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BBC News with Iain Purdon.

European Union finance ministers have accepted the need for sanctions against EU countries which run up too much debt. At a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large state debts and falling confidence in the euro, the ministers agreed to a German call for budget deficits to be brought under control. From Brussels, here is Ben Shore.

Europe's finance ministers have finally indicated how they will try to avoid the debt crisis that Greece has dragged much of the continent into. Amongst other measures, ministers will create a crisis mechanism designed to deal with another EU country that finds itself unable to pay its debts. Stronger economic governance will also ensure countries are honest about their budget numbers. In presenting the results of his first task force meeting, the President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy emphasized that although the process had only just begun, there was a strong political will to improve the management of the European economy.

A car bomb in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at a market in a town north of Baghdad. And police said more than 50 people were wounded in the attack. Jim Muir reports from Baghdad.

The bomb went off in the early evening in the mainly Shia town of Khalis, about 80 kilometres north of Baghdad. The car containing the explosives had been parked in front of a café in a busy street market. It was detonated at the time when the area was sure to be crowded with people taking advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such indiscriminate attacks against Shia areas have been a feature of the recent violence apparently aimed at provoking a sectarian reaction against Sunnis.

The education board in the US state of Texas is due to vote on proposed changes to the school curriculum which critics say will politicize teaching. Religious Republicans on the board had been accused of trying to force their right-wing views into textbooks. But they say they are trying to correct an existing liberal bias. James Read reports.

The Texas Education Board has become the latest battleground in the ideological struggle between liberals and conservatives. The proposals being debated include teaching that the United Nations could be a threat to American freedom and that the Founding Fathers may not have intended a complete separation of church and state. They could also revise the way slavery and the civil rights movement that covered. The board's decisions won't just affect how nearly five million students in Texas are taught, they'll also set a template for textbooks that could be used across the entire United States.

The US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has arrived in China where she is expected to try to persuade the government to take a more critical approach to North Korea for the sinking of a South Korean warship. Earlier, she said the evidence that the ship had been struck by a North Korean torpedo was overwhelming and scientific. Any action against North Korea at the UN will require China's backing.

World News from the BBC.

The Obama administration has defended itself against accusations that it hasn't done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At a news conference, President Obama's spokesman Robert Gibbs said they had applied the utmost pressure on BP, which is struggling to contain the spill.

"We have taken every step. We have pushed relentlessly for BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking, to deal with both the environmental and the economic impacts of what, as the president said today, is unquestionably a disaster."

Morocco has defended its decision to expel a number of westerners over the past few months. The government accused them of trying to convert Muslims to Christianity. Our religious affairs correspondent Christopher Landau reports.

The Moroccan constitution defends freedom of worship for non-Muslim citizens, but attempting to convert Muslims to other faiths is against the law. Ahmed Toufiq, the Moroccan Minister for Islamic Affairs, told the Reuters news agency that expelled foreigners had been undermining public order. He said that some hide their proselytism and religious activism under the guise of other activities.

Prosecutors at a trial in France arising from the crash of an Air France Concorde in Paris 10 years ago have asked for a suspended prison term for the former head of the plane's development programme Henri Perrier. Mr Perrier has said he would not accept being held responsible.

Leaders of the Olympic and World Anti-Doping organizations have challenged the American cyclist Floyd Landis to produce hard evidence to back up his claim that the seven-time winner of Tour de France Lance Armstrong took performance-enhancing drugs. The President of the International Olympic Committee Jacques Rogge said Landis couldn't condemn Armstrong without proof.

BBC News.

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BBC news with Ane Perton
European Union's Finance Minister has accepted the need for sanctions against EU countries which ran up too much in debt. As a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large state debts and falling confidence in the Euro, the ministers agree to a German call for budget deficits to be brought onto control. From Brussels here in Ban Shore.

Europe financial ministers have finally indicated how they would try to the debt crisis the Greece has drag too munch the continent into. Amongst other measures, ministers who create a crisis mechanism design to deal with the northern EU country who finds itself unable to pay its debts. Stronger economic governance will censure countries are honest to about their budget numbers. In presenting the results of this first task force meeting, the president of the European Council Hamon Van Ronpoy emphasis that although the crisis had only just began, there is a strong political will to improve the management to the European economy.

A car bomb in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at a market in the town north of Baghdad. And police said more than 50 people will wounded in the attack. Jermill reports form Baghdad. The bomb went off in the early evening in the Miglisher, town of Haleis, about 80 kilometers north of Baghdad. The car containing the explosives have been parked in front of a café in a busy street market. It was desolated at the time when the area was sure to be crowded with people taking the advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such indiscriminate attacks against Shiah areas have been the feature of the recent violence. A proudly aimed provoking aside ## reaction against Sunnites.

The education board in the US state of Texas has due to vote on propose changes to the school curriculum which critics say will politicize teaching. Religious Republicans on the board have been accused to trying to force their right to infuse the text book, but they say they are trying to correct the existing liberal bias. Thames Jury reports.
The Texas education board has become the latest battle ground in the ideological struggle between the Liberals and Conservatives. The proposal being debated include teaching that United Nations to be a threat to American freedom, and that the founding fathers may not have intended a complete separation of church in state. They could also revise the way slavery and civil rights movements have covered. The board's decisions want to just affect nearly 5 million students in Texas are taught. They also set the template for text books that could be used across the entire
United States.

The US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton has arrived in China where she expected to try to persuade the government to take a more critical approach to North Korea for the sinking of a South Korean warship. Earlier she said the evidence that the ship have been strike by a North Korean torpedo was # unscientific. And the actions against North Korea an the UN will require China's backing.

World News from the BBC

The Obama administration has defended itself against accusations that it hasn't done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At news conference, president Obama spokesman Robert Gifts said they had apply the utmost pressure on BP, which is struggling to contain the spill.
"We have taken every step we have pushed relentlessly for BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking, to deal both with environment and economic impacts of what is the present sit today is unquestionably a disaster."

Morocco has defended its decision to expel a number of westerners over the past few months. The government accused they of trying to convert Muslims to Christianity. Our religious affairs correspondent Critofe Lando reports.
The Moroccan constitution defends the freedom of worships of no Muslim citizens but attempting to convert Muslims to other faiths is against the law. Ahkeman Tofeek, the Moroccan minister to Islamic affairs, told the Reuters News Agency that expelled foreigners had been undermining public order. He said that some hide their positive and religious activism under the guide of other activities.

Prosecutors have trail in France arising from the crash of Air France concord in Paris 10 years ago have asked for a suspended prison term for the former head of the plane's development program on repairing. Mr.Pariater said he would not accept being how to responsible.

Leaders of the Olympic and NCO world antidoping organizations have challenged the American psycholist Floyd Landers to produce hard evidence to backup his claim that the seven time winner of Tour De France Lens Armstrong to performance in having drugs. The president of the international Olympic committee Jacque Rogge said Landers couldn't condemn Armstrong without prove.
BBC news.
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BBC news with Iain Purdon.

European Union Financement says it accepted the need for sanction against EU countries which run up too much debt. At a meeting in Brazil how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large debt falling confidence in the Euro. The Minister agreed to a German call for budget deficits to be brought on the control. From Brazil here is Ben Shaw.

Euro’s Finance Minister finally indicated how they would try to avoid the debt crisis that Greece try to march the continent into. Among the other measures, minister would creat a crisis mechanism designed to deal with another EU country. The finance itself is unable to pay its debts. Stronger  economic governments will also ensure countries are honest about their budget numbers. In presenting itself of its first task-force meeting,the president to the European Council Herman Van Rompuy emphasised that although the process had only just begun, there was a strong political will to improve the management of the European economy.

A car bomb in Iraq had killed at least 20 people at a market in the town north of Bagdad. A police said more than 50 people will be wounded in the attack. Jim Muir reports from Bagdad.

The bomb went off in the early evening in the mainly Shiite town of Khalis ,about 80 kilometers north of Bagdad. The car containing the explosives had been parked in front of a cafe in a busy street market, it was designated at the time when the area was sured to be crowd with people,taking advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such attack against Shiite areas have been featured of the recent violence,aimed at provoking a sectarial action against Sunesis.

The education board in the US state of Texas due to vote on propose changes to the school’s curriculum which critics say will politicise teaching. Religious republicans on the board had been accused of trying to force their right wings views into textbooks. But they say they are trying to correct existing liberal bias. James Reed reports.

The Texas’ education board has become the latest battle ground in the idealogical struggle between Liberals and Conservatives. The proposal’d been debated including teaching that United Nations could be a threat to American freedom and that founding fathers may not have intended a complete separation of church and state. They could also revise the way slavery and civil rights movement covered. The board’s decisions vouched the fact how nearly five million of students in Texas at all. There also set a template for textbooks. That could be used across the entire United States.

The US Secretary of States Hilary Clinton has arrived in China where she expected to try to persuade the government to take more critical approach to North Korea for the sinking of a South Korean warship. Earlier she said the evidence that the ship been struck by North Korean torpedo was over-whelming and scientific. In the action againt North Korea at UN would require China’s backing.

World new from the BBC.

The Obama’s administration has defended itself against accusations that it hasn’t done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At a news conference,Mr Obama’s spokesman Robert Gibbs said they had applied the atmost pressure on BP which is struggling to contain the spill.

We have taken every step,we have pushed relentlessly for BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking,to deal with both environmental and economic impacts of what is the president said today is unquestionably a disaster.

Morocco has defended its decision to expell a number of westerners over the past few months. The government accused/ convert Muslims to Christianity. Our religious-affair correspondent Christopher Landor reports.

The Morocco consititution defends freedom of worship for non-Muslim citizens,but it attempting to convert Muslims to other fates is against the law. The Morocco Minister through Islamic affairs told the Reuters News Agency that its expelled foreigner had been undermining the public order. He said that some hide their/ and religious activism under the guise of other activies.

Prosecutors of trial in France arising from the crash of Air France Concorde Paris ten years ago have asked for a suspended prison term for the former head of the plane’s development program on Henri Perrier. Mr Perrier said he would not accept been held responsible.

Leaders of the Olympic world anti-doping organizations have challenged the American cyclist Floyd Landis to produce hard evidence to back up his claim that 7-time winner of the tour of France Lance Armstrong took performance in drugs. The president of the international Olympic Committee Jacques Rogge said Landis couldn’t condemn Armstrong without prove, BBC news.
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BBC news with Am Petron

the European Union finance minister has accepted the need for sanctions against EU countries which run up too much debt. at the meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crises caused by large date debts in falling confidents in the Euro. The minister of Greek in German call for the budget deficits to be brought under control. From Brussels here is Ben Shore.

Europe financial minister has finally indicated how they would try avoid the debt crises that Greece strike much of the continent into. A month after measures minister create a crisis mechanism deal with another EU countries and funds for those unable to pay the debts. Stronger economic government will show sensual  counties’ honest about budget numbers. In presenting these result of first task of meeting, the president of European council _ emphasized that all the processes only just began.  There was strong political will to improve the management of the European economy.

A car bomb in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at the market in the town north of Bagdad. The police say more than 30 people were wounded in the attack. G M reports from Bagdad.

The bomb went off in the early evening at mainly Shiite town of Harlots about 80 km north of Bagdad. The car with explosives have been park in the front of café in the busiest market. It was detonated at the time when the area was shot be crowd  with people taking advantage with evening cool after the heat of the day. Such indiscriminant attacks against Shiite areas have been featured of recent violence appointly aimed provoking Tehran eruption against Suddenness.

The education abroad in the US state of Taxes are due to vote on changing school’s curriculum which critics say will politicized teaching. Religes of republicans on the broad have been accused of trying to force their right-wing views  into text books. They say that they are trying to correct insisting liberal bias. James Read reports.

The Taxes education broad has become the latest battle ground in the ideological struggle between Liberalist and Conservatives. The proposal have being debated including  teaching that the United Nations could be a threat to American freedom. And the founding fathers may not attendant a complete separation of the church in state. They can also revived the way of slavery and a civil rights movements covered. The broad’s decision won’t effect how nearly 5 million students in Taxes at all. They will also set a template for text books. They could be used in entire United State.

The US secretary of State Hillary Clinton has arrived in China where she expected to persuade the government take a critical approach to north Korea for sinking of south Korea warship. Earlier she said the evidence that the ship have been struck by a north Korea torpedo was overwhelming and unscientific. And the action against North Korea of the UN will require china’s backing.


World news from the BBC

The Obama administration has defended himself against accusation that he hasn’t done enough to deal with the oil spill in the gulf of Mexico. At a news conference president Obama spokesman Robert Gibbs said they have applied the autemose pressure on the BP with is struggling to contain this spill.

We have taking every step. We have pushed wsly for BP to do what is necessary to contain what is slicking to do with both the environmental economic impacts of  what as presents today was unquestionably a disaster.

Morocco has defended its decision to expel a number of westerners over the past few months. The government accused they of trying to convert Muslims to Christianity. Our religious affairs correspondent Critofe Lando reports.
The Moroccan constitution defends the freedom of worships of no Muslim citizens but attempting to convert Muslims to other faiths is against the law. Ahkeman Tofeek, the Moroccan minister to Islamic affairs, told the Reuters News Agency that expelled foreigners had been undermining public order. He said that some hide their positive and religious activism under the guide of other activities.

Prosecutors have trail in France arising from the crash of Air France concord in Paris 10 years ago have asked for a suspended prison term for the former head of the plane's development program on repairing. Mr.Pariater said he would not accept being how to responsible.

Leaders of the Olympic and NCO world antidoping organizations have challenged the American psycholist Floyd Landers to produce hard evidence to backup his claim that the seven time winner of Tour De France Lens Armstrong to performance in having drugs. The president of the international Olympic committee Jacque Rogge said Landers couldn't condemn Armstrong without prove.

BBC news.
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BBC News with Aim Perton

European Union finance ministers have excepted the need for sanctions against EU countries which run up too much debt. At a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large state debts and falling confidence in the euro, the ministers agreed to a German call for budget deficit to be brought under control. From Brussels, here's Burchall.

Europe's finance ministers have finally indicated how they will try to avoid the debt crisis that Greece has dragged much of the continent into. Amongst other measures, ministers will create a crisis mechanism designed to deal with another EU country that finds itself unable to pay its debts. Stronger economic governments will also ensure their countries are honest about their budget numbers. In presenting results of his first task force meeting, the president of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, emphasized that although the process has only just begun, there was a strong political will to improve the management of the European economy.

A car bomb in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at a market in the town north of Bagdad. The police said more than 50 people were wounded in the attack. Jim Miral reports from Bagdad.

The bomb went off in the early evening in the middle of Shia town of Khalis about 80 kilometers north of Bagdad. The car containing the explosives had been parked in front of a cafe in a busy street market. It was detonated at a time when the area was sure to be crowded with people taking advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such indiscriminitive attacks against Shia areas had been featured with recent violence apparently aimed at provoking a sectarian reactions against Sunnis.

The Education Board in the US state of Texas is due to vote on proposed changes to the school curriculum which critics say will politicize teaching. Religious Republicans on the board have been accused of trying to force their right-wing views into textbooks, but they say they are trying to correct the existing liberal bias. James Rid reports.

The Texas Education Board has become the latest battleground in the ideological struggle between Liberals and Conservatives. The proposals being debated, include teaching that United Nations could be a threat to American freedom and that the founding fathers may not have intended a complete separation of church and state. They could also revise the way slavery and the civil rights movement are covered. The board's decisions won't just affect nearly 5 million students in Texas at all but also set a template for textbooks that could be used across the entire United States.

The US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has arrived in China where she is expected to try to persuade the government to take a more critical approach to North Korea for the sinking of a South Korea warship. Earlier she said the evidence that the ship had been struck by a North Korean torpedo was overwhelming and scientific, and actions against North Korea by the UN will require China's backing.

World news from the BBC

The Obama administration has defended itself against accusations that it hasn't done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At a news conference, President Obama's spokesman Robbert Gates said they had applied the utmost pressure on BP which is struggling to contain the spill.

We have taken every step. We have pushed relentlessly for BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking to deal with both environmental and economic impacts of what as the President said today is unquestionably a disaster.

Morocco has defended its decision to expel a number of westerners over the past few months. The government accused them of trying to convert Muslims to Christianity. Our religious affairs correspondent, Christopher reports

The Moroccan constitution defends freedom of worship for non-Muslim citizens but attempting to convert Muslims to other faiths is against the law. Ahmed Toufiq,the Moroccan minister for Islamic affairs told the Reuters news agency that its expelled foreigners had been undermining public order. He said that some hide their proselytism and religious activism under the guides of other activists.

Prosecutors of a trial in France arising from the crash of an Air France Concorde in Paris ten years ago have asked for a suspended prison term for former head of the plane's development program Henry Perrier. Mr Perrier has said he would not accept being held responsible.

Leaders of the Olympic and the World Anti-Doping Organizations have chanced the American cyclist Floyd Landis to produce hard evidence to back up his claim that the seven-time winner of Tour De France Lance Armstrong took performance-enhancing drugs. The president of the International Olympic Committee Jacques Rogge said Landis couldn't condemn Armstrong without proof.

BBC news.

task force 特遣部队,特别小组
apply pressure 施加压力
proselytism n.改变宗教信仰

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BBC news with Ane Perton
European Union's Finance Minister has accepted the need for sanctions against EU countries which ran up too much in debt. As a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large state debts and falling confidence in the Euro, the ministers agree to a German call for budget deficits to be brought onto control. From Brussels here in Ban Shore.

Europe financial ministers have finally indicated how they would try to the debt crisis the Greece has drag too munch the continent into. Amongst other measures, ministers
would create a crisis mechanism design to deal with another EU country who finds itself unable to pay its debts. Stronger economic governance will also
censure countries are honest to about their budget numbers. In presenting the results of this first task force meeting, the president of the European Council Hamon Van Ronpoy emphasis that although the crisis had only just began, there is a strong political will to improve the management to the European economy.

A car bomb in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at a market in the town north of Baghdad. And police said more than 50 people will wounded in the attack. Jermill reports form Baghdad.

The bomb went off in the early evening in the Miglisher, town of Haleis, about 80 kilometers north of Baghdad. The car containing the explosives had been parked in front of a café in a busy street market. It was detonated at the time when the area was short to be crowded with people taking the advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such indiscriminative attacks against Shiah areas have been the feature of the recent violence. A proudly aimed provoking aside ## reaction against Sunnites.

The education board in the US state of Texas has due to vote on
proposed changes to the school curriculum which critics say will politicize teaching. Religious Republicans on the board have been accused to trying to force their right-wing views into text books, but they say they are trying to correct the existing liberal bias. Thames Jury reports.


The Texas education board has become the latest battle ground in the ideological struggle between the Liberals and Conservatives. The proposals being debated include teaching that United Nations to be a threat to American freedom, and that the founding fathers may not have intended a complete separation of church in state. They could also revise the way slavery and civil rights movements have covered. The board's decisions want to just affect nearly 5 million students in Texas are taught. They also set the template for text books that could be used across the entire United States.”

The US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton has arrived in China where she expected to try to persuade the government to take a more critical approach to North Korea for the sinking of a South Korean warship. Earlier she said the evidence that the ship have been strike by a North Korean torpedo was
overwhelming and scientific. And the actions against North Korea at
the UN will require China's backing.

World News from the BBC

The Obama administration has defended itself against accusations that it hasn't done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At news conference, president Obama spokesman Robert Gifts said they had
applied
the utmost pressure on BP, which is struggling to contain the spill.

"We have taken every step we have pushed relentlessly for BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking, to deal both with environment and economic impacts of what
as the present said
today is unquestionably a disaster."

Morocco has defended its decision to expel a number of westerners over the past few months. The government accused
them
of trying to convert Muslims to Christianity. Our religious affairs correspondent Critofe Lando reports.
The Moroccan constitution defends the freedom of worships of non-Muslim citizens but attempting to convert Muslims to other faiths is against the law. Ahkeman Tofeek, the Moroccan minister to Islamic affairs, told the Reuters News Agency that the expelled foreigners had been undermining public order. He said that some hide their positivism
and religious activism under the guide of other activities.

Prosecutors have
the trail in France arising from the crash of an
Air France concord in Paris 10 years ago have asked for a suspended prison term for the former head of the plane's development program on repairing. Mr.Pariater said he would not accept being how to responsible.

Leaders of the Olympic and NCO world
anti-doping organizations have challenged the American psycholist Floyd Landers to produce hard evidence to back up his claim that the seven time winner of Tour De France Lens Armstrong to performance enhancing drugs. The president of the international Olympic committee Jacque Rogge said Landers couldn't condemn Armstrong without proof.
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BBC news with Ane Perton
European Union's Finance Minister has accepted the need for sanctions against EU countries which ran up too much in debt. As a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large state debts and falling confidence in the Euro, the ministers agree to a German call for budget deficits to be brought onto control. From Brussels here in Ban Shore.

Europe financial ministers have finally indicated how they would try to the debt crisis the Greece has drag too munch the continent into. Amongst other measures, ministers will create a crisis mechanism design to deal with the northern EU country who finds itself unable to pay its debts. Stronger economic governance will censure countries are honest to about their budget numbers. In presenting the results of this first task force meeting, the president of the European Council Hamon Van Ronpoy emphasis that although the crisis had only just began, there was a strong political will to improve the management to the European economy.

A car bomb in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at a market in the town north of Baghdad. And police said more than 50 people will wounded in the attack. Jermill reports form Baghdad.


The bomb went off in the early evening in the Miglisher, town of Haleis, about 80 kilometers north of Baghdad. The car containing the explosives, have been parked in front of a café in a busy street market. It was desolated at the time when the area was sure to be crowded with people taking the advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such indiscriminate attacks against Shiah areas have been the feature of the recent violence. A proudly aimed provoking a sectarian reaction against Sunnites.

The education board in the US state of Texas has due to vote on propose changes to the school curriculum which critics say will politicize teaching. Religious Republicans on the board have been accused to trying to force their right to inview into text book, but they say they are trying to correct the existing liberal bias. Thames Jury reports.
The Texas education board has become the latest battle ground in the ideological struggle between the Liberals and Conservatives. The proposal being debated include teaching that United Nations to be a threat to American freedom, and that the founding fathers may not have intended a complete separation of church in state. They could also revise the way slavery and civil rights movements have covered. The board's decisions want to just affect nearly 5 million students in Texas are taught. They also set the template for text books that could be used across the entire United States.

The US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton has arrived in China where she expected to try to persuade the government to take a more critical approach to North Korea for the sinking of a South Korean warship. Earlier she said the evidence that the ship has been strike by a North Korean torpedo was over firming and scientific. And the actions against North Korea at the UN will require China's backing.

World News from the BBC

The Obama administration has defended itself against accusations that it hasn't done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At news conference, president Obama spokesman Robert Gifts said they had applied the utmost pressure on BP, which is struggling to contain the spill.
We have taken every step we have pushed relentlessly for BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking, to deal both with environment and economic impacts of what is the present sit today is unquestionably a disaster.


Morocco has defended its decision to expel a number of westerners over the past few months. The government accused them of trying to convert Muslims to Christianity. Our religious affairs correspondent Critofe Lando reports.
The Moroccan constitution defends the freedom of worships of non-Muslim citizens but attempting to convert Muslims to other faiths is against the law. Ahkeman Tofeek, the Moroccan minister from Islamic affairs, told the Reuters News Agency that expelled foreigners had been undermining public order. He said that some hide their positive and religious activism under the guides of other activities.

Prosecutors have trail in France arising from the crash of an Air France concord in Paris 10 years ago have asked for a suspended prison term for the former head of the plane's development program on repairing. Mr. Pariater said he would not accept being held to responsible.

Leaders of the Olympic and NCO world ant doping organizations have challenged the American psycholist Floyd Landers to produce hard evidence to backup his claim that the seven time winner of Tour De France Lens Armstrong to performance in having drugs. The president of the international Olympic committee Jacque Rogge said Landers couldn't condemn Armstrong without proof.
BBC news.


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European Union's Finance Ministers have recieved the need for sancitons against EU countries which run up to too much debt. At a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis, caused by large state debts and falling confidence in the euro, the ninisters agreed to a German call for budget deficits to be brought under control. From Brussels this is Ben Shier.
Europe's finance ministers have finally indicated how they would try to avoid the debt crisis that Greek has strike much of the continent into. Amongst other measures, ministers who created magnism designed to deal with another EU country, finds itself unable to pay its debt. Stronger economic governance will also ensure countries are honest about their budget numbers. In presenting results of this full task meeting, the President to the European Concile, Barroso emphasizes that although the crisis has just began there was a strong political will to improve the management of the European economy.

A car bomb in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at a market in a town north of Bagdad. Police said more than 50 people were wounded in the attack. Jim Will reports from Bagdad.
The bomb went off in the early evening in the mainly Shiites town of Harlis, about 80km north of Bagdad. The car containing the explosives has been parked in front of a caffee in a busy street market. It was detonated at a time when the area was shortly crowded with people taking advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such indiscriminated attacks against Shiites areas have been a feature of the recent violence,deadly, provoking and carrying angst against Sunies.

The eduacation board in the US state Texas is due to vote on proposed changes to the school circuriculum, which critics say will politicize teaching. Religious repubicans on the board have been accused of trying to force their right-wing abuse into textbooks. But they say they are trying to correct an existing liberal bias. James Rajor reports.
The Texas education board has become the lastest battle ground in an ideological struggle between liberals and conservatives. The proposals being debated include teaching that the United Nations could be a threat to American freedom, and that the founding faters may not have intended a complete separation of church and state. It could also revise the way of slavery and civil rights movements are covered.The board's decisions won't only affect  how nearly 5000 students in Texas are taught, and also set a template for textbooks that could be used across the entire of the United States.

The US Secretary of State Hillary Cliton has arrived in China where she is expected to try to persuade the government to take a more critical approach in North Korea for the sinking of a South Korean warship. Earlier she said the evidence that the ship has been struck by a North Korean torpedo was overfirming and scientific, and the action against North Korea at the UN will require China's backing.

World news from the BBC.

The Obama administration has defended itself against accusations that it hasn't done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At a news conference President Obama's spokesman Robert Gates said they had applied the utmost pressure on BP which is struggling to contain the spill.
We have taken every step, we have pushed relentlessly for BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking, to deal with the environmental and economic impacts of, what is the president said today,is unquestionably a disaster.

Morocco has defended its decision to expell a number of westerns over the past few months. The government accused the - try to conver Muslims to Christianity . Our religious affarirs correspondent Christopher Lander reports.
The Moroccan constitution defends freedom of worship from non-Muslim citizens that are tempting to convert Muslims to other faith is against the law. Ahmad -- the Moroccan Minister for Islamic affairs told the Reuters news agency that it has expelled foreigners had been undermining public order. He says some hide their postilism religious activism under disguise of other activities.

Procecutors of a trial in France arising from the crash of Airfrance in concord in Paris 10 years ago have asked for a suspended prison term for the former head of the planes development programme Ori Paiat. Mr.Pariat had said he would not accept, being not responsible.

Leaders of the Olympic world anti-dipping organization have challenged the American cyclist Freud Landers to produce hard evidence to back up his claim that 7 time winner of the total France Armstrong to perfomance inhancing drugs. The President of the International Olympic Committee Jac said Landers couldn't  condem Armstrong without proof.
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BBC news with Iain Purdon.

European Union Finance
ministers accepted the need for sanction against EU countries which run up too much debt. At a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large state debts and falling confidence in the Euro. The Ministers agreed to a German call for budget deficits to be brought under
the control. From Brazil here is Ben Shaw.

Europe’s Finance Ministers have finally indicated how they would try to avoid the debt crisis that Greece has drag much of the continent into. Among the other measures, ministers would create a crisis mechanism designed to deal with another EU country that find itself unable to pay its debts. Stronger economic governance will also ensure countries are honest about their budget numbers. In presenting results of its first task force meeting, the president of
the European Council Herman Van Rompuy emphasised that although the process had only just begun, there was a strong political will to improve the management of the European economy.

A car bomb in Iraq had killed at least 20 people at a market in the town north of Bagdad. A police said more than 50 people will be wounded in the attack. Jim Muir reports from Bagdad.

The bomb went off in the early evening in
a mainly Shiite town of Khalis , about 80 kilometers north of Bagdad. The car containing the explosives had been parked in front of a cafe in a busy street market. It was detonated at the time when the area was sure to be crowded with people, taking advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such indiscriminate attacks against Shiite areas have been a feature of the recent violence, apparently aimed at provoking a sectarian re
action against Sunesis.

The education board in the US state of Texas
is due to vote on proposed
changes to the school’s curriculum which critics say will politicize teaching. Religious republicans on the board had been accused of trying to force their right wing views into textbooks. But they say they are trying to correct the existing liberal bias. James Reed reports.

The Texas’ education board has become the latest battle ground in the
ideological struggle between Liberals and Conservatives. The proposal being debated includes teaching that United Nations could be a threat to American freedom and that founding fathers may not have intended a complete separation of church and state. They could also revise the way slavery and civil rights movement covered. The board’s decisions vouched the fact how nearly five million students in Texas are taught
. There also set a template for textbooks that could be used across the entire United States.

The US Secretary of States Hilary Clinton has arrived in China where she expected to try to persuade the government to take more critical approach to North Korea for the sinking of a South Korean warship. Earlier she said the evidence that the ship be
ing struck by North Korean torpedo was over-whelming and scientific. Any action against North Korea at the
UN would require China’s backing.

World new
s
from the BBC.

The Obama’s administration has defended itself against accusations that it hasn’t done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At a news conference,
President Obama’s spokesman Robert Gibbs said they had applied the utmost
pressure on BP which is struggling to contain the spill.

We have taken every step, we have pushed relentlessly for BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking, to deal with both environmental and economic impacts of what,
as
the president said today, is unquestionably a disaster.

Morocco has defended its decision to
expel a number of westerners over the past few months. The government accused them of trying to
convert Muslims to Christianity. Our religious affair correspondent Christopher Landor reports.

The Morocco constitution defends freedom of worship for non-Muslim citizens, but attempting to convert Muslims to other fates is against the law. ***, the Morocco Minister
through Islamic affairs told the Reuters News Agency that its expelled foreigner had been undermining public order. He said that some hide their post-liberalism
and religious activism under the guise of other activities.

Prosecutors of trial in France arising from the crash of Air France Concorde in Paris ten years ago have asked for a suspended prison term for the former head of the plane’s development program Henri Perrier. Mr Perrier said he would not accept
being
held responsible.

Leaders of the Olympic world anti-doping organizations have challenged the American cyclist Floyd Landis to produce hard evidence to back up his claim that 7-time winner of the tour of France Lance Armstrong took performance in
enhancing drugs. The president of the International Olympic Committee Jacques Rogge said Landis couldn’t condemn Armstrong without proof, BBC news.
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BBC News with Iain Purton.

European Union Finance Minister accepted the need for sanctions against EU countries which run up too much in debt. At a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large state-debts and falling confidence in the euro. The ministers agreed to a German call for budget deficits to be brought under control. From Brussels, here's Ban Shawl.

Europe's finance ministers have far indicated how they would try to avoid the debt crisis that Greece is trying to march the continent into. Amongst other measures, ministers will create a crisis mechanism designed to deal with any other EU country that finds itselves unable to pay its debts. Stronger economic governments rule social countries are honest about their budget numbers. In presenting the result of this first-task meeting, the president of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy emphasizes although the crisis had only just begun, there was a strong political will to improve the management of the European economy.

A car bombing in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at a market in a town north of Baghdad. And police said more than 50 people were wounded in the attack. Jim Muir reports from Baghdad.

The bomb went off in the early evening in the mainly Shi'ite town of * about 18km north of Baghdad. The car containing the explosives had been parked in front of a cafe in the busy street market. It was detonated at a time when the area was sure to crowded with people, taking advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such indiscriminate attacks against Shi'ite areas have been a feature of the recent violence, apparently aimed at provoking sectarian reactions against Sunnis.

The Education Board in the US state of Texas is due to vote on proposing changes to the school curriculum, which critics say will politicize teaching. Religious Republicans on the board have been accused of trying to force their right-twined views into textbooks. But they say they are trying to correct the existing Liberal bias.James * reports.

The Texas Education Board has become the latest battle ground in the ideological struggle between Liberals and Conservatives. The proposals being debated include teaching the United Nations can be a threat to American freedom and the founding fathers may not have intended a complete separation of church and state. The could also revise the ways slavery and civil rights movements are covered. The Board's decisions will just affect how nearly 5 million students in Texas at all. They'll also send the template for textbooks that could be used across the entire United States.

The US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has arrived in China, where she is expected to persuade the government to take a more critical approach to North Korea for the sinking a North Korean warship. Earlier, she said the evidence that the ship had been struck by a North Korean torpedo was overwhelming and scientific. And the action against North Korea at the UN will require China's backing.

World News from the BBC.

The Obama administration has defended itself against accusations that it hasn't done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At a news conference, President Obama's spokesman Robert Gibbs said they had * the  utmost pressure on BP which is struggling to contain the spill.
"We have taken every step. We have pushed relentlessly for BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking, to deal with both economic and environmental impacts of what as the president said today is unquestionably a disaster."

Morocco has defended its decision to expel a number of westerners over the past few months. The government accused them of trying to convert Muslims to Christianity. Our religious affair correspondent Christopher Landau reports.

The Morocco constitution defends freedom of worship for  non-Muslim citizens but attempting to convert Muslims to other faiths is against law. Ahmed Toufiq, the Moroccan Minister for Islamic Affairs, told the Reuters News Agency that the expelled foreigners had been undermining public order. He said some hide their * religious activism onto the guiles  of other activities.

Prosecutors of the trial in France arising from the crash of an Air France concorded in Paris ten years ago have asked a suspended prison term for the former head of the plane's development program * Paria. Mr Paria has said he would not accept being held responsible.

Leaders of the Olympican World Anti-doping Organization have challenged the American cyclist Floyd Landis to produce hard  evidence to back up his claim that the seven-time winner of Tour de France Lance Armstrong took performance enhancing drugs. The president to the International Olympic Committee Jacques Rogge said Landis couldn't condemn Armstrong without proof.

BBC News.




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BBC news with Iain Purdon.
European Union Financement says it accepted the need for sanction against EU countries which run up too much debt. At a meeting in
Brazil how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large debt falling confidence in the Euro. The Minister agreed to a German call
for budget deficits to be brought on the control. From Brazil here is Ben Shaw.
Euro’s Finance Minister finally indicated how they would try to avoid the debt crisis that Greece try to march the continent into. Among the
other measures, minister would creat a crisis mechanism designed to deal with another EU country. The finance itself is unable to pay its
debts. Stronger  economic governments will also ensure countries are honest about their budget numbers. In presenting itself of its first
task-force meeting,the president to the European Council Herman Van Rompuy emphasised that although the process had only just begun,
there was a strong political will to improve the management of the European economy.
A car bomb in Iraq had killed at least 20 people at a market in the town north of Bagdad. A police said more than 50 people will be wounded
in the attack. J.M. reports from Bagdad.
The bomb went off in the early evening in the mainly Shiite town of Khalis ,about 80 kilometers north of Bagdad. The car containing the
explosives had been parked in front of a cafe in a busy street market, it was designated at the time when the area was sured to be crowd
with people,taking advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such attack against Shiite areas have been featured of the
recent violence,aimed at provoking a sectarial action against Sunesis.
The education board in the US state of Texas due to vote on propose changes to the school’s curriculum which critics say will politicise
teaching. Religious republicans on the board had been accused of trying to force their right wings views into textbooks. But they say they
are trying to correct existing liberal bias. James Reed reports.
The Texas’ education board has become the latest battle ground in the idealogical struggle between Liberals and Conservatives. The
proposal’d been debated including teaching that United Nations could be a threat to American freedom and that founding fathers may not
have intended a complete separation of church and state. They could also revise the way slavery and civil rights movement covered. The
board’s decisions vouched the fact how nearly five million of students in Texas at all. There also set a template for textbooks. That could be
used across the entire United States.
The US Secretary of States Hilary Clinton has arrived in China where she expected to try to persuade the government to take more critical
approach to North Korea for the sinking of a South Korean warship. Earlier she said the evidence that the ship been struck by North
Korean torpedo was over-whelming and scientific. In the action againt North Korea at UN would require China’s backing.
World new from the BBC.
The Obama’s administration has defended itself against accusations that it hasn’t done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf
of Mexico. At a news conference,Mr Obama’s spokesman Robert Gibbs said they had applied the atmost pressure on BP which is struggling
to contain the spill.
We have taken every step,we have pushed relentlessly for BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking,to deal with both
environmental and economic impacts of what is the president said today is unquestionably a disaster.
** has defended its decision to expell a number of westerners over the past few months. The government accused/ convert Muslims to
Christianity. Our religious-affair correspondent Christopher Landor reports.
The ** consititution defends freedom of worship for non-Muslim citizens,but it attempting to convert Muslims to other fates is against the
law. The Morocco Minister through Islamic affairs told the *** News Agency that its expelled foreigner had been undermining the public
order. He said that some hide their/ and religious activism under the guise of other activies.
Prosecutors of trial in France arising from the crash of Air France ** Paris ten years ago have asked for a suspended prison term for the
former head of the plane’s development program on Henry **. Mr Perrier said he would not accept been held responsible.
Leaders of the Olympic world anti-doping organizations have challenged the American cyclist ** ** to produce hard evidence to back up his
claim that 7-time winner of the tour of France * Armstrong took performance in drugs. The president of the international Olympic
Committee ** Rogge said Landis couldn’t condemn Armstrong without prove.
BBC news.

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BBC news with Elm Perton.

European Union Finance Minister says he has accepted the need for sanctions against EU countries which ran up too much in debt. At a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large state debts and falling confidence in the Euro, the ministers agreed to a German call for budget deficits to be brought under control. From Brussels, here is Ben Shawl.

Europe financial ministers have finally indicated how they would try to avoid the debt crisis the Greece has drag too munch the continent into. Amongst other measures, ministers who create a crisis mechanism design to deal with a northern EU country who finds itself unable to pay its debts. Stronger economic governance will also ensure countries are honest about their budget numbers. In presenting the results of this first task force meeting, the president of the European Council Hamon Van Ronpoy emphasis that although the crisis had only just begun, there is a strong political will to improve the management of the European economy.

A car bomb in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at a market in the town north of Baghdad. And police said more than 50 people will wounded in the attack. Jim Mill reports form Baghdad.

The bomb went off in the early evening in the middle of Shia, town of Khalis, about 80 kilometers north of Baghdad. The car containing the explosives has been parked in front of a café in a busy street market. It was desolated at the time when the area was sure to be crowded with people taking the advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such indiscriminate attacks against Shia areas have been the feature of the recent violence, apparently aimed at provoking a sectarian reaction against Sunnis.

The education board in the US state of Texas has due to vote on proposed changes to the school curriculum which critics say will politicize teaching. Religious Republicans on the board have been accused to trying to force their right to infuse into the text book, but they say they are trying to correct the existing liberal bias. Thames Jury reports

The Texas education board has become the latest battle ground in the ideological struggle between the Liberals and Conservatives. The proposal being debated include teaching that United Nations to be a threat to American freedom, and that the founding fathers may not have intended a complete separation of church in state. They could also revise the way slavery and civil rights movements covered. The board's decisions vouched the fact how nearly 5 million students in Texas are taught. They also set a template for text books that could be used across the entire
United States.

The US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton has arrived in China where she expected to try to persuade the government to take a more critical approach to North Korea for the sinking of a South Korean warship. Earlier she said the evidence that the ship have been stunk by a North Korean torpedo was overwhelming and scientific. And the action against North Korea at the UN will require China's backing.

World News from the BBC

The Obama administration has defended itself against accusations that it hasn't done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At news conference, president Obama spokesman Robert Gifts said they had applied the utmost pressure on BP, which is struggling to contain the spill.

We have taken every step, we have pushed relentlessly for BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking, to deal both with environment and economic impacts of what is the present said today is unquestionably a disaster.

Morocco has defended its decision to expel a number of westerners over the past few months. The government accused them of trying to convert Muslims to Christianity. Our religious affairs correspondent Critofe Lando reports

The Moroccan constitution defends the freedom of worships of non-Muslim citizens but attempting to convert Muslims to other faiths is against the law. Ahkeman Tofeek, the Moroccan minister through Islamic affairs, told the Reuters News Agency that the expelled foreigners had been undermining public order. He said that some hide their proselytism and religious activism under the guides of other activities.

Prosecutors at trail in France arising from the crash of Air France concord in Paris 10 years ago have asked for a suspended prison term for the former head of the plane's development program on repairing. Mr. Perrier said he would not accept being how to responsible.

Leaders of the Olympic world anti-doping organizations have challenged the American cyclist Floyd Landers to produce hard evidence to backup his claim that the seven time winner of Tour De France Lance Armstrong to performance enhancing drugs. The president of the international Olympic committee Jacque Rogge said Landers couldn't condemn Armstrong without proof

BBC news.
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BBC Nesw with Iain Purdon .European Union Finance Ministers have accepted the need for sanctions against EU countries which ran out too much debt.At a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large date debts on  falling confidence in the Euro . The ministers have agreed to a German call for budget deficits to be brought under control.From Brussels .Here is Benchel. Euro's finance ministers have finally  indicated how they would  try to avoid the debt crisis that Greeces had tracked much of the contient into amongest other  measures  ministers will create a crises mechanism designed to deal with another EU country to finance some  unable to pay its debts. Stronger economic governments will also ensure countries are honest about their budget numbers . In presenting results of his first task force meeting ,the President of the European council Herman Van Rompuy emphisized that although the process had only just begun ,there was a strong political will to improve the management of the European economy.


A car bomber in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at a market in Itan ,north of Baghdad.The police said more than 50 people were wounded  in the attack.Germil reports from Baghdad. The bomb went off in the early evening in the mainly shiite town of Khalis about 80 kilometers north of Baghdad.The car containing mixd  explosives  had been parked in front of the cafe in a busy street market.  It was detonated at a time when the area was sure to be crowded with people taking advantage of  the evening called after the heat of the day.Such indisgerment attacks against shiita areas have been a feature of the recent violence apparently aimed at provoking a sectarian reaction  against Sunnis.


The education board in the US state of Texas has due to vote on proposed changes to the school curriculum which critics say will politicize teaching.Religious Republicans on the board have been accused of trying to force their right-wing  views  into textbooks .But they say they are trying to correct the existing liberal buyers.James Ri reports. The Taxes education board has become the latest battleground in the ideological struggle between liberals and conservatives .The proposals are  being debated including teaching them in the United Nations could be a threat to American freedom .Although the founding fathers may not have intended a complete separation of church in state.They could also rivised the ways slavery and the civil rights movement to cover. The board's decisions went just a fact how nearly  5,million students in Texas are taught .But also an the attempt plan for the textbooks that could be used across the entire United States .


The US secretary of state Hillary Cliton has arrived in China where she is expected to try to persuade the government to take a more critical approach to North Korea for the sinking of a South Korea warship.Earlier,she said the evidence that the ship had been struck by a North Korea torpedo was overwhelming and scientific. And the action against North Korea at the UN will require China's backing .World News from the BBC.


The Obama Administration has defended  itself against accusations that he hasn't done enough to deal with the mass oil spill in the gulf of Mexico.At a news conference , president Obama's spokesman Robert Gates said they had applied the unmost pressure on BP which is struggling to contain the spill.We have taken every step we have pushed relentlessly to BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking to deal with both the enviromental and economical impacts of what as the president said today is unquestionably a disaster.

Maroko has defended its decision to expel a number of western notes over the past few months. The government has accused them of trying to convert Muslims to Christianity .Our religious affairs correspondent Chris Overlender reports.The Maroko constitution defends freedom of worship the non- Muslims citizens that it was attempting to convert Musliums to other faits is against the law ./ the Morok minister Mosambik says ,told the Reuters news agency that he expelled foreigners had been undermining public order. He said that some hide their Portslis and religious activisim under the guys of other activities.

Prosecutors at the trial in France arising from the crash of an air France Kancocd in Paris ten years ago have asked for a suspended prisoner for the former ahead of the planes development program ,on Pariate it. Mr Pariate had said he would not accept being how to be responsible.

Leaders of the Olympic anti, World anti-doping organizations have challenged the American cyclist Floylanders to produce hard evidence to back up his claim that the 7 -time winner of the total France Lams Armstrong took performance in housing drugs .The president of the International Olympic Committee Jacques Rogge  said Lan just  couldn't   condom Armstrong without proof.
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BBC News with Iain Purdon

European Union Finance Minister has accepted the need for sanctions against EU countries which run up too much debt. As a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large state debts and fallling confidence in the Euro. The ministers agree to a German call for budget deficits to be brought onto control. From Brussels, here is Ben Shaw.

"Europe's Finance Ministers have finally indicated that how they would try to avoid the debt crisis that Greece has dragged much of the continent into.  Amongst other measures, ministers who creat a crisis mechanism designed to deal with another EU country who finds itself unable to pay its debts. Stronger ecnomic governance also show countries are honest about their budget numbers. In presenting results of his first task force meeting, the president of the European Council Hamon Van Ronpoy emphasizes that although the process has only just begun, there's a strong political will to improve the management of the Europen economy."

A car bomber in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at market in a town north of Baghdad. And police said more than 15 people were wounded in the attck. Jim Muir reports from Bagdad.

The bomb went off in the early evening in the middle of a Shiite town of Harles, about 80 kilometers north of Bagdad. The car containing the explosives had been parked in front of a cafe in the busiest street market. It was designated at the time when the area was sure to be crowd with people taking advatage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such indiscriminative attacks against Shiite areas have been a feature of the recent violence, apparently aimed at provoking a secterian reaction of Sunnis."

The Education Board in the US state of Texas is due to vote on proposed changes to the school curiculum which crictics say will politicize teaching. Religious republicans on the board have been accused of  tring to force their right-wing views into textbooks. But they say they are trying to correct exsiting Libral bias. James Reed reports.

"The Texas Education Board has become the latest battle ground in the idealogical struggle between Liberals and Conservatives. The proposal is being debated, includes teaching that United Nations could be a threat to American freedom, and the founding fathers may not have intended a complete seperation of church and state. They could also revise the way slavery and the civil rights mocement are covered. The board's decisions won't just affect how nearly five millon students in Texas are taught, that also set a template for textbooks that could be used across the entire United States."

The US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton has arrived China, where she has expected to try to persuade the givernment to take a more critical approach to North Korea for the sinking of a South Korea warship. Earlier she said the evidence that the ship being struck by a North Korea torpedo was overwhelming and scientific. And the action against North Korea of the UN will require China's backing.

World News from the BBC

The Obama administration has defended itself against accusitions that it hasn't done enough to deal the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At a news conference, President Obama's spokesman Robert Gibbs said they had applied the utmost pressure on BP, which is struggling to contain the spill.

"We have taken every step. We have pushed relentlessly for BP to do what is neccessary to contain what is leaking, to deal with both enviromental and economic impacts of what as the President said today is unquestionably an disaster."

Morocco has defended its decision to expell a number of westerners over the past few months. The government  accused them of trying to convert Muslims to Christianity. Our religious correspondent Christopher Landor reports.

"The Morocco Constitution defends freedom of worship for non-Muslim citizens, but attempting to convert Muslims to other faiths is against the law. XX the Morocco Minister for Islamic affairs told the Reuters News Agency that it's expelled foreigners who had been undemining public order. He said that some hide their proselytism in religious activism under the guise of other activities."

Prosecutors of a trial in France arising from the crash of an Air France Concord in Paris ten years ago have asked for a suspended prison term for the former head of the plane's development program Henri Perrier. Mr. Perrier had said he would not accept being held responsible.

Leaders of the Olympic World Anti-doping Organization has challenged the American cyclis Floyd Landis to produce hard evidence to back up his claim that the seven-time winner of the Tour de France Lance Armstrong took performance in enhancing drugs. The President of the Internantional Olympic Committee Jaques Rogge said Landis couldn't condemn Armstrong without proof.

BBC News
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European Union's Finance Minister has accepted the need for sanctions against EU countries which ran up(迅速积累) too much in debt. As a meeting in Brussels on how to tackle the current financial crisis caused by large state debts and falling confidence in the Euro, the ministers agree to a German call for budget deficits to be brought onto control. From Brussels here  is Ben Shaw e.

Europe financial ministers have finally indicated how they would try to the debt crisis the Greece has drag to march the continent into. Amongst other measures, ministers who create a crisis mechanism design to deal with the northern EU country who finds itself unable to pay its debts. Stronger economic governments will sensure countries are honest to about their budget numbers. In presenting the results of this first task force meeting, the president of the European Council Hamon Van Ronpoy emphasis that although the crisis had only just began, there was a strong political will to improve the management to the European economy.

A car bomb in Iraq has killed at least 20 people at a market in the town north of Baghdad. And police said more than 50 people will wounded in the attack. Jermill reports form Baghdad. The bomb went off in the early evening in the mainly Shiite town of Haleis, about 80 kilometers north of Baghdad. The car containing the explosives have been parked in front of a café in a busy street market. It was detonated at the time when the area was sure to be crowded with people taking the advantage of the evening cool after the heat of the day. Such indiscriminate attacks against Shiite areas have been the feature of the recent violence. A proudly aimed at provoking a sectarial action against Sunnites.

The education board in the US state of Texas has due to vote on propose changes to the school curriculum which critics say will politicize teaching. Religious Republicans on the board have been accused to trying to force their right to infuse the text book, but they say they are trying to correct the existing liberal bias. Thames Jury reports.
The Texas education board has become the latest battle ground in the ideological struggle between the Liberals and Conservatives. The proposal being debated include teaching that United Nations to be a threat to American freedom, and that the founding fathers may not have intended a complete separation of church in state. They could also revise the way slavery and civil rights movements have covered. The board's decisions want to just affect nearly 5 million students in Texas are taught. They also set the template for text books that could be used across the entire
United States.

The US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton has arrived in China where she expected to try to persuade the government to take a more critical approach to North Korea for the sinking of a South Korean warship. Earlier she said the evidence that the ship have been stuck by a North Korean torpedo was over-whelming and scientific. And the actions against North Korea at the UN will require China's backing.

World News from the BBC

The Obama administration has defended itself against accusations that it hasn't done enough to deal with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At news conference, president Obama spokerman Robert Gifts said they had applied the at most pressure on BP, which is struggling to contain the spill.
"We have taken every step we have pushed relentlessly for BP to do what is necessary to contain what is leaking, to deal with both environment and economic impacts of what is the president said today is unquestionably a disaster."

Morocco has defended its decision to expel a number of westerners over the past few months. The government accused them of trying to convert Muslims to Christianity. Our religious affairs correspondent Critofe Lando reports.
The Moroccan constitution defends the freedom of worships of no Muslim citizens but attempting to convert Muslims to other faiths is against the law. Ahkeman Tofeek, the Moroccan minister to Islamic affairs, told the Reuters News Agency that expelled foreigners had been undermining public order. He said that some hide their positive and religious activism under the guide of other activities.

Prosecutors of trial in France arising from the crash of Air France Concorde Paris ten years ago have asked for a suspending prison term for the former head of the plane’s development program on Henri Perrier. Mr Perrier said he would not accept been held responsible.

Leaders of the Olympic world anti-doping organizations have challenged the American cyclist Floyd Landis to produce hard evidence to back up his claim that 7-time winner of the tour of France Lance Armstrong took performance-enhancing drugs.. The president of the international Olympic Committee Jacques Rogge said Landis couldn’t condemn Armstrong without proof, BBC news.
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