no formal conclusions to the gathering that would any comment on full meeting of European Union leaders. But the statement that emerges at the end of the summit will be watched for any detail as to how the Euro zone intends to change its economic governance following the most tumultuous months in the Euro's history. Jonny Dymond reporting.
This is the World News from the BBC.
Engineers have been lowering a giant container to the seabed in the Gulf of Mexico in an attempt to capture oil gushing from a blown-out well. The company that operates the site BP hopes that the device will be operational by Monday have trapped about 85% of the oil leaking out. Rajesh Mirchandani has more.
The delicate process has begun to lower the 100-ton container and secure it directly on top of the leaking well more than 1,500 meters down. It's never been tried at such depth and there is no guarantee of the work. A surface leak covering thousands of square kilometers has formed since last month when the deep water horizon rig exploded, killing 11 workers. Oil has now come ashore on a few remote islands. Some birds covered in it have been found.
The court in Russia has imposed a 5-year jail sentence on a man accused of hijacking a Russian crude cargo ship which went missing for several weeks in mysterious circumstances last year. The Moscow court convicted Andrea Luniav, an Estonian resident, of piracy. He was one of eight people accused of seizing the vessel the Arctic Sea in July as it sailed near Sweden. Moscow has denied allegations that the ship was in fact carrying weapons to Iran and that the official story of piracy was a cover to avoid diplomatic embarrassment.
The South Africa police commissioner Becky Taily has said he is praying for the United States' football team to be knocked out of the World Cup quickly, so that police won't have to face the security challenge of the visit by President Obama. Mr. Taily told parliamentary committee on Friday he had been told that President Obama might fly into South Africa for a match if the US team reaches second or third rounds.
Police in Iran are reported to have arrested 80 young man and woman for attending an illegal concert. The Tehran chief prosecutor was quoted in Iranian media as saying the that revealers have been indulging in what he termed "lustful pleasure seeking activities".
And that's the latest BBC News.
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BBC News with David Austin.
The leaders of two Britain's main Parties,the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats,are discussing whether they can form a coalition government following Thursday's inconclusive general election.The Conservatives leader Daivid Cameron whose party won most seats but fell short of a majority has approached the Liberal Democrats leader Nick Clegg.Here is Ross Hockens.
David Cameron said he wanted to make a big,open and conprehensive offer to the Liberal Democrats.Direct discussions between him and Nick Clegg about the offer began with a phone call this afternoon,decribed the very constructive but in which there is no real discussion of detail.Mr Cameron who is offering a commity of inquiry on an  intellectual reform.Many of the Dems want to form a commitment to changing the way the elections are ran,but form any sort of agreement.And if the current negotiations fail,the Liberal Democrats could yet end up talking to Labor.
With all the results from the seats contested on Thursday now in,the Conservatives have won 306,with Labor taking 258.The Liberal Democrats ended on 57.
The ** European Stock Market have closed sharply lower after a week in which share prices were hit by worries of Greek economy and the amount of debts owned by some European governments.In the United States,the main stock marketing indexes also closed lower.Duncan Buteral reports.
Friday afternoon,** market falls in share prices throughout Europe.At one point,it seems that shares were almost in the state of free fall,but most of the main stock exchanges recovered some more before the close of trading.Naturally,uncertainty of the UK election result was a factor in London,but elsewhere trade are as much more worried about the one which banks have been lending money to European governments.Just between the banks it's a risk and that lets to fears that the system may cease up as it did in 2008.
Leaders of the 16 countries that use the European single currency,the Euro,have been meeting in Brussels,to discuss how to prevent the Greek financial crisis spreading.The value of the Euro has fallen on fears that the countries such as Spain and Portugal could suffer similar problems.This report from Jonny Demond.
This emergency summit of Euro's leaders should be a formality or week cabinets and parliaments across the 16 countries that use the Euro have been passing legislation necessary to extend the 145-billion-dollar loan to Greece.Now presidents and prime ministers have come to Brussels to sign off the deal.There will be no formal conclusions to the gathering that would cover a full meeting of European Union leaders.But the statement that emerges at the end of the summit will be watched for any detail that is how the euro zone intends to change its economic governance following the most tumultuous month in the euro history.Jonny Demond reporting.
This is the world news from the BBC.
Engineers have been lowing a giant container to the sea ** in the Gulf of Maxico in an attempt to capture oil gushing from a blow out well.The company that operates the site,BP,hopes that the advice will be operational by Monday and will trap about 85 percent of the oil leaking out.*** has more.
The delicate process has began to lower the one hundred ton container and securer directly on top of the leaking well more than 1,500 meters down.It's never been tried in such a depth and there is no guarantee will work.A surface lick covering thousands of square kilometers has formed since last month when the deep water horizon rig exploded killing 11 workers.Oil has now come ashore on the few remote islands.Some birds covered it have been found.
A court in Russia has imposed to a five-year-jail sentence on a man accused of hijacking a Russian cruit cargo ship which one is missing for several weeks in mysterious circumstances last year.The Moscow court convicted Andrei Lunev,an Estonian resident of piracy.He was one of the eight people accused of seizing the vessel the Arctic Sea in July as it sailed near Sweden.Moscow has denied delegations that the ship was in fact carrying weapons to Iran and the official story of piracy was a cover to avoid diplomatic embarrassment.
The South African police commission Becky Taily has said he is praying for the United States football team to be knocked out the World Cup quickly,said that the police will face a securty challenge of the visit by the President Obama.Mr Taily told parliamentary committee on Friday he had been told that President Obama might fly into the South Africa for a match if the US team reach second or third rounds.
Police in Iran reported to have arrested eighty young men and women for attending an illegal concert.The Thairong Chief prosecuted was quoted in the Irani media as saying that revirders have been indulging in what he termed the last for pleasure seeking activities.
That's the latest BBC news.
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