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BBC News with Sue Montgomery.

President Barack Obama has angrily accused oil companies of trying to duck the blame over the Gulf of Mexico oil slick and said he would act to change the relationship between the industry and regulators.

“For too long, for a decade or more, there has been a cozy relationship between the oil companies and the federal agency that permits them to drill. It seems as if permits were too often issued based on no more than assurances of safety from the oil companies. That cannot and will not happen anymore.”

Speaking after discussing the huge oil spill with senior advisers, Mr. Obama said the system to prevent such disasters had failed badly. Efforts to stop the oil leak are continuing, but forecasters say the weather could drive the oil slick ashore this weekend.

At least eight people are known to have died in the latest bout of violence that's engulfed the Thai capital Bangkok. More than 100 others have been wounded. Explosions and gunfire echoed across the city centre late into the night as soldiers fought protesters around their fortified camp. The exiled Thai leader Thaksin Shinawat who retains the loyalty of many of the Red Shirt protesters has urged the authorities to pull back the troops. Rachel Harvey is in Bangkok.

The government spokesman has gone on television to try
and reassure people; he said that the security forces had only fired when they themselves came under attack. And he said that it would be safe soon, that the whole thing was under control. And that the aim was just to contain the area, not to clear it of protesters while even that is proving a very tough task for the security forces.

Police in Iraq say a suicide bombing at a football stadium has killed at least ten people and injured more than 100. It happened in the northern Iraqi town of Tal Afar, near the city of Mosul. From Baghdad, here is Gabriel Gatehouse.

Police in Tal Afar say that a suicide bomber detonated explosives hit inside his vehicle near the local stadium where a football match was underway. A crowd of people standing at the entrance to the ground bore the brunt of the blast. Witnesses said
that the first bombing was then followed by at least one other explosion. Earlier on Friday, a website linked to al-Qaeda in Iraq announced that it would replace the senior militant who'd been killed last month in a joint operation by Iraqi and US forces. The statement warned of what it called "dark days of blood to come".

Share prices and the value of the euro have fallen sharply as investors become concerned that
economic measures designed to tackle big debts in Greece, Spain and Portugal will stifle growth in the eurozone. The euro hit its lowest level against the dollar for 18 months. Stock markets closed more than 3% down in London and Frankfort and 4.6% down in Paris. The Spanish stock market in Dax closed more than 6% lower.

World News from the BBC.

Tens of thousands of protesters have gathered in the Albanian capital, calling for a recount of last year's parliamentary elections which they claim were rigged. They have come out in support of hunger strikers who have been camped outside the prime minister's office in Tirana for the past two weeks. Our Balkan's correspondent Mark Lowan reports.

This is the second huge demonstration in Tirana in the space of two weeks. The last protest drew tens of thousands and this one appears to be of a similar scale. Socialist led opposition activists march
ed through the streets of the capital with banners and slogans calling for the government to reopen the ballot boxes from last June's general election which they believed was fraudulent won by the Democratic Party. But the government says tampering with the ballot boxes would be unconstitutional and is standing firm.

Greece and Turkey have spoken of a big step forward in the relations during a visit to Greece by the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. A joint statement by the two leaders said they would strengthen peace and stability in the region. There was a joint meeting of cabinet ministers which will become an annual event and a range of agreements covering illegal immigration, the environment, tourism and energy.

The new British Foreign Secretary William Hague has held what he called
very productive talks with the American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Washington -- his first foreign trip since taking office. At a news conference afterwards, both leaders stressed their country's unity of approach on the war in Afghanistan and the need for further sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program.

A British member of parliament has been stabbed. The Labour MP Stephen Timms who was a Treasury minister until the change of government this week was attacked while holding
an advice session for constituents in east London. He was taken to hospital with abdominal injuries, but his condition is said not to be life threatening. A young woman has been arrested.

And that's the latest bulletin from BBC News.


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BBC News with Sue Montgomery.

President Barack Obama has angrily accused oil companies of trying to dark the blame over the Gulf the Mexico oil slick and said he would act to change the relationship between the industry and regulators.

For too long, for a decade or more, there has been a cozy relation between the oil companies and the federal agency that permits them to drill. Seems as if permits were too often issued based on little more than assurances of safety from the oil companies. That cannot and will not happen anymore.

Speaking after discussing the huge oil spill with senior advisers, Mr.Obama said the system to prevent such disasters had failed badly. Efforts to stop the oil leak are continuing, but forecasters say the weather could drive the oil slick ashore this weekend.

At least eight people are known have died in the latest bout of violence that's engulfed the Thai capital Bangkok. More than 100 others have been wounded. Explosions and gunfire echoed across the city centre late into the night as soldiers fought protesters around their fortified camp. The exiled Thai leader Thaksin Shinawat who retains the loyalty of many of the Red Shirt protesters has urged the authorities to pull back the troops. Rachel Harvey is in Bangkok.

The government spokesman has gone on television to try and reassure people, he said that the security forces had only fired when they themselves came under attack. And he said that it would be safe soon, that the whole thing was under control. And that the aim was just to contain the area, not to clear it of protesters will even that is proving very tough task for the security forces.

Police in Iraq say a suicide bombing at a football stadium has killed at least ten people and injured more than 100. It happened in the northern Iraqi town of Tal Afar, near the city of Mosul. From Baghdad, here is Gabriel Gatehouse.

Police in Tal Afar say that a suicide bomber detonated explosives hit inside his vehicle near the local stadium where a football match was underway. A crowd of people standing at the entrance to the ground bore the brunt of the blast. Witnesses said the first bombing was then followed by at least one other explosion. Earlier on Friday, a website linked to Al-Qaeda in Iraq announced they did replace the senior militant who'd been killed last month in a joint operation by Iraqi and US forces. The statement warned of what it called "dark days of blood to come".

Share price and the value of the euro have fallen sharply as investors become concerned that economic measures designed to tackle big debts in Greece, Spain and Portugal will stifle growth in the eurozone. The euro hit its lowest level against the dollar for 18 months. Stockmarkets closed more than 3% down in London and Frankfort and 4.6% down in Paris. The Spanish stockmarket and debts closed more than 6% lower.

World News from the BBC.

Tens of thousands of protesters have gathered in the Albanian capital, calling for a recount of last year's parliamentary elections which they claimed were rigged. They have come out in support of hunger strikers who have been camped outside the prime minister's office in Tirana for the past two weeks. Our Balkan's correspondent Mark Lowan reports.

This is the second huge demonstration in Tirana in the space of two weeks. The last protest drew tens of thousands and this one appears to be of similar scale. Socialist led opposition activists marched to the streets of the capital with banners and slogans calling for the government to reopen the ballot boxes from last June's general election which they believed was fraudulent won by the Democratic Party. But the government says tempering with the ballot boxes would be unconstitutional and standing firm.

Greece and Turkey have spoken of a big step forward in the relations during a visit to Greece by the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. A joint statement by the two leaders said they would strengthen peace and stability in the region. There was a joint meeting of cabinet ministers which will become an annual event. And a range of agreements covering illegal immigration, the environment, tourism and energy.

The new British Foreign Secretary William Hague has held what he called the very productive talks with the American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Washington. His first foreign trips since taking office. At a news conference afterwards, both leaders stressed their country's unity of approach on the war in Afghanistan and the need for further sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program.

A British member of parliament has been stabbed. The Labour MP Stephen Timms who was a treasuring minister until the change of government this week was attacked to wild holding in advice session for constituency in east London. He was taken to hospital with abdominal injuries, but his condition is said not to be life threatening. A young woman has been arrested.

And that's the latest bulletin from BBC News.
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bbc news with Sue Montgomery

president Barack Obama has angrily accused oil companies of trying to dark the blame over the Gulf of Mexico oil sleek and said he would act to change the relationship between the industry and regulators.

"for too long,for a decade or more,there's been a close relationship between the oil companies and the federal agencies that permits them to drill.things that permits were too often issued based on no more ensurences of safty from the oil companies.that cannot and will not happen any more."

speaking after discussing the huge oil spill with senior advisors,mr Obama said the systemy to prevent such disasters had failed badly.efforts to stop the oil leak are continuing,but forecasts say the weather could drive the oil sleek ashore this weekend.

a list of 8 people have known died in the latest bow to violence.this engulf the Thai capital Bangkok.more than 100 others had been woulded.explosions and gunfire echoed across the city center late into the night as soliders fought protesters around their fortified camp.their exiled leader Thaksin Shinawat who retains the loyalty of many of the redshirt protesters has urged the authorities to pull back the troops.Rachel Harvey is in Bangkok.

the goverment's spokesman has gone on a celebration to try to reassure people.he said the seccurity forces had only fired when they themselves came under attack and he said it would be safe soon that the whole thing was under control and that the aim was to contain the area not to clear it of protesters.even that is proving a very tough task for the security forces.

police in Iraq say a suicide bombing at a football statium has killed at least 10 people and injured more than a hundred.it happened in the northern Iraqi town of Talapha,near the city of Mousle.from Bagdad,here is Gabriel Gatehouse.

police in Talapha say that a suicide bomber detinated explosives hidded inside his vehile near the local statium where a football match was under way.a crowd of people standing at the entrance to the ground bore the brant of the blast.witnesses said the 1st bombing was then followed by at least one other explosion.earlier on Friday a website linked to Al Qaeda in Iraq announced that  it relapced a senior militant who'd been killed last month in a joint operation by Iraqi and US forces.the statement warned what he called dark days of blood to come.

share prices and the value of euro have fallen sharply  as investors become concerned that economic measures desighed to tackle big debts  in Greece,Spain and Portugal was stifle growth in the Eurozone.the euro hit its lowest level against the dollar for 18 months.stock markets close more that 3% down in London and Frankfurt and 4.6% down in Paris.the Spanish stock market index close more than 6% lower.

world news from the BBC

tens of thousands of protesters have gathered in the Albanian capital,calling for a recount for the last year's parliamentary elections which they claim were rigged.they've come out in support of hunger stikers who've been camped outside the Prime Minster's office and terrain in the past few weeks.our Balkans' correspondent  Mark Lowan  reports.

this is the 2nd huge demonstration in Terrana and the space of 2 weeks.the last protest drew tens of thousands and this one appears to be of the similar scale.socialists led opposition acctivists marched through the streets of capital with banners and slogans calling for the goverment to reopen the ballod boxes from last June's general election which they believe was fogerately won by the democratic party.but the goverment says tampering with the ballod boxes would be unconstitutional and standing firm.

Greece and Turkey have spoken of a big step forward in their relations,during the visit to Greece  by the Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.a joint statement by the 2 leaders said they would strenghen peace and stability in the region.there was a joint meeting of cabinet ministers which will become an annual event.and an range of agreements covering illegal immigration,the environment ,tourism and energy.

the British foreign secretary William Hake has held what he called very productive talks with the American secretary of state Hilary Clinton in Washington,his first foreign trip since taking office. at a news conference afterwards,both leaders stress their countries' unity of aproach on the war in Afghanistan and the need for further sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program.

a British member of parliament has been stabbed .the labor M.P. Steven terms who was a treasure minister until the change of goverment this week was attacked during holding an advice session for constituence in east London.he was taken  to hospital with abdomenal injuries,but his condition said not to be life threatening.a young woman has been arrested.

and that's the lastest bulletin from bbc news.
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BBC news with Sue Montgomery
President Barak Obama has angurily accused oil companies of trying to dark the blame over the Gulf of Mexico oil sleak and said he was act to change the relationship between the industry and reculators.
For too long or decade or more, there’s been a cosing relationship between the oil companies and the federal agency that permits them to drill. Seems that permanent were two of a nation based on no more than assurances of sit in the oil companies. That cannot and will not happen any more.
Speaking of the discussing the huge oil spill with senior advisers, Mr. Obama said the system to prevent such disasters has failed badly. Affords to stop the oil leak are continuing. But the forecast say the weather could drive the oil leak ashore this weekend.
At least 8 people were known to have dead in later’s ball to violence as in gulf the Thai capital Bankok. More than 100 others have been wounded. Explosions and gunfire echoed across the city center late until the night. As soliders fought protesters around their forltified camp. Deads are tighted in who returns the loyalty of many of the red-shirt protesters as urge the authorities to pull back the troops. Rashal Harvey is in Bnakok.
The government spokesman has gone on television to join the reashore people, he said that the security forces had only fight when they themselves came under attack and he said that it wouldn’t be save soon that until the whole thing was under control and that the aim was just to contain the area not clearit of protesters’ will, even that is proving a tarf very task to the security forces.
  In Iraq say a suicide bomber at a football stadium has killed at least 10 people and injuring more than a 100. It happened in the northen Iraqi town of Talafor, near the city of Musul. From Baghdad here is Gabril Gabtons.
Police in Talafa say suicide bomb at ## exploded inside a vehicle near the local stadium where football match was underway. A crowed of people standing at the actions to the ground border to the blast. Witnesses said that the first bouming was followed by at least one other explosion. Earlier on Friday a website linked Alkade in Iraq announced that they would replace the senior militant that been killed last month in a joint operation by Iraqi and US forces. The statement warned what they called “dark days of blood” to come.
Share prices and the value of the Euro have fallen sharply, as investors become concerned that economic measures design to tackle big debts in Greece,Spain and Potragul were stifle growth in the Euro zone. The Euro hited its lowest level against the dollar for 18 months. Stock markets kills more than 3 percent down in London and Frankfurt and 4.6 percent down in Paris. The Spanish stock market in debts close more than 6 percent lower.
World news from the BBC
Tens of thousands of protesters ## in the Albenian capital, calling for a recount of last year’s parliamentary election which the claim were rimed. That come out supporters of hunger strikers who have been contact side of the Prime Minister’s office in ## for the past two weeks. Our Bulken’s correspondence Mark Lwon reports.
This is the second huge demonstration in Turana in the states of two weeks. The last protesters through tens of thousands and this one appears to be of a similar scale. Socialist opposition activist march to the streets of the capital with banners and slogens calling for the government to reopen the ballot boxes form last year’s general election which they believe was frugilently won by the democratic party. But the government says tempering the ballot boxes would be unconstitutional and they standing firm.
Greece and Turkey have spoken of a big step forward in their relations. During the visit to Greece but the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan by join statement by the two leaders said they would strenthen peace and stablity in the region. There was a joint meeting of cabinet ministers which will be come an annul event. And the ringe of the agreement covering illegal immigrantio, the encironment, tourism and energy.
The new British Foreign Secretary William Hage has held what he called very productive talk with the American Secretary of State Hilary Clinton in Washinton, his first foreign trip since taking office. At new confernce after with both leaders stress their country’s unity of approach on the war in Afganishtan and the need for further sanctions against Iran over its nuclear programe. A British member of parliament has been stumped the Labor NP Steventens who was a Treasury Minister until the change of government this week was attampt to a holding a wise session for constitions in Isladen. He was taking to hospital with abdominal injuries but his condition has says not in life threadening. A young woman has been arrested.
And that’s the latest bulletin from BBC news.
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BBC News with Sue Montgomery

President Barack Obama has angrily accused oil companies of trying to duck the blame over the Gulf of Mexico oil slick and said he would act to change the relationship between the industry and regulators.

"For too long, for a decade or more, there has been a cosy relationship between the oil companies and the federal agency that permits them to drill. It seems as if permits were too often issued based on little more than assurances of safety from the oil companies. That cannot and will not happen anymore."

Speaking after discussing the huge oil spill with senior advisors, Mr. Obama said the system to prevent such disasters have faild badly. Efforts to stop the oil leak are continuing. But a forecast say that the weather could driver oil slick ashore this weekend.


At least 8 people are known to have died in a latest spell to violence that has engulfed the Thai capital Bangkok. More than 100 others have been wounded. Explosions and gunfire echoed across the city center late into the night. As soldiers fought protestors around their fortified camp. The exiled Thai leader, Thaksin Shinawatra, who retained the loyalty of the "Red Shirt" protestors has urged the authorities to pull back the troops. Rachel Harvey is in Bangkok,

The government spokesman has gone on television to ensure people. He said that the security forces had only fired when they themselves came under attack. And he said that there would be safe soon, that the whole things were under control and that the aim was just to contain the area not to clear it of protestors. Well, even that it's proving a very tough task for the security forces.


Police in Iraq say a suicide bombing in a footable stadium has killed at least 10 poeple and injured more than a hundred. It happened in a  northern Iraqi town of Tal Afar, near the city of Mosul. From Baghdad, here's Gabriel Gaghtas,

Police in Tal Afar say that the suicide bomber detonated explosives hidden inside his vehicle near the local stadium, where a football match was under way. A crowd of people standing at the entrance to the ground bored the brunt of blast. Witnessed said the first bombing was then followed by at least one other explosion. Early on Friday, a website linked to al-Qaeda in Iraq announced they did it  replaced a senior militant who has been killed last month in a joint operation by Iraqi and US forces. The statement warned what he called "a dark days of blood" to come.


Share prices and value of Euro have fallen sharply as investors become concerned that economic measures designed to tackle big debts in Greece, Spain and Portugal would stiffle growth in the Eurozone. The Euro hit its lowest level against the dollar for 18 months. Stock markets closed more than 3% down in London and Frankfurt and 4.6% down in Paris. The Spanish stock market in debts closed more than 6% lower.

World News from BBC.

Tens of thousands of protestors have gathered at the Albanian capital, calling for a recount of last year's parliamentary elections, which they claim were rigged. They've come out in support of hunger strikers who have camped outside the Prime Minister's office in Tirana for the past two weeks. Our Bulkan correspondent Mark Lowen report,

This is the second huge demonstration in Tirana in the space of two weeks. The last protest drew tens of thousands and this one appears to be of a similar scale. Socialist-led opposition activists marched through the streets of the capital with banners and slogans calling for the government to reopen the ballot boxes from last June's general election, which they believe was fraudulently won by the Democratic Party. But the government says tampering with the ballot boxes would be unconstitutional and are standing firm.

Greece and Turkey have spoken a big step forward in the relations. During a visit to Greece by the Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. A joint statement by the two leaders said they would strengthen peace and stability in the region. There was a joint meeting of cabinet ministers which would become an annual event. And a range of aggreement covering illegal immigration, the environment, tourism and energy.


The new British foreign secretory, William Hague, has held what he called very productive talks with American Secretary of Sates, Hillary Clinton in Washington. This's first foreign trip since taking office. At a news conference afterwards both leaders stressed that their country's unity of approach on the war in Afghanistan and need for further sanctions against Iran over its neuclear program.


A British member of Parliament has been stabbed. The Labour MP, Stephen Timms, who was the treasury minister until the change of government this week was attacked to a holding at the west session for constituence in east London. He was taken to hospital with abdominal injuries. But his condition is said not to be life threatening. The young woman has been arrested.


And that's the latest bulletin from BBC news.
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BBC news with Sumant Gamery
President Barack Obama has angrily accused oil companies of trying to dock the blame of the Gulf of Mexico oil sleek and said he would act to change the relationship between the industry and regulators.
For too long, for a decade or more, there's many cozy relationship between the oil companies and federal agency that permits them to draw. Seems that permits were too often issue, they stand lower more than surances of saving the oil companies. That cannot and will not help any more.
Speaking after discussing the huge oil spill with senior advisers, Mr. Obama said the system to prevent such disasters had failed badly. Efforts to stop the oil leak are continuing but forecast to say the weather could drive the oil sleek ashore this weekend.
At least 6 people are known to dead in the lastest bomb to violence ? the Thai capital Bangkok. More than 100 others have been wounded. Explosions and gunfire across the city center late into the night. As soldiers fought to protesters around their 45 camp. The ex-Thai leader ? who returned to the loyalty of many of the red-shirt protesters has urged the authorities to pull back the troops. Richad Harvy is in Bangkok.
The government's spokesman has gone on televisions to trying asure people. He said the security forces had only fired when they themselves came under attack and he said that would be save soon that the whole thing would under control and that the aim was just contain the area not to clearate of protesters' will even that is proving a very tough task to the security forces.
Police in Iraq say suicide bombing at football stadium has killed at least 10 people and injured more than 100. It happened in the northern Iraqi town of Talafer near the city of Muso. From the Bagdad to hear Gaboral Gatas.
Police in Talafer say that suicide bomb detinated exploded hid inside its vehicle near the local stadium where football match was on the way. A crowd of people standing of the entrance to the ground bomb the ground blast. Witness said the first bombing was followed by at least one other explosion early on Friday, a website linked our ? in Iraq and announced it replaced the senior militant who'd been killed last month in the joint operation by Iraqi and US forces. The statement warned what he called 'dark days of blood to come'.
Share prices and the ? of Euro have fallen sharply as investors become concerned that economic measures desighed to tackle big death in Greece, Spain and Portugal were stare for growth in the Eurozone. The Euro had its lowest level against the dollar for 18 months. Stock market close more than 3% dull in London and Frenkfood, an 4.6% dull in Paris. The Spanish stock market index close more than 6% lower.
World news from the BBC.
Tens of thousands of protesters have gathered in the Albanian capital, calling for a recount of last year's paliamentry elections which they claimed rigged . They have come out in suppot of hunger strikers who'd been ? the prime minister's office in Tarana for the past 2 weeks. Our Balkan's correspindent Mark Lowan reports.
This is the second huge demostration in Tirana in the space of two weeks. The last protest draw tens of thousands and this one appears to be of similar scale. Socialist led opposition activists marched to the streets of the capital with banners and slogans calling for the government to reopen the ballot boxes frome last June's general election which they believe was fraudulent by the democratic party. But the government says temporing with ballot boxes will be unconstitutional understanding firm.
Greece and Turkey have spoken of a big step forward in the relations during a visit to Greece but the Turkishs prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. A joint statement but the 2 leaders said they with strenghern peace and stability in the region. There was a joint meeting of capinate ministers which would become an annual event and a rang of agreements covering illegal immigration, the environment, tourism and energy.
The new British foreign secretory William Hague has held to what we call the very productive talks with American secretory state Hillary Clinton in Washington. As far as the foreign trip since taking offers, at the new conferece afters towards both leaders sress their countries' unity of approch on the war of Afganistan and the need for further sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program.
A British member of parliament has been stabbed. The Labour MP Stephen Timms who was a treasuring minister until the change of government this week was attacked to wild holding in advice session for constituency in east London. He was taken to hospital with abdominal injuries, but his condition is said not to be life threatening. A young woman has been arrested.
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BBC News with Sue Mountgomery.
President Barach Obama has angrily accused oil companies of trying to duct the blame over the gulf of mexico oil slick and said he would act to chage the relationship between the industry and regulatores. “For too long, for a decade or more, there’s been a cosy relationship between the oi companies and federal agency that permits them to drill, seems that the permance was too often issued based on low more than insurances of safty from the oil companies. That cannot and will not happen any more.”
Speaking after discussing the huge oil spill with senior advisors, Mr. Obama said the system to prevent such disasters had failed badly. Efforts to stop the oil leak are continuing, but forcasts say the weather could drive the oil slick ashore this weekend.
At least 8 people are known to have died in the latest bomb of violence *Thai capital Bankok. More than 100 others have been wounded. Explosions and gun fire echoed across the city center late into the night. A soldier’s fort proteters around their fortified camp. The *Thai leader* who retains the loyalty of many of the red-shirts has urged the authories to pull back troops. Rachel Harvey is in Bankok.
The government spokesman has gone on television to reassure people. He said the security forces had only fired when they themselves came under attack and he said it would be safe soon, that the whole thing is under control and the aim was just to contain the area not to clear it of protesrers. Well, even that is proving a very tough task for the security forces.
Police in Iraq say a suicide bombing at the football statium has killed at least ten people and injured more than 100. It happened in the north of Iraq town * near the city of *. From Baghdad here is Gabreil Guitars.
Police in T* say that a suicide bomber detonate explosives hid inside his vehicle near the local statium where football match was under way. A crowd of people standing at the entrance to the ground border * the blast. Witnesses said the first bombing was then followed by at least one other explosion. Earlier on Friday a website linked to our * in iraq accounced that it would replace the senior militant who’d been killed last month in a joint operation by Iraqi and US forces. The statement warned what he called dark days of blood to come.
Share prices under the value of Euro have fallen sharply as investors beome concerned that economic measures desighed to tackle big debt in Greece, Spain and Portugal was stilfle gross in Euro-zone. The Euro hit its lowest level against the dollar for 18 months. Stock markets close more than three percent down in London and Frankfort, and 4.6 percent down in Paris. The Spanish stock market index close more than 6 percent lower.
World News from the BBC.
Tens of thousands of protester have gathered in the Albanian capital calling for a recount of last year’s parliamentary elections which they claim *. They’ve come out and support hunger strikers who have been come outside the Prme Minister’s office * for the past two weeks. Our * correspondent Mark Low reports.
This is the second huge demonstration in * in the space of two weeks. The last protest drew tens of thousands and this one appears to be of the similar scale. Socialists-led opposition activists marched to the streets of the capital with banners and slogans calling for the government to reopen the ballot boxes from last June’s general election which they believe were fraugily won by the democartic party. But the government said the temporing with ballot boxes will be un consituional and standing firm.
Greece and Turky have spoken of a big tep-forward in the relations during the visit to Greece by the Turkish prime minister*. A joint statement by the two leaders said they would strenth peace and stability in the region. There was a joint meeting of cabinet ministers which will become a annual event and the range of aggrements covering illegal immigration, the environment, tourism and energy.
The new Bristish Farm secrectary William Hake has held what he called a very productive talks with American secretary of state Hillary Clinton in Washington, his first foreign trip since taking offers. At a news conference afterwards, both leader stress their countries unity approach the war in Afghanistan and the need for furthur sanctions against Iran over its neclear program.
A british menber of parliament have just been*. The labour MP Steven Tims, who was a treasury minister until the change of goverbment this week was attcked a holding to vice setion to constuence in east London. He was taken to hospital with * injuries, but his condtion is said not to be life thratening. A young woman has been arrested.
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BBC News with Sue Montgomery.

President Barack Obama has angrily accused oil companies of trying to dock the blame over the Gulf of Mexico’s oil slick and said he would act to change the relationship between the industry and regulators.

"For too long, for a decade or more, there's been a cosy relationship between oil companies and federal agencies that permits them to drill. Since the permits work too off initiative, based on low mortgage insurance, a safety for the oil companies. That cannot and will not happen any more."

Speaking after discussing the huge oil spill with senior advisors, Mr. Obama said the system to prevent such disasters had failed badly. Efforts to stop the oil leak are continuing but forecasters say the weather could drive the oil slick ashore this weekend.

At least eight people are known to die in the latest bout of violence in the gulf of Thai capital Bangkok. More than 100 others have been wounded. Explosion and gunfire occurred across the city centre later until the night as soldiers fought protesters around their 45 camps. The exile Thai leader, Thaksin Shinawatra, who retains the loyalty of many of the red shirt protesters has urged the authorities to pull back the troops. Rachel Harvey is in Bangkok.

The government spokesman has got on the television to try to reassure people. He said the security forces had only fired when they themselves came under attack. And he said that it would be safe soon, that the whole thing was under control and the aim was just to contain the area not to clear it of the protesters were. Even that is proving a very tough task for the security forces.

Police in Iraq say a suicide bombing in a football stadium has killed at least 10 people and injured more than 100. It happened in the northern Iraqi town of Tal Afar near the city of Mosul. From Baghdad, here is Gabriel Gatehouse.

Police in Tal Afar say that a suicide bomber detonated explosives hidden inside his vehicle near the local stadium where a football match was under way. A crowd of people standing in the entrance to the ground bore the browt of the blast. Witnesses said the first bombing was then followed by at least one other explosion. Earlier on Friday, a website linking to al-Qaeda in Iraq announced it had replaced the senior militant who's been killed last month in the joint operation by Iraqi and US forces. The statement warned what they called dark days of blood to come.

Share prices and value of euro have fallen sharply as investors became concerned that economic measures designed to tackle big debts in Greece Spain and Portugal was start to growth in the euro zone. The euro hit its lowest level against the dollar for 18 months. Stock markets close more than 3% down in London and Frankfurt, and 4.6% down in Paris. The Spanish stock market index closes more than 6% lower.

World News from the BBC.

Tens of thousands of protesters gathered in the Albania capital calling for a recount of last year's parliamentary elections which they claim were rigged. They come out to support hunger strikers who have been camped outside the Prime Minister’s office  in Tirana for the past two weeks. Our Balkans correspondent Mark Lowen reports.

This is the second huge demonstration in Tirana in a space of two weeks. The last protest drew tens of thousands and this one appears to be a similar scale. Socialist led opposition activists marched through the street of capital with banners and slogans calling for the government to reopen the ballot boxes from last June’s general election which they believe was forgedly won by the democratic party. But the government says tempering with the ballot box will be unconstitutional and standing firm.

Greece and turkey have spoken of a big step forwards in their relations. During the visit to Greece by the Turkish Prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a joint statement by the two leaders said it will strengthen peace and stability in the region. There was a joint meeting of cabinet ministers which will become an annual event. Under arrangement is agreement covering illegal immigration, the environment, tourism and energy.

The new British Foreign Secretary William Hague has held what he called "very productive talks" with the American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Washington, his first foreign trip since taking office. At a news conference afterwards, both leaders stress their countries' unity and approach on the war in Afghanistan and the need for further sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program.

A British member of parliament has been stabbed. The labour MP Stephen Timms, who was Treasury Minister until the change of government this week was attacked while holding an advice session for constituency in east London. He was taken to hospital with abdominal injuries. But his condition is said not to be life threatening. A young woman has been arrested.

And that's the latest bulletin from BBC News.
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BBC news with Sue Montgomery.

President Barack Obama has angrily accused oil companies of trying to dump the blame over the Gulf of Mexico oil slick, and that would act to change the relationship between the industry and regulators.

"For too long, for a decade or more, there's been a cozy relationship between the oil companies and federal agency that permits them to drill. It seems that permits were too often issued they \\ no more than isurances of safety from the oil companies. That can not and will not happen any more."

Speaking of discussing the huge oil spill with senior advisers, Mr. Obama said the system to prevent such disasters had failed badly. Efforts to stop the oil leak are continuing, but forecasters say that the whether could drive the oil slick shore this weekend.

At least 8 people are known to have died in the latest // violence. This engulfed the Thai capital, Bankok. More than 100 \\ have been wounded. Explosions and gun fire echoed across the city center late into the night as soldiers fought protesters around their fortified camp. The exiled Thai leader, Thaksin Shinawatra, who retains the loyalty of many of hte red-shirt protestors, has urged the authorities to pull back the troops. Richard Harvey is in Bankok.

The government's spokesman has gone on television to try to reassure people. He said that the security forces had only fired when they themselves came under attack, and he said that it would be safe soon, that the whole thing was under control, and that the aim was just to contain the area, not to clear it of protestors. Well, even that is proving a very tough task for the security forces.

Police in Iraq say a suicide bombing at a football stadium has killed at least 10 people, and injured more than 100. It happened in the northern Iraqi town of Tal Afar, near the city of Mosul. From Baghdad, here is Gabriel G.

Police in Tal Afar say that the suicide bomber detonated explosives hidden inside his vehicle near the local stadium where a football match was underway. A crowd of people standing in the entrance to the ground bore the brunt of the blast. Witnesses said that the first bombing was then followed by at least one other explosion. Earlier on Friday, a website linked to al-Qaeda in Iraq announced that it would replace the senior militant who'd been killed last month in a joint operation by Iraqi and US forces. The statement warned of what it called "dark days of blood" to come.

Share prices and the value of the euro have fallen sharply, as investors become concerned that economic measures designed to tackle big debts in Greece, Spain and Portugal were stifled growth in the Eurozone. The euro hit its lowest level against the dollar for 18 months. Stock markets closed more than 3% down in London and Frankfurt, and 4.6% down in Paris. The Spanish stock market in debts closed more than 6% lower.

World news from the BBC.

Tens of thousands of protestors have gathered in the Albanian capital, calling for recount of last year's parliamentary elections, which they claim were rigged. There've come out in support of hunger strikers, who've been count outside the Prime Minister's office in Tirana for the past two weeks. Our Balkan's correpondent Mark Lowen. reports.

This is the second huge demonstration in Tirana in the space of two weeks. The last protest drew tens of thousands, and this one appears to be of the similar scale. Socialist-led opposition activists marched through the streets of the capital, with banners and slogans calling for the government to re-open the ballot boxes from the last-June's general election, which they believe was fortunately won by the Democratic Party. But the government says tampering with the ballot boxes would be unconstitutional, and standing firm.

Greece and Turkey have spoken of a big step toward relations. During a visit to Greece by the Turkish Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a joint statement by the two leaders said they would strengthen peace and stability in the region. There was a joint meeting of capital ministers which would become an annual event, and a range of agreements covering illegal immigration, the environment of tourism and energy.

British new Foreign Secretary William Hague has held what he called "very productive talks" with the American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Washington, his first foreign trip since taking office. At a news conference afterwards, both leaders stressed their countries' unity of approach on the war in Afghanistan, and the need for further sanctions against Iran over its nuclear programme.

A British member of Parliament has been stabbed. The Labor MP, Steven Timms, who was a Treasury Minister until the change of government this week, was attacked while holding an advice session for constituency in east London. He was taken to hopital with abdominal injuries, but his condition is said to not be life-threatening. A young woman has been arrested.

That is the latest bulletin from BBC news.
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BBC news with /

President Barack Obama has angrily accused oil companies of trying to dark the blame over the Gulf of Mexico oil slick and said he would act to change the relationship between the industry and regulators.

For too long, or a decade or more, there has been a close relationship between the oil companies and federal agency that permits them to drop. It seems that permits were too often an issue based on no more than insurances of safety for oil companies. That cannot and will not happen anymore.  

Speaking after discussing the huge oil spill with senior advisors, Mr Obama said the systems to prevent such disasters had failed badly. Efforts to stop the oil leak are continuing, but forecasters say the weather could dry the oil slick ashore this weekend.

At least eight people are known to have died in a latest bout of violence that / the Thai captital Bangkok. More than 100 others have been wounded. Explosions and gunfire echoed across the city center late into the night. As soldiers fought protesters around their  fortified camp. The exile Thai leader Thaksin Shinawatra who retains the loyalty of many of the red-shirt protesters has urged the authorities to pull back the troops. Rachel Harvey is in Bangkok.

The government spokesman has gone on television to try to reassure people. He said the secrurity forces had only fired when they themselves came under attack and he said that it would be safe soon that the whole thing was under control and that the aim was just to contain the area, not to clear it of protesters. Even that was proving a very tough task for the security forces.

Police in Iraq say a suicide bombing at a football stadium has killed at least 10 people and injured more than 100. It happened in the northern Iraqi town of Tal Afar near the city of Mosul. From Bagdad here is /.

Police in Tal Afar say that a suicide bomber detonated explosives hidden inside his vehicle near the local stadium where a football match was underway. A crowd of people stand at the entrance to the ground ball are blunted to the blast. Witnesses said that the first bombing was then followed by at least one other explosion. Earlier on Friday, a website linked to al-Qaeda in Iraq announced that it didn't replace the senior militant who'd been killed last month in a joint operation by Iraqi and US forces. The stateman had warned of what he called dark days of blood to come.

Share prices and the volume of the euro have fallen sharply. As investers become concerned that economic measures designed to tackle big debts in Greece, Spain and Portugal was stifle growth in the euro zone. The euro hasd its lowest level against the dollar for 18 months. Stock markets close more than three percent down in London and Frankfurt and 4.6 percent down in Paris. The Spanish stock market index close more than 6 percent lower.

World News from the BBC

Tens of thousands of protesters have gathered in the Albanian capital calling for a recount of the last year's parliamentary elections which they claim were rigged. There have come out supporters of hunger strikers who have camped outside the Prime Minister's office in Tirana for the last weeks. Our / correspondent reports.

This is the second huge demonstration in Tirana in the space of two weeks. The last protest drew tens of thousands and this one appears to be of a similar scale. Socialist-led opposition activists marched the streests of the capital with banners and slogans calling for the government to reopen the ballot boxes from last June's general election which they believe was forged one by the Democratic Party. But the government says tempering the ballot boxes would be unconstitutional and is standing firm.

Greece and Turkey have spoken of a big step forward in their relations during a visit to Greece by the Turkish Prime Minister/. A joint statement by the two leaders said they would strenthen peace and stability in the region. There was a joint meeting of cabinet ministers which will become an annual event, and a range of agreements covering illegal immigration, the environment, tourism and energy.

The new British Foreign Secretary William Hega has held what he called very productive talks with the American Secretary of State Hilary Clinton in Washington, his first foreign trip since taking office. At a news conference afterwards both leaders stressed their countries' unity of approach on the war in Afghanistan and the need for further sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program.

A British member of parliament has been stemmed, the Labour MP Steven Tims who was a treasury minister until the change of government this week was attacked while holding an advice session for constituency in east London. He was taken to hospital with abdominal injuries but his condition is said not to be life-threatening. A young woman has been arrested.

And that's the latest bulletin from the BBC news.



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BBC news with Sue Montgomery.
President  Barack Obama has angrily accused oil companies of trying to d*k the blame over the Gulf of Mexico oil slike and said he would act to change the relationship between the industry and regulators.

For too long ,for a decade or more,there has been a cozy relationship between the oil companies and the federal agency that permits them to drill.Seems as the permits were too often issued based on no more than assurances of safety from the oil companies. That can not and will not happen any more.
  
Speaking after discussing the huge oil spill with senior advisers,Mr. Obama said the system to prevent such disasters had failed badly.Efforts to stop the oil leak are continuing for the forcasts say the weather could drive the oil slickashore this weekend.

At least 8 people have been known to have died in the latest  b*t of vilence that* the  Thai capital Bankok. More than 100 others have been wounded.Explosions and gunfire echoed accross the city center late into the night,the soldiers fought to protesters around their * camp.The exiled Thai leader* who retains the loyalty of many of the Red Shirts  has urged the  authorities to pull back the troops .* is in Bankok.

THe government spokesman has gone on television to try to reassure people. He said the  security forces had only fight when they themselves came under attack,and he said it would be safe soon and the whole thing would under control, and the aim was to just to contain the area not to clear it of protesters even that is poving  a tough task for the security forces.

Police in Iraq said a suicide bombing at a football stadium has killed at least 10 people and injured more than 100.It happened in the northern Iraqui town of *,near the city of *.From Baghdad, here is *.

Police in *say that a suicide bomber detonated  explosives hid inside a vehicle near the local statium where a football match was on the way.A croud of people standing at the entrance to the ground bore the brunt of the blast.Witenesses said the first bombing was follwed by at least 1 other explosion. Earlier on Fridy awebsite linked to *  in Iraqi announced that they would replace the senior militant, who had been killed last month  in a joint operation by Iraqi and US forces.   The statement warned of what it called dark days of blood to come.

Share prices and  the value of Europe had fallen sharply as investers bacome concerned  that economic measures designed to tackle big debts in Greece ,Spain and * will *growth in the Eurozone.The Euro hit its lowest level against the dollar for 18 months.Stock markets close more than 3% down in London and * and  4.6%  down in Paris.The Spanish  Stock markets has closed more than 6% lower.

World news from the BBC.

Ten of thousands of protesters have gathered in the * capital,calling for a recount of parlimantray elections which they claim were rigged.They have come out in support of hunger strikers who have been camped outside the prime minister's officein * for the past  2 weeks,our correspondent * reports.

This is the 2nd huge demonstration in * in space of 2 weeks.THe last protest drew tens of thousands and this one appears to be of similar scale.Socialist led opposition activists marched to the streets of capital with fo the govern ment to reopen the boxes for the last general election which they  believed was fraudulent won by the Democratic Party.BUt the government says tempering with the ba* boxes would be  unconstitutional and standing firm.

Greece and Thurkey have spoken of a big step forward in  the relations during a visit to Greece by the Turkish Prime Minister* .A joint statement by the two leaders said they would strengthen peace and stability in the region. There was a joint meeting of cabinet ministers which will become an annual event,and a range of agreements covering illegal immigration, the environment, tourism and energy.

The new British Foreign Secretary * has held what he called the very productive talks with the American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Washington,his first foreign trips since taking office. At a news conference afterwards, both leaders stressed their country's unity of approach on the war in Afghanistan and the need for further sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program.

A British member of parliament has been stabbed. The Labour MP * who was a treasuring minister until the change of government this week was attacked to wild holding in advice session for constituency in east London. He was taken to hospital with abdominal * to be life threatening. A young woman has been arrested.

And that's the latest bulletin from BBC News.
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[Homework]BBC 2010-05-15

BBC News with Sue Montegemory
President Barack Obama has angrily accused oil companies of trying to duck the blame over the Gulf of Maxico oil slick and said he would act to change the relationship between the industry and regulators.
For too long,for a decade or more,there's been a cozy relationship between the oil companies and federal agency that permits them to drill.Seems as if permits were too ofen issued based on no more than assurances of sefety from all the companies.That cannot and will not happen any more.
Speaking after discussing the huge oil spill with senior advisers,Mr Obama said the system to prevent such disasters had failed badly.Efforts to stop the oil leak are continuing,but forcasters say the weather could drive the oil leak ashore this weekend.
At least eight people are known to have died on the latest bout of violence that engulfed the Thai capital Bangkok.More than one hundred others have been wounded.Explosions and gun fire echoed across the city center late into the night as soldiers fought protesters around their fortfield camp.The exile Thai leader Thaksin Shinawat who retained the loyalty of many of the red-shirt protesters has urged the authories to pull back the troops.Rachel Harvey is in Bangkok.
The government spokesman has gone on television to try to reensure people.He said that the security forces had only fired when they themselves came under attack.And he said that it would be safe soon,that the whole thing was under control and that the aim was just contained the area,not to clear it of protesters will even that it is proving a very tough task for the security forces.
Police in Iraq say suicide bombing at a football stadium has killed at least ten people and injured more than a hundred.It happened in the northern Iraqi town Tal Afar,near the city of Mosul.From Baghdad here is Gabriel Gatehouse.
Police in Tal Afar say that a suicide bomb detonated explosives hit inside his vehicle near the local stadium where a football match was underway.A crowd of people standing at the entrance to the ground bore the burnt of the blast.Witnesses said the first bombing was then followed by at least one other explosion.Earlier on Friday,a web site linked to Al-Qaeda in Iraq announced they did replace the senior militant who had been killed last month in a joint operation by Iraqi and US forces.The statement warned what it called dark days of blood to come.
Share prices and the value of the euro have fallen sharply as investors have become concerned that economic measures designed to tackle big debts in Greece,Spain and Portugal will stifle growth in the euro zone.The euro has its lowest level against the dollar for 18 months.Stock markets closed more than 3 percent down in London and Frankfort and 4.6 percent down in Paris.The Spanish stock market index closed more than 6 percent lower.
World News from the BBC.
Tens of thousands of protesters have gathered in the Albanian capital,calling for a recount of last year's paliamentary elections,which they claimed were rigged.They have come out in support of hunger strikers who have been camped outside the prime minister's office in Tirana for the past two weeks. Our Balkan's correspondent Mark Lowan reports.
This is the second huge demonstration in Tirana in the space of two weeks. The last protest drew tens of thousands and this one appears to be of similar scale. Socialist led opposition activists marched to the streets of the capital with banners and slogans calling for the government to reopen the ballot boxes from last June's general election which they believe was fraudulent won by the Democratic Party. But the government says tempering with the ballot boxes would be unconstitutional and standing firm.
Greece and Turkey have spoken of a big step forward in the relations during a visit to Greece by the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. A joint statement by the two leaders said they would strengthen peace and stability in the region. There was a joint meeting of cabinet ministers which will become an annual event. And a range of agreements covering illegal immigration, the environment, tourism and energy.
The new British Foreign Secretary William Hague has held what he called the very productive talks with the American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Washington. His first foreign trips since taking office. At a news conference afterwards, both leaders stress their country's unity of approach on the war in Afghanistan and the need for further sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program.
A British member of parliament has been stabbed. The Labour MP Stephen Timms who was a treasuring minister until the change of government this week was attacked to wild holding in advice session for constituency in east London. He was taken to hospital with abdominal injuries, but his condition is said not to be life threatening. A young woman has been arrested.
And that's the latest bulletin from BBC News.  

      

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BBC News with Sue Montgomery.
President Barack Obama has angrily accused oil companies of trying to dark the blame over the Gulf of Mexico oil sleek and said he would act to change the relationship between the industry and regulators.
For too long, for a decade or more, there has been a cozy relation between the oil companies and the federal agency that permits them to drill. Seems as if permits were too often issued based on no more than assurances of safety from the oil companies. That cannot and will not happen anymore.
Speaking after discussing the huge oil spill with senior advisers, Mr. Obama said the system to prevent such disasters had failed badly. Efforts to stop the oil leak are continuing, but forecasters say the weather could drive the oil slick ashore this weekend.
At least eight people are known have died in the latest bout of violence that's engulfed the Thai capital Bangkok. More than 100 others have been wounded. Explosions and gunfire echoed across the city centre late into the night as soldiers fought protesters around their fortified camp. The exiled Thai leader Thaksin Shinawat who retains the loyalty of many of the Red Shirt protesters has urged the authorities to pull back the troops. Rachel Harvey is in Bangkok.
The government spokesman has gone on television to try to reassure people, he said that the security forces had only fired when they themselves came under attack. And he said that it would be safe soon, that the whole thing was under control. And that the aim was just to contain the area, not to clear it of protesters while even that is proving very tough task for the security forces.
Police in Iraq say a suicide bombing at a football stadium has killed at least ten people and injured more than 100. It happened in the northern Iraqi town of Tal Afar, near the city of Mosul. From Baghdad, here is Gabriel Gatehouse.
Police in Tal Afar say that a suicide bomber detonated explosives hit inside his vehicle near the local stadium where a football match was underway. A crowd of people standing at the entrance to the ground bore the brunt of the blast. Witnesses said the first bombing was then followed by at least one other explosion. Earlier on Friday, a website linked to Al-Qaeda in Iraq announced they did replace the senior militant who'd been killed last month in a joint operation by Iraqi and US forces. The statement warned of what it called "dark days of blood to come".
Share price and the value of the euro have fallen sharply as investors become concerned that economic measures designed to tackle big debts in Greece, Spain and Portugal will stifle growth in the eurozone. The euro hit its lowest level against the dollar for 18 months. Stock markets closed more than 3% down in London and Frankfort and 4.6% down in Paris. The Spanish stock market and debts closed more than 6% lower.
World News from the BBC.
Tens of thousands of protesters have gathered in the Albanian capital, calling for a recount of last year's parliamentary elections which they claim were rigged. They have come out in support of hunger strikers who have been camped outside the prime minister's office in Tirana for the past two weeks. Our Balkan's correspondent Mark Lowan reports.
This is the second huge demonstration in Tirana in the space of two weeks. The last protest drew tens of thousands and this one appears to be of similar scale. Socialist led opposition activists marched to the streets of the capital with banners and slogans calling for the government to reopen the ballot boxes from last June's general election which they believed was fraudulent won by the Democratic Party. But the government says tempering with the ballot boxes would be unconstitutional and standing firm.
Greece and Turkey have spoken of a big step forward in the relations during a visit to Greece by the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. A joint statement by the two leaders said they would strengthen peace and stability in the region. There was a joint meeting of cabinet ministers which will become an annual event. And a range of agreements covering illegal immigration, the environment, tourism and energy.
The new British Foreign Secretary William Hague has held what he called the very productive talks with the American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Washington. His first foreign trips since taking office. At a news conference afterwards, both leaders stressed their country's unity of approach on the war in Afghanistan and the need for further sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program.
A British member of parliament has been stabbed. The Labour MP Stephen Timms who was a treasuring minister until the change of government this week was attacked while holding in advice session for constituency in east London. He was taken to hospital with abdominal injuries, but his condition is said not to be life threatening. A young woman has been arrested.
And that's the latest bulletin from BBC News.
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president Barack Obama has angrily accused oil companies of trying to duck the blame over the Gulf of Mexico oil sleek and said he would act to change the relationship between the industry and regulators.

"for too long,for a decade or more,there's been a cozy relationship between the oil companies and the federal agencies that permits them to drill.things that permits were too often issued based on no more ensurences of safty from the oil companies.that cannot and will not happen any more."

the goverment's spokesman has gone on television to try to reassure people.he said the seccurity forces had only fired when they themselves came under attack and he said it would be safe soon that the whole thing was under control and that the aim was to contain the area not to clear it of protesters.even that is proving a very tough task for the security forces.
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