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...way towards raising its target, a $460 million for the flood victims of Pakistan. But aid agencies on the ground warn the crisis is continuing, with dramaticly worsening conditions in some areas, forcing tens of thousands more people to flee their homes, millions of people need emergency assistance. From Islamabad, Jim G reports.
After a period of some frustration, the UN's finally starting to sound optimistic about the donors' response to Pakistan's crisis. More than half of the funds requested in its emergency appeal has been pledged. By far the biggest single donor is the US. Some of those in Pakistan has expressed dismay with this slow response. There's been discussion about the need for transparency in allocating and spending the funds.
The Pakistani Politician and former crickiter, Imran Khan, has launched his own emergency appeal, saying the country cannot rely on the international comminuty.
The head of globle internet company, google, has warned the some young people may have to change their identities in the future to escape their online pasts. Eric Schmidt said that people are unaware of how much personal information may leave on the internet. Jonny Hogg reports.
Eric Schmidt described the internet as the largest experiment in anarchy without a hand. He says we are all unware of the information about ourselves we leave littered on the web. And in his apocalyptic view of the future, he warns changing our own names might be the only way to escape our online personas. Reactions to his comments has been mixed, some feel his view is too all welion, others agree with his sentiment, but find it ironic coming from the head of the company which has itself been criticized for the way it collects and holds information about us.
The Indian army says 3 of its peacekeeping soldiers have been hacked to death in the east of Democratic Republic of Congo. 7 others are injuried. A statement from Indian military said by 50 rebels raided the peacekeeper's camp in the middle of night and attacked them with machetes and knives.
The authorities in southern Sudan have unvailed a $10 bn plan to rebuild the region's cities and the shapes of animals and fruits. UN says with 90% of southern Sudan population lives on less than a dollar a day. Mary Hoper has more.
Elaborate blueprints for the new cities have already been drawn up. The regional capital Juba will be relocated and designed in the shape of rhinoceros. Wau, the capital of western Bahr el-Ghazal state, appears in the somewhat unwieldy shape of a giraffe. The office of the regional president is situated where the animal's eye should be. And the sewage treatment plants is appropriated on the giraffe's tail. There's a talk that the town of Yambio will be shaped like a pineapple.
World news from the BBC.
A court in Venezuela has banned national newpapers from printing graphic photographs of murders and violence. The month-long ban was introduced following the publication by two opposition newspaper of a frontpage photograph which displayed the bullets ridden bodies of murder victims piled up an morgue. The government says the ruling will protect the children, but the newspapers which printed the images say the ban is an attack on the freedom of press ahead of the parliamentary elections in Venezuela in September.
The supreme leader of Iran Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has said Iran will not conduct the talk with US about its nuclear program unless Washington drops sanctions and military treats. Speaking on state television, he said that American was not acting honestly.
Restrictions on the sale of alcohol in Russian capital Moscow have been extended in an attempt to tackle the problem of alcohol abuse. From the first of September, shops will no longer be able to sell drinks containing more than 15% alcohol between ten o'clock in night and 10 in the morning. Yevgeny Brun, the government expert in drug and alcohol abuse, welcomed the ban.
This dicision can only be welcomed. It's a very good measure that will reduce the alcohol strain on the population. 30-40% of population drink to excess and this has ecnomic, social and medical consequences. We are losing a lot because of this segment of our population.     
The new advert by the McDonald's fast food chain featuring the cartoon character Asterix the Gaul has provoked outrage among some French critics who see it as a sellout to American consumerism. Asterix, often seen as an emblem of French fighting spirit, is depicted with his friends as talking into burgers and chips in a takeoff of the comic strips regular village bnquette.        
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(……)towards raising its target of $460 million for the flood victims of Pakistan. But aid agencies on the ground warned the crisis is continuingly with dramatically worsening conditions in some areas, forcing tens of thousands of more people to flee their homes. Millions of people need emergency assistance. From Islamabad, // reports.
After a period of some frustration, the United Nations has finally starting to sound optimistic about donors’ response to Pakistan’s crisis. More than half of the fund requested in its emergency appeal has been pledged. By far, the biggest single donor is the United States. Some of those within Pakistan have expressed dismay with a slow response. There’s been discussion about the need for transparency in elecating and spending the funds. The Pakistani politician and former cricketer in Rancam, has launched his own emergency appeal, saying the country cannot rely on the international community.
The head of the global internet company Google has warned that some young people may have to change their identities in the future to escape their online passes. Eric Smith says that people are unaware of how much personal information may leave on the internet.
Eric Smith describes the internet as the largest experimenting anicky without the head. He says we are unaware of the information about ourselves we leave littered on the web. And in his oplictic view of the future, he warns changing our own names might be the only way to escape our online pursuers. Reaction to his comment has been mixed. Some feel his view is too all  , others agree with his sentiment but find it ironic coming from the head of a company which has itself been criticized for the web collects and halts information about us.
The Indian army says three of its peacekeeping soldiers have been hacked to death in the east of Democratic Republic of Congo, seven others were injured. The statement from the Indian military said about fifty rebels raided the peacekeepers’ camp in the middle of the night and attacked them with machetes and knifes.
The authorities in southern Sudan has unveiled a $10 million plan to rebuild the region’s cities in the shapes of animals and fruit. The United Nations says more than 90% of southern Sudan’s population lets are less than a dollar a day.
Elaborate blueprints for the new cities have already been drawn up. The regional capital Juba will be relocated and designed in the shape of rhinoceros. Wale, the capital of western  state appears in the somewhat unwieldy shape of a giraffe. The office of the regional president has situated whether animal eye should be and the sewage treatment plant is appropriately placed under the giraffe’s tail. There’s talk that the tan of   would be shaped like a pineapple.
World news from the BBC
A court in Venezuela has banned national newspapers from printed graphic photographs of murders and violence. The month-long ban was introduced following the publication by two opposition newspapers of a front page of photographs which displayed the  -ridden bodies of murder victims piled up in a mosque. The government says the linger protect children, but the newspapers which printed the images say the ban is a tack on the freedom of the press ahead of parliamentary elections of Venezuela in September.
The supreme leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has said Iran will not conduct talks with the United States about its nuclear programme unless Washington drops sanctions and military threats. Speaking on state television, he said that America was not acting on the slip.
Restrictions on the sale of alcohol in the Russian capital Moscow have been extended in the attempts to tackle the problem of alcohol abuse. From 1st of September, shops will no longer be able to sell drinks containing more than 15% of alcohol between 10 o’clock at night and 10 in the morning.//, the governmental expert of drug and alcohol abuse welcomed the ban.
This decision can only be welcomed. It’s very good measure that will reduce the alcohol strain on the population. 30% to 40 % of the population drink to excess, and this has economic, social and medical consequences. We are losing a lot because of this segment of our population.
The new adverts by the new Mac Donald’s fast food chain, featuring in the cartoon character  has provoked outrage rather among some French critics, who see it as a sellout  to American consumerism. Last , emblem of French fighting spirit is  depicted with these friends as talking into burgers and chips in a take-off of the comic strips regular village banquet.
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...way towards raising its target of $460 million for the flood victims of Pakistan. But aid agencies on the ground warn that the crisis is continuing with dramatically worsening conditions in some areas, forcing tens of thousands more people to flee their homes. Millions of people need emergency assistance. From Islamabad, Jill McGivering reports.

After a period of some frustration, the United Nations is finally starting to sound optimistic about the donor response to Pakistan's crisis. More than half of the funds requested in its emergency appeal has been pledged. By far the biggest single donor is the United States. Some of those within Pakistan have expressed dismay with slow response. There has been discussion about the need for transparency in allocating and spending the funds.
The Pakistani politician and former cricketer in has launched his own emergency appeal, saying the country cannot rely on the international community.

The head of a global Internet company, Google, has warned that some young people may have to change their identities in the future to escape their online pasts. Eric Schmidt says that people are unaware of how much personal information may leave on the Internet. Jonny Hogg reports.

Eric Schmidt describes the Internet as the largest experiment in anarchy we've ever had. He says we are unaware of the information about ourselves we leave littered on the web, and in his apocalyptic view of the future, he warns changing our own names might be the only way to escape our online personas. Reaction to his comments has been mixed. Some feel his view is too *; others agree with his sentiment, but find it ironic coming from the head of a company which has itself being criticized for the way it collects and holds information about us.

The Indian army says three of its peacekeeping soldiers have been hacked to death in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo; seven others were injured. A statement from the Indian military said about 50 rebels raided the peacekeepers' camp in the middle of the night and attacked them with machetes and knives.

The authorities in southern Sudan have unveiled a $10 billion plan to rebuild the region's cities in the shapes of animals and fruit. United Nations says more than 90% of southern Sudan's population live on less than $1 a day. Mary Harper has more.

Elaborate blueprints for the new cities have already been drawn up. The regional capital Juba will be relocated and designed in the shape of a rhinoceros. Wau, the capital of Western Bahr el-Ghazal state appears into somewhat unwieldy shape of giraffe. The office of the regional president is situated where the animal's eye should be, and the sewage treatment plant is appropriately placed under the giraffe's tail. There is talk that the town of Yambio will be shaped like a pineapple.

World News from the BBC

A court in Venezuela has banned national newspapers from printing graphic photographs of murders and violence. The month-long ban was introduced following the publication by two opposition newspapers of a front-page photograph which displayed the bullet-ridden bodies of murder victims piled up in a morgue. The government says the ruling will protect children. But the newspapers which printed the images say the ban is an attack on the freedom of the press ahead of parliamentary elections in Venezuela in September.

The Supreme Leader of Iran Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has said Iran will not conduct talks with the United States about its nuclear programme unless Washington drops sanctions and military threats. Speaking on state television, he said that America was no acting honestly.

Restrictions on sale of alcohol in the Russian capital Moscow have been extended in an attempt to tackle the problem of alcohol abuse. From the 1st of September, shops will no longer be able to sell drinks containing more than 15% alcohol between 10 o'clock at night and 10 in the morning. Yevgeny Brun, the government expert in drug and alcohol abuse, welcomed the ban.
"This decision can only be welcomed. It's a very good measure that will reduce the alcoholic strain on the population. Thirty to forty percent of the population drink too excess, and this has economic, social and medical consequences. We are losing a lot because of this segment of our population."

The new adverts by the McDonald's fast food chain featuring in cartoon character Asterix has provoke outrage among some French critics who see it as a sell-out to American consumerism. Asterix, often seen as an emblem of French fighting spirit, is depicted with his friends as tucking into burgers and chips in a take-off at a comic-stripped regular village banquet.

BBC News

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...way towards raising its target of $460 million for the flood victims of Pakistan. But aid agencies on the ground warn that the crisis is continuing with dramatically worsening conditions in some areas, forcing tens of thousands more people to flee their homes. Millions of people need emergency assistance. From Islamabad, Jill McGivering reports.

After a ? of some frustration, the United States is finally starting to sound optimistic about the donor response to Pakistan's crisis. More than half of the funds requested in its emergency appeal has been pledged. By far the biggest single donor is the United States. Some of those within Pakistan have expressed dismay with slow response. There has been discussion about the need for transparency in allocating and spending the funds.

The Pakistani politician and former ? in has launched his own emergency appeal, saying the country cannot rely on the international community.

The head of a global Internet company Google has warned that some young people may have to change their identities in the future to escape their online ?. Eric Schmidt says that people are unaware of how much personal information may leave on the Internet. Jonny Hogg reports.

Eric Schmidt described the Internet as the largest experiment in ? we've ever had. He says we are unaware of the information about ourselves we leave ? on the web, and in his ??? the future, he warns changing our own names might be the only way to escape our online personas. Reaction to his comments has been mixed. Some feel his view is too ? others agree with his sentiment, but find it ? coming from the head of a company which has itself being criticized for the way it collects and holds information about us.

The Indian army says 3 of its peacekeeping soldiers have been hacked to death in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo, seven others were injured. A statement from the Indian military said about 50 rebels raided the peacekeeper's camp in the middle of the night and attacked them with ? and knives.

The authorities in southern Sudan have unveiled a $10 bn plan to rebuild the regions cities in the shapes of animals and fruit. United Nations says more than 90% of southern Sudan's population live on less than $1 a day. Mary Harper has more.
? blueprints for the new cities have already been drawn up. The regional capital ? will be relocated and designed in the shape of a ?. ?, the capital of ??? state appears into somewhat unwieldy shape of giraffe. The office of the regional president is situated where the animal's eye should be, and the ? treatment plant is appropriately placed under the ? tail. There is talk that the town of Yambio will be shaped like a pineapple.

A court in Venezuela has banned national newspapers from printing graphic photographs of murders and violence. The month-long ban was introduced following the publication by 2 opposition newspapers of a front-page photograph which displayed the ? bodies of murder victims piled up in a morgue. The government says the ruling will protect children. But the newspapers which printed the images say the ban is an attack on the freedom of the press ahead of parliamentary elections in Venezuela in September.

The Supreme Leader of Iran ??? has said Iran will not conduct talks with the United States about its nuclear program unless Washington drops sanctions and military threats. Speaking on state television, he said that America was not acting honestly.

Restrictions on sale of alcohol in the Russian capital Moscow have been extended in an attempt to tackle the problem of alcohol abuse. From the 1st of September, shops will no longer be able to sell drinks containing more than 15% alcohol between 10pm and 10am. ??, the government expert in drug and alcohol abuse, welcomed the ban.

"This decision can only be welcomed. It's a very good measure that will reduce the alcoholic strain on the population. 30% to 40% of the population drink too ?, and this has economic, social and medical consequences. We are losing a lot because of this segment of our population."

The new adverts by the McDonald's fast food chain featuring in cartoon character ? has provoked outrage among some French critics who see it as a sellout to American consumerism. ?, often seen as an ? of French fighting spirit, is depicted with its friends as tucking into burgers and chips in a take-off at a comic-stripped regular village ?.
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...ways towards rasiing its target of four hundred million dollars for the flood
victim of Pakistan. But aid agency on the ground warned that the crisis is
continuing with dramatically worsening conditions in some areas, forcing tens of
thousands more people to flee their homes. Millions need emergency assistance. From
Islamabad, Jim K. reports.

After a period of some frustration, the United Nations has finally started to
sound optimistic about the donors' reponse to the Pakistan's crisis. More than half
of the funds requested to the emergency appeal have been pledged. By far the
biggest single donor is the United States. Some of those within Pakistan have
expressed dismay with the slow response. There has been discussion about the need
for transparency in allocating and spending the fund.

The Pakistani politician and former / has launched his own emergency appeal
saying the country cannot rely on the international community.

The head of the global internet company Google has warned that some young people
may have to change their identities in the future to escape their online pasts.
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The India army says three of its peacekeeping soldiers have been hacked to death
east of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Seven others were injured. A statement
from the Indian military said about by fifty rebels raided the peacekeeper's camp
in the middle of the night and attacks them with machetes and knives.

The authority in southern Sudan have one-billion-dollar plan to rebuild the
region's cities and the shaves of animals and fruits. The United Nations says more
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World news from the BBC.

A court in Venezuela has banned national newspapers from printing graphic
photographs of murders and violence. The month-long ban is introduced following
publication of two opposition newspapers of page photographs which displayed the
bullet written bodies of murdered victims piled up a mall. The government says the
ruling will protect the children. The newspapers which printed the images say the
ban is an attack on the freedom of the press ahead of the parliamentary elections
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The surpreme leader of Iran had said Iran will not conduct talks with the United
States about its nuclear program unless Washington dropped sanctions on military
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Restriction on selling alcohol in the Russian capital Moscow has been extended in
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between 10:00 at night and 10:00 in the morning. E.B, the government expert in drug
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"This decision can only be welcomed. It's a very good measure that would reduce
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way towards raising its target of 460 million dollars for the flood victims of Pakistan, but aid agencies on the ground warn that the crisis is continuing with dramatically worsening conditions in some areas, forcing tens of thousands more people to flee their homes. Millions of people need emergency assistance. From Islamabad X reports.

After a period of some frustration, the United Nations is finally starting to sound optimistic about the donor response to Pakistan's crisis. More than half of the funds requested in its emergency appeal has been pledged. By far the biggest single donor is the United States. Some of those within Pakistan have expressed dismay with slow response. There has been discussion about the need for transparency and X and spending the fund.

The Pakistani politician and former X in has launched his own emergency appeal, saying the country cannot rely on the international community.

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...way towards raising its target of 460 million dollars for the flood victims of Pakistan. But aid agency on the ground warn that the crisis is continuing with dramatically worsening conditions in some areas, forcing tens of thousands more people to flee their homes. Millions of people need emergency assistance.
After a ? of some frustration, the United States is finally starting to sound optimistic about the donor response to Pakistan's crisis. More than half of the funds requested in its emergency appeal has been pledged. By far the biggest single donor is the US. Some of those within Pakistan have expressed dismay with slow response. There has been discussion about the need for transparency in allocating and spending the funds. 
The Pakistani politician and former ? in has launched his own emergency appeal, saying the country cannot rely on the international community.
The head of a global internet company Google has warned that some young people may have to change their identities in the future to escape their on-line ?. Eric Schmidt says that people are unaware of how much personal information may leave on the Internet.
Eric Schmidt described the internet as the largest experiment in ? we have our hat. He says we are unaware of the information about ourselves we leave ? on the web, and in his ?? the future, he warns changing our own names might be the only way to escape our on-line ?. Reaction to his comment has been mixed. Some feel his view is too ? others agree with his sentiment, but find it ? coming from the head of a company which has itself being criticized for the way it collects and halts information about us.
The Indian army says 3 of its peacekeeping soldiers have been hacked to death in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo, seven others were injured. A statement from the Indian military said about 50 rebels raided the peace keeper's camp in the middle of the night and attacked them with ? and knives.

The authorities in southern Sudan have unveiled a 10 bn plan to rebuild the regions cities in the shapes of animals and food. UN says more than 90% of southern Sudan's population earned less than a dollar a day.
? blueprints for the new cities have already been drawn up. The regional capital ? will be relocated and designed in the shape of a ?. ?, the capital of ??? state appears into somewhat ? shape of ?. The officer of the regional president is suited where the animal's eye ??, and the ? treatment plant is appropriately placed under the ? tail. There is talk that the town of ? will be shaped like a pineapple.
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...way towards raising its target of 460 million dollars for the flood victims of Pakistan. But aid agency on the ground warn that the crisis is continuing with dramatically worsening conditions in some areas, forcing tens of thousands more people to flee their homes. Millions of people need emergency assistance.
After a ? of some frustration, the United States is finally starting to sound optimistic about the donor response to Pakistan's crisis. More than half of the funds requested in its emergency appeal has been pledged. By far the biggest single donor is the US. Some of those within Pakistan have expressed dismay with slow response. There has been discussion about the need for transparency in allocating and spending the funds.
The Pakistani politician and former ? in has launched his own emergency appeal, saying the country cannot rely on the international community.
The head of a global internet company Google has warned that some young people may have to change their identities in the future to escape their on-line ?. Eric Schmidt says that people are unaware of how much personal information may leave on the Internet.
Eric Schmidt described the internet as the largest experiment in ? we have our hat. He says we are unaware of the information about ourselves we leave ? on the web, and in his ?? the future, he warns changing our own names might be the only way to escape our on-line ?. Reaction to his comment has been mixed. Some feel his view is too ? others agree with his sentiment, but find it ? coming from the head of a company which has itself being criticized for the way it collects and halts information about us.
The Indian army says 3 of its peacekeeping soldiers have been hacked to death in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo, seven others were injured. A statement from the Indian military said about 50 rebels raided the peace keeper's camp in the middle of the night and attacked them with ? and knives.

The authorities in southern Sudan have unveiled a 10 bn plan to rebuild the regions cities in the shapes of animals and food. UN says more than 90% of southern Sudan's population earned less than a dollar a day.
? blueprints for the new cities have already been drawn up. The regional capital ? will be relocated and designed in the shape of a ?. ?, the capital of ??? state appears into somewhat ? shape of ?. The officer of the regional president is suited where the animal's eye ??, and the ? treatment plant is appropriately placed under the ? tail. There is talk that the town of ? will be shaped like a pineapple.
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……way towards raising its targets of 460 million dollars for the flood victims of Pakistan. But aid agencies on the ground warned that the crisis is continuing, with dramatically worsening conditions in some areas forcing tens of thousands more people to flee their homes. Millions of people need emergency assistance. From Islamabad, Jim Megan reports

After a period of some frustration, the United Nations is finally stating to sound optimistic about the donor’s response to Pakistan crisis. More than half of the fund requested as in emergency appeal has been pledged. By far, the single biggest donor is the United States. Some of those within Pakistan have expressed dismay with the slow response. There has been discussion about the need for transparency in allocating and spending the funds.

The Pakistani politician and former cricketer *** has launched his own emergency appeal, saying the country cannot rely on the international community.

The head of the global Internet Company Google has warned that some young people may have to change their identities in the future to escape their online pasts. Eric Schmidt said that people are unaware of how much personal information may leave on the Internet. Jonny Hark reports.

Eric Schmidt described the Internet is the largest experiment and anarchy we’ve ever had. He said we are unaware of the information about ourselves we leave littered on the Internet. And in his apocalyptic view of the future, he warns changing our names might be the only way to escape our online personas. Reaction to his comments has been mixed, some feel his view is too all-*, others agree with his sentiment, but find it ironic coming from the head of a company which has itself being criticized for the way it collects and hauls information about us.

The Indian Army says three of its peace-keeping soldiers have been hacked to death in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo, 7 others were injured. A statement from India military said about 50 Rambos raided the peace-keepers’ camp in the middle of the night, and attacked them with machetes and knives.

The authorities in Southern Sudan have unveiled a 10-billion-dollar plan to rebuild the region cities in the shapes of animals and fruits. The United Nations says more than 90 percent of Southern Sudan’s population lives on less than a dollar a day. Mary Harper has more…

Elaborate blueprints for the cities have already been drawn up. The regional capital Juba will be relocated and designed in the shape of rhinoceros. While the capital of Western * appears in somewhat unwieldy shape of a giraffe. The office of the regional president is situated where the animal’s eye should be. And the sewage treatment plant is appropriately placed under the giraffe’s tail. There is talk that the town of Yambio will be shaped like a pineapple.

World News from the BBC

A court in Venezuela has banned national newspapers from printing graphic photographs of murders and violence. The * ban was introduced following the publication by two opposition newspapers of a front page photograph which displayed the bullet-ridden bodies of murder victims piled up in a morgue. The government says the ruling will protect children. But the newspapers which printed the images said the ban was an attack on the freedom of the press at the head of the parliament election in Venezuela in September.

The supreme leader of Iran ** said Iran will not conduct talks with the United States about its nuclear program, unless Washington drops sanctions and military threats. Speaking on states television, he said that America was not act honestly.

Restrictions on the sale of alcohol in the Russian Capital Moscow have been extended in an attempt to tackle the problem of alcohol abuse. From the first of September, shops will no longer be able to sell drinks containing more than 50 percents of alcohol between 10 o’clock at night and 10 in the morning. ** the government expert in drug and alcohol abuse welcome the ban.

This decision can only be welcomed. It’s very good measure that will reduce the alcohol strain on the population. 30-40 percent of the population drink too excess, and this has economic, social and medical consequences. We are losing a lot because of this segment to our population.

The new advert by the McDonald's fast food chains featuring the cartoon character “Asterix Le Gaulois” has provoked outrage rather among some French critics who see it as a sea light to American consumerism. Asterix, often seen as an emblem of French fighting spirit, is depicted with his friends tucking into burgers and chips in a take-off of the comic strip Regular Village Banquet.
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towardsraising its target: a 460 million dollars for the flood victims of Pakistan,but aids agencies on the ground warned the crisis is continuing withdramatically worsening conditions in some areas forcing tens of thousands ofmore people to flee their homes, millions of people need emergency assistance.From Islamabad, GG reports.


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ThePakistan e politician and former cricketer in Rancan has launched his ownemergency appeal saying the country cannot rely on the international community.


Thehead of global internet company Google has warned that some young people mayhave to change their identities in the future to skip their online pasts. ASsays that people are under aware of high much p information may leave on theinternet. JH reports.
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TheIndian army says three of his peace keeping soldiers have been hacked to deathin the east of democratic republic of Congo, seven others were injured, astatement from the Indian military said by 50 rivals raid the peace keeper’scamp at the middle of the night, and attacks them with …. and knifes.


Authoritiesin southern Sudan have unveiled a ten billion plan to rebuild the region’scities in shapes of animals and fruit. United Nation says more than 90 percentof Southern Sudan’s population lives less than a dollar a day. VH has more.


Elaborateblue prints for the new city have already been drawn up. The regional capital,
Juba,will be relocated and designed in the shape of the rhinoceros. While the capitalof western Bahr el-Ghazal state appears in a somewhat unwieldy shape of giraffe,the office of the regional president is situated where the animal’s eye shouldbe, and the sewage treatment plant is appropriately placed under the giraffe’stail. There is a talk that the town of Yambio will be shaped like a pineapple. Worldnews from the BBC.


Thecourt in Venezuela has bans national newspapers from printing graphicphotographs of murders and violence. The month long ban was introducedfollowing the publication by two opposition newspapers of front page photographwhich displayed the bullet-ridden bodies of murder victims piled up at a morgue.The government says the will protect children. But the newspapers which printedthe images say the ban is an attack on the freedom of the press ahead of parliamentaryelections in Venezuela in September.


Thesupreme leader of Iran has said Iran will not conduct talks with United Statesabout its nuclear program unless Washington drops sanctions and militarythreats. Speaking on state television, he said that America was not acting honestly.
Restrictionson the sale of alcohol in the Russian capital Moscow have been extended in anattempt to tackle the problem of alcohol abuse. From the 1stSeptember, shops will no longer be able to sell drinks containing more than 15%alcohol between 10 o’clock at night and 10 at morning. …, the government expertin drug and alcohol abuse welcomed the ban. This decision can only be welcomed,it is a very good measure that will reduce the alcoholic restrain on the population.30 to 40 percent of the population drinks to excess and this has economic, social,medical consequences. We are losing a lot because of this segment to ourpopulation.


Thenew advert by the McDonald’s fast food chain featuring thecartoon character Asterix the Gaul has provoked outrage ratheramong some French critics, who see it as a sallite to the American consumerism.Asterix,often seen as an emblem of French fighting spirit, is paidto his friends talking into burgers and chips in a takeoff the comic stripsregular village banquet. BBC world news.
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.... award raising its targets a 416 million dollars for the flood victims of Pakistans. But Aid Agencies on the ground warned that crisis is continuing with dramatically worsening conditions in some areas forcing tens of thousands more people to flee their homes. Millions of people need emergency assistants. From Islamabad, Jill McGivering reports.  

After a / some frustration, the United Nations has finally starting to sound optimistic about the donor response to Pakistan's crisis. More than half of the funds requested / emergency appeal has been pledged. By far the biggest single donor is the United States. Some of those within Pakistan has expressed dismay with the slow response. / has been discussion about the need for transparency / allocating and spending the funds.

The Pakistani politician and former / has launched his own emerge appeal, saying the country cannot rely on the international community.

The head of global internet company Google has warned that some young people may have to change their identities in the future to escape their online past. Eric Schmidt says that people are unawares of high much person information may leave on the Internet. Jonny Hogg reports.

Eric Schmidt describes the Internet is the largest experiment / we've had a hand. He says we are unaware of the information about ourselves we leave litter on the web, and in his  / view of the future. He warns changing our own names might be only way to escape our online personas. Reaction to his comments has been mixed, some  / has views to / others agreed with his sentiment, but find it /  coming from head of a company which has itself being criticized for the way collects and holds information about us

The Indian army says three of its peacekeeping soldiers have been hacks to death in the east of Democratic Republic of Congo. Seven others were injured. A statement from Indian military said by 50 rebels raided the peacekeepers camp in the middle of night and attacked them with the machetes and nets.

The authorities in Southern Sudan have unveiled a ten-billion-dollar plan to rebuild the region's city and shape's of animals and fruits. The United Nations says more than 90% Southern Sudan's population lives unless a dollar a day. Mary Harper has more.

Elaborate blueprints for the new cities have already been drawn up. The regional capital Juba will be relocated and designed in the shape of /  Woo, the capital of western Bahr El Ghazal, appeals into somewhat unwieldy shape of /. The office of the regional President has situated whether animals' eye should be, and / treatment plant is appropriated placed under the / tail. That's a talk that the town of / will be shaped like /

World News from the BBC.

A court in Venezuela has banned national newspapers from printed graphic photographs of murders and violence. The monthly ban was introduced following the publication by two opposition newspapers of frontpage photograph which displayed the / bodies of murder victims piled up morgue. The government says the rule will protect children, but the newspapers which printed the images says the ban is an attach on freedom of the press ahead of parliamentary election in Venezuela in September.

The Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has said Iran will not conduct talks with the United States and by its nuclear program unless Washington drops sanctions on military threats. Speaking on State Television, he said that America was not acting honestly.

Restrictions on sale of alcohol in the Russian Capital Moscow have been extended in an attempt to tackle a problem of alcohol abuse. From the first of September, shops will no longer be able to sell drinks containing more than 15% alcohol between 10 o'clock at night and 10 o'clock t morning. /, the governor expert in drug alcohol abuse, welcomed the ban.

'This decision can only be welcomed. It's very good measure that will reduce the alcohol retrain on the population. Thirty to fourty percent of the population drink to excess, and this has economic, social and medical consequences. We are losing a lot because of this segments to our population.'

The new/ by the McDonald's fast food chain featuring the cartoon characteristics the / has provoked outrage each other among some French critics who see it as a / to American consumerism. // French fighting spirit is the / with his friends talking into burgers and chips in a kickoff the comic strips regular village /.

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… towards raising its target of 460 million dollars for the flood victims of Pakistan. Bu aid agencies on the ground warn that crisis is continuing with dramatically worsening conditions in some areas, forcing tens of thousands of more people to flee their homes. Millions of people need emergency assistance. From Islamabad, / reports.
After a period of some frustration, the United Nations is finally starting to sound optimistic about the donors’ response to Pakistan crisis. More than half of the funds requested in its emergency appeal has been pledged. By far the biggest single donor is the United States. Some of those within Pakistan have expressed dismay with the slow response. There has been discussion about the need for transparency in allocating and spending the funds.
The Pakistani politician and former cricketer / has launched his own emergency appeal, saying the country cannot rely on the international community.

The head of the global Internet company Google has warned that some young people may have to change their identities in the future to escape their online passes. / says that people are unaware of how much personal information may live on the Internet. / reports.
/ describes the Internet as the largest experiment and / we ever had. He says we are unaware of the information about ourselves we live little on the web. And in his / view of the future he warns changing our own names might be the only way to escape our online pursuers, Reaction on his comments has been mixed. Some fear his view is too valiant. Others agree with his sentiment, but find it ironic coming from the head of a company which has itself being criticized for the way it collects and hoards information about us.

The India army says 3 of its peacekeeping soldiers have been hacked to death in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. 7 others were injured. The statement from the Indian Military said about 50 rebels raided the peacekeepers’ camp in the middle of night and attacked them with machetes and knives.

The authorities in southern Sudan have unveiled a 10-billion-dollar plan to rebuild the region city in the shapes of animals and fruit. The United Nations says more than 90% of southern Sudan’s population live on less than a dollar a day. / has more.
Elaborate blue prints for the new city have already been drawn up. The regional capital / will be relocated and designed in the shape of rhinoceros, while the capital of western / state appears in the somewhat a weird shape of giraffe. The office of the regional President has situated where the animals “I should be”. And the sewage treatment plant is appropriately placed under the giraffe’s tail. There’re talks that the town of / would be shaped like a pineapple.

World News from the BBC.

A court in Venezuela has banned national newspapers from printing graphic photographs of murders and violence. The / ban was introduced following the publication by opposition newspapers of front page photographs which displayed the bulletin-ridden bodies of murdered victims piled up at a /. The government says the ruling will protect children. But the newspapers which printed the images say the ban is an attack on the freedom of express ahead of parliament elections in Venezuela in September.

The supreme leader of Iran / has said Iran would not conduct talks with the United States about its nuclear program unless Washington draws sanctions and military threats. Speaking on state television, he said that America was not acting on the sleep.

Restrictions on the sale of alcohol in the Russian capital Moscow have been extended in an attempt to tackle the problem of alcohol abuse. From 1st of September shops will no longer be able to sell drinks containing more than 50% alcohol between 10 o’clock at night and 10 in the morning. /, the government expert in drug and alcohol abuse, welcomed the ban.
This decision can only be welcomed. It’s a very good measure that would reduce the alcohol strain on the population. 30 to 40 percent of the population drink too excess, and this has economical, social and medical consequences. We are losing a lot because of this segment to our population.

The new advert by the Mcdonald fast food chain featuring the cartoon character / has provoked outrage rather among some French critics who see it as a sellout to America’s consumerism. / self seen as a emblem of French fighting spirit is depicted with its friends as tucking into burgers and chips and taking off at the common trip regular village banquet.

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Towards rising its target of 460 million dollars for the flood victims of Pakistan but aid agencies on the ground warned that the crisis is continuing with dramatically worse in some areas forcing tens of thousands more people to flee their homes millions of people need emergency assistance. From Islamabad, Jill McGivering reports.
After a period of some frustration the United Nations is finally starting to sound optimistic about the donor response to Pakistan’s crisis. More than half of the fund requested in its emergency appeal has been pledged by far the biggest single donor is the United States. Some of those in Pakistan expressed dismay with the slow response. There has been a discussion about the need for transparency in allocating in spending the funds.
The Pakistani politician and former cricketer Imran Khan in Rankan has launched his own emergency appeal saying the country can not rely on the international community.
The head of the global internet company Google has warned that some young people may have to change their identities in the future to escape their online pasts. Eric Schmidt says people are unaware of how much personal information may leave on the internet. Jonny Hogg reports.
Eric Schmidt describes the internet is the largest experiment in anarchy we have ever had. He says we are unaware of the information about ourselves we leave later on the web and in his apocalyptic view of the future. He warns changing of our own names might be the only way to escape our online personas. Reactions to his comments have been mixed. Some feel of his view is too Orwellian others agree with his sentiment but find it ironic coming for a head of a company, which has himself being criticized for the way it collects and holds information about us.
The India army says three of its peace keeping soldier has been hanged to death in the east of democratic republic of Congo, seven other were injured. A statement for the India military said about 15 rebels rid the peace keeper’s camp in the middle of the night and attacks them with the machetes and knives.
The authorities in south Sudan have unveiled a 10 billion dollar plan to rebuild the region cities in the shapes of animals and fruit. The United Nation says more than 90% of the south Sudan’s population lives unless 1 dollar a day. Mary Harper has more.
Elaborate blueprints for the new cities have already being drew up. The region of capital Juba will be relocated and designed in the shape of a rhinoceros. Wau, the capital of Western Bahr el-Ghazal state, appears in somewhat unwieldy shape giraffe. The office regional president is situated whether animal’s eye should be. And the sewage treatment plant properly placed under the giraffe’s tail. There’s a talk that the town of Yambio will be shaped like a pineapple.
World news from the BBC.
A court in Venezuela has banned national news papers from printing graphic photographs of murders and violence. The month long ban was introduced following the publication by opposition news papers of a FrontPage photograph which displayed the bullet ridden body of murder victims piled up a morgue. The government says the ruling will protect children but the news paper which printed the image say the ban is an attack on the freedom of the press had parliamentary election in Venezuela in September.
The supreme leader of Iran Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has said Iran will not conduct talks with United States about its unclear program unless Washington drops sanction on military threats, speaking on states television he said the American was not acting honestly.
Restrictions on the sale of alcohol in the Russian capital Moscow have been extended in attempts to tackle a problem of alcohol abuse. From the first of September shops will no longer be able to sell drinks containing more than 50% alcohol between 10 o’clock at night and ten in the morning. Yevgeny Brun, the government expert in drug and alcohol abuse, welcome the ban.
This decision can only be welcomed. It’s a very good measure that would reduce the alcoholic string on the population. 30% to 40% of the population drink too excess, and this has economic, social and medical consequences. We are losing a lot because of this segment of our population.
The new adverse by the Madonna’s fast food chain feature the cartoon characteristic the Gall has provoke outrage rather among some French critics who say it as a sellout to America consumerism. Asterix often seen as an emblem of French fighting spirit is depicted with his friends talking into burgers and chips in a takeoff of a comic strips regular village banquet.
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..was raising its target of 460 millions dollars for the flood victims of Pakistan. But aid agency on the ground warned the crisis is continuing with dramaticaly worsening situation in some areas forcing tens of thousands more people to flee their homes.Millions of people need emergency aid. From Islambade ***giving the reports.

After a period of ** Untied Nation has finally starting to sound optimistic about donor's response to Pakistan's crisis. More than half of funds required in its emergency appeal has been pledged. By far the biggest single donor is United States. Some of those within Pakistan have expressed dismay with slow response. There has been discussion about the need for transparency in allocating and spending the funds.
The Pakistani politician and former *** has launched his own emergency appeal, saying the country can not rely on the international community.

The head of global Internet company Google has warned that some young people may have to change their identity in the future to skip the their on-line passes. Eric Schmidt says that people are unaware of how much personal information they leave on the Internet. Tony Howards reports.

Eric Schmidt describe the Internet the largest experiment in anarchy we have ever had. He says we are unaware of the information about ourselves we leave **on the web. And in his apocalyptic view of future, he won't change our names ****to skip our on-line personnels. Reactions to his comments have been mixed. Some feel its view too all auwillian, others agree his sentiment but find it is ironic coming from the head of company which has itself being criticized for the way it collects and holds information about us.  

The Indian Army says three of its peacekeeping soldiers have been hacked to death in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Seven others were injured. The statement from Indian military said about fifteen rebels raid the peacekeepers camp at middle of night, and attack them with ***and knives.

The authorities in South Sudan has unveiled a 10 million plan to rebuild the region's cities and the shapes of animals and fruits. The United Nation says more than 80 percent of South Sudan's population lives on less 1 dollar a day. **has more.

***blueprints for the new city have already been drawn up. The regional capital **will be relocated and designed in a shape of **. Well, the capital of Western **l state, appears in the somewhat unwieldy shape of a giraffe. The office of the regional president is situated where the animal's eyes should be. And the sewage treatment plant is appropriated placed under the giraffe's tail. There's a talk that the town of Yambio will be shaped like a pineapple.

News from the BBC
A court in Venezuela has banned national newspapers from printing graphic photographs of murders and violence. The month-long ban was introduced following publication by two opposition newspapers of a frontpage photograph which displayed the bullet ridden bodies of murder victims piled up an morgue. The government says the ruling will protect the children, but the newspapers which printed the images say the ban is an attack on the freedom of the press ahead of parliamentary elections in Venezuela in September.

The Supreme leader of Iran,***, has said Iran will not conduct talks with the Untied States about its unclear programme unless Washington drops sanctions and military threats. Speaking on state television, he said that the America was not acting honestly.

Restrictions on sell of alcohol in the Russian capital Mosco have been extended in attempt to tackle the problem of alcohol abuse. From the first of September shops will no longer be able to sell drinks containing more than 15 percent alcohol between 10 o'clock at night and 10:00 in the morning.***, the government expert in drug and alcohol abuse, welcomed the ban.

This decision can only be welcomed. It's very good measure that we reduce the alcohol extrain  on the population. 30 to 50 percent of the population drink to excess, and this has economic, social and medical consequences. We are losing a lot because of this segment of our population.

The new adverts by the McDonald fastfood chain featuring the cartoon characterictics the Gall has provoked outrage among some French critics who see it as a sellout to American consumerism. Asterix, often seen as an emblem of French fighting spirit, is depicted with his friends talking into burgers and chips in a takeoff of the comic strips regular village banquet.

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