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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald

Fighting has continued to rage in Libya despite some 70 sorties from international aircraft trying to enforce a UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddafi’s forces. At least nine people were reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of Misrata, the only big rebel stronghold in western Libya. There were also clashes near Ajdabiya, in eastern Libya, as Ian Pannell reports.

We drove towards Ajdabiya. The road is littered with the charred and smoking remains of Colonel Gaddafi’s military. There were reports that his forces had been repelled by the rebels, but just listen to this. It’s the whistle of a tank round fired past our car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed. Despite the announcement of a ceasefire, government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and trying to hold on to the territory they’ve taken. Even so, the people of Bengahzi have been celebrating today, believing that the balance of power has now swung in their favour.

President Obama said it’s part of American foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office.

I also have stated that it is US policy that Gaddafi needs to go. And we got a wide range of tools in addition to our military efforts to support that policy.

But he stressed that the current Western military operations in Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr Obama spoke, loud explosions were reported near Colonel Gaddafi’s compound in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the latest air strikes against Libya. Prices rose nearly 1.5% on fears of prolonged fighting in Libya and supply disruptions elsewhere in the Middle East. Libyan oil exports have been halted by the uprising.

The President of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh has insisted that the majority of Yemenis still support him. The president’s authority has been shaken by high-level resignations in recent days. Andrew Bolton of our Middle East desk reports.

The list of senior figures voicing support for the opposition in Yemen continues to grow. Among the latest, a prominent general, a number of other officers and a senior tribal leader. But President Saleh remains defiant. A source close to him told the BBC the president would not stand down and would call elections later in the year. The National Defence Council, which the president chairs, said the army would not hesitate, as it put it, to carry out its duty in the face of any coup plot.

Syrian troops have been deployed in the southern city of Deraa as thousands of demonstrators march for a fourth successive day calling for greater freedom and an end to corruption. At least six people have died in clashes with security forces, including an 11-year-old boy.

World News from the BBC

Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast’s 'Young Patriots' movement have answered a call to join the army to fight for Laurent Gbagbo, who’s refused to leave the presidency since last November’s election. In the city of Abidjan, the pro-Gbagbo youths chanted threats to supporters of Mr Gbagbo’s rival Alassane Ouattara, who’s internationally recognized as having won the election. In the northern city of Bouake, a BBC correspondent says thousands of people who’ve fled violence in Abidjan are arriving every day, many describing their terror at the almost constant gunfire.  

Abnormally high levels of radioactive substances are being detected in seawater near the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan, which was damaged by an earthquake and tsunami 10 days ago. Radioactive iodine levels are over 100 times higher than government-set standards, while radioactive caesium levels are 25 times the official limit. Earlier, the head of the United Nations nuclear agency said the situation was still very serious at the plant. Yukiya Amano was speaking at an emergency meeting at the IAEA. Kerry Skyring reports.

The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safety standards, beginning with earthquake and tsunami prone areas. He says the existing system was designed in the wake of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. Mr Amano now wants improved coordination among experts during the early stages of a nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stabilising the nuclear reactors at Fukushima and restoring safety. He is confident this will be achieved but that the current international response to a nuclear emergency needs to be reassessed.

President Obama has called for a new relationship between the United States and Latin America based on equal partnership and shared responsibilities. Speaking in Chile, he said Latin America was fundamental to the prosperity and security of the US.

BBC News

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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald

Fighting has continued to rage in Libya despite some 70 sorties from international aircraft trying to enforce a UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddafi’s forces. At least nine people are reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of Misrata, the only big rebel stronghold in western Libya. There were also clashes near Ajdabiya in eastern Libya as Ian Pannell reports.

We drove towards Ajdabiya. The road is littered with the charred and smoking remains of Colonel Gaddafi’s military. There were reports that his forces had been repelled by the rebels, but just listen to this. It’s the whistle of a tank round, fired past our car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed. Despite the announcement of the ceasefire, government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and trying to hold on to the territory they’ve taken. Even so, the people of Benghazi have been celebrating today, believing that the balance of power has now swung in their favour.

President Obama said it’s part of American foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office.

“I also have stated that it is US policy that Gaddafi needs to go. And we got a wide range of tools in addition to our military efforts to support that policy.”

But he stressed that the current Western military operations in Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr Obama spoke, loud explosions were reported near Colonel Gaddafi’s compound in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the latest air strikes against Libya. Prices rose near 1.5% on fears of prolonged fighting in Libya and supply disruptions elsewhere in the Middle East. Libyan oil exports have been halted by the uprising.

The President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has insisted that the majority of Yemenis still support him. The president’s authority has been shaken by high-level resignations in recent days. Andrew Bolton of our Middle East desk reports.

The list of senior figures voicing support for the opposition in Yemen continues to grow--among the latest a prominent general, a number of other officers and a senior tribal leader. But President Saleh remains defiant. A source close to him told the BBC the president would not step down and would call elections later in the year. The National Defence Council, which the president chairs, said the army would not hesitate, as it put it, to carry out its duty in the face of any coup plot.

Syrian troops have been deployed in the southern city of Deraa as thousands of demonstrators marched for a fourth successive day calling for greater freedom and an end to corruption. At least six people have died in clashes with security forces, including an 11-year-old boy.

World News from the BBC

Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast’s Young Patriots movement have answered a call to join the army to fight for Laurent Gbagbo, who’s refused to leave the presidency since last November’s election. In the city of Abidjan, the pro-Gbagbo youths chanted threats to supporters of Mr Gbagbo’s rival, Alassane Ouattara, who’s internationally recognised as having won the election. In the northern city of Bouake, a BBC correspondent says thousands of people who have fled violence in Abidjan are arriving every day, many describing their terror at the almost constant gunfire.

Abnormally high levels of radioactive substances have been detected in seawater near the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan, which was damaged by an earthquake and tsunami 10 days ago. Radioactive iodine levels are over 100 times higher than government-set standards, while radioactive cesium levels are 25 times the official limit. Earlier, the head of the United Nations Nuclear Agency said the situation was still very serious at the plant. Yukiya Amano was speaking at an emergency meeting at the IAEA. Kerry Skyring reports.

The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safety standards beginning with earthquake and tsunami pro-areas. He says the existing system was designed in the wake of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. Mr Amano now wants improved co-ordination among experts during the early stages of a nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stabilising the nuclear reactors at Fukushima and restoring safety. He’s confident this will be achieved, but that the current international response to a nuclear emergency needs to be reassessed.

President Obama has called for a new relationship between the United States and Latin America based on equal partnership and shared responsibilities. Speaking in Chile, he said Latin America was fundamental to the prosperity and security of the US.

BBC News
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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald
Fighting has continued to rage in Libya despite some 70 sorties from international aircraft trying to enforce a UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddafi's forces. At least nine people are reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of Misrata, the only big rebel stronghold in western Libya. There were also clashes near Ajdabiya in eastern Libya, as Ian Pannell reports.
We drove towards Ajdabiya, the road is littered with the charred and smoking remains of Colonel Gaddafi's military. There were reports that his forces have been repelled by the rebels, but just listen to this. It's the whistle of tank round fired passed car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed despite the announcement of the ceasefire, government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and trying to hold on to the territory they've taken. Even so, the people in Benghazi have been celebrating today believing that the balance of power has now swung in their favor.
President said it's part of American foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office.
I also have stated a way that it is US policy that Gaddafi needs to go. And we've got a wide range of tools in addition to military efforts to support that policy.
But he stressed that current western military operations in Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr Obama spoke, loudly explosions were reported near Colonel Gaddafi's compound in Tripoli.
Oil prices have surged again after the latest air strikes against Libya. Prices rose nearly 1.5% on fears of prolonged fighting in Libya and supply disruptions elsewhere in the Middle East. Libyan oil exports have been halted by the uprising.
The president of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh has insisted that the majority of Yemenis still support him. The president's authorities have been shaken by high-level resignations in recent days. Andrew Bolton of our Middle East desk reports.
The list of senior figures voicing support for the opposition in Yemen continues to grow. Among the latest, the prominent general, a number of other officers and a senior tribal leader. But President Saleh remains defiant. A source close to him told the BBC that the president would not stand down and would call the elections later in the year. The National Defense Council, which the president chairs, said the army would not hesitate as it put it to carry out its duty in the face any coup plot.
Syrian troops have deployed in the southern city of Deraa as thousands of demonstrators marched for a fourth successive day calling for greater freedom and an end to corruption. At least 60 people have died in clashes with the security forces including an 11-year-old boy.
World News from the BBC
Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast young patriots movement have answered the call to join the army to fight for Laurent Gbagbo who's refused to leave the presidency since last November's election. In the city of Abidjan the pro-Gbagbo used chanted threats to supporters of Mr Gbagbo's rival Alassane Ouattara who is internationally recognized as has won the election. In the northern city of B, a BBC correspondent says thousands of people who fled violence in Abidjan are arriving every day. Many describing their terror at the almost constant gunfire.
Abnormally high-levels of radioactive substances have been detected in seawater near Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan which was damaged by earthquake and tsunami ten days ago. Radioactive iodine levels are over 100 times higher than government set standards. While radioactive caesium levels are 25 times the official limit. Earlier the head of the United Nation Nuclear Agency said the situation was still very serious at the plant. Yukiya Amano was speaking at an emergency meeting at the IAEA. Kerry Skyring reports.
The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safety standards beginning with earthquake and tsunami prolonged areas. He says the existing system was designed in the wake of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. Mr Amano now wants to improve coordination among experts during the early stages of the nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stabilizing the nuclear reactors of Fukushima and restoring safety. He is confident this would be achieved but that the current international response to nuclear emergency needs to be reassessed.
President Obama has called for a new relationship between the United States and Latin-America based on equal partnership and shared responsibilities.  Speaking in Chile, he said Latin America was fundamental to the prosperity and security of the US.
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BBC news with Fiona Madonna
Fight is continuing to rate in Libya despite some 70 sorties from international aircraft trying to enforce an UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Cardiff’s forces. At least nine people reported have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of XX, the only big rebel strong hold in west Libya. There were also clashes near XX in east Libya. Ian Pannel reports

We drove towards XX. The road is littered with a chard and smoking remains of Colonel Cardiff’s military. There were reports that his forces had been repelled by the rebels but just listen to this. It the whistle of a tank round fired passed our car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured; some killed despite the announcement of the ceasefire government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and try to hold on to the territory they’ve taken even so the people of Benghazi have been celebrating today believing that the balance of power has now swung in their favor.

President Obama said it’s part of American foreign policy that Colonel Cardiff should leave office.
“I also have stated that it is US policy that Cardiff needs to go and we got a wide range of tool in addition military weapons to support that policy.”

But he stressed that the current western military operations in Libya was about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr. Obama spoke loud explosions were reported near Colonel Cardiff’s compound near Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the latest air strike against Libya. Prices rise nearly one and half percent on fears of prolonged fighting in Libya and supply disruptions elsewhere in the Mideast. Libyan oil exports have been halted by the uprising.

The president of Yemen XX has insisted the majority of Yemeni still support him. The president authorities have been shaking by high level resignation in recent days. Andrew Bottom, our Mideast desk reports.

The list of senior figures voicing support for the opposition in Yemen continues to grow among the latest the prominent general, a number of other officers and a senior tribal leader that President XX remains defend. A source close to him told the BBC the president will not stand down and would call elections later in the year. The national defense council which the president chairs said the army would not hesitate as it put it to carry out its duty in the face of any cool plot.

Syria troops have been deployed in the southern city of XX as thousands of demonstrators marched for a fourth successful day calling for a great freedom and an end of corruption. At least six people have died in the clashes with security forces including an eleven-year-old boy.
World news from the BBC

Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast “young patriots’ movement” have answered the call to join the army to fight for Laruen Bagboy who refuses to leave the presidency since the last November election. In the city of Abidjan the pro- Bagboy youth chanted threats to supporters of Mr. Bagboy’s rival XX, who is internationally recognize as having won the election. In the northern city of XX, our BBC correspondent says thousands of people are fled violence in Abidjan are arriving everyday mainly describing their terror as the almost constant gunfire.

Up normally high level of radioactive substance has been detected in sea water near the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan which was damaged by an earthquake and tsunami ten days ago. Radioactive adding levels are over 100 times higher than government said standards. While radioactive cesium levels are 25 times the official limit.

Earlier the head of the United Nation nuclear agency said the satiation was still very serious at the plant. XX was speaking at an emergency meeting at the IAEA. XX reports

The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safety standards beginning with earthquake and tsunami pro-areas. He says the existing system was designed in the weak of Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1996. Mr. XX now wants improve coordination among experts during the early stage of nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stabilizing the nuclear reactors at Fukushima and restoring safety. He’s confident this would be achieved but that the current international to a nuclear emergency need to be reassessed.

President Obama called for a new relationship between the United States and Latin America based on equal partnership and responsibility. Speaking in Chile said Latin America was fundamental to the prosperity and security of the US.
BBC news




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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald

Fighting is continue to rage in Libya despite some 70 sorties from international aircraft trying to enforce a UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddafi’s forces. At least nine people are reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of Misurata, the only big rebel stronghold in western Libya. There were also clashes near Ajdabiya in eastern Libya as Ian Pannell reports.

We drove towards Ajdabiya. The road is littered with the charred and smoking remains of Colonel Gaddafi’s military. There were reports that his forces had been repelled by the rebels, but just listen to this. It is the whistle of a tank round fired past our car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed. Despite the announcement of a ceasefire, government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and trying to hold on to the territory they have taken. Even so, the people of Benghazi have been celebrating today, believing that the balance of power has now swung in their favour.   

President Obama said it is a part of American foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office.

“I also have stated that it is US policy that Gaddafi needs to go. And we got a wide range of tools in addition to our military efforts to support that policy.”

But he stressed that the current western military operations in Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr. Obama spoke, loud explosions were reported near Colonel Gaddafi’s compound in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the latest air strikes against Libya. Prices rose nearly 1.5 per cent on fears of prolonged fighting in Libya and supply disruptions elsewhere in the Middle East. Libyan oil exports have been halted by the uprising.

The President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has insisted that the majority of Yemeni still support him. The president authority is being shaken by high level resignations in recent days. Andrew Bolton of our Middle East desk reports.

“The list of senior figures voicing support for the opposition in Yemen continues to grow, among the latest, the prominent general, a number of other officers and a senior tribal leader. But President Saleh remains defiant. The source close to him told the BBC the president would not stand down and would call elections later in the year. The National Defence Council which the president chairs said the army would not hesitate as it put it to carry out its duty in the face of any coup plot.”

Syrian troops have been deployed in the southern city of Deraa as thousands of demonstrators march for a fourth successive day, calling for greater freedom and an end to corruption. At least six people have died in clashes with security forces including an eleven-year-old boy.

World News from the BBC

Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast’s Young Patriots Movement have answered the call to join the army to fight for Laurent Gbagbo who has refused to leave the presidency since last November’s election. In the city of Abidjan, the pro-Gbagbo youths chanted threats to supporters of Mr. Gbagbo’s rival Alassane Ouattara who’s internationally recognized as having won the election. In the northern city of Bouake, a BBC correspondent says thousands of people who have fled violence in Abidjan are arriving everyday, many describing their terror and the almost constant gunfire.

Abnormally high levels of radio active substances have been detected in sea water near the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan which was damaged by an earthquake and tsunami ten days ago. Radio active iodine levels are over 1oo times higher than government-set standards while radio active cesium levels are 25 times the official limit. Earlier the head of the United Nations Nuclear Agency said the situation was still very serious at the plant. Yukiya Amano was speaking at the emergency meeting at the IAEA. Kerry Skyring reports.

The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safety standards beginning with earthquake and tsunami peril areas. He says the existing system was designed in the wake of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. Mr. Amano now wants to improve coordination among experts during the early stages of the nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stabilizing the nuclear reactors at Fukushima and restoring safety. He is confident this would be achieved but that the current international response to a nuclear emergency needs to be reassessed.

President Obama has called a new relationship between the United States and Latin America based on equal partnership and shared responsibilities. Speaking in Chile said Latin America was fundamental to the prosperity and security of the US.

BBC News
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1:Fighting is continuing to increase in Libya despite somen seventeen x  from international aircraft try to enfore UN resolution to end the attacks on civilians by Gaddafie's forces .At least 9 people reported have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyaian learder in the city of x ,the only big stronghold in western Libya.There were also clashes near x in eastern Libyan as Inn Penal reports.we drove towards x.The road is littered with the charted and smoking remains  Gaddafie's militery .Where we reports that the forces has been repelled  by the rebels .But just listen to this .It is a xx of xx  fired past by car goverment troops at opposition fighters .A mumber of people were injured,some killed,desipite the annoucement of seazefire,goverment are still attacking the rebels in the east ,tring to hold on the terrirory they have taken.Even so , people of x have been celebrating today ,beleveing the balance of power have now swarn in their fower.President Obama's said his part of American foreign  policy that Gaddafie should leave office.I also have stated that it is US pocicy that Gaddafie needs to go ,we have got a wide range of means of tools in addition militery efforts to support that policy .But he stress that the current weastern militery operation were about protecting civilians,short after Mr.Obama's spoke,loudly  exposition were reported near Gaddafie's compund in x.Oil price have surged again after the league's airstikes against  Libya.Price rule near one and half percent on fears of prolong fighting in Libya and supply destructions alsewhere in the Middleast. Libyn oli esports has been halted by the uprising.
2:The president of Yemen x  has insisted that the majority of Yemenese still support him.The president's arthority  has been shoken by hight level resignation in recent days.Anrewl ,our middleast journanist reports.The list  of senior figure  voicing support for oppositin in Yemen continues to grow.Among least,the promient general ,a mumber of officals and other senior tribal leader but president x remain defied.The source close to hime told bbc that the president will not stand down and would call an election later this year .The natinal defence concile which the president chears said the arm will not hesitate,as he put it ,to carry out his duty  in the face of ang blocks.
3:Syrian troops have been deployed in the sounthern city of x,thousand of demonstraters march for a 4th successful  day calling for greater  freedom and an end to curruption.Aleast 6 people have died in clashed with security forces,including a 11-year old boy.
world news from bbc
4:Thousand of supporters of Evory Coast  Young Patriots Movement has answerd the call to jion the army  fight against x who refused to leave the presidency since last November's electon.In the city of Abjan,the x use chanterd threats to supporte Mr.x's revial x,who's international recgnized has won the election.In the northern city of x,a bbc correspendent says thousands of  people   flied violece in x are arriving everday ,many expressed their terro as they almost conceal gunfire.
5:Abnormally high revels of rediated subsetence bas been detected in the seawater near the Fokosoma newclear plant  in Japan which damaged by the earthquake and tsunami 10 days ago .Rediated active iodine levels   over 100 times higher than goverment said's standards,while rediated active seaze levels are 25 times the offical limit.Earlier the head of US Newcear Agency said the situation were still very serious of the plant .Yoyika Gamano were spreaking at an emergency  meeting at the IAEA.The IAEA chief has called for a review of newclear  safety standars  begaining with  earthake and tsunami x. He said the exsiting  system was designed in week of   x newclear disaster in 1986.Mr Ganano now wants to improve the cooperation among experts during the earlier stages  of newclear disasters,he says the priority remains stablizing   the newclear reactors of  Fokosima and restoring safety.He is confident this will be acheived but the current response to newclear emergency needs to be reassisted.
6:President Obama called for a new relationshiop between the US and the Latain America ,beshouder equal  partnership and  share responsibility .Speaking in Chile ,said the Latain America was fundenmental to  the prosperity and security of the US.
bbc news

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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald
Fighting is continued to rage in Libya despite 17 sorties from international aircraft trying to enforce the U.N resolution to end attacks on civilians by Col Gaddafi's forces. At least 9 people were reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libya leader in the city of Misrata, the only big rebel strong held in west Libya. There were also clashes in Ajdabiya in east Libya. as Ian Pannell reports :

We drove towards Ajdabiya , the road is littered with the charred and smoking remains of Col Gaddafi’s military, there where we reports that the forces have been repelled by the rebels, but just listen to this, it is the whistle of a tank round, fired past our cars by the government troops at the opposition fighters, a number of people were injured, some killed despite an announcement of ceasefire, government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and trying to hold on to the territory they've taken, even though the people in Bengazi have been celebrating today, believing that the balance of power has nowswung in their favour.

President Obama says it is a part of American foreign policy that Col Gaddafi should leave office:

I also have stated that it is U.S policy that Gaddafi needs to go, and we got wide range of tools in addition to military efforts to support that policy. But he stress that the current west military operation in Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr. Obama spoke, lastest explosions were reported near Col Gaddafi's compound in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the lastest air strikes against Libya. Prices rose near 1.5% on fears of prolonged fighting in Libya and supply disruptions elsewhere in the Middle East. Libya oil exports have been held by the uprising.

The president of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh has insisted that the majority of Yemenis still support him. The president's authority has been shaken by high resgination in recent days. Andrew Bolton of our Middle East desk reports.  :

The list of senior figures voicing support for the opposition in Yemen continues to grow, among the latest a prominent general, a number of other officers and a senior tribal leader. But President Saleh remains defiant. A source close to him told the BBC the president would not step down and would call elections later in the year. The National Defence Council, which the president chairs, said the army would not hesitate, as it put it, to carry out its duty in the face of any coup plot.  

Syrian troops have been deployed in the southern city of Deraa as thousands of demonstrators marched for a fourth successful day calling for greater freedom and an end to corruption. At least six people have died in clashes with security forces, including an 11-year-old boy.

World news from the BBC

Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast’s Young Patriots movement have answered a call to join the army to fight for Laurent Gbagbo, who’s refused to leave the presidency since last November’s election. In the city of Abidjan, the pro-Gbagbo youths chanted threats to supporters of Mr Gbagbo’s rival, Alassane Ouattara, who’s internationally recognised as having won the election. In the northern city of Bouake, a BBC correspondent says thousands of people who have fled violence in Abidjan are arriving every day, many describing their terror at the almost constant gunfire. Abnormally high levels of radioactive substances have been detected in seawater near the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan, which was damaged by an earthquake and tsunami 10 days ago. Radioactive iodine levels are over 100 times higher than government set standards, while radioactive cesium levels are 25 times the official limit. Earlier, the head of the United Nations Nuclear Agency said the situation was still very serious at the plant. Yukiya Amano was speaking at an emergency meeting at the IAEA. Kerry Skyring reports. The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safety standards beginning with earthquake and tsunami pro-areas. He says the existing system was designed in the wake of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. Mr Amano now wants improved coordination among experts during the early stages of a nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stabilising the nuclear reactors at Fukushima and restoring safety. He’s confident this will be achieved, but that the current international response to a nuclear emergency needs to be reassessed. President Obama has called for a new relationship between the United States and Latin America based on equal partnership and shared responsibilities. Speaking in Chile, he said Latin America was fundamental to the prosperity and security of the US.  

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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald.

Fighting is continued to reave in Libya despite some 70 sorties from international aircraft trying to enforce UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddafi's forces. At least nine people were reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of Misrata, the only big rebel stronghold in western Libya. There were also clashes near Ashidabia in eastern Libya. As Ian Pannell reports.

We drove to Ashidabia, the road is littered with chart and smoking remains of Colonel Gaddafi's military. There were reports that his forces had been repelled by the rebels. Listen to this. It's the whistle of a tankround, fired passed our car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed. Despite the announcement of cease fire government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and try to hold on to the territory they've taken. Even so the people in Banghazi have been celebrating today, believing that the balance of power has now swanning their favor.

President Obama sent his part of American foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office.

I also have state that it is US policy that Gaddafi needs to go. And we got a wide rage of tools in addition to our military efforts to support that policy.

But he stressed that the current western military operations in Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr Obama's spoke louded explosions were reported near Colonel Gaddafi's compound in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the lastest air strikes against Libya. Prices rules nearly 1.5% on fears of prolong fighting in Libya and supplied disruptions El Square in the middle east. Libyan oil exports have been holded by the uprising.

The president of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh has insisted that the majority of Yemenese have still support him. The president's authority has been chicken by high level resignations in recent days. Andrew Bolton of our middle-east desk reports.

The list of senior figures * support for the opposition in Yemen continues to grow. And the lastest the promanent general, a number of other officers and senior travel leader. But President Saleh remains defiant. A source closed to him told the BBC that the president would not stand down and would call elections later in the year. The National Defense Council which the president chairs said the army would not hesitate as it puted to carry after duty in the face of any cruel plots.

Syrian troops have been deployed in the southern city of Daraa as thousands of demonstrators march for a force succussive day. Calling for greater freedom and an end of corruption. At least six people of died in clashes with security forces, including an 11-year-old boy.

World News from the BBC.

Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast's young patriots' movement has answered the call to join the army to fight for Laurent Gbagbo whose refuses to leave the presidency since last November's election. In the city of Ahbijah the pro-Gbagbo use chanted threats to supporters of Mr Gbagbo's * who's internationally recognised as having won the election. In the northern city of Braki a BBC corespondent says thousands of people were flight violence in Ahbijan and arriving everyday. Many discribing their terror as the almost consent gunfire.

Abnormally high levels of radioactive substances has been detectived in seawall toward near the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan which was damaged by an earthquake in tsunami ten days ago. Radioactive idiom levels are over 100 times higher then government says standards while radioactive * levels are 25 times the official limits. Earlier the head of United Nations Nuclear Agency said the situation were still very serious at the plant. * were speaking at an emergency meeting at the IAEA. Kerry Skyring reports.

The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safty standards beginning with earthquake in tsunami pro-areas. He says the existing system was designed in the wake of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1984. Mr now wants to improve coordination among experts during the early stages of nuclear crisis. The priority remains stablilizing the nuclear reactors in Fukushima and restoring safty. His confident will be achieved but the current international response to nuclear emergency needs to be reasseted.

President Obama has called for a new relationship between the United States and Latin America based on equal part * share responsibilities. Speaking in Chile said Latin America was fondamental to the persperity and security of the US.

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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald
Fighting has continued to region Libya despite some 70 sorties from international aircraft trying to enforce a UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddafi's forces. At least 9 people reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of Misrata, the only big rebel stronghold in western Libya. There were also clashes near Ajdabiya in eastern Libya, as Ian Pannell reports.
We drove towards Ajdabiya, the road is littered with a * and smoking remains of Colonel Gaddafi's military. There were reports that his forces have been repelled by the rebels, but just listen to this…It's the whistle of a tank round fired past a car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed. Despite the announcement of the ceasefire, government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and trying to hold on to the territory they've taken. Even so, the people of Benghazi have been celebrating today, believing that the balance of power has now swung in their favor.

President Obama said it's part of American foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office.
"I also have stated that it is US policy that Gaddafi needs to go. And we got a wide range of tools in addition to our military efforts to support that policy."
But he stressed that the current western military operations Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr. Obama spoke, loud explosions were reported near Colonel Gaddafi's compound in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the latest airstrikes against Libya. Prices rose nearly 1.5% on fears of prolonged fighting in Libya and supply disruption elsewhere in the Middle East. Libyan oil exports have been halted by the uprising.

The President of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh has insisted that the majority of Yemenis still support him. The president's authority has been shaken by high-level resignations in recent days. Andrew Bolton of our Middle East desk reports.
The list of senior figures voicing support for the opposition in Yemen continues to grow. Among the latest a prominent general, a number of other officers and a senior tribal leader. But President Saleh remains defiant. The source close to him told the BBC the president would not stand down and would call elections later in the year. The National Defense Council which the president chairs said the army would not hesitate, as has put it, to carry out its duty in the face of any coup plots.

Syrian troops have been deployed in the southern city of Deraa as thousands of demonstrators march for a fourth successive day, calling for greater freedom and an end to corruption. At least 6 people have died in clashes with security forces, including an 11-year-old boy.

World News from the BBC

Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast Young Patriots Movement have answered the call to join the army to fight for Laurent Gbagbo, who's refused to leave the presidency since last November's election. In the city of Abidjan, the pro-Gbagbo used chanted threats to supporters of Mr. Gbagbo's rival Alassane Ouattara, who's internationally recognized as having won the election. In the northern city of Bouake, a BBC correspondent says thousands of people have fled violence in Abidjan, are arriving everyday, many describing their terror at the almost constant gunfire.

Abnormally high levels of radioactive substances have been detected in seawater near the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan, which was damaged by earthquake and tsunami ten days ago. Radioactive iodine levels are over 100 times higher than government said standards, while radioactive cesium levels are 25 times the official limit. Earlier the head of the United Nations' nuclear agency said the situation was still very serious at the plant. Yukiya Amano was speaking at an emergency meeting at the IAEA. Kerry Skyrin reports.
The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safety standards beginning with earthquake and tsunami prone areas. He says the existing system was designed in the wake of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. Mr. Amano now wants improve coordination among experts during the early stages of a nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stabilizing nuclear reactors in Fukushima, and restoring safety. He's confident this will be achieved, but that the current international response to a nuclear emergency needs to be reassessed.

President Obama has called for a new relationship between the United States and Latin America, based on equal partnership and shared responsibilities. Speaking in Chile, he said Latin America was fundamental to the prosperity and security of the US.

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Fighting is continueing to rave in Libyan despite some 70   from the International Aircraft trying to enforce a UN resolution to end the attacks on civilians by     forces. At least nine people have been reported killed forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of    , the only big strong hold in western Libyan. There were also clashes near   in eastern Libyan.
We drove toward   . The road is littered with charred and smoking remains of  military. There were reports that these     have been repelled by the rivals, but just listen to this. It is the vessel of    , five  passers   by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed. Desapite an announcement of cease fire, government forces are still attacking the rivals in the east, and trying to hold on to the territory they have taken. Even so, the people    have been celebrating today, believing the balance of power has   in their favor.
President Obama said his part of America foreign policy that     should leave office. i also have stated that it is US policy that    need to go, and we got wide range of tools in addition to our military weapons to support that policy. But he stressed that the current western military operations in Libyan were about protecting civilians. Shortly after MR Obama's spoke, loud explosions were reported near canal      .
Oil prices surged again after the latest air strike against Libyan. Prices ruined nearly 1.5% on fears of prolonged fighting in Libyan, and supply distractions elsewhere in the mid-east. Libyan oil export has been halted by the uprising.
The president of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has insisted that the majority of Yemenists still support him. The president authority has been shaken by high level resignations in recent days. The list of senior figures voicing support for the opposition of Yemen continue to grow. Among the latest, the prominent general, a number of other officers and senior tribal leader, but the president Saleh remains to find. A source close to him tell the BBC the president will not stand down, and would call an election later in the year.The National Defence counsel which the president chairs said the army will not hesitate as it putted to carry out its duty in the face of any cool plot.
    troops have been deployed in the southern city of Dela. A thousand of demonstrators marched for a four-successive-day, calling for greater freedom and an end of corruption. At least six people have died in clashes with security forces, including an 11-year-old boy.
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Fighting is continue to rage in Libya despite some 70 assaultage from international aircraft
trying to enforce a UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddaffi's forces. At
least nine people are reported to have been  killed by forces loyal to the Libyian leader in the
city of Misrata, the only big rebel strong hold in western Libya. There are also clashes near
Ashdabia in eastern Libya, as Ian Panel reports.

We drove to west Ashdabia. The road is littered with chard and smoking remains to be  
Colenel Gadaffi's military. There were reports that these forces have been repelled by the
rebels. But just listen to this.

It's the whistle of a  town crown, fired past our car by  governent troops at the opposition
fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed. Despite the annoucement of a
ceasefire, government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and try to hold on the
territory they have taken. Even so, the people in Benghazi have been celebrating today,
believing the balance of power has now swang in their favor.

President Obama , said it's part of  American foreign policy that colonel Gadaffi should
leave office. " I also have stated that it's US policy that Gadaffi needs to go . And we got a
wide range of tools in additon to our military efforts to support that policy". But he stressed
the current western military operations in Libya were about pretecting civilians. Shortly
after Mr. Obama's spook, a lot of explosions were reported near colonel Gadaffi's compound
in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the latest air strikes against Libya. Prices rose nearly one
and a half percent on fears of prolonged fighting in Libya and supplied disruptions elsewhere
in the middle east. Libyan oil exports have been halted by the uprising.

The president of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh  has insisted the majority of Yemenese still
support him. The presidency authority is been shaken by high level resignition in rencent
deeds . Andrew Bolton of our middle east desk reports.

The list of senior figures voicing support for the oppositon in the Yemen continues to grow
among the latest prominent general , a number of other officiers  and senior tribe leader, but
president Saleh remained defined . A source close to him told BBC that the president would
not stand down and would call the elections later in the year. The national defense council
which the president chairs said the army would not hesitate as it is puted to carry out its
duties in the face of any coup plot.

Syrian troops have been deployed in the southern city of Darra as thousands of demonstators
march for a fourth successive day calling for greater freedom and an end to corruption. At
least six people have died in clashes with security forces including an 11-year-old boy.

World news from the BBC.


Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast "Young Patriots Movement" have answered the call
to join the army to fight for Laurent Gbagbo , who refused to leave the presidency since last
November's election. In the city of Abidjan, the pro-Gbagbo use chanted threats to
supporters of  Mr Gbagbo's revel Alassane Ouattara who's internationally recognized as
having won the election. In the northern city of Bwake our BBC correspodent says thousands
of people fled violence in Abidjan are arriving every day, many describing their terror and
the almost constant gunfire.

Abnormally high levels of radio active substances have been detected in the sea water near
Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan, which was damaged by an earthquake and tsunammmi
ten days ago. Radio active adding levels are over 100 times higher than government set
standards while radio active seism level are 25 times the official limit.

Earlier the head of the United Nations nuclear agency said the situation was still very serious
at the plant. Yukiya Amano was speaking at an emergent meeting at the IAEA, Carrie
Scaring reports.

The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safety standards beginning with earthquake
and tsunammi  prone areas. He says the exsiting systems were designed in a wake of tunable
nuclear disaster  in 1996. Mr  Amano now wants to  improve coordination among experts
during the early stages of a nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stablizing the nuclear
reactors in Fukushima and restoring safety. He's confident this would be achieved but the
current international response to a nuclear emergency needs to be reassessed.

President Obama has called for a new relationship between the United States and Latin
America be an equal partnership to  share responsibilities. Speaking in Chile he said Latin
America was foundamental to the prosperity and securtiy of the US.

BBC NEWS.
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BBC news with *.
Fighting is continuing to rage Libya, despite some 70 sorties from international aircraft, trying to enforce the UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddafi’s forces. At least 9 people are reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libya leader in the city of Misurata, the only big rebel strong hold in western Libya. There were also clashes near Ajdabiya in eastern Libya. P. reports.

We drove towards Ajdabiya, the road is littered with charred and smoking remained of Colonel Gaddafi’s military. There were reports that his forces have been repelled by the rebels. But just listen to this,…, it is the whistle of tank round, fired Past our car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed despite the announcement of cease fire, and government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and try to hold on the territory they have taken. Even so, people in Benghazi have been celebrating today, believing the balance of power has now fall in their favor.
President Obama sends a part of American foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office.

“I also have state there, it is the US police, that Gaddafi need to go. We got a range of tools in addition to our military forces to support that policy.”

But he stressed the current western military operation inLibya was about the protection civilians. Shortly after Mr. Obama spoke, loud explosion was reported near Colonel Gaddafi’s counpand in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the latest air strike against Libya. Prices rose nearly 1.5% in fear of prolonged fighting in Libya and supplied destruction elsewhere in Middle East. Libya oil export has been halt by the uprising.

The president of Yemen has insisted that the majority of Yemenis still support him. The president authority has been shaken by high level resignation in recent days. Ann in our middle east has reports.

The latest senior figures voicing support for opposition in Yemen continue to grow among the latest, the prominent general, a number of other official and senior tribal leader that president Salei remain defiance. The source close to him told the BBC that president wouldn’t step down and would call election later this year. The national defense council which the president chair, said the army would not hesitate to carry out the duty in the face of any cool plot.

Syria troops has been deployed in the southern city of Dera, as thousands of demonstrators march for a fourth successive day, calling for a greater freedom and an end to corruption. At least 6 people have died in the clashes with security forces, including an 11 years old of a boy.
World news from the BBC.

Thousands of supporters of Ivory Coast Young Patriots  of movement have answer the call to join the army to fight for Laurent Gbagbo who refuse to leave presidency since last Nov.’s election. In the city of Abidjan, the pro-Gbagbo use chanted threat, to support Mr. Gbagbo’s rebel Alassane Ouattara who is internationally recognized as having won the election. In the northern city of **, a BBC correspondent says thousands of people have fled violence in Abidjan, are arriving everyday, many describing their terror at the almost constant of gunfire.

Abnormally high level radioactive subsidences have been detected in sea water near Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan which was damaged by earthquake and tsunami 10 days ago. Radioactive iodine level are over 100 time higher than government said standers, while radioactive cesium levels are 25 times the official limit. Earlier, the head of United Nation nuclear agency said the situation was very serious in the plant. U. was speaking at a emergency meeting at the IAEA. Karris report.

The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safety standard. Beginning with earthquake and tsunami pro-areas, he said the existing system was designed in the week of Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. Mr. * now want to improve the coordination among the experts during the early stages of nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stabilizing the nuclear reactors in Fukushima and restoring safety. He is confidence this will be achieved. He said the current international response to a nuclear emergency need to be reassessed.

President Obama called for a new relationship between the US and Latin America based on equal partnership and shared responsibility. Speaking in Chile, Said Latin America was fundamental to the prosperity and security of the US.
BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-22

BBC News with Fiona MacDonald.

Fighting is continued to reave in Libya despite some 70 sorties from international aircraft trying to enforce UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddafi's forces. At least nine people were reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of Misrata, the only big rebel stronghold in western Libya. There were also clashes near Ashidabia in eastern Libya. As Ian Pannell reports.

We drove to Ashidabia, the road is littered with chart and smoking remains of Colonel Gaddafi's military. There were reports that his forces had been repelled by the rebels. Listen to this. It's the whistle of a tankround, fired passed our car by government troops at the opposition fighters. A number of people were injured, some killed. Despite the announcement of cease fire government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and try to hold on to the territory they've taken. Even so the people in Banghazi have been celebrating today, believing that the balance of power has now swanning their favor.

President Obama sent his part of American foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office.

I also have state that it is US policy that Gaddafi needs to go. And we got a wide rage of tools in addition to our military efforts to support that policy.

But he stressed that the current western military operations in Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr Obama's spoke louded explosions were reported near Colonel Gaddafi's compound in Tripoli.

Oil prices have surged again after the lastest air strikes against Libya. Prices rules nearly 1.5% on fears of prolong fighting in Libya and supplied disruptions El Square in the middle east. Libyan oil exports have been holded by the uprising.

The president of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh has insisted that the majority of Yemenese have still support him. The president's authority has been chicken by high level resignations in recent days. Andrew Bolton of our middle-east desk reports.
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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-22

BBC News with Fiona MacDonald.

Fighting is continuing to reaging in Libya, despite some seventy soties from international aircraft trying to force the UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by Colonel Gaddafi's forces, at least nine people reported have been killed by forces lawyer to the Libya leader in the city of Misrutter, the only big rebel strong mood in western Libya. There are also clashes near Ajdabiya in eastern Libya. Ian Pannell reports.

We drove toward Ajdabiya. The road is littered with charge and smoking remains Colonel Gaddafi's military. There were reports for this forces have been repaired by the rebels, but just listen to this. It's the wisle of a tank around, fired passed our car by government troops at the opposition fighters. And number of people were wounded, some killed, despite the announced seasfire, government forces are still attacking  the rebels in the east and trying to hold on to the territory they are taking.  Even so, people in Benghazi have been celebrating today, believing the balance of power has now swung in their favor.

President Obama said it's part of American foreign policy that Colonel Gaddafi should leave office.

I also have stated that it is US policy that Colonel Gaddafi needs to go. We got a wide range of tools in addition to our military office to support that policy.
Oil prices have surged again after the lastest air strike against Libya. Prices nealy rose one and half percent on fear of prolong fighting in Libya and supplies disruption elsewwhere in the middle east. Libya oil exports have been halted by the uprising.

The president of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has insisted the mojority of Yemenies still support him. The president authorities has been shakened by high level recognation in resent days. Andrew Bolton our middle east desk reports.

The list of senior figures voicing support for the opposition to Yemen continue to grow. And the latest, the prominant journal, a number of other offices and senior trible leader, president Saleh remained defied, the scoures closed to him tell the BBC, the president will not stand down and would call the election later in the year. The national defence council, which the president chairs, says the army would not hesitate as it put it to carry out the juties in the face of any cool plot.

Syrian troops have been deployed in the Southern city of Derra, as thousands of demonstrators marched for a four successive day, calling for great freedom and end the corruption. Six people were died in clashes with security forces, including an 11 years old boy.

World news from the BBC.
But he stressed that the current western military operation in Libya were all about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr Obama spoke, loud explosure were reported near Colonel Gaddafi's compound in Tripoli.

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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-22

BBC news with * .Fighting has continued to * in Libya despite some 70 * from International aircraft, trying to enforce UN resolution to end attacks on civilians by colonel Qaddafi's forces, at least 9 people reported to have been killed by forces loyal to the Libyan leader in the city of Misrata, the only big rebel stronghold in western Libya.


There were also clashes near Ashitabia in eastern Libya, * reports.
We drive towards *,the road is littered with the charred and smoking remains of colonel Qaddafi's military. There were reports that his force has been repelled by the rebels, but just listen to this.
It's a * of the town crowd passed out car by government troops at opposition fighters, a number of people were injured, some killed. Despite the announcement to the ceasefire,government forces are still attacking the rebels in the east and trying to hold on to the territory they've taken. Even so, the people of Benghazi have been celebrating today, believing that the balance of power has now swung in their favor.


President Obama is said to depart American foreign policy that Colonel Qaddafi should leave office.  I also had stated that it is U.S. policy that Qaddafi needs to go. We got a wide range of tools in addition to our military office to support that policy. But he stress that current western military operation in Libya were about protecting civilians. Shortly after Mr Obama spoke, loud explosions were reported near Colonel Qaddafi's compound in Tripoli.


Oil prices have * to gain after latest air strikes against Libya. Prices rose nearly 150% * fighting in Libya, and supply disruptions elsewhere in the middle east. Libyan oil export have been halted by the uprising.


The President of Yemen Abudullah Selah has insisted that the majority of Yemeni still support him. The President of authority has been shaken by high level resignations in recent days. *  of our middle east * report, the list of senior figures voicing support in opposition in Yemen continues to grow among them the latest the prominent general and other officers and senior tribal leaders. But President Salleh remains defiant.  The source close to him told the BBC that the President would not stand down and would call elections later in the year, the national defense counsel which the President chairs said the army would not hesitate as put it to carry out any duty in the face of any coup plot.


Syrian troops have been deployed in the Southern city of Deraa as thousands of demonstrators march for the four successive day, calling for greater freedom and an end to corruption.  At least 6 people have died in clashes with security forces, including 11 year boy.


World News from the BBC.


Thousands of supporters of ivory coast of young * have answered the call to join in the army to fight for * who refused to leave the presidency since last November election. In the city of * ,the pro-* chanted in threads to support  ‘rival * who is internationally recognized as having won the election. In the Northern city of * , BBC correspondent says thousands of people are fled violence *  every day. Many is describing their terror at almost constant gun fire.


Of normally high ravels of radio active substance have been detected in sea water near the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan which was damaged by an earthquake in Tsunami ten days ago. Radio active * levels over 100 times higher than government set standards while radio active * levels are 25 times the official limit.


Earlier, the head of United Nations nuclear agency said the situation was still very serious at the plant. * was speaking at the emergency meeting at the IAEA. * reports


The IAEA chief is calling for a review of nuclear safety standards beginning with earthquake in Tsunami * area. He says the existing system was designed in awake of * disaster in 1986. Mr * now wants to improve coordination among experts during the early stages of the nuclear crisis. He says the priority remains stabilizing the nuclear reactors in Fukushima and restoring safety. His confidence would be achieved but the  current international response to a nuclear emergency needs to be resisted. President Obama has called for a new relationship between United States and Latin America based on eco-partnership sharing responsibility. Speaking in Chille said latin America was fundamental to the prosperity and security of the U.S.









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