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(The humanitarian catastrophe in Pakistan, where a fifth of)
the country is flooded, has led to renewed calls for help from the government in Islamabad. The Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi told the BBC the disaster was too great for Pakistan to handle alone, and an international failure to get immediate aid to those in need could leave millions to starve. He also warned of the activities of charities linked to militant groups who were trying to exploit the situation.

“When people are suffering, they do not differentiate from where help is coming. If a person is hungry, if a person is thirsty, and you provide water, he will not ask you whether you are a moderate or an extremist. He will grab that water from you and save himself and his children who are starving. So we have to be aware of this challenge.”

The United Nations has warned that up to 3.5 million children are at risk from waterborne diseases. It says a boost in funding is urgently needed to get safe drinking water to 6 million children.

With American forces just weeks away from ending their combat operations in Iraq, there’s been another blow to the protracted negotiations to try to form a stable coalition government. Five months after Iraqis went to the polls, the alliance that won the most seats, the al-Iraqiya bloc, has suspended its talks with the second-placed Shiite-led bloc of the Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. This was in response to Mr al-Maliki describing al-Iraqiya as a “Sunni group” rather than cross-sectarian. A member of the al-Iraqiya bloc, Adnan al-Danbus, said the prime minister’s remarks were not helpful.

“The prime minister’s words reflect his personal opinion and, perhaps, his true beliefs, but we were not expecting such statements from the prime minister. On the contrary, we were hoping to forge an alliance and a partnership in forming the next government. However, such remarks will put distance between our party lists and inflame the political scene.”

The former prime minister of Britain, Tony Blair, is to donate the profits from his forthcoming memoirs to a charity that helps British injured soldiers. With the details, here’s our reporter, Rajini Vaidyanathan.

Tony Blair’s autobiography is called A Journey. It’ll certainly be a money-making one. The book’s publishers, Random House, paid an estimated $7.5 million as an advance for it. But that, plus all the profits, are to be donated to the Royal British Legion which provides rehabilitation for injured soldiers. A spokesman for the former prime minister said this was Mr Blair’s way of recognizing the courage the armed forces demonstrate, day in, day out. But the families of some of those who lost their lives in Iraq have criticised the donation. The father of one soldier who died in a conflict described it as "blood money."

Rajini Vaidyanathan reporting.

World News from the BBC.

The American Defence Secretary Robert Gates has said the United States would definitely start reducing the number of its soldiers in Afghanistan next July. His comments to the Los Angeles Times newspaper come after the new commander of international forces in Afghanistan, General David Petraeus, said he might advise President Obama to delay the withdrawal.

The United States senator leading an investigation into the release of a Lockerbie bomber, Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, has called for “whistle-blowers” to come forward with inside information. Robert Menendez is looking at whether the Libyan’s release from a Scottish prison nearly a year ago was linked to a BP oil deal with Libya.

Officials from the United States have been allowed to visit an American serving hard labor in North Korea for entering the country illegally at the start of the year. A State Department spokesman said two doctors and a consular official visited Aijalon Gomes in hospital in the capital Pyongyang. US officials were concerned about Mr Gomes’s health and welfare after North Korea said last month he’d attempted suicide.

A Colombian passenger plane has crashed and broken up into three pieces after reportedly being hit by lightning as it was coming into land on the Caribbean island of San Andres. All but one of the more than 120 people on board survived. The Island’s governor said it was a miracle that only one person died in the crash. Jeremy McDermott has this report from Colombia.

The Aires Boeing 737 was coming from Bogota, carrying holidaymakers looking for some Caribbean sun during the long weekend. It seems the plane encountered an electrical storm as it came into land, and was hit by lightning during its final approach to San Andres Airport. The crash-landing broke the plane into several pieces, killing one elderly passenger who had a heart attack and seriously injuring another five. The remainder of the 121 passengers and 6 crew suffered mainly minor injuries.

That was Jeremy McDermott reporting.

That’s the BBC News.


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…the country is flooded has led to renewed calls for help from the government in Islamabad. The Foreign Minster Shah Mehmood Qureshi told the BBC the disaster was too great for Pakistan to handle alone, and an international failure to get immediate aid to those in need could leave millions to starve. He also warned of the activities of charities linked to militant groups who are trying to exploit the situation.

When people are suffering, they do not differentiate of where help is coming. If a person is hungry, if a person is thirsty, and you provide water, he would not ask you whether you are a moderate or an extremist. He will grab that water from you and save himself and his children who were starving. So we have to be aware of this challenge.

The United Nations has warned that up to 3.5 million children are at risk from waterborne diseases. It says a boost in funding is urgently needed to get safe drinking water to six million children.

With American forces just weeks away from ending their combat operations in Iraq, there’s been another blow to the protracted negotiations to try to form a stable coalition government. Five months after Iraqis went to the pose, the alliance that won the most seats, the al-Iraqiya bloc, has suspended its talks with the second-placed Shiite-led bloc of the prime minister, Nouri al-Maliki. This was in response to Mr. Maliki describing al-Iraqiya as a Sunni group rather cross-sectarian. A member of the al-Iraqiya bloc, agnal danbus, said the prime minister’s remarks were not healthful.

The prime minister’s words reflect his personal opinion of the hapsi’s troop beliefs. But we were not expecting such statements from the prime minister. On the contrary, we were hoping to forge an alliance and upon this we can form the next government. However, such remarks will put distance between our Party lists and inflame the political scene.

The former prime minister of Britain, Tony Blair, is to donate the profits from his forthcoming memoirs to a charity that helps British injured soldiers. With the details, here’s our reporter Rajini Vaidyanathan.

Tony Blair’s autobiography is called A Journey. It will certainly be a money-making one. The book’s publishers, Random House, paid an estimated $7.5 million as an advance for it. But that, plus all the profits, are to be donated to the Royal British Legion which provides rehabilitation for injured soldiers. The spokesman for the former prime minister said this was Mr. Blair’s way of recognizing the courage the armed forces demonstrate, day in, day out. But the families of some of those who lost their lives in Iraq have criticized the donation. The father of one soldier who died in a conflict described it as “blood money”. Rajini Vaidyanathan reporting.

World News from the BBC.

The American Defense Secretary Robert Gates has said the United States would definitely start reducing the number of its soldiers in Afghanistan next July. His comments to the Los Angeles Times newspaper come after the new commander of international forces in Afghanistan, General David Patraeus, said he might advise President Obama to delay the withdrawal.

The United States Senator leading investigation into the release of a Lockerbie bomber, Abdul Al-Megrahi, has called for whistle blowers to come forward with inside information. Robert Menendez is looking at whether the Libyan’s release from a Scottish prison nearly a year ago was linked to a BP oil deal with Libya.

Officials from the United States have been allowed to visit an American serving hard labor in North Korea who entered the country illegally at the start of the year. A State Department spokesman said two doctors and a consulate official visited Aijalon Mahli Gomes in hospital in the capital Pyongyang. US officials were concerned about Mr. Gomes’s health and welfare after North Korea said last month he’d attempted to suicide.

A Colombian passenger plane has crashed and broken up into three pieces after reportedly being hit by lightning as it was coming into land on the Caribbean Island of San Andres. All but one of the more than 120 people on board survived. The Island’s governor said it was a miracle that only one person died in crash. Jeremy McDermott has this report from Colombia.

The Aires Boeing 737 was coming from Bogota, carrying holiday makers looking for some Caribbean sun during the long weekend. It seems the plane encountered an electrical storm as it came into land and was hit by lightning during its final approach to San Andres Airport. The crash landing broke the plane into several pieces, killing one elderly passenger who had heart attack and seriously injuring another five. The remainder of the 121 passengers and six crew suffered mainly minor injuries.
That was Jeremy McDermott reporting.

That’s the BBC News.
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...the country is flooded has led to renewed calls for help from the government in Islamabad. The Foreign Minister, Shah Mehmoud Qureshi, told the BBC the disaster was too great for Pakistan to handle alone, and an international failure to get immediate aids to those in need could leave millions to starve. He also warned the activities of charities linked to militant groups who are trying to exploit to the situation.

"When people are suffering, they do not differentiate on where help is coming. If a person is hungry, if a person is thirsty, and you provide water, he would not ask you whether you are a moderate or an extremist, he'll grab that water from you, and save himself and his children who were starving. So we have to be aware of this challenge."

The United Nations has warned that up to 3.5 million children are at risk from water-borne diseases. It says a boost in funding is urgently needed to get safe drinking water to 6 million children.

With American forces just weeks away from ending their combat operations in Iraq, there's been another blow to the protracted negotiations to try to form a stable coalition government. Five months after Iraqi went to the polls, the alliance that won the most seats, the al-Iraqiya block, has suspended its talks with the second-place Shiite-led block of the Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki. This was a response to Mr al-Maliki describing al-Iraqiya as a Sunni group rather than a cross sectarian. A member of the al-Iraqiya block, A. al-D. said the prime minister's remarks were not helpful.

"The prime minister's words reflect his personal opinions, and perhaps his true beliefs. But we will not expect such statement from the prime minister. On the contrary, we were hoping to forge an alliance and partnership in forming the next government. However, such remarks will put distance between our party \lists\, and inflamed the political scene."

The former prime minister of Britain, Tony Blair, is to donate the profits from his forthcoming memoirs to the charity that helps British injured soldiers. With the details, here's our reporter Rajini Vaidyanathan.

Tony Blair's autobiography is called "A Journey". It'll \\ a money-making one. The book's publisher's Radom House paid an estimated 7.5 million dollars as an advance for it. But that plus the profit, all to be donated to the Royal British Legion, which provides rehabilitation for injured soldiers. A spokesman for the former prime minister said this was Mr Blair's way of recognizing the courage the armed forces demonstrate day in day out. But the families of some of those who lost their lives in Iraq have criticized the donation. The father of one soldier who died in the conflict described it as "blood money'.

Rajini Vaidyanathan reporting.

World News from the BBC.

The American Defense Secretary Robert Gates has said the United States will definitely stop reducing the number of its soldiers in Afghanistan next July. His comments to the Los Angeles Times newspaper come after the new commander of international forces in Afghanistan General David Petraeus said he might advise President Obama to delay the withdrawal.

The United States Senator leading an investigation into the release of a Lockerbie bomber Abdel Baset al-Megrahi has called for a whistle blowers to come forward with inside information. Robert M. is looking at whether the Libyan's release from a Scottish nearly a year ago was linked to BP oil deal with Libya.

Officials from the United States have been allowed to visit an American serving hard labor in North Korea who was entering the country illegally at the start of the year. The State Department Spokesman said two doctors and a consular official visited Aijalon Gomes in hospital in the capital Pyongyang. US officials were concerned about Mr Gomes' health and welfare, after North Korea said last month he'd attempted suicide.

A Colombian passenger plane has crashed and broken up into three pieces after reportedly being hit by lightening as it was coming into land on the Caribbean Island of San Andres. All but one of the more than 120 people on board survived. The island's governor said it was a miracle that only one person died in the crash. Jeremy McDermott has this report from Colombia.

The AIRES Boeing 737 was coming from Bogota, carrying holiday makers looking for some Caribbean sun during the long weekend. It seems the plane encountered an electrical storm as it came into land and was hit by a lightening during its final approach to San Andres Airport. The crash landing broke the plane into several pieces, killing one elderly passenger who had a heart attack and seriously injuring another five. The remainder of the 121 passengers and six crew suffered mainly minor injuries.

That was our Jeremy McDermott reporting.

That's the BBC News.
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That the country is flooded has led to renewed calls for help from the government in Islamabad. The foreign minister, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, told the BBC that the disaster was too great for Pakistan to handle alone and an international failure to get immediate aid to those in need could leave millions to starve. He also warned the activities of charities linked to  militant groups who were trying to exploit the situation.

When people are suffering, they do not differentiate on where help is coming. If a person is hungry, if a person is thirsty, and you provide water, he would not ask you whether you are a migrant or an extremist. He will grab that water from you and save for himself and his children who were starving. So we have to be aware of this challenge.

The United Nations has warned that about 3.5 million children are at risk from waterborn diseases. It says a boost of funding is urgently needed to get safe drinking water to 6 million children.

With the American forces just weeks away from ending their combat operations in Iraq, there has been another blow to the protracted negotiations to try to form a stable coalition government. Five months after Iraqis went to the polls, the alliance that won the most seats, the al-Iraqiya bloc has suspended its talks with the second-place Shia-led bloc the Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. This was a response to Mr Maliki's describing al-Iraqiya as a Sunni group rather than cross sectarian. A member of the al-Iraqiya bloc, Agnal Danbus said the Prime Minister's remarks were not helpful.

The Prime Minister's words reflect his personal opinions and perhaps it's true beliefs, but we were not expecting such statements from the Prime Minister. On the contrary, we were hoping to forge an alliance and partenership in forming the next government. However, such remarks will put distance between our party lists and inflame the political scene.

The former Prime Minister of Britain, Tony Blair, is to donate the profist from his forthcoming memoirs to a charity that helps British injured soldiers. With the details, here's our reporter /.

Tony Blair's autobiograghy is called A Journey. It will certainly be a money-making one. The publisher Random House paid an estimated 7.5 million dollars as an advance for it. But that, plus all the profits are to be donated to the Royal British Legion which provides rehabilitation for injured soldiers. The spokesman for the former Prime Minister said this was Mr Blair's way of recognizing the courage the armed forces demonstrate day in, day out. But the families of some of those who lost their lives in Iraq have criticized the donation. The father of one soldier who died in the conflict described the donate as blood money.

World news from the BBC

The American Defense Secretary Robert Gates has said the United States will definitely start reducing the number of its soldiers in Afghanistan next July. His comments to the Los Angeles Times newspaper come after the new commander of international forces in Afghanistan General David Patraeus said he might advise President Obama to delay the withdraw.

The United States Senator leading an investigation into the release of a Lockerbie bomber Abdul Al-Megrahi has called for whistler blowers to come forward with inside information. Robert / is looking at whether the Lybian's release from a Scottish prison nearly a year ago was linked to a BP deal with Lybia.

Officials from the United States have been allowed to visit an American serving hard labour in North Korea, who entering the country illegally at the start of the year. The State Department spokesman said two doctors and a consulate official visited Aijalon Mahli Gomes in a hospital in the capital Pyongyang. US officials were concerned about Mr Gomes's health and welfare after North Korea said last month he'd attempted suicide.

A Columbian passenger plane has crashed and broken up into three pieces after reportedly being hit by lightning as it was coming to land on the Carribean island of San Andres. All but one of the more than 120 people on board survived. The island's governor said it was a miracle that only one person had died in the crash.

The / Boeing 707 was coming from Bogota carrying holiday-makers looking for some Carribean sun during the long weekend. It seems the plane encoutered an electronic storm as it came to land and was hit by lightning during its final approach to San Andres airport. The crash landing broke the plane into several pieces, killing one elderly passenger who had a heart attack and seriously injured another five. The remainder of the 121 passengers and six crew suffered maily minor injuries.

That's the BBC news.

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advance 预付款
inside information 内部信息
whistler blower 揭发者
consulate 领事馆

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The government of which the country is flooded has led to renewed calls for help from the government in Islamabad. The Foreign Minster Shah Mehmood Qureshi told the BBC the disaster was too great for Pakistan to handle alone, and an international failure to get immediate aid to those in need could leave millions to starve. He also warned of the activities of charities linked to militant groups who are trying to exploit the situation.

When people are suffering, they donot differentiate of where help is coming. If a person is hungry, if a person is thirsty, and you provide water, he would not ask you whether you are a moderate or an extremist. He will grab that water from you and save himself and his children who were starving. So we have to be aware of this challenge.

The United Nations has warned that up to 3.5 million children are at risk from waterborne diseases. It says a boost in funding is urgently needed to get safe drinking water to six million children.

With American forces just weeks away from ending their combat operations in Iraq, there’s been another blow to the protracted negotiations to try to form a stable coalition government. Five months after Iraqis went to the polls, the alliance that won the most seats, the al-Iraqiya bloc, has suspended its talks with the second-placed Shiite-led bloc of the rime minister, Nouri al-Maliki. This was in response to Mr. Maliki describing al-Iraqiya as a Sunni group rather than cross-sectarian. A member of the al-Iraqiya bloc, Agnal Danboos, said the prime minister’s remarks were not helpful.

The prime minister’s words reflect his personal opinion or perhaps true beliefs. But we were not expecting such statements from the prime minister. On the contrary, we were hoping to forge an alliance and a partnership in forming the next government. However, such remarks will put distance between our Party lists and inflame the political scene.

The former prime minister of Britain, Tony Blair, is to donate the profits from his forthcoming memoirs to a charity that helps British injured soldiers. With the details, here’s our reporter Rajini Vaidyanathan.

Tony Blair’s autobiography is called A Journey. It will certainly be a money-making one. The book’s publishers, Random House, paid an estimated $7.5 million as an advance for it. But that, plus all the profits, are to be donated to the Royal British Legion which provides rehabilitation for injured soldiers. The spokesman for the former prime minister said this was Mr. Blair’s way of recognizing the courage of the armed forces demonstrate, day in, day out. But the families of some of those who lost their lives in Iraq have criticized the donation. The father of one soldier who died in a conflict described it as “blood money”. Rajini Vaidyanathan reporting.

World News from the BBC.

The American Defense Secretary Robert Gates has said the United States would definitely start reducing the number of its soldiers in Afghanistan next July. His comments to the Los Angeles Times newspaper come after the new commander of international forces in Afghanistan, General David Patraeus, said he might advise President Obama to delay the withdrawal.

The United States Senator leading investigation into the release of a Lockerbie bomber, Abdul Al-Megrahi, has called for whistle blowers to come forward with inside information. Robert Menendez is looking at whether the Libyan’s release from a Scottish prison nearly a year ago was linked to a BP oil deal with Libya.

Officials from the United States have been allowed to visit an American serving hard labor in North Korea for entering the country illegally at the start of the year. A State Department spokesman said two doctors and a councilor official visited Aijalon Mahli Gomes in hospital in the capital Pyongyang. US officials were concerned about Mr. Gomes’s health and welfare after North Korea said last month he’d attempted to suicide.

A Colombian passenger plane has crashed and broken up into three pieces after reportedly being hit by lightning as it was coming into land on the Caribbean Island of San Andres. All but one of the more than 120 people on board survived. The Island’s governor said it was a miracle that only one person died in crash. Jeremy McDermott has this report from Colombia.

The Aires Boeing 737 was coming from Bogota, carrying holiday makers looking for some Caribbean songs during the long weekend. It seems the plane encountered an electrical storm as it came into land and was hit by lightning during its final approach to San Andres Airport. The crash landing broke the plane into several pieces, killing one elderly passenger who had heart attack and seriously injuring another five. The remainder of the 121 passengers and six crew suffered mainly minor injuries.That was Jeremy McDermott reporting.

That’s the BBC News.

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  …the country is flooded has led to renewed calls for help from the government in Islamabad. The Foreign Minster Shah Mehmood Qureshi told the BBC the disaster was too great for Pakistan to handle alone, and an international failure to get immediate aid to those in need could leave millions to starve. He also warned of the activities of charities links to militants groups who try to exploit the situation.

When people are suffering, they do not differentiate of where help is coming. If a person is hungry, if a person is thirsty, and you provide water, he would not ask you whether you are a moderate or an extremist. He will grab that water from you and save himself and his children who were starving. So we have to be aware of this challenge.

The United Nations has warned that 3.5 million children are at risk from waterborne diseases. It says boosting funding is urgently needed to get  drinking water to six million children.

With American forces just weeks away from ending their combat operations in Iraq, there’s been another blow to the protracted negotiations to try to form a stable coalition government. Five months after Iraqis went to the pose, the alliance that won the most seats, the al-Iraqiya bloc, has suspended its talks with the second-placed Shiite-led bloc of the prime minister, Nouri al-Maliki. This was in response to Mr. Maliki describing al-Iraqiya as a Sunni group rather cross-sectarian. A member of the al-Iraqiya bloc, agnal danbus, said the prime minister’s remarks were not healthful.

The prime minister’s words reflect his personal opinion of the hapsi’s troop beliefs. But we were not expecting such statements from the prime minister. On the contrary, we were hoping to forge an alliance and upon this we can form the next government. However, such remarks will put distance between our Party lists and inflame the political scene.

The former prime minister of Britain, Tony Blair, is to donate the profits from his forthcoming memoirs to a charity that helps British injured soldiers. With the details, here’s our reporter Rajini Vaidyanathan.

Tony Blair’s autobiography is called A Journey. It will certainly be a money-making one. The book’s publishers, Random House, paid an estimated $7.5 million as an advance for it. But that, plus all the profits, are to be donated to the Royal British Legion which provides rehabilitation for injured soldiers. The spokesman for the former prime minister said this was Mr. Blair’s way of recognizing the courage the armed forces demonstrate, day in, day out. But the families of some of those who lost their lives in Iraq have criticized the donation. The father of one soldier who died in a conflict described it as “blood money”. Rajini Vaidyanathan reporting.

   


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World News from the BBC.

The American Defense Secretary Robert Gates has said the United States will definitely start reducing the number of its soldiers in Afghanistan next July. His comments to the Los Angeles' Times newspaper come after the new commander of international forces in Afghanistan, General David Petraeus, said he might advise President Obama to delay the withdrawal.

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As the country is flooded has led to a new call for help from the government Islamabad.The Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi told the BBC the disaster is too great for Pakistan to handle alone and an international failure to get immediate aid to those in need could leave millions to starve.He also warned the activities and charities linked to militant groups who were trying to exploit the situation.
"When people are suffering, they do not differentiate on where help is coming.If a person is hungry, if a person is thirsty and you provide water he would not ask you whether you are a moderate or an extremist.He will grab that water from you and save himself and his children were starving.So they have to be aware of this challenge."
The UN has warned that up to 3.5 million children are at risk from water-borne diseases.It says a boost in funding is urgently needed to get safe drinking water to six million children.

With American forces just weeks away from ending their combat operations in Iraq, there's been another blow to the  protracted negotiations to try to form a state of coalition government.Five months after Iraqis went to the pose.The  alliance that won the most seats, the al-Iraqiya bloc, has suspened its talks with the second place Shiite-led bloc of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.This was in reponse to Mr al-Maliki describing al-Iraqiya as a Sunni group rather than cross sectarian.A member of the al-Iraqiya bloc * said the prime minister's remarks were not helpful.
The prime minister's words reflect his personal opinion and perhaps his true beliefs.But we were not expecting such statements from the prime minister.On the country, we were hoping to forge alliance and * form next government.Hoever, such remarks will put distance between our Party lists and inflame the political scene.

The former Prime Minister of Britain Tony Blair is to donate the profit from his forthcoming memoirs to a charity that helps British injured soldiers.With details, here's our reporter RV.
Tony Blair's autobiography is called A Journey.It will certainly be a money-making one.The book's publishes around house paid an estimated 7.5 million dollars as an advance for it.But that plus all profits, are to be donated to the Royal British Legion which provides rehabilitation for injured soldiers.A spokesman for the former prime minister said this was Mr Blair's way of recognizing the courage the amred forces demonstrate day in day out.And the families that some of those who lost their lives in Iraq have criticized the donation.A father of one soldier who died in the conflict described this as blood money.

World News from the BBC.

The American Defense Secretary Robert Gates has said the United States will definitely stop reducing the number of its soldiers in Afghanistan next July.His comments to the LS Time Newspaper come after the new commander of international forces General David Petraeus said he might advise President Obama to delay the withdrawal.

The United States Senate leading an investigation into the releasing of a Lockerby bomber,Abdel al-Megrahi has called for whistle blowers to come forward with inside information.Robert Menendez is looking at whether the Libyan's release from a Scottish prison nearly a year ago was linked to a BP oil deal with Liyba.

Officials from the United States have been allowed to visit an American serving hard labour in North Korea who entering the country illegally at the start of the year.The state department spokesman said two doctors and a consulate official visited Aijalon Gomes in hospital in the capital Pyongyang.US officials were concerned about Mr Gomes's health and welfare after North Korea said last month he’d attempted to suicide.

A Colombian passenger plane has crashed and broken up into three pieces after reported being hit by lightning as it was comeing into land on the Caribbean island of San Andres.All but one of more than 120 people on board survived.The island's governor said it was a miracle that only one person died in the crash.JM has this report from Colombia.
The Aires Boeing 737 was coming from Bogota carrying holiday makers looking to some Caribbean sun during the low weekend.It seems the plane encountered an electrical storm as it came into land and was hit by lightning during its final approach to San Andres Airport.The crash landing broke the plane into several pieces, killing one elderly passenger who had a heart attack and seriously injuring another five.The remain of the 121 passengers and six crew suffered mainly minor injuries.
That's JM reports.

That’s the BBC News.
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of the country is flooded has led to renewed cause for help from the government in Islamabad. The Foreign Minister, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, told the BBC the disaster was too great for Pakistan to held a loan and an international failure to get immediate aid to those in need could leave millions to starve. He also warned of the activities of charities linked to militant groups who are trying to exploit to the situation.

“When people are suffering, they do not differentiate on where have these coming. If a person is hungry, if a person is thirsty, and you provide water, he would not ask you whether you are a moderate or an extremist, he will grape that water from you and save himself and his children who was starving. So we have to be aware of this challenge.”

The United Nations has warned that up to 3.5 million children are at risk from water-born diseases. It says a boost on funding is urgently needed to get safe drinking water to 6 million children.

With the American forces just weeks away from ending their combat operations in Iraq, there has been another blow to the protracted negotiations to try to form a stable coalition government. Five months after Iraqis went to the polls, the alliance that one of the most seized the Iraqia block has suspended its talks with the second-placed Shiite-led block of the Prime Minister, Nurio Malaqi. This was in response to Mr. Malaqi describing out Iraqia as a Sunni group rather than cross-sectarian. A member of the Iraqia block, A* Dunbus, said the prime minister’s remarks were not helpful.

The prime minister’s words reflect his personal opinion and perhaps his true beliefs, a * not expecting such statement from the prime minister. On the contrary, we were hoping to forging our alliance in punish and forming our next government. However, such remarks will put distance between our party lists and inflame the political thing.

The former Prime Minister of Britain, Tony Blair, is to donate the profits from his forth coming memoirs to a charity which helps British injured soldiers. With the details, here is our reporter, Verginee Vigernuf.

Tony Blair’s autobiography is called “A Journey”. It’ll set maybe a money-making one. The book publishers around his house paid an estimated $7.5 million in advance for it. But that puzzled profits are to be donated to the Royal British Legen, which provides rehabilitation for injured soldiers. A spokesman for the former prime minister said this was Mr. Blair’s way of recognizing the courage the armed forces demonstrate day in day out. The families of some of those who lost their lives in Iraq have criticized the donation. The father of one soldier who died in a conflict described it as “blood money”.

Verginee Vigernuf reporting.

World News from the BBC

The American Defense Secretary, Robert Gates, has said the United States will definitely start reducing the number of its soldiers in Afghanistan next July. His comments to the Los Angles Times newspaper come after the new commander of international forces in Afghanistan, General David Petraeus, said he might advise President Obama to delay the withdrawal.

The United States Senator leading an investigation into the release of the Lockerbie bomber, Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi, has called for whistle blast to come for it with inside information. Robert Mernandy is looking at whether the Libyan’s release from a Scottish prison nearly a year ago was linked to a BP oil deal with Libya.

Officials from the United States have been allowed to visit an American serving hard labor in North Korea, who entering the country illegally at the start of the year. A state department spokesman said two doctors and a consular official visited Agleam Gomes in hospital in the capital Pyongyang. US officials were concerned about Mr. Gomes’s health and welfare after North Korea said last month he attempted suicide.

A Colombia passenger plane has crashed and broken up into three pieces after reportedly being hit by lightening as it was coming into land on the Caribbean island of Sanan Dris. All but one of the more than 120 people onboard survived. The island’s governor said it was a miracle that only one person died in the crash. Jeremy McDermott has this report from Colombia.

The * Boeing 737 was coming from Bogota, carrying holiday makers looking for some Caribbean sun during the long weekend. It seems the plane encountered an electrical storm as it came into land, almost hit by lightening during its final approach the Sanan Derze airport. The crash landing broke the plane into several pieces, killing one eldly passenger who had a heart attack and seriously injuring another five. The remain of the 121 passengers and six crew suffered mainly minor injuries.

That was Jeremy McDermott reporting.

That’s the BBC News.

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   the country is flooded has led to renewed calls for help from the government in Islamabad. The Foreign Minster Shah Mehmood Qureshi told the BBC the disaster was too great for Pakistan to handle alone, and an international failure to get immediate aid to those in need could leave millions to starve. He also warned of the activities of charities linked to militant groups who are trying to exploit the situation.

   When people are suffering, they do not differentiate of where help is coming. If a person is hungry, if a person is thirsty, and you provide water, he would not ask you whether you are a moderate or an extremist. He will grab that water from you and save himself and his children who were starving. So we have to be aware of this challenge.

    The United Nations has warned that up to 3.5 million children are at risk from waterborne diseases. It says a boost in funding is urgently needed to get safe drinking water to six million children.

    With American forces just weeks away from ending their combat operations in Iraq, there’s been another blow to the protracted negotiations to try to form a stable coalition government. Five months after Iraqi went to the pose ,the aillance that won the most seats , the al-Iraqiya bloc has suspended its talks with the second-place Shiite-led bloc of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.This was in response to Mr Maliki describing al-Iraqiya as a Sunni group rather cross-sectarian.A member of the al-Iraqiya bloc,agnal danbus,said the Prime Minister remarks were not helpful.
   The Prime Minister's words reflected his personal opinion of the hapsi's troop beliefs,but we were not expecting such things from the Prime Minister ,on the contrary ,we were hoping to forge an alliance and a partnership forming the next government .However,such remarks will put distance between our party lists and inflame the political scene.
  The former Prime Minister of Britian ,Tony Blair,is to donate the profits from his forthcoming memoirs to a charity that help British injured soldiers .With the details ,here is our reporter Rajini Vaidyanathan.
   Tony Blair's autobiography is called a journey.It says will be a money- making one .The book publisher,Random House ,paid an estimated $7.5 million dollars as an advance for it.But that ,plus all the profits ,are to be donated to Royal British Legion which provides rehabilitation for injured soldiers .The spokensman for the former Prime Minister said this was Mr.Blair 's way of recognizing the courage the armed forces demostrate ,day in ,day out.But families of some of those who lost their lives in Iraq have criticized the donation.The father of one soldier who died in conflict described it as blood money.Rajini Vaidyanathan reporting.
  World News from the BBC.
   The American Defence Secretary Robert Gates has said the United States will definitely start to reduce the number of  its soldiers in Afghanistan in July ,his comments to the Los Angeles Times newspaper come after the new commander of internatioanl forces in Afghanistan ,General David Patraeus,said he might advise President Obama to delay the withdrawal.
    The United States Senator leading investigation into the release of a Lockerbie bomber,Abdul Al-Megrahi,has called for whistle blowers to come forward with inside information.Robert Menendez  is looking at whether  the Libyan’s  release from a  Scottish prison nearly a year ago.With a link to BP oil deal with Libya.
   Officials from the United States have been allowed  to visit American serving  hard lalor in North Korea who entring the country illeaglly at the start of the year.A State Department spokensman said two doctors and a consulate official visited Aijalon Mahli Gomes in hospital in the capital Pyongyang.US officials were concerned about Mr.Gome's health and welfare after North Korea said last months he's attempterd to suicide.
    A Colombian passenger plan has crashed and broken up into 3 pieces after reportedly being hit by lightning as it was coming into land on Caribbean Island of San Andres.All but one of the more than 120 people on board survived .The island's governor it was miracle that only one person died in the crash.Jeremy McDermott has this report from Colombia.
    The Aires Boeing 737 was coming from Bogota,carrying holiday makers looking for some Caribbean sun during the long weekend.It seemed the plane encountered an electrical storm as it come into land and was hit by lightning during its final approach to San Andres Airport.The crash landing  broken the plane into serval pieces ,killing one elderly passenger who had heart attack and seriously injuring  in another five.The remainder of the 121 people passenger and six crew suffered mainly minor injuries.That was Jeremy McDermott reporting.
  That's the BBC news.
  

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//of the country is flooded has led to renewed calls for help from the government of Islamabad. The Foreign Minister Shamahmud Krishi told the BBC the disaster was too great for Pakistan to handle it alone and international failure to get immediate aid to those in need could leave millions to starve. He also warned the activities of charities linked to militant groups who were trying to exploit the situation.
When people are suffering, they do not differentiate on where hope is coming. If a person is hungry, if a person is thirsty, and you provide water, he would not ask you whether you are a moderate or extremist, he would grab that water from you and save himself and his children who were starving. So we have to be aware of this challenge.
The United Nations has warned that up to 3.5 million children are at risk of water borne diseases. It says a boost in funding is urgently needed to get safe drinking water to 6 million children.

The American forces, just weeks away from ending their combat operations in Iraq, has been another blow to the retracted negotiations to try to form a stable coalition government.
Five months after Iraq’s winter appose, the alliance, one of the most seats, All ila-Kiah block has suspended its talks with its second placed Shia-led block’s prime minister Nori al-Mannoki. This was response with Mr. al-Mannoki described Mr. ial-Kiah a Sunni group rather than a cross sectarian. A member of All ila-Kiah block Adnael Dunbuss said the prime minister’s remarks were not helpful.
The prime minister’s words reflect his personal opinion and perhaps it’s true belief, but we were not expecting such statement from the prime minister. On the contrary, we were hoping to forge an alliance and a partnership in forming the next government. However, such remarks would put distance between our party beliefs and inflame the political scene.

The former prime minister of Britain, Tony Blair, is to donate the profits from his fourth coming memoirs to a charity that helps British injured soldiers
With details here’s our reporter, Rigelly .Vigeillaf
Tony Blair’s autobiography is called a journey. It will certainly be a money-making one. The book’s publisher, Random House, paid an estimated 7.5 millions dollars in advance for it. But that plus all the profits are to be donated to a royal British legion, which provides rehabilitation for injured soldiers.
A spokesman for the prime minister said this was Mr. Blair’s way of recognizing and encouraging the armed forces demonstrate “Day in day out.”
But the families of some of those who lost their lives in Iraq have criticized the donation. The father of one soldier who died in the conflict described these as blood money.

Regeilly Vigeillaf reporting.

World News from the BBC.

The American Defence Secretary Robert Gates has said the United States would definitely start reducing the numbers of its soldiers in Iraq next July. This comment to the Los Angelis Times newspaper come after new comment of international forces in Afghanistan general David Petrias said he might advise president Obama to delay the withdraw.
The United States senator leading an investigation into the release of Lockerby Bomber Abdubasse all-grahi has called for whistle blower to come forward with inside information. Robert Mernandy says he’s looking at whether the Libyan’s release from Scottish prison nearly a year ago was linked to BP oil deal within Libya.

Officials from the United States have been allowed to visit an American surveying harbour labour in North Korea, originally the country illegally at the start of the year. The States Dpartment spokesman said two doctors and a consular official visited Agilla Gourmes in hospital in the capital Pyongyang. US officials were concerned about Mr. G‘s health and welfare after North Korea said last month he did attempted suicide.

A Colombia passenger plane has crushed and broken up into three pieces after reportedly being hit by lightning as it was coming into land on Caribbean island of Saelan Drees.
All but one of more than 120 people on board survived. The island’s governor said it was a miracle that only one person died in the crash.
Jeremy McDalate has this report from Colombia.
The Irder’s Boeing 737 is come from Bogotá, carrying holiday maker looking for some Caribbean sun during the long weekend It seems the plane encountered a electrical storm as it came in the land and was hit by lightning during its final approach to Saelan Drees’s airport. The crash landing broke the plane into several pieces killing one elderly passenger who had a heart attack and seriously injured another five, the remaining of 120 passengers and six crew suffered many minor injures.
That was Jeremy McDalate reporting

That’s the BBC World News.
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....the country is flooded has let to renewal course for help from government in Islambad. The foreign minister Shamohamond Krishi told the BBC that the disaster was too great for Pakistan to handle alone. And International fillia to get immediate aids to those in need could leave millions to starve. He also warned the activities have charities linked to militant groups who were trying to destroy the situation.

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The former Prime Minister of Britain Tony Blair is to donate for profits from his forthcoming memoirs to a charity to help British injuried soldiers. With the details, here are our reporter Rejili Wajinaf.

Tony Blair's autobiography is called A Journey. X says X a money-making one. The book publishes random house paid less than seven and a half million dollars in advanced forate. But that parcel the profits after being donated to Royal British legine which provides rehabilitation for injured soldiers. The spokesman for the former Prime Minister said this was Mr.Blair's way of recognizing the courage of army forces demonstrate, day in, day out. But the family of some those who lost their lives in Iraq have criticized the donation. The father, one soldier who died in a conflict described it as blood money. Diny Wajinaf is reporting.

World news from the BBC.

The American Defense Secretary Robert Gates has said the United States will definitely start reducing the number of its soliders in Afganistan next July. His comments to the Los Angels Times newsapaper, come after the new commander of international forces in Afganistan General David Patrerus said he might advise President Obama to delay the withdrawal. The United States Senator Leading Investigation into the release of the Lockbie bomber Abadubama Amadubahi has called for whistleblowest to come forward with inside information. Robert Monandy is looking at whether the Libyan's release from the Scottish prison nearly a year ago was linked to a BP oil deal with Libya.

Officials from the United States have been allowed to visit from American serving hard labor in North Korea X the country illegally of start the year. The State Department spokesman said two docters and a consouler official visited X in hospital in the capital Pyong Yong. US officials were concern about Mr.Gel's health and welfare after North Korea said last month he did attempt a suicide.

A Columbia passenger plane has crashed and broke up into three pieces after reportedly been hit by lightening as it was coming to land at a Carribean island at Souna Dries. All but one of more than 120 people on board survived. The island governer said it was a miracle with only one person died in the crash. Jarami Mandanod has this report from Columbia.

The IE airbone 73 coming from Bogata carrying holiday makers looking for some Carribean insight during the long weekend. It seems the plane encountered an allergic storm is came to a land was hit by a lightening during its final approach to Souna Dries airport. The crash landing broke the plane into several pieces, killing one elderly passenger who had a heart attack and seriously injuried another five. The remindar of 121 passengers in six crew suffered mainly minor injuries. That was Jarami Manada reportiing.

That's the BBC news.
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....the country is flooded has led to renewed calls for help from the government in Islamabad. The Foreign Minster Shah Mehmood Qureshi told the BBC the disaster was too great for Pakistan to handle alone, and an international failure to get immediate aid to those in need could leave millions to starve. He also warned  the activities of charities linked to militant groups who are trying to exploit the situation.

When people are suffering, they do not differentiate from where help is coming. If a person is hungry, if a person is thirsty, and you provide water, he would not ask you whether you are a moderate or an extremist. He will grab that water from you and save himself and his children who were starving. So we have to be aware of this challenge.

The United Nations has warned that up to 3.5 million children are at risk from waterborne diseases. It says a boost in funding is urgently needed to get safe drinking water to six million children.

With American forces just weeks away from ending their combat operations in Iraq, there’s been another blow to the protracted negotiations to try to form a stable coalition government. Five months after Iraqis went to the polls, the alliance that won the most seats, the al-Iraqiya bloc, has suspended its talks with the second-placed Shiite-led bloc of the prime minister, Nouri al-Maliki. This was in response to Mr. Maliki describing al-Iraqiya as a Sunni group rather cross-sectarian. A member of the al-Iraqiya bloc, agnal danbus, said the prime minister’s remarks were not healthful.

The prime minister’s words reflect his personal opinion of the *'s troop beliefs. But we were not expecting such statements from the prime minister. On the contrary, we were hoping to forge an alliance and an partnership we can form the next government. However, such remarks will put distance between our Party lists and inflame the political scene.

The former prime minister of Britain, Tony Blair, is to donate the profits from his forthcoming memoirs to a charity that helps British injured soldiers. With the details, here’s our reporter Rajini Vaidyanathan.

Tony Blair’s autobiography is called A Journey. It will certainly be a money-making one. The book’s publishers, Random House, paid an estimated $7.5 million as an advance for it. But that, plus all the profits, are to be donated to the Royal British Legion which provides rehabilitation for injured soldiers. The spokesman for the former prime minister said this was Mr. Blair’s way of recognizing the courage the armed forces demonstrate, day in, day out. But the families of some of those who lost their lives in Iraq have criticized the donation. The father of one soldier who died in a conflict described it as “blood money”. Rajini Vaidyanathan reporting.

World News from the BBC.

The American Defense Secretary Robert Gates has said the United States would definitely start reducing the number of its soldiers in Afghanistan next July. His comments to the Los Angeles Times newspaper come after the new commander of international forces in Afghanistan, General David Patraeus, said he might advise President Obama to delay the withdrawal.

The United States Senator leading an investigation into the release of a Lockerbie bomber, Abdul Al-Megrahi, has called for whistle blowers to come forward with inside information. Robert Menendez is looking at whether the Libyan’s release from a Scottish prison nearly a year ago was linked to a BP oil deal with Libya.

Officials from the United States have been allowed to visit an American serving hard labor in North Korea who entered the country illegally at the start of the year. A State Department spokesman said two doctors and a consulate official visited Aijalon Mahli Gomes in hospital in the capital Pyongyang. US officials were concerned about Mr. Gomes’s health and welfare after North Korea said last month he’d attempted to suicide.

A Colombian passenger plane has crashed and broken up into three pieces after reportedly being hit by lightning as it was coming into land on the Caribbean Island of San Andres. All but one of the more than 120 people on board survived. The Island’s governor said it was a miracle that only one person died in crash. Jeremy McDermott has this report from Colombia.

The Aires Boeing 737 was coming from Bogota, carrying holiday makers looking for some Caribbean sun during the long weekend. It seems the plane encountered an electrical storm as it came into land and was hit by lightning during its final approach to San Andres Airport. The crash landing broke the plane into several pieces, killing one elderly passenger who had a heart attack and seriously injuring another five. The remainder of the 121 passengers and six crew suffered mainly minor injuries.
That was Jeremy McDermott reporting.

That’s the BBC News.
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