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BBC News with Fiona McDonald

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 Mirchandani reports from Washington.
Rick Perry announced his attention 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 debts and high unemployment. It's time to get America working again, he said, that 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. 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, '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 called for the Syrian government to immediately halt the use of violence against its citizens in a phone conversation to express 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 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 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 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'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 is said to improve security in Mogadishu and 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 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 coming to court sometimes you'll 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 offense and who the offender is? It's almost *, 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 an innings and 242 runs gives 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 (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, Alastair Cook, survived nearly 13 hours at the crease in this game, longer than both Indian and Engs combined. Cook was 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,xx, 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.xx reports from Washington.

xx announces his intension to run for president with a stering 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 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 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 have been destroyed during the week-long offensive and others heavily damaged.The doctor who did not to be wished to be named gives 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 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 gang.

President Obama and king xx of Saudi Arabia jointly call for the Syrian government to immediately hault the use of violence against its citizens.In a formal conversation ,they expressed deep concern about the situation in Syria.

The Libyan government has dismissed suggestion that rebels have taken controled of the centre of the stragically important coastal town xx in the west of the country.A group of international journalists travelling through the town heard gun fire and xx reports say government troops were fleeing.xx reports from Tripoli.

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

It was xx .You are listening to the world news from the BBC.

The Prime Minister of Somalia has annoucned a creation of special force to protect convoice delivering aid to people affected by drought and farmine.xx said that an xx force of 300 men will also protect camps for the displaced in the capital Mogadishu.He was speaking after meeting United Nations emergency relieve coordinator xx.She said improved security in Mogadishu and the UN was now able to step up relief effort.

Police in Britain say that more than 2000 people has now been arrested in connection with rioting and looting in England over the past week.In London courts are operating  throught the weekend to process more than 700 people who had been charged in the capital alone.Some senior xx have expressed concerns at the speed suspects have been dealt with,saying it could affect the justice process.xx is a xx of the xx association.

The speed of these cases coming to court sometimes how you think will,all we actually trying to do this too quickly.All we are trying to do this without full informations and magisters can access what seriousness of the defence and who the defendant is.It's almost nature.Can you think xx.Just calm down.

England's criketers has beaten India and so make sure they go to the top of the internatioanl test xx trankling.Englands win by 142 runs give them a three nail lead in the four match series.xx reports.

Expericence former players believe that this is the finest England team of their life time.And although Indians were xx under prepared,the gap between the sides in the series so far has been enormous.Here England won with a day and a half despair.England's xx xx survived nearly 13 hours of xx,longer than both Indian and English combine.Cook was xx 294 and said the England team want to build on their achievements.

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BBC news with Fiona Macdonald.

The Texas state governor XX is confirmed he will stand for the Republican Party nomination in the US presidential elections next year. His announcement comes as eight exiting republican candidates take part in an unofficial straw pall in Ohio
State, which could influence who is eventually chosen to challenge Baraca Obama. Rajesh Mirchandan reports from Washington.


Rick Perry announced his intention to run for presidency with a stirring speech disported in South Carolina. He spoke of humble farming roots and values of hard work, faith and thrift. He critisesed 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 and he thinks he's 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 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 people were refusing to go to one of the main hospitals because security forces were present and had killed some other 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 his assessment of the number of dead in the city. His voice has been replaced here by an actor.

I want to point 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 the Syrian government to immediately halt the use of violence against its citizens. In a former 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 Zawiyah in the west of the country, A group of international journalists travelling through the town heard gunfire and rival reports said government troops were fleeing. Matthew Prite reports from Tripoli.

The rebels will have to take Zawiyah if they are to 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 toward Zawiyah for some weeks now. Earlier today, it was reported that they had advanced to within 25 kilometres 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 Prite 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 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 Wally Amos. She said improve security in Mogadishu meant the UN was now able to step up relief effort.

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 that the speed suspects have been dealt with, saying it could affect the justice process. Richard Monocles is a trustee of the Magistrates’ Association.

The speed of these cases coming to court, sometimes you haven't think what...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 **. Can you think of.... just calm down.

England's cricket team has beating Indian and so ** go to the top of the international test match ranking.  England's win by ** 200 and fortitude rounds gave them a three new lead in the for match series. Richard Conley reports.

Experienced former players believe this is the finest England team of their lifetimes and although India will dreadfully underprepared, the gap between the sides in the serials 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 crest in this game, longer than both Indian and English combined. Cook was met at the match face 294 and says the English team wants 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 US presidential elections next year. His announcement comes as eight exiting Republican candidates take part in an unofficial straw poll in Ohio state which could influence who is eventually chosen to challenge Barack Obama. Rajesh Mirchandan reports from Washington.

Rick Perry announces his attention to run for president with a sterling 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 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 Texas is a physical Conservative with a track-record of creating jobs and reducing governments. His religions was 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 affect 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 other wounded. He said two hospitals had been destroyed during the week along offensive, and  others heavily damaged. The doctor who did not wish to be named gave us an assessment of the number of the dead in the city. His voice has been replaced 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 of Abdullah 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 Zawia 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 Price reports from Tripoli.

The rebels will have to take Zawia if they are to be able to advance on the capital. The town lie on the main route, running along the coast from Tripoli to Tunisia. Without it, the government is , in fact, cut off from the outside world. Libyan rebels have been pushing north towards Zawia for some weeks now. Earlier today, it was reported that they had advanced to within 25km off it. The Libyan Information Minister Mousa Ibrahim said a small group of rebles 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 Court 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 have been charged in the capital alone. Some senior magistrates have expressed concerns at the speed suspects have been dealt with, saying it could affect the justice process. Richard Monocles is a trustee of the Magistrates Association.

The speed of these cases coming to court, sometimes you have, how 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't assess what the seriousness of the defense and who the offender is. It's almost //. Can you think, well, just calm down.

England's cricketers have beaten Indian so make true that the goal to the top of the international test match rankings. England's win by an // in 242 runs, give them a thrill 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 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 spare. One England best man Alex Cook, survived nearly 13 hours at the increase in this game, longer than both Indian // combined. Cook was one of the match face 294 and says England team want to build on their achievement.

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BBC News with Fiona Macdonald
The Texas state governor Rick Perry is confirmed he will stand for the Republican Party nomination in the US Presidential elections next year. His announce comes as eight existing Republican candidates take part in an unofficial straw poll in Iowa State which could influence who eventually chosen to challenge Barack Obama. Rajesh Mirchandani reports from Washington

Rick Perry announced his intention to run for president with a staring 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 high unemployment. ‘It’s the time to get America working again’ he said and he thinks he is 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 use 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 oppression by security forces against the opposition there has added 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 other heavily damaged. The doctor who do 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 there’re under houses destroyed by missile 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 Arabian have jointly called for the Syrian government to immediately halt the use of violence against its citizens. In a formal conversation they expressed deep concern about the situation in Syria.

The Libyan government has dismissed suggestion 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 travelling through the town heard gunfire and rebel report 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 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 convoy 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 Untied Nations Emergency Relief coordinator Valeria Amos. She said improve 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 have been charged in the capital alone. Some senior magistrates have expressed concern at the speed suspects have been indwelled with saying it could affect the justice process. Richard X is a trustee of the magistrate association.

“The speed of these cases come into court sometimes 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 events and who the offender is. It’s almost teenager, can you just calm down.”

England’s cricketers have beaten India and so may chew at the goal to the top of the international Test match rankings. England’s win by an innings and 242 runs given them a 3-0 lead in the four match series. Richard Conley reports

Experienced formal players believe this is the finest England team of their lifetimes and although India was dreadfully underprepared. The gap between the sides and series so far has been enormous. Here England won with a day and half despair won England batsman X survived nearly 13 hours at the crickets in this game longer than both India innings combined. Cook was man of Match fits 294 and says the England team wanted to build on their achievement.
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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-14

BBC news with Fiona MacDonald.

The Texas State governor Rick Perry has 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 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 announced his attention to run for president with a stirling speech tosupporters in South Carolina.He spoke of humble farming roots and values of hard work,faith and thrift.He criticized President Obama's economic polices which he said had left 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 governments.He is 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 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 have been destroyed during the week long offensive and others heavily damaged.The doctor who'd not wished to be named,gave us 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 house destroyed by missiles and some bodies have been taken by the security forces and photographed to make them look like 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 costal town of Zawiya  in the western of the country.A group of international journalists traveling through the town heard gunfire and rebel reports 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,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 headed advance to within 25 kilometers 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.That was Martin 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 2000 people have now been arrested in connection with rioting and looting in England over the past weeks. In London,courts are operating through the weekend to process more than 300 people who have been charged in the capital alone.Some senior magistrates have expressed concern at the speed suspects have been dealt with,saying it could effect the justice process.Richard Monkhouse is a trustee of the Magistrates' Association.


The speed of these cases come into courts,some time you have your think well,are we actually trying to do this quickly,are we trying to do this without 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 make sure that they'll go to the top of the International test match rankings.England's win by innings 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 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 so spare.One England's batsmen Alstair Cook survived nearly 13 hours at the crease in this game longer than by 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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BBC news with Fiona MacDonald

The Texas state governor R P is confirmed he will stand for the Republican Party Nomination in the US presidential elections next year. His announcement comes as 8 resisting Republican candidates take part in an unofficial straw poll in Ohio State which could influence that is eventually chosen to challenge Barack Obama. RM reports from Washington.

R P announces that he’s in attention to run for president, with a stirring speech to support him 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 “has left US with record debt and higher unemployment”. “It’s time to get America working again”, he said, and he thinks he’s the man to do it. The governor of Texas is a fiscal 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 the 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 2 hospitals have destroyed during the week-long offensive and others heavily damaged. The doctor who did not wish to be named gives us the 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 the bodies of many of the dead because they’re 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 hold 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 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 Price reports from Tripoli.

The rebels will have to take Zawiyah if they are able to advance on the capital. The town lies on the main route running along the coast from Tripoli to Zawiyah. 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 24 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. * said that an initial force of 300 men would also protect camps forwardly 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 not 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 London over the past week. In London, courts 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 are dealt with; say it could affect the justice process. RM is a trustee of the magistrates association.

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

England’s cricketers have beaten Indian and so make sure that they go to the top of the international test match rankings. England’s win by innings and 242 ranks, give them a 3 nil lead in the four match series. Richard Connelly reports.

Experienced former players believe this is the finest England teems 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 and a half to spare. One England back man, Alex Cook, survived nearly 13 hours at the increase of this game, longer than both Indian innings combined. Cook was man of the match face 294 and says the England team wants to build on their achievements.

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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-14

1. The Texas State governor Rick Perry is confirmed your stand for Republican Party nomination in US presidential elections next year. His announcement comes at eight existing republican candidates taking part an unofficial stroll? poll in the Adward State which could influence who is eventually chosen to chanllege Barack Obama. Rages Mechendoni reports from Washington.
--Rick Perry announces his intention to run for president with stering  speech disported in South Carirana. His spoke of hambor farming roots, and values of hard work faith and swift. He criticised President Obama's economic policies which he said have left US with record debt and high unemployment. It's time to get America working again, he said, but he thinks he is the man to do it. The governor Texas is fiscal conservative with a track record of creating jobs and reducing governments. His religious, with socially conservative use, and he could be the candidate to Unite both moderate and tea party republicans.
2. A doctorchury in Syrian city of Hama says the recent operation by security forces against the opposition there has ** severe facts on medical services. He told BBC the people are refusing to go to one of the main hospitals because the security forces for president had killed some of the wounded. He said two hospitals have been destroyed during the week-long afensive and others heavily damaged. The doctor do not wish to be named, gave the assessment of the number of dead in the city. His voice's been replaced here by an actor.
--I want to point out that the number of people killed joined in this attack. It's about 2000. We can't find the bodies of many of the dead cause they are under houses destroyed by missiles, and some bodies has been taken by the security forces and photographed to make them look like members of armed guns.
President Obama and King Abudula of Sidiarebia jointly cold for the Syrian government to immediately halt the use of violence against citizens. In the former conversation expressed deep concerns about the situation in Syria.
3. The Libyan government has dismissed suggestion of rebels of taking control of central of strategily important coast town of **, in the west of the country. A group of international journalists traveling through the town, her gunfire and rebel reports say government troop were fleeing. Marty Price reports from Tripoli.
--The rebels will have to take somewhere if they are to be able to advance capital, the town lies on the main road, running along the coast from Tripoli to Junisia. Without it, the government is in an affect cut off from the outside world. Libyan rebels have been pushing north to Wat for some weeks now. Earlier today, it was reported that they headed advanced to its in 25 kilometers of it. The Libyan Information Minister ** said a small group of rebels had attacked the town and had been forced back by the Lybian army.
4. The Prime Minister of Somalia has announced the creation of a special force to pretect con-voice? delivering aid to people affected by drought and famine. ** said an initial force of 300 men would also pretect camps for the displaced in the capital Mogodishu. You are speaking after meeting United Nations Emergency Relief Court Nature Willary Emerce. She said improve security in Mogodishu made UN was now able to step up relieve faford?
5. Police in Britain say more than 2000 people have been arrested in connection with rioting and looting in England over the past week. In London,  Courts operating through the weekend to process more than 700 people who have been charged in the capital alone. Some senior majestry has expressed concerns of the speech suspects have been dealed with saying could affect the justice process. Rechard M* is the transtee of Mejestry association.
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1. The Texas State governor Rick Perry is confirmed your stand for Republican Party nomination in US presidential elections next year. His announcement comes at eight existing republican candidates taking part an unofficial stroll? poll in the Adward State which could influence who is eventually chosen to chanllege Barack Obama. Rages Mechendoni reports from Washington.
--Rick Perry announces his intention to run for president with stering  speech disported in South Carirana. His spoke of hambor farming roots, and values of hard work faith and swift. He criticised President Obama's economic policies which he said have left US with record debt and high unemployment. It's time to get America working again, he said, but he thinks he is the man to do it. The governor Texas is fiscal conservative with a track record of creating jobs and reducing governments. His religious, with socially conservative use, and he could be the candidate to Unite both moderate and tea party republicans.
2. A doctorchury in Syrian city of Hama says the recent operation by security forces against the opposition there has ** severe facts on medical services. He told BBC the people are refusing to go to one of the main hospitals because the security forces for president had killed some of the wounded. He said two hospitals have been destroyed during the week-long afensive and others heavily damaged. The doctor do not wish to be named, gave the assessment of the number of dead in the city. His voice's been replaced here by an actor.
--I want to point out that the number of people killed joined in this attack. It's about 2000. We can't find the bodies of many of the dead cause they are under houses destroyed by missiles, and some bodies has been taken by the security forces and photographed to make them look like members of armed guns.
President Obama and King Abudula of Sidiarebia jointly cold for the Syrian government to immediately halt the use of violence against citizens. In the former conversation expressed deep concerns about the situation in Syria.
3. The Libyan government has dismissed suggestion of rebels of taking control of central of strategily important coast town of **, in the west of the country. A group of international journalists traveling through the town, her gunfire and rebel reports say government troop were fleeing. Marty Price reports from Tripoli.
--The rebels will have to take somewhere if they are to be able to advance capital, the town lies on the main road, running along the coast from Tripoli to Junisia. Without it, the government is in an affect cut off from the outside world. Libyan rebels have been pushing north to Wat for some weeks now. Earlier today, it was reported that they headed advanced to its in 25 kilometers of it. The Libyan Information Minister ** said a small group of rebels had attacked the town and had been forced back by the Lybian army.
4. The Prime Minister of Somalia has announced the creation of a special force to pretect con-voice? delivering aid to people affected by drought and famine. ** said an initial force of 300 men would also pretect camps for the displaced in the capital Mogodishu. You are speaking after meeting United Nations Emergency Relief Court Nature Willary Emerce. She said improve security in Mogodishu made UN was now able to step up relieve faford?
5. Police in Britain say more than 2000 people have been arrested in connection with rioting and looting in England over the past week. In London,  Courts operating through the weekend to process more than 700 people who have been charged in the capital alone. Some senior majestry has expressed concerns of the speech suspects have been dealed with saying could affect the justice process. Rechard M* is the transtee of Mejestry association.
--The speed of this cases come across sometime how you think well how we are actually trying to do this too quickly, how we are trying to do this without all in full of this information, the mejestrace can access what serious this defence and who is the defendence. It's almost **. Can you think of, just calm down.
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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-14

1. The Texas State governor Rick Perry is confirmed your stand for Republican Party nomination in US presidential elections next year. His announcement comes at eight existing republican candidates taking part an unofficial stroll? poll in the Adward State which could influence who is eventually chosen to chanllege Barack Obama. Rages Mechendoni reports from Washington.
--Rick Perry announces his intention to run for president with stering  speech disported in South Carirana. His spoke of hambor farming roots, and values of hard work faith and swift. He criticised President Obama's economic policies which he said have left US with record debt and high unemployment. It's time to get America working again, he said, but he thinks he is the man to do it. The governor Texas is fiscal conservative with a track record of creating jobs and reducing governments. His religious, with socially conservative use, and he could be the candidate to Unite both moderate and tea party republicans.
2. A doctorchury in Syrian city of Hama says the recent operation by security forces against the opposition there has ** severe facts on medical services. He told BBC the people are refusing to go to one of the main hospitals because the security forces for president had killed some of the wounded. He said two hospitals have been destroyed during the week-long afensive and others heavily damaged. The doctor do not wish to be named, gave the assessment of the number of dead in the city. His voice's been replaced here by an actor.
--I want to point out that the number of people killed joined in this attack. It's about 2000. We can't find the bodies of many of the dead cause they are under houses destroyed by missiles, and some bodies has been taken by the security forces and photographed to make them look like members of armed guns.
President Obama and King Abudula of Sidiarebia jointly cold for the Syrian government to immediately halt the use of violence against citizens. In the former conversation expressed deep concerns about the situation in Syria.
3. The Libyan government has dismissed suggestion of rebels of taking control of central of strategily important coast town of **, in the west of the country. A group of international journalists traveling through the town, her gunfire and rebel reports say government troop were fleeing. Marty Price reports from Tripoli.
--The rebels will have to take somewhere if they are to be able to advance capital, the town lies on the main road, running along the coast from Tripoli to Junisia. Without it, the government is in an affect cut off from the outside world. Libyan rebels have been pushing north to Wat for some weeks now. Earlier today, it was reported that they headed advanced to its in 25 kilometers of it. The Libyan Information Minister ** said a small group of rebels had attacked the town and had been forced back by the Lybian army.
4. The Prime Minister of Somalia has announced the creation of a special force to pretect con-voice? delivering aid to people affected by drought and famine. ** said an initial force of 300 men would also pretect camps for the displaced in the capital Mogodishu. You are speaking after meeting United Nations Emergency Relief Court Nature Willary Emerce. She said improve security in Mogodishu made UN was now able to step up relieve faford?
5. Police in Britain say more than 2000 people have been arrested in connection with rioting and looting in England over the past week. In London,  Courts operating through the weekend to process more than 700 people who have been charged in the capital alone. Some senior majestry has expressed concerns of the speech suspects have been dealed with saying could affect the justice process. Rechard M* is the transtee of Mejestry association.
--The speed of this cases come across sometime how you think well how we are actually trying to do this too quickly, how we are trying to do this without all in full of this information, the mejestrace can access what serious this defence and who is the defendence. It's almost **. Can you think of, just calm down.
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BBC News with F 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 ** state which could influence who is eventually chosen to challenge Barack Obama. R M 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 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 A 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 Z 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 T. Without it, the government is in effect cut off from the outside world. Libyan rebels have been pushing north towards Z for some weeks now. Earlier today, it was reported that they had advanced to within 25 kilometers 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 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. A Mohamed Ali said that an initial force of three hundred men would also protect camps for the displaced in the capital M. He was speaking after meeting the United Nations Emergency Relief Coordinator, W 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 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 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 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.
Richard Monocles is a trustee of the magistrates association.

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 C 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 mn 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 achievement.
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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald.
Texas State Governor Rick Perry has 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 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 economy policies which he said had left the US with record debt and high unemployment. It’s time to 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 added 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 us assessment to 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 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 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 Zawiya in the west of the country. A group of international journalists travelling through the town heard gun fire and revel 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 km 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 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 delivering aid to people affected by draught 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 UN 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 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 over the speed suspects have been dealt with saying it could affect the justice process.
Richard / is the trustee of the magistrate association. The speed of these cases coming to courts sometimes how do you think? Well, all we are actually trying to do is too quickly. Are we trying to do this without all full information that magistrates can’t assess what seriousness of defence and who the offender is. It’s almost / can you think? Well, just calm down.
England’s cricketers have beaten India so make sure that they go to the top of the 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 lifetimes. 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 best man Alex Cook survive dnearly 13 hours at the / in this game longer than both Indian innings combined. Cook was one of the match / 294 and says the England team want to build on their achievements.
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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald.

The Texas state governor Rick Perry has 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 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 announced 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 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 fiscal 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 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 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 us the 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 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 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 25 kilometres off 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 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 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 have been charged in the 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 Magistrates Association.
The speed of these cases coming to courts 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 events and who the offender is. It's almost needed. Can you think, well, just calm down.

England's cricketers have beaten India and so make sure that they'll go to the top of the international test match rankings. England's win by innings and 242 runs gave them a 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 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 Alastair Cook survived nearly 13 hours at the crease 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 achievements.

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The Taxes state governor Rick Perry has 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 an unofficial straw poll in Iowa State, which could influence who is eventually chosen to challenge Barak Obama. Rogid * reports from Washington.
Rick Perry announces his intention to run for president with a stirring speech disposed 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 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 Taxes 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 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 sort of effect on medical services. He told 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 two hospitals had been destroyed during the weeklong offensive and others heavily damaged. The doctor who did not to wish to be named gave his assessment of the number of the dead in this 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 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 Syria government to immediately hold the use of violence against its citizens. In a formal conversation they expressed deep concerns by the situation in Syria.
The Libyan government has dismissed suggestions of the rebels’ taking control of the center of the strategically important coastal town Zawiya in the west of the country. A group of international journalists travelling through the town heard gunfire and rebel reports say government troops were fleeing. Martin * reports from Tripoli.
The rebels will have to take Zawiya if they are able to advance on the capital. The town lies on the main route running along the main coast from Tripoli to Tunisia. Without it the government is in fact 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 within 25 kilometers of it. The Libya information minister Abraham said a small group of rebels had attacked the town and had been forced back by the Libyan army.
I was *. 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 initial force of 300 men would also protect calm for the displaced in the Capital Mogadishu. He was speaking after meeting with the United Nations’ emergency relief coordinator Valerie Amos. she said improved security in Mogadishu meant the UN was now able to step up the relief efforts.
Police in Britain say more than 2000 people have now been arrested in connection with the 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 the suspect have been dealt with, saying it could affect the justice process. Richard Monkhouse is a trustee of the magistrate association.
The speed of these cases coming to court sometimes held 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 was the seriousness of the offense and who the offender is. It’s almost *. Can you think …we’ll just calm down.
England’s cricketers have beaten India and make true of the goal to the international Test match rankings. Englands win by 242 runs, gives them a three nil lead in the four match series. Richard K* reports.
Experienced former players believe this is the finest England Team of their lifetimes. And although Indian 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 Cook* survived nearly 13 hours of the *in this game, longer than both Indian and English combined. Cook was the men of the match * 294 and says the English teams want to build on its achievements.
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