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President Obama has lead the commemoration in New Orlean of the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the storm that devastated the city and killed 1,800 people. Addressing students of the *university which is been rebuilt since the hurricane, Mr. Obama said the disaster has been both natural and man-made.

"We all remembered keenly. Water pouring the broken leeves. Mothers holding their children above the waterline. People stranded on the rooftops begging for help. Bodies lined in the streets of the great American city. It was a natural disaster, but also a man-made catastrophe. A shameful breakdown. A government that left countless men, women and children abandoned and alone."

President Obama promised his government would stand by New Orleans until it has recovered.

The Prime Minister of Pakistan Yousuf Raza Gilani says he's ordering an inquiry into allegation that some memebers of national cricket team were involved in a betting scandal. He said the accusation has made Pakistan bow its head in shame. A British newspaper has alleged that two players were paid to break the game's rules at specific moments when they delivered no balls during the fourth test match against England. Lucrative bets can be placed on such things occuring. Retas Lee reports.

The allagations by the News of the World are supported by video footage of 200,000 dollars being handed over to what's claimed to be a middleman in return for information about when two Pakistan players will bow three no balls during the next day's play. The no balls did happen exactly as promised. Such information is very valueable to betting Cindicets. But the ture cost will be paid by the game of cricket sales. The game which prized itself on fair play is now having its integrity questioned.

The international aid agency OXfarm has warned a food shortage in Pakistan because of massive floods. Oxfarm said planning is needed to start now on how millions of displaced people would go to survive in the longer term. Jill Mcgivering is in Islamabad.

The most urgent in Pakistan is for clean drinking water. About 8 million people need emergency aid, and barely one in ten has access to clean water. But as well as coping with this immediate crisis, aid agency has warned about serious longer term problem. Crops have been destroyed and won't be replaced, and existing grain stores have been spoiled. Food security could become a pressing issue in Pakistan.

There has been a wave of bomb attacks in the Mexican state of *, where dozens of foreign migrants were murdered by suspected drug traffickers earlier this month. Police are linking the attacks to the powerfull Zetal drugs cartel.
World News from the BBC

The bodies of five people working for a female candidate in Afghanistan's parliamentary election have been found in the western province of Herat. All five, part of the group of ten abducted on Wednesday, had been shot dead. The Taliban has said it carried out the killings. The insurgents opposed the election and female candidates in particular and they've been blamed for the murder of a number of candidates. The elections are due to be held next month but the BBC correspondent says outside city centres, the Taliban campaign of intimidation  appears to be working.

Thousands of people in Indonisia are spending the night in temporary shelters after volcano in the province of **erupted for the first time in the 400 years. Official said 19,000 people were moved from the slopes of Mt. Sinabung and surrounding areas after the volcano * villages and crops in acute smoke and dusk. ******

Officials told the BBC that the mountains volcanic activity has decreased and that it has resulted some villagers decided to return home. But the vast majority of people choose not to. They have been given shelter at government houses, makeshift tents and places of worship nearby. Many are shocked and frightened. The eruption of Mt. Sinabung came as a surprise. For hundreds of years, it has been considered inactive.

Tens of thousands of people have marched through Hong Kong to show their anger at the handling of a siege in Philippines in which eight tourists from Hong Kong were shot dead. Demonstrators dressed in black and white walked quietly through the streets to demand an inquiry.

Trade Unions in South Africa say they are calling on private sector workers to join a one day general strike on Thursday, if the long-runing dispute in the public sector is not resolved. The workers want wage increases and increase housing allowance. But the government says it can't afford the demands.

BBC News.
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[Homework]BBC 2010-08-30

BBC News with Ian Perton

President Obama has led commemorations in New Orleans of the 5th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the storm that devastated the city and killed 1800 people. Addressing the students at ? university which has been rebuilt since the hurricane , Mr. Obama said that the disaster had been both natural and man-made.

We all remember keenly, water pouring through broken lattice, mothers holding their children above the waterland, people stranded on roof tops begging for help, bodies lying in the streets of great American city. It was a natural disaster but also a man-made catastrophy, a shameful breakdown in government that left countless men and woman and children abandoned and alone.

Mr. Obama promised his government would stand by New Orleans until it has recovered.

The Prime Minister of Pakistan U P said he's ordering an inquiry into allegation that some members on the national criket team were involved in a betting scam.
He said that the accusation has made Pakistan bow its head in shame. A British newspaper alleged that 2 player were paid to break the game rules at particular moments when they delivered no balls during the 4th test match against England L can't ? such things occuring. Richard Slee reports.

The allegation spy the news of world are supported by video footage of 200,000 dollars being handed towards what claimed to be a middleman.In return for information,the bet win 2 Pakistan players would boast 3 no balls during the next day's play. The no balls did happen exactly as promised.Such infomation is very valuable to betting syndicates.But the true cost will be paid by the game of cricket itself. A game which prides itself on a fair play is now having its integrity questioned.

The International Aid Agency O had warned a food shortage in Pakistan because of the massive flood. O said the planing needed to start now on hope that millions of displaced people were going to survive on a longer term. Jumer Givering at Islamabad.

The most urgent need in Pakistan is for clean drinking water. About 8 million people need emergency aid and barely 1 in 10 people has access to clear water.
But as well as coping with this very immediate crisis, aid agencies are warning about serious long term problems:crops have been destroyed and will be replaced and existing grains stores have been spoiled; food and security could be a pressing issue in Pakistan.

There has been wave of bomb attacts in the Mexican state of Tamalepas where
dozens of migrants were murdered by suspected drug traffickers earlier this month. The police are linking the attack to the Parfol Zita drugs custodial.

The bodies of 5 people working for a female candidate in Afghanistan's parliamentary election have been found in the western province of Harat.
All 5 part of the group of 10 adopted on Wednesday had been shot dead. The Taliban has said it carried up the killings. The insurgents oppose the election and female candidates in particular and they've been blamed for the murder of a number of candidates. The elections are due held next month but BBC correspondent said outside city centers the Taliban campaign of intimidation appears to be working.

Thousands of people in Indonesia are spending the night in temporary shelters after a volcano in the province of North Jemarcher erupted for the first time in 400 years.The official said 19000 people were moved from the slopes of Mont.Synimont and surounding areas after the volcano blanketed the villages and crops in accrete smoke and dusk..eh..dust, rather. More from Krismana Swani in J.

Officials told the BBC that the mountain's volcanic activity has decreased and as a result some villagers decided to return home. But the vast majority of the people chose not to. They've been giving shelters at government houses, ?tents and places of worship nearby. Many are shocked and frightened. The eruption of Mont. S came as a surprise. For hundreds of years, it had been considered inactive.

Tens of thousands of people have marched through H.K to show their anger at the handling of a besiege in Philipine in which 8 tourists from H.K were shot dead. Demonstrators dressed in white and black  walked quietly through the streets to demand an inquiry.

Trade Unions in South Africa said they will call on private sector workers to join a one day general strike on Thursday if the long running dispute in public sector is not resolved. The workers want wage increases and an increased housing allowance,but the government says it can't afford the demands.



                                                   
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BBC News with Emperton.
President Obama has led commemorations in New Orleans after fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the storm that devastated the city and killed eighteen hundred people. Addressing students at Zivel University, which has been rebuilt since the hurricane, Mr Obama said the disaster has been both natural and man-made.
“We all remember keenly water pours broken levies, mothers holding their children above the water land, people strapped on rooftops begging for help, bodies lying in the streets of great American city. It was a natural disaster, but also a man-made catastrophe, a shameful breakdown in government that left countless men and women and children abandoned and alone.”
President Obama promised his government would stand by New Orleans until it has recovered.

The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Yusef Azargil Ali says he’s ordering an inquiry into allegations that some members of the national cricket team were involved in a betting scam. He said the accusations made Pakistan Barweis head in shame. A British newspaper alleged that two players were paid to break the game’s rules in such pacific moments when they delivered no-balls during their forth Test Match against England. Lucrative bets can be places on such things occurring.
Richard Steve reports.
The allegations by the News of the World are supported by video footage of two hundred thousand dollars being handled over to what’s claimed to be a middleman in return for information that by when two Pakistan players will boll three no-balls during the next day’s play. The no-balls did happen exactly as promised. Such information is very valuable to bet in syndicates. But the true cost would be paid by the game of cricket itself, again which pride itself on their fair play is now having him integrity questioned.

The International Aid Agency, OXFAM, has warned food shortages in Pakistan because of the massive floods. OXFAM said planning needed to start now on how millions of displaced people were going to survive in a longer term.
Jill McGivering is in Islamabad.
The most urgent need in Pakistan is for clean drinking water; about eight million people need emergency aid and barely one of ten has access to clean water. But as well as coping with this very immediate crisis, aid agencies are warning about serious longer term problems. Crops have been destroyed and will be replaced, and existing green stores have been spoiled. Food insecurity could become a pressing issue in Pakistan.

There’s been a wave of bomb attacks in Mexicon state of Tarmalipas where dozens of foreign migrants were murdered by suspected drug traffickers earlier this month. Police are linking their attacks to the powerful Zeita, a drugs cartel.

World News from the BBC.

The bodies of five people working for a female candidate in Afghanistan’s parliamentary election have being found in the western province of Herate.
All five, part of a group of ten adopted on written state have been shot dead. The Taliban have said it carried out the killings. The insurgents apposed the election and female candidates in particular and they’ve been blamed for the murder of a number of candidates. The elections are due to held next month. But BBC correspondents said Alsaita city centers, the Taliban’s campaign of intimation appears to be working.

Thousands of people in Indonesia are spending the night in temporary shelters after a volcano in the province of North Mrchas erupted for the first time in four hundred years. Official said nineteen thousand people were moved from the slope of Mont. Sinabon and surrounding areas after the volcano blacked the villages and crops in accurate smoke and dust.
More from J K in Jakarta
Officials told the BBC that the mountain the volcanic activity has decreased and as a result some villages decided to return home, but the vast majorities of people chose not to. They’ve been given shelter and government houses, makeshift tents at places of warship nearby. Many are shocked and frightened. The eruption of M S came as a surprise, for hundreds of years it had been considered inactive.

Tens of thousands of people are marching through Hong Kong to show their anger of handling the siege in Philippines in which eight tourists from Hong Kong were shot dead. Demonstrators dressed in black and white walk quietly through the street to demand and enquiry.

Trade unions in South Africa said they will call on private sector workers join a one-day strike on Thursday if the long running dispute in the public sector is not resolved. The workers wander wage increases and increasing housing allowance, but the government says it can’t afford the demands.

BBC News.
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The bodies of five people working for a female candidate in Afghanistan's parliamentary election have been found in the western province of PLACE. All five part of a group of ten abducted on Wednesday have been shot dead. The Taliban has said it carried out the killings. The insurgents opposed the election and female candidate in particular, and they've been blamed for the murder of a number of candidates. The elections are due to be held next month, but our BBC correspondent says outside city centers, the Taliban campaign of intimidation appears to be working.

Thousands of people in Indonesia are spending the night in temporary shelters after a volcano in the province of North Sumatra erupted for the first time in 400 years. Officials said 19,000 people were moved from the slopes of Mount Sinabung and surrounding areas after the volcano blanked villages and crops in X smoke and dusk X. More XX in Jakarta.

Officials told the BBC that the mountain's volcanic activity has decreased, and as a result some villagers decided to return home. But the vast majority of people chose not to. They have been given shelter at government houses, makeshift tents and places of worship nearby. Many are shocked and frightened. The eruption of Mount ? came as a surprise. For hundreds of years, it has been considered inactive.

Tens of thousands of people have marched through Hong Kong to show their anger at the handling of a siege in the Philippines in which eight tourists from Hong Kong were shot dead. Demonstrators, dressed in black and white, walked quietly through the streets to demand an enquiry.

Trade unions in South Africa say they will call on private sector workers to join a 1-day general strike on Thursday if the long-running dispute in the public sector is not resolved. The workers want wage increases and an increased housing allowance, but the government says it can't afford the demand.
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BBC News with Iain Purdon.

President Obama has made commemorations in New Orleans for

the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. The storm

devastated the city and killed 18,000 people. Addressing

students at Xavier University, which is being rebuilt since

the hurricane, Mr.Obama said the disaster has been both

natural and man-made.

"We all remember healing, water pouring through broken labis,

mothers holding their children above the water line, people

srabbing on roof top waiting for help, bodies lying on the

streets of the great American city. It is a natural disaster

but also a man-made catastrophe. The shameful breakdown and

government left countless men and women and children

abandoned and alone."

President Obama promised his government will stand by New

Orleans until it has recovered.

The prime minister of Pakistan Yousaf Raza Gillani says he is

ordering an enquiry into allegation that some members of the international cricket team would involve in a betting scandal. He said the accusations made Pakistan "bellied his hand in shame". A British newspaper alleged that two players would pay to break the game's rules for specific level when they delivered no balls during the forth matchment against England. L.B counting days on such things occurring. P.L reports.

The allegations by the news of the world are supported by vedio protection of $205,000. The inhander which claims of being middle-man. It returned for information of when two Pakistan players would both free no balls during the next day's claim. The no-balls did happen except his promise. Such information is quite valuable to / for the true cost will be paid by the cricket itself. A game which primes itself for fair play is now having its intergrity question.

The International Aid Agency O. has warned the Pakistan's food shortages because of the massive floods. O. said planing needs to start now on how millions of displaced people will be going to survive on the longer term. J.M is Islamabad.

The most urgent need in Pakistan is for clean drinking water. About eight million people need emergency aid and thirty-one in ten have access to clean water. But there is no coping with this immediate crisis. Aid agency is waring about serious, long-term problems. Crops have been destroyed and will be replaced and it is things in the store that has been spoiled. Food and security could become a pressing issue in Pakistan.

There has been a wave of bomb attacks in Mexican state of / where dozens of foreign migrants were murdered by suspected drug traffick earlier this month. Police are linking the attacks to the powerful Ziter drugs cartel.

World News from the BBC.

The bodies of five people working for a female candidate in Afghanistan parlimentary elections have been found in the western province of /. All five, part of a group of them, on Wednesday have been shot dead. The Taliban had said it carried up the killings. The insurgents opposed the election and female candidates in particular and they have been blamed on the killing of a number of candidates. The election is due to be held next month. A BBC correspondence says outside / the Taliban campaign of its mandates to be working.

Thousands of people in Indonesia are spending a night at temper reshelters after vocano in the province of / errupted for the first time in 400 years. Official said 90,000 people were moved from homes of / and surrounding areas after the vocano blackages villages and crops in acrid fogs and dust.

Official told the BBC that the mountain of vocano activities have been decreased and others of results some villages decided to turn home. But the mass majority of people chose not to. They have given shelters at government houses and prays worship nearby. Many are shock and frightened. The erruption of / bacame a surprise. For hundreds of /, it haven't been considered errupted.

Tens of thousands of people are marching through Hong Kong to show their anger at the handling of a scene in the Philippine, in which eight tourists from Hong Kong were shot dead. Demonstrators dressed in black and white walk quietly through the streets to the /.

Trade Unions in South Africa say they will call on private sectors to join a one-day general strike on Monday if the long-running dispute in the private sector is not resolved. The workers want wages increase and an increased housing allowance. The government says it can't afford the demands.

BBC News.
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[Homework]BBC 2010-08-30

BBC news with Ann Pla

President Obama has led commemorations in New Orleans of the 5th anniversary of hurricane Katrina, the storm that devastated the city and killed 1,800 people. Addressing students are ? University, which has been rebuilt since the hurricane. Mr. Obama said the disaster had been both natural and man-made.


We all remember keenly water pulling through broken levees,  mothers holding the children above the water line. People stranded on ? begging for help. bodies lying in the streets of the great American city . it was a natural disaster but also a man-made catastrophe. The shame for breakdown, the government, that left countless men and women and children abandoned and alone.


President Obama promised his government would stand by New Orleans until it had recovered.


The Prime Minister of Pakistan ? said he is ordering an enquiry into allegation that some members of the national cricket team were involved in a betting scandal, he said the accusations made Pakistan ? in shame. A British newspapers alleged that two players were paid to break the games' rules at the specific moment when they delivered no ball during the 4th test match game against England. ? can be placed at such things occurring. R S reports.


The allegations by the news of the World are supported by video for teach of 200,000 dollars being handed over to what's claimed to be a middle man. In return for information, the ? two Pakistan players will both three no balls during the next day's play. the no ball did happen exactly as promised. such information is very valuable to betting ?, but the true cost will be paid by the game of cricket itself , a game which prides itself on fair play. it's now having its integrity questioned.


The international aid agency ? has warned a food shortages in Pakistan because of the massive flood. ? said plan needed to start now, on how millions of displaced people would ? to survive  in a longer term. J  in Islamabad:


The most urgent need in Pakistan is for clean drinking water, about 8 million people need emergency aid, and barely one in ten has access to clean water, but as well as coping with the very immediate crisis, aid agencies are warning about serious longer term problems, crops had been destroyed and won't be replaced, an existing grain store had been spoiled, food in security could become a pressing issue in Pakistan.


There has been a wave of bomb attacks in the Mexican state of ?, where dozens of foreign migrants were murdered by suspected drug traffics earlier this month. Police are linking the  
attacks to the powerful Zetas drugs cartel.


world news form the BBC.


The bodies of five people working for a female candidate in Afghanistan's parliamentary election have been found in the western province of ?. All five, part of the group of ten, abducted on Wednesday, have been shot dead. The Taliban has said it carried out the killings, the  insurgents opposed their election and female candidates in particular, and  they are being blame for the murder of the number of the candidates. The elections are due to held next month, but the BBC correspondent says outside city centres, the Taliban campaign  of  intimidation  appears to be working.


Thousands of people in Indonesia are spending the night in temporary shelters after a volcano
in the province of north ? erupted for the first time in 400 years. Officials said 90,000 people will move from the slopes of Mount ? and surrounding areas after the volcano blanketed the villages crops in ? smoke and dust. The dust


Officials told the BBC that mountain's volcano activity has decreased, and as a result, some villagers decided to return home, but the vast majority of people chose not to, they have been given shelters at government houses, make shift tents and places of worship nearby. Many are shocked and frightened. the eruption of Mount ? came as a surprise, for hundred of years, it had been considered inactive.


Tens of thousands of people have marched through Hongkong to show their anger of the handling of siege of Philippine, in which 8 tourists from Hongkong were shot dead. Demonstrators dressed in black and white, walked quietly through street to demand an inquiry.


Trade Unions in South Africa say they will call private sectors to join one day genuine strike if the long running dispute in the public sector is not resolved, the workers on wage interests and the increase in house allowance. but the government says it can't afford the demands.


BBC news.








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President Obama has led commemorations in New Orleans of the 5th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the storm that devastated the city and killed 1,800 people. Addressing students at ? University which has been rebuilt since the hurricane, Mr Obama said the disaster had been both natural and manmade.


We all remember it keenly. Water pouring through broken levees, mothers holding their children above the waterline, people stranded on rooftops begging for help, bodies lying in the streets of the great American city. It was a natural disaster but also a manmade catastrophe. A shameful breakdown in government that left countless men and women and children abandoned and alone.

President Obama promised his government would stand by New Orleans until it had recovered.

The Prime Minister of Pakistan Youssef Raza Gilani says he's ordering an inquiry into allegations that some members of the national cricket team were involved in a betting scam. He said the accusations made Pakistan bow its head in shame. A British newspaper alleged that two players were paid to break the game's rules at specific moments when they delivered no-balls during the fourth test match against England. Lucrative bets can be based on such things occurring.

The allegations by the News of the World are supported by video footage of 200,000 dollars being handed over to what's claimed to be a middle man in return for information about when two Pakistan players will ?? no balls during the next day's play. The no-balls did happen exactly as promised. Such information is very valuable to betting syndicates, but the true cost will be paid by the game cricket itself. A game which prides itself on fair play is now having its integrity questioned.

The international aid agency Oxfam has warned of food shortages in Pakistan because of the massive floods. Oxfam said planning needed to start now on how millions of displaced people were going to survive in the longer term.

The most urgent need in Pakistan is for clean drinking water. About eight million people need emergency aid and barely one in ten has access to clean water. But as well as coping with this very immediate crisis, aid agency is warning about a serious longer-term problem. Crops have been destroyed and won't be replaced and existing grain store has been spoiled. Food insecurity could become a pressing issue in Pakistan.

There has been a wave of bomber attacks in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas where dozens of foreign migrants were murdered by suspected drug traffickers earlier this month. Police are linking these attacks to the powerful Zeta drugs cartel.

The bodies of five people working for a female candidate in Afghanistan's parliamentary election have been found in the western province of ?. All five, part of a group of ten, abducted on Wednesday, have been shot dead. The Taliban has said it carried out the killings. The insurgents opposed the election and female candidates in particular and they have been blamed for the murder of a number of candidates. The elections are due to be held next month, but a BBC correspondent says outside the city centers, Taliban's campaign of intimidation appears to be working.

Thousands of people in Indonesia are spending the night in temporary shelters after a volcano in the province of north Sumatra erupted for the first time in 400 years. Officials said 1,900 people were moved from the slopes of the Mount Sinabung and surrounding areas after the volcano blanketed the villages and crops in acrid smoke and dust.

Officials told the BBC that the mountain's volcanic activity has decreased, and that as a result, some villagers decided to return home. But the vast majority of people chose not to. They've been given shelter at government houses, makeshift tents and places of worship nearby. Many are shocked and frightened. The eruption of Mount Sinabung came as a surprise. For hundreds of years, it had been considered inactive.

Tens of thousands of people have marched through Hong Kong to show their anger at the handling of a siege in the Philippines in which eight tourists from Hong Kong were shot dead. Demonstrators dressed in black and white walked quietly through the street to demand an inquiry.

Trade Unions in South Africa say they will call on private sector workers to join a one-day general strike on Thursday if the long-running dispute in the public sector is not resolved. Workers want wage increases and an increased housing allowance. But the government says it can't afford the demands.
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BBC News with Iain Purdon.

President Obama has led commemorations in New Orleans of the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the storm that devastated the city and killed 1,800 people. Addressing students at Xavier University which has been rebuilt since the hurricane, Mr Obama said the disaster had been both natural and man-made.

"We all remember it keenly - water pouring through broken levees, mothers holding their children above the waterline, people stranded on rooftops begging for help, bodies lying in the streets of a great American city. It was a natural disaster but also a man-made catastrophe; a shameful breakdown in government that left countless men and women and children abandoned and alone."

President Obama promised his government would stand by New Orleans until it had recovered.

The Prime Minister of Pakistan Yousuf Raza Gilani says he's ordering an inquiry into allegations that some members of the national cricket team were involved in a betting scam. He said the accusations made Pakistan "bow its head in shame". A British newspaper alleged that two players were paid to break the game's rules at specific moments when they delivered no-balls during the fourth Test match against England. Lucrative bets can be placed on such things occurring. Richard Slee reports.

The allegations by the News of the World are supported by video footage of $200,000 being handed over to what's claimed to be a middleman, in return for information about when two Pakistan players will bowl three no-balls during the next day's play. The no-balls did happen exactly as promised. Such information is very valuable to betting syndicates, but the true cost will be paid by the game of cricket itself, a game which prides itself on fair play is now having its integrity questioned.

The international aid agency, Oxfam, has warned of food shortages in Pakistan because of the massive floods. Oxfam said planning needed to start now on how millions of displaced people were going to(gonna) survive in the longer term. Jill McGivering is in Islamabad.

The most urgent need in Pakistan is for clean drinking water. About eight million people need emergency aid, and barely one in ten has access to clean water. But as well as coping with this very immediate crisis, aid agencies are warning about serious longer-term problems: crops have been destroyed and won't be replaced, and existing grain stores have been spoiled. Food insecurity could become a pressing issue in Pakistan.

There's been a wave of bomb attacks in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas, where dozens of foreign migrants were murdered by suspected drug traffickers earlier this month. Police are linking the attacks to the powerful Zeta drugs cartel.

World News from the BBC.

The bodies of five people working for a female candidate in Afghanistan's parliamentary election have been found in the western province of Herat. All five - part of a group of ten, abducted on Wednesday - had been shot dead. The Taliban has said it carried out the killings. The insurgents oppose/ the election and female candidates in particular, and they've been blamed for the murder of a number of candidates. The elections are due to be held next month, but a BBC correspondent says, outside city centres, the Taliban campaign of intimidation appears to be working.

Thousands of people in Indonesia are spending the night in temporary shelters after a volcano in the province of North Sumatra erupted for the first time in 400 years. Official said 19,000 people were moved from the slopes of Mount Sinabung and surrounding areas after the volcano blanketed villages and crops in acrid smoke and dust. At Dastrala, more from Karishma Vaswani in Jakarta.

Officials told the BBC that the mountain's volcanic activity has decreased and, as a result, some villagers decided to return home. But the vast majority of people chose not to. They've been given shelter at government houses, makeshift tents and places of worship nearby. Many are shocked and frightened. The eruption of Mount Sinabung came as a surprise. For hundreds of years, it had been considered inactive.

Tens of thousands of people have marched through Hong Kong to show their anger at the handling of a siege in the Philippines in which eight tourists from Hong Kong were shot dead. Demonstrators dressed in black and white walked quietly through the streets to demand an inquiry.

Trade unions in South Africa say they’ll call on private sector workers to join a one-day general strike on Thursday if the long-running dispute in the public sector is not resolved. The workers want wage increases and to increase housing allowance, but the government says it can't afford the demands.

BBC News.
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BBC News with Ian Perdon.
President Obama has led * in New Orleans ofthe 5th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the storm that devastated thecity and killed 1900 people. Addressing students at Xavier University, which’sbeen rebuilt since the hurricane, Mr. Obama said the hurricane had been bothnatural and manmade.
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The prime minister of Pakistan Yusuf RazaGilani said she is ordering an inquiry into allegation some of the members ofthe national ‘cricket team were involved in a betting scam. She said theaccusation made Pakistan bow his head in shame. A British Newspaper allegedthat 2 players were paid to break the game’s rule at specific moments when theydelivered no balls during the fourth-test against England. * can be placed onsuch things occurring. Richard Slee reports.
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The international aid agency Oxfam haswarned food shortages in Pakistan because of the massive floods. Oxfam saidplants needed to start now on how millions of displaced people were going tosurvive in the longer term. Jeremy * as in Islamabad .
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There ‘s been a wave of bomber attacks in Mexicanstate of Tamaulipas where dozens of former immigrants were murdered by suspectdrug traffickers earlier this month. Polices are linking this to *, drugcartel.
World news from the BBC.
The bodies of 5 people working for female candidatesin Afghanistan’s parliamentary election have been found in the western province* . All 5, part of group of 10, * on Wednesday, had been shot dead. The Talibanhas said it carried out the killings. The insurgents opposed the election andfemale candidates in particular. And they’ve been blame for the murder of anumber of candidates. The elections are due to be held next month, But the BBC correspondentsays outside city centers , the Taliban campaign of intimidation appears to beworking.
Thousands of people in Indonesia arespending the night in tempary * after a volcano in the provice of * erupted forthe frist time in 400 years. The officials says 19,000 people were move fromthe * of * and surrounding areas, after the volcano blanked villages and cropsin acry smoke and dust. A dust * more from * in *.
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Tens of thousands of people march through HongKong to show their anger at the * Philippines in which 60 tourists from HK wereshot dead. Demonstrators dressed in Black and white suit walk quite through thestreet to demand an inquiry.
TreeUnions in South Africa say they will call on private sector work to * a one-daygeneral strike on Thursday if the long running dispute in the public sector isnot resolved. The workers want wages increases and increasing housing allowance. But the government says it can’t afford the demands.
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[Homework]BBC 2010-08-30

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president obama has lad commemorations in new Orleans of 50th annivsery Hurrican Katrina,the storm that devastated the city and killed 1800 people.addressing student at Xavier university which has been rebuilt since the Hurrican,MR obame said the disaster has been both nature and man-made
we are remember it keenly,water pouring though broken levees,mothers holding the children above the waterline.people stranded on roof tops begging for help.bodys lying in the street of a great american city.it was a natural disaster but also a man-made catastrophe.a shameful breakdown in government  that left countless mem and women and chilhren abandoned and alone,  president obama promissed his governoment would stand by new orleans until it has recovered.

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BBC news with Inperben.

President Obama has led commermoration in New Orleans of the fifth anniversary of hurricane Chetrina, the storm that devastrated city and killed 1,800 people. Addressed in students of X university, which has been rebuilt since the hurricane, Mr. Obama said the disaster has been both natural and man-made.

We all remember keenly. Water poured into broken levies. Mothers's holding the children above the waterline. People strided on roof tops begging for help. Bodies lie in the streets of great American city. It was a natural disaster but also a man-made contestor. The shame for breakdown. And government that left countless man and women and children abandoned and alone.

President Obama promised his government will stand by New Orleans and until it has recovered.

The Prime Minister of Pakistan Jusef Azarlani says his ordering and inquiry into allegation for some members of the national cirket team will involve in a betting scan. He said accusations made Pakistan X in shame. A British newspaper alleged the two players were paid to break the game's rule at specific moments when they delivered no balls during the fourth test match against England. Look it best can be placed on such X. Lee reports.

The allegations by the News of the World are supported by video footage of X dollars been handled over to what's claimed to be a middle man in return for information that by when two Pakistan player were both three no balls during the next day's play. The no balls did happen exactly as promised. Such information is very valuable to betting cindicates but the true cost will be paid by the game of criket itself. The game which pride itself on fair play is now having its integrity questioned.

The Internaitons Aids Agency Oxfarm has warned food shortages in Pakistan because of the massive floods. Oxfarm said planning needed to start now on half millions of displaced people will go to survive in a longer term. Gumgevery is in Islambad.

The most urgent need in Pakistan is for clean drinking water. About 8 million people need emergency aid and barely one in ten has access to clean water. But it's one of coping with very immediate crisis. Aid agency has a warning about serious along the problem. Crops have been destroyed and will be replaced. And existing grain stores have been spoiled. Food in security could become a pressing issue in Pakistan.

There has been a wave of bomb attacks in the Mexican state of X where dozens of foreign migrants were murdered by suspected drug traffickers earlier this month. Police are linking the attacks the powerful Zerta---drug's cartel.

World news from the BBC.

The bodies of fled people working for a female candidator in Afganistan's parlimentary election has been found in the western province of Herit. All five, part of group of ten, abucted on X, have been shot dead. The Taliban has said it carried out the killings. The insurgents opposed the election and female candidates in particular, and they be blamed for the murder of a number of candiates. The election are due to be held next month. But BBC correspondent says X city centers, the Taliba campaign of intermediation appears to be working.

Thousands of people in Indonesia are spending the night in temporary shelter after a volcano in the province of X erupted for the first time in four hunderd years. Officials said 1,900 people were moved from the slopes of Mount X and surrounding areas after the volcano blanked villages and crops in acrete smoke and dusk. A dustral more from X into X.

Officials told the BBC that Moutain volcanic activity has decreased and as a result some villagers decided to return home. But the vast majority of people choose not to. They've been given shelter at government houses, makeshift tents and places of worship nearby. Many are shocked and frightened. The eruption of Mount X came as a surprise. For hundreds of years, it has been considered inactive.

Ten of thousands of people are marching through Hong Kong to show their anger over the handling of siege in Phillipines in which eight tourists from Hong Kong were shot dead. Demonstrators dressed in black and white walked quietly through the streets to demand the inquiry.

Trade Unions in South Africa said they would call on private sector workers to draw in a one-day general strike on Thursday if the long-running dispute in the pulic sector is not resolved. The workers wanted wage increases and increase house allowances, but the government says it can't afford the demands.

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      President Obama has led commemorations in New Orleans of the 5th anniversary of hurricane Katrina, the storm that devastated the city and killed 1,800 people. Addressing students at  university, which has been rebuilt since the hurricane. President Obama said the hurricane is both natural and man-made.
  
     We all remember it keenly, water pouring through broken levees . Mothers holding their children above the water, people stranded on the roof tops waiting for help, and bodies lying in the streets of great American city. It was a natural disaster but also a man-made catastrophe. The shameful breakdown in government that left countless men and women and children abandoned and alone.

   
      President Obama promised his government would stand by New Orleans until it was recovered.

     The prime minister of Pakistan ... says he is ordering an inquiry into allegations that some members of the national cricket team were involved in a betting scam. He said accusations made Pakistan ball head in shame. A British newspaper alleged that two players were paid to break the game’s rules at specific moments when they delivered no-ball during the 4th test match against England. Lucrative bet is based on such things occurring.

     The allegations by theNews of the World are supported by a  video footage of 200,000 dollars being handed over to what’s claimed to be a middle man in return for information by when two Pakistan players will ... three no-balls during the next day’s play. The no-balls did  happene as promised. Such information is very valuable to bet in Syndicate. But the true cost will be paid by the game of cricket itself, a gain which prize itself on fair play, is now having its integrity questioned.
The International aid agency Oxfam has warned food shortages in Pakistan because of the massive floods. Oxfam said, planning needed to start now on how millions of displaced people were going to survive in the longer term.


  The most urgent need in Pakistan is for clean drinking water. About one million people need emergency aid and barely one in ten has access to clearwater. But as one is coping with this very immediate crisis, aid agencies are warning about serious long-term problems. Crops have been destroyed and will be replaced, and existing grain stores have been spoiled. Food insecurity could become a pressing issue in Pakistan.

   There’s been a wave of bomb attacks in the Mexican state of ...  where dozens of fellow migrants were murdered by suspected drug traffickers earlier this month.
   The bodies of five people working for a female candidate in Afghanistan’s parliamentary election have been found in the western province of .... All five, part of a group of ten, are abducted on Wednesday, have been shot dead. The Taliban has said it carried out the killings. The insurgents opposed the election and female candidates in particular, and they’ve been blamed for the murder of a number of candidates. The elections are due to be held next month. But a BBC correspondent said outside city centres, the Taliban campaign of intimidation appears to be working.
Thousands of people in Indonesia have spent the night in temporary shelters after a volcano in the provincef ...  erupted for the first time in 400 years. Officials said 19,000 people were removed from the  Mount ...  and surrounding areas after the volcano blanketed villages and crops in accurate smoke and dusk.
    Officials told the BBC that the mountain’s volcanic activity has decreased and as a result, some villagers decided to return home. But the vast majority of people chose not to, they have been given shelter or government houses, makeshift tents and places of worship nearby, many are shocked and frightened. The eruption of Mount  came as a surprise. For hundreds of years, it had been considered inactive.
Tens of thousands of people have marched through Hong Kong to show their anger at the handling of a siege in the Philippines in which eight tourists from Hong Kong were shot dead. Demonstrators dressed in black and white walked quietly through the streets to demand an inquiry.
   Trade Unions in South Africa say they’ll call on private sector workers to join a one-day general strike on Thursday if the long-running dispute in the public sector is not resolved. The workers want wage increases and increase house allowances, but the government says it can’t afford the demands.


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PresidentO has led commemorations in New Oreland of the 50th anniversary of HurricaneKatrina that stormed and devastated the city and killed 18 hundred people.Addressing students at / University which has been rebuilt since the hurricane,Mr O said the disaster had been both natural and manmade.
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, mothersholding their children above the water line. People stranded on roof topswaiting for help. ///American soldiers. It was a natural disaster but also amanmade catastrophe. It’s shame to break down that government will leftcountless men and women and children abandoned and alone.”

PresidentO promised his government will stand by New Orelands until it //.

ThePM of Pakistan / says he’s ordering an inquiry into allegations that somemembers of the national cricket team were involved in a bettings gang. He saidthe accusations made Pakistan / ashamed. A British newspaper alleged that two playerswill pay to break the game’s / moments when they delivered low balls during theirfirst test match against England. New predicted / can be replaced //
Theallegations by the News of the World are supported by video / of 200 thousanddollars being handed over to what claims the middle land in return forinformation about one or two P players with both three low balls during thenext day’s playing. The low balls did happen exactly as promised. Suchinformation is very valuable to betting cindicats, but the true cost will bepaid by the game of cricket itself. The game which prides itself on fair playis now having its integrity question.

Theinternational aid agency / has warned of food shortages in Pakistan because ofthe massive floods. Oxfan said planning leaders are / now on how millions ofdisplaced people are gonna survive in a longer term.
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Themost urgent need in Pakistan is clean drinking water. About 8 million peopleneed emergency aid and barely 1 in ten has access to clean water. But as longas coping with this very immediate crisis, aid agents are warning about seriouslonger term problems. Crops have been destroyed and road being replaced andexisting grain stores have been spoiled. Food insecurity will become a pressingissue in Pakistan.



Therehas been a wave of bomb attacks in the Mexican state of / where dozens offoreign migrants were murdered by suspected drug traffickers earlier thismonth. Police are linking the attacks to / drugs cartels.

Thebodies of five people working for a female candidate in Afghanistan’sparliamentary election have been found in the western province of /. All five
of ten /// have been shot dead. The Talibanhas said it had carried out the attacks. The insurgents opposed the electionand female candidates in particular. They’ve been blamed for the murder of anumber of female candidates. Elections are due to be held next month, but a BBCcorrespondent says outside city centers, Taliban campaign /// is still working.


Thousandsof people in Indonesia are spending the night in temporary shelters after avolcano in the province of / erupted for the first time in 5 hundred years. Officialssay nineteen thousand people were moved from slopes and / in surrounding areasafter the volcano blanketed villages and crops in accurate smoke anddust. ///
Officialstold the BBC that the mountain’s volcano activityhas decreased and as a result some villagers decide to return home. But thevast majority of people chose not to. They’ve been given a shelter atgovernment houses, makeshift tents and places of worship nearby. Many areshocked and frightened. The eruption of mount / came as a surprise. Forhundreds of years it had been considered inactive.


Tensof thousands of people have marched through Hongkong to show their anger of a handlingof a siege in Philippines in which 8 tourists from HK were shot dead.Demonstrators dressed in black and white walked / through streets to demand aninquiry.

TradeUnions in SA say they’re calling on private sector workers to join a one-daygeneral strike on Thursday if a long running dispute in the public sector isnot resolved. The workers want wage increases and increase housing allowance,but the government says it can’t afford all demands.
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president Obama   has led commemorations in new Orleans  of the fifth  anniversary of Hurrican Kantrina,the storm that devisticate the city and killed 18 hundred people.
adressing students of sansiya university which is been rebuild since the hurrican.mr. obama said the disaster had been both natural and manmade.
"we all remember kinly, waterpooring through broken levis,mothers holding their children above the water line,people strandid on roof tops  begging for help, the bodies lying in the streets of greats of american city. it was a natural disaster but also a manmade contester  .a shameful  break down, and government let countless men and women and children abandoned and alone.president obama promised his goverment will standby new orleans untill it has recovered.

the prime minister of Pakistan ......says his order of inquiry into allegation  some members of natinal criket team  will involved in a betting scam . he said, the acusation made Pakistan head in shame.a british newspapers allows that,two player will  pay to break the games rules at a specific moment when they delivered no balls during the fourth test match against england . Lucrative bets can be placed on such things occurring. Richard Sleep reports.
the allegation buys the news of the world are supported by video footage of 200 thousand dollars being hand over to what's claimed to be a middleman in returen for information  about when two Pakistan players  will both three no-balls during the next day's play. the no balls did happen exactly  as promised .such information is very valuable to betting syndicates.but the true costs will be paid by the game of  cricket itself, a game which prides itself on fair play is now having its integrity questioned.

the international aid agency OXfams has warned of food shortage in Pakistan because of the massive floods.Oxfams said planning needed to start now,or half a million displaced people will gonna survive a longer term.


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[Homework]BBC 2010-08-30

BBC News with Iain Purdon.



President Obama has led commemorations in New Orleans of the 15th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the storm that devastated the city and killed 1,800 people. Addressing students at Xavier University which has been rebuilt since the Hurricane, Mr. Obama said the disaster had been both nature and manmade.



'We all remember keenly, water pouring through broken levees; mothers holding their children above the waterline; people stranded on rooftops begging for help; and bodies lying in the streets of a great American city. It was a nature disaster but also a manmade catastrophe; a shameful breakdown in government that left countless men and women and children abandoned and alone.'



President Obama promised his government would standby New Orleans until it had recovered.  



The Prime Minister of Pakistan Yousuf Raza Gilani says he is ordering an inquiry into allegation that some members of the national cricket team were involved in a betering scan. He said the accusations made Pakistan / head in shame. A British newspaper alleged that two players were paid to bring the game rules at specifical moments when they delivered no balls during the fourth test match against England. L bets can be played on such things occurring. Richard Lister reports



The allegations by the News of the world are supported by video footage of 200,000 dollars being handed over to what's claimed to be a middle man. In return for information, the bet went to Pakistan players would bowl free no balls during the next day's play. The no balls did happen exactly as promised. Such information is very valuable to betting syndicates, but the true costs would be paid by the game of cricket itself. A game which price itself on fair play is now having its integrity questioned.



The International Aid Agency Oxfam has warned food shortages in Pakistan because of the massive flood. Oxfam said planning needed to start now on how millions of displaced people were going to survive in the longer term.  Jill McGivering is in Islamabad.



The most urgent need in Pakistan is for clean drinking water. About eight million people need emergency aid and early one in tenth has access to clean water. But as / one of coping with this very immediate crisis, aid Agency says warning about serious longer term problems, crops have destroyed and won't be displaced, and existing green stores have been spoiled. Food in security could become a pressing issue in Pakistan.



There has been a wave of bomb attacks in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas, swept dozens of follow migrants were murdered by suspected drug traffickers earlier this month. Police are linking the attacks to the powerful Zeta drugs cartel.  



World News from the BBC.



The bodies of five people working for a female candidate in Afghanistan's parliamentary election have been found in the western province of /. All five part of group of ten abducted on Wednesday had been shoot dead. The Taliban has said it carried out the killings. The insurgents opposed the election and female candidates in particular and they've been blamed for the murder of a number of candidate. The elections are due to be held next month, and BBC correspondent says outside city centres, the Taliban campaign appears to be working.



Thousands people in Indonesia are spending in the 19 temporary shelters after a volcano in the province of North Sumatra, erupted for the first time in 400 years. Officials said 1900 people were moved from the slopes of Mount Sinabung and surrounding areas. After the volcano / villagers and crops in / smoke and dust. At / more from in /



Officials told the BBC that the mountain's volcanic activity has decreased, and as it resulted, some villagers decided to return home. But the vast majority of people chose not to. They've been given shelter at government houses, makeshift tents and places of warship nearby. Many are shocked and frightened. The eruption of Mount Sinabung came as surprise. For hundreds of years it had been considered inactive.



Tens of thousands people have marched through Hong Kong to show their anger at the handling of a siege in the Philippines, in which eight tourists from Hong Kong were shoot dead. Demonstrators dressed in black and white walked quietly through the streets to demand an inquiry.



Trade Unions in South Africa said they will call on private sector workers to join a one-day general strike on Tuesday if the long running dispute in the public sector in not resolved. The workers want waging increases and increase housing allowance, but the government says it can't afford the demands.   



BBC News.



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