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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald

The Texas state governor Rick Perry has confirmed he'll stand for the Republican Party nomination in the US presidential elections next year. His announcement comes as eight existing Republican candidates take part in an unofficial straw poll in Iowa state, which could influence who is eventually chosen to challenge Barack Obama. Rajesh Mirchandani reports from Washington.

Rick Perry announces his intention to run for president with a stirring speech to supporters in South Carolina. He spoke of humble farming roots and values of hard work, faith and thrift. He criticised President Obama's economic policies, which he said had left the US with record debt and high unemployment. "It's time to get America working again," he said. And he thinks he is the man to do it. The governor of Texas is a fiscal conservative with a track record of creating jobs and reducing government. He's religious with socially conservative views, and he could be the candidate to unite both moderate and Tea Party Republicans.

A doctor in the Syrian city of Hama says the recent operation by security forces against the opposition there has had a severe effect on medical services. He told the BBC that people were refusing to go to one of the main hospitals because security forces were present and had killed some of the wounded. He said two hospitals had been destroyed during the week-long offensive, and others heavily damaged. The doctor, who did not wish to be named, gave his assessment of the number of dead in the city. His voice has been replaced here by an actor.

"I want to point out that the number of people killed during this attack is about 2,000. We can't find the bodies of many of the dead because they are under houses destroyed by missiles, and some bodies have been taken by the security forces and photographed to make them look like members of armed gangs."

President Obama and King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia have jointly called for the Syrian government to immediately halt the use of violence against its citizens. In a phone conversation, they expressed deep concerns about the situation in Syria.

The Libyan government has dismissed suggestions that rebels have taken control of the centre of the strategically important coastal town of Zawiya, in the west of the country. A group of international journalists travelling through the town heard gunfire, and rebel reports said government troops were fleeing. Matthew
(Martin口误) Price reports from Tripoli.

The rebels will have to take Zawiya if they are to be able to advance on the capital. The town lies on the main route running along the coast from Tripoli to Tunisia. Without it, the government is, in effect, cut off from the outside world. Libyan rebels have been pushing north towards Zawiya for some weeks now. Earlier today, it was reported that they had advanced to within 25km off it. The Libyan Information Minister Moussa Ibrahim said a small group of rebels had attacked the town and had been forced back by the Libyan army.

That was Matthew Price, and you're listening to the World News from the BBC.

The prime minister of Somalia has announced the creation of a special force to protect convoys delivering aid to people affected by drought and famine. Abdiweli Mohamed Ali said an initial force of 300 men would also protect camps for the displaced in the capital Mogadishu. He was speaking after meeting the United Nations emergency relief coordinator Valerie Amos. She said improved security in Mogadishu meant the UN was now able to step up relief efforts.

Police in Britain say more than 2,000 people have now been arrested in connection with rioting and looting in England over the past week. In London, courts are operating through the weekend to process more than 700 people who've been charged in the capital alone. Some senior magistrates have expressed concern at the speed suspects are being dealt with, saying it could affect the justice process. Richard Monkhouse is a trustee of the Magistrates' Association.

"The speed of these cases coming to court, sometimes you have your think: well, are we actually trying to do this too quickly? Are we trying to do this without all the full information that magistrates can assess what the seriousness of the offence and who the offender is? It's almost knee-jerk. Can you think...well, just calm down."

England's cricketers have beaten India and so made sure that they'll go to the top of the international Test match rankings. England's win by an innings and 242 runs gave them a 3-0 lead in the four-match series. Richard Connelly reports.

Experienced former players believe this is the finest England team of their lifetimes, and although India were dreadfully under-prepared, the gap between the sides in the series so far has been enormous. Here, England won with a day and a half to spare. One England batsman, Alastair Cook, survived nearly 13 hours at the crease in this game, longer than both Indian and England's combined. Cook was man of the match for his 294 and says the England team want to build on their achievement.

BBC News


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straw poll n. 测验民意的投票 an informal test of several people's opinions to see what the general feeling about something is

thrift u.n. 节俭 wise and careful use of money, so that none is wasted

magistrate n. 地方法官 someone, not usually a lawyer, who works as a judge in a local court of law, dealing with less serious crimes

have a think (BrE) 想一想 to think about a problem or question

knee-jerk adj. 自动反应的 a knee-jerk reaction, answer etc is what you feel or say about a situation from habit, without thinking about it

innings n. (板球)局; 回合 the period of time in a game of cricket when a team or player bats

crease n. (球手的)界线 the line where the player has to stand to hit the ball in cricket

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BBC News with Fiona McDonald

The Texas state governor, Rick Perry, is confirmed he will stand for the Republican Party Nomination in the US presidential elections next year. His announcement comes as eight existing republican candidates take part in a unofficial straw poll in the Ohio state which could influence who is eventually chosen to challenge Barack Obama. Rajesh Mirchandan reports from Washington.

Rick Perry announces his intension to run for president with a sterling speech to supporters in South Carolina. He spoke of humble faming routes and values of hard work faith and thrift. He criticized President Obama's economic policies which he said had left the US with record debt and higher employment. It's time to get America working again, he said and he thinks he is the man to do it. The governor of Texas is a fiscal conservative with a track record of creating jobs and reducing governance. His religion's with socially conservative views and he could be the candidate to unit both moderate and Tea Party Republicans.

A doctor in the Syrian city of Hama says the recent operation by security forces against the opposition there has had a severe effect on medical services. He told the BBC that the people are refusing to go to one of the main hospitals because security forces were present and had killed some of the wounded. He said two hospitals had been destroyed during the week long offensive and others heavily damaged. The doctor who did not wish to be named gave this assessment of the number of dead in the city. His voice has been replaced here by an actor.

“I want to point out that the number of people killed during this attack is about two thousand. We can't find the bodies of many of the dead coz they are under houses destroyed by missiles. And some bodies have been taken by the security forces and photographed to make them look like members of armed gangs.”

President Obama and King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia have jointly called for the Syrian government to immediately halt the use of violence against its citizens. In a phone conversation, they expressed deep concerns about the situation in Syria.

The Libya government has dismissed suggestions that rebels have taken control of the centre of strategically important coastal town of Zawiyah in the west of the country. A group of international journalists traveling through the town heard gunfire and rebel reports said government troops were fleeing. Matthew Price reports from Tripoli.

The rebels will have to take Zawiyah if they are to be able to advance on the capital. The town lies on the main route running along the coast from Tripoli to Tunisia. Without it, the government is in effect cut off from the outside world. Libyan rebels have been pushing north towards Zawiyah for some weeks now. Earlier today, it was reported that they had advanced to within twenty five kilometers of it. The Libyan Information Minister Mousa Ibrahim said a small group of rebels had attacked the town and had been forced back by the Libyan army.  

That was Matthew Price.

You are listening to the world news from the BBC.

The Prime Minister of Somalia has announced the creation of a special force to protect convoys delivering aid to people affected by drought and famine. Abdiweli Mohamed Ali said that an initial force of three hundred men would also protect camps for the displaced in the capital Mogadishu. He was speaking after meeting the United Nations Emergency Relief Coordinator, Wally Amos. She said improved security in Mogadishu meant the UN was now able to step up relief efforts.

Police in Britain say more than two thousand people have now been arrested in connection with rioting and looting in England over the past week. In London, courts are operating through the weekend to process more than 700 people who have been charged in the capital alone. Some senior magistrates have expressed concerns at the speed suspects have been indulged with, say it could affect the justice process. Richard Monocles is a trustee of the magistrates association.

“The speed of these cases coming into court sometimes you have, you think, well, are we actually trying to do this too quickly, are we trying to do this without all the full information that magistrates can assess what the seriousness of the offense and who the offender is. It's almost needed. Can you think, well, it just calm down.”

England's cricketers have beaten India and so make sure that they go the top of international test match rankings. England's win by innings and 242 runs, gave them a three nil lead in the four match series. Richard Conley reports.

Experienced former players believe this is the finest England team of their life times and although India will dreadfully underprepared. The gap between the sides in the series so far has been enormous. Here England won with the day and a half to spare. One England best man Alex Cook, survived near 13 hours at the increase of this game, longer than both India innings combined. Cook was one of the match face 294 and says the England team want to build on their achievements.  

BBC News
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald
The Texas state governor Rick Perry has confirmed he’ll stand for Republican Party nomination in the US presidential elections next year. His announcements come as eight existing candidates take part in an unofficial straw poll in Iowa State which could influence who is eventually chosen to challenge Barak Obama.
“Rick Perry announces his intention to run for president with a stirring speech to supporters in South Carolina. He spoke of humble farming roots and values of hard work, faith and thrift. He criticizes President Obama’s policies, which he said had left the US with record debt and higher employment. It’s time to get America working again, he said. He thinks he is the man to do it. The governor of Texas is a fiscal conservative with a track record of creating jobs and reducing governments. His religious is socially conservative used. He could be the candidate to unite both moderate and tea party republicans.”
A doctor in the Syrian city of Hama says that the recent operation by security forces against the opposition there had had a severe effect on medical services. He told the BBC that people were refusing to go to one of the main hospitals, because the security forces were present and had killed some of the wounded. He said two hospitals had been destroyed during the week-long offensive and others heavily damaged. The doctor, who did not wish to be named, gave his assessment of the number of dead in the city. His voice had been replaced here by an actor.
“I want to point out, that the number of people killed during this attack is about 2,000. You can’t find bodies of many of the dead, because they are under houses destroyed by missiles, and some bodies have been taken by the security forces and photographed to make them look like members of armed gangs.
President Barak Obama and King Abudullah of Saudi Arabia jointly call for the Syrian government to immediately halt the use of violence against its citizens. In a former conversation, it expressed deep concern about the situation in Syria.
The Libyan government has dismissed suggestions of rebels taking control of the center of the strategically important coastal town of Zawiyah of the west of the country. A group of international journalists traveling through the town heard gunfire and rebel reports that government troops were fleeing. Mathew Price reports from Tripoli.
“The rebels have to take Zawiyah if they are to be able to advance on the capital. The ***lines on the main route running along the coast from Tripoli to Tunisia. Without it, the government is in effect cut off from the outside world. Libyan rebels have been pushing north towards Zawiyah for some weeks now. Earlier today, it was reported that they have advanced within 25 km of it. The Libyan information minister Musa Ibrahim said a small group of rebels had attacked the town and have been forced back by the Libyan army.
The Prime Minister of Somalia has announced the creation of a special force to protect convoys delivering aid to people affected by draught and famine. Abuduwel Muhammad Dhali said an initial force of 300 men would also protect ***counts for the displaced in the capital of Mogadishu. He was speaking after meeting the United Nations emergency relief coordinator Larry Amos. She said to improve security in Mogadishu, the UN was now ready to step up relief efforts.
Police in Britain say more than 2000 people have now been arrested in connection with rioting and looting in England over the past week. In London, courts are operating through the weekend to process more than 700 people who have been charged in the capital alone. Some senior magistrates express concern of the speed the suspects have been dealt with, saying it could affect the justice process. Richard Montcairo is a trustee of the magistrate association.
“The speed of these cases coming into court, sometimes you think, well, ah, are we actually trying to do this too quickly, are we try to doing this without a full information the magistrates can assess how serious are these offence and who these offenders are. It’s almost **, can you say, just calm down.
England’s cricketers have beaten India and so may truly go to the top international test match rankings. England’s win by 242 runs give them a 3-0 lead in the four match series. Richard Connelly reports
“Experienced former players believe this is the finest England team of their lifetimes and although India was dreadfully under-prepared, the gap between the sides in the series so far has been enormous. Here England won with a day and a half to spare. One England batsman, Alex Cook, survived a 13-hours of  the increase in this game, longer than both England and India combined. Cook was man of the match with 294 and says the England team wants to build on their achievements
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BBC news with Fiona MacDonald.

The Texas state governor Rick Perry confirmed he'll stand for the Republican Party nomination in the US presidential elections next year. His announcement comes as aid existing republican candidates take part in an unofficial's draw poll in Iowa state which could influence who is eventually chosen to challenge Barack Obama. Rajesh Mirchandani reports from Washington.

Rick Perry announces his intention to run for presidency with a stirring speech to supporters in South Carolina. He spoke of humble farming roots and values of hardwork, faith and thrift. He criticized president Obama's economic policies which he said had left the US with rackle debt and higher unemployment. "It's time to get America working again", he said. And he thinks he is the man to do it.

The governor of Texas is a physical conservative with a track record of creating jobs and reducing governments . He's religious with socially conservative views and he could be the candidate to unite both moderate and Tea Party Republicans.

A docter in the Syrian city of Hama says the recent operation by security forces against the opposition there has had a severe effect on medical services. He told the BBC people were refusing to go to one of main hospitals because security forces were present and had killed some of the wounded. He said two hospitals had been destroyed during the week-long offensive and others heavily damaged. The docter who'd not wish to be named gave us an assessment of the number of dead in the city. His voices had been replaced here by an actor.

" I want to point out that the number of people killed during this attack is about 2000. We can't find the bodies of many of the dead, because they are under houses destroyed by missiles. And some bodies have been taken by the security forces and photographed to make them look like members of armed gangs."

President Obama and King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia have jointly called for the Syrian government to immediately halt the use of violence against its citizens. In a phone conversation they expressed deep concerns about the situation in Syria.

The Libyan government has dismissed suggestions that rebels have taken control of the center of the strategically important coastal town of Al-Zawiya in the west of the country. A group of international journalists travelling through the town heard gunfire and rebel reports said government troops were fleeing. Martin Price reports from Tripoli.

The rebels would have to take Al-Zawiya if they are to be able to advance on the capital. The town lies on the main route running along the coast from Tripoli to Tunisia. Without it the government is in effect cut off from the outside world. Libyban rebles have been pushing north toward Al-Zawiya for some weeks now. Earlier today it was reported that they had advanced to within 20km of it. The Libyan Information Minister  Musa Ibrahim said a small group of rebels had attacked the town and had been forced back by the Libyan army.

I'm with Matthew Price , and you are listening to the world news from the BBC.

The prime minister of Somalia has announced the creation of a special force to protect convoys delievering aid to people affected by drought and famine. Abdiweli Mohamed Ali said an initial force of 300 men would also protect camps for the displaced in the capital Mogadishu. He was speaking after meeting the United Nations Emergency Relief coordinator Valerie Amos. She said improved security in Mogadishu meant the UN is now able to step up relief efforts.

Police in Britain say more than 2000 people have now been arrested in connection with rioting and looting in England over the past week. In London courts are operating through the weekend to process more than 700 people who've been charged in the capital alone . Some senior magistrates have expressed concern at the speed suspects have been dealt with, saying it could affect justice process. Richard Monkhouse is a trustee of the Magistrate's Association.

"The speed of this cases come into courts. Sometime you have your think , well, are we actually trying to do this too quickly? Are we trying to do this without full information that the magistrates can assess what the serousness of the offense and who the offender is. It's almost x . Can you think of it? Just calm down."

England's cricketers have beaten India, so made true the goal to the top of the international test match rankings. England's win by an innings and 242 runs gave them a 3-0 lead in four match series. Richard Conley reports .

Experienced former players believe this is the finest England team of their lifetimes. And although India would dreadfully under prepared, the gap between the side in the series so far has been enormous . Here England won with a day and half to spare. One England batsman Alastair Cook survived nearly 13 hours at the increase in this game, longer than both Indian innings combined. Cook was met at the match face 294 and says the England team want to build on their achievements.

BBC news.
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The British prime minister has told parliament that the killing and looting of the sort last week will not be tolerated. He blamed the culture that the children were not told right from wrong rahter than poverty.
The prime minister said the whole country was shocked by the event and the country will not put up such a violence. He promised tough action against youth gangs and others involved in the violence which he blamed on culture and irresponsibility rather than spending cuts or economic downturn. The young people that did flaming flags and burning shops; that was not about our politics or protest; it was about theft. Parliament united in condemning the violating but there was criticism of police tactics and government plans to  cut public spending and the number of police officers.
The French market regulator has warned investigating in punish what he called unfounded rumors which be blamed by some for big fluctuation in the values of French bank shares.Concerns about US debt caused wild string in the US market. Today it was up sharply.
After several weeks of extreme volitilicy Thursday saw another dramatic session in Wall Street with investers pushing the Done-Jone more than 500 points that made up for huge loss yesterday but not for the ground it lost since American suffering debt rating which was down grading last weekend.
President O has acknowledged to wild string on the market to challenge the US economy. He also warned Europ's debt problems were lapping upon our shores. Shares in Europ rocket earlier despite continuous concern about the spreading debt crisis.
Italian financial minister has told parliament the government costs to be cut, state company privatized, and taxes raised on savings. The measures will be part of our program to satisfy the European central bank that Italy is controlling its debts.
The governing body of world football fifa has announced investigating 13 Caribbean football union officials    attempted bribery that involved former presidential candidate Hama. Mr Hama was banned from football for life in July after he was found guilty of tring to buy votes in the fifa presidential election.
Among officials from    are implicated. They are alleged to have been envelopped containing 4000 dollars in cash in return for backing. Fifa presidential Hama has denied any attempted bribery took place. Fifa said on sixteen will be invited for fresh interviews and it does not rule out further disciplinary action in the future.
Opposition activists and residents said Syrian security forces have killed at least 12 civilians mainly in the province of . Authorities continued to try to stop protests against president Isad.Communication and electricity in the town of reported to be cut off and security forces carrying out in mass arrests. Elsewhere in Syria there were reports that the army is going to control the city  close to the border with Iraq.
The United Nation's peace-keeping mission in Ivory Coast said 26 people have been killed in the past month mainly by armed groups loyal to president Olasan Waterlo. He was su office in April. The killing took place in South and West o f the country where some groups were loyal to the former president Bankbone. The UN said a small number of killing was carried out by pro-Bankbone malitian groups.
The International Maritime Bureau says piracy has become more common in the west African state of  with 15 attacks in the first half of this year. The head of the Bureau Captain explained how the pirates operate. The vessels are taken by armed pirates and then forced to sail to an unkown destination where the cargo is discharged into a smaller tanker and vessel is dropped back and released. In some cases, two or three crew memebers have been kidnapped and are taken ashore and held until a ransom is paid.
High waves heading for the coast of has triggered an alert of the whole country's coast line. Afficials warned people not to fish,   bathe or practice water sport while the alert was in place. Forecasters said the waves which caused by highwinds heading north from Chile the cost line for Thursdays evening for up to three days.

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2011-08-14
BBC news with Fiona Macdonald

The Texas state governor Rick Perry has confirmed he’ll stand for the Republican Party nomination in the US presidential elections next year. His announcement comes as 8 existing presidential candidates take part in an unofficial straw poll in Iowa State which could influence who is eventually chosen to challenge President Barack Obama. Rajesh Mirchandani reports from Washington.

Rick Perry announces his intention to run for president with a stirring speech to supporters in South Carolina. He spoke of humble farming routes and values of hard work, faith and thrift. He criticized President Obama’s economic policies which he said had left the US with record debt and high unemployment. “It’s time to get America working again”, he said, and he thinks he is the man to do it. The governor of Texas is a fiscal conservative with a track record of creating jobs and reducing government. He is religious with socially conservative views and he could be the candidate to unite both moderate and T-Party Republicans.

A doctor in the Syrian city of Hama says the recent operation by security forces against the opposition there has had a severe effect on medical services. He told the BBC that the people are refusing to go to one of the main hospitals because security forces were present and had killed some of the wounded. He said two hospitals have been destroyed during the week-long offensive and others heavily damaged. The doctor who did not wish to be named gave us an assessment of the number of dead in the city. His voice has been replaced here by an actor.

I want to point out that the number of people killed here during this attack is about 2000. We can’t find the bodies of many of the dead because they are under houses destroyed by missiles. And some bodies have been taken by security forces and photographed to make them like members of armed gangs.

President Obama and King / of Saudi Arabia have jointly called for the Syrian government to immediately halt the use of violence against its citizens. In a formal conversation, they expressed deep concerns about the situation in Syria.

The Libyan government has dismissed suggestions that rebels have taken control of the centre of the strategically important coastal town of Zawiyah in the west of the country. A group of international journalists travelling through the town heard gunfire and rebel reports said government troops were fleeing. Matthew Prite reports from Tripoli.

The rebels will have to take Zawiyah if they are to be able to advance on the capital. The town lies on the main route running along the coast from Tripoli to Tunisia. Without it, the government is in effect cut off from the outside world. Libyan rebels have been pushing north towards Zawiyah for some weeks now. Earlier today, it was reported that they had advanced within 25 kilometres of it. The Libyan information minister / said a small group of rebels had attacked the town and had been forced back by the Libyan army. That was Matthew Prite.

You are listening to the world news from the BBC

The prime minister of Somalia has announced the creation of a special force to protect convoys delivering aid to people affected by drought and famine. / said an initial force of 300 men would also protect camps for the displaced in the capital Mogadishu. He was speaking after meeting the United Nations Emergency Relief Coordinator / . She said improved security in Mogadishu meant the UN was now able to step up relief efforts.  

Police in Britain say more than 2,000 people have now been arrested in connection with rioting and looting in England over the past week. In London, courts are operating through the weekend to process more than 700 people who’ve been charged in the capital alone. Some senior magistrates have expressed concern at the speed are being dealt with, saying that it could affect the justice process. Richard / is a trustee of the Magistrates Association.  

The speed of this case is coming into court. Sometimes, you are having a thing. Well, are we actually trying to do this too quickly? Are we trying to do this without all the full information that magistrates can assess what the seriousness of the offence and who the offender is? It’s obviously legion. Can you think, well, just calm down.

England’s cricketers have beaten India and so make sure that they go to the top of the international test-match rankings. England’s win by innings in 242 runs give them 3-0 lead in the four-match series. Richard Conley reports.

Experienced former players believe this is the finest England team of their lifetimes. And although India would dreadfully underprepared, the gap between the sides in the series so far has been enormous. Here England won with a day and a hatch to spare. One England batsman, Alex Cook, survived nearly 13 hours at the / of this game longer than both India and English combined. Cook was man of the match phase 294 and says the England team want to build on their achievements.

BBC news
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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald

The Texas state governor Rick Perry is confirmed he’ll stand for the Republican Party nomination in the US presidential elections next year. His announcement comes as eight existing Republican candidates take part in an unofficial straw poll in Iowa state which could influence who is eventually chosen to challenge Barack Obama. Rajesh Mirchandan reports from Washington.

Rick Perry announced his intention to run for president with a stirring speech to supporters in South Carolina. He spoke of humble farming roots and values hard work, faith and thrift. He criticized President Obama’s economic policies which he said had left the US with record debt and high unemployment. “It’s time to get America working again,” he said and he thinks he is the man to do it. The governor of Texas is fiscal conservative with a track record of creating jobs and reducing governments. His religious with socially conservative views and his could be the candidate to unite both moderate and tea-party Republicans.

A doctor in the Syrian city of Hama says the recent operation by security forces against the opposition there has had severe effect on medical services. He told the BBC that people were refusing to go to one of the main hospitals because security forces were present and had killed some * wounded. He said two hospitals have been destroyed during the week-long offensive and others heavily damaged. The doctor who’d not wish to be named gives us an assessment of the numbers of the dead in the city. His voice will be replaced here by an actor.

“I want to point out that the number of people killed joining this attack is about 2,000. We can’t find the bodies of many of the dead, cause’ they are under houses destroyed by missiles. Some bodies have been taken by security forces and photographed to make them look like members of armed gangs.”

President Obama and King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia have jointly called for the Syrian government to immediately hold the use of violence against citizens. In a formal conversation they express deep concerns about the situation in Syria.

The Libyan government has * that rebels have taken control of the centre strategically important coastal town of Zawiya in the west of the country. A group of international journalists traveling through the town heard gun fire and rebel reports said government troops were fleeing. Matthew Price reports from Tripoli.

The rebels will have to take Zawiya f they are able to advance on the capital. The town lies on the main route running along the coast from Tripoli to Tunisia. Without it, the government is in effect cut off from the outside world. Libyan rebels have been pushing north towards Zawiya for some weeks now. Earlier today it was reported that they had advanced to within 25kms of it. The Libyan information minister M said a small group of rebels had attacked the town and had been forced back by the Libyan army.

That is Matthew Price. You’re listening to the World News from BBC.

The Prime Minister of Somalia has announced the creation of a special force to protect *
to people affected by drought and famine. Abdiweli Mohamed Ali said an initial force of 300 men would also protect camps for the displaced in the capital Mogadishu. He was speaking after meeting the United Nations Emergency Relief coordinator Wally Amos. She said improve security in Mogadishu means the UN is now able to step up relief efforts.


Police in Britain say more than 2,000 people have now been arrested in connection with rioting and looting in England over the past week. In London, courts are operating through the weekend to process more than 700 people who’d been charged in the capital alone. Some senior magistrates have expressed concerns that the speed suspects have been dealt with could affect the justice process. Richard Monocles is a trustee of the Magistrates’ Association.

“The speed of these cases comes into the court sometimes help you think of all we actually trying to do this too quickly, all we trying to do this without all the full information. The magistrates can’t assess what was seriously defenced and who the defender is. It was almost le*. Can you think of? Well, just calm down.”

England’s cricket team has beaten India and so make sure that they will go to the top of the international test match Rankings. England’s won by 200 fortitude rounds, gave them a 3-* lead in four match series. Richard Conley reports.

Experienced former players believe this is the finest England team of their lifetimes. Although India was dreadfully underprepared, the gap between the sides in the serials so far has been enormous. Here England had one * day and a half to spare. One England’s best man Alex Cook survived nearly 13 hours to * this game, longer than both India * combined. Cook was one of the match * 294 and says the English team want to build on their achievements.

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        BBC News with Fiona McDonald.
        The Texas state governor, Rick Perry, is confirmed he will stand for the Republican Party nomination in the U.S. presidential elections next year. His announcement comes as 8 existing republican candidates take part in an unofficial Straw poll in the Ohio state which could influence who is eventually chosen to challenge Barack Obama. Rajesh Mirchandani reports from Washington.
        Rick Perry announces his intension to run for President with a sterling speech to supporters in South Carolina. He spoke of humble faming routes and values of hard work faith and thrift. He criticized President Obama's economic policies which he said had left the U.S. with record debt and higher employment. It's time to get America working again, he said and he thinks he is the man to do it. The governor of Texas is a fiscal conservative with a track record of creating jobs and reducing governments. His religious was socially conservative views and he could be the candidate to unit both moderate and Tea Party Republicans.
        A doctor in the Syrian city of Hama says the recent operation by security forces against the opposition there has had a severe effect on medical services. He told the BBC that the people are refusing to go to one of the main hospitals because security forces were present and had killed some of the wounded. He said 2 hospitals had been destroyed during the week long offensive and others heavily damaged. The doctor who did not wish to be named gave this assessment of the number of dead in the city. His voice has been replaced here by an actor.
        “I want to point out that the number of people killed during this attack is about 2,000. We can't find the bodies of many of the dead because they are under houses destroyed by missiles. And some bodies have been taken by the security forces and photographed to make them look like members of armed gangs.”
        President Obama and King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia have jointly called for the Syrian government to immediately halt the use of violence against its citizens. In a phone conversation, they expressed deep concerns about the situation in Syria.
        The Libyan government has dismissed suggestions that rebels have taken control of the center of strategically important coastal town of Zawiya in the west of the country. A group of international journalists traveling through the town heard gunfire and rebel reports said government troops were fleeing. Matthew Price reports from Tripoli.
        The rebels will have to take Zawiya if they are to be able to advance on the capital. The town lies on the main route running along the coast from Tripoli to Tunisia. Without it, the government is in effect cut off from the outside world. Libyan rebels have been pushing north towards Zawiya for some weeks now. Earlier today, it was reported that they had advanced to within 25 kilometers of it. The Libyan Information Minister Moussa Ibrahim said a small group of rebels had attacked the town and had been forced back by the Libyan army.  
        That was Matthew Price.
        You are listening to the world news from the BBC.
        The Prime Minister of Somalia has announced the creation of a special force to protect convoys delivering aid to people affected by drought and famine. Abdiweli Mohamed Ali said that an initial force of 300 men would also protect camps for the displaced in the capital Mogadishu. He was speaking after meeting the United Nations Emergency Relief Coordinator, Wally Amos. She said improved security in Mogadishu meant the UN was now able to step up relief efforts.
        Police in Britain say more than 2,000 people have now been arrested in connection with rioting and looting in England over the past week. In London, courts are operating through the weekend to process more than 700 people who’ve been charged in the capital alone. Some senior magistrates have expressed concerns at the speed suspects have been indulged with saying could affect the justice process. Richard Monocles is a trustee of the magistrates association.
        “The speed of these cases coming into court sometimes how you have, you think, well, are we actually trying to do this too quickly, are we trying to do this without all the full information that magistrates can assess what the seriousness of the offense and who the offender is. It's almost needed. Can you think, well, it just calm down.”
        England's cricketers have beaten India and so make sure that they go the top of international test match rankings. England's win by innings and 242 runs, gave them a 3 nil lead in 4match series. Richard Conley reports.
        Experienced former players believe this is the finest England team of their life times and although India will dreadfully underprepared. The gap between the sides in the series so far has been enormous. Here England won with the day and a half to spare. One England best man Alex Cook, survived near 13 hours at the increase of this game, longer than both India innings combined. Cook was one of the match face 294 and says the England team want to build on their achievements.  
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The Texas state governor Rick Perry, is confirmed he will stand for the Repulicant Party nomination in the US presidential elections next year. His announcement comes as eight existing Republican candidates take part in an unofficial stroll poll in Ohio state, which could influence who is eventually chosen to challenge Barrack Obama. Rajesh Mirchandan reports from Washington.
Rick Perry announces an intention to run for president with a stirring speech in south Carolina. He spoke of humble farming routes and values of hard work, faith and thrift. He criticized President Obama's economic policies, which he said had left US with record debt and high unemployment. It's the time to get America working again, he said. He thinks he is the man to do it. The governor of Texas is a fiscal conservative with a track record of creating jobs and reducing government. His religions with socially conservative use that he could be the candidate to unite both moderate and Tea Party republicants.

A doctor in the Syrian city of Hama says the recent operation by security forces against the opposition there has added severe effect on medical services. He told the BBC that people are refusing to go to one of the main hospitals, because security forces were present and had killed some of the wounded. He said 2 hospitals have been destroyed during the week-long offensive and others heavily damaged. The doctor who did not wish to be named gave his assessment of the number of dead in the city. His voice has been replaced  here by an actor.
I want to point out that the number of people killed during this attack is about 2000. We can't find bodies of many of the dead, cause they are under houses destroyed by missiles, and some bodies have been taken by the security forces and photographed to make them look like members of armed gangs.

President Obama and King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia have jointly call for the Syrian government to immediately hold the use of violence against its citizens. In a former conversation, they expressed deep concerned about the situation in Syria.

The Lybian government has dismissed a suggestion of rebels have taken control of the center of the strategically important coastal town of Al-Zawiya in the west of the country. A group of international journalists travelling through the town heard gunfire and rebel report said government troops were fleeing. Martin Price reports from Tripoli.
The rebels will have to take Zawiya if they are to be able to advance on the capital. The town lies on the main route running along the coast from Tripoli to Tunisia. Without it, the government is ineffective, cut off from the outside world. Lybian rebels have been pushing north towards Zawiya for some weeks now. Earlier today it was reported that they had advanced to within 25 kilometres of it. The Lybian Information Minister Mousa Ibrahim said a small group of rebels had attacked the town and had been forced back by the Lybian army.

That was Matthew Price. You are listening to the world news from the BBC.

The Prime Minister of Somali has announced the creation of a special force to protect convoys delivering aid to people affected by drought and famine. Abdiweli Mohamed Ali said that an initial force of 300 men would also protect camps for the displaced in the capital of Mogadishu. He was speaking after meeting the United Nations Emergency Relief  Coordinator, Wally Amos. She said improved security in Mogadishu meant the UN was now able to step up relief efforts.

Police in Britain say more than 2000 people have now been arrested in connection with rioting and looting in England over the past week. In London, courts are operating through the weekend to process more than 700 people who have been charged in tha capital alone. Some senior magistrates have expressed concern at the speed suspects have been dealt with, saying it could affect the justice process. Richard Monkhouse is a trustee of the Magistrate's Association.
The speed of these cases come into courts. Sometimes you have to think, well, are we actually trying to do this quickly, are we trying to do this without all the full information that magistrates can assess what the seriousness of the offense and who the offender is. It's almost xx. Can you think, well, just calm down.

England's cricketers have beaten the India and so make sure that the goal to the top of the international test-match rankings. England’s win by innings in 242 runs give them 3-0 lead in the four-match series. Richard Conley reports.

Experienced former players believe this is the finest England team of their lifetimes. And although India would dreadfully underprepared, the gap between the sides in the series so far has been enormous. Here England won with a day and a half to spare. One England batsman, Alex Cook, survived nearly 13 hours at the xxx of this game longer than both India and English combined. Cook was man of the match phase 294 and says the England team want to build on their achievements.

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BBC news with Fiona McDonald.
The Texas state governor Rick Perry is confirmed he will stand for the Republican Party nomination and US presidential election next year. His announcement comes at 8 existing Republican candidates take part at an unofficial straw poll in Ohio state which could influence who will eventually chosen to challenge with President Obama. Rajesh Mirchandan reports from Washington.

Rick Perry announced his attention to run as president with sterling speech to support him in South Carolina. He spoke of humble farming routes and value the hard work faith and thrift. He criticized President Obama’s economic policy which he said that left the US with record debt and higher employment. “It is the time to get American working again” he said, and he thinks he is the right man to do it. The governor of Texas is the fiscal conservative with a track record of creating jobs and reducing governance. His religious, with socially conservative views and he could be the candidates to unite both moderate and Tea Party Republicans.  

A doctor in the Syrian city of Hama says the recent operation by Security Forces against opposition there has added severe impact on medical services. He told BBC that people are refusing to go to one of the main hospitals because security forces were present and have killed some of the wounded. He said 2 hospitals have been destroyed during the week long offensive. Another heavily damaged. The doctor who did not wish to be named gave us an assessment of the number of dead in the city. His voice has been replaced here by an actor.

“I want to point out that the number of people killed during this attack is about 2000. We can’t find bodies many of the dead cause there are under houses destroyed by missile and some bodies have been taken by the Security Forces and photographed to make them look like armed gang.”

President Obama and King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia joined the call for the Syrian government to immediately halt the use of violence against its citizens. In a phone conversation he expressed deep concern about the situation in Syria.

The Libyan government has dismissed suggestion of rebel have taken control of the center of the strategically important coastal town of Zawia in the west of the country. A group of international Journalists traveling through the town heard gunfire and rebel reports said government forces have fleeing. Matthew Price reports from Tripoli.

The rebels will have to take Zawia if they are to be able to advance on the capital. The town lies on the main route running along the coast from Tripoli to Tunisia, without it, the government is ineffected to cut off from the outside world. Libyan rebels have been pushing north to south Zawia for some weeks now. Earlier today, it was reported that they didn’t want to within 25 km of it. The Libyan information minister Mousa Ibrahim said a small group of rebels have attacked the town and have been forced back by the government army.

That was Matthew Price. You are listening to the world news from the BBC.

The Prime Minister of Somalia has announced the creation of Special Forces to protest convoy delivering aid to people affected by drought and famine. Abdiweli Mohamed Ali said there is no initial force of 300 men which also protect camps for the displacement in the capital Mogadishu. He was speaking after meeting the United Nation emergency relief coordinator Wally Amos. He said improve security in Mogadishu meant the UN was unable to step up relive efforts.  

Police in Britain say more than 2000 people have now been arrested in connection with rioting and looting in England over the last week. In London, courts are operating through the weekend to processed more than 700 people who have been charged in the capital alone. Some senior magistrates have expressed concern of the speed suspect to be dealt with, saying it could affect the justice process. Richard Monocles is the trustee of the ministry association.

“The speed of these cases comes into court sometime you have to think, you will. All we actually are trying to do this too quickly. All we are trying to do this without all full information. The magistrates can’t assess what serious of the offense and who the offender is. It is almost needed, can you think they can calm down.”

England cricketers have beaten India so make sure they go to the top of the international test match rankings. England won by innings and 242 runs, give them 3 nil lead in the 4 match series. Richard Conley reports.

Experience former player believe this is a finest England team of their lifetimes and although Indian was dreadfully unprepared. The gap between the sides in series so far has been enormous. Here England won with a day and a half to spare. One England best man Alex Cook, survived nearly 13 hours of the increase in the game longer than both England and Indian combined. Cook was one of the match faces 294 and this is England team want to build on their achievement.
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

The Texas State governor Rick Perry is confirmed he will stand for the Repubican Party nomination in the US presidential elections next year. His announcement comes at eighth existing Republican candidates take part in an unofficial straw poll in Iowa State, which could influence who is eventually chosen to challenge Barack Obama. Rajesh Mirchandan reports from Washington.

Rick Perry announced he is intention to run for President with a steering speech to supporters in South Carolina. He spoke of humble farming route and values of hard work faith and thrived. He criticised President Obama's economic policies which he said have left the US with record debts and higher unemployment. It's time to get America working again, he said, and he thinks he is the man to do it. The governor of Taxes is a fiscal conservative with a track record of creating jobs and reducing governments. His religious with socially conservative views and he could be the candidate to unit both moderates and Tea Party Republicans.

A doctor in the Syrian city of Hama says a recent operation by security forces against the opposition there, has had severe effect on medical services. He told the BBC that People were refusing to go to one of the main hospitals because security forces were present and had killed some of the wounded. He said two hospitals had been destroyed during the week long offensive and others heavily damaged. The doctor who did not wish to be named gave / assessment of a number of dead in the city. His voice has been replaced here by an actor.

'I want to point out that the number of people killed during this attack. It's about 2000. We can't find the bodies of many of the dead because they are under houses destroyed by missiles. Some bodies have been taken by the security forces and photographed to make them look like numbers of armed gangs. '

President Obama and King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia have jointly called for the Syrian government to immediately hold the use of violence against citizens. In a phone conversation, they expressed deep concerns about the situation in Syria.

The Libyan government has dismissed suggestions that rebels have taken control of the centre of strategically important coastal town of Zawiyah in the west of the country. A group of International journalists travelling through the two heard gunfire and rebel reports said government troops were fleeing. Matthew Price reports from Tripoli.  

The rebels will have to take Zawiyah if they are to be able to advance on the capital. The two lies on the main route running along the coast from Tripoli to Tunisia. Without it, the government is in effect cut off from the outside World. Libyan rebels have been pushing north towards Zawiyah for some weeks now. Earlier today, it was reported that they had advanced to within 25 kilometres of it. The Libyan Information Minister Musa Ibrahim said a small group of rebels had attacked the town and had been forced back by the Libyan army.  

And that was Matthew Price. You are listening to the World News from the BBC.

The Prime Minister of Somalia has announced the creation of special force to protect convoys delivering aid to people affected by drought and famine. Abdiweli Mohamed Ali said that no initial force of 300 men would also protect camps for the displaced in the Capital Mogadishu. He was speaking after a meeting the United Nations Emergency Relief Coordinator Wally Amos. She said improved security in Mogadishu meant the UN was now able to step up release relief efforts.

Police in Britain say more than 2,000 people have now been arrested in connection with rioting and looting in England over the past week. In London, courts are operaring through the weekend to process more than 700 people, who've been charged in the capital alone. Some senior magistrates have expressed concern at the speed suspects have / with, saying could affect the justice process. Richard Monocles is a trustee of the magistrate association.

'The speed of this cases coming to courts, sometime you have, you think, are we actually trying to do this too quickly. Are we trying to do this without all the full information that magistrates can assess what the seriousness of the offense and who the offender is. It's almost major can you think well, just calm down.

England's cricketers have beaten Indian so made sure that go to the top of international test match ranking. England's win by / 242 runs, gave them three / lead in the four match series. Richard Conley reports.

Experienced former players believe this is the finest England team of their lifetimes and although India would dreadfully underprepared. The gap between the sides in the series so far has been enormous. Here, England won with the day a half to spare. One England bastman Alex Cook, survived nearly 13 hours of crease in this game, longer than both Indian innings combined. Cook was the man of the match face 294 and says the England Team want to build on their achievements.

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The Texas state governor, R P, is confirmed he'll ..the Republican Party Nomination in the US presidential elections next year. His announcement comes as eight existing republican candidates take part in a unofficial * poll in the ..state which could influence who is eventually chosen to challenge Barack Obama. ... reports from Washington.


Rick Perry announces his intension to run for president with a stirring speech to supporters in South Carolina. He spoke of humble farming roots and values of hard work faith and thrift. He criticized President Obama's economic policies which he said had left the US with reckle debt and higher employment. It's time to get America working again, he said and he thinks he is the man to do it. The governor of Texas is a fiscal conservative with a track record of creating jobs and reducing governments. His religious with socially conservative views and he could be the candidate to unit both moderate and Tea Party Republicans.


A doctor in the Syrian city of Hama says the recent operation by security forces against the opposition there has had a severe effect on medical services. He told the BBC that the people are refusing to go to one of the main hospitals because security forces of president and had killed some of the wounded. He said two hospitals had been destroyed during the week long offensive and others heavily damaged. The doctor who did not wish to be named gave this assessment of the number of dead in the city. His voice has been replaced here by an actor.


“I want to point out that the number of people killed during this attack is about two thousand. We can't find the bodies of many of the dead coz they are under houses destroyed by missiles. And some bodies have been taken by the security forces and photographed to make them look like members of armed gangs.”


President Obama and King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia have jointly called for the Syrian government to immediately halt the use of violence against its citizens. In a phone conversation, they expressed deep concerns about the situation in Syria.


The Libya government has dismissed suggestions that rebels have taken control of the centre of * important coastal town of Zawiyah in the west of the country. A group of international journalists traveling through the town heard gunfire and rebel reports said government troops were fleeing.reports from Tripoli.


The rebels will have to take .if they are to be able to advance on the capital. The town lies on the main route running along the coast from Tripoli to Tunisia. Without it, the government is in effect cut off from the outside world. Libyan rebels have been pushing north towards..for some weeks now. Earlier today, it was reported that they had advanced to within twenty five kilometers of it. The Libyan Information Minister Mousa Ibrahim said a small group of rebels had attacked the town and had been forced back by the Libyan army.  


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You are listening to the world news from the BBC.


The Prime Minister of Somalia has announced the creation of a special force to protect .. delivering aid to people affected by drought and famine. Abdiweli Mohamed Ali said that an initial force of three hundred men would also protect .. for the displaced in the capital Mogadishu. He was speaking after meeting the United Nations Emergency Relief leader, ... She said improved security in Mogadishu meant the UN was now able to step up relief efforts.

Police in Britain say more than two thousand people have now been arrested in connection with rioting and looting in England over the past week. In London, courts are operating through the weekend to process more than 700 people who have been charged in the capital alone. Some senior magistrates have expressed concerns at the speed suspects have been dealt with, say it could affect the justice process. R M is a trustee of the magistrates association.

“The speed of these cases coming into court sometimes you have, you think, well, are we actually trying to do this too quickly, are we trying to do this without all the full information that .. can assess what the seriousness of the offense and who the offender is. It's almost *. Can you think of it, well, just calm down.”

England's cricketers have beaten India and so ..that they go the top of international test match rankings. England's win by .. and 242 .., gave them a three meal lead in the four match series. .. reports.

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BBC News Fiona MacDonald

  The Texas state governor Rick Perry has confirmed he’ll stand for the Republican Party nomination in the US presidential elections next year. His announcement comes as aide existing republican candidates take part in an unofficial straw poll in Iowa State which could influence who is eventually chosen to challenge Barack Obama. Rajesh Mirchandani reports from Washington.
  Rick Perry announces his intention to run for president with a stirring speech to supporters in South Carolina. He spoke of humble farming roots and values of hard work, faith and thrift. He criticized President Obama’s economic policies which he said had left the US with record debt and higher unemployment. It’s time to get America working again, he said, and he thinks he is the man to do it. The governor of Taxes is a fiscal conservative with a track record of creating jobs and reducing governments. He is religious with socially conservative youths and he could be the candidate to unite both moderate and Tea Party Republicans.
  A doctor in the Syrian city of Hama says the recent operation by security forces against the opposition there has had a severe effect on medical services. He told the BBC that people were refusing to go to one of the main hospitals because security forces were present and had killed some of the wounded. He said two hospitals had been destroyed during the week-long offensive and others heavily damaged. The doctor who did not wished to be named gave us the assessment of the number of the dead in the city. His voice has been replaced here by an actor.
  I want to point out that the number of people killed during this attack is about 2,000. We can’t find the bodies of many of the dead because they are under houses destroyed by missiles and some bodies have been taken by the security forces and photographed to make them look like members of armed gangs.
  President Obama and King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia have jointly called for the Syrian government to immediately halt the use of violence against its citizens. In a phone conversation, they expressed deep concerns about the situation in Syria.
  The Libya government has dismissed suggestions that rebels have taken control of the centre of the strategically important coastal town of Zawiya in the west of the country. A group of international journalists travelling though the town heard gunfire and rebel reports said government troops were fleeing. Matthew Price reports from Tripoli.
  The rebels will have to take Zawyia if they are to be able to advance on the capital. The town lies on the main route running along the coast from Tripoli to Tunisia. Without it, the government is in effect cut off from the outside world. Libyan rebels have been pushing north towards Zawyia for some weeks now. Earlier today, it was reported that they had advanced to within 25km of it. The Libyan Information Minister Musa Ibrahim said a small group of rebels had attacked the town and had been forced back by the Libyan army.
And with Matthew Price, you are listening to the World News from the BBC
  The Prime Minister of Somalia has announced the creation of a special force to protect convoys delivering aid to people affected by drought and famine. Abdiweli Mohamed Ali said an initial force of 300 men would also protect camps for the displaced in the capital Mogadishu. He was speaking after meeting the United Nations Emergency Relief coordinator, Valerie Amos. She said improved security in Mogadishu meant the UN was now able to step up relief efforts.
  Police in Britain say more than 2,000 people have now been arrested in connection with rioting and looting in England over the past week. In London, courts are operating through the weekend to process more than 700 people who’ve been charged in the capital alone. Some senior magistrates have expressed concern that the speed suspect have been dealt with, saying it could affect the justice process. Richard Monkhouse is a trustee of the Magistrates Association.
  The speed of these cases is coming to chaos. Sometimes, how you think, well, all we’re actually trying to do this too quickly, all we’re trying to do this without the full information that magistrates can assess what the seriousness of the events and who the offender is. It’s almost meager, can you think, well, just calm down.
  England’s cricketers have beaten Indian so make sure they’ll go to the top of the international test match rankings. England’s win by an innings and 242 rounds gave them a three-nil lead in the four-match series. Richard Conley reports.
  Experienced former players believe this is the finest England team of their lifetimes and although India were dreadfully underprepared. The gap between the sides in the series so far has been enormous. Here England won with a day and a half to spare. One England batsman Alstair Cook survived nearly 13 hours at the crate in this game longer than both Indian innings combined. Cook was man of the match face 294 and says the England team want to build on their achievement.
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   The Texas state governor Rept  is confirmed to stand Republican nomination in the U.S presidential elections next year. His announcement came as the eighth existing Republican candidate taking part in an official drawing poll in Iowa state which could infirm who would be eventually be choosen to challenge ~ Obama. ROCHERT DAFFULY reports from Washington. Rick Perry announced his intention to run for the president with a ~ speech to support in South Colorado. He spoke a humble farming roots, and values of hard work faith and throat. He criticized president Obama's economic policies which he said left U.S record of debt and high unemployment. It's time to get America to work again and he is the man to do it. The governor of Texas is fiscal conservative with a track record of creating jobs and reducing governments'. His religious with socially conservative views and he could be the candidate to unite both moderate and tea party Republican.   
  A doctor in the Syrian city of Hama says the recent operation by security forces against the opposition there had severe effect on medical care services. He told the BBC people are refusing to go one of the main hospitals because security forces were present there and had killed some of the wounded. He said two hospitals have been destroyed during the week-long offensive and others heavily damaged. The doctor who did not wish to be named gave an assessment of the number of dead in the city. His voice has been replaced here by an actor. I want to play out the number been killed in the hack is about 2000. We cam not find the bodies of many of the dead. Because they are under-houses destroyed by mice houses. And some bodies had been taken to the security forces and photographed to make them like the members of armed gangs.
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