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BBC News with Sue Montgomery

There have been further disturbances in parts of Britain after the unprecedented wave of rioting and looting that brought chaos to several cities on Monday night. Several hundred youths are reported to have clashed with riot police in central Manchester, where a large store has been set on fire. A short while ago, the BBC correspondent there, Arif Ansari, gave us details about the clashes.

I'm currently at Piccadilly, which is the main street through Manchester city centre. There are running battles going on now between the police and around two dozen young men and women - youths, teenagers - under the age of 20. The police are running after them. I see one young man who is seriously injured on the floor. There's no ambulance here, but there are just police who are walking past, and he seems to be very hurt.

There have also been a number of incidents in the Birmingham area, where youths broke shop windows and set fire to cars. The police have greatly increased their presence on the streets following Monday night's trouble. The decision came after a high-level security meeting chaired by the Prime Minister David Cameron. Here's our political correspondent Norman Smith.

The option of adopting a more aggressive continental approach with the use of curfews, water cannon and even rubber bullets has for now been rejected. Instead, there will be a massive increase in police numbers with 16,000 officers on the capital's streets. There will also be a much more aggressive approach towards arresting troublemakers and a fast-track judicial process to ensure those arrested appear in court within hours.

[The official] police watchdog has said there's no evidence to suggest that Mark Duggan, the man whose death sparked the riots, fired at armed police before they shot him. It said it appeared a handgun found nearby had not been used. An inquest has opened into Mr Duggan's death. It heard that he'd been killed by a single gunshot to the chest. The BBC has been told that the police marksmen had perceived a threat to life when they tried to arrest Mr Duggan, who was a passenger in a minibus taxi. Police say the officers involved have been taken off firearms duties.

The United States Federal Reserve has announced that it will hold interest rates near their current level of nearly zero for at least two more years in another effort to help the domestic economy and to calm widespread fears on the markets. It's the first time the Fed has pledged to keep rates so low for a specific period. Here's Duncan Bartlett.

The falls in American share prices have been so sustained that the Fed felt it had to do something dramatic to change the pessimistic mood. The bank will be hoping it has more credibility with the market than government and politicians, whose messy compromise over raising America's debt ceiling was one of the main reasons behind the recent market rout. Many economists worry that America and Europe's debt problems combined could lead to another global recession.

World News from the BBC

The Libyan government has accused Nato forces of killing 85 civilians in an attack on a village in western Libya on Monday. Nato said its target was a military facility and could not confirm any civilian casualties at this stage. The BBC's Matthew Price was among the journalists who were taken to the scene by the Libyan government.

Our government minders first took us to a remote collection of buildings south of the town of Zlitan. There has clearly been a series of air strikes. The Libyan information minister told us 85 civilians were killed here, that everything about the place was civilian. Later, we were taken to a morgue, about 30 white body bags lay inside. Those that were opened for us contained mostly the bodies of men of fighting age. We were also shown two dead children. The bodies of two women were also displayed.

Scientists say some European species of mice have developed resistance to the strongest pest control by crossbreeding with an entirely different species. Such interbreeding is usually limited because the offspring are sterile. Here's our science reporter Matt McGrath.

Rodents have been slowly evolving resistance to pesticides since they were first used in the 1950s. But scientists now say that German and Spanish house mice have found a rapid method of overcoming the threat by crossbreeding with desert-dwelling Algerian mice, entirely distinct species. Normally this type of interbreeding produces sterile offspring, but this time some fertile female hybrids survived, and as a result the majority of mice in Spain and a growing number in Germany now have genetic protection against poison.

The United Nations children's organisation Unicef has warned that Pakistan could become one of the world's last outposts of polio with 63 new cases reported this year. It said almost one third of the cases were detected in the southwestern province of Balochistan, where the virus is spreading to areas previously not infected.

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latonars在 整理的生词:
marksman n. 神枪手 someone who can shoot a gun very well

pessimistic adj. 悲观的 expecting that bad things will happen in the future or that something will have a bad result

minder (BrE) n. 保镖 someone who is employed to protect another person

offspring n. 后代 an animal's baby or babies (plural) offspring

sterile adj. 不孕的 a person or animal that is sterile cannot produce babies

rodent n. 啮齿目动物

pesticide n. 除害药物 a chemical substance used to kill insects and small animals that destroy crops

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BBC News with Sue Montgomery

There’ve been further disturbances in parts of Britain after the unprecedented wave of riot and looting---the broad chaos to several cities on Monday night. Several hundred youth was reported to have clashed with riot police in central Manchester, where a large store has been set on fire. A short while ago, a BBC correspondent there * give us details about the clashes.

*** which is through Manchester’s city centre. There were running battle ** between the police. ** men and women, ** teenagers under the age of 20 **. I see one young man who’s seriously injured on the floor. No one is being there. But there are just police walking ***.(完全听崩溃了。。。)

There’ve also been numbers of incidents and the burning in * where youth broke shop windows and set fire to cars. The police have greatly increased their presence on the streets following Monday night’s trouble. The decision came after a high-level security meeting chaired by the Prime Minister David Cameron. Here’s our political correspondent Norman Smith.

The option of adopting a more aggressive continental approach with the use of curfews, water cannon and even rubber bullets has for now been rejected. Instead, there’ll be a massive increase in police numbers with 60,000 officers on the capital streets. There’ll also be a much more aggressive approach towards arresting trouble-makers and a far strict judicial process to ensure those arrested appear in court within hours.

police watchdog said there’s no evidence to suggest that Mac Dugan, the man whose death spackled the riots, fired at armed police before they shot him. It’s said ** gun found nearby had not been used. An inquest has opened into Mr. Dugan’s death. It heard he’d been killed by a single gunshot in the chest. The BBC has been told that the police marksmen had perceived a threat to life when they tried to arrest Mr. Dugan who’s a passenger in a mini-bus taxi. * say the officers involved have been taken off fire arms duties.

The United States Federal Reserve has announced that it will hold interest rates near their current level of nearly zero for at least two more years---another effort to help the domestic economy and to calm widespread fears in the markets. It’s the first time the Fed has pledged to keep rates so low for a specific period. Here’s *.

The fall of American share prices have been so sustained that the Fed felt it had to do something dramatic to change the pessimistic mood. The bank will be hoping it has more credibility with the market and government and politicians whose messy compromise over raising America’s debt ceiling was one of the main reasons behind the recent market rout. Many economists worried that America and Europe’s debt problems combined could lead to another global recession.

World News from the BBC

The Libyan government has accused Nato forces of killing 85 civilians in an attack in a village in western Libya on Monday. Nato said its target was a military facility and could not confirm any civilian casualties in the stage. The BBC’s Mathew * was among the journalists who were taken into the scene by the Libyan government.

Our government * first took us to a remote collection of buildings, south of the town of *. There have really been serious air strikes. The Libya information minister told us 85 civilian were killed here and everything about the place was civilian. Later we were taken to a wall about 30 * height. Most of the wall opened for us contains mostly the bodies of men of fighting age. We were also shown two dead children. The bodies of two women were also displayed.

Scientists say some Europeans species of mice have developed resistance to the strongest pest-control by crossbreeding with entirely different species. Such inter-breeding is usually limited because the offspring will stand out. Here’s our scientist reporter Mac*.

* have been slowly involving resistance to pesticides since they have been used in the 1950s. But scientists now say that German and Spanish house mice have found a rapid method of overcoming the threats by crossbreeding with desert ** mice, entirely distinct species. Normally this type of interbreeding produces * offspring, but this time some fertile female * survived and as a result of majority mice in Spain and a growing number in Germany, they now have genetic protection against poison.

The United Nations Children’s Organization-UNICEF has warned that Pakistan could become one of the world’s last outpost of polio with 63 new cases reported this year. It said almost 1/3 of the cases were detected in the southwestern province of Balochistan with virus spreading to areas previously not being infected.

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BBC news with Sue Montgomery.
There have been further disturbances in parts of Britain after the unprecedented wave of rioting and looting that brought chaos to several cities on Monday night. Several hundred youths are reported to have clash with riot police in central Manchester where a large store has been set on fire. A short while ago, the BBC correspondent there ** gave us details about the clashes.
Now I am ** peaked which ** through Manchester city center. There are running battles going there between the police and two ** men and women, usually teenagers under the age of twenty. Police are ** them.  I see one young man who is seriously injured on the spot. There is no ambulance there. But just a police ** walking over ** there.
There have also been a number of incidents in the Birmingham area where youth broke shop windows and set fire to cars. The police have greatly increased the presence on the street following Monday night’s trouble. The decision came after a high-level security meeting chaired by the Prime Minister David Cameron. Here is our political correspondent Norman Smith.
The option of adopting a more aggressive continental approach with the use of curfews, water cannoning and even rubber bullets has for now been rejected. Instead, there’ll be a massive increase in police numbers with 16,000 officers on the capital streets. There’ll also be a much more aggressive approach towards arresting trouble makers and a fast-check judicial process to ensure those arrested appear in court within hours.
Show police watchdog said there’s no evidence to suggest that Mark Dagon, the man whose death sparked the riots, fired at armed police before they shot him. It is said it appeared a gun found nearby had not been used. An inquest has been opened into Mr. Dagon’s death. It is heard he has been killed by single gun shot to the chest. The BBC has been told the police mart men had perceived a threat to life when they tried to arrest Mr. Dagon who’s a passenger in a minibus taxi. Police say the officers involved have been taken off fire arm’s duties.
The United States Federal Reserves has announced that it will hold interest rates near the current level of nearly zero for at least two more years in another effort to help the domestic economy and to calm widespread fear in the markets. It’s the first time the Fed has pledged to keep rates so low for a specific period. Here’s Duncan Bartlett.
The fall in American share prices have been so sustain that it felt it had to do something dramatic to change the pessimistic mood. The bank will be hoping it has more credibility with the markets than government and politicians whose messy compromise over raising America’s debt ceiling was one of the main reasons behind the recent market riot. Many economists worried that America and Europe’s debt problems combined could lead to another global recession.
World news from the BBC.
The Libyan government has accused NATO forces of killing eighty-five civilians in an attack in a village in west Libya on Monday. NATO said its target was a military facility and could not confirm any civilian casualty at this stage. The BBC’s Matthew Price was among the journalists who were taken to the scene by the Libyan government.
Our government ** first took us to a remote collection of buildings, south of a town **. There has clearly been a series of **. The Libyan information minister told us eighty-five civilians were killed here, but everything about the place was civilian. Later we were taken to a mall. About 30 white body bags lay inside, most were opened for us, contains mostly the bodies of men of fighting age. We were also shown to dead children; the bodies of two women were also displayed.
Scientists say some European species of mice have developed resistance to the strongest pest control by cross breeding with an entire different species. Such interbreeding is usually limited because the offspring are sterile. Here’s our science reporter Matt Mcgrath.
Rodents have been slowly evolving resistance to pesticide since they were first used in the 1950s. But scientists now say that German and Spanish house mice have found a rapid method of overcoming the threat by cross breeding with dessert dwelling Nigerian mice, entirely distinct species. Normally, this type of interbreeding produces sterile offspring but this time some fertile female high-breeds survived. As a result, the majority of mice in Spain and a growing number in Germany now have genetic protection against poison
The Untied Nation’s Children’s Organization UNICEF has wondered that Pakistan could become one of the world’s last outposts of polio with 63 new cases reported this year. It said almost one third of the cases were detected in the southwestern province of ** where the virus is spreading to areas previously not infected.
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BBC news with Sue Montgomery.

There have been further distabances in parts of Britain after the unprecedented wave of rioting and looting that brought chaos to several cities on Monday night. Several hundred youths are reported to have clashed with riot police in central Manchester where a large store has been set on fire. A short while ago, the BBC correspondent there Alhassan Sillah gave us details about the clashes.

Currently x which is the main street through Manchester city center. There are running battle drawing on now between the police. x men and women, usually teenagers  under the age of 20 that police are running out them  . I see one young man who is seriously injured on the floor. There is no ambulance here but just the police are walking past x .
There are also a number of incidents in the Birmingham area where youths broke shop  windows  and set fire to cars. The police had greatly increased their presence on the streets following Monday night's trouble. The decision came after a high-level security meeting chaired by the prime minister David Cameron. Here's our political correspondent Norman Smith.

The option of adopting a more aggressive continental approach with the use of curfews , water cannon and even rubber bullets has for now been rejected. Instead there will be a massive increase in police numbers with 16,000 officers on the capital streets. There will  also be a much more aggressive approach towards arresting trouble-makers and a fast- track judicial process to ensure those arrested appearing in court within hours .
Show police watchdogs said there is no evidence to  suggest that Mark Duggan , the man whose death sparked the riots fired at the armed police before they shot him. It said it appeared a handgun found nearby had not been used. An inquest has opened to Mr Duggan 's death. It heard that he'd been killed by a single gunshot to the chest. The BBC has  been told that police marksmen had perceived a threat to life when they tried to arrest Mr Duggan who's a passenger in a mini-bus taxi. Police say the officers involved have been taken off firearm duties.

The United States Federal Reserve has announced that it will hold interest rates near their current level of nearly zero for at least 2 more years. In another effort to help the domestic economy and to calm widespread fears in the markets. It is the first time the Fed has pledged to keep rates so low for a specific period. Here's Duncan Bartlett.
The fall in American share prices has been so sustained that the Fed felt it has to do something dramatic to change the pessimistic mood. The bank will be hoping it has more credibility with the market and government and politicians whose massy compromise over raising America's debt ceiling was one of the main reasons behind the recent market rout. Many economists worried that America and Europe's debt problems combined could lead to another global recession.

World news from the BBC.

The Libyan government has accused Nato forces of killing 85 civilians in an attack on a villiage in western Libya on Monday. Nato said its target was a military facility and could not confirm any civilian casualties at the stage. The BBC's Matthew Price was among the journalists who were taken to the scene by the Libyan government.

Our government ministers us first took us to a remote collection of buildings south of the town of Zintan. There had previously been a series of  air strikes. The Libyan information minister told us 85 civilians were killed here , that everything about the place was civilian. Later we were taken to a x about 35 -40  bags lay in site  those were opened for us contains mostly the bodies of men of of fighting age. We were also shown two dead children, the bodies of two women were also displayed.

Scientists say some European species of mice have developed resistence to the strongest pest control by cross-breeding with an entirely different species. Such inter-breeding is usually limited because the offsprings are sterile . Here's our science reporter Matt Mcgrath.

Rodents have been slowly evolving resistence to the pesticides since they were first used in the 1950s, but scientists now say that German and Spanish house mice have found a rapid method overcoming the threat by cross-breeding with desert dwelling Algerian mice entirely distinct species. Normally this type of interbreeding produces a sterile offspring but this time some fertile female hybrids survived .   And as a  result the majority of mice in Spain and a growing number in Germany now have genetic  protection against poison.

The United Nations Children's Organization UNICEF has warned that Pakistan could become one of the world's last outpost of polio with 63 new cases reported this year. It said almost 1/3 of the cases were detected in the southwestern  province of Balochistan where  the virus is spreading  to areas previously not infected.

BBC news.
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BBC News with Sue Montgomery
There have been further disturbances in parts of Britain after the unprecedented wave of rioting and looting, the broad chaos to several cities on Monday night. Several hundred youth were reported to have clashed with riot police in central Manchester where large store has been sent on fire. A short while ago, the BBC correspondent there X gave us details about the clashes.

“… which is … through Manchester city center there are … between the police. … men and women, youth teenagers and in the age of 20. The police are running out them. I see one young man who is shot injured on the floor there’s no ambulance here. But it just police walking past and knowing it seems to be very hurt.”

There are voices about a number of incidents in the Birmingham area were youth broke shop windows and set fire to cars. The police are greatly increased the presence on the streets following Monday night’s trouble. The decision came after a high-level security meeting chaired by the Prime Minister David Cameron. Here is our political correspondent Norman Smith

The option of adopting are more aggressive continental approach with the use of curfews, water cannon and even rubber bullets has for now been rejected. Instead there will be a massive increase in police numbers with 16,000 officers on the capital streets. There also been a much more aggressive approach towards arresting troublemakers and a fast track judicial process to ensure those arrested appear in court within hours.

So police watchdog has said there’s no evidence to suggest that Mark Duggan, the man whose death sparked the riots fired at armed police before they shot him. It’s said it appeared a hunt gun found nearby had not been used. An inquest has opened into Mr. Duggan’s death. It heard that he’d even killed by single gunshot to the chest. The BBC has been told that police marksmen had perceived a threat to life when they tried to arrest Mr. Duggan who’s a passenger in a minibus taxi. Police say the officers involved have been taken off firearms duty.

The United States Federal Reserve has announced that it will hold interest rates near the account level of nearly zero for at least two more years in another effort to help the domestic economy and to come widespread fears in the markets. It’s the first time the Fed has pledged to keep rate so low for a specific period. Here is Duncan Battler

The fort in American share prices have been so sustained that the Fed felt it had to do something dramatic to change the pessimistic mood. The bank will be hoping it has more credibility with the market than government and politicians whose massy compromise over raising America’s debt ceiling was one of the main reasons behind the recent market riot. Many economists worry that America and Europe’s debt problems combined could lead to another global recession.
World News from the BBC

The Libyan government has accused Nato forces of killing 85 civilians in an attack in a village in western Libya on Monday. Nato said its target was a military facility and could not confirm any civilian casualties at this stage. The BBC’s Matthew Price was among the journalists who were taken to the scene by the Libyan government.

Our government minders first took us to a remote collection of buildings south of the town of Zlitan. There has clearly been a serious of airstrikes. The Libyan information minister told us 85 civilians were killed here. That everything about the place was civilian. Later we were taken to a mort about 30 white body bags lay inside. Those were opened source contains mostly the bodied of men of fighting age. We were also shown two children the bodies of two women were also displayed.

Scientists say some European species of mind have developed resistance to the strongest path control by crossbreeding with an entirely different species. Such interbreeding is usually limited because the offspring of sterol. Here is our science reporter Mike X

Rodents have been slowly evolving resistance to pesticide since they were first used in the 1950s but scientists now say that German and Spanish house mice have found a rapid method of overcoming the threat by crossbreeding with desert railing Algerian mice an entirely distinct species. Normally this type of interbreeding produces sterol offspring but this time some fertilized female highbred survived another result the majority of mice in Spain and a growing number in Germany now have genetic protection against poison.

The Untied Nations Children’s organization UNICEF has warned that Pakistan could become one of the world’s last outposts of polio with 63 new cases reported this year. It said almost one third of the cases were detected in the southwestern province of X with the virus is spreading to areas previously not infected.














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BBC News with Sue Montgomery

There have been further disturbances in parts of Britain after the unprecedented wave of rioting and looting that brought chaos in several cities on Monday night. Several hundred youths are reported to have clashed with riot police in central Manchester where a large store has been set on fire. A short while ago, the BBC correspondent there, *, gave us details about the clashes.
I'm currently at Piccadilly, which is the main street through Manchester city center. They are running battle going on now between the police. As a rank-two * in young, men and women, youths, teenagers under the age of 20, the police are ruling out them. I see one young man who is seriously injured on the floor until ambulance here, and but there're just police who were walking past the * it seems to be the very hurt. (受不鸟了 >.<)

There have also been a number of incidents in the Birmingham area where youths broke shop windows and set fire to cars. The police have greatly increased their presence on the streets following Monday night's trouble. The decision came after a high-level security meeting chaired by the Prime Minister David Cameron. Here's our political correspondent Norman Smith.
The option of adopting a more aggressive, continental approach with the use of curfews, water canon and even rubber bullets has for now been rejected. Instead, there'll be a massive increase in police numbers with 16,000 officers on the capital streets. There'll also be a much more aggressive approach towards arresting trouble makers and a fast-track judicial process to ensure those arrested appear in court within hours.

* police watchdog has said there's no evidence to suggest that Mark Duggan, the man whose death sparked the riots, fired at armed police before they shot him. It said it appeared a handgun found nearby had not been used. An inquest has opened into Mr. Duggan's death. It heard that he'd been killed by a single gunshot to the chest. The BBC has been told that the police marksmen had perceived the threat to life when they tried to arrest Mr. Duggan who was a passenger in a minibus taxi. Police say that the officers involved have been taken off firearms duties.

The United States Federal Reserve has announced that it will hold interest rates near their current level of nearly zero for at least too more years in another effort to help the domestic economy and to calm widespread fears in the markets. It's the first time the Fed has pledged to keep rates so low for a specific period. Here's Duncan Bartlett.
The falls in American share prices have been so sustained that the Fed felt it had to do something dramatic to change the pessimistic mood. The bank will be hoping it has more credibility with the market than government and politicians, whose messy compromise over raising America's debt ceiling was one of the main reasons behind the recent market rout. Many economies worry that America and Europe's debt problems combined could lead to another global recession.

World News from the BBC

The Libyan government has accused Nato forces of killing 85 civilians in an attack in a village in western Libya on Monday. Nato said its target was a military facility and could not confirm any civilian casualties at the stage. The BBC's Matthew Price was among the journalists who were taken to the scene by the Libyan government.
Our government minders first took us to a remote collection of buildings, south of the town of Zlitan. There has clearly been a series of air strikes. The Libyan information minister told us 85 civilians were killed here, that everything about the place was civilian. Later we were taken to a m*s, about 30 white body bags lay inside. Those that were opened for us contained mostly the bodies of men of fighting age. We were also shown two dead children. The bodies of two women were also displayed.

Scientists say some European species of mice have developed resistance to the strongest pest-control by crossbreeding with an entirely different species. Such interbreeding is usually limited because the offspring are sterile. Here's our science reporter Matt McGrath.
Rodents have been slowly evolving resistance to pesticides since they were first used in the 1950s. But scientists now say that German and Spanish house mice have found a rapid method of overcoming the threat by crossbreeding with desert-dwelling Algerian mice, entirely distinct species. Normally this type of interbreeding produces sterile offspring, but this time, some fertile female hybrids survived. And as a result, the majority of mice in Spain and a growing number in Germany now have genetic protection against poison.

The United Nations children's organization UNICEF has warned that Pakistan could become of the world's last outpost of polio with 63 new cases reported this year. It said almost one third of the cases were detected in the southwestern province of Balochistan, where the virus is spreading to areas previously not infected.

BBC News
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BBC news with Sue Montgomery.
There have been further disturbances in parts of Britain after the unprecedented wave of rioting and looting that brought chaos to several cities on Monday night. Several hundreds of youth are report to clash with riot police in central Manchester where large stores are set on fire. A short while ago, our BBC correspondent there Alhassan Sillah give us detail about the clashes.

Now I am in *, which is a big street of Manchester city center, there are running battle drawing on between the police, *, man and women youth teenagers at the age of 20s. The police are running out there. I see one young man who is seriously injured on the flood. There is no ambulance here but just police are walking pass and they can feel very hurt.

There are also been a number of incidences in the Birmingham area where youth broke shop windows and set fire to cars. The police have greatly increased the presents on the street following Monday night’s trouble. The decision came after high level security meeting, shared by the Prime Minister David Cameron. Here is our political correspondent Norman Smith.

The option of adopting are more aggressive, continental approach, but use of curfew, water canon, and even rubber bullets has for now, been rejected. Instead, there will be a mass increase in police numbers, with 16,000 officers on the capital streets. There have also been much more aggressive approaches towards arresting trouble makers and fast track judicial process to ensure those arrested appear in court within hours.

Show police watchdog said there is no evidence to suggest that Mark Duggan, a man who is died spark the riots, fired at the armed police before they short him. It is said the appeared founded handgun nearby has not been used. An inquest has opened to Mr. Duggan death. It heart that he was killed by single gun shot to the chest. The BBC has been told the police marksman has perceived the threat to life, when they try to arrest Mr. Duggan, who is a passenger in the minibus taxi. Police say the officers involved have been taken off fire on duties.

The United State Federal Reserve has announced that it will hold interest rates to the year that the current level of nearly zero for at least 2 more years. It is another effort to help the domestic economy and to calm widespread fears in the market. It is the first time that the Fed pledged to keep rates so low for as specific period. Here is Duncan Bartlett.

The fall of American share prices has been so sustained that the Fed authority has to do something dramatic to change the pathetic mood. The bank will be hoping has more credibility with the market that the government and politicians who is massive compromise over raising American debt ceiling was one of the main reason behind the recent market riots. Many economists worried America and Europe debt combined could lead to another global recession.

World news from the BBC.

The Libyan government accused NATO forces of killing 85 civilians in an attack in western Libya in the western Libya on Monday. NATO said its target was a military facility and could not confirm and civilian casualty to the stage. The BBC’s Matthew Price was among the journalists who were taken to the scene by the Libyan government.

Our government commander first took us to a remote connection of building, south of the town of Zintan, there has clearly been a series of air strike. The Libyan Minister of Information told us that there are 85 civilians are killed here, that everything about the place was civilians. Later we were taking to a more, about 30-45 bags lay inside. Those were open to us contains most of the men in fighting age. We were also shown to the children; the bodies of 2 women were also displayed.

Scientists say some species of mice have developed resistance to the strongest pest control by cross breeding with entirely different specious, such interbreeding is usually limited because the offspring of steroid. Here is our science reporter Matt Mcgrath.

Rodents have been slowly evolving resistance to pesticides since it was first used in 1950s. But scientists now say the German and Spanish house mice have found rapid methods to overcoming the threads, like crossbreeding with desert dwelling Algerian mice, entirely extinct species. Normally, this type of interbreeding produces a lot of spring, but this time, some fertilize female hybrid survived. Another result of the majority of mice in Spain and growing numbers in Germany now has genetic protection against poison.

The United Nation children organization UNICEF has warned Pakistan could become one the world’s largest outpost of Polio with 63 new cases this year. It is said that almost 1/3 of the cases were detected in the southwestern province Balochistan with virus spreading to areas previously not affected.
BBC news.
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BBC news with Sue Montgomery.

There have been further disturbances in parts of Britain after the unprecedented wave of rioting and looting – the broad chaos to several cities on Monday night. Several hundred youths were reported to have clashed with riot police in central Manchester, where large stores had been set on fire. A short while ago, a BBC correspondent there AF gives us details about the clashes.

"* which is in Manchester city center. There’re running battles going on there between the police. There’re * men and women, usually teenagers under the age of 20. The police are running after them. I see one young man Jewish seriously injured on the floor there. No one’s being there, but just police walking here and there. It seems very hurt." = =|||

There’ve also been a number of incidents in the Birmingham area where youth broke shop windows and set fire to cars. The police have greatly increased their presence on the streets following Monday night’s trouble. The decision came after a high-level security meeting chaired by the Prime Minister David Cameron. Here’s our political correspondent Norman Smith.

The option of adopting a more aggressive continental approach with the use of curfews, water cannon and even rubber bullets has for now been rejected. Instead, there would be a massive increase in police numbers with 16,000 officers on the capital streets. There will also be a much more aggressive approach towards arresting trouble makers and a fast track judicial process to ensure those arrested appear in court within hours.

Show police watchdogs said there’s no evidence to suggest that Mark Dugan, the man whose death sparked the riots, fired at armed police before they shot him. It’s said there appeared a gun found nearby had not been used. An inquest has opened into Mr. Dugan’s death. It heard he’d been killed by single gun shot to the chest. The BBC has been told that the police marksmen had perceived the threat to life when they tried to arrest Mr. Dugan who was a passenger in a mini-bus taxi. Police say the officers involved have been taken off fire arms duties.

The United States Federal Reserve has announced that it would hold interest rates near their current level of nearly zero for at least 2 more years, in another effort to help the domestic economy and to calm widespread fears in the markets. It's the first time that the Fed has pledged to keep the rates so low for a specific period. Here’s Duncan Bartlett.

The fall in America’s share prices has been so sustained that the Fed felt it had to do something dramatic to change pessimistic mood. The bank will be hoping it has more credibility with the market than government and politicians whose messy compromise over raising America’s debt ceiling was one of the main reasons behind the recent market rout. Many economists worry that America and Europe’s debt problems combined could lead to another global recession.

World news from the BBC.

The Libyan government has accused NATO forces of killing 85 civilians in an attack in a village in western Libya on Monday. NATO said its target was a military facility, and could not confirm any civilian casualties at this stage. The BBC’s Matthew Price was among the journalists who were taken to the scene by the Libyan government.

Our government minders first took us to a remote collection of buildings, south of the town of C. There has clearly been a serious air strike. The Libyan information minister told us 85 civilians were killed here and everything about the place was civilian. Later we were taken to a *, about 30 white body bags lay inside. Most were open for us contained mostly the bodies of men of fighting age. We were also shown two dead children. The bodies of two women were also displayed.

Scientists say some European species of mice have developed resistance to the strongest pest control by crossbreeding with an entirely different species. Such interbreeding is usually limited because the offspring are sterile. Here’s our science reporter Miami G.

Rodents have been slowing involving resistance to pesticide since they were first used in the 1950s. But scientists now say that German and Spanish house mice have found a rapid method of overcoming the thread by crossbreeding with desert dwelling Nigerian mice, an entirely distinct species. Normally this type of interbreeding produces a sterile offspring, but this time some fertile female high-breeds survived, and as a result of the majority of mice in Spain and a growing number in Germany now have genetic protection against poison.

The United Nations children’s organization UNICEF has warned that Pakistan could become one of the world’s last outposts of polio, with 63 new cases reported this year. It said almost 1/3 of the cases were detected in the southwest province * with the virus is spreading to areas previously not infected.

BBC news.
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BBC news with Sue Montgomery


There have been further distabances in parts of Britain after the president wave of rioting and * that brought chaos to several cities on Monday night. Several hundred youths are reported to clash with riot police in central Manchester where a large store has been set on fire. A short while ago, the BBC correspondent there Alhassan Sillah gave us details about the clashes.

Now I am... which is.. through Manchester city center. There are... joining on now between the police. .... men and women, usually teenagers  under the age of 20 that police are ... . I see one young man who is seriously injured on the floor. There is no ambulance here but just the police are walking past them and ....very hurt.

There've been also a number of incidents in the Birmingham area where youths broke shop  windows  and set fire to cars. The police have greatly increased their presence on the streets following Monday night's trouble. The decision came after a high-level security meeting chaired by the prime minister David Cameron. Here's our political correspondent Norman Smith.

The option of adopting a more aggressive continental approach with the use of * , water cannon and even rubber bullets has for now been rejected. Instead there will be a massive increase in police numbers with 16,000 officers on the capital streets. There will also be a much more aggressive approach towards arresting troublemakers and a fasttrack judicial process to ensure those arrested appearing in court within an hours .

Show police watchdogs said there is no evidence to  suggest that.., the man whose death sparked the riots, fired at armed police before they shot him. It's said to be here a handgun found nearby had not been used. An inquest has opened to Mr Duggan 's death. It heard that he'd been killed by a single gunshot to the chest. The BBC has been told that police * had perceived a threat to life when they tried to arrest Mr D who's a passenger in a mini-bus taxi. Police say the officers involved have been taken off firearm duties.

The United States Federal Reserve has announced that it will hold interest rates near their current level of nearly zero for at least 2 more years. In another effort to help the domestic economy and to calm widespread fears in the markets, it is the first time the Fed has pledged to keep rates so low for a specific period. Here's D B.

The fall in American share prices has been so sustained that the Fed felt it has to do something dramatic to change the pessimistic mood. The bank will be hoping it has more credibility with the market and government and politicians whose massy compromise over raising America's debt ceiling was one of the main reasons behind the recent market riot. Many economists worried that America and Europe's debt problems combined could lead to another global recession.


World news from the BBC.


The Libyan government accused NATO forces of killing 85 civilians in an attack on a villiage in western Libya on Monday. NATO said its target was a military facility and could not confirm any civilian casualty at the stage. The BBC's Matthew Price was among the journalists who were taken to the scene by the Libyan government.


The government * first took us to a remote collection of buildings south of the town of .... There had previously been a series of  air strikes. The Libyan information minister told us 85 civilians were killed here that everything about the place was civilian. Later we were taken to a mourn about 31 bodybags lay inside. Those were opened for us contain mostly the bodies of men of of fighting age. We were also shown two dead children, the bodies of two women were also displayed.


Scientists say some European species of mice have developed resistence to the strongest pest control by cross-breeding with an entirely different species. Such inter-breeding is usually limited because the offsprings are * . Here's our science reporter Matt Mcgrath.


* have been slowly evolving resistence to the pesticides since they were first used in the 1950s, but scientists now say that German and Spanish house mice have found a rapid method overcoming the threat by cross-breeding with desert dwelling Algerian mice, .... species. Normally this type of interbreeding produces a * offspring but this time some fertile female * survived .And as a result the majority of mice in Spain and a growing number in Germany now have genetic protection against poison.


The United Nations Children's Organization UNICEF has warned that Pakistan could become one of the world's last .. of .. with 63 new cases reported this year. It said almost 1/3 of the cases were detected in the southwestern  province of *,  where  the virus is spreading to areas previously not infected.

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There have been futher disturbance in parts of Britian after the unprecedented wave of rioting and looting, the broad chaos to several cities on Monday night. Several hundred youth were reported to have clashed with riot police in central Manchester where large stores have been set on fire. A short while ago, the BBC correspondent X gave us details about the clashes.

There are voices about a number of incidents in the Birmingham area where youth broke shop windows and set fire to cars. The police have greately increased the presence on the streets following Monday night's trouble. The decision came after a high-level security meeting chaired by the Prime Minister David Cameron. Here is our political correspondent Norman Smith.
The option of adopting more aggressive continental approach with the use of curfews, water cannon and even rubber bullets has for now been rejected. Instead there will be a massive increase in police numbers with 16,000 officers on the capital streets. There also been a much more aggressive approach towards arresting troublemakers and a fast track judicial process to ensure those arrested appear in court within hours.
So police watchdog has said there's no evidence to suggest that Mark Duggan, the man whose death sparked the riots fired at armed police before they shot him. It's said it appeared a hunt gun found nearby had not been used. An inquest has opened into Mr.Duggan's death. It's heard that he'd been even killed by a single gunshot to the chest. The BBC has been told that police marksmen perceived a threat to life when they tried to arrest Mr. Duggan who's a passenger in a minibus taxi. Police say the officers involved have been taken off firearms duty.
The United State Federal Reserve have announce that it will hold interest rates near the account level nealy zero for at least two more years in another effort to help the domestic economy and to come widespread fear in the markets. It's the first time the Fed has peldged to keep rate so low for a specific period.


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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-10

BBC news with Sue Montgomery
There have been further disturbances in parts of Britain off to the unprecedented wave of rioting and looting the block chaos to several cities on Monday night. Several of hundreds of youths were reported to clash with riot police in central Manchester where large stores have been set on fire. a short ago, our BBC correspondent there, X, give us details about the clashes.
There’ve also been a number of incidents in the Birmingham area where youths broke shop windows and set fire to cars. The police have greatly increased their presence on streets following Monday night's trouble. The decision came after a high level security meeting shared by the Prime Minister David Cameron. Here’s our political correspondent X Smith.
The option of adopting a more aggressive continental approach with the youth of curfews, water cannon and even rubber bullets has for now been rejected. Instead there'll be a massive increase in police numbers with 16,000 officers on the capital streets. there'll also be a much more aggressive approach towards arresting trouble makers and a fast track  judicial process t assure those arrested appearing in court within hours.
X Police X has said there is no evidence to suggest that Mark Dagon, the man whose death spark to the riots fired at armed police before they shot him. It said that up here a handgun found nearby has not been used and an inquest has opened into Mark Dagon's death. it heard that he has even been killed by single gunshot to the chest. The BBC has been told that the police X have perceived a threat to life when they try to arrest Mr. Dagon who is a passenger in a minibus taxi. Police say the officers involved have been taken off fired arms duties.  
the United States Federal Reserve have announced that they will hold interest rates near their current level of nearly zero for at least 2  more years. In another effort to help the domestic economy and calm the widespread fears in the market. It’s the first time the Fed has pledged to keep rate so low for a specific period. Here's Deacon X.
The fall in America's share prices have been social stained that Fed felt it has to do something dramatic to change the pessimistic mood. The bank will be hoping it has more credibility with the market, and the government and politicians whose messing compromise of rising America's debt ceiling was one of the main reasons behind the recent market riot. Many economists worried that American and European debt problems combined could lead to another global recession.
BBC news with Sue Montgomery
There have been further disturbances in parts of Britain off to the unprecedented wave of rioting and looting the block chaos to several cities on Monday night. Several of hundreds of youths were reported to clash with riot police in central Manchester where large stores have been set on fire. a short ago, our BBC correspondent there, X, give us details about the clashes.
i see one young man walking pass him, we can see him very hurt.
There’ve also been a number of incidents in the Birmingham area where youths broke shop windows and set fire to cars. The police have greatly increased their presence on streets following Monday night's trouble. The decision came after a high level security meeting shared by the Prime Minister David Cameron. Here’s our political correspondent X Smith.
The option of adopting a more aggressive continental approach with the youth of curfews, water cannon and even rubber bullets has for now been rejected. Instead there'll be a massive increase in police numbers with 16,000 officers on the capital streets. there'll also be a much more aggressive approach towards arresting trouble makers and a fast track  judicial process t assure those arrested appearing in court within hours.
X Police X has said there is no evidence to suggest that Mark Dagon, the man whose death spark to the riots fired at armed police before they shot him. It said that up here a handgun found nearby has not been used and an inquest has opened into Mark Dagon's death. it heard that he has even been killed by single gunshot to the chest. The BBC has been told that the police X have perceived a threat to life when they try to arrest Mr. Dagon who is a passenger in a minibus taxi. Police say the officers involved have been taken off fired arms duties.  
the United States Federal Reserve have announced that they will hold interest rates near their current level of nearly zero for at least 2  more years. In another effort to help the domestic economy and calm the widespread fears in the market. It’s the first time the Fed has pledged to keep rate so low for a specific period. Here's Deacon X.
The fall in America's share prices have been social stained that Fed felt it has to do something dramatic to change the pessimistic mood. The bank will be hoping it has more credibility with the market, and the government and politicians whose messing compromise of rising America's debt ceiling was one of the main reasons behind the recent market riot. Many economists worried that American and European debt problems combined could lead to another global recession.
World news from the BBC
The Libyan government has accused NATO forces of killing 85 civilians in an attack of a village in western Libya on Monday.
NATO said its target was a military facility and could not confirm any civilian casualties to this stage. the BBC's Mathew was among the journalists who were taken to the scene by the Libyan government.
Our government X first took us to a remote collapse of buildings, south of the town of X. they had clearly been in a serious airstrikes. The Libyan information minister told us 85 civilians were killed here that everything about the place was civilian. Later we were taken to a X, about 30 white body X lay inside, most were opened for us contained mostly the bodies of men of fighting age. we were also shown to the children, the bodies of two women were also displayed.
Scientists say some European species of mice have developed X to strongest pest control. By crossing breeding with entirely different species, such interbreeding is usually limited because the offspring X. here's our science reporter X.
X has been slowly involving resistance to pest sites since they were first used in 1950s. but scientists now say that German and Spanish house mice have found a rapid method of overcoming this threat by crossbreeding with desert dwelling Nigerian mice in tiny distinct species. Normally this type of interbreeding introduces stereo offspring. But this time, some fertiled female hybrids survived and thus result the majority of mice in Spain and a growing number in Germany now have genetic protection against poison.
the United Nation's children organization X has warned that Pakistan could become one of the world's last output of polio, with 63 new cases were reported this year. it said almost 1/3 of the cases were detected in the southwest province of X, where the virus is spreading to  areas previously not infected.
BBC News.



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[Homework] BBC 2011-08-10
BBC News with Sue Montgomery
There have been further disturbances in parts of Britain after the unprecedented wave of rioting and looting, the broad chaos to several cities on Monday night. Several hundred youths were reported to have clashed with riot police in central Manchester where a large store has been set on fire. A short while ago, the BBC correspondent there *** give us details about the clashes.
“I’m currently at Piccadilly which is the main street through Manchester’s city center. They are running battle *** now between the police. As a rank two *** young, men and women, youths, teenagers under the age of 20, the police are ruling out them. I see one young man who is serious injured on the floor, no ambulance here. And but there’re just police who were walking past the ***. It seems to be very hurt.”
There were also a number of incidents in the Birmingham area where youths broke shop windows and set fire to cars. The police have greatly increased their presences on the streets following Monday night’s trouble. The decision came after a high level security meeting chaired by the Prime Minister David Cameron. Here is our political correspondent Norman Smith.
“The options of adopting are more aggressive continental approach with the use of curfews, water canon and even rubber bullets has from now been rejected. Instead, there will be a massive increase in police numbers with 16,000 officers on the capital streets. There also be a much more aggressive approach towards arresting trouble makers and a fast-track judicial process to ensure those arrested appear in court within hours.
So police watchdog has said there’s no evidence to suggest that Mark Duggan, a man whose death sparked the riots, fired at armed police before they shot him. It said it appeared a handgun found nearby have not been used. An inquest has opened into Mr.Duggan’s death. It heard that he’d been killed by single gunshot to the chest. The BBC has been told that the police marksmen had perceived the threat to life when they tried to arrest Mr. Duggan who was a passenger in a mini-bus taxi. Police say the officers involved have been taken off firearms duties.
The United States Federal Reserve has announced that it would hold interest rates near their current level of nearly zero for at least two more years in another effort to help the domestic economy and to calm widespread fears in the markets. It’s the first time the Fed has pledged to keep rates so low for a specific period. Here’s Duncan Bartlett.
“The falls in American share prices have been so sustained that the Fed felt it had to do something dramatic to change the pessimistic mood. The bank will be hoping it has more credibility with the market than government and politicians whose messy compromise over raising America’s debt ceiling was one of the main reasons behind the recent market rout. Many economists worried that America and Europe’s debt problems combined could lead to another global recession.
World News from the BBC
The Libyan government has accused NATO forces of killing 85 civilians in an attack in a village in western Libya on Monday. NATO said its target was a military facility and could not confirm any civilian casualties at the stage. The BBC’s Matthew Price was among the journalists who were taken to the scene by the Libyan government.
“Our government minders first took us to a remote collection of buildings, south of the town of ***. There has clearly been a series of air strikes. The Libya information minister told us 85 civilians were killed here, that everything about the place was civilian. Later we were taken to a *** about 30 white body bags lay inside. Those that were opened for us contained mostly the bodies of men of fighting age. We were also shown two dead children. The bodies of two women would also be displayed.”
Scientists say some European species of mice have developed resistance to the strongest pest control by crossbreeding with an entirely different species. Such interbreeding is usually limited because the offspring are sterile. Here’s our science reporter Matt MacGrath.
Rodent has been slowly involving resistance to pesticides since they were first used in the 1950s. But scientists now say that the German and Spanish house mice have found a rapid method of overcoming the threat by crossbreeding with desert-dwelling Algerian mice, entirely distinct species. Normally this type of interbreeding produces sterile offspring, but this time some fertile female hybrids survived. And as a result, the majority of mice in Spain and a growing number in Germany now have genetic protection against poison.
The United Nations children’s organization UNICEF has warned the Pakistan could become one of the world’s last outposts of polio with 63 new cases reported this year. It said almost one third of the cases were detected in the southwestern province of Baluchistan, where the virus is spreading to areas previously not infected.
BBC News
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bbc news with Sue Montgomery
Three have been further disturbances in parts of Britain after the unprecedented wave of rioting and looting that brought chaos to several cities on Monday night. Several hundred youths are reported to have clash with riot police in central Menchester where large store have been set on fire.A short  while ago ,the BBC correspondent there A F gave the ditails about the clashes.
Now I am the corleneer peaked which demand... Menchester's city center. There were running batter join  on the police ..between man and women using  teenage on the age of 20.The peace of ruining all of them.I feel what you ...she was injured on the ...but just police were walking ..of them .Their voice has  been a  number of incidents in the Birmingham area where youth broke shop windows and set fire to cars.  The police have greatly increased the presence on the street following Monday night’s trouble. The decision came after a high-level security meeting chaired by the Prime Minister David Cameron. Here is our political correspondent Norman Smith.
The option of adopting a more aggressive continental approach with the use of curfews, water cannoning and even rubber bullets has for now been rejected. Instead, there’ll be a massive increase in police numbers with 16,000 officers on the capital streets. There’ll also be a much more aggressive approach towards arresting trouble makers and a fast-check judicial process to ensure those arrested appear in court within hours.
Show police watchdog said there’s no evidence to suggest that Mark Dagon, the man whose death sparked the riots, fired at armed police before they shot him. It is said it appeared a gun found nearby had not been used. An inquest has been opened into Mr. Dagon’s death. It is heard he has been killed by single gun shot to the chest. The BBC has been told the police mart men had perceived a threat to life when they tried to arrest Mr. Dagon who’s a passenger in a minibus taxi. Police say the officers involved have been taken off fire arm’s duties.

The United States Federal Reserves has announced that it will hold interest rates near the current level of nearly zero for at least two more years in another effort to help the domestic economy and to calm widespread fear in the markets. It’s the first time the Fed has pledged to keep rates so low for a specific period. Here’s Duncan Bartlett.
The fall in American share prices have been so sustain that it felt it had to do something dramatic to change the pessimistic mood. The bank will be hoping it has more credibility with the markets than government and politicians whose messy compromise over raising America’s debt ceiling was one of the main reasons behind the recent market riot. Many economists worried that America and Europe’s debt problems combined could lead to another global recession.


World news from the BBC
The Libyan government  accused NATO forces of killing eighty-five civilians in an attack in a village in west Libya on Monday. NATO said its target was a military facility and could not confirm any civilian casualty at this stage. The BBC’s Matthew Price was among the journalists who were taken to the scene by the Libyan government.
Our government mmembers first took us to a remote collection of buildings, south of a town **. There has clearly been a series of severe struggles . The Libyan information minister told us eighty-five civilians were killed here, but everything about the place was civilian. Later we were taken to a mall. About 30 white body bags lay inside, most were opened for us, contains mostly the bodies of men of fighting age. We were also shown to dead children; the bodies of two women were also displayed.
Scientists say some European species of mice have developed resistance to the strongest pest control by cross breeding with an entire different species. Such interbreeding is usually limited because the offspring are sterile. Here’s our science reporter Matt Mcgrath.


Rodents have been slowly evolving resistance to pesticide since they were first used in the 1950s. But scientists now say that German and Spanish house mice have found a rapid method of overcoming the threat by cross breeding with dessert dwelling Nigerian mice, entirely distinct species. Normally, this type of interbreeding produces sterile offspring but this time some fertile female high-breeds survived. As a result, the majority of mice in Spain and a growing number in Germany now have genetic protection against poison
The Untied Nation’s Children’s Organization UNICEF has wondered that Pakistan could become one of the world’s last outposts of polio with 63 new cases reported this year. It said almost one third of the cases were detected in the southwestern province of ** where the virus is spreading to areas previously not infected.
BBC news.


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BBC news with SG
There have been further disturbances in parts of Britain up to the unprecedented wave of rioting and ruting that brought chaos to several cities on Monday night. Several hundred news are reported to crash with riot police in central Manchester, where large stores have been set on fire.
A short while ago, the BBC correspondent there Allah dan Sillah gave us details about the crashes. I'm currently at Piccadilly, which is a main street through manchester city center.There are running battles going on now between the police and two towns of young men and women, usually teenagers under the age of 20. The police are ...out them. I see one young man who is seriously injured on the floor. There's no ambulance here. But the just police are walking past and he seems really very hurt.
There's also been a number of incidents in the Birminghan area where youth broke shop windows and set fire to cars. The police have greatly increased their presence on streets following the monday night's trouble. The decision came after a high-level security meeting shared by the prime minister David Cameron. Here's our political correspondent, Norman Smith.
The option of adopting a more aggressive continental approach with the use of curfews, water canon and even rubber bullets, has for now, been rejected. Instead, there'll be a massive increse in police numbers, with 16,000 officials on the capital streets. There'll also be a much more agrresive approach towards arresting trouble makers and a fast-track judicial process to ensure those arrested appear in court within hours.
Police watch dog has said there's no evidence to suggest that Mark Duggan, the man who's dead spot at the riots fired the armed police before they shot him. It said it appeared the hung gun found nearby had not been used. An inquest has opened into Mr. Duggan's death. It had that it had been killed by single gun shot to the chest. The BBC has been told that the police marksmen have perceived a threat to life when they tried to arrest Mr. Duggan, who's a passenger in a mini-bus taxi. Police say the officials involved have been taken off on fire arm duties.
The United States Federal Reserve has announced that it will hold interests rates near the current level of nearly zero for at least two more years in another effort to help the domestic market and ti calm widespread fears in the markets. It's the first time the fair has pledged to keep rate so low for a specific period. Here's Duncan Butler.
The fall of the American share prices has been so sustained that the fair felt it had to do something dramatic to change the pessimistic mood. The bank will be hoping it has more credibility with the market than government and politicians whose messy comprise over rising America's debt ceiling was one of the main reasons behind the recent market riot. Many economists worry that America and Europe debt problems combined could lead to another global recession.
World news from BBC
The Lybian government has accused Nato forcs of killing 85 civilians in an attack of a village in western Lybia on Monday. Nato said its target was a military facility and could not confirm any civilian casualties at this stage. The BBC's Matthe Price was among the journalists who were taken to the scene by the Lybian government.
A government guidance first took us to a remote collection of buildings, south of the town of ...that were clearly in a series of air strikes. The military information minister told us that 85 civilians were killed here, that everything about the place was civilian. Later we were taken to a mall, about 30 white body bags lied inside. Those that were open for us contained mostly the bodies of men of fighting age. We were also shown to dead children. The bodies of two women were also displayed.
Scientists say some European species of mice have developed resistence to the strongest pest control by cross-breeding with an entirely different species. Such inter-breeding is usually limited because the offsprings are sterile. Here's our science reporter Matt Macgra.
Rodens have been slowly devoloping resistence to pesticide since they were first used in 1950s. But scientists now say that German and Spanish house mice have found a rapid method of overcoming the threats by cross-breeding with desert dwelling Nigerian mice, an entirely distinct species. Normally, this type of inter-breeding produces sterile offsprings, but this time some fertile female hybrids survived. And as a result the majority of mice in Spain and a growing number in Germany have now genetic protection against poison.
The United Nations Children's Organisation, UNICEF, has warned that Pakistan could become one of the world's last outpost of polio, with 63 new cases reported this year. `It said almost 1/3 of the cases were detected in the Southwestern province of Baluchistan, where the virus is spreading to areas previously not infected. BBC News.

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There have been further disturbbances in part of Britain [after] the unprecedented wave of rioting and looting that brought chaos to several cities on Monday night. Several hundred  youths were reported to have clashed with riot polices ??? Manchester where large stores were set on fire. A short while ago, the BBC correspondence XXX, gave us the details of the clashes.

I'm currently in XXX which is a very ... center. They are running ... There is a ... young men and women, ... teenager at the age of twenty. The police are running ... I see one young man who was seriously injured on the floor. There is no evidence here. But the police are just walking fast

The revolt has been a number of instance and the burning* of area where youth broke windows and set fire to cars. The police has increased their presence in the street following Monday night's trouble. The decision came after a high level security meeting, chaired by the Prime Minister David Cameron. Here is our political correspondent Norman Smith.

The option of adopting a more aggressive, continental* approach with the use of curfews, water canon and even rubber bullets have for now, been rejected. Instead, there will be a massive increase in police numbers, with 16 thousand on the Capital's streets. There will be a more aggressive approach towards arresting trouble makers and a fast-track judicial process to ensure those arrested will appear in court within hours.

??? police watchdog has said there is no evidence to suggest Mark Dougen, the man whose dead started the riots, fired the armed police before they shot him. It is said the handgun found nearby had not been used. An inquest has opened to Mr. Dougen's death. It had that he'd been killed by single gun shot to the chest. The BBC has been told that the police Martsman has perceived a threat to life when they tried to arrest Mr. Dougen who was a passenger in a minibus taxi. Police say the officers involved have been taken off firearm duties.

The United State's Federal Reserves has announced it will hold their interest rates near their current level of nearly zero for at least for at least two more years, in another effort to help domestic economy and to ?? widespread fears in the markets. It's the first time the Fed has pledged to keep rates so low for a specific period. Here is XXX.

The fall in American share prices has been so sustained that the Federal felt it has to do something dramatic to change the pessimistic mood. The bank will be hoping it has more credibility with the market than government and politicians whose messy compromise over raising American's debt ceiling was one of the reasons behind the recent market rout. Many economists worried that America and Europe's debt problems combined could lead to another global recession.

World news from the BBC.

The Lybian government has accused NATO forces of killing 85 civilians in an attack in a village in western Lybia on Monday. NATO said its target was a military facility and could not confirm any civilian casualties at this stage.The BBC Mathew XXX was among the journalists who were taken to the scene by the Lybian government.


... first took us to a remote collection of buildings, south of the town of XXX. There has clearly benn in a series of strikes. The Lybian Information Minister told us 85 civilians were killed here ??? everythign about this place was civilian. Later we were taken to a ???, about ... lay inside. Those that were opened to us contained mostly the bodies of men of fighting age. We were also shown to the children. The bodies of two women were also displayed.

Scientists say  some European species of mices has developed a resistence to the stongest pest control by cross breeding with an entirely different species. Such interbreeding is usually limited because the offspring are sterile. Here is our science reporter XXX.

??? has been slowly evolving resistence to pesticides since they were first used in the 1950s.But scientists now say that German and Spanish house mice have found a rapid* method of overcoming this threat by crossbreeding with desert-dwelling Algerian mice, an entirely distinct species. Normally this type of interbreeding produces sterile offspring, but this time some fertile female hybrid survived and as a result the majority of mice in Spain and a growing number in Germany now have a genetic protection against poison.

The United Nations Children's Organization, UNICEF, has warned that Parkistan could become of the the world's largest outposts of polio, with 60 new cases reported this year. It said that one third of the cases were detected in the Southwestern province of XXX, with the viruses spreading to the areas previously not infected.
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