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BBC News with Gaenor Howells

The Nato military alliance has agreed to enforce an arms embargo against Libya, the organisation's first formal task in the international operation there. Nato ships and aircraft are being assembled in the central Mediterranean to take on the responsibility. However, differences remain as to who should be in charge of the international operation in Libya as Chris Morris reports.

Nato ambassadors have been meeting on a daily basis to try to agree on the role the alliance should play in Libya. On the question of command and control of the entire military operation, there was only this pre-recorded statement from the Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

"Nato has completed plans to help enforce the no-fly zone to bring our contribution, if needed, in a clearly-defined manner to the broad international effort to protect the people of Libya from the violence of the Gaddafi regime."

In other words, no agreement yet. Many countries are sceptical, including Turkey which wants any Nato mission to be much more strictly-defined.

The United States, Britain and France have issued statements agreeing that Nato should play a role in the command structure of the military operation in Libya, but France is still resisting moves to put Nato in overall command.

Forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi have continued to launch ground attacks inside Libya despite the international operation to protect civilians there. Earlier, an American warplane taking part in the operation crashed in the desert near the rebel stronghold of Benghazi. Both crewmen were rescued. Kevin Connolly reports.

The F-15 Eagle fighter came down in the desert in friendly rebel-held territory, not far from the opposition centre of Benghazi. It had suffered a simple technical failure and was not shot down, according to the Americans, who sent a Marine Corps team by helicopter from a ship in the Mediterranean to rescue the crew. As their operations continued, so too did the fighting. Rebel forces, enthusiastic but not well-drilled, went again to Ajdabiya but appeared unable to dislodge government forces there. A military unit loyal to Colonel Gaddafi are reportedly continuing to besiege the major central city of Misrata with artillery bombardment and sniper fire.

The President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has warned that any attempt at a military coup will lead to civil war. The president said he'd step down by January next year, but only after organising parliamentary elections. His offer was rejected by the Yemeni opposition which wants him to leave immediately. The Arab League has been discussing the Yemen's situation. The Deputy Secretary General Ahmed Bin Helli issued a statement.

"We condemn the crime that's occurred, and we're calling for a peaceful dialogue in a framework that appeals to the Yemeni people, and call for the authorities to respond positively to the demands of the Yemeni people."

You're listening to the World News from the BBC.

The International Atomic Energy Agency says radiation is still leaking from the earthquake-stricken nuclear plant at Fukushima in Japan, but scientists are unsure exactly where it's coming from. One of the first firefighters to reach the plant, Narumi Suzuki, told the BBC of his shock on seeing the extent of the damage.

"When I saw the building itself for the first time, there were piles of rubble. It was much worse than we expected when we first set eyes on it. I and the other firefighters were frightened. But as a team, we trusted each other and carried out the operation."

An urgent United Nations appeal for funds to help people fleeing the conflict in Ivory Coast has met with little response. The UN had been seeking $30m, but has so far received only $7m and will run out of food for fleeing refugees within months. The UN says it's worried about the increased use of heavy weaponry by forces loyal to Laurent Gbagbo, who's refusing to step down as president. Imogen Foulkes reports.

Following the shelling of an Abidjan market last week, in which at least 25 people died - an act the UN says may be a war crime - aid workers say the city is emptying as desperate inhabitants, many of them women and children, try to flee. Most are taking nothing with them. Meanwhile, the UN has almost nothing to give them - a totally unacceptable situation, aid agencies say - as Ivory Coast descends into what some are already calling civil war.

President Obama is in El Salvador on the third and final leg of his Latin American tour. Talks with President Mauricio Funes are expected to focus on measures to tackle rising drug- and gang-related violence in El Salvador and other Central American nations. Mr Obama is also likely to discuss the status of around two million Salvadorans in the United States.

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BBC News with Gaenor Howells

The Nato military alliance has agreed to enforce an arms embargo against Libya, the organisation’s first formal task in the international operation there. Nato ships and aircraft have been assembled in the central Mediterranean to take on the responsibility. However, differences remain as to who should be in charge of the international operation in Libya as Chris Morris reports.

Nato ambassadors have been meeting on a daily basis to try to agree on the role the alliance should play in Libya. On the question of command and control of the entire military operation, there was only this pre-recorded statement from the Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

“Nato has completed plans to help enforce the no-fly zone, to bring our contribution if needed in a clearly defined manner to the broad international effort to protect the people of Libya from the violence of the Gaddafi regime.”

In other words, no agreement yet. Many countries are skeptical, including Turkey, which wants any Nato mission to be much more straightly defined.

The United States, Britain and France have issued statements, agreeing that Nato should play a role in the command structure of the military operation in Libya. But France is still resisting moves to put Nato in overall command.

Forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi have continued to launch ground attacks inside Libya despite the international operation to protect civilians there. Earlier, an American warplane taking part in the operation crashed in the desert near the rebel stronghold of Benghazi; both crewmen were rescued. Kevin Connolly reports.

The F-15 Eagle Fighter came down in the desert in frankly rebel-held territory not far from the opposition centre of Benghazi. It has suffered from a simple technical failure and was not shot down, according to the Americans, who sent a Marine Corps team by helicopter from the sheet in the Mediterranean to rescue the crew. And there are operations continued so to do the fighting. Rebel forces, enthusiastic but not well-drilled, went again to Ajdabya, but appeared unable to dislodge government forces there. And military units loyal to Colonel Gaddafi are reportedly continuing to besiege the major central city of Misurata with artillery bombardment and sniper fire.

The President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has warned that any attempt at a military coup will lead to civil war. The president said he’d step down by January next year, but only after organising parliamentary elections. His offer was rejected by the Yemeni opposition, which wants him to leave immediately. The Arab League has been discussing the Yemen’s situation. The Deputy Secretary General Ahmed Ben Helli issued a statement.

“We condemn the crime that’s occurred and we are calling a peaceful dialogue in a framework that appeals to the Yemeni people and call for the authorities to respond positively to the demands of the Yemeni people.”

You are listening to the World News from the BBC.

The International Atomic Energy Agency says radiation is still leaking from the earthquake-stricken nuclear plant at Fukushima in Japan. But scientists are unsure of exactly where it’s coming from. One of the first firefighters to reach the plant, Narumi Suzuki, told the BBC of his shock on seeing the extent of the damage.

“When I saw the building itself for the first time, there were piles of rubble. It was much worse than we’d expected when we first set eyes on it. I and the other fighters were frightened. But as a team, we trusted each other and carried out the operation.”

An urgent United Nations appeal for funds to help people fleeing the conflict in Ivory Coast has met with little response. The UN had been seeking $30m but has so far received only $7m and will run out of food for fleeing refugees within months. The UN says it’s worried about the increased use of heavy weaponry by forces loyal to Laurent Gbagbo, who’s refusing to step down as president. Imogen Foulkes reports.

Following the shelling of an Abidjan market last week, in which at least 25 people died, an act of the UN says it may be a war crime. Aid workers say the city is emptying as desperate inhabitants, many of them women and children, try to flee; most are taking nothing with them. Meanwhile, the UN has almost nothing to give them, a totally unacceptable situation, aid agencies say, as Ivory Coast descends into some are already calling a civil war.

President Obama is in El Salvador on the third and final leg of his Latin American tour. Talks with President Mauricio Funes are expected to focus on measures to tackle rising drug-and gang-related violence in El Salvador and other Central American nations. Mr Obama is also likely to discuss the state of some around two million Salvadorans in the United States.

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BBC News with Gaenor Howells

The NATO military alliance has agreed to enforce an arms embargo against Libya, the ogranization's first formal task in the international operation there.NATO ships and aircrafts have been assembled in the central Mediterranean to take on the responsibility.However, differences remain as to who should be in charge of the international operation in Libya as CM reports.

NATO ambassadors have been meeting on a daily basis to try to agree on the role the alliance should play in Libya.On the question of command and control of the entire military operation there was only this pre-recorded statement from the Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

"NATO has completed plans to help enforce the no-fly zone to bring our contribution if needed in a clearly defined manner to the broad international effort to protect the people of Libya from the violence of the Gaddafi regime."

In another words, no agreement yet.Many countries are sceptical including Turkey which wants any NATO mission to be much more strictly defined.

The United States, Britain and France have issued statements agreeing that NATO should play a role in the command structure of the military operation in Libya.But France is still resisting moves to put NATO in overall command.

Forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi have continued to launch ground attacks inside Libya despite the international operation to protect civilians there.Earlier an American warplane taking part in the operation crashed in the desert near the rebel stronghold of Benghazi.Both crewmen were rescued.KM reports.

The F-15 Eagle fighter came down in the desert in friendly rebel-held territory not far from the opposition centre of Benghazi.It suffered a simple technical failure and was not shot down.* Americans who sent a marine corp team by helicopter from a ship in the Mediterranean to rescue the crew.As there are opertions continue so too do the fighting.Rebel forces enthusiastic but not well-drilled again to Ajdabya appeared unable to government forces there.And military units loyal to Colonel Gaddafi are reportedly continuing to besiege the major central city of Misrata artillery * and sniper fire.

The President of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh has warned that any attempt at military coup would lead to civil war.The president he'd step down by January next year but only after organizing parliamentary elections.His offer was rejected by the Yemeni opposition which wants him to leave immediately.The Arab League has been discussing the Yemen situation, the Deputy Secretary General Ahmed Ben Helli issued a statement.

"We condemn the crime that has occurred.We are calling a peaceful dialogue in a framework that appeals to the Yemeni people and call for the authorities to respond positively to the demands of the Yemeni people."

You are listening to the World News from the BBC.

The International Atomic Energy Agency says radiation is still leaking from the earthquake-stricken nuclear plant at Fukushima in Japan.But scientists are unsure exactly where it's coming from.One of the firefighters to reach the plant Narumi Suzuki told the BBC of his shock on seeing the extent of the damage.

"When I saw the building itself for the first time, there were piles of rubble.It was much worse than we expected when we first set eyes on it.I and the other firefighters were frightened, but as a team we trusted each other and carried out the operation."

An urgent United Nations appeal for funds to help people flee the conflict in Ivory Coast has met with little response.The UN had been seeking 13 million dollars but so far received only 7 million and will run out of food for fleeing refugees within a month.The UN says it's worried about the increased use of heavy weaponry by forces loyal to Laurent Gbagbo who's refusing to step down as president.Imogen Foulkes reports.

Following the shelling of an Abidjan market last week in which at least 25 people died, an act the UN says may be a war crime.Aid workers say the city is emptying as desperate inhabitants many of them women and children try to flee.Most are taking nothing with them.Meanwhile the UN has almost nothing to give them.A totally unacceptable situation, aid agencies say as Ivory Coast descends into some are already calling civil war.

President Obama is in El Salvador on the third and final leg of his Latin American tour.Talks with President Mauricio Funes are expected to focus on measures to tackle rising drug and gang-related violence in El Salvador and other central American nations.Mr Obama is also likely to discuss the state of some around two million Salvadorians in the United States.

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BBC News with Gaenor Howells.

The Nato military alliance has agreed to enforce an arms embargo against Libya, the organisation's first formal task in the international operation there. Nato ships and aircraft have been assembled in the central Mediterranean to take on the responsibility. However, differences remain as to who should be in charge of the international operation in Libya as Chris Morris reports.

Nato ambassadors have been meeting on a daily basis to try to agree on the role the alliance should play in Libya. On the question of command and control of the entire military operation, there was only this pre-recorded statement from the Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

"Nato has completed plans to help enforce the no-fly zone to bring our contribution, if needed, in a clearly-defined manner to the broad international effort to protect the people of Libya from the violence of the Gaddafi regime."

In other words, no agreement yet. Many countries are sceptical, including Turkey which wants any Nato mission to be much more strictly-defined.

The United States, Britain and France have issued statements agreeing that Nato should play a role in the command structure of the military operation in Libya, but France is still resisting moves to put Nato in overall command.

Forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi have continued to launched ground attacks inside Libya despite the international operation to protect civilians there. Earlier, an American warplane taking part in the operation crashed in the desert nearly the rebel stronghold of Benghazi. Both crewmen were rescued. Kevin Connolly reports.

The F-15 Eagle fighter came down in the desert in friendly rebel-held territory, not far from the opposition centre of Benghazi. It had suffered a simple technical failure and was not shot down, according to the Americans, who sent a Marine Corps team by helicopter from a ship in the Mediterranean to rescue the crew. At there, operations continued, so too did the fighting. Rebel forces are enthusiastic but not well-drilled went again to Ajdabiya but appeared unable to dislodge government forces there. A military unit loyal to Colonel Gaddafi are reportedly continuing to besiege the major central city of Misrata through artillery bombardment and sniper fire.

The President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has warned that any attempt at a military coup will lead to civil war. The president said he'd step down by January next year, but only after organising parliamentary elections. His offer was rejected by the Yemeni opposition which wants him to leave immediately. The Arab League has been discussing the Yemen's situation. The Deputy Secretary General Ahmed Bin Helli issued a statement.

"We condemn the crime that's occurred, and we're calling for a peaceful dialogue in a framework that appeals to the Yemeni people, and call for the authorities to respond positively to the demands of the Yemeni people."

You are listening to the World News from the BBC.

The International Atomic Energy Agency says radiation is still leaking from the earthquake-stricken nuclear plant at Fukushima in Japan, but scientists are unsure exactly where it's coming from. One of the first firefighters to reach the plant, Narumi Suzuki, told the BBC of his shock on seeing the extent of the damage.

"When I saw the building itself for the first time, there were piles of rubble. It was much worse than we expected when we first set eyes on it. I and the other firefighters were frightened, but as a team we trusted each other and carried out the operation."

An urgent United Nations appeal for funds to help people fleeing the conflict in Ivory Coast has met with little response. The UN had been seeking $30m but has so far received only $7m and will run out of food for fleeing refugees within months. The UN says it's worried about the increased use of heavy weaponry by forces loyal to Laurent Gbagbo, who's refusing to step down as president. Imogen Foulkes reports.

Following the shelling of an Abidjan market last week in which at least 25 people died, an act the UN says may be a war crime, aid workers say the city is emptying as desperate inhabitance, many of them women and children, try to flee. Most are taking nothing with them. Meanwhile, the UN has almost nothing to give them. A totally unacceptable situation, aid agencies say, as Ivory Coast descends into what some are already calling civil war.

President Obama is in El Salvador on the third and final leg of his Latin American tour. Talks with President Mauricio Funes are expected to focus on measures to tackle rising drug and gun-related violence in El Salvador and other Central American nations. Mr Obama is also likely to discuss the status of around two million Salvadorans in the United States.

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BBC news with Gaenor Howells.

The NATO military alliance has agreed to enforce arms embargo against Libya, the organization first formal task in the international operation there. NATO ships and aircrafts have been assembled in the central Mediterranean to take on the responsibility. However, differences remain as who should be in charge of in the international operation in Libya as Chris Morris reports.

NATO ambassadors have been meeting on a daily basis, trying to agree on the role the alliance should play in Libya. On the question if command-and-control in the entire military operation, there is only this pre-recorded statement from the Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

“NATO has completed plans to help enforce the no-fly zone to bring our contribution, if needed in a clear defined manner to the broad international effort, to protect the people of Libya from the violence of the Gaddafi regime.”

In another word, no agreement yet. Many countries are skeptical, including Turkey, which wants any NATO machine to be marched more strictly defined.

The United States, Britain and France have these statements agree that NATO should play a role in the command structure of the military operation in Libya, but France is still resisting moves to protect NATO from over all command.

Forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi have continued to launch ground attacks in side Libya, despite the international operation in protect Libyans there. Earlier a American warplane taking part in the operation crashed in the desert near the rebel stronghold of Benghazi. Both crewmen were rescued. Kevin Connolly reports.

F-15 Eagle fighter came down in the desert to friendly rebel held territory, the far opposition center of Benghazi. It suffered a simple technical failure and was not shot down according to the Americans, who sent marine corp-team by helicopter in the ship in the Mediterranean to rescue the crew. There the operation continues through to the fighting. Rebel forces enthusiastic but not will-drilled until get Ajdabiya. It appeared unable to dislodge government forces there. A military unit loyal to Colonel Gaddafi are reportedly continue to seize the major central city of Misrata with artillery bombardment and sniper fire.

The president of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh has warned any attempt to military could lead to civil war. The president said he would step down by January next year, but only after organizing parliamentary elections. His offer was rejected by the Yemen opposition which wants him leave immediately. The Arab League has been discussing the Yemen situation. The Deputy Secretary General Aleben Hali issued a statement.

“We condemn crime that occurred. We’re calling for a peaceful dialogue in a framework that appeals to the Yemeni people and call for the authorities to respond positively to the demands of the Yemeni people.”

You are listening to the world news from the BBC.

The International Atomic Energy Agency says radiation is still leaking from the earthquake stricken nuclear plant at Fukushima in Japan, but scientists are unsure of exactly where it’s coming from. One of the first firefighters to reach the plant, Narumi Suzuki, told the BBC of his shock on seeing the extent of damage.

“When I saw the building itself for the first time, there were piles of rubble. It was much worse than expected when we first set eyes on it. I and other five firefighters were frightened, but it’s a team we trust each other and carried out the operation.”

A urgent United Nation’s appeal for funds to help people feeing the conflicting Ivory Coast has met with little response. The UN had been seeking 30 million dollars, but so far it received only 7 million and will run out food for fleeing refugees within a month. The UN says it worried about the increase of using heavy weapon raid by forces loyal Laurent Gbagbo, who’s refusing to step down as a president. Imogen Foulkes reports.

Following the shelling of Abidjan market last week, in which at least 25 people died and the UN says maybe a war crime. Aid workers say this city is emptying. As desperate inhabitants, many women and children try to flee. Most are taking nothing with them. Meanwhile, the UN has almost nothing to give them. A totally unacceptable situation. Aid agency say, as Ivory Coast descends into what some are already calling it civil war.

President Obama is in El Salvador on the third and final leg of his Latin American tour. Talks with president Mauricio Funes have been expected to focus on measure to tackle rising drug and gun related violence in El Salvador and other central American nations. Mr. Obama is also likely to discuss the states’ around 2 million Salvadorians in the United States.

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BBC News with Gaenor Howells

The Nato military alliance has agreed to enforce an arms embargo against Libya, the organisation’s first formal task in the international operation there. Nato ships and aircraft have been assembled in the central Mediterranean to take on the responsibility. However, differences remain as to who should be in charge of the international operation in Libya as Chris Morris reports.

Nato ambassadors have been meeting on a daily basis to try to agree on the role the alliance should play in Libya. On the question of command and control of the entire military operation, there was only this pre-recorded statement from the Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

“Nato has completed plans to help enforce the no-fly zone, to bring our contribution if needed in a clearly defined manner to the broad international effort to protect the people of Libya from the violence of the Gaddafi regime.”

In other words, no agreement yet. Many countries are skeptical, including Turkey, which wants any Nato mission to be much more straightly defined.

The United States, Britain and France have issued statements, agreeing that Nato should play a role in the command structure of the military operation in Libya. But France is still resisting moves to put Nato in overall command.

Forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi have continued to launch ground attacks inside Libya despite the international operation to protect civilians there. Earlier, an American warplane taking part in the operation crashed in the desert near the rebel stronghold of Benghazi; both crewmen were rescued. Kevin Connolly reports.

The F-15 Eagle Fighter came down in the desert in frankly rebel-held territory not far from the opposition centre of Benghazi. It has suffered from a simple technical failure and was not shot down, according to the Americans, who sent a Marine Corps team by helicopter from the sheet in the Mediterranean to rescue the crew. And there are operations continued so to do the fighting. Rebel forces, enthusiastic but not well-drilled, went again to Ajdabya, but appeared unable to dislodge government forces there. And military units loyal to Colonel Gaddafi are reportedly continuing to besiege the major central city of Misurata with artillery bombardment and sniper fire.

The President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has warned that any attempt at a military coup will lead to civil war. The president said he’d step down by January next year, but only after organising parliamentary elections. His offer was rejected by the Yemeni opposition, which wants him to leave immediately. The Arab League has been discussing the Yemen’s situation. The Deputy Secretary General Ahmed Ben Helli issued a statement.

“We condemn the crime that’s occurred and we are calling a peaceful dialogue in a framework that appeals to the Yemeni people and call for the authorities to respond positively to the demands of the Yemeni people.”

You are listening to the World News from the BBC.

The International Atomic Energy Agency says radiation is still leaking from the earthquake-stricken nuclear plant at Fukushima in Japan. But scientists are unsure of exactly where it’s coming from. One of the first firefighters to reach the plant, Narumi Suzuki, told the BBC of his shock on seeing the extent of the damage.

“When I saw the building itself for the first time, there were piles of rubble. It was much worse than we’d expected when we first set eyes on it. I and the other fighters were frightened. But as a team, we trusted each other and carried out the operation.”

An urgent United Nations appeal for funds to help people fleeing the conflict in Ivory Coast has met with little response. The UN had been seeking $30m but has so far received only $7m and will run out of food for fleeing refugees within months. The UN says it’s worried about the increased use of heavy weaponry by forces loyal to Laurent Gbagbo, who’s refusing to step down as president. Imogen Foulkes reports.

Following the shelling of an Abidjan market last week, in which at least 25 people died, an act of the UN says it may be a war crime. Aid workers say the city is emptying as desperate inhabitants, many of them women and children, try to flee; most are taking nothing with them. Meanwhile, the UN has almost nothing to give them, a totally unacceptable situation, aid agencies say, as Ivory Coast descends into what some are already calling a civil war.

President Obama is in El Salvador on the third and final leg of his Latin American tour. Talks with President Mauricio Funes are expected to focus on measures to tackle rising drug-and gun-related violence in El Salvador and other Central American nations. Mr Obama is also likely to discuss the status of / around two million Salvadorans in the United States.

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1: The NATO military allies have agreed to enfoeces arms and buggles against Libya ,the orgnazitions's first formal international task in the international operation there .NATO ships and aircraft have been sent in the central Mediterranean to take the responsibility. Howerever,differeces remain in who should be in charge of the international operation in Libya as Cris Mores reports .NATO  learders have been meeting on daily basis ,try to agree on the role of the ally should play in Libya  ,on the question of command and control of the entrie military operation ,there was only this pre-statement  from the Secretry General Andrew RIsmerson.NATO has complete planes to help enforce the no flyzone,to bring our contribution ,if  needed ,in a clear defined manner to the broad international effort to protect the poeple of Lybian from  the violence of the Gaddafie's machine.'In another words,on agreement yet,many countries remain  skeptical,inculuding Turkey ,which wants any NATO country to be much more strickly defined.The United Stated ,Britan and France  have issued the statements have  agreed that NATO should play a role in the command strucure of the military   operation  in Libya,but France says  still resisting moves  to put  NATO in overall command.Forces loyal to Cononel Gaddafie have continued to launch ground attack inside Libya,despite the international operation  to protecte the civilians there.Earlier,an American warplane,taking part  in the operation ,crashed in the dessert near the rebel stronghold of Benghazi.Both crewmen were rescued.15 Eagle Fighter come down in the dessert in frendily rebelheld territory not far from the opposition center  Benghazi.It suffered a simple technical failure and it was not shot down according the Americans,who sent a marine co-team by helicopter from shelter in Mediterranean to rescue the crew.As air-operatins continue,so too the fighting,rebel forces , enthuastic ,but  not will withdraw xx, appear to able to dislouge goverment forces there.A military united loyal to Gaddafie are reportedly continuing to beseaze the major centeral  city fo x with artillery  bomb on fire .

2:The president of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh has warned any attempt to military lead to a cicil war,the president said he will step down by Jenuary next year,but only orgnizing the parlimentery election next year.His offer was rejected by the Yemenese oppositin which wants him to leave immediatedly .The Arabic League has been discussing the situation.The deputy Secretry General x issued the statement.we condemed the crime that occured ,we calling a peacefu dialogue in a framework that appeals to the Yemenses peopole and  call the authority to response positivly the demand of Yemenese people.

3:The international Atomic Energy Agency says rediation is still leeking from the earthquake-strikken nuclear  plant at Fokushima in Japan ,but scientists want to assure exactly  where it is  coming from ,one of the first firefighters to reach the plant Noaomiroki told the bbc he was shocked on sene to see the damage.when i saw the building for the first time,there were xand x with much worst expecting when me on the first eye on it ,I and the other firefighters were frightened,but the team we trust each other and  carried out the operation .

4:An ergent UN's appeal for funds to help people fleeting the conflicts in Ivroy Coast has made little response.The UN had been seeking 13 millions dollars but so far only recived seven million and will run out of food for fleeting fefugees with month.The UN said it worried about the use of the heavy weapon  by forces loyal to x,who refused to step down as president.follwing the shelling in a market last week,in which at  leat 25 people died and as the UN says may be there warcrimes,8 worker say the city is  empty and desperating habitants , many women and children try to fleet .Most are taking nothing with them meanwhile the UN has almost nothing to give them , a totoally unacceptible situation.Aid agency say as Ivory Coast xx,it has already calling a civil war.

5:President Obama is now in El Salvador on  the third and final leg of his Latin American tour.Talks with presidens x are expected to focous on measures to tackle rising drug and gun ralated violence in El Salvador  and other central Latin nations .Mr.Obama is also  likely to discuss  the status of about two million  Salvadornese in the US.
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“We condemn the crime that’s occurred and we are calling a peaceful dialogue in a framework that appeals to the Yemeni people and call for the authorities to respond positively to the demands of the Yemeni people.”You are listening to the World News from the BBC.The International Atomic Energy Agency says radiation is still leaking from the earthquake-stricken nuclear plant at Fukushima in Japan. But scientists are unsure of exactly where it’s coming from. One of the first firefighters to reach the plant, Narumi Suzuki, told the BBC of his shock on seeing the extent of the damage. “When I saw the building itself for the first time, there were piles of rubble. It was much worse than we’d expected when we first set eyes on it. I and the other fighters were frightened. But as a team, we trusted each other and carried out the operation.”An urgent United Nations appeal for funds to help people fleeing the conflict in Ivory Coast has met with little response. The UN had been seeking $30m but has so far received only $7m and will run out of food for fleeing refugees within months. The UN says it’s worried about the increased use of heavy weaponry by forces loyal to Laurent Gbagbo, who’s refusing to step down as president. Imogen Foulkes reports. Following the shelling of an Abidjan market last week, in which at least 25 people died, an act of the UN says it may be a war crime. Aid workers say the city is emptying as desperate inhabitants, many of them women and children, try to flee; most are taking nothing with them. Meanwhile, the UN has almost nothing to give them, a totally unacceptable situation, aid agencies say, as Ivory Coast descends into some are already calling a civil war. President Obama is in El Salvador on the third and final leg of his Latin American tour. Talks with President Mauricio Funes are expected to focus on measures to tackle rising drug-and gang-related violence in El Salvador and other Central American nations. Mr Obama is also likely to discuss the state of some around two million Salvadorans in the United States.
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BBC News with Gaenor Howells
The NATO military alliance has agreed to enforce arms embargo against Libya, the organization's first form task in the international operation there. NATO ships and aircrafts have been assembled in the central Mediterranean to take on the responsibility. However, differences remain as who should in charge of the international operation in Libya. As xx reports:

Nato ambassadors have been meeting on a daily basis to try to agree on the role the alliance should play in Libya. On the question of command and control of the entire military operation, there was only this pre-recorded statement from the Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

NATO has completely plans to help enforce the no-fly zone, to bring our contribution if needed. In a clearly defined manner to the broad international effect to protect the people of Libya from the violence off the Gaddafi regime.

In other words, no agreement yet. Many countries are skeptical, including Turkey, which wants any NATO mission to be much more straightly defined.

The United. States, Britain and France have issued statement agree that the NATO should play a role in the comas structure of the military operation in Libya, but France is still resisting moves to put NATO in overall command.

Forces loyal to Col Gaddafi have continued to launch ground attacks inside Libya despite the international operation to protect civilians there. Earlier, an American war plan taking part in the operation crashed in the desert near the rebel strong held Bengazi, both crewmen were rescued.  Kevin Connolly reports:

There is 15 eagle fighter came down the desert in friendly rebel held territory, no far from the   opposition centre of Bengazi. It is suffered a simply technical failure that was not shut down according to the Americans, twho sent a Marine Corps team by helicopter from the sheet in the Mediterranean to rescue the crew. And there are operations continued so to do the fighting. Rebel forces, enthusiastic but not well-drilled, went again to Ajdabya, but appeared unable to dislodge government forces there. And military units loyal to Colonel Gaddafi are reportedly continuing to besiege the major central city of Misurata with artillery bombardment and sniper fire.

The President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh,has warned that any attempt to military coup will lead to civil war. The president said he step down by January next year, but only after organizing parliamentary elections. His offer was rejected by the Yemeni opposition, which wants him to leave immediately. The Arab League has been discussing the Yemen’s situation. The Deputy Secretary General Ahmed Ben Helli issued a statement.

“We condemn the crime that’s occurred and we are calling a peaceful dialogue in a framework that appeals to the Yemeni people and call for the authorities to respond positively to the demands of the Yemeni people.”You are listening to the World News from the BBC.The International Atomic Energy Agency says radiation is still leaking from the earthquake stricken nuclear plant at Fukushima in Japan. But scientists are unsure of exactly where it’s coming from. One of the first fire fighters to reach the plant, Narumi Suzuki, told the BBC of his shock on seeing the extent of the damage. “When I saw the building itself for the first time, there were piles of rubble. It was much worse than we’d expected when we first set eyes on it. I and the other fighters were frightened. But as a team, we trusted each other and carried out the operation.”An urgent United Nations appeal for funds to help people fleeing the conflict in Ivory Coast has met with little response. The UN had been seeking 30 million dollars but has so far received only 7 million dollars and will run out of food for fleeing refugees within months. The UN says it’s worried about the increased use of heavy weaponry by forces loyal to Laurent Gbagbo, who’s refusing to step down as president. Imogen Foulkes reports. Following the shelling of an Abidjan market last week, in which at least 25 people died, an act of the UN says it may be a war crime. Aid workers say the city is emptying as desperate inhabitants, many of them women and children, try to flee; most are taking nothing with them. Meanwhile, the UN has almost nothing to give them, a totally unacceptable situation, aid agencies say, as Ivory Coast descends into some are already calling a civil war. President Obama is in El Salvador on the third and final leg of his Latin American tour. Talks with President Mauricio Funes are expected to focus on measures to tackle rising drug and gang-related violence in El Salvador and other Central American nations. Mr Obama is also likely to discuss the state of some around two million Salvadorans in the United States. BBC News
“We condemn the crime that’s occurred and we are calling a peaceful dialogue in a framework that appeals to the Yemeni people and call for the authorities to respond positively to the demands of the Yemeni people.”You are listening to the World News from the BBC.The International Atomic Energy Agency says radiation is still leaking from the earthquake-stricken nuclear plant at Fukushima in Japan. But scientists are unsure of exactly where it’s coming from. One of the first firefighters to reach the plant, Narumi Suzuki, told the BBC of his shock on seeing the extent of the damage. “When I saw the building itself for the first time, there were piles of rubble. It was much worse than we’d expected when we first set eyes on it. I and the other fighters were frightened. But as a team, we trusted each other and carried out the operation.”An urgent United Nations appeal for funds to help people fleeing the conflict in Ivory Coast has met with little response. The UN had been seeking $30m but has so far received only $7m and will run out of food for fleeing refugees within months. The UN says it’s worried about the increased use of heavy weaponry by forces loyal to Laurent Gbagbo, who’s refusing to step down as president. Imogen Foulkes reports. Following the shelling of an Abidjan market last week, in which at least 25 people died, an act of the UN says it may be a war crime. Aid workers say the city is emptying as desperate inhabitants, many of them women and children, try to flee; most are taking nothing with them. Meanwhile, the UN has almost nothing to give them, a totally unacceptable situation, aid agencies say, as Ivory Coast descends into some are already calling a civil war. President Obama is in El Salvador on the third and final leg of his Latin American tour. Talks with President Mauricio Funes are expected to focus on measures to tackle rising drug-and gang-related violence in El Salvador and other Central American nations. Mr Obama is also likely to discuss the state of some around two million Salvadorans in the United States.
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BBC news with Gaenor Howells.
The NATO military alliance has agreed to enforce an arm embargo against Libya, the organization’s first and formal task in the international operation there. The NATO ships and air crafts has been assembled in the central Mediterranean to take on the responsibility. However, differences remain as who should be in charge of the international operation in Libya, as Christ M. reports.

NATO ambassadors has meeting on a daily basis, try to agree on the role the alliance should play in Libya on the question of command and control of the entire military operation. There was only this pre-recorded statement from the secretary general Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

“NATO has completely plans to help enfense no-fly zone to bring our contribution, if needed, in a clearly defend manner to the broad international effort to protect the people of Libya from the violence of the Gaddafi regime.”

In another word, no agreement yet. Many countries are skeptical, including Turkey which wants any NATO nation to be much more strictly defined.

The United States, Britain and France agree that NATO should play a role in the command structure of the military operation in Libya, but France said still resisting move to bring NATO in an overall command.

Forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi have continued to launch ground attacks inside Libya despite the international operation to protect civilians there. Earlier, an American warplane taking in part of the operation crashed in the desert near the rebel strong hold in Benghazi. (汗,万幸。。。) Both crew members were rescued. Steven Connolly reports.

The F-15 eagle fighter came down in desert to the friendly rebel held territory not far from the opposition center in Benghazi. It is suffered a simple technical failure but not shot down according to American. It sent a marine crop team by helicopter from the ship of Mediterranean to rescue the crew. And there are operation continue close to the fighting. Rebel forces enthusiasts but not over drilled against Ajdabiya appeared unable on to dislodge government forces there. A military unites loyal to Colonel Gaddafi are reportedly continue to besiege the major central city of Misturata with artilleries bombardment and sniper fire.

The president of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has warned any attempt to military coul that lead to military civil war. The president said he stepped down by Jan. next year, but only after organizing parliamentary election. He is also was rejected by the Yemeni opposition who want him to leave immediately. The Arab league has been discussing the Yemen situation, the deputy secretary general Ahmed issued a statement.

“We condemn the crime that occurred and we calling for a peaceful dialog in a framework that appealed to the Yemeni people and call for the authority to response positively to the demand of Yemeni people.”

You are listening to the world news from the BBC.

The International Atomic Energy Agency says radiation is still leaking from the earthquake stricken nuclear plant at Fukushima in Japan. But scientists are unsure exactly where it comes from. One of the first fire fighter reach to the plant,**, told BBC of his shock on scene the extent of the damage.

“When I saw the building itself for the first time, there were piles of rubble which was much worse than we expected when we first set eyes on it. I and the other fire fighters were frightened, but in the team, we trust each other, and carried out the operation.”

An urgent to United Nation’s appeal for funds to help people fleeing the conflict in Ivory Coast has met with little response. The UN has been seeking 13 million dollars, but so far has received only seven million and will run out of food for fleeing refugees within a month. The UN says it is worry about the increase use of weapon rate by forces loyal to Laurent Gbagbo who refuse to step down as president. I. Fuks report.

Following the shelling in Abidjan marked last week which at least 25 people died and as the UN says maybe a war crime. Aid workers say the city is empty in and desperate habitants, many of them are women and children try to flee. Most are taking nothing with them, meanwhile the Un has almost nothing to give them. A totally unacceptable situation, aid agency says, as Ivory Coast descents into some are already calling civil war.

President Obama is in El Salvador on the 3rd and final leg of his Latin American tour. Talk with president Mauricio Funes, are respected to focus on measures to tackle rising drug and gun related violence in El Salvador and other Latin American countries. Mr. Obama is also likely to discuss the states of around 2 million of Salvadorans in the United States. BBC news.
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BBC News with Gaenor Howells.

The NATO military ally has agree to enforce an arms-embargo against Libya,the organization's first formal task in the international operation there.NATO ships and aircraft have been assembled in the central Mediterranean to take on the responsibility.However,differences remain as to who should be in charge of the international operation in Libya,as Christ Morris reports.

NATO ambassadors have been meeting on a daily basis to try to agree on the role the ally should play in Libya.On the question of command and control of the entire military operation,there was only this pre-recorded statement from the Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

NATO has completed plans to help enforce the no-fly zone,to bring our contribution,if needed,in a clearly defined manner,to the broad of international effort,to protect the people of Lybia from the violence of the Gaddafi regime.

In other words,no agreement yet.Many countries are skeptical,including Turkey,which wants any NATO mission to be much more strictly defined.

The United States,Britain and France have issued statements,agreeing that NATO should play a role in the command structure of the military operation in Libya.But France is still resisting moves to put NATO in overall command.

Forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi have continued to launch ground attacks inside Libya,despite the international operation to protect civilians there.Earlier,an America war plane,taking part of the operation,crashed in the desert near the stronghold of Benghazi.Both crew men were rescued.Kevin Connolly reports...讨厌必须突然中断 =。=
                                                   
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BBC News with Gaenor Howells.
The Nato military alliance has agreed to enforce alarms embargo against Libya - the organization's first formal task in the international operation there. Nato ships and aircraft have been assembled in the central Mediterranean to take on the responsibility. However, differences remain as to who should be in charge of the international operation in Libya, as Chris Morris reports.
Nato ambassadors have been meeting on a daily basis to try to agree on the role the alliance should play on Libya. On the question of command and control of the entire military operation, there was only this pre-recorded statement from the Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.
"Nato has completed plans to help enforce the no-fly zone, to bring our contribution if needed, in a clearly defined manner, to the broad international efforts to protect the people of Libya from the violence of the Gaddafi *."
In other words, no agreement yet. Many countries are skeptical, including Turkey which wants any Nato mission to be much more strictly defined.

The United States, Britain and France have issued statements agreeing that Nato should play a role in the command structure of the military operation in Libya, but France is still resisting moves to put Nato in overall command.

Forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi have continued to launch ground attacks inside Libya despite the international operation to protect civilians there.

Earlier an American warplane taking part in the operation crashed in the desert near the rebel stronghold of Benghazi. Both crewmen were rescued. Kevin Connolly reports.
Their 15-Eagle fighter came down to the desert in friendly rebel-held territory, not far from the opposition center of Benghazi. It had suffered a simple technical failure and was not shot down according to the Americans, who sent a marine-call team by helicopter from a ship in the Mediterranean to rescue the crew. As their operations continued so to do the fighting, rebel forces enthusiastic but not well-drilled, went again to Ajdabiya, that appeared unable to dislodge government forces there. A military unit loyal to Colonel Gaddafi are reportedly continued to besiege the major center city of Misrata, with artillery bombardment and sniper fire.

The president of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh has waned that any attempt at a military coup would lead to a civil war. The President said he'd step down by January next year, but only after organizing parliamentary elections. His offer was rejected by the Yemeni opposition which wants him to leave immediately. The Arab League has been discussing the Yemen situation. The deputy Secretary General Ahmed Ben Helli issued the statement.
"We condemn the crime that's occurred and we're calling for a peaceful dialogue in a framework that appeals to the Yemeni people, and call for the authorities to respond positively to the demands of the Yemeni people."

You are listening to the World News from the BBC.

The International Atomic Energy Agency says radiation is still leaking from the earthquake stricken nuclear plant at Fukushima in Japan. But scientists are unsure exactly where it's coming from. One of the first firefighters who reach the plant Naromi Suzuki told the BBC of his shock on seeing the extent of the damage.
"When I saw the building itself for the first time, there were piles of rubble. It was much worse than we expected when we first set eyes on it. I and the other firefighters were frightened. But as a team, we trusted each other and carried out the operation."

An urgent United Nations appeal for funds to help people fleeing the conflict in Ivory Coast has met with little response. The UN had been seeking $30 million but has so far received only 7 million, and will run out of food for fleeing refugees within a month. The UN says it's worried about the increased use of heavy weaponry by forces loyal to Laurent Gbagbo, who's refusing to step down as President. Imogen Foulkes reports.
Following the shelling of an Abidjan market last week, in which at least 25 people died, an act the UN says may be a war crime, aid workers say the city is emptying, as desperate inhabitants, many of them women and children, try to flee. Most are taking nothing with them. Meanwhile, the UN has almost nothing to give them. "A totally unacceptable situation," aid agency say, as Ivory Coast descends into what some are already calling "civil war".

President Obama is in El Salvador on the third and final leg of his Latin American tour. Talks with President Mauricio Funes, * to focus on measures to tackle rising drug and gang related violence in El Salvador and other Central American nations. Mr. Obama is also likely to discuss the status of around 2 million Salvadorans in the United States.
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BBC News with Gaenor Howells

The Nato military alliance has agreed to enforce an arms embargo against Libya, the organisation’s first formal task in the international operation there. Nato ships and aircraft have been assembled in the central Mediterranean to take on the responsibility. However, differences remain as to who should be in charge of the international operation in Libya as Chris Morris reports.

Nato ambassadors have been meeting on a daily basis to try to agree on the role the alliance should play in Libya. On the question of command and control of the entire military operation, there was only this pre-recorded statement from the Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

“Nato has completed plans to help enforce the no-fly zone, to bring our contribution if needed in a clearly defined manner to the broad international effort to protect the people of Libya from the violence of the Gaddafi regime.”

In other words, no agreement yet. Many countries are skeptical, including Turkey, which wants any Nato mission to be much more straightly defined.

The United States, Britain and France have issued statements, agreeing that Nato should play a role in the command structure of the military operation in Libya. But France is still resisting moves to put Nato in overall command.

Forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi have continued to launch ground attacks inside Libya despite the international operation to protect civilians there. Earlier, an American warplane taking part in the operation crashed in the desert near the rebel stronghold of Benghazi; both crewmen were rescued. Kevin Connolly reports.

The F-15 Eagle Fighter came down in the desert in frankly rebel-held territory not far from the opposition centre of Benghazi. It has suffered a simple technical failure and was not shot down, according to the Americans, who sent a Marine Corps team by helicopter from the sheet in the Mediterranean to rescue the crew. And there are operations continued so to do the fighting. Rebel forces, enthusiastic but not well-drilled, went again to Ajdabya, but appeared unable to dislodge government forces there. And military units loyal to Colonel Gaddafi are reportedly continuing to besiege the major central city of Misurata with artillery bombardment and sniper fire.

The President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has warned that any attempt at a military coup will lead to civil war. The president said he’d step down by January next year, but only after organising parliamentary elections. His offer was rejected by the Yemeni opposition, which wants him to leave immediately. The Arab League has been discussing the Yemen’s situation. The Deputy Secretary General Ahmed Ben Helli issued a statement.

“We condemn the crime that’s occurred and we are calling a peaceful dialogue in a framework that appeals to the Yemeni people and call for the authorities to respond positively to the demands of the Yemeni people.”

You are listening to the World News from the BBC.

The International Atomic Energy Agency says radiation is still leaking from the earthquake-stricken nuclear plant at Fukushima in Japan. But scientists are unsure of exactly where it’s coming from. One of the first firefighters to reach the plant, Narumi Suzuki, told the BBC of his shock on seeing the extent of the damage.

“When I saw the building itself for the first time, there were piles of rubble. It was much worse than we’d expected when we first set eyes on it. I and the other fighters were frightened. But as a team, we trusted each other and carried out the operation.”

An urgent United Nations appeal for funds to help people fleeing the conflict in Ivory Coast has met with little response. The UN had been seeking $30m but has so far received only $7m and will run out of food for fleeing refugees within months. The UN says it’s worried about the increased use of heavy weaponry by forces loyal to Laurent Gbagbo, who’s refusing to step down as president. Imogen Foulkes reports.

Following the shelling of an Abidjan market last week, in which at least 25 people died, an act that the UN says may be a war crime. Aid workers say the city is emptying as desperate inhabitants, many of them women and children, try to flee; most are taking nothing with them. Meanwhile, the UN has almost nothing to give them, a totally unacceptable situation, aid agencies say, as Ivory Coast descends into what some are already calling a civil war.

President Obama is in El Salvador on the third and final leg of his Latin American tour. Talks with President Mauricio Funes are expected to focus on measures to tackle rising drug-and gun-related violence in El Salvador and other Central American nations. Mr Obama is also likely to discuss the status of / around two million Salvadorans in the United States.

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BBC news with Gana Harvards.
The NATO military aligns said agreement forces against Libya, the organization's first formal task in the international operation there. NATO shapes aircraft to be symbolled to the central of mediterruin to take on the responsibility. However differences remain who should be in charge of the international operation in Libya. Hashi Cresrimas reports.
NATO ambassadors had been meeting on a daily basis to try to agree on the rule be aligned should play in Libya. On the question of commander and control of the entire military operation, there was only this pro-recorded statement from the Secretary General Andrewful Fuments.
"NATO has completed its plans to help enforce the no-fly zone, to bring our contribution if needed in a clearly defined manner to the broad international effort to protect the people of Libya from the violence of the Gaddafi's machine. "
In another words, no agreement yet. Many countries are skeptical including Turkey which wants any NATO motion to be much more strictly defined.

The US, Britain and France said this statements agreed that NATO should play a role of the command structure to help the military in Libya, but France was still resisting moves to put NATO in an over-round command.

Forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi have continued to launch ground attacks insides of Libya despite the international operation to protest civilians there. Earlier, an American warplane taking parting of the operation crashed in the dessert near the rebel stronghold of Banghazi. Both crewmen were rescued. Calvin Colonel reports.
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The president of Yemen, Al Abdullah Saleh, has warned that any attempt to the military cool will lead a civil war. The president said he would step down by January next year, but only after organizing parliament elections. His offer was rejected by the Yemeni opposition which wants to see him leave immediately.
The Arab League has been discussing the Yemen situation. The Decorating Security General Alanbeen Hamy is using his statement.
"We condemned the crime that circled we calling for a peaceful dialogue in a framework disappears to the Yemeni people and called for the authorities to response positively to the demands of the Yemeni people.

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The international Atommony Agency says radiation is still leaking form the earthquake stricken nuclear plant at Fukushima  in Japan. But scientists surround assured exactly where it's coming from. One of first fire fighters to reach the plant, Al Zuki, told the BBC of his shock on seeing the extend of the damage.
"When I saw the building itself for the first time, there were pills and rebel,which are much worth to me expects when we first isolate it. I and other five fighters were frightened but as a team we trusted each other and carried out the operation."

An urging showed united nation's pill, for fond's to help people fleeing the conflicts in Ivory Coast has military response. The UN has been seeking 13 million dollars but so far received only 7 million and will run out of food for fleeing refugees within month. The UN said it worried about the increased weapon ree by forces loyal to Loyon Bagebu, who is refusing to step down as president. Emergen focus reports.

Following the shelling of an Abidjan market last week which at least 25 people died and in act the UN says maybe a war crime. 8 workers see the city is empty in. As desperating heaven tens many of the women and children try to flee, most are taking nothing with them. Meanwhile the UN has almost nothing to give them. a total unacceptable situation, Adle Agency say, as Ivory coast descents into Watersuma already calling civil war.

President Obama is in his Solovedual on the third and final league of his Latin America control. Talks with president Marry Salisfolis are respected to focus on measures to attack rising drug and gun-related violence in Solavedual Hadark central of American nations. Mr Obama, he is also liking to discuss the states of around 2 million southern dollars in the US.

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