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BBC News with Michael Powles.
A Libyan military spokesman says the arm forces have been ordered to implement an immediate cease fire. It comes on the second day of a military operation launched by international forces to establish a UN mandated no-fly zone over Libya, and prevent further attacks against civilians. The spokesman made the announcement in a broadcast on state radio. We, the popular source of leadership of Libya, recommend to the armed forces, to announce an immediate ceasefire to all its military units, and to invite all cities, towns and tribes to join in and participate in a historical march, peaceful march, to start free from Tripoli, using all means of transport. Destination, Benghazi.
Colonel Qaddafi declared a ceas fire on Friday, but soon afterwards his troops attacked rebel positions in Benghazi and Misarata.
Qatar has decided to send four warplanes to join the International Air Campaign, the first Arab country to do so. The Secretary General of the Arab League, Amr Moussa, who supported military action said western attacks on Libyan forces had gone beyond the objective of implementing the no-fly zone which his organization had called for.
What happened differs from the no-fly zone objectives. What we want is protection of civilians, protection, not shelling more civilians. In the last few hours, several rounds of anti-aircraft gunfire have been heard above Tripoli.
Security Forces in Syria have clashed with thousands of anti-government protestors, in the southern city of Della for the third straight day. Angry protestors are said to have set fire to local offices, the ruling Baath party and accord building. At least one person was killed and several wounded. The demonstrators are calling for the release of political prisoners, from N  Beirut,our Barney Jones reports.
The protestors and the government have very different * of what's happening in Della, but both sides agree that the violence is cotinuing and that the buildings in Car have been settlized. The official news agency in Syria suggests that it is workholic instingators carrying out aabbitage. Other reports from Dehra say the protestors are demanding political change in Syria. And in particular, nearly five decades of emergency rule.
The president of Yemen has dimissed his government as the precious growth for his own resignation following big street protests. The president has faced a strain of resignation from ministers and officials, since the killings of at least fifty two people on a anti-govenment demonstration on Friday. Yemeny state news agency say Mr Salei has asked his cabinet to remain in place in the  capacity.
World News from the BBC.
Officials in Egypt say voters have approved a referendum introducing amendment to the constitution and set it with ground for presidential and parliamentary elections later this year. Millions of people turned out to vote on Saturday. Jonathen reports from Cairo.
According to the official account, a clear majority of nearly 80% of voters approved of the 9th amendment to the Constitution. That opens the way for militay to hand over power to a new civilian government in a matter of months. Parliamentary elections are now expected to take place no later than September, with the presidential election sometime after that. Result will be welcomed by the millions of Egyptions who want life to return to normal as soon as possible. But it will disppoint many of the leaders of the January uprising, who've argued the constitutional changes are not democratic enough, and that the election timetable does not give new parties time to prepare themselves.
Irann has expelled diplomatic from Bahrain in affair earlier today. Tension had risen between the two countries of killing anti-government demonstrators in Bahrain's capital . Iran with its sheer majority had withdrawn its protests of the deaths. It also condemns Bahrain's suli rulers for inviting troops from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states to help control the protestors who are mostly from Bahrain sheer majority. Last week Bahrain recalled its ambassadors in Tehrain in protests what he call Iran's interference affairs.
The number of people confirmed dead in the earthquake and tsunami in norhteast Japan now stands of nearly eight and half thousand, almost thirteen thousand has missing. Police say it's possible some of their names would match bodies that hadn't been identified. More than 350 thousand people are living in basic shelters with little food. Japanese television has showed footages of an elderly woman rescued from her rat home. It is said she'd been trapped in her kitchen with her grandson for nine days.
And that's the BBC News.
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BBC news with Michael Powles
A Libyan military spokesman says the armed forces have been ordered to implement an immediate ceasefire. It comes on a second day of military operation launched by international forces to establish a UN-backed no-fly zone over Libya and prevent further attacks on civilians. His spokesman made the announcement has broadcast on state radio.

We, the appropriate associate leadership of Libya, recommend to the armed forces to announce an immediate ceasefire to all its military units. And to invite all cities, towns and tribes to join in and participate in a historical march, peaceful march. To start, free from Tripoli, using all means of transport, destination, Benghazi.

Colonel Gaddafi declared the ceasefire on Friday, but soon afterwards his troops attacked rebel positions in Benghazi and Misrata. Qartar has decided to send four warplanes to join the international air campaign, the first Arab country to do so. The secretary general of the Arab League,  , who'd supported military action, said western attacks on Libyan forces had gone beyond the objective of implementing a no-fly zone, which his organization had called for.

What happened differs from the no-fly zone objectives, what we want is the protection of civilians. Protection, not shedding more civilians.

In the last few hours, several rounds of anti-aircraft gunfire have been heard about Tripoli.

Security forces in Syria have clashed with thousands of anti-government protestors in the southern city of   for a third streetday. Angry protestors are said to have set fire on local offices-- the ruling  party and core building. At least one people was killed and several wounded. The demonstrators are calling for the release of political prisoners. From neighbouring  ,  Johns reports.

The protestors and the governments have very different accounts on what's happening in  . But both sides agree that the violence is continuing and that buildings and cars have been set alight. The official news agency in Syria suggest that it's the work of what it describes as instigators carrying out sabotage. Other reports from  say that protestors are demanding a political change in Syria and in particular an end to nearly five decades of emergency rule.

The President of Yemen has dismissed his government as the pressure grows for his own resignation following big street protests. The president has faced a string of resignation from ministers and offcials since the killings of at least 52 people at an anti-government demonstration on Friday. The Yemeni state news agency says Mr  has asked his cabinet to remain in place so that they can't take the capacity.

World news from the BBC

Officials in Libya say voters have approved a referendum introducing amendments to the constitution and say it will grant for presidential and parliamentary elections later this year. Millions of people turned out to vote on Saturday. Johnathan Head reports from Cairo.

According to official account, a clear major of nearly 80 percent of voters approved the nine amendments to the constitution. That opens the way for the military to hand over power to a new civilian government in a matter of months. Parliamentary elections are now expected to take place no later than September with the presidential elections some time after that. The result will be welcomed by the millions of Egyptians who want life return to normal as soon as possible. But it will disappoint many of the leaders of the January uprising, who have argued that the constitutional changes are not democratic enough and that the election time table does not give new parties time to prepare themselves.

Iran has expelled a diplomat from Bahrain in reprisal for the gulf state expulsion of the Iranian schedule affair earlier today. Tension has risen between the two countries over anti-government demonstrators in  Bahrain's capital, Manama. Iran, with its Shiie majority, had withdrawn its ambassadors in protest of the deaths. It also condemned Bahrain's Suni rulers for inviting troops from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states to help control the protestors, who are mostly from the Bahrain's Shiie majority. Last week, Bahrain recalled its ambassador in Tehran in protest of what he called Iran's interference into its internal affairs.  

The number of people confirmed dead in the earthquake and tsunami in north-east Japan now stands for nearly 8,500. Almost 13,000 have been missing. Police say it's possible that some of their names will match bodies that haven't yet been identified. More than 350,000 people are living in basic shelters with little food. Japanese  television has shown  footage of a elderly woman rescued from her wrecked home. It said she had been trapped in the kitchen with her grandson for nine days.

And that's the BBC news
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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-21

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BBc News with Michael Pols. a Libyan military spokesman says the armed forces have been ordered to implement an immediate ceasefire. it's come on the second day of military operation launched by international forces to established UN-back of no-fly zone over Libya and prevent futher attacks against civilians.the spokesman made the announcement on broadcast on state radio.
we the popular leadership of Libya recommend to the armed forces to announce an immediate ceasefire to all its military units and to invite all cities, towns, and tribes to join in and participate in a historical march, peaceful march to start from Tripoli using all means of transport destination Benghazi.
Colonel Gadaffi declared to ceasefire on Friday, but soon after words his troops attacked rebel position in Benghazi and M.
Qatar has decided to send 4 warplanes to join in international air campaign, the first Arab country to do so. the secretary general of Arab League.

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A Libian military spokesman says … implement and immediate ceasefire. It comes off a second day of the military operation launched by international forces to UN no fly zone of Libia and prevent further attacks against civilians. The spokesman from media announcement a broadcast or state video. “We, the public and social leadership of Libia, recommend to the arm forces to announce an immediate ceasefire to all the military unites and to invite all cities, towns and … to join in and participate in a historical march, peaceful march, to start free from …, using all means of transport . Destination, Banghazi.” Colonel … declared the ceasefire on Friday but to announce his troops to attack rebel positions in Banhazi and … Qatar has decided to send four war planes to join the international air campaign, the first Arabic country to do so. The secretary General of the Arab League … who supported military action said western attacks on Libian forces have go beyond the objective of implement in no fly zone, which his organization has called for. “What happened differs from the no fly zone objectives. What we want is the protection of the civilians.  Protection, not shelling more civilians.” In the last few hours, several rounds of anti-aircraft gunfire have been heard about … Security forces in Seria have clashed with thousands of anti-government protestors in the southern city of … for a third street day. Angry protestors are said to set fire to local offices of the ruling …Party and a … building. At least one person was killed and several wounded. Demonstrators are calling for the release of political prisoners. From neighboring …, … reports. “The protestors and the government have very different cen what’s happening in …, but both sides agree that the violence is continuing and the buildings in …have been set a light.” The official news agency in … suggests that it is the work what it describes as instigated carrying out subtage. Other reports from … say the protestors is demanding political change in … and in particular …nearly five decades of emergency rule. The president of YEMEN …has dismissed its government that has precious growth phase own resignation following big street protest. The president is to face a street resignation from ministry and officials since his killings of these fifty people at an anti-government demonstration on Friday. …  state news agency says Mr … has asked his cabinet to remain in place and he can’t take a capacity. World news from the BBC. Officials in Egypt say voters have approved of a referendum introducing amendments to the constitution on … ground for presidential and parliamentary elections later this year. Millions of people … there to vote on Saturday. …reports from Carol. According to official count, a clear majority of nearly 80 percent of voters approved of the nine amendments of the constitution. That opens the way for the military to hand its power to a new civilian government in a matter of months. Parliamentary election is now expected to take place no later than September, but presidential election some time after that. The result will be welcomed by the millions of Egyptians who want life to return to normal as soon as possible. But it will disappoint many of the leaders of the January uprising who will argue that the constitutional changes are not democratic enough, and the election time table did not give new parties time to prepare themselves. Iran has expresse a diplomat from Barin in reprisal for the gulf … the Iranian affair earlier today. Tension has risen between the countries … killing a government demonstrators in barrin’s capital ….Iran with its sheer majority has withdraw its ambassordor in protest the death. It also condemn barlin’s sole rulers for inviting troops from sodiarabian and other gulf states to help control protestor what is most from Barin sheer majority. Last week Barin recorded its ambessordor … in protest and wanted to call Iran to interference into its internal finance. The number of the people confirmed dead in the earthquake and tsunami in northeast Japan outstands nearly 8500. Almost 13,000 are still missing. Police say it’s possible some of their names or match bodies that have benign identified. More than 350,000 people are living in basic shelters with little food. Japanese Television has shown … woman rescued from her right home. It’s said she has been trapped in her kitchen with her grandson for nine days. As that’s the BBC news.

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BBC News with Mile Posse.

A Libyan military spokesman says the armed forces have been ordered to implement an immediate ceasefire. It comes on the second day of the military operation launched by international forces to establish an UN-backed no-fly zone over Libya and prevent further attacks against civilians. The spokesman made the announcement in a broadcast on state radio.
We, the popular session leadership of Libya, recommed to the armed forces to announce an immediate ceasefire to all its military units, and to invite all cities, towns and tribes to join in and participate in a historical march, peaceful march, to start from Tripoli using all means of transports, destination Benghazi.

Colonel Gaddafi declared the ceasefire on Friday, but soon afterwards his troops attacked rebel positions in Benghazi and Misrata.

Qatar has decided to send 4 warplanes to join the international air campaign, the first Arab country to do so. The Secretary General of the Arab League Aman Mussa who supported military action, said western attacks on Libyan forces had gone beyond the objective of implementing a no-fly zone which his organization had called for.
What happened differs from the no-fly zone objectives. What we want is protection of civilians. Protection, not shelling more civilians.

In the last few hours several rounds of anti-aircraft gunfire have been heard aboveTripoli.

Security forces in Syria have clashed with thousands of anti-government protesters in the southern city of Dera for the third straight day. Angry protesters are said to have set fire to the local official building of the ruling Barse Party and a court building. At least 1 person was killed and several wounded. The demonstators are calling for the release of political prisoners. From neighboring Beirut Owen Jones reports.
The protesters and the government have very different accounts of what’s happening in Dera. But both sides agree that the violence is continuing, and that buildings and cars have been set alight. The official news agency in Syria suggests that it was the work of what it describes as instigators carring out sabotage. Other reporters from Dera say the protesters are demanding political change in Syria, and in particular an end to nearly 5 decades of emergency rule.

The President of Yemen Sali has dismissed his government as the pressure growth for his own resignation following big street protests. The president has faced a string of resignations from ministers and officials since the killings of at least 52 people at an anti-government demonstration on Friday. The Yemeni state news agency says Mr. Sali has asked his cabinet to remain in place and can’take capacity.

World News from the BBC.

Officials in Egypt say voters have approved a referendum introducing amendments to the constitution, setting it ground for presidential and parliamentary elections late this year. Millions of people turn out to vote on Saturday. Jonathson Hague reports from Cairo.
According to the official account a clear majority of nearly 80% of voters approved the 9 amendments to the constitution, that opens the way for the military to hand over power to a new civilian government in a matter of months. Parliamentary elections are now expected to take place no late than September with the presidential election some time after that. The result would be welcomed by the millions of Egytptians who want life to return to normal as soon as possible, but it will disappoint many of the leaders of the January uprising who argue that the constitution changes are not democratic enough. And the election time table does not give new parties time to prepare themselves.

Iran has expelled a diplomat from Bahrain in reprisal for the Gulf state’s expulsion of the Iranian / earlier today. Tensions have risen between the 2 countries over the killing of anti-government demonstrators in Bahrain’s capital Manama. Iran with its Shiite majority had withdrawn its ambassor in protest of the death. It also condemned Bahrain’s Sunni rulers for inviting troops from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states to help control the protesters who are mostly from Bahrain’s Shiite majority. Last week Bahrain recalled its ambassador to Iran in protest of what it called Iran’s interference in its internal affairs.

The number of people confirmed dead in the earthquake and tsunami in north-eastern Japan now stands at nearly 8,500. Almost 13,000 are missing. Police say it’s possible some of their names and matching bodies haven’t yet been idenfied. More than 315,000 people are living in basic shelters with little food. Japanese television has showed footage of elderly woman rescued from her red home. It said that she’d been trapped in her kitchen with her grandson for 9 days.

And that’s the BBC News.
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BBC News with Michael Powles

A Libya military spokesman said the armed foreces have been ordered to impletement and immediately set fire. It comes on the second the military operation launched right the international forces to establish UN back fly-zoon of Libya and prevent further attacks against Civilians. The space phone mail from the broadcast austic radio.


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The protestors and the government have very different kinds what happening in Derra, but both agree the vilence is continuing and building in cars have been set light. The official news agency in Serra suggests that is work what is described instigate carrying an targes. Other reports from Derra say the protestors demanding political changing series. and in particular, a man to nearly five decares' emergency rull.


The president of Yemen,...., has dismissed government as the pressure grows as its own resignation following big streats protests. President has faced a string of resignation for minutes in officals since the killings of this 52 people and the anti-government demostration on Friday. The Yemen's state news agency says Mr Sally has asked his cabinet remaining in place and can take its capacity.


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BBC News with Michael Powels

A Libyan military says the arm forces have been ordered to implement an immediate ceasefire. It comes on the second day of a military operation launched by international forces to establish a UN-backed no-fly zone over the Libya and prevent further attacks against civilians. The spokesman makes the announcement abroad cast on state video.

“We, the popular social leadership of Libya will command to the arm forces to announce an immediate ceasefire to all its military units and to invite all cities, towns and tribes to join in and participate in a historic march, peaceful march to start from Tripoli, using all means of transport, destination---Benghazi.”

Col Gaddafi declared the ceasefire on Friday, but soon afterwards, his troops attacked rebel positions in Benghazi and Misrata. ** has decided to send four warplanes to join the international air campaign, the first Arab country to do so. The Secretary-General of the Arab League, **, who’d supported military action, said western attacks on Libyan forces had gone beyond the objective and implementive of the no-fly zone, which his organization has called for.

“What happened differs from the no-fly zone objectives. What we want is the protection of civilians. Protection! Not shelling all civilians.”

In the last few hours, several rounds of anti-aircraft gunfire have been heard about Tripoli.

Security forces in Syria have clashed with thousands of anti-government protestors in the southern city of Deraa for the search ***day. Angry protestors in the have said to set fire on the local offices of the ruling ** party and a court building. At least one person was killed and several wounded. The demonstrators were calling for the release of political prisoners. From neighboring Beirut, ** reports.

The protesters and the government have very different ** of what’s happening in Deraa, but both sides agree the violence is continuing and buildings and cars have been set alight. The official news agency in Syria suggested that it was the ** what it described as this instigators carrying out *. Other reports from Deraa say the protesters are demanding political change in Syria, and in particular, an end to nearly 5 decades of emergency rule.

The president of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh has dismissed his government as the pressure grows for his own resignation following big street protests. The president has faced stringing resignations from ministers and officials since the killing of at least 52 people at an anti-government demonstration on Friday. The Yemeni state news agency says Mr. Saleh has asked his cabinet to remain in place that can’t take capacity.

World News from the BBC   

Officials in Egypt say voters have approved the referendum introducing amendments to the constitution and set a ground for presidential and parliamentary elections later this year. Millions of people turned out to vote
on Saturday. Jonathan Head reports from Cairo.

According to the official count, a clear majority of nearly 80% of voters approved the alignments to the constitution. That opens the way for the military to hand over power to a new civilian government in a matter of months. Parliamentary elections are now expected to take place no later than September with the presidential election some time after that. The result will be welcomed by the millions of Egyptians who want life to return to normal as soon as possible, but it will disappoint many of the leaders of the January uprising, who argued the constitutional changes are not democratic enough. And that the election-time table does not give new parties time to prepare themselves.

Iran has expelled the diplomat from Bahrain in reprisal for the Gulf state expansion. The Iranian showed the affair earlier today. Tension has risen between the two countries over the killing of anti-government demonstrators in Bahrain’s capital Manama. Iran with its Shia majority has withdrawn its ambassador in protests of the death. It also condemns Bahrain’s Sunni rulers for inviting troops from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf state to help control protesters who are most from Bahrain’s Shia majority. Last week, Bahrain recalled its ambassador Terran in protests of what he called Iran’s interference in its internal affairs.

The number of people confirmed dead in the earthquake and tsunami in northeastern Japan now stands nearly 8,500. Almost 13,000 are missing. Police say it’s possible some of their names will match bodies that haven’t been identified. More than 350,000 people are living basic shelters with little food. Japanese television has shown footage of an elderly woman rescued from her wrecked home. It’s said she’d been trapped in her kitchen with her grandson for 9 days.

That’s the BBC news
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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-21
A Libyan military spokesman says the arm forces have been in ordered to implement and immediate cease fire. It comes on the second day of the military operation launched by international forces to establish an UN "no-fly zone" over Libya and provent further attacks against civilians. The spoke from made the announcement had broadcast on state radio. "We, the popular social leadership of Libya, recommend to the arm forces to announce an immediate ceasefire to all its military units and to invite all citys, towns and tribes to join in and participate in a historical march, peaceful march to start from Tripoli, using all means of transports. Destination, Benghazi." Colonel Gaddafi declared the ceasfire on Friday, but untill afterwards his troops attacked rebel position in Benghazi and Misurata.

Qatar has decided to send four war planes to join the international air campaign, the first Arab country to do so. who supported military action said western attacks on Libya forces has gone beyond the objective and implementing of its "no-fly zone" which his organization have called for. "What happened differs from the 'no-fly zone' objectives. What we want is the protection of civilians. Protection, not shelling more civilians." In the last few hours, several rounds of anti-aircraft, gunfire have been heard above Tipoli.

Security forces in Syria have clashed with thousands of anti-government protestors in the southern city of Deraa for a third straight day. Angry protestors have set off to set fire to local offices and the ruining bus party and court building. At least one person was killed and several wounded. The demonstrators are calling for the release of political prisoners. From neighboring bay Owen Bennett Jones reports. "The protesters and the government have very different kinds of what happening in Deraa but both sides agreed that the violence is continuing and buildings and cars have been set light. The offical news agency in Syria suggests that its the work of what they described as instigators carrying a sabotage. Other reports from Deraa said the protestors are demanding political change in Syria. And in particular, aim at five decades of emergency rule.“

The President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has dismissed his government as the pressure growth face a resignation following big street protest. The President has faced a string of resignation from millitary officials since the killings of these 52 people had an anti-government demonstration on Friday. The Yemenese state news agency has said Mr Saleh has asked his cabinent to remaining place in a can ticket capacity.

World News from the BBC.

Officials in Eygpt say voters have approved a referendum introducing a to the constitutional said he will ground for presidential and parliamentary elections later this year. Millions of people turned out to vote on Saturday. Jonathan Head reports from Cairo. "According to the official account, a clear majority of nearly eighty percent voters approved to the constitution. That opens the way for the military to hand over power to a new civilian government in a matter of month. Parliamentary elections are now expected to take place no later than September, with the presidential election some time after that. The result will be welcomed by the millions of the Egyptians who want life to return to normal as soon as possible. But it will disappoint many of the leaders of the January uprising, who argues that the constitutional changes are not democratic enough and the election time table does not give new parties time to prepare themselves."

Iran has expelled a diplomat from Bahrain in reprisal for the gulf state the Iranian charge d'affaires earlier today. Tension has recent between the two countries over the killing an anti-government demonstrator in Bahrain capital Manama. Iran with the Shia majority had withdraw its ambassador in protest of the death. It's also condemned by Sunni rulers for inviting troops from Saudi Arabia and other gulf state to control the protestors who are mostly from Bahrain Shia Majority. Last week Bahrain recalled it's ambassador in protest of what he called Iran's interference in its internal affairs.

The number of the people confirmed dead in the earthquake and tsunami in northeast Japan now stands at nearly eight and half thousand. Almost thirteen thousand missing. Police said it's possible some of their names or match bodies that haven't get been identified. More than three hundred and fifteen thousand people are living in basic shelters with little food. Japanese Television has shown a footage of an elderly woman rescued from her ret home. It said she's been trapped in her kitchen with her grandson for nine days.

That's the BBC News.
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BBC news with Michael Powles
A Libyan military spokesman says the armed forces have been ordered to implement an immediate ceasefire. It comes on the second day of the military operation launched by international forces to establish a UN-backed no-fly zone over Libya and prevent further attacks against civilians. The spokesman made the announcement at a broadcast on state radio. “We, the popular social leadership of Libya, recommend to the armed forces to announce an immediate ceasefire to all its military units and to invite all cities, towns and tribes to join in and participate in a historical march, peaceful march to start free from Tripoli, using all means of transport destination Benghazi.” Colonel Gaddafi declared a ceasefire on Friday, but soon afterwards his troops attacked the rebel positions in Benghazi and Misrata. Qatar has decided to send four warplanes to join the international air campaign, the first Arab country to do so. The Secretary General of the Arab League, Amr Moussa who supported the military action, said the western attacks on Libyan forces had gone beyond the objective of the implementing of a no-fly zone which his organization had called for. “What happened differs from the no-fly zone objectives. What we want is the protection of civilians, protection, not shelling more civilians.” In the last few hours, several rounds of anti-aircraft gunfire have been heard above Tripoli.
Security forces in Syria have clashed with thousands of anti-government protestors in the southern city of Deraa for the third straight day. Angry protestors are said to have set fire to local offices of the ruling Baath Party and a court building. At least one person was killed and several wounded. The demonstrators are calling for the release of political prisoners. From neighbouring Beruit, E B reports. The protestors and the government have very different accounts of what's happening in Deraa. But both sides agree that the violence is continuing and that buildings and cars are being set alight. The official news agency in Syria suggests that it's the work of what it describes as instigators carrying out sabotage. Other reports from Deraa say the protestors are demanding a political change in Syria, and in particular, an end to nearly five decades of emergency rule.
The President of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh has dismissed his government as the pressure grows for his own resignation following big street protests. The president has to face a string of resignations from the militant and officials since the killings of at least 52 people at an anti-government demonstration on Friday. The Yemeni state news agency says Mr Saleh has asked his cabinet to remain in place and can’t take capacity. World News from the BBC.
Officials in Egypt say voters have approved the referendum introducing amendments to the constitution and setting the ground for presidential and parliamentary elections later this year. Millions of people turned up to vote on Saturday. Jonathan Head reports from Cairo. According to the official count, a clear majority of nearly 80% voters approved of the nine amendments of the constitution. That opens the way for the military to hand over power to a new civilian government in a matter of months. Parliamentary elections are now expected to take place no later than September, but the presidential election sometime after that. The result will be welcomed by the millions of Egyptians who want life to return to normal as soon as possible. But it will disappoint many of the leaders of the January uprising who argued that the constitutional changes are not democratic enough and that the election timetable does not give new parties time to prepare themselves.
Iran has expelled the diplomat from Bahrain in reprisal for the Gulf States expulsion of the Iranian charged affair earlier today. Tension has risen between the two countries over the killing of anti-government demonstrators in Bahrain’s capital Manama. Iran, with its Shia majority has withdrawn its ambassador in protest of the deaths. It also condemned Bahrain Sunni rulers for inviting troops from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states to help control the protestors who are mostly from Bahrain Shia majority. Last week, Bahrain recalled its ambassador to Tehran in protest of what it called Iran’s interference in its internal affairs.
The number of people confirmed dead in the earthquake and tsunami in northeast Japan now stands at nearly 8,500. Almost 13,000 are missing. Police say it's possible some of their names will match bodies that haven’t yet been identified. More than 350,000 people are living in basic shelters with little food. Japanese television has shown a footage of an elderly woman rescued from her wrecked home. It’s said she had been trapped in her kitchen with her grandson for nine days.
And that's the BBC News.
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BBC News with Machael Poles.
A Libyan military spokesman says the arm forces have been ordered to implement an immediate ceasefire. It comes on the second day of the military operation launched by international forces to establish UN backed no-fly zone over Libya and prevent further attacks against civilians. The spokesman made the announcement broadcast on state radio.

We, the popular social leadership of Libya recommend to the armed forces to announce an immediate cease-fire to all its military units and to invite all cities, towns and tribes to join in and participate in the historical march, peaceful march to start from Tripoli, using all means of transport, destination-Benghazi.
Colonel Gaddafi declared the cease fire on Friday. But soon afterwards his troops attacked rebel positions in Benghazi and Misrata.
Qatar has decided to send four war planes to join the international air campaign, the first Arab country to do so. The Secretary General of the Arab League Amr Moussa who’d supported military action, said western attacks on Libyan forces have gone beyond the objective of implementing the no-fly zone, which his organization has called for.
What happened differs from the no fly-zone objectives, what we want is the protection of civilians, protection, not shelling more civilians.
In the last few hours, several rounds of anti-aircraft gunfire have been heard about Tripoli.
Security forces in Syria have clashed with thousands of anti-government protesters in the southern city of Deraa for a third straight day. Angry protesters have said to have set fire to local offices of the ruling
Baath
party and a court building. At least one person was killed and several wounded. The demonstrators are calling for the release of political prisoners, from neighbouring Beruit
reports.

The protesters and the government have very different kinds of what’s happening in Deraa, but both sides agree that the violence is continuing and that buildings and cars have been set alight. The official news agency in Syria suggests that it is a work what is described as instigators’ carrying out sabotage. Other reports from Deraa say the protesters are demanding political change in Syria, and in particular, an end to nearly five decades of emergency rule.
The president of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh has dismissed his government as the pressure grows for his own resignation following big street protests. The president has faced a string of resignations from ministers and officials since the killings of at least 52 people after an anti-government demonstration on Friday. The Yemeni state news agency says Mr. Saleh has asked his cabinet to remain in place in a care-taker capacity.
World news from the BBC
Officials in Egypt say voters have approved a referendum introducing amendments to the constitution and setting the ground for presidential and parliamentary elections later this year. Millions of people turned out to vote on Saturday. Jonathon Head reports from Cairo.
According to the official count, a clear majority of nearly 80% of voters approved of the nine amendments to the constitution. That opens the way for the military to hand over power to a new civilian government in a matter of month. Parliamentary elections are now expected to take place no later than September, for the presidential election sometime after that. The result will be welcomed by the millions of Egyptians who want life to return to normal as soon as possible. But it will disappoint many of the leaders of January uprising, who have argued that constitutional changes are not democratic enough, and that the election timetable does not give new parties time to prepare themselves.
Iran has expelled a diplomat from Bahrain in the price of the Gulf State expulsion of the Iranian
charged affair earlier today. Tension has risen between the two countries over the killing of anti-government demonstrators in Bahrain‘s capital Mamamo. Iran with its Shiah majority has withdrawn its ambassador in protests of the death. It also condemned Bahrain‘s sunni rulers for inviting troops from the Saudi Arabia and other gulf states to help control the protesters who are mostly from B’s Shiah majority. Last week Bahrain recalled its ambassadors
in Tehran in protest of what it called Iran’s interference in its internal affairs.

The number of people confirmed dead in the earthquake and tsunami in northeast Japan now stands at nearly eight and a half thousand, almost 13,000 are missing. Police say it’s possible some of their names or match bodies had happen not been identified. More than 350,000 people are living in basic shelters with little food. Japanese television has shown footage of an elderly woman rescued from her wecked home, it said she’d been trapped in her kitchen with her grandson for nine days
And that’s the BBC News.
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BBC News with Michael Powles


A Libyan military spokesman says the arm forces have been ordered to implement an immediate ceasefire. It comes on the second day of the military operation launched by international forces to establish UN-back no-fly zone over Libya and prevent further attacks against civilians. The spokesman made the announcement at a broadcast on state radio.


We, the popular social leadership of Libya recommend to the armed forces to announce an immediate ceasefire to all its military units and to invite all cities, towns and tribes to join in and participate in the historical march, peaceful march to start free from Tripoli, using all means of transport destination Benghazi.

Colonel Gaddafi declared ceasefire on Friday. But soon afterwards his troops attacked rebel position in Benghazi and Misrata.

Qatar
has decided to send four warplanes to join the international air campaign, the first Arab country to do so. The Secretary General of the Arab League, Amr Moussa who supported / military action, said the western attacks on Libyan forces have gone beyond the objective of implementing the no-fly zone which his organization had called for.

What happened differs from the no-fly zone objectives. What we want is the protection of civilians, protection, not shelling more civilians.

In the last few hours several rounds of anti-aircraft gunfire have been heard above Tripoli.

Security forces in Syria have clashed with thousands of anti-government protesters in the southern city of Deraa for the third straight day. Angry protesters are said to have set fire to local offices of the ruling Baath Party and a court building. At least one person was killed and several wounded. The demonstrators are calling for the release of political prisoners. From neighbouring Beirut, Owen Bennett Jones reports.

The protesters and the government have very different accounts of what's happening in Deraa. But both sides agreed that the violence is continuing and the buildings and cars are being set alight. The official news agency in Syria suggests that it's the work what he described as instigators carrying out sabotage. Other reports from Deraa say the protesters are demanding a political change in Syria. And in particular, an end to nearly five decades of emergency rule.

The President of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh has dismissed his government as the pressure growth faces an resignation following big street protests. The president has faced a string of resignations from ministers and officials since the killing of at least 52 people at an anti-government demonstration on Friday. The Yemeni state news agency says Mr Saleh has asked his cabinet to remain in place that can’t take / capacity.

World News from the BBC

Officials in Egypt say voters have approved the referendum introducing amendments to the constitution and said it would ground for presidential and parliamentary elections later this year. Millions of people turned out to vote on Saturday. Jonathan Head reports from Cairo.

According to the official count, a clear majority of nearly 80% of voters approved to the nine amendments to the constitution. That opens the way for the military to hand over power to a new civilian government in the matter of a month. Parliamentary elections are now expected to take place no later than September for the presidential election sometime after that. Results will be welcomed by the millions of Egyptians who are like to return to normal as soon as possible. But it will disappoint many of the leaders of the January uprising who argued that the constitutional changes are not democratic enough and the election timetable does not give new parties time to prepare themselves.

Iran has expelled the diplomat from Bahrain in reprisal for the gulf states’ expulsion of the Iranian chargé d'affaires earlier today. Tension has risen between the two countries over the killing of anti-government demonstrators in Bahrain’s capital Manama. Iran, with the Shia majority, had withdrawn its ambassador in protest of the death. It also condemned Bahrain Sunni rulers for inviting troops from Saudi Arabia and other gulf states to help control protesters who are mostly from Bahrain Shia majority. Last week, Bahrain recalled its ambassador to Tehran in protest of what it called Iran interference in its internal affairs.

The number of people confirmed dead in the earthquake and tsunami in northeast Japan now stands at nearly 8,500, almost 13,000 are missing. Police say it's possible some of their names who match bodies that haven’t yet been identified. More than 350,000 people are living in basic shelters with little food. Japanese television has shown a footage of an elderly women rescued from her wrecked home. It said she'd been trapped in her kitchen with her grandson for nine days.


And that's the BBC News.

学一学地名
Tripoli的黎波里(利比亚首都 黎巴嫩港市)
Misrata: is very much a modern town, but represents one of the best examples of modern Libyan city architecture.
Qatar: an Arab country on the peninsula of Qatar; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1971; the economy is dominated by oil
Syria: 叙利亚共和国(西南亚国家)
Deraa/Daraa:is a city in southwestern Syria, near the border with Jordan, with a population of approximately 75,000.
Beirut: capital and largest city of Lebanon; located in western Lebanon on the Mediterranean
chargé d'affaires: 代理大使
Bahrain巴林(一个濒临波斯湾的由低矮多沙的群岛组成国家, 位于卡塔尔和沙特阿拉伯之间。它是第一个挖掘出石油的阿拉伯国家(1932)1861年以后英国为他的保护国, 巴林于1971年独立。
Manama麦纳麦(巴林首都)
Shia/Sunnitwo main branches of orthodox Islam

Tehranthe capital and largest city of Iran; located in northern Iran


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BBC News with Michael Powles
A Libyan military spokesman says the arm forces have been ordered to implement an immediate ceasefire. It comes on the second day of the military operation launched by international forces to establish UN-back no-fly zone over Libya and prevent further attacks against civilians. The spokesman made the announcement at a broadcast on state radio.
We, the popular soughter leadership  of Libya recommend to the arm forces to announce an immdiate ceasefire to all its military units and to invite all cities, towns and tribes to join in and participate in the historic march, peaceful march to start from Tripoli, using all means of transport destination Benghazi.
Colonel Gaddafi declared ceasefire on Friday. But soon afterwards his troops attacked rebel position in Benghazi and Misrata.
Qatar has decided to send four warplanes to join the international air campaign, the first Arab country to do so. The Secretary General of the Arab League,  Amr Moussa who supported the military action, said the western attacks on Libyan forces have gone beyond the objective of implementing the no-fly zone which the organization had called for.
What happened differs from the no fly zone objectives what we want is protection of civilians, protection not shelling all civilians.In the last few hours,several rounds of anti-aircraft gunfire have been heard about Tripoli.

Security forces in Syria have clashed with thousands anti-government protesters in the southern city of Dera for the third straight day.Angry protesters are said to have set fire the local offices in the ruling buff building and accord building.At least 1 person was killed and several wounded. The demonstrators are calling for the release of political prisoners,from neighboring **Jone reports.



The protesters on the government have very different to kinds of what happening in Dera.But both sides to agree the violence is continuing and that buildings and cars have been set light.The official news agency in Syria suggest that it’s a work what described as instigators carrying at sub-stage,other reports from Dera say the protesters demanding political changing in Syria.and in particular,a man to nearly 5 decades of emergency rule.

The president of Yemen Ali Saleh has dismissed its government has the pressure growth for its own resignation following the big streets protest.The president has faced street resignations for ministers and officials since the killing these 52 people have anti-government demonstration on Friday.The Yemeni state news agency says Mr Saleh has ousted his cabinet to remain in place in caretaker capacity.

World news from the BBC.        

Officials in Egypt say voter have proved referendum introducing amendments to the constitution setting the ground presidential and parliamentary elections later this year. Millions of people turned up to vote on Saturday. Jonathan Head reports from Cairo.

According to the official count, a clear majority of nearly 80% of voters approved the 9 amendments of the constitution. That opens the way for the military to handle over power to a new civilian government in a matter of months. Parliamentary elections are now expected to take place no later than September, but the presidential election sometime after that. The result will be welcome by the millions of Egyptians who want life return to normal as soon as possible, but it will disappoint many of the leaders of general uprising who argue the constitutional changes not democratic enough. And the election-time table does not give new parties time to prepare themselves.

Iran has expelled the diplomat from Bahrain in reprisal for the Gulf state expansion. The Iranian showed the affair earlier today. Tension has risen between the countries over the killing of anti-government demonstrators in Bahrain’s capital Manama. Iran with its Shite majority has withdrawn its ambassador in protests of the death. It also condemns Bahrain’s Sunni rulers for inviting troops from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf state to help control protesters who are most from Bahrain’s Shiite majority. Last week, Bahrain recalled its ambassador Terran in protests, in what he called it Iran’s interference in its internal affairs.

The number of people confirm dead in the earthquake and tsunami in northeastern Japan now stands nearly 8,500, almost 13,000 are missing. Police say possibly some of the names were matched bodies that haven’t been identified. More than 350,000 people are living basic shelters with little food. Japanese television has shown a footage of elderly woman rescued from her wrecked home. It’s said she’d been trapped in her kitchen with her grandson for 9 days.

That’s the BBC news
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BBC news with Michael Powles

A Libya military spokesman says the arm forces have been ordered to implement an immediate ceasefire, it comes on the second day of a military operation launched by international forces to establish U.N backed no-fly zone over Libya and prevent further attacks against civilians.  
The spokesman made the announcement at a broadcoast on state radio:

We, the popular social leadership of Libya represent to the armed forces to announce an immediate ceasefire to all is military units and to invite all cities, towns and tribes to join in and participate in the historic march, peaceful march, to start from Tripoli, using all means of transport, destination Bengazi. Cornel Gaddafi declared ceasefire on Friday, but soon afterwards his troops attacked rebel position in Benghazi and Misrata. Qatar has decided to send 4 war planes to join the international air campaign, the first Arab country to do so, the secretary general of Arab League Amr Moussa who supported military action said the western attacks on Libya forces have gone beyond objective of implementing the no-fly zone which the organization had called for.

What happened differs from the no-fly objects, what we want is protection of civilians, protection, not shelling more civilians. In the last few hours, several rounds of anti air craft gunfire have been heard about Tripoli.

Security forces in Syria have clashed with thousands of anti-government protesters in the southern city of Deraa for the third straight day. Angry protesters are said to have set fire to local offices of the ruling Baath Party and a court building. At least one person was killed and several wounded. The demonstrators are calling for the release of political prisoners. From neighbouring Beruit, E B reports.

The protesters and the government are very different accounts of what's happening in Deraa. But both sides agreed that the violence is continuing in and the buildings and cars have been set to light. The official news agency in Syria suggests that it's the work what described as instigators carrying at sabotage. Other reports from Deraa say the protesters are demanding political change in Syria. And in particular, an end to nearly five decades of emergency rule.  

The President of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh has dismissed his government as the pressure growth for his own resignation following big street protests. The president has faced a string of resignations from ministers and officials since the killing of at least 52 people at an anti-government demonstration on Friday. The Yemeni state news agency says Mr Saleh has asked his cabinet to remain in place and can take it capacity.  

World news from BBC.

Officials in Egypt say voters have approved the referendum introducing amendments to the constitution and setting the ground for presidential and parliamentary elections later this year. Millions of people turned out to vote on Saturday. Jonathan Head reports from Cairo:

According to the official count, a clear majority of nearly 80% of voters approved to the nine amendments to the constitution. That opens the way for the military to handle over power to a new civilian government in the matter of months. Parliamentary elections are now expected to take place no later than September with the presidential election sometime after that. The result will be welcomed by the millions of Egyptians who want life to return to normal as soon as possible. But it will disappoint many of the leaders of the January uprising who have argued that the constitutional changes are not democratic enough and the election timetable does not give new parties time to prepare themselves.

Iran has expelled the diplomat from Bahrain in reprisal of the Gulf states expulsion of the Iranian charged affair earlier today.  Tension has risen between the countries over the killing of anti-government demonstrators in Bahrain's capital Manama. Iran, with Shia majority, had withdrawn its ambassador in protest the death. It also condemned Bahrain Sunni rulers for inviting troops from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states to help control protesters who are mostly from Bahrain Shia majority. Last week, Bahrain recalled its ambassador to Tehran in protest of what it called Iran interference in its internal affairs.

The number of people confirmed dead in earthquake and tsunami in northeast Japan now stands at nearly 8,500, almost 13,000 are missing. Police say it's possible some of their names will match bodies that haven’t been unidentified. More than 350,000 people are living in basic shelters with little food. Japanese television has shown a footage of an elderly women rescued from her wrecked home. It's said she had been trapped in her kitchen with her grandson for 9 days.  

And that's the BBC news
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BBC news with Mike Pauls.
a libyan military spokesman says armed forces have been ordered to implement an immediate ceasefire.it comes on the second day of military operation launched by national forces to establishing UN backed no fly zone over Libya and prevent further attacks against civiliants.the spokesman made the anouncement at a broadcast on state radio.
we the popular social leadership of Libya,recommend to the armed forces to anounce an immediate ceasefire to all its military units,and to invite all cities,towns and tribes to join in and participant in the historical march,peaceful march,to start free from Tripoli,using all means of transports,destination B.
colonel C declared the cease followed Friday,but soon afterwards his troops attack rebel positions in B and M.
C has decided to send four warplanes to join the international air campaign,the first arab country to do so.the secretary general of Arab league M who supported military action said western attacks on libyan forces have gone beyond the objective of enforcement of no fly zone,which the organization had called for.
what happend differs no fly zone objectives,what we want is pretection of civiliants,pretection not shelling more civiliants.
in the last few hours,several rounds of anti-aircraft gunfire have been heard about Tripoli.
security forces in Syria have clashed with thousands of anti-government protestors in the southern city of D for the third straight day.angry protestors are said to set fire to local offices the ruling the B party and a court building.at least one person was killed and several wounded.the demonstrators calling for the release of political prisoners,from neighboring B,A reports.
the protestors and the government have very different accounts what's happening in D,but both sides agreed the violences is continuing and buildings and cars of being set light.the official news agency in Syria suggested that is the work, what he describes as instigators carring at sabotage.other reports from D say the protestors demanding political changes in Syria,and in particular,a man to nearly five decades of emergency rule.
the president of Yemen A has dismissed government as the pressure growth facing resignation following extreme protests.the president faces a string of resignation from military and official since killing to the 52 people at antigovernment demonstrations on Friday.the Yemeni state news agency says Mr.S has asked his cabinet to remain in place and can take it capacity.
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BBC News with Michael Powles

A Libyan military spokesman says the armed forces have been ordered to implement an immediate ceasefire. It comes on the second day of a military operation launched by international forces to establish a UN-backed no-fly zone over Libya and prevent further attacks against civilians. The spokesman made the announcement in a broadcast on state radio.


We, the popular social leadership of Libya, recommend to the armed forces to announce an immediate ceasefire to all its military units, and to invite all cities, towns and tribes to join in and participate in a historical march, peaceful march, to start from Tripoli, using all means of transport, destination – Benghazi.

Colonel Gaddafi declared a ceasefire on Friday. But soon afterwards his troops attacked rebel positions in Benghazi and Misrata.

Qatar has decided to send four warplanes to join the international air campaign, the first Arab country to do so. The Secretary General of the Arab League, Amr Moussa, who’d supported military action, said Western attacks on Libyan forces had gone beyond the objective of implementing the no-fly zone, which his organization have called for.

What happened differed from the no-fly zone objectives. What we want is the protection of civilians – protection, not shelling more civilians.

In the last few hours, several rounds of anti-aircraft gunfire have been heard above Tripoli.

Security forces in Syria have clashed with thousands of anti-government protesters in the southern city of Deraa for a third straight day. Angry protesters are said to have set fire to local offices of the ruling Baath Party and a court building. At least one person was killed and several wounded. The demonstrators are calling for the release of political prisoners. From neighbouring Beirut, Owen Bennett Jones reports.

The protesters and the government have very different accounts of what’s happening in Deraa, but both sides agree that violence is continuing and that buildings and cars have been set alight. The official news agency in Syria suggests that it’s the work of what it describes as ‘instigators’ carrying out sabotage. Other reports from Deraa say the protesters are demanding political change in Syria, and in particular, an end to nearly five decades of emergency rule.

The President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has dismissed his government as the pressure grows for his own resignation following big street protests. The President has faced a string of resignations from ministers and officials since the killings of at least 52 people at an anti-government demonstration on Friday. The Yemeni state news agency says Mr Saleh has asked his cabinet to remain in place in a care-taker capacity.

World News from the BBC

Officials in Egypt say voters have approved a referendum, introducing amendments to the constitution and setting the ground for presidential and parliamentary elections later this year. Millions of people turned out to vote on Saturday. Jonathon Head reports from Cairo.

According to the official count, a clear majority of nearly 80% of voters approved of the nine amendments to the constitution. That opens the way for the military to hand over power to a new civilian government in a matter of months. Parliamentary elections are now expected to take place no later than September, with the presidential election some time after that. The result will be welcomed by the millions of Egyptians who want life to return to normal as soon as possible. But it will disappoint many of the leaders of the January uprising, who've argued that the constitutional changes are not democratic enough and that the election timetable does not give new parties time to prepare themselves.

Iran has expelled a diplomat from Bahrain in reprisal for the Gulf state’s expulsion of the Iranian chargé d'affaires earlier today. Tension has risen between the two countries over the killing of anti-government demonstrators in Bahrain’s capital Manama. Iran with its Shiia majority had withdrawn its ambassador in protest of the deaths. It’s also condemned Bahrain’s Sunni rulers for inviting troops from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states to help control the protesters who are mostly from Bahrain’s Shiia majority. Last week, Bahrain recalled its ambassador in Tehran in protest of what it called Iran’s interference in its internal affairs.

The number of people confirmed dead in the earthquake and tsunami in northeast Japan now stands at nearly 8,500. Almost 13,000 are missing. Police say it’s possible some of their names will match bodies that haven’t yet been identified. More than 350,000 people are living in basic shelters with little food. Japanese television has shown footage of an elderly woman rescued from her wrecked home. It's said she’d been trapped in her kitchen with her grandson for nine days.

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