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BBC news with Gaenor Howells
Police are out in force again in London and other cities across Britain to try to prevent any repeat of the violence and looting of the last four nights. The Prime Minister David Cameron has promised that the police will get all the resources they need including water cannon if necessary. Rob Watson reports.

Mr Cameron said the government would not allow the culture of fear on Britain’s streets and whatever resources the police needed they would get. He said contingency plans were in place for the use of water cannon and other measures have not been ruled out. Mr Cameron insisted a fight-back was now underway but that there were parts of British society that was sick and suffered from a complete lack of responsibility.

More than 800 suspects have been arrested and hundreds more elsewhere. People charged with taking part in the disorder have begun appear in court. Some courts sat through the night on Tuesday and are scheduled to do so on Wednesday. Most of the offences relate to looting. Some of those appearing are as young as 11 years old. The majority of defendants have been pleading guilty. Many have been committed for sentence to higher courts which can impose longer jail sentences.

Opposition activists in Syria say 18 people have been shot dead by government forces in the city of Homs. There are reports of security forces carrying out huge operations there. Jim Mule reports from neighbouring Lebanon.

Activists report renewed violence with loud explosions shaking the area of / and an intensive machinegun fire reported there and in other quarters. Tanks were said to be involved in the bombardments, implying that Syrian army units were involved. But in other areas, the authorities seem to be eager to demonstrate that the military are being stood down. A number of foreign journalists were taken to the city of Hama further north where they saw columns of tanks and armoured personnel carriers as well as truckloads of troops being driven out of the area.

Share prices in the United States have fallen sharply. The Dow Jones index in New York ended the day 4% down, wiping out the recovery it made from falls earlier in the week. Here is our business reporter Dunker /.

Share price values have been swinging violently in recent days. But the primary direction is downward. Traders don’t think convinced that the US government or the central bank have anything that they can do to turn the economy round. On Tuesday, the US Central Bank, the Federal Reserve, promised it’ll keep interest rate at near-zero for two years. That led to a rally. But the gains were largely wiped out on Wednesday.

Earlier in Europe, stock markets also fell sharply with bank shares taking the most severe battering. Shares in French banks fell the furthest as rumours circulated that France could lose its AAA credit rating. This was later contradicted by the French government and major credit rating agencies.

You are listening to the World News from the BBC

12 allies of the former President of Ivory Coast Laurent Gbagbo have been charged with armed insurrection and plotting against the state. They include the head of the former ruling party and the former president’s son. They were arrested in April after months of turmoil following Mr Gbagbo’s refusal to accept the outcome of November’s elections which were won by President Alassane Ouattara . Around 3000 people were killed in the brutal conflict.

A campaign of vaccinate refugee children from Somalia against measles is beginning in south-eastern Ethiopia where many have fled to escape drought and conflict. 40,000 measles vaccinations have been airlifted into the town of / near the Kobe refugee camp. Here is our world affairs correspondent Mike /.

Officials of the UN Refugee Agency say the situation is alarming. The refugee influx into Ethiopia mirrors that into Kenya. Many of the children are acutely malnourished and weak. Vaccination of all children between six months and 15 years in the Kobe camp is due to begin today. Children will be also be vaccinated in other camps in the area that are for now seeing fewer cases, and in the surrounding communities in the hope of containing the measles threat.

Police in Columbia have arrested a woman they say laundered money for the / drug cartel in Mexico. The woman,   , was detained in a wealthy neighbourhood of  . Police say she took over the money-laundering business from her late /  , the personal pilot of the Columbian drug lord / .

A jury in the United States has recommended the death sentence be imposed on a 51-year-old man found guilty of killing 11 women. Anthony / hid their remains at his home in Cleveland. The judge will have the final say on his sentence. Prosecutors accused / of luring drug-addicted women into his home with alcohol or narcotics.
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BBC News with Gaenor Howells


Police are out in force again in London and other cities are crossing England to try to prevent any repeat of the violence and looting of the last four nights. The Prime Minister David Cameron has promised that the police will get all the resources they need including water cannon if necessary. Robts Watson reports.

Mr. Cameron said the government would not allow a cultural affair  on Britain streets and whatever resources the police needed, they would get. He said contingency plans were in place for the use of water cannon and other measures have not been ruled out. Mr. Cameron insisted a fight-back was now underway. But there were parts of British society that
were sick
and suffered from a complete lack of responsibility.


More than eight hundred suspects have been arrested in London and hundreds more elsewhere. People charged with taking part in the disorder have begun appearing in court. Some courts set through the night on Tuesday and are scheduled to do so again on Wednesday, most of the offences relate to looting. Some of those appearing are as young as eleven years old. The majority of defendants have been pleading guilty. Many have been committed for sentence to higher courts which can impose longer jail sentence.

Opposition activists in Syria say eighteen people have been shot dead by government forces in the city of Homs. There are reports of security forces carrying out a huge operation there. Jim Muir reports from neighboring Lebanon.

Activists report renewed violence with loud explosions shaking the area of Deir al-Zour and intensive  machine gun fire reported there and in other quarters. Tanks were set to be involved in the bombardments, implying that Syrian army units were involved. But in other areas the authorities seem to be eager to demonstrate that the military are being stood down. A number of foreign journalists were taken to the city of Hama for the north where they saw columns of tanks and armored personnel carriers as well as truck loads of troops being driven out of the area.

Share prices in the United States have fallen sharply. The Dow Jones index in New York ended the day four percent down, wiping out the recovery made from falls earlier in the week. Here is our business reporter Duncan Bartlett.

Share price values have been swinging violently in recent days, but the primary direction is downward. Traders don't seem convinced that the US government or the central bank have anything left they can do to turn the economy round. On Tuesday, the US central bank, the Federal Reserve promised it would keep interest rates near zero for two years. That led to a rally but the gains were largely wiped out on Wednesday.

Earlier in Europe, stocks markets also fell sharply with bank shares taking the most severe battering. Shares in French banks fell a futurist as rumors circulated that France could lose its AAA credit rating. This was later contradicted by the French government and major credit rating agencies.

You are listening to the World News from the BBC.

Twelve allies of the former President of Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo have been charged with armed insurrection and plotting against the state. They include the head of the former ruling party and former president's son. They were arrested in April after months of turmoil following Mr. Gbagbo's refusal to accept the outcome of November's elections which will won by President Alassane Ouattara . Around three thousand people were killed in the brutal conflict.  

A campaign to vaccinate refugee children from Somalia against measles is beginning in southeastern Ethiopia when many have fled to escape drought and conflict. Forty thousand measles vaccinations have been airlifted into the town of Dollo Ado near the K refugee camp. Here is our World Affairs correspondent Mike Wooldridge.

Officials of the UN refugee agency say the situation is alarming, the refugee influx into Ethiopia mirrors that into Kenya. Many of the children were acutely malnourished and weak. Vaccination of all children between six months and fifteen years in the K camp is due to begin today. Children would also be vaccinated in other camps in the area that are often now seeing fewer cases and in the surrounding communities in the hope of containing the measles threat.

Police in Colombia have arrested a woman they say laundered money for the Sinaloa cartel in Mexico. The women Dolly Cifuentes Vill was detained in a wealthy neighborhood of Medellin. Police say she took over of the money laundering business from her late brother Francisco, the personnel pilot of the Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.

A jury in the United States has recommended the death sentence be imposed on a 51-year-old man, found guilty of killing eleven women. Anthony Sowell hit the remains at his home in Cleveland . The judge will have the final say on his sentence. Prosecutors accused Sowell of luring drug-addicted women into his home with alcohol or narcotics.

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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-11

BBC News with Gaenor Howells.

Police are out in force again in London and other cities across England to try to prevent any repeat of the violence and looting of the last four nights.The Prime Minister David Cameron has promised that the police will get all the resources they need including water cannon if necessary.Rob Waston reports.


Mr Cameron said the government would not allow a culture of fear on Britain's streets.And whatever resources the police needed they would get.He said contingency plans were in place for the use of water cannon and other measures have not been ruled out.Mr Cameron insisted a fightback was now underway.But that there were parts of British society that were sick and suffered from a complete lack of responsibility.


More than 800 suspects have been arrested in London and hundreds more elsewhere.People charged with taking part in the disorder have begun appearing in court.Some courts set through the night on Tuesday and are scheduled to do so again on Wednesday,most of the offenses related to looting.Some of those appearing are as young as 11 years old.The majority of defendants have been pleading guilty.Many have been committed for sentence to higher courts,which can impose longer jail sentences.


Opposition activists in Syria say 18 people have been shot dead by government forces in the city of Homs.There're reports of security forces carrying out a huge operation there.Jim Muir reports from neighbouring Lebanon.


Activists report renewed violence with loud explosions shaking the area of / and intensive machine gunfire reported there and in other quarters.Tanks were set to be involved in the bombardments implying that Syrian army units were involved.But in other areas the authorities seem to be eager to demonstrate that the military are being stood down.A number of foreign journalists were taken to the city of Hama further north,where they saw columns of tanks and armored personnel carriers as well as truck loads of troops being driven out of the area.


Share prices in the United States have fallen sharply.The Dow Jones index in New York ended today 4% down,wiping out the recovery made from falls earlier in the week.Here's out Business reporter Duncan Bartlett.


Share price values have been swinging violently in recent days but the primary direction is downward.Trader don't seem convinced that the US government or the Central Bank have anything left that they can do to turn the economy round.On Tuesday,the US Central Bank,the Federal Reserve promised it would keep interest rates at near zero far two years.That led to a rally,but the gains were largely wiped out on Wednesday.


Earlier in Europe,stock markets also fell sharply with bank shares taking the most severe battering shares in French banks fell the furthest as rumor circulated that France could lose it triple A credit rating.This was later contradicted by the French government and major credit rating agencies.


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


Twelve allies of the former president of Ivory Coast,Laurent Gbagbo,have been charge with armed insurrection and plotting against the state.They include the head of the former ruling party and the president son.They were arrested in April after months of turmoil following Mr Gbagbo's refusal to accept the outcome of November's elections,which were won by President Alassane Ouattara.Around 3,000 people were killed in the brutal conflict.


A campaign to vaccinate refugee,children from Somalia against measles is beginning in Southeastern Ethiopia,where many have fled to escape drought and conflict.40,000 measles vaccinations have been airlifted into the town of Dollo Ado near the Kobe refugee camp.Here's our world affairs correspondent Michael Wooldridge.


Officials of the UN refugee agency said the situation is alarming.The refugee influx into Ethiopia mirrors that into Kenya.Many of the children are acutely malnourished and weak vaccination of all children between 6 months and 15 years in the Kobe is due to begin today.Children will also be vaccinated in other camps in the area for often are seeing fewer cases,and in the surrounded communities in the hope of containing the measles threat.


Police in Colombia have arrested a woman they say laundered money for the Sinaloa drug cartel in Mexico.The woman Dolly Cifuentes Villa was detained in a wealthy neighbourhood of Medellin.Police say she took over the money-laundering business from her late brother Francisco,the personal pilot of the Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.


A jury in the United States has recommended the death sentence be imposed on a 51-year-old man found guilty of killing 11 women.Anthony Sowell hid their remains at his home in Cleveland.The judge will have the final say on his sentence.Prosecutors accuse Sowell of luring drug-addicted women into his home with alcohol or narcotics.


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Police are out in force again in London and other cities across England to try to prevent any repeat of the violence and looting of the last four nights. The Prime Minister David Cameron has promised that the police will get all the resources they need including water cannon if necessary. Rob Watson reports.
Mr. Cameron said the government would not allow a culture of fear on Britain streets and whatever resources the police needed they will get. He said contingency plans were in place with the use of water cannon and other measures have not been ruled out. Mr. Cameron insisted a fight back was now underway. But there were parts of British society that was sick and suffered from a complete lack of responsibility.
More than 800 suspects have been arrested in London and hundreds more elsewhere. People charged with taking part of disorder have begun appearing in court. Some courts set through the night on Tuesday and are scheduled to do so again on Wednesday, most of the offenses related to looting. Some of those appearing are as young as eleven years old. The majority of defendants have been pleading guilty. Many have been committed for sentence to higher courts which can impose longer jail sentences.
Opposition activists in Syria say 18 people have been shot dead by government forces in the city of Homs. There are reports of security forces carrying out a huge operation there. Jim Muir reports from neighboring Lebanon.
Activists report renewed violence with loud explosions shaking the area of Baba al-Zour and intense of machine gunfire reported there and in other quarters. Tanks were set to be involved in the bombardments, implying that Syrian army units were involved. But in other areas, the authorities seem to eager to demonstrate that the military are being stood down. A number of foreign journalists were taken to the city of Hama for the north where they saw columns of tanks and armored personnel carriers as well as truck loads of troops being driven out of the area.
Share prices in the United States have fallen sharply. The Dow Jones index in New York ended the day 4% down, wiping out the recovery made from falls earlier in the week. Here's our business reporter Duncan Bartlett.
Share price value have been swinging violently in recent days, but the primary direction is downward. Traders don't seem convinced that the US government or the central bank have anything left they can do to turn the economy around. On Tuesday, the US central bank, the Federal Reserve promised it would keep interest rates near zero for two years. That led to a rally but the gains were largely wiped out on Wednesday.
Earlier in Europe, stock markets also fell sharply with bank share taking the most severe battering. Shares in French banks fell a * as rumors circulated that France could lose its triple A credit rating. This was later contradicted by the French government and major credit rating agencies.
You are listening to the World News from the BBC.
Twelve allies of the former President of Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo, have been charged with armed insurrection and plotting against the state. They include the head of the former ruling party and former president's son. They were arrested in April after months of turmoil following Mr. Gbagbo's refusal to accept the outcome of November's election which will won by President Alassane Ouattara. Around 3,000 people were killed in the brutal conflict.
A campaign to vaccinate refugee children from Somalia against measles is beginning in southeastern Ethiopia when many have fled to escape drought and conflict. 4,000 measles vaccinations have been airlifted into the town of Dollo Ado near the * refugee camp. Here's our World Affairs correspondent Mike Wooldridge.
Officials of the UN refugee agency said the situation is alarming. The refugee influx into Ethiopia mirrors that into kenya, many of the children were acutely malnourished and weak. Vaccination of all children between six months and fifteen years in the * camp is due to begin today. Children would also be vaccinated in other camps in the area that are often now seeing fewer cases and in the surrounding communities in the hope of containing the measles threat.
Police in Colombia have arrested a woman they say laundered money for the Sinaloa drug cartel in Mexico. The woman Dolly Cifuentes Vill was detained in a wealthy neighborhood of Medellin. Police say she took over the money laundering business from her late brother Francisco, the personal pilot of the Colombia drug lord Pablo Escobar.
A jury in the United States have recommended the death sentence being imposed on a 51-year-old man found guilty of killing 11 women. Anthony Sowell hit the remains at his home in Cleveland. The judge will have the final say on his sentence. Prosecutors accused Sowell of luring drug addicted women into his home with alcohol or narcotics.
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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-11

BBC News with G

~Police are out in force again in London and other cities across England to try to prevent  any repeat of the violence and looting of the last fortnights. The Prime Minister David Cameron has promised that the police will get all the resources they need including water cannon if necessary. R~ reports.

Mr.Cameron said that the government would not allow a cultural affair on Britain's streets and whatever resources the police needed, they would get. He said contingency plans were in place for the use of water cannon and other measures had not been ruled out. Mr. Cameron insisted a fight back wasn't now underway, but were over parts of British society that was sick and suffered from a complete lack of responsibility.

More than 8 hundred suspects have been arrested in London and hundreds more elsewhere. People charged with taking part in the disorder have begun appearing in court. Some courts set through the night on Tuesday and are scheduled to so again on Wednesday. Most of the offences relate to looting. Some of those appearing are as young as 11 years old. The Marjory of defendants have been pleading guilty. Many have been committed for sentence to higher courts which can impose longer jail sentences.

Opposition activists in Syria say 18 people have been shot dead by gunmen forces in the city of H~.Reports of security forces carrying out huge operation there. J~ reports from the neighbouring Lebanon.

Activists report from huge violence with loud explosion shaking the area of ~ and intensive machine gunfire reported there and in other quarters. Tanks were said be involved in the bombardments implying that Syrian army units were involved. But in other areas the authority seems to be eager to demonstrate that the military are being stood down. A number of foreign journalists were taken to the city of H~ further north where they saw columns of tanks and armed person-no carriers as well as ~ of troops being driven out of the area.

Share prices in the United State have fallen sharply. The Dow Jones index in New York end the day 4 percent down wiping out the recovery made from~ earlier in the week. Here's our business reporter D.B.

Share prices have been swinging violently in recent days, but the primary direction is downward. Traders don't seem convinced that the U.S. government or the central bank have anything left they can do to turn the economy around. On Tuesday the U.S. central bank, the Federal Reserve, promised it would keep interest rates at nearly zero for two years. That led to a rally, but the gains were largely wiped out on Wednesday.

Earlier in Europe stock market also fell sharply with bank shares taking the most severe battering. Shares in French banks fell the furthest as rumours circulating that France could lose its AAA credit rating. This was later contradicted by the French government and major credit rating agencies. You're listening to the World News from the BBC.

12 allies of the former president of ~ have been charged with armed insurrection and plotting against the state. They include the head of the former ruling party and the former president's son. They were arrested in April after months of turmoil following Mr.~'s refusal to accept the outcome of November's elections which were won by President ~. Around 3,000 people were killed in the brutal conflict.

A campaign to vaccinate refugee children from Somalia against ~ is beginning in southeast ~ where many have fled to escaped drought in the conflict. 40,000 M~ vaccinations have been airlifted into the town of ~ near the ~ refugee camp. Here's our world affair correspondent M.

~Officials of the UN refugee agency say the situation is alarming. The refugee influx into ~ mirrors that into Kenya. Many of the children are ~ and weak.  Vaccination of all children between 6 months and 15 years in the ~ camp is due to begin today. Children will also be vaccinated in other camps in the area for they are from now seeing fewer cases and in the surrounding communities in the hope of containing the M~ threat.

Police in Colombia have arrested a woman they say laundered money for the ~ Drug Cartel in Mexico. The woman, ~, was detained in a wealthy neighbourhood of ~. Police say she took over the money laundering business from her late ~ , the personal pilot toward the Colombian Drug Lord ~.  

A jury in the United State has recommended a death sentence being imposed on a 51-year-old man found guilty of killing 11 women. A~ hid the remains at his home in ~. The judge will have the final say on his sentence. Prosecutors accused ~ of luring drug-addicted women into his home with alcohol or narcotics.

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BBC News with G.H. Police are allowed enforce again in London and other cities crossing England to try to prevent any repeat of violence and looting of last 4 nights. the prime minister C.K. promised the police would get all the resources they needed include water cannon if necessary. R.I. reports.
Mr. C. said the government not allowed a culture fail on Britain streets, and whatever resources the police needed they will get. he said contingency plans were in place for the use of water cannon and other measures have not been ruled out. Mr. C. insisted a fight back was now on the way, but there were parts of British society, they were sick and suffered from a complete lack of responsibility.
more than 8 hundreds suspects have been arrested in London and hundreds more elsewhere. people charged with taking part in disorder have began appearing in court. some courts set through night on Tuesday and scheduled to do so again on Wednesday. most of the offences relate to looting, some of those appearing are as young as 11 years old. the majority of defendants have been plead guilty. many have been committed for sentence to higher courts which can impose longer jail sentences.

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Police force against in Lordon and other cities across England to try to prevent any repeat of volence and looting of the last four nights.The Prime minister D C has promised the police will get the resources they need include water cannon if necessary.R W reports.
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BBC News with Gaenor Howells.

Police are out in force against in London and other cities across England to try to prevent any repeat of the violence and the looting of the last four nights. The Prime Minister David Cameron has promised that the police will get all the resources they need including water cannons if necessary. Rob Watson reports.

Mr. Cameron said the government would not allow a culture of fear on Britain streets and whatever resources the police needed, they would get. He said contingency plans were in place for the use of water cannon and other measures had not been ruled out. Mr. Cameron insisted that a fight back was now underway. But that there were parts of British Society that was sick and suffered from a complete lack of responsibility.

More than 800 suspects have been arrested in London and hundreds more elsewhere. People charged with taking part in the disorder have begun appearing in court. Some courts set through the nights on Tuesday and are scheduled to do so on Wednesday. Most of the offences relate to looting. Some of the appearing are as young as 11 years old. The majority of the defendants have been pleading guilty. Many have been committed for sentence to higher courts which can impose longer jail sentences.

Opposition activists in Syria say 18 people have been shot dead by government forces in the city of Homs. There are reports of security forces carrying out a huge operation there. Jim Muir reports from neighboring Lebanon.

Activists report renewed violence with loud explosion shaking the area of Barbar Amrow and intensive machine gunfire reported there and in other quarters. Tanks were said to be involved in the bombardments, implying the Syrian army units were involved. But in other areas, the authorities seemed to be eager to demonstrate that the military are being stood down and a number of foreign journalists were taken to the city of Hama further north where they saw columns of tanks and armored personnel carriers as well as truckloads of troops being driven out of the area.

Share prices in the United States have fallen sharply. The Down Jones Index in New York ended the day 4% down wiping out the recovery it made from falls earlier in the week. Here is our business reporter, Duncan Bartlett.

Share price values have been swinging violently recent days but the primary direction is downward. Traders don't seem convinced that the US government or the central bank have anything left they can do to turn the economy round. On Tuesday, the US Central Bank the Federal Reserve promised it will keep interest rates near zero for two years. That led to a rally, but the gains were largely wiped out on Wednesday.

Earlier, in Europe, stock markets also fell sharply with bank shares taking the most severe battering. Shares in French banks fell the furthest as rumors circulated that France could lose its AAA credit rating. This was later contradicted by the French government and major credit rating agencies.

You are listening to the World News from the BBC.

Twelve allies of the former President of Ivory Coast Laurent Gbagbo have been charged with armed insurrection and plotting against the state. They include the head of the former ruling party and the former president's son. They were arrested in April after months of turmoil following Mr. Gbagbo's refusal to accept the outcome of November's elections which were won by President Allassane Ouattara. Around 3,000 people were killed in the brutal conflict.

A campaign to vaccinate refugee children from Somalia against measles is beginning in southeast Ethiopia where many have fled to escape drought and conflict. Forty thousand measles vaccinations have been airlifted into the town of Dollo Ado near the Kobe refugee camp. Here is our world affairs correspondent Mike Wooldridge.

Officials of the UN Refugee Agency say the situation is alarming. The refugee influx into Ethiopia varies that into Kenya. Many of the children are acutely malnourished and weak. Vaccination of all children between 6 months and 15 years in the Kobe camp is due to begin today. Children will also be vaccinated in other camps in the area that are for now seeing fewer cases. And in the surrounding communities in the hope of containing the measles threat.

Police in Colombia have arrested a woman they say laundered money for the Sinaloa drug cartel in Mexico. The woman Dolly Cifuentes Villa was detained in wealthy neighborhood of Medellin. People say she took over the money laundering business from her late brother Francisco, the personal pilot of the Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.

A jury in the United States has recommended the death sentence be imposed on a 51-year-old man found guilty of killing 11 women. Anthony Sowell hid their remains at his home in Cleveland. The judge will have the final saying on his sentence. Prosecutors accused Sowell of luring drug-addicted women into his home with alcohol or narcotics.

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BBC News with Gaenor Howells

Police are out in force again in London andother cities across England to try to prevent any repeat of the violence andlooting of the last four nights. The Prime Minister, David Cameron, haspromised that the police will get all the resources they need including watercannon if necessary. Rob Watson reports.

Mr. Cameron said the government would notallow a culture of fear on Britain streets and whatever resources the policeneeded, they would get. He said contingency plans were in place for the use ofwater cannon and other measures have not been ruled out. Mr. Cameron insisted afight back was now underway. But there were parts of British society that wassick and suffered from a complete lack of responsibility.

More than eight hundred suspects have beenarrested in London and hundreds more elsewhere. People charged with taking partin the disorder have began appearing in court. Some courts set through thenight on Tuesday and are scheduled to do so again on Wednesday, most of theoffences relate to looting. Some of those appearing are as young as elevenyears old. The majority of defendants have been pleading guilty. Many have beencommitted for sentence to higher courts which can impose longer jail sentences.

Opposition activists in Syria say eighteenpeople have been shot dead by government forces in the city of Homs. There arereports of security forces carrying out a huge operation there. Jim Muirreports from neighboring Lebanon.

Activists report renewed violence with loudexplosions shaking the area of Deir al-Zour and intensive machine gun firereported and in other quarters. Tanks were set to be involved in thebombardments, implying that Syrian army units were involved. But in other areasthe authorities seem to be eager to demonstrate that the military are beingstood down. A number of foreign journalists were taken to the city of Hama forthe north where they saw columns of tanks and armored personnel carriers aswell as truckloads of troops being driven out of the area.

Share prices in the United States havefallen sharply. The Dow Jones index in New York ended the day four percentdown, wiping out the recovery it made from falls earlier in the week. Here is ourbusiness reporter Duncan Bartlett.

Share price values have been swingingviolently in recent days, but the primary direction is downward. Traders don'tseem convinced that the US government or the central bank have anything leftthey can do to turn the economy round. On Tuesday, the US central bank, theFederal Reserve promised it would keep interest rates near zero for two years.That led to a rally but the gains were largely wiped out on Wednesday.

Earlier in Europe, stocks markets also fellsharply with bank shares taking the most severe battering. Shares in Frenchbanks fell the furthest as rumor circulated that France could lose its AAA credit rating. This was latercontradicted by the French government and major credit rating agencies.

You are listening to the World News from theBBC.

Twelve allies of the former President ofIvory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo have been charged with armed insurrection andplotting against the state. They include the head of the former ruling partyand former president's son. They were arrested in April after months of turmoilfollowing Mr. Gbagbo's refusal to accept the outcome of November's electionswhich were won by President Alassane Ouattara . Around three thousand peoplewere killed in the brutal conflict.


A campaign to vaccinate refugee childrenfrom Somalia against measles is beginning in southeastern Ethiopia when manyhave fled to escape drought and conflict. Forty thousand measles vaccinationshave been airlifted into the town of Dollo Ado near the K refugee camp. Here isour World Affairs correspondent Mike Wooldridge.

Officials of the UN refugee agency say thesituation is alarming, the refugee influx into Ethiopia mirrors that intoKenya. Many of the children are acutely malnourished and weak. Vaccination ofall children between six months and fifteen years in the K camp is due to begintoday. Children will also be vaccinated in other camps in area that are for now seeing fewer cases and in the surrounding communities in the hope ofcontaining the measles threat.

Police in Colombia have arrested a womanthey say laundered money for the Sinaloa cartel in Mexico. The woman DollyCifuentes Vill was detained in a wealthy neighborhood of Medellin. Police sayshe took over of the money laundering business from late brother Francisco, thepersonnel pilot of the Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.

A jury in the United States has recommendedthe death sentence be imposed on a 51-year-old man, found guilty of killingeleven women. Anthony Sowell hit their remains at his home in Cleveland . Thejudge will have the final say on his sentence. Prosecutors accused Sowell ofluring drug addicted women into his home with alcohol or narcotics.
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   BBC News with Gaenor Howells.

   Police are out in force again in London and other cities across England to try to prevent any repeat of the violence and looting over the last four nights. The Prime Minister David Cameron has promised that the police will get all the resources they need including water cannon if necessary. Rob Watson reports.

   Mr. Cameron said the government would not allow a culture of fear on Britain streets and whatever resources the police needed they would get. He said contingency plans were in place of the use of water cannon and other measure had not been ruled out. Mr. Cameron insisted a fight back was now under way but that there were parts of British society that were sick and suffered from a complete lack of responsibility.

   More than eight hundred suspects have been arrested in London and hundreds more elsewhere. People charged with taking part in the disorder have begun appearing in court. Some courts set through the night on Tuesday and scheduled to do so again on Wednesday. Most of the offenses relate to looting. Some of those appearing are as young as 11 years old. The majority of defendants have been pleading guilty. Many have been committed for sentence to higher courts which can impose longer jail sentences.

   Opposition activists in Syria say eighteen people have been shot dead by government forces in the city of Homs. There are reports of security forces carrying out huge operation there. Jim Muir reports from neighboring Lebanon.

   Activists’ report renewed violence with a loud explosion shaking the area of Deir al-Zour and an intensive machinegun fire were reported there and in other quarters. Tanks were said to be involved in the bombardments implying that the Syrian army units were involved. But in other areas, the authorities seem to be eager to demonstration that the military are being stood down. A number of foreign journalists were taken into the city of Hama for the north where they saw columns of tanks and armored personnel carriers as well as truckloads of troops being driven out of the area.

   Share prices in the United States have fallen sharply. The Dow Jones index in New York ended the day 4% down, wiping up the recovered made from falls earlier this week. Here is our business reporter Duncan Bartlett.

   Share price values have been swinging violently in recent days but the primary direction is downward. Traders don’t seem convinced that the US government or the Central Bank have anything left they can do to turn the economy round. On Tuesday, the US Central Bank, the Federal Reserve promised it would keep the interest rate near zero for two years. That led to a rally but the gains were largely wiped out on Wednesday.

   Earlier, the Europe stock markets also fell sharply with the bank shares taking the most severe battering. Shares in French banks fell the furthest as rumors circulated that France could lose its AAA credit rating. This was later contradicted by the French government and major credit rating agencies.

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

   Twelve allies of the former President of Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo have been charged with armed insurrection and plotting against the state. They include the head of the former ruling party and the former President’s son. They were arrested in April after months of turmoil following Mr. Gbagbo’s refusal to accept the outcome of November’s elections which were won by President Alassane Ouattara. Around 3,000 people were killed in the brutal conflict.

   A campaign to vaccinate refugee children from Somalia against measles is beginning in southeastern Ethiopia where many have fled to escape from drought and conflict. 40,000 measles vaccinations have been airlifted into the town of Dollo Ado, near the **refugee camp. Here is our world affairs correspondent Mike Wooldridge.

   Officials of the UN Refugee Agency say the situation is alarming. The refugee influx into Ethiopia mirrors that into Kenya. Many of the children are acutely malnourished and weak. Vaccinations of all children between 6 months and 15 years in the ** Camp is due to begin today. Children will also be vaccinated in other camps in the area that are often now seeing fewer cases and in the surrounding communities in the hope of containing the measles threat.

   Police in Colombia have arrested a woman they say laundered money for the Sinaloa drug cartel in Mexico. The woman, Dolly Cifuentes Vill, was detained in a wealthy neighborhood of Medellin. Police say she took over the money laundering business from her late brother Francisco, the personal pilot of the Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.

    A jury in the United States has recommended the death sentence being imposed on a fifty-one-year-old man finding guilty of killing eleven women. Anthony Sowell hit the remains at his home in Cleveland. The judge will have the final say on his sentence. Prosecutors accused Sowell of alluring drug addicted women into his home with alcohol or narcotics.

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Police are out in force again London and other cities across England to try to prevent any repeat of the violence of looting of the last fortnights. The Prime Minister David Cameron has promised that the police will get all the resources they need including water cannon if necessary. Rob Watson reports.

Mr. Cameron said that the government would not allow a culture of fear on Britain’s streets and whatever resource the police need it, they would get. He said contingency plan is in place for the use of water cannon and other measures had not been ruled out. Mr. Cameron insisted a fight back was now on the way, but there were parts of British society that were sick and suffered from a complete lack of responsibility.

More than 800 suspects are arrested in London, and hundreds more elsewhere. People charged with taking part of the disorder have begun appearing in court. Some courts said through the night on Tuesday and a schedule to do again on Wednesday, most of the offensives related to looting. Some of them appearing are as young as 11 years old. The majority of the defendants have been pleading guilty; many have been committed for sentence to higher courts which can impose longer jail sentences.

Opposition activists in Syria say 18 people had been shot dead by government forces in the city of Homs. There’re reports of security forces carrying out a huge operation there. Jim Muir reports from neighboring Lebanon.

Activists report renewed violence with loud explosion shaking the air of * and intense of machine gun fire reported and in other quarters. Tanks were said to be involved in the bombardments, implying the Syrian army units were involved. But in other areas the authority seems to be eager to demonstrate that the military have been stood down. A number of foreign journalists were taken to the city of Hama further north where they saw columns of tanks and armored personnel carriers as well as truckloads of troops being driven out of the area.

Share prices in the United States have fallen sharply. The Dow Jones index in New York ended the day 4% down, wiping out the recoveries made from falls earlier this week. Here’s our business reporter, Duncan Bartlett.

Share price values have been swinging violently in recent days, but the primary direction is downward. Traders don’t seem convinced that the US government or the central bank have anything left they can do to turn the economy round. On Tuesday, the US Central Bank, the Federal Reserve, promised it would keep interest rates near 0 for 2 years. That led to a rally, but the gains will largely wipe out on Wednesday.

Earlier in Europe, stock market also fell sharply with bank shares taking the most severe battering. Shares in French banks fell the furthest, as rumors circulated that France could lose its AAA credit rating. This was later contradicted that by the French government and major credit rating agencies.

You are listening to the world news from the BBC.

12 allies of the former president of Ivory Coast, * have been charged with armed insurrection and plotting against the state. They include the head of the former ruling party and the former president’s son. They were arrested in April after months of turmoil following Mr. * refusal to accept the outcome of the November’s elections which were won by President *. Around 3000 people were killed in the brutal conflict.

A campaign to vaccinate refugee children from Somalia against measles is beginning in southeast Ethiopia when many have fled to escape from drought and conflict. 4000 measles vaccinations have been air lifted into the town of * near the * refugee camp. Here’s our world affairs correspondent, Mike Wooldridge.

Officials of the UN Refugee Agency say the situation is alarming. The refugees’ influx into Ethiopia mirrors that in Kenya. Many of the children were acutely malnourished and weak. Vaccination of all children between 6 months and 15 years in the * camp is due to begin today. Children will also be vaccinated in other camps in the area that are often now seeing fewer cases and in the surrounding communities in the hope of containing the measles threat.

Police in Colombia have arrested a woman they say loaned money for the * drug cartel in Mexico. The woman was detained in the wealthy neighborhood of *. Police say she took over the money laundering business from her brother Francisco, the personal pilot to the Colombia drug lord *.

A jury in the United States has recommended the death sentence be imposed on a 51-year-old man found guilty of killing 11 women. Antony hit the remains at his home in Cleveland. The judge will have the final say on his sentence. Prosecutors accuse * of luring drug addicted women into his home with alcohol and narcotics.

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BBC News with Gaenor Howells.

Police are out in force again in London and other cities across England to try to preventing any repeat of the violence and looting of the last four nights. The Prime Minister David Cameron has promised that the police will get all the resources they need, including water canon if necessary. Rob Watson reports.

Mr. Cameron said the government will not allow cultural fear on Britain streets and whatever resources the police needed they would get. He said contingency plans were in place for the use of water canon and other measures have not been ruled out. Mr. Cameron insisted a fight back was now underway, but that there were parts of British society that were sick and suffered from a complete lack of responsibility.

More than 800 suspects have been arrested in London and hundreds more elsewhere.

People charged with taking part of disorder have begun appearing in court. Some courts set though the night on Tuesday and a schedule to do so again on Wednesday. Most of the offenses related to looting. Some of those appearing are as young as 11 years old. The majority of defends have been pleading guilty. Many have been committed for sentence to higher courts which can impose longer jail sentences.

Opposition activists in Syria say 18 people have been shot dead by government forces in the city of Homs. There are reports of security forces carrying out a huge operation there. Jim Muir reports from neighboring Lebanon.

Activists report renewed violence with loud explosions shaking the area of XXXX and intensive machine gun fire reported there and in other quarters. Tanks were said to be involved in the bombardments implying the Syrian army units were involved. But in other areas, the authorities seem to be eager to demonstrate that the military have been stood down. A number of foreign journalists were taken to the city of Hama further north where they saw columns of tanks and armored personnel carriers as well as truck loads of troops being driven out of the area.

Share prices in the United States have fallen sharply. The Dow Jones Index in the New York ended the day 4% down, wiping out the recovery made from earlier in the week. Here is our business reporter Duncan Bartlett.

Share price values have been swinging violently in recent days, but the primary direction is downward. Traders do not seem convince that the U.S. government or the central bank have anything left they can do to turning the economy round. On Tuesday, the U.S. central bank, the federal reserve, promise it will keep interest rates are near zero for two years. That led to a rally but the gains were largely wiped out on Wednesday.

Earlier in the Europe stock markets also fall sharply with bank shares taking the most severe battering. Shares in French banks fell the furthest as rumor circulated that France could lost its AAA credit rating. It was later contradicted by the French government and major credit rating agencies.

You are listening to the World News from the BBC.

12 allies of the former President of Ivory Coast Laurent Gbagbo have been charged with armed insurrection and plotting against the state. They include the head of ruling party and former president’s son. They were arrested in April after months of turmoil following Mr. Gbagbo’s refusal to accept the outcome of November’s elections, which were won by President Alassane Ouattara. Around 3,000 people were killed in the brutal conflict.

A campaign to vaccinate refugee children from Somalia against to measles is beginning in southeastern Ethiopia where many have fled to escape drought and conflict. Forty thousand measles vaccinations have been airlifted into the town of Dollo-Ado near the Kobe refugee camp. Here is our world affairs correspondent Mike Wooldridge.

Officials of U.N. refugee agencies say the situation is alarming. The refugee influx into Ethiopian mirrors that into Kenya. Many of the children are acutely malnourished and weak. Vaccination of all children between six month and 15 years in the Kobe camp is due to begin today. Children will also be vaccinated in other camps in the area that are for now seen fewer cases and the surrounding communities in the hope of containing the measles threat.

Police in Columbia have arrest a woman. They say laundered money for the Sinaloa drug cartel in Mexico. The woman, Dolly Cifuentes Villa, was detained in a wealthy neighborhood of Medellin. Police say she took over the money laundering business from her late brother Francisco, the personal pilot of the Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.

A jury in the United States has recommended the death sentence be imposed on a 51-year-old man found guilty of killing 11 women. Antoine Sowell hid their remains at his home in Cleveland. The judge will have the final say on his sentence. Prosecutors accused Sowell of luring drug-addicted women into his home with alcohol or narcotics.

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Police are out in force again in London and other cities across England ,to try to prevent any repeat violence and looting of the last 4 nights.The Prime Minister David Cameron,has promised the police will get all the resources they need,including water cannon if necessary . %% reports.

Mr Cameron said the government would not allow a culture of fear on Briton's streets,and whatever the resources the police needed,they would get.He said contingency plans were in place for the use of water cannon and other measures had  not been ruled out.Mr Cameron insisted that a fightback was now on the way,but there were parts of the Britain's society were sick and  suffered from the completely lack of responsibility .

More than 800 suspects have been arrested in London ,and hundreds more elsewhere .People charged with taking part in the disorder have begun appearing in the court.Some courts  sat through the night on Tuesday and scheduled to do so again on Wednesday. Most of the offences relate to looting.Some of those appearing are as young as 11 years old. The majority of the defendants have been pleading guilty.Many have been committed for sentence to higher courts,which can impose longer jail sentences.

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Earlier in Europe stock markets also fell sharply with bank shares taking the most severe battering.Shares in French banks fell the furthest as rumors circulated that the France could lose its AAA credit rating.This was later contradicted by the French government and major credit rating agencies.
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Twelve of allies of the former President of Ivory Coast,%%,have been charged with armed insurrection plotting against the state.They included the head of the ruling party and the former President's son.They were arrested in April after months of tumor following Mr %%'s refusal to accept the outcome of November's selections,which were won by the President %%.Around 3,000 people were killed in the brutal conflict.

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