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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's leak 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's 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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President Barack Obama has angryly accused oil companies of trying to dark the blame over the Gulf of Mexico oil slick and said it 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 all companies and fatal agency that permits them to draw.It seems that the permits were too often issued based on no more than assurances and safety from all companies.That cannot and would 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.Effects to stop the oil slick are continuing,but forecast says the weather could drive the oil slick ashore this weekend.
At least 8 people were known to have died in a latest bomb violence ** the Thai capital Bangkok.More than 100 others have been wounded.Explosions and gunfire ** across the city centre late into the night.And soldiers fought protesters around their 40 fired camp.The ** Thai leader ** who retains the loyaties of many of the Red Shirt protesters has ** autorities to put back the troops which ** isn't in Bangkok.
The government spokesman has gone on a television to try ** people.He said the security forces had only fired when they themselves came on reattack.And he said that it would be safe soon,that the all thing was under control,and the aim was just to contain the area not clear off these protesters.Well even that,it is proving a very tough task for the security forces.
...says suicide bombing at the football stadium has killed at least 10 people and injured more than a hundred.It happened in the north of the Iraq ** near the city of **.From Bagdad,here is **.
Police in ** say that the suicide bomb had ** exploded hit inside the vehicle near the local stadium where football match was under way.Had crowd of people standing at the entrance to the ground bomb ** to blast.Witnesses said the first bombing was then followed by at least one other explosion.Early on Friday a wedsite link ** in Iraq annouced that ** replaced senior militant who had been killed last month has joined operation by Iraqi and US forces.The statement warned what it called dark days of blood to come.
Share prices under the volume for Euro have fallen sharply as investors become concerned that the economic measures designed to ** beat debts in Greece,Spain and Portugal were ** for growth in the Eurozone.The Euro hits 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 Spainish stock market in debts closed more than 6% lower.
World News from the BBC.
Tens of thousands of protesters have gathered in ** capital calling for a weekend of last Parliamentary elections which they claim **.They have come out of supporters of hunger strikers who have been camped outside the Prime Minister's office in ** for the past two weeks.... reports.
This is the second huge demostration in ** in the space of two weeks.The last protest ** tens of thousands,and this one appears to be a similar scale.Socialists leader,opposition activists marched through the streets of the capital with banners and slogans calling for the government to reopen the ** boxes for last June general election,which they believe was ** won by the Democratic party.But the government says ** with ** box would be unconstitutional and standing firm.
Greece and Turkey have spoken of big step forward in the relations ** to Greece by the Turkey's Prime Miniter **.A joint statement by the two leaders said they would strengthen peace and stability in the region.It was a joint meeting of ** miniters which would become a ...and range of agreements covering illegal immigrantion,the environment,tourism and energy.
The new British foreign secretary William ** has held what he called very productive talks with the American secretary Hilary Cliton in Washington,his first foreign trips since taking office.At the news conference afterwards,both leaders stress their countries' unity of approach on the war of Afghanistan and the need for further sactions against Iran over its nuclear program.
A British member of Parliament has just been stubbed ,the Labor MP ** who is treasury minister until the change of government this week was attacked to holding and advice section for constituency in London.He was taken to hospital with ** injuries.** condition has said not be life threatening.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 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. Seems as if permits were too often issued based on no more than assurances of safety from the oil companies. That can not and won't happen any more."
Speaking after discussing the huge oil spill with senior advisors, Mr. Obama said the system to prevent such disasters has 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 center late into the night, as soldiers fought protestors around their fortified camp. The exiled Thai leader Thaiksin Shinawat who retains the loyalty of many 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 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 protestors will even that is proving a very though 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 replaced 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 and debts closed more than 6% lower.
World News from the BBC.
Tens of thousands of protestors have gathered in the Albanian capital, calling for a recount of last year's parliamentary elections which them claimed were rigged. They've 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 fraudulently 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 their 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 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 stabbed. The Labor MP Setphen 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 taking to hospital with abdominal injures, 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 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 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 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 said that a suicide bomber detonated explosives hidden 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 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. 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 fraudulently 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 stamped. The Labour MP Stephen Timms who was a treasuring 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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[Homework]BBC 2010-05-15

BBC News with Sue
President Obama has angrily accused oil companies oftrying to dark the blame over the Gulf Mexico oil's leak and said he would beapt to change the relationship between the industry and regulators.
For too long, for decade more, there's been a closerelationship between the oil companies and federal agencies that permit themto drill. Seems that permits were too often issued based on no moreinsurances of safe oil companies. That cannot and would not happen anymore.
Speaking after discussing the huge oil company bill with senioradvisors, President Obama said the system to prevent such disaster has failedbadly. Efforts to stop the oil leaking are continuing, but forecast say the weathercould drive the oil's leak ashore this weekend.
At least eight people were known to die in the latest out ofviolence Thai capital Bangkok. More than one hundred others have been wounded.Explosion and gunfire echoed across the city's center late in the night. Asoldier fought the protesters around their forty five camps. The exiled Thaileader Taliesin, who returns the loyalty of many of his red-shirt protesters,has urged the authority to put back the troops. Witch Harvey is in Bangkok.
The government spokesman has gone a television to assure people.They said the security forces had only fired when they themselves came on anattack. And he said that there would be safe soon, and that the whole thingswere under control. And the aim was just to contain the area not to clear itprotesters. And even that it was proving a very tough task for security forces.
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Share price and the value of euro have fallen sharply. Investorsbecome concern that economics measures designed to tackle big debt in Greece,Spain and Portugal would stifle growth in the euro-zone. Theeuro has its lowest value against dollar in eight month. Stock markets closedmore than three percent down in the London and Frankfort and four point sixpercent downing in Paris. Market in debts closed more than six percent lower. Worldnews from the BBC.
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Greece and Turkey have spoken a big step forward the relations. Duringvisits by Turkey's Prime Minister M, a joint statement by the two leaders saidthey would strengthen peace and stability in this region. There was ajoint meeting of capital ministers which will become a usual event. And rangeagreement covering illegal emigration, the environmental tourism andenergy.
The new British foreign secretary William H has held what hecalled very productive talks with American secretary of state Hilton Clinton inWashington, his first foreign trip since he taking office. At news conferenceafterwards both leaders stress their country's unity of approach on the warof Afghanistan and they need further new sanctions against Iran over itsnew nuclear program.
A British member of parliament has been stumped, the labor M PSteven T who was treasury minister until the change of the government this weekwas attack wide holding he was taken to hospital at D hospitals. And thecondition was said not to be life threatening. The young woman wasunder arrested.

  
                                                   
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President Barak Obama has angrily accused oil companies of trying to dock the blame over the Gulf of Mexico oil spillage and said he would apt to change the relationship between the industry and regulators. "For too long, for decade or more, there has been a cozy relationship between oil companies and federal agencie that permits them to drill. It seems that permits are too often issued based on no more assurances of safty from oil companies. That cannot and will not happen any more. Speaking after discussing the huge oil spill with senior advisors,  Mr. Obama said system to prevent such disasters failed badly. Efforts to stop the oil leak are continuing, but forecasts say the weather could drive the oil's leak ashore this weekend.
At least eight people are known to have died in lastest altra of violence that engulf the Tai capital Bangkok. More than 100 officers has been wounded. Explosions and gunfire echoed across the city center late into the night. A sodier just fought protesters around their fortified camp. The / Tai leader Tachin /  who retains the loyalty of many of the red shirts protesters has urged the authorities to pull back the troops. Richard Harvey is in Bangkok. The government spokesman has gonna television to try 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 whole thing has come under control and the aim was just to contain the area not to clear it's protestors, even that is proving very tough task for security forces.
Police in Iraq said suiside bombing at a football stadium has killed at least 10 people and injured more than 100. It happened in a northern Iraqi town of / near the city of /  From Bagdad, here is /  Police in Terlafa say suiside bomb adatinated explodsives hiden inside a viecheal near the local stadium where a football match was under way. A crowd of people standing at the entrance to ground  ball the brunt of the blast. Witnesses say first bombing was followed then by at least one other explosion. Earlier on Friday, a website linked to Al-Qaeda in Iraq announced it replaced a senior militant who had been killed last month in a  joint operation by Iraqi and US forces. The statement warned what he called the dark days blood to come.
Share prices and the value of Euro has fallen sharply as investors become concerned that economic measures designing to tackle big debts in Greece, Spain and Portugal was die for growth in Euro zone. The Euro hit its lowest level against dollar for almost 18 month. Stoke markets closed more than 3 percent down in London and / 4.6 down in Paris. The spanish stoke markets in / closed more than 6 percent lower

World News from the BBC.

Tens of thousands of protestors have gathered in the Arbanian capital calling for a weekend for the last year's parliament election, wishing their claim will read. There have come out the support of hunger strikers who have been conter outside the prime mininster's office in / for the past two weeks. Our / correspondent / reports. This is the second huge demonstration in / in space of two weeks. The last protest drew tens of thousands and this one appears to be the similar scale. OppositionSocialist-led activists marched to the streets of capital with banners and slogans calling for the government to re-open the ballor boxes from the last june's general election which they believe was fortunately won by the democratic party. But government says the tempering with ballad 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 Turkish prime mininster / . A joint statement by the two leaders said it will strengthen peace and stability in the region. There was a joint meeting of cabinate mininsters which will become an anual event and the range of the agreement covering illegal immigration, environment, tourism and energy.
The new British Foregin Secretary /  has held what he called very productive talks with the American Secretary of State Hilary Clinton in Washington, his first foregin trips since taking office. At the news conference afterward both leaders stressed their country's unity of approach on war of Afghanistan and the need for further sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program.
A British Member of Parliament has just been stabbed. The labour MP Steven Tims who is the treasury mininster in two of the change of the government this week was attackede toward holding vice session constituents in London. He was taken to hospital with abdominal injuries but has conditions said not to be life threatening. A young woman has been arrested.

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President Barrack 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, for a decade and more, there has been a cosy relationship between the oil companies and federal agency that permits them to drill. Seems as permits will too often issue based on no more than insurances of safety from oil companies. That can not and would 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 forecaster said the weather could drive the oil slick short/ashore this weekend.



At least eight people are known to have died in latest bout of violence that's in Gulf of Thai Capital Bangkok. More than 100 officers have been wounded. Explosions and gun fire echoed across the city center late into the night as soldiers forced protestors around their fortified camp; the exile Thai leader Tahsin Chiliwat who retains the loyalty, many of Red-Shirt protestors has urged the authorities to pull back the troops. R.H. is in Bangkok.



The government’s spokesman has gonna on television to try reinsure people, he said that security forces had only fired when they themselves came under attack, and he said that would be safe soon, that their whole thing was under control, and the aim was just to contain the area, not to clear of protestors will even that is proving a very tuff task for the security forces.



Police in Iraq said 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 Talafer, near the city of Mosul. From Baghdad, here is G.G.



Police in Talafer said the suicide bomber detonated explosives, hit inside his vehicle near the local stadium where a football match was underway. A crown of people standing in the entries to the ground board brunt the blast. Witness said the first bombing was then followed by at least one other explosion.

Earlier on Friday, a website liked to Al-Qaeda in Iraq announced it will replace the series of militant that had been killed last month in the joint operation by Iraqi and US forces. The State warned what he called dark days of blood to come.



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



World news from BBC.



Tens of thousands protestors have gathered in the Obenia Capital, calling for a recount of last year's parliamentary election which they claimed were rigged. They have come out supporter of hunger strikers who have been counted out side the prime ministers office in Tirana for the past two weeks. Our Boken correspondent Mark Roner reports.



This is the second huge demonstrations in R.R in the space of two weeks. The last protest drew tens and thousands and this one appears to be a similar scale. Socialist led opposition activists marched to the street of capital with banners and slogans calling for a 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 ballot boxes would be unconstitutional and standing firm.



Greece and Turkey have spoken of big step forward in the relations during a visit to Greece but the Turkish Prime Minister E.W. A joint statement but the two leaders said it would strengthen peace and stability in the region. There was a joint meeting of cabinet ministers which would become annual event. And a range 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 American secretary state Hillary Clinton in Washington. It's the first foreign trip since taking office. At news conference after words both leaders stress their countries unity of approach on the warning of Afghanistan. And the leader for further sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program.



A British member of parliament has been stabbed, the Labor and peace Steven Terms who was treasury minister until the change of government this week, was attacked to wild holding in a vice session for constituent in east London. He was taken to hospital with abdominal injury. But his condition is said not to be life threading, the 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 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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President Barack Obama has angrily accused oil companies of trying to duck the blame over the Gulf Mexico oil sleak and he said he would act to change the relationship between the industry and regulators.

For too long, for a decade or more, there has been 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 little more than assurances of safety from the oil companies. That cannot and would not happen any more.

Speaking after discussing of the huge oil spill with senior advisors, Mr. Obama said the system that prevents such disasters had failed badly. Efforts to stop the oil leak are continuing. But forecast says that weather can drive the oil ashore this weekend.

At least 8 people known to have died in the latest bout of violence that engulf Thai capital, Bangkok. More than 100 others have been wounded. Explosion, gunfire echoed across city center late into the night. Sodiers fought protester around the 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.

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

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

Police in Tal Afar said the suiside bomber detonated explosive hidden inside the vehicle near the local stadium where football match in under way. A crowd of people standing at the entrance to the ground bore the brunt of the blast. Witness said the first bombing was then followed by at least one other explosure. Earlier on Friday, a websitelinked to Al-qaeda in Iraq announced that they did replace senior militants who have been killed last month in a joint operation by Iraqi and U.S forces. The statement warned what it called dark days of blood to come.

Share prices and value of Euro have falled sharply as investors concerned economic measures designed to takcle big bebts in Greece, Spain and Portugal would stifle growth in the Eurozone. The Euro hit the lowest level against US dollar for 18 months. Stock market closed more than 3% down in London and Frankfort and 4.6 points down in Paris. The Spanish stock market index closed more than 6% lower.

Tens of thousands of protesters gathered in the Albania capital, calling for recount of last year's parliamentary election, which they claimed were rigged. They came out in support of hunger striker who have camped outside the Prime Minister's office for the last two weeks.

This is the second huge demonstration in Tirana in the space of two weeks. The last drew tens of thousands and this one appears to be similar scale. Socialist led opposition activist marched to the streets of capital with banners and slogans, calling for the government to re-open the ballot boxes from last January election which they believed was fraudulently won by Demoncratic Party. But the government said tempering of ballot boxes would be unconsitutional and standing firm.

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

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

A British member of Parliament has been stabbed. The labor MP Stephen Timms who was treasury minister until the change of government this week was attacked while holding advisory session for constituency in east London. He was taken to hospital with abdominal injury but his condition is said to be not life-threatening. A yoound woman has been arrested.
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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 ,for a decade or more,there has been a cosy 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 advisors, 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 slick ashore this weekend.

At least eight people are known to have died in the latest bout of vilence that has engulfed the Thai capital Bangkok. More than one hundred others have been wounded. Explosions and gunfire echoed accross the city center late into the night and soldiers fought protestors around their fortified camp. The exiled Thai leader Thaksin Shinawatra who retains the loyalty of many of the red shirts protestors has urged the authorities to pull back the troops .@@ 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 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 ten people and injured more than a hundred. It happened in the northern Iraqi town of Tal Afar, near the city of Mosul. From Baghdad, here is @@.
Police in Tal Afar say that a suicide bomber detonated explosives hid inside his vehicle near the local statium where a football match was on the way. A crowd of people standing at the entrance to the ground bore the brunt of the blast. Witenesses said the first bombing was then follwed by at least one other explosion. Earlier on Friday a website linked Al-Qaida in Iraq 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 investors become concerned that economic measures designed to tackle big debts in Greece,Spain and Portugal would stifle growth in the Euro Zone. The Euro hit its lowest level against the dollar for eighteen months. Stock markets closed more than three percent down in London and Frankfurt and four point six percent down in Paris. The Spanish stock market index closed more than six percent lower.

World news from the BBC.

Ten of thousands of protestors 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 @@ 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. 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 believed was fraudulent won by the Democratic Party. But the government says tempering with 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 treasury minister until the change of government this week was attacked to a holding in advice session for constituency in east London. He was taken to hospital with abdominal injurious 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 SG.

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’s 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 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 8 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 gun fire echoed across the city center late into the night as soldiers fought protesters around their fortified camp. The exiled Thai leader TS who retains the loyalty of many of the Red-shirt protesters has urged the authorities to pull back the troops. RH 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 proved 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 TL near the city of Mosul. From Baghdad here is MG.
Police in TL 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 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 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 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 Euro zone. 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 index 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 camped outside the Prime Minister’s office in T for the past 2 weeks. Our Balkan’s correspondent MR reports.
This is the second huge demonstration in T in the space of 2 weeks. The last protesters drew tens of thousands and this one appeared to be of a similar scale. Socialists-lead 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 believed was fraudulently 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 the Greece by the Turkish Prime Minister ED. A joint statement by the 2 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 WH has hailed 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 program.

A British member of parliament has been stabbed. The Labor MP JT who was the 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 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 index 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 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 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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president ..has angrily accused oil companies of trying to duck the blame over the gulf of mexican oil's leak 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 agency that permits them to drill. seems that the permits were too often issued based on low more than insurances of safety from the oil companies . that can not 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's leak sure this weekend.
at least 8 people are known to have died in the latest battle of violence that 's engulf ? 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 protesters around their fortified ?camp,the exile thai leader ..who returns the loyalty of many of the red shirt protesters has urged the authorities to pull back the troops .R.H is in bangkok.
the govn't's spokesman has gone on televisions 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 their aim was just to contain the area not to clear it off protesters ,even that , it's proving a very tough task for the security forces .
police in iraq says suicide bombing at a football stadium has killed at least 10 people and injured more than 100

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