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BBC News with David Austin.

The United Nations says the situation on the Tunisian-Libyan border is now a full-blown humanitarian crisis. There are scenes of mounting chaos, as thousands continue to pour into Tunisia to escape the growing turmoil in Libya. Jim Muir is there.

Well, there’s a scene of total chaos going on here at the Libyan-Tunisian border. This is no-man’s land. This area here controls access to a narrow passage to the Tunisian passport control. There’re just thousands upon thousands of people waiting desperately to cross that border. Some of those who are at the front of the crowd here have been overcome. They've been crushed. (er) They have been taken over the top, but they are arriving in a condition of complete exhaustion and hardly able to breathe.

The United Nations General Assembly has voted to suspend Libya from the UN Human Rights Council. The resolution, passed by consensus by the entire UN membership, accused Libya of committing gross and systematic violations of human rights.

Opposition protesters and Iranian police have clashed in several locations in Tehran. Dozens of people are said to have been arrested. Our Iran correspondent, James Reynolds, has been monitoring events from London.

Iran’s opposition has been watching events in the Arab world with a certain amount of envy, so this afternoon they tried to hold their own protest – their third in as many weeks. But the establishment was waiting for them. Thousands of anti-riot police were deployed in the streets of Tehran. The police used batons to move people along. Witnesses say that the police used tear gas to disperse demonstrators near Azadi Square in the centre of the city. Elsewhere, protestors poured diesel onto the streets to try to make it harder for police officers on motorbikes to go after them.

The authorities in Tunisia have legalised the Islamist Ennahda movement for the first time since it was created 30 years ago. Ennahda leaders say they are delighted and looking forward to forming a political party to compete in Tunisia’s planned July elections. From Tunis, Owen Bennett-Jones reports.

Back in 1989 at a time when Ennahda was banned, candidates sympathetic to the party won at least 17 per cent of the national vote. One of the senior party leaders Ali Laria, who served 13 years in solitary confinement because of his Ennahda activities, says the party will now have to move on from its opposition to the Ben Ali regime and, instead, start focusing on working within a democracy. Meanwhile, the government in Tunis continues to lose ministers. The prime minister resigned on Sunday, and since then four more have followed suit.

The United Nations refugee agency says there’s been an increase in attacks by rebels of the Lord’s Resistance Army on communities in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The UNHCR has reports of 52 raids since January. The attacks have left 35 people dead and more than a hundred people have been abducted.

World News from the BBC.

Britain is to end its international aid to 16 countries. The International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell told parliament that he wanted to concentrate the money where it would do "most good". Nations like Lesotho and Kosovo will lose direct funding, but others like Ethiopia and Bangladesh will receive more aid from the Department for International Development, or DFID.

“As a result of this review, we have decided to focus British aid more tightly on the countries where Britain is well-placed to have a significant long-term impact on poverty. By 2016, DFID will have closed significant bilateral programmes in 16 countries. This will be a phased process honouring our existing commitments and exiting responsibly.”

The French fashion house, Christian Dior, says it’s sacking its British chief designer John Galliano. He was arrested last week after being accused of shouting anti-Semitic abuse at a couple in a bar in Paris. Later, a video clip emerged of him declaring that he loved Adolf Hitler. Dior’s managing director condemned the designer’s comments, saying that they were in complete opposition to the company’s values.

US investigators say they’ve traced the gun used in a shooting in Mexico of two American immigration agents and it came from the Texas city of Dallas. Officials said they’d arrested three people there on suspicion of smuggling guns to Mexico, one of which was used in the attack on Immigration and Customs agents, Jaime Zapata and Victor Avila. Mr Zapata died and Mr Avila was injured when gunmen opened fire on them in central Mexico two weeks ago.

The International Olympic Committee is creating a task force to coordinate the fight against illegal betting and match-fixing in sport. The announcement followed a summit held in Switzerland between representatives from sports federations, national governments, and the betting industry, as well as the international police agency, Interpol.

And that’s the BBC News.

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BBC News with David Austin.

The United Nations says the situation on the Tunisian-Libyan border is now a full blown humanitarian crisis. There are scenes of mounting chaos as thousands continue to pour into Tunisia to escape the growig turmoil in Libya. Jim Munro is there.

Well there are scenes of total chaos going on here at the Tunisian-Libyan border. This is no man’s land. This area here controls a narrow passage to the Tunisian passport control. There are just thousands upon thousands of people waiting to desperately cross that border. Some of those who are at the front of the crowd here are being overcome. They are being crushed. They are being taken home to /. But they are arriving in a condition of complete exhaustion and hardly able to breath.

The United Nations’ General Assembly has voted to suspend Libya from the UN Human Rights Council. The resolution, passed by consensus by the entire UN membership, accused Libya of committing gross and systematic violations of human rights.

Opposition protestors and Iranian police have clashed in several locations in Tehran. Dozens of people are said to have been arrested. Out Iran correspondent James Reynolds has been monitoring events from London.

Iran’s opposition has been watching events in the Arab world with a certain amount of envy. So this afternoon they tried to hold their own protest, the third in these many weeks. But the establishment was waiting for them. Thousands of anti-riot police were deployed in the streets in Tehran. Police used batons to move people on. Witnesses say that the police used tear gas to disperse demonstrators near the Azadi Square in the centre of the city. Elsewhere, people poured diesel onto the streets to try to make it harder for police officers on motorbikes to go after them.

The authorities in Libya have legalized the Islamist Ennahda movement for the first time since it was created 30 years ago. Ennahda leaders say they are pleased and are looking forward to form a political party to compete in Tunisia’s planned July election. From Tunis, Owen Bennett Jones reports.

Back in 1989, when Ennahda was banned, candidates sympathetic to the party won at least 17% of the national vote. One of the senior party leaders Ali L, who served 13 years in solitary confinement because of his Ennahda activities, says the party will now have to move on, from its opposition to the Ben Ali regime, and instead start focusing on working within a democracy. Meanwhile the government in Tunis continues to ministers. The Prime Minister resigned on Sunday and since then four more have followed suit.

The UN refugee agency says there has been an increase of attacks by the rebels of the Lord’s Resistance Army to communities people in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The UN HCR has reported a 52 rate since January. The attacks left 35 people dead and more than 100 people have been abducted.

World News from the BBC.

Britain is to end its international aid to 16 countries. The International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchel, told parliament that he wanted to concentrate the money where it would do most good. Nations like Lesotho and Kosovo will lose direct funding, but others like Ethiopia and Bangladesh will receive more aid from the Department for International Development, or DEFID.

As a result of this review, we have decided to focus British aid more tightly on the countries where Britain is well placed to have a significant long-term impact on poverty. By 2015, DEFID will have closed significant bilateral programmes with 16 countries. This will be a phased process, honouring our existing commitments and exiting responsibly.

The French fashion house Christiana Dior says it’s sacking its British chief designer John Galliano. He was arrested last week after being accused shouting anti-Semitic abuse at a couple in a bar a Paris. Later, a video clip emerged of him declaring that he loved Adolf Hitler. Dior’s managing director said he condemned the designer’s comments, saying that they were in complete opposition to the company’s values.

US investigators say they have traced the gun used in the shooting in Mexico of two American immigration agents and it came from the Texas city of Dallas. Officials said had arrested three people on suspicion of smuggling guns to Mexico. One of them was used in the attack of the Immigration and Customs agents Jaime Zapata and Victor Avila. Mr. Zapata was killed and Mr. Avila was injured when gunmen opened fire on them in central Mexico two weeks ago.  

The International Olympics Committee is creating a task force to coordinate the fight against illegal betting and match-fixing efforts in sport. The announcement followed a summit held in Switzerland between representatives from sports federations, national governments, and the betting industry as well as the international police agency, Interpol.

And that’s the latest BBC News.
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BBC News with David Austin

The United Nation says the situation on the Tunisian Libyan boader is now a full blown humanitarian crisis. There are things of mounting choas as thousands continue to pour into Tunisia to escape the great tormoil in Libya. ? is there.

There is single toltal choas going on here at the Libian Tunisian boader. This is ?. This area here control access to a narrow passage to the Tunisian passport control. There are just thousands upon thousands of people waiting desperately to cross that boader. Some of those who at the front of the crow here have been overcome  are being crashed. There have been taken ...condition of complete exhaustion and hardly able to flee.

The United Nation's General Assembly has voted to suspend libya from the UN human rights' council. The resolution passed by consensus by the entire UN membership accused Libya of committing gross and systematic violation of human rights.

Opposition protesters and Iranian police have clashed in several locations in Iran. Dozens of people are said to have been arrested. Our Iran correspondent, James ? has been monitering events from London.

Iran's ooposition has been watching events in the Arab world with certain amount of envy. So this afternoon, they tied to hold their own protest, their third in its many weeks, but the establishment was waiting for them. Thousands of anti-riots were deployed in the streets of Iran. The police used baton to move people along. Witnesses said the police used tear gas to spur demonstrators near ? in the center of the city. Elsewhere protesters poured diesel onto the streets to try to make hard for police officers on motobikes to go after them.

The authorities have legalized the Islamist ? movement for the first time since it was created 30 years ago. ? said they are delighted and look forwad to forming a political party to compete in Tunisia's planned July elections. From Tunis, ? rerports.

Back in 1989 at a time when ? was banned, candidates sympathetic to the party won at least 17% of the national vote. One of the senior party leader ? who served 13 years in solitary confinement because of its ? activities, says the party would now have to move on from its opposition to the ? regim and instead stop focusing on working within a demoncracy. Meanwhile the government in Tunis continues to loss ministers, The Prime Minister resigned on Sunday, since then four more have followed suit.

United Nation's refugee agency says there has been a increase in attacks by rebels of the lord's resistence army on communities in the north east of the democratic republic of Congo. The UN HCR has reports of 62 rapes since Junary.  The attacks have left 35 poeple dead and more than 100 people have benn abducted.

World News from the BBC

Britain is to end it international aid to 16 countries. International developement secretary ? , told parliament that  he wanted to concentrate the money where it would do most good. Nations like ? and Kosovo will loss direct funding, others like Ethiopia and Bangalashe will receive more aid from the department for international development or ?.

As result of this review, we have decided to focus Britain aid more tightly on the countries where Britain is well place to have significant longterm impact on poverty. By 2016? we have closed significant bilateral programs in 16 countries. This will be a faith process honoring our existing commitment and exiting responsibly.

The Franch fashion house, ?, says it is sacking its British chief designer, ?. He was arrested last week after being accsued of shouting anti-? abuse at a couple in a ? pirates. Later a vedio clipping merge of him declaring that he loved ?. ?'s managing director comdemned for designer's comments saying that they were in complete opposition to the companies' values.

US investigators say they have traced the gun used in a shooting in Mexico, two American immigration agents and it came for the Texas city Dallas. Official said they'd arrested three people there on suspension of smuggling guns to Mexico. One of which was used in a attack on immigration and custums agents,  ? and ?.  Mr ? died and Mr ? was injured when gunmen opened fire on them in central Mexico.two weeks ago.

International Olympic committee is creating a task force to coordinate the fighting against illegal betting and match fixing in sport. The annoucement followed a summit held in swizterland between representatices from reports federations, national governement and the betting industry as well as the international police agency Interpol.

And that's the BBC News.
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BBC News with David Austin.

The United Nations says the situation on the Tunisian-Libyan border is now full bloom humanitarian crisis. There are scenes of mounting chaos as thousands continue to pour into Tunisia to escape the growing turmoil in Libya. Jim Munro is there.
Well there are scenes of total chaos going on here at the Libyan-Tunisian border. This is no xxx. This area here controls access for a narrow passage through the Tunisian passport control. There are thousands upon thousands of people waiting desperately to cross that border. Some of those who are at the front of the crowd here have been overcome and been crushed. They’ve been taken over xxx they are arriving at the condition of the plague exhaustion and hardly ever to breath.

The United Nations General Assembly have voted to suspend Libya from the UN Human Rights Council. The resolution passed by consensus by the entire UN membership accused Libya of committing gross and systematic violations of human rights.

Opposition protesters and Iranian police have clashed in several locations in Tehran. Dozens of people are said to have been arrested. Our Iran correspondent James Reynolds has been monitoring events from London.
Iran’s opposition has been watching events in the Arab world with a certain amount of envy. So this afternoon they tried to hold their own protest, their third in these many weeks. But the establishment was waiting for them. Thousands of anti-riot police were deployed in the streets of Tehran. The police used batons to move people along. Witnesses say that the police used tear gas to disperse demonstrators near Azadi Square in the centre of the city. Elsewhere protesters poured diesel onto the streets to try to make it harder for police officers on motorbikes to go after them.

The authorities in Tunisia have legalised the Islamist and Nada movement for the first time since it was created 30 years ago. A Nada leader said they are delighted and are looking forward to forming a political party to compete in Tunisia’s planned July elections. From Tunis, Owen Bennett reports.
Back in 1989 at a time when the Nada was banned, candidates sympathetic to the party won at least 17% of the national vote. One of the senior party leaders, Ali LXXX, who served 30 years in solitary confinement, because of his Nada activists, says the party will now have to move on, from its opposition to the Ben Ali regime and instead start focusing on working within a democracy. Meanwhile the government in Tunis continues to lose ministers. The Prime Minister resigned on Sunday and since then four more have followed suit.

The United Nations Refugee Agency says there’s been an increase in attacks by rebels of the laws-resistant army on communities in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The UN HCR has reports of 52 raids since January. The attacks have left 35 people dead and more than a hundred people have been abducted.

World news from the BBC.

Britain is to end its international aids to 16 countries. The International Development Secretary, Andrew Mitchel, told parliament that it wanted to concentrate the money where it would do most good. Nations like Lesotho and Kosovo will lose direct funding, but others like Ethiopia and Bangladesh will receive more aid from the department for international development or DEFID.
“As a result of this reveal we have decided to focus British aid more tightly on the countries where Britain is well placed to have a significant long-term impact on poverty. By 2016 DEFID will have closed significant bilateral programmes in 16 countries. This will be a faced process, honouring our existing commitments and exiting responsibly.”

The French fashion house, Christiana Dior, says it’s sacking its British chief designer John Galliano. He was arrested last week after being accused of shouting anti-Semitic abuse to a couple in a bar in Paris. Later a video clip emerged of him declaring that he loved Adolf Hitler. Dior’s Managing Director condemned for designer’s comments, saying that they were in complete opposition to the company’s values.

U.S. investigators they’ve traced the gun used in a shooting in Mexico of two American immigration agents that came from the Texas city of Dallas. Officials said they’d arrested three people there on suspicion of smuggling guns to Mexico, one of which was used in the attack on immigration and customs agents, Jaime Zapata and Victor Avila. Mr Zapata died and Mr Avila was injured when gunmen opened fire on them in central Mexico two weeks ago.

The International Olympic Committee is creating a task forced to co-ordinate the fight against illegal batting and match fixing in sport. The announcement followed a summit held in Switzerland between representatives from Sports Federations, national governments and the batting industry as well as the international police agency Interpol.

And that’s the BBC News.
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BBC News with David Austin.

The United Nations says the situation of a Tunisian-Libyan border is now full blown human * crisis. There are scenes of mounting chaos and thousands continue to pour into Tunisia to escape the growing turmoil in Libya. Jim Munro is there.

"There're single terrible chaos going on here at the Libya-Tunisian border. This is no man gland. This area here controls actress through a narrow passage, taking the Tunisian passport control. There're just thousands upon thousands of people waiting desperately to cross that border. Some of those who are at the front of crowd here have been overcrowded and been crushed. They're being taking over the plot for there're living in condition of the clinic exhaustion and ** over to grid."

The United Nations General Assembly has voted to suspend Libya from the UN Human Rights Council. The resolution passed by conscences by the entire UN membership accused Libya of committing gross and systematic violations of human rights. Opposition protesters and Iranian police have clashed in several locations Tehran. Dozens of people are said to have been arrested. Our Iran correspondent James Reynolds has been monitoring events from London.

"Iran's opposition has been watching events in the Arab world with a certain amount of envy. So this afternoon, they try to hold their own protest, the third in these many weeks. But the establishment was waiting for them. Thousands of anti-riot police were deployed in the streets of Teheran. The police used batons to move people alone. Witnesses say the police use tear gas to disperse demonstrators near Azadi Square in the centre of the city. Elsewhere, protesters poured dital onto the streets to try to make it harder for police officers on motorbikes to go after them."

The authorities in Tunisia have legalised the Islamist anader movements. For the first time science it was created 30 years ago. Anader Lydia say there're delighted and are looking forward to forming a political party to compete to a Tunisia's planned July elections. From Tunis Owen Banna Jones reports.

"Back in 1989, there's a time when anader was banned, came to the sympathetic to the party won at least 17% of the national vote. One of the senior party leaders Ally Laria thaw served 13 years in solitary confinement because of his ** activities, says the party will now have to move on from its opposition to the Bannani regime, and instead to start focusing on working with an democracy. Meanwhile, the government in Tunis continues to lose ministers. The Prime Minister resigned on Sunday and since then, four more have followed suit."

The United Nations Refugee Agency says there has been an increase in attacks by rebels of the Lord's Resistance Army on communities in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The UNHCR has reports to 52 rates since January. The attacks have left 35 people dead and more than 100 people have been abducted.

World news from the BBC.

Britain is to end its international aids to 16 countries. The International Developenment Secretary Andrew Mitchell told parliament that he wanted to concentrate the money where it would do most good. Nations like the Suto and Kosovo will lose direct funding, but others like Ethiopia Bangladesh will receive more aid form the department for international development or deficit.

"As a result of this review, we have decided to focus British aid more tightly on the countries while Britain is well-placed to have a significant long-term impact on poverty. By 2016 deficit will have close significant binatural programmes in 16 countries. This will be a faced process honoring our existing commitments and exerting responsibly."

The French fashion house Christian Dior says that it's sacking its brutish chief designer John Galliano. He was arrested last week after been accused of shouting anti-Semitic abuse to a couple at a bar in Paris. Later, a video clip he emerged to help him declaring that he loved Adolf Hitler. Dior's managing director condemned for design this comments, saying that they were in compete opposition the company's values.

US investigators say they traced a gun used in the shooting in Mexico to American immigration agents and detain from the Texas city of Dallas. Officials said they'd arrested 3 people there are suspicion have smuggling guns to Mexico, one which was used in the attack on immigration at customs agents, Highmaves Zapata and Victor Avila. Mr. Zapata died and Mr. Avila was injured when gunmen opened fire on them in central Mexico two weeks ago.

The International Olympic Committee is created a task force to coordinate the fight against illegal betting and match-fixing sport. The announcement followed a summit held in Switzerland between representatives from sports federations, national governments, and the betting industry as well as the international police agency, Interpol.

And that's the BBC News.
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BBC news with David Austin

The United Nations has the situation of Tunisia Libya border is now full a blow of humanitarian crisis. There is scene of mountain chaos as thousands continue to pour into Tunisia to escape the growing tumor in Libya.  JM is there,

It is total chaos going here in Libya and Tunisia border, this is no man’s land, this area here controls access to a narrow passage a Tunisia possible control, there are thousands upon thousands of people waiting desperately to cross that border. Some of these who are at the front of the crowd here are becoming over crush, they’ve been taken over the crowd but arriving a condition of pretty exhausting and hardly could breathe.

The United Nations' general assembles has voted to suspend Libya from UN Human Rights Council. The resolution passed by the consensus by the entire UN membership, accused Libya of committing growth and systematic violations of humanity rights.

Opposition protestors and Iranian police are clashed several occasions in Teheran. Dozens of people are said to have been arrested. Our Iran correspondent James Rano has been monitoring events form London.

Iran’s oppositions have been watching events in the Arab world with a certain amount of envy. So this afternoon they try to hold their own protest—their third in many weeks. But the establishment is waiting for them. Thousands of anti rival polices were deplored in the streets of Teheran. The polices use batons to move peoples along. Witnesses see police use teargases upon demonstrators near AZadi square at the center of the city. Elsewhere protestors pours dezal into the streets to try to make it harder for police officers on motorbikes to go after them.

The authorities in Tunisia have legalized the Islamic ald movement for the first time since it was created 30 years ago. Ald leaders said they were delighted to looking forward to forming a political party to compete in Tunisia’s planed July elections. From Tunis Owen Benne Jos reports.

Back in 1989 there was a time when ald was banned, candidates sympathetic to the party at least 17% of the national vote. One of the senior party leaders who Ali Laria who served 30 years in solitary conferment because of * activities said the party will now move on from its opposition to the B regime and instead start focusing on working with democracy. Meanwhile the government in Tunisia continues to lose ministers. The prime Minster reigned on Sunday and since then four more have followed suit.

The United Nation’s refuge agency says there has been an increase in attacks by rivals of the lord’s resistance army on communities and north east of the democratic Republic of Congo. The UN HCR has reported 52 rates since January. The attacks left 35 people dead and more than a hundred people had been abducted.

World news from the BBC.

Britain is to end its international aid to 16 countries. The international development secretary A told parliament for it want to concentrate the money where it could do most good. Nations like Soto and Csowo will lose direct funding. But others like B and esopia will receive more aid form the Department for International Development or DFID.

As a result of this review we have decided to focus British aid more tightly on the countries where Britain is well placed to have a significant long term impact on poverty. By 2016 DFID will have closed significant bilateral programs in 16 countries. This will be a faithful process on our commitment and executing responsibly.

The French fashion house Christina Dior says it’s scenting its British chief designer J. He was arrested last week after being accused of shouting anti- abuse in a couple of bar in Paris. Later, a video clip emerged him declaring that he loved Adolf Hitler, Dior’s managing director condemned for designer’s comments saying that they were in complete opposition to the company’s values.

US investigators say they’ve traced guns used in a shooting in Mexico, where two American immigrations agents had came from the Texas City of dalize. Officials say they have arrested three people there on suspicion of smuggling guns to Mexico. One of which was used in the attack on immigration and customer agents Hami Zapata and Victor Avila. Mr. Zapata died and Mr. Avila was injured when gunman opened fire on them in central Mexico two weeks ago.

The international Olympic committee is creating a task force to coordinate the fight against *in sport. The announcement followed a summit held in Swaziland between representative from sports federations, national governments and the bating industry as well as the international police agency in T.

And that’s the BBC news.
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BBC news with David Olson.
The United Nation says the situation in Tunisia and Libya border is now full blow humanitarian crisis. There is a sense of mounting chaos. Thousands continue to pour into Tunisia to escape the growing turmoil in Libya. Jane M. is there.
While there is a sense of total chaos going on here at Libya and Tunisia border. This is no man land. This area here control the access for a narrow passage, here is Tunisian passport control. There are thousands upon thousands people waiting despairingly to cross that border. Some of those who are at the front of the crowd here have been overcome here. They have been crashed. They have been taken over the crowd, but they are arriving a condition of escalating exhaustion and hardly able to breath.
The United Nation general assembly has voted to suspend Libya from the UN Human Rights Council. The resolution passed by consensus by the entire UN membership, accused Libya of committing growth and systematic violation of human rights.
Opposition protesters and Iranian police have clashed in several occasions in Teheran. Dozens of people at site have been arrested. Our Iran correspondent Jane has been monitoring events from London.
Iran’s opposition has been watching events in Arab world with certain amount of envy. So this afternoon, they try to hope their own protest, the 3rd in many weeks. But establishment was waiting for them, thousands of anti-riot police was deployed in the street of Teheran. The police use spontoons to move people along. Witness say police use tear gas to disperse demonstrators near * square at the center of city. Elsewhere, protesters pour diesel on the street onto try to make harder for police officers on motorbike to go after them.
The authority in Tunisia has legalized the Islamists in another movement for the first time since it was created 30 years ago. * leader said they are delighted looking forward forming a political party to compete in Tunisia planed July election. From Tunis, Z. reports.
Back in 1989, there is a time when * is banned. Candidate’s sympathies to the party won at least 17% of the vote. One of the senior party leaders Ali who served 13 years in solitary confinement because the * activists says the party now have to move on from its opposition to Ben Ali regime and in steps are focusing on walking with democracy.
Meanwhile the government in Tunisia continues to loose ministers. The prime minister resigned on Sunday. And sine then 4 more have followed suit.
The United Nation refugee agency says there has bee an increase of attacks by rebels of Lord’s resistant arm on communities in northeast of the democratic republic of Congo. The UN HCR has reported 52 rates in January. The attacks have led 35 people dead and more than a hundred people abducted.
World news from the BBC.
Britain is to end its international aid to 16 countries. The international development secretary A.M. told parliament that he wanted to concentrate the money where it will do most good. Nations like Lesotho and Kosovo will loose direct funding, but others like Ethiopia and Bangladesh will receive more aid from the department for international development or deist.
“As a result of this review, we have decided to focus British aid more tightly on the countries where Britain is well placed to have a significant long term impact on poverty. By 2016, this will have close significant bilateral program in 16 countries. This will be a phase process honoring our existing commitment and exiting responsibly.”
The French fashion house Christian Dior says it sacking its British chief designer J.G.. He was arrest last week after been accused of shouting anti-Semitic abuse to a couple in a bar in Paris. Later, a video clip emerged for him declaring he loved Adolf Hiter. Dior managing director condemn the designer’s comments, saying they were in complete opposition to the company’s value.
US investigator said they traced the gun used in shooting Mexico 2 American immigration agents and detain from a Texas City of Dallas. Official say they arrested 3 people there in on suspicion of smuggle guns to Mexico. One of which was use in the attack of on immigration and customer’s agent S. and V.. Mr. S died and Mr. V. when gunmen open fire on them in central Mexico 2 weeks ago.
International Olympic Committee is creating a task force to coordinate the fight against illegal betting and match-fixing in sport. The announcement followed the summit held in Swaziland between representatives from sports federation, national government and the betting industry as well as the international agency Interpol.
That’s the BBC news.
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BBC news with David Austin.

The United Nations says the situation on the Tunisian-Libyan border is now a full blown humanitarian crisis. There are scenes of mounting chaos as thousands continue to pour into Tunisia to escape the growing turmoil in Libya. Jim Muir is there.

Well, there is a scene of total chaos going on here at the Libyan-Tunisian border. This is no-man’s land. This area here controls access to a narrow passage where the Tunisian cars will control. There are, I guess, thousands upon thousands of people waiting desperately to cross that border. Some of those who are in the front of the crowd here have been overcome by being crushed. And they’ve been taken over the job of their arriving and condition of complete exhaustion and hardly ever degree.

The United Nations General Assembly has voted to suspend Libya from the UN Human Rights Council. The resolution, passed by consensus by the entire UN membership, accused Libya of committing growth and systemetic violations of humanrights.

Opposition protesters and Iranian police have clashed in several locations in Tehran. Dozens of people are said to have been arrested. Our Iran correspondent James Reynolds has been monitoring events from London.

Iran’s opposition has been watching events in the Arab world with a certain amount of envy. So this afternoon, they tried to hold their own protest, their third in these many weeks. But the establishment was waiting for them. Thousands of anti-riot police were deployed in the streets of Tehran. The police used batons to move people along. Witnesses say the police used teargas to disperse demonstrators near Azadi Square in the centre of the city. Elsewhere protesters pour * onto the streets to try to make it harder for police officers on motorbikes to go after them.

The authorities in Tunisia have legalised the Islamist Ennahda movement for the first time since it was created 30 years ago. Ennahda leaders said they are delighted and looking forward to forming a political party to compete in Tunisia’s planned July elections. From Tunis, Owen Bennett Jones reports.

Back in 1989, at a time when Ennahda was banned, candidates sympathic to the party won at least 17 percent of the national vote. One of their senior party leaders, Ali L* who served 13 years in solitary confinement because of his other activities, says the party will now have to move on from its opposition to the Ben Ali regime and instead start focusing on working with another democracy. Meanwhile the government in Tunis continues to lose ministers. The prime minister resigned on Sunday. And since then four more have followed suit.

The United Nations Refugee Agency says there has been an increase in attacks by rebels of the laws-resistant army on communities in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The UN HCR has reports of 52 raids since January. The attacks have left 35 people dead and more than 100 people have been abducted.

World news from the BBC.

Britain is to end its international aids to 16 countries. The International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell told parliament for that he wanted to concentrate the money where it would do most good. Nations like Lesotho and Kosovo will lose direct funding. But others like Ethiopia and Bangladesh will receive more aid from the Department for International Development or DFID.

As a result of this review, we have decided to focus British aid more tightly on the countries where Britain is well-placed to have a significant long term impact on poverty. By 2016, DFID would have closed significant bilateral programmes in 16 countries. It will be a faith process honouring our existing commitments and exiting responsibly.

The French fashion house Christian Dior says it’s sacking its British Chief Designer John Galiano. He was arrested last week after being accused of shouting anti-semitic abuse to the couple in a bar in Paris. Later, a video clip emerged of him declaring that he loved Adolf Hitler. Dior’s Managing Director condemned for Designer’s comments, saying that they were in complete opposition to the company’s values.

US investigators say they’ve traced the gun used in a shooting in Mexico of two American immigration agents and it came from the Texas city Dallas. Officials said they’d arrested three people there on suspicion of smuggling guns to Mexico, one of which was used in the attack on immigration then customs agents Jaime Zapata and Victor Avila. Mr. Zapata died and Mr. Avila was injured when gunmen opened fire on them in central Mexico two weeks ago.

The International Olympic Committee is creating a task force to coordinate the fight against illegal betting and match fixing in sport. The announcement followed a summit held in Switzerland between representatives from sports federations, national governments and the betting industry as well as the international police agency, Interpol.

And that’s the BBC news.
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The United Nations says the situation of _____Libyan boarder is now full bloom of humanitarian crisis There are see of chaos thousands continue pour into ___escape from growing turmoil in Libyan. ____is there
______Libyan border This area controls  thousands upon thousands people waiting ___cross the border.
The United Nations general ___ have voted to suspend the Libyan from the UN human rights council.  The resolution pass by consensus by entire Un membership accused Libyan committing gross and systematic violation of human rights
Opposition of protestors Iranian police have clashed in several locations in ___. Dozens of people are said to be arrested .Iran ___ correspondent has been monitoring events from London.
Iran oppositions have been watching event in ___,So this afternoon they tried to hold their own protest the third in these many weeks .The establishment is waiting for them. Thousands of anti-riot police was deployed in the street __the polices used batons to move people on. Witnesses said the polices used tear gas to disperse demonstrator near the square near the center of city. Elsewhere protesters pour the ____on the streets tried to make harder for the police offers on the motorbike to go after them .
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        BBC News with David Austin.
        The United Nations says the situation on the Tunisian-Libyan border is now a full-blown humanitarian crisis. There’re scenes of mounting chaos as thousands continue to pour into Tunisia to escape the growing turmoil in Libya. Jim Muir is there.
        There’re scenes of total chaos going on here at Libyan-Tunisia border. This is no man’s land. This area here controls access to a narrow passage to Tunisia passport control though there’re thousands upon thousands of people waiting desperately to cross that border. Some are those who are at the front of the crowd here being overcome will be crashed and they’ll be taken over properly and they’re arriving a condition of complete exhaustion and hardly able to breathe.
        The United Nations General Assembly has voted to suspend Libya from the UN Human Rights Council. The resolution passed by consensus by the entire UN membership accused Libya of committing growth and systematic violations of human rights.
        Opposition protestors and Iranian police have clashed in several occasions in Tehran. Dozens of people are said to who have been arrested. Our Iran correspondent James Reynolds has been monitoring events from London.
        Iran’s opposition has been watching events in Arab world with certain amount of envy. So this afternoon they tried to hold their own protestors, that’s a third in many weeks. The establishment was waiting for them. Thousands of anti-riot police were deployed in the streets in Tehran. The police use batons to move people alone. Witnesses say the police use tear gas to disperse demonstrators near Azadi Square in the central of the city. Elsewhere, protestors poured diesel onto the streets to try to make it harder for police officers on motorbikes to go after them.
        The authorities in Tunisia have legalized the Islamic Ennahda Movement for the first time since it was created 30 years ago. Ennahad leader said they’re delighted to looking forward to form in a political party to compete Tunisia’s planned July in elections. From Tunis, Owen Bennett Jones reports.
        Back in 1989, it was a time when Ennahda was banned. Candidates sympathetic to the party when at least 17% of the national vote, one of the senior party leaders Ali Laria who served 13 years in solitary confinement because of his Ennahda activities says the party will now have to move on from its opposition to the Ben Ali regime and instead start focusing on working with democracy. Meanwhile, the government in Tunisia continues to lose ministers. The Prime Minister resigned on Sunday and since then 4 more have followed suit.
        The United Nations Refugee Agency says it has been increased the attacks by rebels of Lord’s Resistance Army on communities in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The UNHCR has reports of 52 raids in general. The attacks have left 35 people died and more than 100 people have been abducted. World News from the BBC.
        Britain is to end its international aid to 16 countries. The international development secretary Andrew Mitchell told the parliament for they wanted to concentrate money where to produce most good. Nations like Lesotho and Kosovo will lose direct funding but others like Ethiopia and Bangladesh will receive more aid from the Department for international development or DFID.
        “As a result of the review, we have decided to focus British aid more tightly on the countries where Britain is well-placed to have a significant long-term impact on poverty. By 2016, DFID will have to close significant but electoral programs in 16 countries. This will be a phase process honoring our existing commitments and exiting responsibly.”
        The French Fashion House Christine Dior’s said it’s sacking its British chief designer John Galliano. He was arrested last week after being accused of shouting anti-Semitic abuse to the couple in a bar in Pairs. Later, a video clip emerged of him declaring that he loved Adolf Hitler. Dior’s managing director condemned for designer’s comments saying they were in complete opposition to the company’s values.
        US investigators said they’ve traced the gun used in shooting in Mexico 2 American immigration agents and came for the Texas city of Dallas. Officials said they arrested 3 people there on suspicion of smuggling guns to Mexico, one of which was used to attack on the Immigration and Customs agent Jaime Zapata and Victor Avila. Mr. Zapata died and Mr. Avila was injured when gunmen opened fire on the central of Mexico 2 weeks ago.
        The international Olympic committee is creating a task force to coordinate to fight against illegal betting in match fixing sport. The announcement followed the summit held in Switzerland between representatives from sports federations, national governments and betting industry as well as the international police agency, Interpol. And that’s the BBC News.
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BBC News with David Austin.

The United Nations says the situation on the Tunisian-Libyan border is now a full blown humanitarian crisis. There are scenes of mounting chaos as thousands continue to pour into Tunisia to escape the growing turmoil in Libya. Jim Munro is there.

Well there are scenes of terrible chaos going on here at the Tunisian border. This is no man’s land. This area here controls entrance to narrow passage to the Tunisian passport control. There are just thousands upon thousands of people waiting to cross that border. Some of those who are at the front of the crowd here are being overcomed. They are being crushed. They are being taken over the plot. But they are arriving in / condition of the clinic exhaustion and hardly able to breath.

The United Nations’ General Assembly has voted to suspend Libya from the UN Human Rights Council. The resolution, passed by consensus by the entire UN membership, accused Libya of committing gross and systematic violations of human rights.
  
Opposition protestors and Iranian police have clashed in several locations in Tehran. Dozens of people are said to have been arrested. Our Iran correspondent James Reynolds has been monitoring events from London.

Iran’s opposition has been watching events in the Arab world with a certain amount of envy. So this afternoon they tried to hold their own protest, the third in these many weeks. But the establishment was waiting for them. Thousands of anti-riot police were deployed in the streets of Tehran. The police used batons to move people along. Witnesses say that the police used tear gas to disperse demonstrators near / Azadi Square in the centre of the city. Elsewhere, protestors poured diesel onto the streets to try to make it harder for police officers on motorbikes to go after them.

The authorities in Tunisia have legalized the Islamist Ennahda movement for the first time since it was created 30 years ago. Ennahda leaders say they are delighted and are looking forward to forming a political party to compete in Tunisia’s planned July election. From Tunis, Owen Bennett Jones reports.

Back in 1989, when Ennahda was banned, candidates sympathetic to the party won at least 17% of the national vote. One of the senior party leaders Ali L, who served 13 years in solitary confinement because of his about direct activities, says the party will now have to move on, from its opposition to the Ben Ali regime, and instead start focusing on working within a democracy. Meanwhile the government in Tunis continues to ministers. The Prime Minister resigned on Sunday and since then four more have followed suit.

The UN refugee agency says there has been an increase in attacks by / rebels of the Lord’s Resistance Army on communities in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The UN HCR has reported a 52 rate since January. The attacks left 35 people dead and more than 100 people have been abducted.

World News from the BBC.

Britain is to end its international aids to 16 countries. The International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell, told parliament that he wanted to concentrate the money where it would do most good. Nations like Lesotho and Kosovo will lose direct funding, but others like Ethiopia and Bangladesh will receive more aid from the Department for International Development, or DEFID.

As a result of this review, we have decided to focus British aid more tightly on the countries where Britain is well placed to have a significant long-term impact on poverty. By 2016, DEFID will have closed significant bilateral programmes with 16 countries. This will be a phased process, honouring our existing commitments and exiting responsibly.

The French fashion house Christian Dior says it’s sacking its British chief designer John Galliano. He was arrested last week after being accused shouting anti-Semitic abuse at a couple in a bar in Paris. Later, a video clip emerged of him declaring that he loved Adolf Hitler. Dior’s managing director condemned the designer’s comments, saying that they were in complete opposition to the company’s values.

US investigators say they've traced the gun used in the shooting in Mexico of two American immigration agents and it came from the Texas city of Dallas. Officials said they'd arrested three people on suspicion of smuggling guns to Mexico. One of which was used in the attack on the Immigration and Customs agents Jaime Zapata and Victor Avila. Mr. Zapata died and Mr. Avila was injured when gunmen opened fire on them in central Mexico two weeks ago.

The International Olympic Committee is creating a task force to coordinate the fight against illegal betting and match-fixing / in sport. The announcement followed a summit held in Switzerland between representatives from sports federations, national governments, and the betting industry as well as the international police agency, Interpol.

And that’s the / BBC News.
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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-02

BBC News with David Austin
The United Nations says the situation on the Tunisia-Libya border is now a full blown humanitarian crisis. There are scenes of mounting chaos as thousands  continue to pour into Tunisia to excape the growing turmoil in Libya. Jim M is there.

Well, there are scenes of total chaos  going on here at theibya-Tunisia border. This is no man's land. This area here controls  actual narrow passage to Tunisia passport control. There are just thousands upon thousands of people waiting desperately to cross that border. Some of those who are at the front of the crowd  here have been overcome and crushed and they've been taken over the from the but they are arriving in a condition of the complete exhaustion and hardly * breathe.

The United Nation's General Assembly has voted to suspend Libya from the U.N. Human Rights Council. The resolution passed by consensus by the entire U.N. membership, accused Libya of committing gross and systematic violations of human rights.

Opposition protesters and Iranian police have clashed in several locations in Turan. Dozens of people are said to have been arrested. Our Iran correspondent J R has been monitoring events from London.

Iran's opposition has been watching events in the Arab world with certain amount of envy. So this afternoon they try to hold their own protest, their third in this many weeks. But the establishment is waiting for them.  Thousands of anti-riot poilice were deployed on the street of Tehran. The police use batons  to move people along. Witnesses say the police use tear gases to disperse demonstrators near  the A Square in the central of the city. Elsewhere, protesters pour diesel onto the street to try to make it harder for police officials on motorbike to go after them.

The authorities in Tunisia have legalized the islamist in Nago movement for first time since it was created 30 years ago. Innado leader said they are delighted and looking forward to forming a political party to compete in Tunisia planned July election. From Tunis, Owen B reports.

Back in 1989 at the time when the Nado was banned, candidate sympathetic the party won at least 17% of the national vote. One of the senior party leaders, A, who served 13 years in solitaty confinement  because of his * activities in  said the party will  now have to move on from its opposition to the Ben Ali regime and instead start focusing on working with democracy. Meanwhile the government in Tunis continues to lose ministers. The Prime Minister resigned on Sunday and since then four more have followed suit.

The United Nation's Refugee Agency says there has been an increase in the attacks by the rebels of the laws resistance army on the Communities in the northeast of  the Democratic Republic of Congo. The U.N. HCR has reported 52 raids since January. The attacks have left  35 people dead and more than a hundred people have been abducted.

World News from the BBC.

Britain is to end its international aid to 16 countries. The International Development Secretary Andrew M told parliament for they want to concentrate the money where it will do most good. Nations like the S and C will lose direct funding, but others like Ethiopia and Bangladesh will receive more aid from the department for international development or DFID.

As a result of this review, we have decided to focus British aid more tightly on countries where Britain is well placed to have a significant long-term impact on poverty. By 2016, DEFIDwill have closed bilateral programs in 16 contries. This will be a phased process  honoring our existing committments and existing responsibly.

The French fashion house Christian Dior says it's  sacking its British chief designer John G. He was arrested las week after being acused of shouting anti- Semitic abuse at a couple in a bar in Paris. Later, a video clip emerged  of him declaring that he loved Adolf Hitler. Dior's managing director condemned the designer's  comments, saying that they were in complete opposition to the company's values.


U.S. investigators say they've traced the gun used in the shooting in the Mexico two  American immigrants agencts and it came from the Texas city Dallas. Official say they have arrested three people there on suspicion of smuggling guns to Mexico, one of which was used in the attack on immigrantion and custom agents H and Victor. Mr. H was died and Mr. Victor was injured when gunman opened fire on them in central Mexico two weeks ago.

The International Olympic Committee is creating a task coordinating the fight  against illegal betting the and match-fixing in sport. The announcement followed the summit held in Swissland between reperesentatives sports dederation, national governments and the betting in dustry as well as the international police agenty, Interpol

And that's the BBC news.

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BBC NEWS with David Austen.



The United Nation says the situation on the Tunisian and Libyan border is now a full blown humanitarian crisis.There are scenes of mounting chaos that thousands continued to pour into Tunisia to escape the growing turmoil in Libya.Jim Mure is there.Well there are scenes of total choas going on here at the Tunisian-Libyan border.This is no-man's land.This area here controls exit for a narrow passage to the Tunisian passport control.There are just thousands upon thousands people waiting desperately to cross the border.Some of those who at the front of the crowd here have been overcome and been crush.They are been taken over probably arriving in a condition of the completely exhaustion and hardly able to breath.



The United Nation's General Assembly has vote to suspend Libya for the UN human right council.The resolution passed by consensus by the entire UN membership,accused Libya of committing grows and systematic violation of human rights.



Opposition protesters and Iranian police have clash in several location in Tehran.Dozens of people are said who have been arrested.Our Iran correspondent James Reynolds has been monitoring events from London.Iran's opposition has been watching events in Arab world with the certain amount of envy.So this afternoon they tried to hold their own protest,the third in this many weeks.But the establishment was waiting for them.Thousands of anti-roit police were deployed in the streets in Tehran.The police used batons to move people on.They said the police used tear gas disperse the demonstrators near Azadi Square and the center of the city.Elsewhere protesters poured diesel on the streets to try to make it harder for police officers on the motorbikes to go after them.



The authorities in Tunisia have legalized the Islamist Ennahda movement for the first time since it was created 30 years ago.Ennahda leaders say that they are delighted to looking forward to forming a political party to compete Tunisia's plan in July elections.From Tunis Owen Bennett Jones report.Back in 1999,that is the time when Ennahda was banned,candidate sympathetic to the party want at least 17 percents of the national vote.One of the senior party leaders,Aley Lario,who served 30 years in solitary confinement because of his Ennahda activitis,says the party will now have to move on,from the opposition to the Benaly regime.And instead start focusing on working with the democracy.Meanwhile the government in Tunisia continued to lose ministers .The prime minister resigned on Sunday and since then four more have followed suit.



The United Nations refugee agency says there has been increased in attack by rebels of the Lord's Resistance army on communities in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo.The UN HCR has reported 52 rate since January.The attack left 35 people dead and more than 100 people have been adopted.World news from the BBC.



Britain is to end its international aid to 60 countries.The international development secretary Andrew Michel told parliament he want to concertrate the money where would do most good.Nations like Thuto and Kosover were lose direct founding.But others like Enthiopia and Bangladesh will received more aid from the department for the international development or defied.As a result of the review, we have decided to focus the British aid more tightly on the countries where the Britain is well placed to have significant long term impacts on poverty.By 2016,defeat would closed significant bilateral programs in 60 countries.It shall be a phased process honoring our existing commitment and existing responsibly.



The Franch fashion house Christiana Dior says it's sacking its British chief designer John Galliano.He was arrested lask week after been accused to shouting anti-Semitic abuse of a couple in a bar in Paris.Later a vedio clip emerge to him declare that he loved Adolf Hitler.Dior's managing director condemn for designer's comments,saying they were in completely opposition to the company's values.



US investigators say they have traced the gun used in the shooting in Mexico of two American immigration agent that came from Texas city of Dallas.Officials said they have arrested three people there on suspicion of smuggling guns to Mexico.One of which was used in attack on Immigration and Customs agents Hymer Zapata and Voctor Avila.Mr Zapata died and Mr Avila was injured when the gunmen open fire on the them in the central Mexico two weeks ago.



International Olympic Committee is creating a task force to coordinate the fight against the illegal betting and match fixing in sports.The announcement follow the summit held in Switzerland between representatives from the sports federations, national government and betting industry as well as the international police agency ,Interpol.



And that's the BBC news.


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The United Nations says the situation on the Tunisian-Libyan border is now a full blown humanitarian crisis. There are scenes of mounting chaos as thousands continue to pour into Tunisia to escape the growig turmoil in Libya. Jim Munro is there.

Well there are scenes of total chaos going on here at the Tunisian-Libyan border. This is no man’s land. This area here controls a narrow passage to the Tunisian passport control. There are just thousands upon thousands of people waiting to desperately cross that border. Some of those who are at the front of the crowd here are being overcome. They are being crushed. They are being taken home to /. But they are arriving in a condition of complete exhaustion and hardly able to breath.

The United Nations’ General Assembly has voted to suspend Libya from the UN Human Rights Council. The resolution, passed by consensus by the entire UN membership, accused Libya of committing gross and systematic violations of human rights.

oppsition protesters and iranian police have clashed several locations into iran,dozens of people are said to have been arrested.our iran correspendent james has been monitoring for london.Iran’s opposition has been watching events in the Arab world with a certain amount of envy. So this afternoon they tried to hold their own protest, the third in these many weeks. But the establishment was waiting for them. Thousands of anti-riot police were deployed in the streets in Tehran. Police used batons to move people on. Witnesses say that the police used tear gas to disperse demonstrators near the Azadi Square in the centre of the city. Elsewhere, people poured diesel onto the streets to try to make it harder for police officers on motorbikes to go after them.

The authorities in Libya have legalized the Islamist Ennahda movement for the first time since it was created 30 years ago. Ennahda leaders say they are pleased and are looking forward to form a political party to compete in Tunisia’s planned July election. From Tunis, Owen Bennett Jones reports.

Back in 1989, when Ennahda was banned, candidates sympathetic to the party won at least 17% of the national vote. One of the senior party leaders Ali L, who served 13 years in solitary confinement because of his Ennahda activities, says the party will now have to move on, from its opposition to the Ben Ali regime, and instead start focusing on working within a democracy. Meanwhile the government in Tunis continues to ministers. The Prime Minister resigned on Sunday and since then four more have followed suit.

The UN refugee agency says there has been an increase of attacks by the rebels of the Lord’s Resistance Army to communities people in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The UN HCR has reported a 52 rate since January. The attacks left 35 people dead and more than 100 people have been abducted.

World News from the BBC.

Britain is to end its international aid to 16 countries. The International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchel, told parliament that he wanted to concentrate the money where it would do most good. Nations like Lesotho and Kosovo will lose direct funding, but others like Ethiopia and Bangladesh will receive more aid from the Department for International Development, or DEFID.

As a result of this review, we have decided to focus British aid more tightly on the countries where Britain is well placed to have a significant long-term impact on poverty. By 2015, DEFID will have closed significant bilateral programmes with 16 countries. This will be a phased process, honouring our existing commitments and exiting responsibly.

The French fashion house Christiana Dior says it’s sacking its British chief designer John Galliano. He was arrested last week after being accused shouting anti-Semitic abuse at a couple in a bar a Paris. Later, a video clip emerged of him declaring that he loved Adolf Hitler. Dior’s managing director said he condemned the designer’s comments, saying that they were in complete opposition to the company’s values.

US investigators say they have traced the gun used in the shooting in Mexico of two American immigration agents and it came from the Texas city of Dallas. Officials said had arrested three people on suspicion of smuggling guns to Mexico. One of them was used in the attack of the Immigration and Customs agents Jaime Zapata and Victor Avila. Mr. Zapata was killed and Mr. Avila was injured when gunmen opened fire on them in central Mexico two weeks ago.  

The International Olympics Committee is creating a task force to coordinate the fight against illegal betting and match-fixing efforts in sport. The announcement followed a summit held in Switzerland between representatives from sports federations, national governments, and the betting industry as well as the international police agency, Interpol.
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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-02

The United Nations has the situation of board is not full blow humanitarian crisis.Their scenes of monkey chaos that thousands continue to pull into     to escape the growing tomiu in Libya. Rather things turned to chaos here as the libya tranisum board. This is the moment when this area here controls access to a narrow passage. there are thousands people waiting just across the boarder. some of those who around the front of the crowed here being overcomed will be crushed.they will be taken over the condition how they are able to brieve.

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