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1:The US says it has expressed the alarm about the crisis of the Fokosoma new-clear complex in Japan ,which was severely damaged folowing the huge earthquake last week. The head of theUS Regulator Commission says he thought the cooling point  of the plant no.4 was completely drawing leaveing its fewer exposed.The US Energy-Secretry said the situation appear to be more serious than the pancel melt-down in three main lands in Pesovinine in 1979.And Brokes reports from  Washington .The United States militery secretry says none  of its personnel in Japan has shown any sigh of  rediation pionsioning ,but those repecalltion measures.US worships and pesonnel will be kept away from the damaged newclear plant and some aircrew will taking xx,a drug which can help prevent the effects of the exposoer to harmful rediation.The Japanes authority are still struggling to bring down the temparatures in  4 reactors at the tricken newclear plant.x reports from Tokoyo.The only certanty of about the situation in Fokosoma newclear plant  is that it is  out of control ,the measures has been used by the Tokoyo Electric Company and the Japanese goverment bringing back undercontrol apparently creasingly desparate and improvised.The latest picture from the site shows 3 reactors building sheltered by serious exposions over the last week,a hundread and fifteen mouth to the south of Tokoyo,rediation fears are growing fast.At Tokoyo station this afternoon,hundreads of people rushed to boat bully trains having signs to Osaka and beyond.

2:The International Committee of the Redcross says it has to withdrawl from x,amid fears and attact tone by Libya goverment forces now ,,.In the statement issued by  the ICRC in Genewa,the orgnazition says it remains extremely concern of the civilains and the sick camp of the wounded and called all sides to protect them .Emgie Fox reported from Genewa.The International Committee of the Redcross has offered the first hunmantarine orgnazition into a complex zone and asked to leave,it had teams in x and other areas of eastern Libya,but it never ,just x requestes,recieves security ensurence from the Libyan goverment ,to aloud to work anywhere controled by the Gaddafie's forces.Now it makes signs of attact on imminate ,the ICRC has decided it has no choice but to withdrawl.

3:President Nicolas Sarkozy of Frence has called on the United Nations Security Concile twdose a draft resolution ,anthorizing a no  flyzone over  Libay.A close session discussing the situation in Libay is on the way .Conclie members have been devided over the issues,but B ,F and L wanted to provent  Gadddafie's arial attacts against the opposition forces. x said they had been prepared to participated  in forcing the no flyzone.
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4:Securuty forces in Baharain used tankes,waterguns and helecopters to disperse the damonstrators in the capital x.The minitery learder imposed a curfew in severel areas of the cities,the American Sectetry of State Hiltory Clinton critisized the crackdown on  the anti-goverment demonstrations.
I think the situation in Bharain is alarming, we had made clearly at the higest levels of the goverments there that we think they are on the wrong track,that they need to resuame a  immediately a political dialogue with deploy use of forces against the demonstators and we deploy the use of force by demonstrators we want a peaceful resolution.

5:The Eroupean Police in Eroupe says the internatinal  operations have broken one of the largest networks of pedifles.The network coorporated websides with leagal front ,but the users could exercise illeagal part when materails depicting charging abuse was avialible.Dianel Shawn reports.Members in the networks scrabbed to a websites around the NItherland which claiming to be a forum where people could discusse their sexual intersts in boys .x may contact members ,email each other and share illeagal images of films in children .A 4-year international operation lead by the UK job protction center xxx has identify 670 suspected defants and more than a third are in Britain .So far 121 British suspects have been arrested ,they include police offices ,teachers and leader.

6:Mexcio has confirmed that it has been allowing the US aircraft to fly over its terretry to gathering intelligence on  the drug traffickers.And the Mexcian goverment says the flights will make its requests that it is will closely supervised by the Mexcian air forces and regances.It is the latest sigh of growing US invovement in Mexcio's campaign against violent drug scans.

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BBC news with Ganold Howos
The United States has expressed alarm about the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan, which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week. The head of the US nuclear regulatory commission said he thought the cooling pond of the plant’s No.4 reactor was completely dry leaving its fuel-rods exposed. The US energy secretary said the situation appeared to be more serious than the partial meltdown at Threemi in Pensovania in 1979. Adam Brooks reports from Washington.
The United States military says none of his personnel in Japan has shown any sign of radiation poisoning. But these were precautionally measures. US warships and personnel will be in kept away from the damaged nuclear power plant, and some air crews will take in perteseum iodine, a drug which can help prevent the affects of exposure to harmful radiation.
The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down temperatures in 4 reactors at the stricken nuclear plant. Rupotwin Hase reports from Tokyo.
The only certainty about the situation at the Fukushima nuclear plant it’s out of control. The measures being used by the Tokyo electric company and the Japanese government to bring it back under control appear increasingly desperate and improvised. The latest pictures from the sight show 3 of the reactor building shattered by serious explosion over the last 5 days. 150 miles to the south in Tokyo, radiation fierce are growing fast. At Tokyo station this afternoon, hundreds of people rushed to board bullet trains heading south to Osaka and Byond.
The International Committee of the Red Cross says it’s hard to withdraw from Bengasi, admit fierce and attack on the town by Libyan government forces has now emanate. In the statement issued by ICRC in Gerniver, the organization said it remain extremely concerned about the fate of civilians of the sicken of the wounded and called on all sights to protect them. Imagin Fox reports from Gerniva.
The International Committee of the Red Cross is often the first humanitarian organization into a conflict zone and the last to leave. It had teams in Bengasi and other areas of eastern Libya, but it never despite repeated requests receive security assurances from the Libyan government to allow it to work anywhere controlled by the Colonel Gaddafi’s forces. Now amid signs and attack on Bengasi’s eminent, the ICRC has decided it has no choice by withdraw.
President Nicolas Skozi of France has called on the United Nation security council to endorse a draft resolution authorizing a no-fly zone over Libya. A close session discussing the situation in Libya is underway. Council members are divided over the issue, but Britain, France and Lebanon want to prevent Colonel Gaddafi ‘s air-attacks against the opposition forces. Several Arab states have said the day to be prepared to participating enforcing the no-fly zone.
World news from the BBC
Security forces in Bahrain have used tanks, water cannon and helicopters to disperse demonstrators in the capital of Maname. The military leader imposed a curfield in several areas of the city. The American secretary of state, Hilary Clinton, criticized the cracked-out on anti-government’s demonstrations.
I think the situation in Bahrain is alarming. We have made it very clear at the highest levels of the government there that we think they’re on a wrong track that they need to resume immediately a political dialogue. We deplore the use of force against the demonstrators and we deplore the use of force by demonstrators. We want a peaceful resolution.
The European police agency, Euro Pro, says an international operation has broken one of the largest ever networks of Peter Files. The network operated a website with a legal front. But the users call that as an illegal part when material depicting child abuse was available. Danny Shor reports.
Members of the network subscribed to a website run from the Netherlands which claim to be a forum where people can discuss their sexual interest in boys. Having made contact, members email each other to share illegal images and films with children. A 4-year international operation led by the UK job protection center seal has identified 670 suspected offenders of whom more than a third are in Britain. So far, 121 of the British suspects have been arrested. They include police offices, teachers and the sculpt leader.
Mexico has confirmed that it’s been allowing United States drown aircraft to fly over its territory to gather intelligence on drug traffickers. The Mexican government said the flights were made at its request and were closely supervised by the Mexican air force and other agencies. It’s the latest sign of growing US involvement in Mexico’s campaign against violent drug gangs.
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The U.S has expressed its alarm about the crisis at the F? nuclear complex in Japan, which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week. The head of the U.S. nuclear regulatory commission said he thought the cooling pond of the plant No. 4 reactor was dry, near its fuel expose. U.S energy secretary said the situation appeared to be more serious under ... in Pennsylvania in 1979. and the Brooks reported from Washington. The U.S. ministry none of its personel in Japan has shown any sign of radiation, the these were precaution imagings. U.S warship in personnel will be kept away from the damage of nuclear power plant, and some aircrew has taking... the drug which can help prevent the effect of exposure to harmful radiation. Japanese authority are still struggling to bring down the temperature in four reactors at the stricken nuclear plants.  R. H. reported from Tokyo.
  The only certainty about the situation of the Fo.. nuclear plant, is that it's out of control. The measure being used the Tokyo electry company and the Japanese gov to bring it back under control appearing increasingly desperate and inprovide, the latest pictures from the south shows three of the reactor building shattered by serious explosion over the last five days. one hundred and fifty miles to the south in Tokyo, radiation fears are growing fast. At Tokyo station this afternoon, hundreds of people rushed to bullet... and beyond.
  The international commitee of Red Cross said it had to withdraw from Bangarzy amidst fears that the attack of the town by the Libyan gov forces is now imminent. The statement issued by ICRC in Geneva said it remained extremely concerned about the fate of civilians of the .. wounded and called all sides to protect them. Fox reported from Geneva.
  "International commitee of Red Cross is often the first humanitarian organization into a conflicted zone and the last to leave. Teams in Bangarzy and other areas in East Libra but it never despise repeated request received security insureances from the Libryan gov to allow it to work anywhere, by colonel Gadaffi's forces. Now, amidst the attach of Bangarzy is imminent, the ICRC has decided it had no choice but to withdraw. President N.S. of France has called on the U.N. security council to indorse a draft resolution authorizing a no-fly zone over Libra. Those sessions discussing the situatin of Libra is under way, council members are divided over these issues, but the Britains from some Lebanon want to prevent colonel Gadaffi's air attack against the opposition forces, S? said they prepared to participate in forcing the no-fly zone. World News from the BBC.
   security forces in Bahrain have used tons of ? helicopters to disperse demonstraters in capital Manama. The minitary leader imposed curfew in several areas of the city, the Amerian seceretary Hilary Colliton criticized the crack down of the anti-government demonstrations.
  "I think the situation in Bahrain is alarming, we have made a very clear the highest level of the government there that we think they are ne the wrong track. They need to resume immediately a political dialogue, we deplore the use of force against demonstrator, and we deplore the use of force by demonstrator, we want a peaceful resolution".
  The European policy agancy U? said the international operation has broken one of the largest network ?? operative webside with the legal front the user ? illegal part with material depicting charges bo be used available. Dany Shore reports.
  Members of the network subscribed to a webside run for a ? which claims to be afford where people could discuss their sexual intersting boys, that made contact members email each other share illegal images of films to children. 4 year international operation led by the U.K.job protection sent to seal is identifing 670 suspectd offenders, of whom more than a third are in Britain. So far, a hundred and twenty-one of the British suspect to be arrestd, included police officers, teachers and the scout leader.
  Mexico has confirmed that it's being allowing U.S.' aircraft to fly over its territory to gathering telegent.. drug traffics. the Mexicon gov fly to close superwide by the Mexicon airforce and other agancies. It's the lasted sign of growing U.S. involvement in Mexicon companion against violence of drug gangs. BBC News.
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BBC NEWS WITH Gaenor Howellls.

The united states has announced alarm about the crisis of Fukushima nuclear complex in japan, which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week. The head of US nuclear regulatory mission said, he thought the cooling pound of plants No. 4 reactor was completely dry, leaving its fuel rods exposed. The us energy secretary said the situation appeared to be more serious than the partial meltdown on Three mile island in Pensyvenia in 1979. Brooks’ report from Washington.



The united states military says none of its personnel in japan has showed any sign of radiation poisoning, but these were precautionary measures. US warships and personnel will be kept away from the damaged power plant. And some air crews will take potassium iodide, a drug which can help prevent the effects of exposure to harmful radiation.

Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down temperatures in four reactors at the stricken nuclear plant. Ruf Hales’report from Tokyo.

The only certainty about the situation of Fukushima nuclear plant is thats out of control. The measures being used by the Tokyo electric company and Japanese government bring it under control, appearing increasingly desperate and improvised. The latest pictures from the site show few of the buildings shattered by serious explosions of the last five days. 150 miles to the south in Tokyo, radiation fears are growing fast. At Tokyo station this afternoon, hundreds people rushed aboard bullet trains, heading south to Osaka and beyond.

The international committee of the red cross says it had to withdraw from banghazi amid fears and attacks on the town by Libyan government forces. In a statement issued by ICRC in Geneva, the organization said it remained extremely concerned about the fate of civilians, of the sick and the wounded and called all sides to protect them. Emingy fox reports from Geneva.

The international committee of the red cross is often the first humanitarian organization into the conflict zone and the last leave. It had teams in Benghazi and other areas of east Libya. But it never despite repeated requests, received security insurance from the Libyan government to allow it to work anywhere controlled by Colonel Gaddafis forces. Now amid sights and attack in Benghazi imminent, the ICRC decided no choice but to withdraw.

President Nicholas Sarkozy of France called the united nations security council to endorse a draft resolution authorizing a no-fly zone in Libya. A close session discussing the situation in Libya is under way. Council members are divided over the issue, but Britain, France and Lebanon want to prevent Colonel Gaddafis air attack against the opposition forces. Several Arab states have said they would be prepared to participating enforcing the no-fly zone.

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BBC News with Gaenor Howells.

The United States has expressed an alarm about the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan, which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week. The head of the US nuclear regulatory commission said he thought the cool point of the plants NO.4 reactor was completely dried, leaving its fuel rods exposed. The US Energy Secretary said the situation appeared to be more serious than the partial meltdown at three-mile island in Pennsylvania in 1979. Adam Brooks reports from Washington.

The United States military says none of its personnel in Japan has shown any sign of radiation poisoning, but this will precaution remeasures. US warships and personnel were being kept away from the damaged nuclear power plant. And some air crews were taking //, a drug which can help prevent the affects of exposure to harmful radiation.

The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down temperatures in four reactors at the stricken nuclear plant. Rupert Wingfield-Hayes reports from Tokyo.

The only certainty about the situation of the Fukshima nuclear plant is that it is out of control. The measures being used by the Tokyo electric company and the Japanese government to bring it back under control appear increasingly desperate and improvised. The latest pictures from the site shows, three of the reactor buildings shuttered by serious explosions over the last five days. 150 miles to the south in Tokyo, radiation fears are growing fast. At Tokyo station this afternoon, hundreds of people rushed to board bullet trains heading south to Osaka and beyond.

The international committee of the Red Cross says it has to withdrawn from Benghazi amid fears an attack on the town by Libyan government forces is now imminent. In a statement issued by the ICRC in Geneva, the organization said it remained extremely concern about the fate of civilians of the second of the wounded and called on all sides to protect them.  Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva.

The international committee the Red Cross is often the first humanitarian organization into a conflict zone and the last to leave. It had teams in Benghazi and the other areas of eastern Libya, but it never despite repeated requests receive security insurance from the Libyan government to allow it to work anywhere controlled by Colonel Gaddafi's forces. Now, amid signs of an attack on Benghazi is imminent, the ICRC has decided that it has no choice but to withdraw.

President Nicolas Sarkozy of France has called on the United Nations Security Council to indorse a draft resolution, authorizing a no-fly zone over Libya. A close session discussing the situation in Libya is underway. Council members are divided over the issue, but Britain, France and Lebanon want to prevent Colonel Gaddafi's air attacks against the opposition forces. Several Arab states have said they have been prepared to participate in enforcing the no-fly zone.

Security forces in Bahrain have used tanks, water cannon and helicopters to disperse demonstrator in the capital Manama. The military leader imposed a curfew in several areas of the city. The American State Secretary Hillary Clinton criticized the crack down on anti-government demonstrations.

I think the situation in Bahrain is alarming. We have made it very clear at the highest levels of the government there that we think they are on the wrong track that they need to resume immediately a political dialogue we'd deplored the use of force against the demonstrators and we'd deplored the use of force by demonstrators. We want a peaceful resolution.

The European Police Agency, EUROPOL, says an international operation has broken one of the largest ever network of paedophiles. The network operated the website with a legal front, but its users could access an illegal part where material depicting child abuse is available. Danny Shaw reports.

Members of the network subscribe to a website run from Netherlands which claimed to be a forum where people could discuss their sexual interest in boys. Having made contact, members email each other to share illegal images and films of children. A four-year international operation led by the UK Child Protection Center Ceop has identified 670 suspected offenders, of whom more than a third are in Britain. So far, 121 of the British suspects have been arrested. They include police officers, teachers and a // leader.

Mexico has confirmed that it's been allowing United States drone aircraft to fly over its territory to gather intelligence on drug traffickers. The Mexican government said the flight would make at its request and were closely supervised by the Mexican air force and other agencies. It's the latest sign of growing US involvement in Mexico's campaigns against violent drugs gangs.

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BBC News with Gina
The United States says express to about the crisis at Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan.Which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week.The head of the US nuclear regulatory commission said he told the cooling pump of plants number four reactor was completely dry, leaving its fuel robs exploded.The US energy secretary said the situation appear to more serious,and the partial meltdown that Three Mile Island in Pennsylvania in 1979.Adam Brooks reports from Washington.

The US military says that none of its personal in Japan has show any sign of radiation poisoning,but this precaution measures,US warships in person now were kept away from the damaged nuclear power plant.and some area clues were taking **, a drug which can help prevent the effect from explosion to harmful radiation.

The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down temperature in 4 reactors at the srtriken nuclear plants.Ruper is report from Tokyo.

The only certainty about the situation of Fukushima nuclear plant is out of control.The measures be used by Tokyo electric company and Japanese government bring back under control appearing increasingly desperate and improved the latest pictures from the sight shows free of the reactor building shattered by serious explosions over the last five days.The hundred 50 miles to the south in Tokyo,radiation fears are growing fast.At Tokyo station this afternoon,hundreds of people rushed to board bullet trains,heading sail to Osaka and beyond

The international community of Red Across says it has to withdraw from Benghazi amid fears attack on the town by Libya government forces is now imminent.In a statement he shot by ICRC in **.The organization said it remained extremely concerned about the feed of civilian of the sick and of the wounded and call on all sites to protect them.**Fakwes reports from J*

The international community of Red Across is often the first humanitarian organization into a conflict own and last leave.It had teams in Benghazi and other areas of eastern Libya.but it never despite repeated requests,receive security insurance from the Libya government to allow it to work

anywhere control by Colonel Gadaffi’s forces.Now amid signs an attack on Benghazi’s imminent,the ICRC has decided it has no choice but withdrew.


President Nicolas Sarkozy of France has called on United Nations security council ** a draft resolution,also rising a no-fly zone over Libya,A close session discussing the situation in Libya is on the way.Council members divided over the issue,but Britain,France and L* want to prevent Colonel Gaddafi’s air attacks against the opposition forces,Several Arab states have said the date be prepared participating in forcing the no-fly zone.
World News from the BBC.

Security forces in Bahrain have used tanks,water cannon and helicopters to disperse demonstrators in the capital Manama.The military leader imposed curfew in several areas of city.The American Secretary of States Hilary Clinton criticize the crackdown on anti-government demonstrations.

I think the situation in Bahrain is alarming.We have made a very clear at highest levels of the government there,that we think they are on the wrong track,that they need to resume a immediately a political dialogue.We deplore the use of force against demonstrators and we deplore the use of force by demonstrators.We want a peaceful resolution.

The European police agency Europol says an international operation has broken one of the largest ever network of pit fires.The network operated website with legal front.but users could access the illegal part where material depicting chat abuse was available.Dony reports.

Members of network have subscribed to a website run from a ** which claiming to a forum when people could discuss their sexual interesting boys,having main contact members Email each other to share illegal images and films of children.a 4-year international operation that by the UK child protection center ** is identify 670 suspected offenders,of who more than a third are in Britain.So far 121 of British suspect have been arrested,they include police officer,teacher and scout leader.

Mexico has confirmed that it’s been allowed United States drove aircraft to fly over its territory to gathering intelligence on drugs traffickers.The Mexico government said the flights were made at its request and closely supervised by the Mexico air force and other regions.It’s the latest sign of growing US involvement in Mexico’s campaign against violence drugs gangs.
BBC News.


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BBC news with Gaenor HowellsThe United States says its expressed -about the crisis in Fukushima  nuclear complex in Japan which was severely damaged followed huge earthquake last week. The head of us nuclear regulation commission says he thought the cooling pond of the plants at the NO.4 's reactor was completely dry, leaving fuel rods exposed. The us secretary said the situation of here of be more serious than  partial meltdown at three mile island in Pennsylvania in 1979.  Adam brooks reports from Washington.
The us military says none of its person in japan has show any sign of radiation poisoning. But these were precautionary measures.us warships and personal were being kept away from the nuclear power damaged plant.And some air crews are taking - iodide,a drug which can help prevent the effects of exposure
to harmful radiation.
The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down the temperatures in four reactors at -nuclear power plant.- reports from Tokyo.
The only certainty about the situation of Fukushima nuclear power plant is it out of control.The measures being used by the Tokyo electric company and Japanese government  bring it back under control appear increasingly desperate and improvised.The lastest picture from the site shows three reactors of the building shattered by a series of explosions  over the last five days.150 miles to the  south of Tokyo,radiation are growing fast.At Tokyo station this afternoon ,hundreds  of people rushed to bullet trains,heading south to osaka and beyond.
The international committee of red cross said it's has to withdraw from bengaze and fears the attack of the town by the Libyan government forces is now -.In the statement it  issued by the ICRC  in Geneva.The organisation said it remian extremely concern about the -sick and wounded and called all sides to protect them.--reports from Geneva.
The ICRC is often the first humanitarian  organisation into a conflict zone and last to leave .It has a team in Bengaze and other areas of the east Libyan,but it never despite repeated requests,receive security - from the Libyan government .- to work anywhere  controled by colonel Gedafe's forces.Now - signs of  under attack of bengaze's imminent .The ICRC has decided with it has no choice but withdraw.
President nicolas-  on the Un security cuncil - a draft resolution authorizing a no-flying zone over Libyan .A close session  discussing the situation in Libyan is  underway.council members are divided over the issue,but Britain and Lebanon  want to prevent colonel Gedafe's - against  the opposite forces.several Arab states -----participate in enforcing the no-fly zone  
World news from the BBC
                                                   
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The United States has expressed alarm about the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan, which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week. The head of the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission said he thought the cooling pond of the plant's No. 4 reactor was completely dry, leaving its fuel rods exposed. The US Energy Secretary said the situation appealed to be more serious than the partial meltdown at Three Mile Island in Pennsylvania in 1979. Adam Brooks reports from Washington.
The United States military says that none of its personnel in Japan has shown any sign of radiation poisoning, but these were precaution measures. US warships and personnel will be kept away from the damaged nuclear power plant and some aircrews were taking potassium iodide, a drug which can help prevent the effects of exposure to harmful radiation.

The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down temperatures in four reactors at the striken nuclear plant. Rooper Twinfield Haze reports from Tokyo.
The only certainty about the situation at the Fukushima nuclear plant is that it's out of control. The measures being used by the Tokyo Electric Company and the Japanese government to bring it back under control appear increasingly desperate and improvised. The latest pictures from the site showed three of the reactor buildings shattered by series of explosions over the last five days. A hundred and fifty miles to the south in Tokyo, radiation fears are growing fast. At Tokyo station this afternoon, hundreds of people rushed to board bullet trains heading south to Osaka and beyond.

The International Committee of the Red Cross says it's had to withdraw from Benghazi, amid fears on attack on the town by Libyan government forces is now imminent. In a statement issued by ICRC in Geneva, the organization said it remained extremely concerned about the fate of civilians of the sick and the wounded and called on all sides to protect them. * reports from Geneva.
The International Committee of the Red Cross is often the first humanitarian organization into a conflict zone and the last to leave. It had teams in Benghazi and other areas of eastern Libya, but it never, despite repeated requests, received security assurances from the Libyan government to allow it to work anywhere controlled by Colonel Gaddafi's forces. Now amid signs an attack on Benghazi is imminent, the ICRC has decided it had no choice but withdraw.


President Nicolas Sarkozy of France has called on the United Nations Security Council to endorse a draft resolution authorizing a no-fly zone over Libya. A closed session discussing the situation in Libya is underway. Council members are divided over the issue, but Britain, France and Lebanon, want to prevent Colonel Gaddafi's air attacks against the opposition forces. Several Arab states have said that they would be prepared to participate in forcing the no-fly zone.

World News from the BBC.
Security forces in Bahrain have used tanks, water cannon and helicopters to disperse demonstrators in the capital of Manama. The military leader imposed a curfew in several areas of the city. The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton criticized the crackdown on anti-government demonstrations.
"I think the situation in Bahrain is alarming. We have made it very clear at the highest levels of the government there that we think they are on the wrong track that they need to resume immediately a political dialogue. We deplore the use of force against the demonstrators and we deplore the use of force by demonstrators. We want a peaceful resolution."

The European police agency Europol says an international operation has broken one of the largest ever networks of paedophiles. The network operated website was a legal front, but users could access an illegal part where material depicting child-abuse was available. Danny Shaw reports.
Members of the network subscribe to a website run from the Netherlands, which claimed to be a forum where people could discuss their sexual interest in boys. Having made contact, members email each other to share illegal images and films of children. A four-year international operation led by the UK Child Protection Center Ceop, has identified 670 suspected offenders, of whom more than a third are in Britain. So far, 121 of the British suspects have been arrested. They include police officers, teachers, and a scout leader.

Mexico has confirmed that it's been allowing United States * aircraft to fly over its territory to gather intelligence on drugs traffickers. The Mexican government said the flights were made at its request and were closely supervised by the Mexican air force and other agencies. It's the latest sign of growing US involvement in Mexico's campaign against violent drugs gangs.

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BBC News with Gaenor Howells
The united states has expressed alarm about the crisis at Fukuheami nuclear complex in Japan which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week .the head of US nuclear regulatory commission said he thought the cooling pond of plant' number four reactor was completely dry leaving its fuel rod exploded . the US energy secretary said the situation appeared to be more serious than the partial meltdown at three mill island in Pennsylvania in 1979.  Adam Brooks reports from Washington .
The united states ministry says that nine of its personnels in Japan has shown any sign of radioaction poisoning. but these were precautionary measures .US warships and personnels were being kept away from the damaged nuclear power plant and some air crews were  taking xx , the drug which can prevent the effects of exposure to harmful radioaction .
the Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down the temperatures of four reactors at the stricken nuclear plant . RH reports from Tokyo .
the only certainty about the situation about Fukaximia nuclear plant is that it's out of control , the measures being used by Tokyo electricity company and Japanese government to bring it back under control appeared increasely desperate and improvised . the latest pictures from the site show three of the reactor building are shattered by a series of explosions over the last five days. a hundred and fifty miles to the south in the Tokyo . radiation fears are growing fast , at Tokyo station this afternoon. Hundreds of people rushed to board bullet train heading south to Osaka and beyond.
The international committee of red cross says it's had to withdrawn from Benghazi amid fears an attack on the town by Libyan government forces that is now imminent. in a statements issued by ICRC in Geneva , The organization said it remained extremely concerned about the fate of civilian of the sicked and of the wounded and called on outside to protect them , xx reports from Geneva.
the International Committee of the red cross is often the first humanitarian organization into th conflicting zone and the last to leave. it had teams in Benghazi and other areas in east Libya . but it never , despite repeated requests ,  received security assurances from the Libyan government to allow it to work anywhere controlled by colonel Gaddafi's forces , now amid sign of an attacks on Benghazi is imminent , the ICRC has decided it has no choice but to withdraw.
President Nicolas Sarkozy of France has called on the United nations security council to endorse a draft resolution , authorizing a no-fly zone in Libya. a close session discussding the situation in Libya is under way. council remembers are divided over this issue. but Britain , France, Lebanon want to prevent Colonel Gadddafi air attacks against the opposition forces. several Arab states have said that they'd be prepared to participate in enforcing the no-fly zone.
World news from BBC
Security forces in Bahrain have used tanks ,water cannon , helicopters to disperse demonstrators in the capital Manama. the military leader imposed a curfew in several areas of the city. the American secretary of State Hillary Cinton criticized the crackdown on anti-government demonstrations .
I think the situation in Bahrain is alarming . I have made it very clear at the highest levels on the government there that we think they are on the wrong track. that they need to resume immediately the political dialogue , we deplore the use force against demonstrators and we deplore use of force by demonstrators , we want a peaceful resolution.
The European polices agency , Europol. says an international operation has broken one of the largest ever networks of paedophile  ,the network operated a website with a legal front, but users could access a illegal part where materials depicting child abuse were available . Danny Shaw reports.
members of the network subscribed to a website run from the Netherlands, which claimed to be a forum where people could discuss their sexual interest in boys . having made contact, members emailed each other to share illegal images and films of children. a four -year international operation led by the UK child protection centre xx has identified 670 suspected offenders , of whom more than a third are in Britain. so far 121 of the British suspects have been arrested. they include police officers , teachers and a scout leader.

Mexico has confirmed it has allowed US drone aircrafts flight over its territory to gather intelligence on drug traffickers.
the Mexican government said the flights were made at its request and were closely supervised by Mexican air force and other agencies.  it is the latest sign of growing US involvement in Mexico's campaign against violent  drug gangs .
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The United States says it express the larm about the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan, which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week. The head of the U.S. nuclear regulatory commission said that people's cooling pound of the plants NO.4 reactor was completely dry leaving its fewer / exposed. The U.S. energy secetary said the situation appeared to be more serious than the partial meltdown that three mile isaland in Con in 1989./ reports from Wanshington.
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The United States has expressed an alarm about the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last Friday. The head of the US nuclear regulatory commission said he thought the cooling pond of the plant's NO.4 reactor was completely dry,leaving its fuel rods exposed. The US energey secretary said the situation appeared to be more serious than the partial meltdown at Three-Miles Island in Pennsylvania in 1979.

The US military says none of its personnel in Japan has showed any sign of radiation poisoning. But these were precautionary measures. US warships and personnel will being kept away from the damaged nuclear power plant and some air crews will take in xx, a drug which can help prevent the effects of exposure to harmful radiation.

The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down temperatures in four reactors at the stricken nuclear plant.

The only certainty about the situation at the Fukushima nuclear plant is it's out of control. The measures being used by the Tokyo electric company and the Japanese government to bring it back under control appear increasingly desperate and improvised. The latest pictures from the site show three of the reactor buildings sheltered by serious explosions over the last five days. 150km to the south Tokyo, raidiation fears are growing fast. At Tokyo station this afternoon, hundreds of people rushed bullet trains, heading south to Osaka and beyond.

The international committee of the redcross says it's had to withdraw from Benghazi amid fears that an attack on the town by Libyan government forces is now imminent. In a statement by the ICRC in Geneva, the organization said it remained extremely concerned about the fate of civilians of the sick and the wounded and called all sides to protect them.

The international committee of the redcross is often the first humanaitarian organization into a conflict zone and the last to leave. It had teams in Benghazi and other areas of eastern Libya. But it never des repeated requests, receives security assurances from the Libyan government to allow it to work anywhere controlled by Colonel Gaddafi's forces. Now amid signs of attacks on Banghazi is imminent, the ICRC has decided it has no choice but to withdraw.

President Nicolas Sakozy of France has called on the UN security council endorse a a draft resolution authorizing a no-fly zone over Libya. A close session discussing the situation in Libya is underway. Council memebers are divided over the issue, but Britain, France and Lebanon want to prevent Colonel Gaddafi's air attacks against the opposition forces. Several Arab states have said they'd be prepared to participate in enforcing the no-fly zone.

World news from the bbc

Security forces in Bahrain have used tanks, water cannon and helicopters to disperse demonstrators in the Capital Manama. The military leader imposed a curfew in several areas of the city. The American secretary of state Hillary Clinton criticized the crackdown on anti-gvoernment demonstrations.

I think the situation in Bahrain is alarming. We have made very clear at the highest levels of the government there that we think they are on the wrong track, that they need to resume immediately a political dialogue. We deploy the use of force against demonstrators and we deloy the use of force by demonstrators, we want a peaceful resolution.

The European police agency-Europol says an international operation has broken one of the largest ever networks of x files. The network operated a website with a legal front but users could access an illegal part when material depicting child abuse was available.

Memebers of the networks subscribed to a website run from the Netherlands which claimed to be a forum where people could dicuss their sexual interesting boys. Having made contacts members emailed each other to share illegal images and films of children. A four-year international operation led by the UK child protection center xx has identified 670 suspected offenders of who more than 1/3 are in Britain. So far 121 of the British suspects have been arrested. They include police officers, teachers and x leader.

Mexica has confirmed that it's been allowing the United States drone aircraft to fly over its territory to gather intelligence on durg traffickers. The Mexican government said the flights were made at its request and were closely supervised by the Mexican airforce under other agencies. It's the latest sign of growing US involvement in Mexica's campaign against violent drugs gangs.

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HW: The United States has expressed alarm about the crisis at Fukishima nuclear complex in Japan which was severely damaged following a huge earthquake last week. The head of US nuclear regulatory commission said he thought the cooling pound of plant's No.4 reactor was completely dry, leading its fuel rods exposed. The US energy secretary said the situation appeared to be more serious than partial meltdown at three mile island in Pennsylvania in 1979. Adam Brooks reports from Washington.
     The United States military says none of its personnel in Japan has shown any sign of radiation poisoning but this will be precaution in measures, US warships and personnel will be kept away from damaged nuclear power plant and some air crews were taking potassium iodine, a drug which can help prevent the effects of exposure to harmful radiation.
   The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down temperatures in four reactors at the striken nuclear plant.
   The only certainity about the situation at Fukishima nuclear plant is in out of control, the measures have been used by Tokyo electrial company and Japanese government to bring back under control appear increasingly desperate and improvised. The latest picture from the site shows three of the reactor building shattered by serious explosions over the last five days. 150 miles to the south of Tokyo, radiation fears are growing fast. At Tokyo station this afternoon,hundreds of people rushed to board bullet trains, heading south to Osaka and beyond.
  The international committee of the Red-Cross says it had to withdraw from Benghazi amid fears and attacking on the town by Lybian government forces was now imminent. In the statement issued by ICRC , the organization said it remained extremely concern about the fate of civilians of the sick and the wounded and called all sides to protect them .
   The International Committee of the Red-Cross says it is the first humanitarian  organization into a conficted zone and last to leave. It had teams in Benghazi and other areas in eastern Lybia. But it never, despite repeated requests, received security insurances from Lybian government to allow it to work anywhere controlled by colonel Gaddafi's forces. Now amid sides and attack on Benghazi is imminent , the ICRC has decided it has no choice but withdraw.
    President Nicholas Sarkozy of France says he called on United Nation's security council to endorse a draft resolution authorizing a no-fly zone over Lybia. A close session discussing the situation in Lybia is under way. Council members are divided over the issue, but Britain, France and Liberian want to prevent colonel Gaddafi's air attacks against the opposition forces. Several Arab states have said they would be prepared to participate in forcing the no-fly zone.
    World News from BBC.
   Security forces in Bahrain have used tanks ,water cannon and helicopters to dispease demonstrators in the capital Manama. the military leader imposed curfew in several areas of the city. The American secretary of state Hillary Clinton criticized the crackdown on anti-government demonstrations.
    I think the situation in Bahrain is alarming,oh, we have made very clear at highest levels of the government there that we think they are on the wrong track that they need to resume immediately a political dialogue. we deplore the use of force against the demonstrators and we deplore the use of force by demonstrators , we want a peaceful resolution.
  The European police agency  Europol says an international operation has broken one of the largest ever networks of peaedophiles, a network operated a website with league front but users could access illegal part where material depicting charges  be used were available.
Members of the network subscribed to the website run from Netherlands which claimed to be a forum where people could discuss the sexual interest in boys ,having made contact members email each other to share illegal images and films of children. A 4-year international operation led by the Uk Child Protection center CEOP has identified 670 suspected offenders, of whom more than a third are in Britain. So far , 121 British suspects have been arrested, including police offices, teachers and scout leader.
  Mexico has confirmed that it has been allowing the United States drone aircraft fly over the territory to gather intelligence on drug traffikers. The Mexican governmetns said the flights were made at its request and were closely supervised by the Mexican airforce and other agencies. It's the latest sign of growing US involvement in Mexico's campaign against violent drug's  gangs.

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The United States says it expressed alarm about the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week. The head of the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission said he thought the cooling pound of the plants Number 4 reactor was completed drying leaving its fuel rods exposed. The US energy secretary said the situation appeared to be more serious on the partial meltdown on Three Mile island in Pennsylvania in 1979. Adam Brooks reports from Washington.
The United States ministry says that non of its personnel in Japan has shown any sign of radiation poisoning. But these vapor caution remeasures. US warships' personnel have been kept away from the damaged nuclear power plant and some air crews were taking Potassium iodine, a drug which can help prevent the effects of explosion to harmful radiation.

The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down the temperatures in four reactors at the stricken nuclear plant.  Rupert Wingfield-Hayes reports from Tokyo.
The only certainty about the situation of Fukushima nuclear plant is out of control. The measures have been used by the Tokyo electric company and Japanese government to be in a back end control appearing increasingly desperated and improvised. The latest pictures from the site show three of the reactor building shattered by series of explosions over the last five days. The 150 miles to the south in Tokyo, radiation fears are growing fast. At Tokyo station this afternoon, hundreds of people rushed to be aboard trains having south to Osaka and beyond.

The international committee of the Red Cross says it had to withdraw from Benghazi and made fears and attack on the town by Libyan government forces as is known eminent. In a statement issued by ICRC in Geneva, the organization said it dramatic extremely concerned about the fate of the civilians of the sickened of the wounded and called on all sides to protect them. Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva.
The international committee of the red cross says it's the first humanitarian organization into a conflict zone and the last leave. It had teams in Benghazi and other areas of eastern Libya. But it never despite repeated requests received security insurances from the Libyan government to allow it to work anywhere controlled by colonel Gaddafi's forces. Now amid signs and attack on Benghazi is eminent, the ICRC has decided it had no choice but to withdraw.

President Nicolas Sarkozy of France has called on the United Nations security council to endorse a draft of solution authorizing a no-fly zone over Libya. A close session discussing the situation in Libya is underway. Council members are divided over the issue but Britain, France and Lebanon want prevent colonel Gaddafi's error attacks against the opposition forces. Several Arab states have said they'd been prepared to participating and forcing the no-fly zone.
World News from the BBC.

Security forces in Bahrain have used tanks, water cannon and helicopters to disperse demonstrators in the capital Manama. The military leader imposed a curfew in several areas of the city. The American secretary of state Hillary Cliton criticized the crackdown on the anti-government demonstrations.
I think the situation in Bahrain is alarming. We have made a very clear at the highest levels of the government there. That we think there are on the wrong track. That they need to resume immediately a political dialogue. We deplored the use of force against the demonstrators and we deplored the use of forces by demonstrators. We want a peaceful resolution.

The European police agency, Europol, says an international operation has broken one of the largest ever networks of paedophiles.The network operated a website with a legal front but users could access an illegal part while material depicting chart abuse was available. Danny Shaw reports.
Members of the network's subscriber to a website run from the Netherlands which claimed to be a forum where people could discuss their sexual interesting boys. Having made contact members email each other to share illegal images and films of children. A four-year international operation led by the UK child protection center, has identified 670 suspected defendants of who more than 1/3 are in Britain. So far, 121 of the Britain's suspects have been arrested. They include police officers, teachers and skill leader.

Mexico has confirmed that it has been allowing the United States' drone aircraft to fly over its territory to gather intelligence on drug traffickers. The Mexico governments said the flights were made its requests and closely supervised by the Mexico air force and other region seas. It's the latest sign over growing US involvement in Mexico's campaign against the violent drugs gangs.
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The United States says it expressed alarm about the crisis of the Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week. The head of the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission said he thought the cooling pound of the plants number 4 reactor was completely dry leading its fuel-rods exposed. The US energy secretary said the situation appeared to be more serious than the partial meltdown at Three Mile Island in  Pennsylvania in 1979. Adam Brooks reports from Washington.
The United State’s military says none of its personal in Japan has shown in any sign of radiation poisoning. But this will be precaution in measures. US warships and personal were being kept away from the damage nuclear power plant and some air crews were taking / iodine, a drug which can help prevent the affects of the exposure to harmful radiation.
The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down temperatures in four reactors at the stricken nuclear plant, Rupert Wingfield-Hayes
reports from Tokyo.
The only certainty about the situation of Fukushima nuclear plant is the out of control. The measure has been used by the Tokyo electric company and the Japanese government to bring back under control appearing increasingly desperate and improvised. The latest pictures from the site show three of the reactor building shattered by series of explosions over the last five days. 150 miles to the south in Tokyo, radiation fears are growing fast. At Tokyo station this afternoon, hundreds of people rushed to "bullet trains" heading shelf to Osaka and beyond.
The international committee of the Red Cross says it has to withdraw from Benghazi amid fears of under attack on the town by Libya government forces is now imminent. In a statement issued by the ICIC in Geneva the organization said it has made extreme concerned about the fate of civilians of the sick and the wounded and called on all sides to protect them. Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva.
The international committee of the Red Cross is often the first humanitarian organization into a conflict zone and the last to leave. It had teams in Benghazi and other areas of east Libya.  But it never despite repeated requests received security assurances from the Libyan government turned out its work anywhere controlled by Colonel Gaddafi forces. Now amid signs in the attack on Benghazi is imminent. The ICIC has decided it has no choice but withdraw.
President Nicolas Sarkozy of France has called on the United Nation Security Council to endorse a draft resolution authorizing a no-fly zone over Libyan. A close session discussing the situation in Libya is under way. Council members have divided over the issue but Britain, France and Lebanon want to prevent Colonel Gaddafi's aerial attacks against the opposition forces. Several Arab states had said date be prepared to participating enforcing the no-fly zone.
World News from the BBC
Security forces in Bahrain have used tanks, water cannon and helicopters to disperse demonstrators in the capital Manama. The military leader imposed a curfew in several areas of the city. The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton criticised the crackdown on the anti-government's demonstrations.
I think the situation in Bahrain is alarming. We have made a very clear of the highest levels of the government there that we think they are on the wrong track. That they need to resume immediately a political dialogue. We deplore the use of force against the demonstrators and we deplore the use of force by demonstrators. We want a peaceful resolution.
The European Police Agency, Europol said an international operation has broken on the largest-ever network of pedophiles. The nets were cooperated of website with a legal front which users could access an illegal part where material depicting child-abused was available. Danny Shaw reports.
Members of the network subscribed to a website run from the Netherlands claimed to be a forum where people could discuss their sex interest in boys. Having made contact member's email each other in share illegal and limited in films of children. Four-year Internet operation led by the UK child protection centre, Ceop, has identified 670 suspected offenders,  of whom more than a third are in Britain. So far 121 of the British suspects have been arrested. They include police officers, teachers and the / leader.  
Mexico has confirmed that it has been allowing United State drone aircrafts to fly over its territory to gather intelligences and drug traffickers. The Mexican government says the flights were made in its request and were closely supervised by the Mexican air force and other agencies. It's the latest sign of growing US involvement in Mexico's campaign against the violent drugs gangs.
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BBC news with Gaenor HowellsThe United States says it expressed alarm about the crisis of the Fukushima nuclear complex in Japan which was severely damaged following the huge earthquake last week. The head of the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission said he thought the cooling pound of the plants number 4 reactor was completely dry leading its fuel-rods exposed. The US energy secretary said the situation appeared to be more serious than the partial meltdown at Three Mile Island in  Pennsylvania in 1979. Adam Brooks reports from Washington.The United State’s military says none of its personal in Japan has shown in any sign of radiation poisoning. But this will be precaution in measures. US warships and personal were being kept away from the damage nuclear power plant and some air crews were taking / iodine, a drug which can help prevent the affects of the exposure to harmful radiation.The Japanese authorities are still struggling to bring down temperatures in four reactors at the stricken nuclear plant, Rupert Wingfield-Hayesreports from Tokyo.The only certainty about the situation of Fukushima nuclear plant is the out of control. The measure has been used by the Tokyo electric company and the Japanese government to bring back under control appearing increasingly desperate and improvised. The latest pictures from the site show three of the reactor building shattered by series of explosions over the last five days. 150 miles to the south in Tokyo, radiation fears are growing fast. At Tokyo station this afternoon, hundreds of people rushed to "bullet trains" heading shelf to Osaka and beyond.The international committee of the Red Cross says it has to withdraw from Benghazi amid fears of under attack on the town by Libya government forces is now imminent. In a statement issued by the ICRC in Geneva the organization said it has made extreme concerned about the fate of civilians of the sick and the wounded and called on all sides to protect them. Imogen Foulkes reports from Geneva.The international committee of the Red Cross is often the first humanitarian organization into a conflict zone and the last to leave. It had teams in Benghazi and other areas of east Libya.  But it never despite repeated requests received security assurances from the Libyan government to allow it work in anywhere controlled by Colonel Gaddafi forces. Now amid signs in the attack on Benghazi is imminent. The ICRC has decided it has no choice but withdraw.President Nicolas Sarkozy of France has called on the United Nation Security Council to endorse a draft resolution authorizing a no-fly zone over Libyan. A close session discussing the situation in Libya is under way. Council members have divided over the issue but Britain, France and Lebanon want to prevent Colonel Gaddafi's aerial attacks against the opposition forces. Several Arab states had said they'd be prepared in participating enforcing the no-fly zone.World News from the BBCSecurity forces in Bahrain have used tanks, water cannon and helicopters to disperse demonstrators in the capital Manama. The military leader imposed a curfew in several areas of the city. The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton criticised the crackdown on the anti-government's demonstrations.I think the situation in Bahrain is alarming. We have made a very clear of the highest levels of the government there that we think they are on the wrong track. That they need to resume immediately a political dialogue. We deplore the use of force against the demonstrators and we deplore the use of force by demonstrators. We want a peaceful resolution.The European Police Agency, Europol said an international operation has broken on the largest-ever network of pedophiles. The nets were cooperated of website with a legal front which users could access an illegal part where material depicting child-abused was available. Danny Shaw reports.Members of the network subscribed to a website run from the Netherlands which claimed to be a forum where people could discuss their sex interest in boys. Having made contact, members email each other to share illegal and limited in films and pictures of children. Four-year Internet operation led by the UK child protection centre, Ceop, has identified 670 suspected offenders,  and a few more than a third are in Britain. So far 121 of the British suspects have been arrested. They include police officers, teachers and the scout leader.  Mexico has confirmed that it has been allowing United State drone aircrafts to fly over its territory to gather intelligences on drug traffickers. The Mexican government says the flights were made in its request and were closely supervised by the Mexican air force and other agencies. It's the latest sign of growing US involvement in Mexico's campaign against the violent drugs gangs.BBC News.
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