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BBC News with Nick Kelly.

British cabinet ministers who are visiting Kabul have played down differences that had appeared to be growing between the Foreign Secretary William Hague and the Defense Secretary Liam Fox over the future British role in Afghanistan. From Kabul, here is Mark Dummett.

Following a day of meetings in Kabul, the ministers were keen to stress that they would be working closely together to tackle what William Hague has described as Britain's most urgent foreign policy priority. The International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell said it wasn’t possible to put a cigarette paper between his views, for example, and those of the Defense Secretary Liam Fox who had argued in a newspaper interview that Britain should move away from nation building and focus more narrowly on Britain security interests. Here in Kabul, Dr Fox was keen to play down those comments. In his newspaper interview, Liam Fox also said he
wants to see if there was any chance of bringing the troops back home any faster than planned. But William Hague said it wouldn't be possible to set any kind of date.

NATO says insurgents have attacked its main military base in southern Afghanistan. A NATO spokesman told the BBC that Kandahar airfield had come under rocket and mortar fire. He said several NATO personnel had been wounded, but that the attack was now over. On Wednesday, the coalition's main military base at Bagram near Kabul was attacked by militants.

Survivors of a plane crash in southern India have suggested the plane seemed to hit something as it prepared to land, then caught fire and broke into pieces. Officials say there'd been no distress signal from the pilot. 166 people were on board, only eight survived. Sanjoy Majumder reports.

Officials say the aircraft, a Boeing 737, landed midway on the runway, located on top of the hill and was unable to stop. It skidded off the runway and crashed into a heavily wooded gorge below. Incredibly, some people were thrown clear of the wreckage and were able to survive. Although it was raining at the time, aviation officials say it was not enough to make things difficult for the pilot, and there was no indication from the cockpit of something going wrong. All attention is on recovering the black box data recorder to establish what might have happened.

Israel has vowed to use its navy to prevent nine ships from reaching the Gaza Strip where they are hoping to break an Israeli blockade by sea. Jonathan Head watched one of the ships leaving port in Istanbul.

The crowd of several hundred well-wishers waving large Palestinian flags braved the wet weather to send off the largest of the ships from a wharf on the Bosphorous. Most were from strongly religious communities in Turkey, but there were activists from many other Muslim countries who contributed to the 10,000 tons of building materials and medical supplies on board. Around 500 activists are traveling with the ships. Eight previous attempts have failed to break the blockade of Gaza. Israeli authorities have made it clear they’ll not allow this one through either.

This is the World News from the BBC.

The mothers of three young Americans detained in Iran since last July have returned to the United States after being allowed to meet them. Soon after arriving In Tehran on Wednesday, the mothers had appealed for the release of the three - Sarah Shourd, her partner Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, saying they had entered Iran accidentally while hiking in northern Iraq. The Iranian government has accused the three Americans of spying.

A court in Chile has sent back to prison a Pakistani man who was arrested at the United States embassy earlier this month after allegedly testing positive for explosives. The court said Mauhannas Saif ur Rehnab Khan was “a danger to society” and revoked his probation. Mr Mauhannas, who insists he is innocent, is accused of entering the embassy with traces of explosives on his hands and possessions when he went there to discuss a visa.

The world's most expensive stamp, Treskilling Yellow of Sweden, has been sold at auction for an undisclosed sum. James Reed has more.

The Treskilling Yellow owes its extraordinary value to its exceptional rarity. It's believed to be the only surviving misprint of an 1855 three shilling stamp that was supposed to be green. The sale at a private auction house in Geneva was shrouded in secrecy. But it's thought the stamp fetched at least the 2.5 million dollars it’s sold for in 1996. That would confirm its reputation as the world's most valuable object by weight. The auctioneer said the buyer saw the stamp as a solid investment in turbulent economic times. Certainly, wealth does not get much more portable.

That was James Reed reporting.

And finally, the Italian football team Inter Milan has claimed its first European Cup for 45 years by beating Bayern Munich of Germany 2-nil in the final in Madrid. Both goals were scored by the Argentine striker Diego Milito. The win gave Inter Milan an unprecedented treble in one season - the Italian League and Cup and the European Cup.

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BBC News with Nick Kelly.

British Cabinet Ministers who were visiting Kabul have played down differences that appear to be growing between the Foreign Secretary William Hague and the Defence Secretary Liam Fox over the future British's role in Afghanistan. From Kabul, here is Mark Dummett.

Following a day of meetings in Kabul. the ministers were keen to stress that they would be working closely together to tackle what William Hague has described as Britain's most urgent foreign policy priority. The International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell said it was impossible to put cigarette paper between his views for example, are knows of the Defence Secretary Liam Fox who had argued in a newspaper interview that Britain should move away from nation building and focus more narrowly on Britain security interests. Here in Kabul, Dr. Fox was keen to play down those comments. In his newspaper interview, Liam Fox also said he wants to see if those any chance will bring in the troops back home any fast than planned. But William Hague said it wouldn't be possible to set any kind of date.

NATO says insurgents have attacked its main military base in southern Afghanistan. A NATO spokesman told the BBC that Kandahar airfield had come under rocket and mortar fire. He said several NATO personnel have been wounded, but that the attack was never over. On Wednesday, the coalition's main military base at Bagram near Kabul was attacked by militants.

Survivors of a plane crash in southern India have suggested the plane seemed to hit something as it prepared to land, then caught fire and broke into pieces. Officials say there'd be no distress signal from the pilot. 166 people on board, only eight survived. Sanjoy Majumder reports.

Officials say the aircraft of Boeing 737, landed midway on the runway, located on top of the hill and was unable to stop. It's gadded off the runway and crashed into a heavily what it gorged below. Incredibly, some people were thrown clear of the wreckage and were able to survive. Although it was raining at the time, aviation officials say it was not enough to make things difficult for the pilot. And there was no indication from the ... bit of something going wrong. All attention is on recovering the black box data recorder to establish what might have happened.

Israel has filed to use its navy to prevent nine ships from reaching the Gaza Strip where they are hoping to break an Israeli blockade by sea. Jonathan Head watched one of the ships lead in port in Istanbul.

The crowd of several hundred well wishes waving large Palestinian flags, brave the wet weather to send off the largest of the ships from a war from the ... Most were from strong religious communities in Turkey, but there were activists from many other Muslim countries who contributed to the 10,000 towns of building materials and medical supplies on board. Around 500 activists are traveling with the ships. Eight previous attempts have failed to break the blockade of Gaza. Israeli authorities have made it clear they will not allow this one through either.

This is the World News from the BBC.

The mothers of three young Americans detained in Iran since last July have returned to the United States after being allowed to meet them. Soon after arriving In Tehran on Wednesday, the mothers had appear for the release of the three, Sarah Shourd, her partner Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, saying they had entered Iran accidentally while hiking in northern Iraq. The Iranian government has accused the three Americans of spying.

A court in Chile has sent back to prison a Pakistani man who was arrested at the ... states embassy earlier this month after allegedly testing positive for explosives. The court said Mauhannas Saif ur Rehnab Khan was a danger to society and revoked his probation. Mr.Mauhannas who insists his innocent as excuse of entering the embassy was traces of explosives on his hands and possessions when he went there to discuss the visa.

The world's most expensive stamp, Treskilling Yellow of Sweden has been sold at auction for an undisclosed sum. James Reed has more.

The Treskilling Yellow owes its extraordinary value to its exceptional rarity. It's believed to be the only surviving miss print of a 1855 three shilling stamp. That was supposed to be green. The sale at a private auction house in Geneva was shrouded in secrecy. But it's thought the stamp fetched at least that 2.5 million dollars is thought for in 1996. That would confirm its reputation is the world's most valuable object by weight. The auctioneer said the buyer sold the stamp as a solid investment in turbulent economic times. Certainly, wealth does not get much more portable. That was James Reed reporting.

And finally, the Italian football team Inter Milan has claimed its first European Cup for 45 years by beating Bayern Munich of Germany two nail in the final in Madrid. Both goals were scored by the Argentine striker Diego Milito. The win gave Inter Milan an unprecedented treble in one season, the Italian League Cup and the European Cup.

BBC News.
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BBC NEWS with Nick Kelly.
British cabinet ministers visiting * have played down differences that have appeared to be growing between the foreign sectary William Heigh and the defense sectary Lyons Fox over the future British role in Afghanistan. From Cabot here is Mark Demits.
Following a day of meetings in Cabot the ministers were keen to stress they that will be working closely together. To attack what William Heigh has described as Britain’s most urgent foreign policy priority, the International Development sectary Andrew Michal said it wasn’t possible to put a cigarette paper between his views for example and those of defense sectary Lyons Fox. * in a newspaper interview that Britain should move away from nation building and focus more narrowly on Britain security interests. Here in Cabot Doctor Fox was keen to play down those comments. In his newspaper interview Lyons Fox also said he wants to see if there was any chance of bringing the troops back home any faster than planned. But William Heigh said it wouldn’t be possible to set any kind of date.
NATO says insurgents have attacked its main military base in sub Afghanistan. A NATO spokesman told the BBC that * afield have come on the rocket and mortifier. He said several NATO personnel have been wounded but the attack was now over. On Wednesday the * main military base in Background near Cabot was attacked by militants.
Survivors of a plan crash in Southern India have suggested the plane seemed to hit something as it prepared to land then caught fire and broke into pieces. Officials say there have been noticed stress signal from the pilot. 166 people on board only 8 survived. Sandra reports.
Officials say the air craft, a Boeing 737, landed midway on the runway located on top of a hill and was unable to stop. It’s kicked off the runway and crashed into a heavily wooded gorge blow. Incredibly some people were thrown clear of the wreckage and were able to survive. Although it’s raining at the time, aviation officials say it was not enough to make things difficult for the pilot and there is no indication from the * that something was going wrong All attention is on recovering black board data recorder to establish what might have happened.
Israel is about to use its navy to prevent 9 from reaching the Gaza strip when they are hoping to break Israeli blockade by sea. Johansson H , one of the ships leaving port in Istanbul.
The crowd of several hundred well* wailing large Palestine flags * wet weather to send off the largest of the ships from a whorl on the Buarus. Most were from strong religious communities in Turkey, but there were activists from many other Muslim countries who contributed to the ten thousand tons of building materials and medical supplies on board. Around 500 activists are travelling with the ships. 8 previous attempts have failed to break the blockade of Gaza. Israeli authorities have made it clear they will not allow this one through ether.
This is the world news from the BBC.
The mothers of 3 young Americans detained in Iran since last July have attended the returned to the United States after being allowed to meet them. Soon after arriving in * on Wednesday the mothers had appealed to release the three .Sarah *,a partner * and Josh * say they have entered Iran accidentally while hiking in Northern Iraq. The Iranian government has accused the three Americans of spying. * has sent back to prison, a Pakistani man who was arrested by the United States embassy earlier this month after legislly testing positive * explosives. The caught of him was a danger to society and revolts his probation. Mr.* who insists he’s innocent accused entering the embassy with * of explosives in his hands and pocessions when he went there to discuss visa.
The word’s most expensive stamp transacting yellow of Sweden has been solded auction for an underclothes sum. James Ray has more.
The transacting yellow owes extraordinary value its exceptional variety. It’s believed to be the only surviving misprint of an 1855 three shilling stamp. They were supposed to be green. The sale at a private auction house in Geneva was shrouded in secrecy. But it was thought the stamp * at least two and half million dollars it sold for in 1996. That would confirm its reputation as the world’s most valuable object by weight. The auctioneer said the buyer saw the stamp as a solid investment in turbulent economic times. Certainly wealth did not get much more portable.
That was James Ray reporting. And finally the Italian football team Inter Milan has claimed its first European cup for 45 years by beating Germany * in the final *.Both goals were scored by the Argentine *. The win gave Inter Milan unprecedented travel in one season Italian * cup and the European Cup.
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bbc news with Nick Kelly.

British cabinet ministers are visiting Kabul have play down differences that have appeared to be growing between the foreign secretary William Hague and the Defence Secretary Liam Fox over the future British role in Afghanistan.from Kabul here is Mark Dummett.

following a day of meetings in Kabul,the ministers were keen to stress that they will be working closely together  to tackle what William Hake described as Britian's most urgent foreign policy priority.the international development secretary Andrew Mitchell said it wasn't possible to put a cigaret paper between his view,for example those of the defence secretary Liam Fox who had argued in a news paper interview the Britain should  move away from nation building and focuse more narrowly on Britain's security interests.here in Kabul  Dr Fox was keen to play down those comments.in his newspaper interview,Lyon Fox also said he wants to see if there's any chance of bringing the troops back home any faster than planned.but William Hagues said it wouldn't be possible to set any kind of date.

NATO says insurgents of attacted its main minitary base in southern Afghanistan and NATO spokesman told the bbc that Kandahar airfield have come on the rocket and motofier.he said several NATO personel have been wounded but the attack was now over.on Wensday the coalition's main minitary base at Bagram near Kabul was attacked  by militants.

surviors of a plane crash in southern India has suggested that the plane seems to hit something as it prepared to land,then caught fire and broken  into pieces.officials say there had been noticed stress signal from the pilot.166 people were on board,only 8 surrived Sanjoy Majumder reports.

officials say the aircraft,a boeing 737 landed mid-way on the run way,located on top of the hill and was unable to stop.it skided off the wrong wayand crashed into heavily wooded gorge below.incredibly some people were thrown clear off the wreckage  and were able to survive.although it was raining at the time ,aviation officials said it was not enough to make things difficult for the pilot.and there's no indication from the cokpit something going wrong.all antension was on recovering the blackbox data recorder to establish what might have happened .

Israel has found to use its navy to prevent 9 ships from reaching the Gaza strip when they were hoping to break Israeli brocade by sea.Jonathan Headwatch,one of the ships leaving port in Istanbul.

the crowd have sveral hundred will wishes waving large Parlestanian flags brave the wet weather to send off the largest of the ships  from a war from the ...most were from strongly religious communities Turkey but activists from many other muslin countries who contributed to the 10000 tons of building materials and medical supplies on board.around 500 activists  are travelling with the ships.8 previous attempts have failed to break the brocade of GAZA.Israeli authorities have made it clear they'll not allow this one through either.

this is the world news from the bbc.

the mothers of three Americans detained in Iran since last July have returned to the United States after been allowed  to meet them.soon after arrived in Taron on Wensday the mother has appealed for the release of the three,Sara Shord and Patner Shimbawa and Josh Fatal,saying they have entered Iran accidently while hiking in northern Iraq.the Iranian goverment has accused the three Americans of spying .

a court in Chile has sent back to prison a Parkistani man who was arrested at the United States embassy earlier this month after allegedly testing positive fixing explosives.they caught Mohammed...was a danger to society and revoke his probation.mr...who insisted he is innocent as accused of entry the embassy of tracis of explosives on his hands and positions when he went there to discuss the visa.

the world's most expensive stamp,Treskilling Yellow of Sweden has been sold at an auction for a undisclosed sum.James Rade has more.

the Treskilling Yellow owes its extodinary value to its exceptional rererity.it's believed to be the only surviving misprint of an 1855 3 shiling stamp that was supposed to be green.the sell at a secret auction has been in Geneva was shrowed in secrecy.but it's thought the stamp fetched at least at $2.5mn .it sold for 1996.that would confirm its reputation as the world's most  valuable object by weight.the auctioneer said the buyer saw the stamp as a solid investment in turbulent economic time .certainly wealth does not get much more portable.

that was James Rade reporting and finally the Italian footable team Inter-Milan has claimed its first European Cup for 45 years by beating Bimunic of Germany to kneel in Madrid. both goals were scored by the  Argintine stiker   Diego Malito.the win gave Inter-Milan unprecdented tribe in one season the Italian leage cup and the European cup.

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BBC news with Nick Kelly.

British Cabinet Minister’s visiting Kabul have played down differences that appeared to be growing between the Foreign Secretary William Hague,and the Defend Secretary Liam Fox over the future British role in Afganistan. From Kabul here is Mark Darmet.

Following a day of meeting in Kabul, the Ministers put keen stress they would be working closely together to tackle what William Hague has described just Britain’s most urgent foreign policy priority. The International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell said it wasn’t possible to put a cigarette pay bewteen his views,for example,and knows of the Defend Secretary Liam Fox. He argued a newspaper interview to Britian should move a way from nation-building and focus more narrowly on Britain security interests. Hearing Kabul doctor Fox was keen to play down these comments. In his newspaper interview, Liam Fox also says he wants to see if there’s any chance or bringing the troops back home any faster than plans. But William Hague said it wouldn’t be possible to set any kind of date.

Nato says insurgents have attacked its main military base in Southern Afganistan, a NATO’ spokesman told the BBC that /had come on the rocket and modifier. He said several NATO personnel had been wounded,but the attack was now over. On Wednesday,the coalition’s main military base in background near Kabul was attacked by militants.

Survivers of a plane crash in southern India have suggested the plane seems to hit something as it prapared to land,then caught fire and broke into pieces. Official say that’d been noticed stress signal from the pilot,166 people on board,only 8 survived. Sanjoy Majumder reports.

Official said the aircraft Boeing 737 landed midway on the wrong way,located on top of the heel and was unable to stop. It’s kicked off on wrong way and crashed into heavily would be gorged below. Incredibly,some people are thrown clear of the wreckage and were able to survive. Although it’s rainning at the time,aviation officials say it’s not enough to make things difficult for the pilot,and no indication from the cockpit that something going wrong. All attention has on recovering the black box data recorder to establish what might have happened.

Israel has/ to use its navy to prevent 9 ships from reaching the Gaza Strip where they hope to break Israeli blockade by sea. Jonathan Head watched one of the ships leaving port in Istanbul.

The crowd of several hundred/waving large Palestinian flags braved the wet weather to send off the largest of the ships from the war from the/. Most were from the strongly religious communities in Turkey,but the activists from other Muslim countries could contribute to the 10,000 terms of building materials and medical supplies on board. Around 500 activists are travelling with the ships. 8 previous attempts have failed to break the blockade of Gaza, Israel authority has made it clear they are not allowed this one through either.

This is the world news from the BBC.

The mothers of three young Americans detained in Iran since last July have returned to the United States after being allowed to meet them. Soon after arriving to/ on Wednesday,the mothers had appealed for the release of the three, Shane Bauer, Sarah Shourd and Josh Fattal ,saying they had entered Iran accidently on hiking in northern Iraq. The Iranian government has accused the three Americans of spying.

A court in Chile had sent back to prison a Paksitani man who was arrested in United States embassy earlier this month, after allegedly testing positive for its explosives. The court said Mohammed Saif-ur-Rehman Khan was a danger to society and revoke its probation. Mr Rehman insists he’s innocent of accused entry the embassy with traces of explosives on his hands and processions when he went there to discuss a visa.

The world’s most expensive stamp Treskilling Yellow of Sweden has been sold in auction for/. James Reed has more.

The Treskilling Yellow owes its extraordinary value to its exceptional rarity, it’s believed to be the only surviving misprint of 1855 three shilling stamps. They were supposed to be green. The sale of private ocean house in Geneva was shrouded in secrecy. But it’s thought the stamp at least soon and half million dollars,it sold for in 1996, that would confirm its reputation as the world’s most valuable object by weight. The auction said the buyer saw the stamp as a solid investment in turbulent economic times. Certainly wealth doesn’t get much more portable.

That’s James Reed reporting and finally the Italian football team Inter Milan has claimed its first European Cup for 45 years,by beating Byron Munich of Germany,two neil in the final in Madrid. Both goas were scored by the Argentinian striker Diego Milito  ,the win gave  Inter Milan unpresendented / in one season it have Italian League cup and the European Cup.BBC news.
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BBC News with Nick Kelly.

1. British cabinet ministers who were visiting Kabul have played down differences that have appeared to be growing between the foreign secretary William Hague and the Defense Secretary Liam Fox over the future British’s role in Afghanistan. From Kabul, here is Mark Dummett.

Following the day of meetings in Kabul, the ministers were keen to stress they would be working closely together to tackle what William Hague has described as Britain's most urgent foreign policy priority. The International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell said it wasn't possible to put a cigarette paper between his views, for example, and those of the Defense Secretary Liam Fox who had argued in a newspaper interview that British should move away from nation building and focus more narrowly on Britain's security interests. Here in Kabul Dr. Fox was keen to play down those comments. In his newspaper interview, Liam Fox also said that he wants to see if there was any chance of bringing the troops back home any faster than planned. But William Hague said it wouldn't be possible to set any kind of date.

2. NATO says insurgents have attacked its main military base in southern Afghanistan. A NATO spokesman told the BBC that Kandahar airfield had come under the rocket and mortar fire. He said several native personnel had been wounded, but the attack was now over. On Wednesday, the coalition’s main military base background near Kabul was attacked by militants.

3. Survivors of a plain crash in southern India have suggested the plain seemed to hit something as it prepared to land, then caught fire and broke into pieces. Officials say there had been no distress signal from the pilot. 166 people on board only 8 survived. Sanjoy Majumder reports.

Officials say the aircraft of Boeing 737 landed midway on the runway, located on top of the hill and was unable to stop. It skidded off the runway and crushed into a heavily what it gorged below. Incredibly, some people were thrown clear of the wreckage and were able to survive. Although it was raining at the time, aviation officials said it was not enough to make things difficult for the pilot. And there is no indication for the cause of something going wrong. All attention is on recovering the black box data recorder to establish what might have happened.

4. Israel has failed to use its navy to prevent night ships from reaching the Gaza Strip where they are hoping to break an Israeli blockade by sea. Jonathan Head watched one of the ships leave the port in Istanbul.

The crowd of several hundred well wishes waving large Palestinian flags, brave the wet weather to send off the largest of the ships from a war from the *. Most were from strong religious communities in Turkey, but there were activists are from other many Muslim countries who contributed to the ten thousand tons of building materials and medical supplies on board. Around 5000 activists are travelling with ships. 8 previous attempts have failed to break the blockade of Gaza. Israeli authorities have made it clear that they are not allowed this one through either.

This is the World News from the BBC.

5. The mothers of three young Americans detained in Iran since last July have returned to the United States after being allowed to meet them. Soon after arriving in Tehran on Wednesday, the mothers have appealed for the release of the three, Sarah Shourd, her partner Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, saying they had entered Iraq accidentally while hiking in northern Iraq. The Iranian government has accused the three Americans of spying.

6. A court in Chile has sent back to prison a Pakistani man who was arrested in the United States embassy earlier this month after allegedly testing positive for explosives. The court said Mauhannas Saif ur Rehnab Khan was a danger to society and revoked his probation. Mr. Mauhannas who insists his innocent is accused of entering the embassy with traces of explosives on his hands and possessions when he went there to discuss visa.

7. The world's most expensive stamp, Treskilling Yellow of Sweden has been sold at auction for an undisclosed sum. James Reed has more.

The Treskilling Yellow owes its extraordinary value to its exceptional rarity. It is believed to the only surviving miss print of an 1855 shilling stamp that were supposed to be green. The sale at a private auction house in Geneva was shrouded in secrecy. But it's thought the stamp fetched at least two and a half million dollars is thought for in 1996. That would confirm its reputation as the world's most valuable object by weight. The auctioneer said the buyer saw the stamp as a solid investment in turbulent economic times. Certainly, wealth does not get much more portable. That was James Reed reporting.

8. And finally, the Italian football team Inter Milan has claimed its first European Cup for 45 years by beating Bayern Munich of Germany two nail in the final in Madrid. Both goals were scored by the Argentine striker Diego Milito. The win gave Inter Milan an unprecedented tribute in one season, the Italian League Cup and the European Cup.

BBC News.

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British cabinet ministers who were visiting Kabul has played down differences that have appeared to be growing between the foreign secretary William Hague  and the defense secretary Liam Fox  over the future British role in Afghanistan. From here is Mark Damete.
Following days of meetings in Kabul, the ministers were keen to address they will be working closely together to tack what William Hague has described as British urgent foreign policy priority. The international development secretary Andrew Mitchell said it wasn’t possible to put cigarette paper between his view for example, and those of the defense secretary Liam Fox who has argued in a newspaper interview that Britain should move away from that Asian building and focus more narrowly on Britain security interests. Here in Kabul doctor Fox deem to play down those comments. In his newspaper interview, Liam Fox also said he wanted to seek those any chance of bringing the truth back home any faster than planned. But William Hague  said it wouldn’t be possible to set any kind of date.
Nato says insurgents have attacked its main military base in southern Afghanistan. A nato spokesman told bbc that Kandahar airfield had come under rocket and mortar fire. He said several nato personnel have been wounded but the attack is not over. On Wednesday the collation’s main military base at Bagram near Kabul was attacked by militants.
Survivors of a plane crash in southern India have suggested the plane seem to hit something as it prepares to land, then caught fire and broken into pieces. Official say there was no distress signal from the pilot. 166 people around board only 8 survived. Sanjoy Majumder reports.
Officials say the aircraft Boeing 737 landed runway located on top of the hill and was unable to stop. It’s get off the runway and crushed in to a heavily wooded gorge below. Incredibly some people were thrown clear from the valley and were able to survive. Although it was raining on the time, aviation officials say it was not enough to make things difficult for the pilot and there was no indication from the call that something was going wrong. All attention is on the recovering the black box data recorder to establish what might have happened.
Israel has thought to use its navy to revenge night ships in the Gaza strip where they were hoping to bring Israeli block by sea. Jonathan reports one of the ships leaving port in Istanbul. The crowd was in several well wishes waving a large Palestinian flag brief in the words whether to send off the largest of the ships from war from the *. Most were from a strongly religious community in Turkey other activists are from many other Muslim countries who contributed to 10010 building materials and medical supplies on board. Around 500 activists are travelling with the ships. 8 previous attempts have failed to break the blockage of Gaza. Israel authorities have made it clear they are not allow this one through either. This is the world news from the bbc.
The mother of three young Americans detained in Iran since last July has retained to the United States after being allowed to visit them. Soon after arriving in on Wednesday.
The mother has appealed for the release of the three * and Jush matel says they entered Iran accidentally on hiking in north Iraq. The Iranian government has accused the three Americans of spying.
A court in Chile has sent back a prisoner a Pakistani man who was arrested through the United States Embassy earlier this month. After legislation testing positive * the court says Mr.Mauhannas was a danger to society and revolt his probation. Mr.Mauhannas who insisted he was innocent has been accused of entering the Embassy trying to explode it on his hands and possessions when he went there to discuss visa.
The world’s most expensive stamp Treskilling Yellow of Sweden has been sold on an auction for an disclosed sum. James Grey has more.
The Treskilling Yellow owes its extraordinary value to its exceptional rarity. It’s believed to be the only surving miss print of an 1855 three shilling stamp. They were supposed to be grey.  But it was thought the sell in a private house in Geneva was held in sequence. But it was thought the stamp was fetched for at least two and a half million dollars. It sought for in 1996. That would confirm its reputation as the world’s most valuable object by weight. The auction here said the sell of the stamp as a solid investment in turbulent economic times. Certainly wealth will not get much more portable. That was James Free reporting.
And finally the Italian football team inter Milan has won its first European Cup for 45 years by beating Bayern Munich of Germany two nail in the final .both goals were scored  by the  striker Diego Milito. The win gave inter million unprecedented treble in one season the Italian leading cup and the European Cup. bbc news

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ritish Cabinet Ministers who were visiting Kabul have played down differences that appear to be growing between the Foreign Secretary William Hague and the Defence Secretary Liam Fox over the future British's role in Afghanistan. From Kabul, here is Mark Dummett.

Following a day of meetings in Kabul. the ministers were keen to stress that they would be working closely together to tackle what William Hague has described as Britain's most urgent foreign policy priority. The International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell said it was not impossible to put a  cigarette paper between his views for example, and those of the Defence Secretary Liam Fox who had argued in a newspaper interview that Britain should move away from nation building and focus more narrowly on Britain’s security interests. Here in Kabul, Dr. Fox was keen to play down those comments. In his newspaper interview, Liam Fox also said he wants to see if those any chance will bring in the troops back home any faster than planned. But William Hague said it wouldn't be possible to set any kind of date.

NATO says insurgents have attacked its main military base in southern Afghanistan. A NATO spokesman told the BBC that Kandahar airfield had come under rocket and mortar fire. He said several NATO personnel have been wounded, but that the attack was now over. On Wednesday, the coalition's main military base at Bagram near Kabul was attacked by militants.

Survivors of a plane crash in southern India have suggested the plane seemed to hit something as it prepared to land, then caught fire and broke into pieces. Officials say there'd be no distress signal from the pilot. 166 people on board, only eight survived. Sanjoy Majumder reports.

Officials say the aircraft of Boeing 737, landed midway on the runway, located on top of the hill and was unable to stop. It's skided off the runway and crashed into a heavily what it gorged below. Incredibly, some people were thrown clear of the wreckage and were able to survive. Although it was raining at the time, aviation officials say it was not enough to make things difficult for the pilot. And there was no indication from the caught   bit of something going wrong. All attention is on recovering the black box data recorder to establish what might have happened.

Israel has filed to use its navy to prevent nine ships from reaching the Gaza Strip where they are hoping to break an Israeli blockade by sea. Jonathan Head watched one of the ships lead in port in Istanbul.

The crowd of several hundred well wishes waving large Palestinian flags, brave the wet weather to send off the largest of the ships from a war from the basras Most were from strong religious communities in Turkey, but there were activists from many other Muslim countries who contributed to the 10,000 towns of building materials and medical supplies on board. Around 500 activists are traveling with the ships. Eight previous attempts have failed to break the blockade of Gaza. Israeli authorities have made it clear they will not allow this one through either.

This is the World News from the BBC.

The mothers of three young Americans detained in Iran since last July have returned to the United States after being allowed to meet them. Soon after arriving In Tehran on Wednesday, the mothers had appear for the release of the three, Sarah Shourd, her partner Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, saying they had entered Iran accidentally while hiking in northern Iraq. The Iranian government has accused the three Americans of spying.

A court in Chile has sent back to prison a Pakistani man who was arrested at the arti states embassy earlier this month after allegedly testing positive for explosives. The court said Mauhannas Saif ur Rehnab Khan was a danger to society and revoked his probation. Mr.Mauhannas who insists his innocent as excuse of entering the embassy was traces of explosives on his hands and possessions when he went there to discuss the visa.

The world's most expensive stamp, Treskilling Yellow of Sweden has been sold at auction for an undisclosed sum. James Reed has more.

The Treskilling Yellow owes its extraordinary value to its exceptional rarity. It's believed to be the only surviving miss print of a 1855 three shilling stamp. That was supposed to be green. The sale at a private auction house in Geneva was shrouded in secrecy. But it's thought the stamp fetched at least that 2.5 million dollars is thought for in 1996. That would confirm its reputation is the world's most valuable object by weight. The auctioneer said the buyer sold the stamp as a solid investment in turbulent economic times. Certainly, wealth does not get much more portable. That was James Reed reporting.

And finally, the Italian football team Inter Milan has claimed its first European Cup for 45 years by beating Bayern Munich of Germany two nail in the final in Madrid. Both goals were scored by the Argentine striker Diego Milito. The win gave Inter Milan an unprecedented treble in one season, the Italian League Cup and the European Cup.
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BBC news with Nick Kelly
British cabinet ministers have visiting Kabul have played down differences that have appeared to be growing between foreign secretary William Hague and defense secretary Liam Fox over the future withdraw in Afghanistan. From Kabul here is Mark Damit.

Flowing a day’s meeting in Kabul the minister were keen to address that they will be working closely together to tackle what Willian Hague’s described that Britain most urgent foreign policy priority. The international development secretary Andrew Mitchell said it wasn’t possible to put cigarette paper between his view for example, and knows defense secretary Liam Fox who have argued that the newspaper interview to Britain should should move away from nation building and Fox more narrowly on Britain’s security interests. Hearing Kabul Doctor Fox was keen to play down those comments. In his newspaper interview, Liam Fox also said he want to see those any chance of bringing troops back home faster than planned.  But William Hague said it willn’t be possible to set any kind of date.

NATO said insurgents have attacked its main  military base in southern Afghanistan. A NATO spokesman told the BBC that Kandahar air field to command a rocket mortar fire.  He said several NATO personnel have been wounded, but said that the attack was now over. On Wednesday, the coalition’s main military bases background near was attacked by militants.

Survivors of plan crash in southern India have suggested that the plan seems to hit something when it prepare to land then caught fire and broke into pieces. Official say there have been no distress signal from pilot. 166 people were on broad only 8 survived. Sanjoy Majumder reports.

Official say the aircraft the Boeing 737 landed amid on the runway locate on top of a hill and was unable to stop. It skip off the runway and crash into a _ what is gorger below. Incredibly some people were through clear rekeg and was able to survive. Although it is raining at that time.  Aviation officials say it was not enough to make a things difficult for pilot. And there is no indication from _ something going wrong. All attention is on recovering black box data record to established what might be happened.

Israel has vowed to use his navy to prevent 9 ships from reaching the Gaza’s stripe where they hope to break Israeli blockade by sea. Jonathan Head reports one of ships leaving port in Istanbul.

The crowd of several hundred wild warships waving large Palestinian flags brave the white weather to send off  largest took the ship  from a war from a _. Most were from the strong religious community in Turkey.  But there are activists from many other Muslin countries. They contributed to 10 thousand tons of building material and medical supplies on broad. Around 500 activists are traveling with the ships. 8 previous attempts have fail to break the blockade of Gaza. Israeli authority has made clear they will not allow this one through either.

This is the world news from the BBC

The mother of 3 young Americans detained in Iran since last July returned to the United States self to be allow to beat them. After arriving in Tehran on Wednesday the mother have appeal for the release of the three. Shourd, Bauer and Fattal saying have enter Iran accidentally and hiking in Northern Iraq. The Iranian government have accused of 3 Americans with spying.

A court in Chile has sent back to prison a Pakistani man who was arrested in the United State embassy only in this month after allegedly testing positive for explosives. The court say Mohammad Saif Ur Rehman Khan was dangerous to society and provot the proportion. Mr. Mohammad who insist he is innocent to accused of entrance the embassy with traces of explosive on his hands and possessions when he run there to discuss VISA.

The world most expensive stamp  “Treskilling Yellow” of Sweden has been sold in auction for unexposed sum. James Ray has more.

The Treskilling Yellow owns its extraordinary value to its exceptional variety. It’s believe to be the only surviving mis-print of 1855 three schilling stamp. They were supposed to be green. The sell of private auction held in Geneva was shrilled in secrecies. But it was sold the stamp fetched only at least  2.5 million dollars. It’s sold for in 1996. That was confirmed reputation for world most valuable object by wait. The auctioneer said the buyer sold the stamp as a solid investment in turbulent economic time. Certainly world is not get much more portable. James Ray reporting.

And finally Italian football team Inter Milan has played its first European cup for 45 years by beating Bayern Munich Germany two _  in the final inmitrade. Both goal were score by the argentine struker Diego Milito. They win game  inter Milan an unprecedented to travel in one season the Italian League Cup and the European Cup.

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BBC News with Nick Kelly.

British Cabinet Ministers who were visiting Kabul have played down differences that had happeared to be growing between the Foreign Secretary William Hague and the Defence Secretary Liam Fox over the future British's role in Afghanistan. From Kabul, here is Mark Dummett.

Following a day of meetings in Kabul. the ministers were keen to stress that they would be working closely together to tackle what William Hague has described as Britain's most urgent foreign policy priority. The International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell said it was impossible to put a cigarette paper between his views for example, are knows of the Defence Secretary Liam Fox who had argued in a newspaper interview that Britain should move away from nation building and focus more narrowly on Britain security interests. Here in Kabul, Dr. Fox was keen to play down those comments. In his newspaper interview, Liam Fox also said he wants to see if those any chance will bring in the troops back home any faster than planned. But William Hague said it wouldn't be possible to set any kind of date.

NATO says insurgents have attacked its main military base in southern Afghanistan. A NATO spokesman told the BBC that Kandahar airfield had come under rocket and mortar fire. He said several NATO personnel have been wounded, but that the attack was now over. On Wednesday, the coalition's main military base at Bagram near Kabul was attacked by militants.

Survivors of a plane crash in southern India have suggested the plane seemed to hit something as it prepared to land, then caught fire and broke into pieces. Officials say there'd be no distress signal from the pilot. 166 people on board, only eight survived. Sanjoy Majumder reports.

Officials say the aircraft of Boeing 737, landed midway on the runway, located on top of the hill and was unable to stop. It skidded off the runway and crashed into a heavily what it gorged below. Incredibly, some people were thrown clear of the wreckage and were able to survive. Although it was raining at the time, aviation officials say it was not enough to make things difficult for the pilot. And there was no indication from the cock bit of something going wrong. All attention is on recovering the black box data recorder to establish what might have happened.

Israel has filed to use its navy to prevent nine ships from reaching the Gaza Strip where they are hoping to break an Israeli blockade by sea. Jonathan Head watched one of the ships leaving port in Istanbul.

The crowd of several hundred well wishes waving large Palestinian flags, brave the wet weather to send off the largest of the ships from a war from the ... Most were from strongly religious communities in Turkey, but there were activists from many other Muslim countries who contributed to the 10,000 tons of building materials and medical supplies on board. Around 500 activists are traveling with the ships. Eight previous attempts have failed to break the blockade of Gaza. Israeli authorities have made it clear they will not allow this one through either.

This is the World News from the BBC.

The mothers of three young Americans detained in Iran since last July have returned to the United States after being allowed to meet them. Soon after arriving In Tehran on Wednesday, the mothers had appealled for the release of the three, Sarah Shourd, her partner Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, saying they had entered Iran accidentally while hiking in northern Iraq. The Iranian government has accused the three Americans of spying.

A court in Chile has sent back to prison a Pakistani man who was arrested at the ... states embassy earlier this month after allegedly testing positive for explosives. The court said Mauhannas Saif ur Rehnab Khan was a danger to society and revoked his probation. Mr.Mauhannas who insists his innocent as excuse of entering the embassy was traces of explosives on his hands and possessions when he went there to discuss the visa.

The world's most expensive stamp, Treskilling Yellow of Sweden has been sold at auction for an undisclosed sum. James Reed has more.

The Treskilling Yellow owes its extraordinary value to its exceptional rarity. It's believed to be the only surviving miss print of a 1855 three shilling stamp. That was supposed to be green. The sale at a private auction house in Geneva was shrouded in secrecy. But it's thought the stamp fetched at least that 2.5 million dollars is thoughtful in 1996. That would confirm its reputation as the world's most valuable object by weight. The auctioneer said the buyer sold the stamp as a solid investment in turbulent economic times. Certainly, wealth does not get much more portable. That was James Reed reporting.

And finally, the Italian football team Inter Milan has claimed its first European Cup for 45 years by beating Bayern Munich of Germany two nail in the final in Madrid. Both goals were scored by the Argentine striker Diego Milito. The win gave Inter Milan an unprecedented treble in one season, the Italian League Cup and the European Cup.

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BBC news with Nick Kelly
British cabinet ministers who were visiting Kabul have played down differences that had appeared to be growing between the foreign secretary William Hague and the defence secretary Liam Fox over the future British role in Afghanistan. From Kabul here's Mark Dummett.
Following a day of meetings in Kabul, the ministers were keen to stress that they would be working closely together to tackle what William Hague has described as Britain 's most urgent foreign policy priority. The international development secretary Andrew Mitchell said it was impossible to put the cigarette paper between his views for example are ? of defence secretary Liam Fox who had argued in the newspaper interview that Britain should move away from nation building and focus more narrowly on Britain security interests. Here in Kabul Dr. Fox was keen to play down those comments. In his nwespaper interview, Liam Fox said he also wanted to see if those any chance will bring the troops back home fast than planned. But William Hagur said it wouldn't be possible to set any kind of date.
NATO says insurgents have attacked its main minitary base in southern Afghanistan. The NATO spokesman told the BBC that Kandahar airfield had come under the rocket and mortar fire. He said several native personal have been wounded but that attack was not over. On Wednesday the coalition's main military base at Bagram near Kabul was attacked by militants.
Survivors of a plane crash in southern India have suggested the plane seem to hit something as it prepared to land. Then caught fire and broke into pieces. Officials say that there'd be no distress signal from the pilot. 166 people from board only 8 of survived. Sanjoy Majumder reports.
Officials say the aircraft of Boeing 737 landed midway on the runway located on top of the hill and was unable to stop. It's gadded of the runway and crashed into the heavily wooded gorged below. Incredibly some people were thrown clear of the wreckage and able to survive. Although it was raining at the time, aviation officials say it was not enough to make things difficult of the pilot and no indication from the call ? that something going wrong. All attention is on recovering the black box data recorder to establish what might have happened.
Isreal has thought to use its navy to prevent 9 ships from reaching the Gaza Strip where they are hoping to break Isreali blockade by sea. Jonathan Head watched one of the shipping lead in ports in Istanbul.
The crowd of several hundred well wishes waving large Palestinian flags bring the wet weather to send off the largest of the ships from the war from ? Most were strongly religious communicaties in Turkey but there were activists from many other Muslim countries who contributed to the ten thousand towns of building materials and medical supplies on board. Around 500 activists are travelling with the ships, 8 previous attempts have failed to break the blockade of Gaza. Isreali authorities have made it clear that they will not allow to this one through either.
This is the world news from the BBC.
The mothers of three young Americans deteined in Iran since July have returned to the United States after being allowed to meet them. Soon after arriving in Tehran on Wednesday, the mothers said the appeal for the release of the three, Sarah Shourd, her partner Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, saying that they have entered Iran accidentaly while hiking in northern Iraq. The Iranian government has accused three Americans of spying.
The court in Chile has sent back the prisoner Pakistani man. He was arrested to the United States embassy earlier this month. After allegedly testing the positive for explosives, the court in Mauhannas Saif ur Rehnab was a danger to the socirty and revoke his proposion. Mr. Mauhannas who insists his innocent to excuse of the entring the embassy was traces exploses on his hands and possessions when he went there to discuss visa.
The world's most expensive stamp, Treskilling Yellow of Sweden has been sold at auction for an undisclosed sum. James Reed has more.
The Treskilling Yellow owes its extraordinary value to its exceptional rarity. It's believed to be the only surviving miss print of a 1855 three shilling stamp. That was supposed to be green. The sale at a private auction house in Geneva was shrouded in secrecy. But it's thought the stamp fetched at least that 2.5 million dollars is thought for in 1996. That would confirm its reputation is the world's most valuable object by weight. The auctioneer said the buyer sold the stamp as a solid investment in turbulent economic times. Certainly, wealth does not get much more portable. That was James Reed reporting.
And finally, the Italian football team Inter Milan has claimed its first European Cup for 45 years by beating Bayern Munich of Germany two nail in the final in Madrid. Both goals were scored by the Argentine striker Diego Milito. The win gave Inter Milan an unprecedented treble in one season, the Italian League Cup and the European Cup
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BBC news with Nick Cally

British cabinte ministers who were visiting Kabul have palyed down differences that have appear to be growing between the foreigh secretary William * and the defence secretary Liam Fox over the future* in Afghanistan. From kabul here is Mark Damit.
Following a day of meeting in kabul, the ministers who is keen to stress that they will be working closely together to tackle what william* to describe just Britain's' most urgent policy priority. The international development secretary * said it wasn't possible to put cigarete paper between his views, for example, *of defence secretary Willaim Foxwho had argued in a newspaper interview that Britain should move away from nation building and focus more narrowly on Britain security interests. Here in kabul Dr.Fox was keen to play down those commons and his newspaper interview, William Folks also said he wants to see if those any chance or bring the troupes back home any fast than planned. But William *said he would not possible to set any kind of date.
NATO  says  in surgents have attacked its main military base in southern Afghanistan and NATO spokesman told the BBC that * to came under the rocket and motofire. He said several NATO personnel who have been wounded but the attack was never over. On wednesday the * main military base  * was attacked by militants.
Survivors of a plane crush  in southern India have suggested the plane seemed to hit something as it prepare to land, then caughtfire and broken to pieces. Official say that there would be no distress signal form the pilot ,166 on board only 8 survaled .* report.
Official says the aircraft boering737landed middle way on the runway, located on the top of the hill and was unable to stop. It's gadded off the runway and crushed into a heavily what it called * below. Incredibly, some people were thrown clear the wreckage and were able to survive. Although it was raining all the time, aviation official say it was not enough to make things  difficult for the pilot and there is no indication from the * that something is going wrong. All of intention is in the recovering the black box date recorder to establish what might have happened.

Israel has thought use its navy to prevent 9 ships form the reaching Gaza strip where they are hoping to break an Israeli *by sea. * watched one of those ships leaving port iN Istanbul.
The crowed of several hundreds  well wishes waving large in Palestinian falg, *the wed weather to send off the largest the ships from the *, form the *.most were from strongly religious communities in Turkey. But there were activists from other Musliam counties who contributed to the ten thousands of building materials in medical supplies on board. Around 5 hundred activists were travelling with the ships. 8 previous attempts have failed to break the blocket of Gaza. Israeli authorities have made it clear that they will not allow this one through either.
This is the world news from BBC.
The mothers of three young Americans detained in Iran since last July have returned to the United States after being allowed to meet them. Soon after arriving In Tehran on Wednesday, the mothers had appear for the release of the three, Sarah Shourd, her partner Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, saying they had entered Iran accidentally while hiking in northern Iraq. The Iranian government has accused the three Americans of spying.
A court in Chile has sent back to prison a Pakistani man who was arrested at the*embassy earlier this month after allegedly testing positive for explosives. The court said *was a danger to society and revoked his probation. Mr.Mauhannas who insists his innocent as excuse of entering the embassy was traces of explosives on his hands and possessions when he went there to discuss the visa.
The world's most expensive stamp, Treskilling Yellow of Sweden has been sold at auction for an undisclosed sum. James Reed has more.
The Treskilling Yellow owes its extraordinary value to its exceptional rarity. It's believed to be the only surviving miss print of a 1855 three shilling stamp. That was supposed to be green. The sale at a private auction house in Geneva was shrouded in secrecy. But it's thought the stamp fetched at least that 2.5 million dollars is thought for in 1996. That would confirm its reputation is the world's most valuable object by weight. The * said the buyer sold the stamp as a solid investment in turbulent economic times. Certainly, wealth does not get much more portable. That was James Reed reporting.
And finally, the Italian football team Inter Milan has claimed its first European Cup for 45 years by beating * of Germany two nail in the final in Madrid. Both goals were scored by the Argentine striker Diego Milito. The win gave Inter Milan an unprecedented treble in one season, the Italian League Cup and the European Cup


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BBC News with Nick Kelly.

British Cabinet Ministers who were visiting Kabul have played down differences that appear to be growing between the Foreign Secretary William Hague and the Defence Secretary Liam Fox over the future British's role in Afghanistan. From Kabul, here is Mark Dummett.

Following a day of meetings in Kabul. the ministers were keen to stress that they would be working closely together to tackle what William Hague has described as Britain's most urgent foreign policy priority. The International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell said it was impossible to put cigarette paper between his views for example, are knows of the Defence Secretary Liam Fox who had argued in a newspaper interview that Britain should move away from nation building and focus more narrowly on Britain security interests. Here in Kabul, Dr. Fox was keen to play down those comments. In his newspaper interview, Liam Fox also said he wants to see if
there’s any chance of bringing
in the troops back home any fast than planned. But William Hague said it wouldn't be possible to set any kind of date.

NATO says insurgents have attacked its main military base in southern Afghanistan. A NATO spokesman told the BBC that Kandahar airfield had come under rocket and mortar fire. He said several NATO personnel have been wounded, but that the attack was
now
over. On Wednesday, the coalition's main military base at Bagram near Kabul was attacked by militants.

Survivors of a plane crash in southern India have suggested the plane seemed to hit something as it prepared to land, then caught fire and broke into pieces. Officials say there'd be no distress signal from the pilot. 166 people on board, only eight survived. Sanjoy Majumder reports.

Officials say the aircraft of Boeing 737, landed midway on the runway, located on top of the hill and was unable to stop. It / off the runway and crashed into a heavily
wooded garge below. Incredibly, some people were thrown clear of the wreckage and were able to survive. Although it was raining at the time, aviation officials say it was not enough to make things difficult for the pilot. And there was no indication from the /
of something going wrong. All attention is on recovering the black box data recorder to establish what might have happened.

Israel has
failed
to use its navy to prevent nine ships from reaching the Gaza Strip where they are hoping to break an Israeli blockade by sea. Jonathan Head watched one of the ships lead in port in Istanbul.

The crowd of several hundred well wishes waving large Palestinian flags, brave the wet weather to send off the largest of the ships from a war from the ... Most were from strong religious communities in Turkey, but there were activists from many other Muslim countries who contributed to the 10,000 towns of building materials and medical supplies on board. Around 500 activists are traveling with the ships. Eight previous attempts have failed to break the blockade of Gaza. Israeli authorities have made it clear they will not allow this one through either.

This is the World News from the BBC.

The mothers of three young Americans detained in Iran since last July have returned to the United States after being allowed to meet them. Soon after arriving In Tehran on Wednesday, the mothers had appear for the release of the three, Sarah Shourd, her partner Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, saying they had entered Iran accidentally while hiking in northern Iraq. The Iranian government has accused the three Americans of spying.

A court in Chile has sent back to prison a Pakistani man who was arrested at the .
United States embassy earlier this month after allegedly testing positive for explosives. The court said Mauhannas Saif ur Rehnab Khan was a danger to society and revoked his probation. Mr.Mauhannas who insists his innocent as excuse of entering the embassy was traces of explosives on his hands and possessions when he went there to discuss a
visa.

The world's most expensive stamp, Treskilling Yellow of Sweden has been sold at auction for an undisclosed sum. James Reed has more.

The Treskilling Yellow
owns its extraordinary value to its exceptional rarity. It's believed to be the only surviving miss print of a 1855 three shilling stamp. That was supposed to be green. The sale at a private auction house in Geneva was shrouded in secrecy. But it's thought the stamp fetched at least that 2.5 million dollars is thought for in 1996. That would confirm its reputation as the world's most valuable object by weight. The auctioneer said the buyer saw
the stamp as a solid investment in turbulent economic times. Certainly, wealth does not get much more portable. That was James Reed reporting.

And finally, the Italian football team Inter Milan has claimed its first European Cup for 45 years by beating Bayern Munich of Germany two nail in the final in Madrid. Both goals were scored by the Argentine striker Diego Milito. The win gave Inter Milan an unprecedented treble in one season, the Italian League Cup and the European Cup.
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British cabinet ministers who were visiting Kabul have played down differences that had been paid to growing between the foreign secretary William Hague and the defense secretary Leen Fox of the future British role in Afghanistan. From Kabul,  here is Mark Dummett.
Following the day’s meeting in Kabul, the ministers were keen to stress that they would be working closely together. To tackle what William Hague has described as Britan’s first foreign policy priority. The international development secretary Andrew Mitchell said it’s impossible to put a secret table between his views, for example, a note of the defense secretary Leen Fox, who had argued in a news interview, that Britan should move away from nation building, focus more narrowly on Britan’s security intersts. Here in Kabul, Dr. Fox is keen to play down these comments. And in a newspaper interview, Leen Fox also said he wanted to see if there any chance of bringing the troops back home any faster than planned. But William said it would’nt be possible to set any kind of date.

NATO says insurgents have attacked its main military base in Southern Afghanistan. A NATO spokesman tole the BBC that Kandahar airfield to come on the rocket and motifire. He said that several NATO personal had been wounded, but the attack is now over. On Wednesday, the … main military base background in Bagram near Kabul was attacked by militants.

Survivors of a plane crash in Souther India has suggested the plan seemed to hit something as it prepared to land, then caught fire and broke into pieces. Officials say there being no stressed signal from the pilot. 164 people on board only 8 survived. Sanjoy Majumder reports.
Officials said the aircraft a boeing 737 landed midway on the runway, located on the top of hail, and was unable to stop. It’s kicked off the runway, and crashed a …below. Incredibly, some people were thrown clear of the wreckage, were able to survive. Although it was raining at that time, aviation officials say it was not enough to make things difficult for the pilot, having no indications from the copy that something going wrong, all attention is recovering the black box’s datarecorder to establish what might have happened.

Israel has found …’s navy to prevent 9 ships reaching the Gaza Strip where they are hoping to break the Israel blockade by sea. Jonathan Head one of the ship’s leading port in Istanbul.
A crowed of several hundred well-wishes weaving large Pakistanian flags breath the wet weather to send off the largest of the ships …a war from …most were from strongly religious communities in Turkey, but the activities from other Muslin countries were contributed to the 10,000 tons of building materials and medicine supplied on board, around 500 activists are traveling with the ships. 8 previous attempts have failed to break to blockade of Gaza. Israel authorities have made it clear that they will not allowe this to flow, either.

This is the world news from the BBC.

The mothers of three young American detained in Iran since last July have returned the US after being allowed to visit them. Soon after arriving in Twan last Wednesday, the mothers have appealed for the release of the three,Sarah Shourd, her partner Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, said they’d entered Iran accidentally, on hiking the northern Iraq, the Iranian government accused the 3 Americans of syping.

A court in Chile has sent back to prison a Pakistanian man who was arrested in the US embassy earlier this month, after allegedly testing positive for explosives. The court said Mauhannas Saif UR Rehnab Khan was a danger to society and revoked his probation. Mr. Mauhannas who insisted that he was innocent is accused of entering the embassy with traces of explosives on his hand, and possissions when he went there to discuss the visa.

The world’s most expensive steamp, Treskilling yellow of Sweden has been sold at auction for a undisclosed. sum. James Rey has more.
The Treskiling Yellow odds is a extremely value to its exceptional rarity. It’s believed to be the only surving misprint of a 1858 3-Shilling stamp, was supposed to be green. The sale at a private auction in Geneva was trailed in secrecy. But it’s sold … at least 2.5million dollars is thoughtful in 1996.that would confirm the reputation that it’s the world’s most valuable object by weight. The auctioneer said the buyer saw the stamp as a solid investment in turbulent economic times. Certainly, wealth does not gte much more portable.

Now is James Ray reporting. And finaly, the Italian football team Inter Milan has claimed its first European cup for 45 years by beating Bayern Munich of Germany two nail in the final in …. Both goals were scored by the Argentine striker Diego Milito. The win gave Inter Milan an unprecedented treble in one season, the italian League Cup and the European Cup.
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BBC News with Nick Kelly.

British Cabinet Ministers who were visiting Kabul have played down differences that had have appeared to be growing between the Foreign Secretary William Hague and the Defense Secretary Liam Fox over the future British's role in Afghanistan. From Kabul, here is Mark Dummett.

Following a day of meetings in Kabul. the ministers were keen to stress that they would be working closely together to tackle what William Hague has described as Britain's most urgent foreign policy priority. The International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell said it was impossible to put a cigarette paper between his views for example, are knows of the Defense Secretary Liam Fox who had argued in a newspaper interview that Britain should move away from nation building and focus more narrowly on Britain security interests. Here in Kabul, Dr. Fox was keen to play down those comments. In his newspaper interview, Liam Fox also said he wants to see if those any chance will bring in the troops back home any faster than planned. But William Hague said it wouldn't be possible to set any kind of date.

NATO says insurgents have attacked its main military base in southern Afghanistan. A NATO spokesman told the BBC that Kandahar airfield had come under rocket and mortar fire. He said several NATO personnel have been wounded, but that the attack was now over. On Wednesday, the coalition's main military base at Bagram near Kabul was attacked by militants.

Survivors of a plane crash in southern India have suggested the plane seemed to hit something as it prepared to land, then caught fire and broke into pieces. Officials say there'd be no distress signal from the pilot. 166 people on board, only eight survived. Sanjoy Majumder reports.

Officials say the aircraft of Boeing 737, landed midway on the runway, located on top of the hill and was unable to stop. It skidded off the runway and crashed into a heavily what it gorged below. Incredibly, some people were thrown clear of the wreckage and were able to survive. Although it was raining at the time, aviation officials say it was not enough to make things difficult for the pilot. And there was no indication from the cock bit of something going wrong. All attention is on recovering the black box data recorder to establish what might have happened.

Israel has filed to use its navy to prevent nine ships from reaching the Gaza Strip where they are hoping to break an Israeli blockade by sea. Jonathan Head watched one of the ships leaving port in Istanbul.

The crowd of several hundred well wishes waving large Palestinian flags, brave the wet weather to send off the largest of the ships from a war from the ... Most were from strongly religious communities in Turkey, but there were activists from many other Muslim countries who contributed to the 10,000 tons of building materials and medical supplies on board. Around 500 activists are traveling with the ships. Eight previous attempts have failed to break the blockade of Gaza. Israeli authorities have made it clear they will not allow this one through either.

This is the World News from the BBC.

The mothers of three young Americans detained in Iran since last July have returned to the United States after being allowed to meet them. Soon after arriving In Tehran on Wednesday, the mothers had appeal for the release of the three, Sarah Shourd, her partner Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, saying they had entered Iran accidentally while hiking in northern Iraq. The Iranian government has accused the three Americans of spying.

A court in Chile has sent back to prison a Pakistani man who was arrested at the ... states embassy earlier this month after allegedly testing positive for explosives. The court said Mauhannas Saif ur Rehnab Khan was a danger to society and revoked his probation. Mr.Mauhannas who insists his innocent as excuse of entering the embassy was traces of explosives on his hands and possessions when he went there to discuss the visa.

The world's most expensive stamp, Treskilling Yellow of Sweden has been sold at auction for an undisclosed sum. James Reed has more.

The Treskilling Yellow owes its extraordinary value to its exceptional rarity. It's believed to be the only surviving miss print of a 1855 three shilling stamp. That was supposed to be green. The sale at a private auction house in Geneva was shrouded in secrecy. But it's thought the stamp fetched at least that 2.5 million dollars is thoughtful in 1996. That would confirm its reputation as the world's most valuable object by weight. The auctioneer said the buyer sold the stamp as a solid investment in turbulent economic times. Certainly, wealth does not get much more portable. That was James Reed reporting.

And finally, the Italian football team Inter Milan has claimed its first European Cup for 45 years by beating Bayern Munich of Germany two nail in the final in Madrid. Both goals were scored by the Argentine striker Diego Milito. The win gave Inter Milan an unprecedented treble in one season, the Italian League Cup and the European Cup.

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