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BBC News with /.

President Obama has led commemoration 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 has been both natural and man-made.
We are remembering keenly water pouring through broken levels, mothers holding their children above the waterline, people stranded on roof tops begging for help, bodies lining in the streets of American’s great 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 / 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 2 players were paid to break the game rules at specific moments when they delivered no balls during the first test match against England. Lucrative bet campaigns can’t be played on such scene occurring. / reports.
The allegations by the news of the world are supported by video footage of 250,000 dollars being handed over to what claimed to be a middle man in return for information about when 2 Pakistani players would bow 3 no-balls during the next day’s play. The no-balls didn’t happen exactly as it’s promised. Such information is valuable to betting syndicates. But the true cost would be paid by the game of cricket itself, the game which prizes itself on fair play is not having its integrity questioned.

The international aid agency / has warned a foot shortage in Pakistan because of the massive floods. / said planning needed to start now on how millions of displaced people were going to survive in the longer term. / is in Islamabad.
The most urgent need in Pakistan is for clean drinking water. About 8 million people needed emergency aid and barely 1/10 has access to clean water. But it’s one of its coping with these very immediate crises. Aid agencies have been warning serious longer-term problems. Crops have been destroyed and will be replaced. And exiting grain stores have been spoiled. Food in security would 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 early this month. Having links to the attacks are / drug cartel.

World News from the BBC.

The bodies of 5 men working for a female candidate in the Afghanistan parliamentary election have been found in the western province of /. All 5, part of a group of 10, 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 the BBC correspondent says outside city’s centers the Taliban’s campaigned intimidation appears to be working.

Thousands of people in Indonesia have spent the night in temporary shelters after a volcano in the province of north Sarmator erupted for the first time in 400 years. Officials say 1,900 people were moved from the slopes of mountain / and surrounding areas after the volcano blanked villages and crops in acrid smoke and dust. / has more from / in Jakarta.
Officials told the BBC that the mountain’s volcanic activity has decreased and as a result some villages decided to return home. But the vast majority of people chose not to. They have been given shelters at government houses, makeshift tents and places of worship nearby. Many are shocked and frightened. The eruption of mountain / 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 of the handling of a siege in the Philippines in which 8 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 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. The workers want wage increases and increase in 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 c* in New Orleans of the fifth anniversary of hurricane *, the storm that devastated the city and killed 1800 people. Addressing students at * university which will be rebuilt since the hurricane. Mr. Obama said disaster had been both natural and man-made.

We all remember k* water pouring through broken levees. Mother is holding the children above the water line. People stranded on roof tops making for help, bodies lying in the streets be a great American *. It was a natural disaster but also a man-made catastrophe. The shameful breakdown, the government left countless men and women and children are abandon and alone.

President Obama promised his government will stand by New Orleans until it *. The prime minister of Pakistan * says his ordering inquiry into allegation that some members of the national c* team were involved in the betting scam. He said the accusation made Pakistan bow its head in shame. A British newspaper alleged two players were paid to break the game rules at specific moments when they delivered no balls during the fourth test match against England. L* can be placed on such thing *. R* reports.

The allegations by the news of the world are supported by video footage of 200,000 dollars being handed of to…claimed to be a middleman. In return for the information about when two Pakistan players will…three no balls during the next day’s play. The no balls did happen exactly as promised. Such information is very valuable to betting *. But the true cost would be paid by the game cricket itself a game which prides itself on fair play is now having its * questioned.

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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 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 [dusk, er, dust, rather, 这里播音员先是将dust口误为dusk, 发现错了不好意思,先er了一声,苦笑了一下,接着更正为dust,后加rather表示更正].  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.

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BBC news with Ian perdon.
President Obama has led commemorations in New Orleans of the 5th anniversary of hurricanes in Katrina, the storm that devastated the city and killed 1800 people. addressing students at zabia university which has been rebuilt since the hurricane. Mr. Obama said the desaster has been both natural and man-made. we all remembered kingland, water pouring through , mothers holding the  children above the water line, people stranded on roof tops, begging for help. bodies lying in the streets of the great american city. it was a natural desaster but also a man-made catastrophe. the shame for break down in government that left countless men and women and children abandoned, and alone. president obama has promised his government would stand by new orleans until it had recovered.
the prime minister of pakistan   says he is ordering an inquiry into allegation that some members of the national cricket team were involved in a betting scan. he said the accusation made pakistan buried 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 4th test match against England. lucative bests can be played on such things occuring. waiters lee report.
the allegations by the news of the world also ported by vedio fulltage of 205,000 dollars being handed over to what claimed to be middle man, in return for information about when 2 pakistan players would both 3 no balls during the next day's play.the no balls did happen exactly as promised. such information is  very valuable to betting cidicants.but the true cost would be paid by the game of cricket itself. the game which pride itself in a fair play is now having its integrity questioned.
the international aid agency has now won a full shortage in pakistan that massive floods.

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BBC News with Iain Purdon.

President Obama has led commemorations in New Orleans of the fifth anniversary of hurricane Kathrina, 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 keenly, water pouring through broken levees, mothers holding their children above the water line. 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 man made catastrophe, a shameful breakdown when 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 Yousaf Raza Gilani says he's ordering an inquiry into allegation that some members of the national criket 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 be placed on such things occuring. Richard Slee 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 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 criket 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. Jill McGivering is in Islamabad.

The most urgent need in Pakistan is the 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 Paksitan.

There has 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 opposed the election and female candidate in particular and they'd 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 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 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 have 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 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 the 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. The workers want wage increases and increase 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 1800 people. Addressing student 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 water line, people stranded on roof tops begging for help, bodies lie in the streets of the great American city. It was a natural disaster but also a man-made catastrophe, a shame for break down, in government that left countless men and women and children abandoned and alone.
President promised his government would standby New Orleans utile it had recovered.
The Prime Minter of Pakistan Yousuf Raza Gilani says he is ordering an inquiry into allegation that some members of national cricket teams 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 rule in specific moment when they delivered no balls during the forth test match against England. Lucrative bets can be placed on such things occurring. Richard Lee reports.
The allegations by the news of the world are supported by video footage of 200000 dollars being handed over to what claims to be a middleman in return for information the bed went to 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 *, but the true cost will be paid by game of cricket itself, a game which pride itself on fair play is now having its integrity questioned.
The international aid agency, Oxfam, has warned a food shortages in Pakistan because of the massive floods. Oxfam said planning a 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 8 million people need a emergency aid and barely on in ten had access to clean water but as well as coping with this immediate crisis aid agencies are warning about serious long term problems. Crops had been destroyed and won’t be replaced and existing green stores had been spoiled. Food in security could become a pressing issue in Pakistan.
There has been a weave of bomb attack in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas, where dozens of foreign migrants were murdered by suspected drug traffickers earlier this month. Polices 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 had been found in the western province of Heart. All five, part a group of ten abducted on Wednesday had been shot dead. The Taliban had said it carried out the killings. The insurgent opposed the election and female candidate in particular and they had been blamed for a number of candidates. The elections are due to be held next month but BBC correspondent says outside city centers the Taliban campaign of intermediation 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 90000 people were moved form the slopes of Mount Sinabung and surrounding areas after the volcano blanketed villages and crops in acrid smokes and dusk. At Dastrala, more from Karishma Vaswani in Jakarta.
Officials told the BBC that mount’s volcanic activity has decreased and as the result some villages 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 erupting of Mount Sinabung came as a surprise for hundreds of years it has been considered inactive.
Tens of thousands of people are marching through Hong Kong to show their anger at the handing of siege in Philippines in which 8 tourist from Hong Kong were shot dead. Demonstrators dressed in black and white walked quietly through the street to demand inquiry.
Trade unions in South African said 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. The workers want wage increases and increase housing allowances but the government says it can’t afford the demands.   
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President Obama has led commemoration in New Orleans of the fifth anniversary of hurricane HN, thestorm that devastated the city and killed 1800 people. Addressing students atUN University which has been rebuilt since the hurricane, Mr. Obama said thedisaster has been both natural and man-made. ‘we all remember keenly, waterpouring through broken lobbies, mothers holding their children above the waterline, people stranded on roof tops begging for help, bodies lying in the streetsof great American city, it was a natural disaster but also a man-made catastrophe,a sinful break down, and government that left countless men and women andchildren abandoned and alone. President Obama promised his government willstand by New Orleans until it has recovered.


The prime minister of Pakistan PN says he is ordering aninquiry into allegations that some members of national cricket team thatinvolved in a betting scam. He said accusations made the Pakistan boish head in shame. A British newspaper alleged that twoplayers were paid to break the game rules at specific moments when they deliveredno balls during the fourth test match against England. Can be Paced on such things occurring. PN reports.

The allegations by the news of the worlds are supported byvideo footage of 200,000 dollars. The
which was claimed to be a middle man in return for information. The betwent to two players will bow three no balls during the next day’s play. The noballs did happen exactly as promised. Such information is very valuable tobetting crickets, but true cost will be paid bythe game of cricket itself. The game which prides itself on fair play now is havingits integrity questioned.

The international aid agency AN has warned the foodshortages in Pakistan because of the massive floods. AN says planning needed tostart now on how millions of disbased people aregoing to survive in a longer term. PN in Pn.

The most urgent need in Pakistan is for clean drinkingwater. About 8 million people need emergency aid, and barely wa turn has accessto clean water, but as well as coping with the immediate crisis, aid agent sayswarning about serious longer term problems, crops being destroyed, and wellbeing replaced and existing green stores have been spoiled, food and securitycould become a pressing issue in Pakistan.

There has been a wave of bomb attacks in the Mexican stateof CN, where dozens of foreign migrants were murdered by suspected drug traffickersearlier this month. Police are linking the attacks to the powerful GN, drugscocktail.


World news from BBC.

The bodies of five people working for a female candidate inthe Afghanistan parliamentary election have been found in the western provinceof PN. All five, part of the group of ten adopted on western state have beenshot dead. The Taliban has said it carried out the killings. Their insurgenceopposed the election and female candidate in particular and they have beenblamed for the murder of a number of candidates. The elections are due to heldnext month but the BBC correspondent says outside city CN, the Taliban campaignof intimidation appears to be working.

Thousands of people in Indonesia are spending the night intemporary shelters after the volcano in the province of PN erupted for thefirst time in 400 years. Official said 19,000 people were moved from the slopesof mount MN and surrounding areas after the volcano blankagevillages and crops in acquit smoke and dust. Morefrom PN in PN.

Officials told the BBC that the mountains volcanic activityhas decreased and as a result some villagers decided to return home, but thevast majority of people chose not to. They have been given shelters andgovernment houses; make shift turns and places of worship nearby. Many areshocked and frightened. The eruption of mount PN came as surprise. For hundredsof years it had been considered inactive.



Tens of thousands of people march through Hong Kong to showtheir anger at the handling of siege in Philippines in which 8 tourists fromHong Kong were shot dead. Demonstrators dressed in black and white walkedquietly through the street to demand inquiry.

Trade Unions in South Africa said they will call on privatesector worker to join in a one day general strike on Thursday if the longrunning dispute in the public sector is not resolved. The workers want wageincreases and increase housing allowance, but the government says it can’tafford the demands. BBC news.
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BBC News with IP.

President Obama has led commemorations in New Orleans of the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the storm that devastated the city and killed 1800 people. Addressing 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 levees, mother hodling the children abover waterline, people stranded on roof tops waiting 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, women and children abandoned, and alone.

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

The prime minister of Pakestan Y says he is ordering an inquiry into allegations that some members of National Cricket team were involved in a betting scam. He said the accusations has made Pakestan bow its head in shame. A british newspaper alledged 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. L  bets can be placed on such things occuring. RS reports.

The allegations by the news of  the world are supported by video footage of two hundred thousand dollars being handed over towards what's claimed to be a middle man in return for information about when two pakestan players were bowl three no balls during the next day's play. The no-balls did happen exactly as promised. Such information is very valueble to betting syndicates, but the true cost will be paid by the game of cricket itself. The game which prides itself on fair play is now having its integrity questioned.

The international aid agency Oxfam has warned of food shortages in Pakestan because of the massive floods, O said planning needed to start now on how millions of displaced people were gonna survive in the longer term. J in Islamabad.

The most urgent need in Pakestan is the clean drinking water about 8 million people need emmergency aid and barely one in ten has access to clean water. But as well as coping with this fairly immediate crisis, aid agency is warning about serious longer term problems, crops have been destroyed and will be replaced and existing grain stores have been spoiled. Food in security could become a pressing issue in Pakestan.

There has been a wave of bomb attacks in the Mexican state of T, when 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 H. All five part of a group of ten adopted on Wednesday have been shot dead. The Taliban had 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 the bbc correspondance says outside the 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 N errupted for the first time in 400 years. Officials said 19,000 people were moved from the slopes of Mount S and surrounding areas after the volcano blanketed villedges and crops, in acrid smoke dusk ?. More from K in J.

Officials told the bbc that mountain's volcanic activity has decreased and that is the result, some villedgers decided to return home. But the vast majority of people chose not to. They have been given shelter and government houses, makeshif tents, and places of worship nearby. many are shocked and frightened. The erruption of mountain S came as a surprise, for hundres of years, it had been considered inactive.

Tens of thousands of people have marched through HK to show their anger at the handing of the siege in the Philippins in which 8 tourists from HK 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 will call on private sector workers to join a one day general strike on Thursday if the long running dispute in the public center is not resolved. The workers want wage increases and to increase the housing allowance. The government says it can't affortthe demands.

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BBC news with Ann Perdon.
President Obama has led commemorations in New ? of the 5th anniversary of Hurricane Carina, the storm that devastated the city and killed 1800 people. Addressing students at Zavia University which has been rebuilt since the hurricane, Mr. Obama said the disaster had been both natural and man-made.
We all remembered the scenes, water points of broken levis, mothers holding the children above the waterline, peoples stranded on, roots out, 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 shameful breakdown and government left countless men and women and children abandoned and alone. President Obama promised his government would standby ? until it had recovered.

The Prime Minster of Pakistan, Yousaf Raza Gilani, says he’s ordering an inquiry into allegation that some members of international cricket team were involved in a betting scandal. He said the accusations made Pakistan bower’s 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 4th test match against England. Lucrative bets count on such things occurring. Richard Sleep Reports.
The allegations by the news of the world are supported by video footage of two hundred thousand dollars being handed over towards claim-to-be a middleman in return for information abide when two Pakistan players were both three no-balls during the next day’s play. The no-balls did happen as exactly as promised. Such information is very valuable to betting indicates, but the true cost would be paid by the true cricket itself, a game which prides itself on fair play is now having its integrity questioned.

The international aid agency OxPan has warned of foot shortages in Pakistan because of the massive floods. Oxpan said planning needed to start now on how millions of displaced people were going to survive in the longer term. Jumer Gimmering is 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 have access to clean water. But as well as coping with this very immediate crisis, aid agency is warning about a series of longer term problems. Crops have been destroyed and well be replaced, and existing grain stores have been spoiled, food in security would become a pressing issue in Pakistan.

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

World news, from the BBC.

The bodies of five people working for a female candidate in Pakistan parliamentary election have been found in the western province of Harat. all five, part of a group of 10, abducted on weapon? have been shot dead. The Taliban has said it carried out the killings. The insurgence opposed the election and female candidates in particular and there have been blame 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 ? erupted for the first time in 400 years. Officials said 1900 people were moved from slopes of the Mount ? and surrounding areas after the volcano blanket villages and crops in acrid smoke and dust. And duster, for more ?
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, make shift 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 Hongkong to show their anger at the handling of a siege in Philippines in which 8 tourists from Hongkong were shot dead. Demonstrators dressed in black and white walked quietly through the street to demand 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 wanted wage increased and increase in house allowances. 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 50th 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 the 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 Y*R* 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. * 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 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 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 series of 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.

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 H*. 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, the 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 Sambaing and surrounding areas after the volcano blanketed the villages and crops in acrid smoke and dust. A duster that more from Vaswani in Jakarta.

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; make shift tents and places of worship nearby. Many are shocked and frightened. The eruption of Mount Sambaing 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. 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 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; and 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 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 has 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. Officials 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. More from Karishma Vaswani in Jakarta.
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 have 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 an increased housing allowance, but the government says it can't afford the demands.

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President Obama has led commemorations in New Orleans of the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina ,the storm that devastating the city and killed 1800 people.Addressing students at / University which has been rebuilt since the huricane,Mr Obama said the disaster had been both natural and man-made.

We all remember keenly.Water pouring through broken levees,mothers holding their children above the water line.People stranded on rooftops waiting for help.Bodies lied in the streets of the 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 Orleans until it had 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 the accusations made Pakistan bow its head in shame.A british newspaper alleged two players were paid to bring the games lose at an specific moments when they diliver no balls during the fourth test match against England.Lucrative bets can be blamed on such things occurring.

The allegations by the news of the world are suppored by radio footage of 200,000 dollars being handed over to what's claimed to be a middle man in return for the information about when two Parkistan players will bowl 3 noballs during next day's play.The noballs did happen exactly as promised.Such information is valid valuable to betting syndicates,but the true cost would be paid by the game of cricket itself.A game which prides itself for fair play is now having i/ questions.

The international aids agency Oxfam has warned the food shortages in Parkistan because of the massive floods .Oxfam says planning  is needed to start now on how millions of displaced people will going to survive for a longer term.

The most urgent need is Parkistan is the clean drinking water.About more than 8 million people need emergency aid and barely one in ten has access to clean water.As one is 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 Parkistan.

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

world news from the bbc

The bodies of five people working for female candidates in Afghanistan 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 fo a number of candidates.The election is due to be held next month.But our bbe correspondent says outside the  city centers,the Taliban's compaign of intimidation appears to be working.

Thousands of people in Indonesia spent a night in temporary shelters after a volcano in the province of north Somatra erupted for the first time in 400 years.Officials say 90 thousand people were moved from the slopes from the / and surronding areas.After the volcano blanketed the villages and crops amid acrid smoke and dust.

Officials told the bbc that the mountain's volcanic activity has decreased and as a result,some villagers decided to return their homes.But the vast majority of people chose not to.They have been given shelters and government houses ,makeshift tents and places of warship nearby..Many are shocked and frightened.The erruption of mount / 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 at the handling of the siege in Phillipines in which eight tourists from Hong Kong were shot dead.Demostrators dressed in black and white walked quickly through the streets to demand the inquiry.

Trade Unions in South Africa says 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 increasing housing allowance.But the government says it can't afford the demands.
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BBC news with Ianpernon.

President Obama has led commemorations in New Orleans of the 5th anniversary of Hurrican 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 manmade.

We all remember it ***. 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 Yousaf 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 Paksitan 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 againt England. Lucrative bets can be based on such things occurring.

The allegations by the News of the World are surported by video footage of 250,000 dollars being handed over to what's claimed to be a middle man 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 ***, but the true costs will be paid by the game criket 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 8 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 agence is warning about a series of 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 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 these attacks to the powerful Zita 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 oppesed the election and female candidates in particular and they'd 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, the 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. more from *** in Sumatra.

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 Hongkong to show their anger at the handling of a siege in the Phillipines in which eight tourists from Hongkong were shot dead. Demonstrators dressed in black and white walked quietly through the street to demand an inquiry.

BBC news

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. The workers want wage increases and an increaded housing 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 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; and 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 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 has 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. Officials 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. More from Karishma Vaswani in Jakarta.
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 have 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 an increased housing allowance, but the government says it can't afford the demands.

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