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BBC News with David Austin

The Indian government has offered to free the veteran Indian anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare just hours after his arrest sparked a wave of protest across the country. Earlier, thousands of his followers were detained, mostly for a short time, around the country. From Delhi, Mark Dummett reports.

The Indian government has bowed to public pressure in ordering Anna Hazare's release, and hundreds of his supporters have gathered outside Delhi's Tihar jail to celebrate. But according to one of his close aides, the 74-year-old anti-corruption campaigner is refusing to leave and has gone on hunger strike. He says he won't move until the police can guarantee that his original protest is allowed to go ahead. Government ministers had earlier ruled that out because of the police's concerns over law and order.

The German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the French President Nicolas Sarkozy have proposed several measures to strengthen the euro and attempt to end the continuing debt crisis in the eurozone. They said they'd propose more political integration with the creation of a common economic government for the eurozone. Here's Andrew Walker.

The main theme from Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Sarkozy was a call for more integration in the economic management of the eurozone. There was a proposal for a new council of leaders with unspecified powers. They also want all euro-area countries to commit to balanced government budgets. In the financial markets, more integration is seen as part of the long-term solution, but they think common euro-area bonds, shared government debts and more resources for financial rescues would do more to ease the immediate crisis.

A British parliamentary committee investigating the phone-hacking scandal that led to the closure of Rupert Murdoch's News of the World says it may want to question Mr Murdoch's son James again in the light of new evidence. The group has published a letter from the paper's former royal correspondent Clive Goodman, who was jailed for hacking. One of the MPs on the committee, Therese Coffey, said the evidence opened up a new line of inquiry.

"There are
(There's口误) very strong allegations made by Mr Goodman that hacking was discussed daily at editorial meetings. That's the first time that's been revealed publicly. And although of course Mr Goodman was sent to prison for certain things and will have to allow the police to do full inquiry on this, clearly opens up a brand-new line of questioning, which is why we've agreed to write to some people but also to call some people to the committee in September."

Officials in Afghanistan say that at least seven people have been killed in a bomb explosion in the south of the country. They say several others were injured by the blast at a market in the province of Uruzgan. The explosives, which are believed to have been hidden in a motorcycle, went off just as the sun was setting and people were breaking their fast for the month of Ramadan.

This is the World News coming to you from the BBC in London.

Ivory Coast has reopened the main prison in the city of Abidjan five months after it was closed following a mass prison break. The first 16 inmates were transferred from a military camp to the refurbished prison, which was built for 1,300 people. More than 5,000 inmates who were at the jail escaped at the end of Ivory Coast's civil war in March.

There are reports of continued fighting in the Libyan coastal town of Zawiya as forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi battle with the rebels for control of the strategic area 45km west of Tripoli, from where Matthew Price reports.

Both government and opposition sources claim they have control of Zawiya, which lies on the strategically important coastal highway connecting Tripoli to Tunisia. Government forces are said still to be in control of the town's oil refinery. Reports of gunfire and shelling have been emerging from the town all day. The government has admitted that it's lost control of the town of Gharyan to the south of the capital. It says it will reclaim it. It will need to if it is to win this war.

Reports from London say the owners of Manchester United football club have appointed the bank Credit Suisse to prepare a share offering in Singapore. It's thought that a stake of around 25% could be on offer. The American owners, the Glazer family, angered fans by borrowing heavily to buy the club in 2005, landing it with debts of about $800m. Correspondents say a floatation in Asia, where the club has a huge following, could go a long way to wiping out the debt. Credit Suisse has declined to comment.

The premier of the Canadian province of Quebec, Jean Charest, has laughed off a report on the website of a Montreal daily that he'd died of a heart attack. The report caused immediate consternation before it was discovered that it had been posted by a hacker. Mr Charest said the paper, Le Devoir, had often written him off, but never quite in this way.

Those are the latest stories from BBC News.


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bow to sb/sth 向...低头 to finally agree to do something, even though you do not want to do it

refurbish (especially BrE) vt. 装修, 翻新 to decorate and repair something such as a building or office in order to improve its appearance

land sb with sth 使为...所累 cause to be burdened with

floatation n. 上市 a time when shares in a company are made available for people to buy for the first time

laugh off sth 一笑置之 to treat a serious problem lightly by laughing at it

consternation u.n. 惊恐 a feeling of worry, shock or fear

write off 把...看作不存在 to drop someone or something from consideration

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BBC News with David Austin

The Indian government has offered to free the veteran Indian anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare, just hours after his arrest about the waves of protest across the country. Earlier, thousands of his followers were detained, mostly for a shorttime around the country. From Delhi, Mark Darmic reports.

The Indian government has bowed to public pressure in ordering Anna Hazare’s release, and hundreds of his supporters have gathered outside Delhi’s Tihar Jail to celebrate. But according to one of his close aids, the 74-year-old anti-corruption campaigner is refusing to leave, and has gone on hunger strike. He says he won’t move until the police can guarantee that his original protest is allowed to go ahead. Government ministers had earlier ruled bat out, because the police is concerned over law and order.

The German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the French President Nikolas Sarkozy have proposed several measures to strengthen the euro and attempted to end the continuing debt crisis in the euro zone. They said they had proposed more political integration, with a creation of common economic government for the euro zone. Here is Andrew Walker.
The main theme from Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Sarkozy was a call for more integration in the economic management of the euro zone. There was a proposal for a new council with leaders with unspecified powers. They also want all euro-area countries to commit to balanced budget. In the financial market, more integration is seen as part of the long-term solution, but they think common euro-area bonds, shared government debts and more resorted financial rescues would do more to ease the immediate crisis.

A British parliamentary committee is investigating the phone hacking scandal that led to the closure of Rupert Murdoch’s News of the World, says it may want to question Mr. Murdoch’s son James again in the lighted new evidence. A group of published letter from the paper’s former royal correspondent, Kleve Goodman, was jailed for hacking. One of the MPs on the committee Trise Conffi, said the evidence opened up a new line of inquiry.

There is very strong allegations made by Mr. Goodman, that hacking was discussed daily at editorial meetings. That’s the first time that’s been revealed publicly. And although of course Mr. Goodman was sent to prison for certain things and we will have to allow the police to do fully inquiry on this, clearly opens up a bright new line of questioning, which is why we’ve agreed to write to some people but also to call some people to the committee in September.

Officials in Afghanistan say at least 7 people have been killed in a bomb explosion in the south of the country. They say several others were injured by the blast at a market in the province of Oluskan, the explosives, which are believed to have been hidden in a motorcycle, went off just as the sun was setting and people were breaking their fast for the month of Ramadan.

This is the world news coming to you from the BBC in London.

Ivory Coast has reopened the main prison in the city of Abidjan, 5 months after it was closed following a mass prison break. The first 16 inmates were transferred from a military camp to the refurbished prison which was built for 1300 people. More than 5000 inmates who were at the jail escaped at the end of Ivory Coast’s civil war in March.

There were reports of continued fighting in the Libyan coastal town of Zawiyah, as forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi battle with the rebels for control of the strategic area 45 km west of Tripoli, from where Mathew Price reports.

Both government and opposition sources claim they have control of Zawiyah, which lies on the strategically important coastal high-way, connecting Tripoli to Tunisia. Government forces have said to be still in control of the town’s oil refinery. Reports of gunfire and shelling have been emerging from the town all day. The government has admitted that it has lost control of the town of Garian to the south of the capital. It says it will reclaim it, it will need to if it is to win this war.

Reports from London say the owners of Manchester United Football Club have appointed the bank, Credit Swiss, to prepare a share offering in Singapore. It is thought that the stake of around 25% could be on offer. The American owners, the Glazer family, angered funds by borrowing heavily to buy the club in 2005, lending it with debts of about 800 million dollars. Correspondence say a flotation in Asia where the club has huge following could go a long way to wiping out the debt. Credit Swiss has declined to comment.

The premier of the Canadian Province of Quebec, Jean Charest has laughed off for a report on the website of Montreal Daily that he died of a heart attack. The report caused an immediate consternation before it was discovered that it had been posted by a hacker. Mr. Charest said the paper, le Devoir, had often written him off, but never quite in this way.

Those are the latest stories from BBC news.
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BBC News with David Auston
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Official in Afghanistan said at least 7 people have been killed in the bombing explosion in the sourth of the country. several others were injured by the blast in market in the province *. the explosive was believed to hit in the motor cycle ** siting when people breaking their fast.

This is the world news coming to you from BBC in London.

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BBC News With David Austin
The Indian government has offered to free a veteran Indian anti-corruption campaigner; Anna Hazare just hours after his arrest sparked a wave of protest across the country. Earlier, thousands of his supporters were detained, mostly for a short time around the country. From Delhi, Mark Dummett reports.
“The Indian government has bowed to public pressure in ordering Anna Hazare’s release and hundreds of his supporters have gathered outside Tihar jail to celebrate. But according to one of his close aides, the 74-year-old anti-corruption campaigner is refusing to leave and has gone on a hunger strike. He said he won’t leave until the police can guarantee that his original protest is allowed to go ahead. Government ministers had earlier ruled that out, because the police is concerned about the law and order.”
The German chancellor Angela Merkel and French president Nicolas Sarkozy have proposed several measures to strengthen the euro in an attempt to end the continuing debt crisis in the eurozone. They said they propose political integration with the creation of a common economic government for the eurozone. Here is Andrew Walker.
“The main theme from Chancellor Merkel and President Sarkozy was a call for more integration in the economic management in the eurozone. It was a proposal for a new council of leaders with unspecified powers. They also want all euro area countries to commit to balanced government budget. In the financial markets, more intregration is seen as part of the long-term solution, but they think common euro area bonds, shared government debts and more resources for financial rescues would do more to ease the immediate crisis.”
The British parliamentary committee investigating the phone hacking scandal that led to a closure of Rupert Murdoch’s News of the World says it may want to question Mr. Murdoch’s son James again in the light of new evidence. A group of published letters from the paper’s former royal correspondent, Clive Goodman, was jailed for hacking. One of the MPs on the committee to raise ***, says the evidence opened up a new line of inquiry.
“There is very strong allegations made by Mr. Goodman that hacking was discussed daily at editorial meetings. That’s the first time it’s been revealed publicly and of course Mr. Goodman was sent to prison for certain things and will have to allow the police to do a fully inquiry on this, clearly opens up a brand new line of questioning, which is why we’ve agreed to *** to some people but also to call some people to the committee September.”
Officials in Afghanistan say at least seven people have been killed in a bomb explosion in the south of the country. They say several others were injured by the blast in the market in the province of Uruzgan. The explosives, which were believed to have been hidden in a motorcycle, went off just as the sun was setting and people breaking their fast for the month of Ramadan.
Ivory Coast has reopened the main prison in the city of Abidjan five months after it was closed following a massive prison break. The first 16 inmates were transferred from a military camp to the re fervished prison, which was built for 1,300 people. More than 5,000 inmates ** the jail escaped at the end of Ivory Coast civil war in March.
There are reportedly continued fighting in the Libyan coastal town of Zarwiyah, as forces loyal to Cornel Gadaffi battle with the rebels for controlling the strategic area 45 km west of Tripoli. Matthew Price reports.
“Those government and opposition sources claimed they have control of Zarwiyah, which lies on a strategically important coastal highway, connecting Tripoli to Tunisia. Governemnt forces are said to be still in control of the town’s oil refinery. Reports said gunfire and shelling have been emerging from the town all day. The government has admitted it has lost control of the area of Gawain in the south of the capital. It says it will reclaim it. It will need to if it is to win this war.”
Reports from London say the ** Manchester United football club have appointed a bank, Credit Swiss to prepare a share offering in Singapore. It’s thought the stake can run 25% could be on offer. The American owners, the Glazers family angered fans by borrowing heavily to buy the club in 2005, lending its debts to about 800 million dollars. Correspondence say a floatation(债券发行) in Asia where the club has a huge following, could go a long way to wiping out the debt. Credit Swiss has declined to comment.
The Premier of the Canadian Province of Quebec, Jean Sharest has laughed off a report on the website of Montreal Daily that he died of a heart attack. The report caused immediate consternation before it was discovered that it was being posted by a hacker. Mr. Sharest said the paper, le Devor, had often written him off, but never in this way.
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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-17

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Those are of the lateststories from BBC news.











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BBC News with David Austin
The Indian government has offered to free the venturing Indian anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare just hours after his arrest is about to wave a protest across the country. Earlier thousands of his followers were detained mostly for a short time around the country. From Delhi Mark Dummett reports

The Indian government has bowed to public pressure in ordering Anna Hazare’s release and hundreds of his supporters have gathered outside Delhi’s Tihar jail to celebrate but according to one of his close aides the 74-year-old anti-corruption campaigner is refusing to leave and has gone on hunger strike. He says he won’t move until the police can guarantee that his original protest is allowed to go ahead. Government Ministers had earlier ruled that out because of the police’s concern over law and order.

The German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the French President Nicolas Sarkozy have proposed several measures to strengthen the Euro and attempt to end the continuing debt crisis in the Euro zone. They said they proposed more political integration with a creation of a common, economic government for the Euro zone. Here is Andrew Walker

The main thing from Chancellor Merkel and President Sarkozy was a call for more integration in the economic management of the Euro zone. There was a proposal for a new council of leaders with unspecified powers. They also want all Euro area countries to commit to balance government budget. In the financial markets more integration is seen as part of the long-term solution but they think common Euro area bonds shared government debts and more resources for financial rescues will do more to ease the immediate crisis.

A British parliamentary committee investigating the phone-hacking scandal that led to the closure of Rupert Murdoch’s News of the World says it may want to question Mr. Murdoch’s son James again in the light of new evidence. The group has published a letter from the paper’s former royal correspondent Clive Goodman who was jail for hacking. On the van MPs on the committee Tories Coffee said the evidence opened up a new line of the inquiry.

“There is very strong allegation made by Mr. Goodman that hacking was discussed daily at editorial meetings. That’s the first time that’s been revealed publicly and although of course Mr. Goodman was sent to prison for certain things and will have to allow the police to do full inquiry on this clearly opens up a brand new line of questioning which is why we’ve agreed to write to some people but also to call some people to the committee in September.”

Officials in Afghanistan say that at least seven people have been killed in a bomb explosion in the south of the country. They say several others were injured by the blast at a market in the province of Uruzgan. The explosives which were believed to have been hidden in a motorcycle went off just as the sun was setting and people were breaking their fast for the month of Ramadan.

This is the World News coming to you from the BBC in London
Ivory Coast has reopened the main prison in the city of Abyei five months after it was closed following a mass prison break. The first 16 inmates were transferred from a military camp to the refurbish prison which was built for 1,300 people. More than 5,000 inmates who were at the jail escaped at the end of Ivory Coast civil war in March.

There are reports of continued fighting in the Libyan coastal town of Zawiya as forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi battle with the rebels for control of this strategic area, 45 kilometers west of Tripoli from where Matthew Price reports

Both government and opposition sources claim they have controlled of Zawiya which lies on the strategically important coastal highway connecting Tripoli to Tunisia. Government force has said still to be in control of the town’s oil refinery. Reports of gunfire and shelling have been emerging from the town all day. The government has admitted that it’s lost the control of the town of X to the south to the capital. It says it will reclaim it. It will need to if it is to win this war.

Reports from London say the owners of the Manchester United Football club have appointed the bank Credit Swiss to prepare a share offering in Singapore. It’s thought that a stock of around 25% could be on offer. The American owners the X family angered fans by borrowing X to buy the club in 2005 lending it with the debts about 800 million dollars. Correspondents say a flotation in Asia where the club has a huge following could go a long way to wiping up the debt. Credit Swiss has declined to comment.

The Primer of Canadian province of Quebec Jean Charest has laughed off for report on the website of a Montreal daily that he died of a heart attack. The report calls immediate consternation before it was discovered that it had been posted by a hacker. Mr. Charest said the paper Le Devoir had often written him off but never quite in this way.
These are the latest stories from BBC News



































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BBC News with David Austin

The Indian government has offered to free the veteran Indian anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare, just hours after his arrest sparked a wave of protest across the country. Earlier, thousands of his followers were detained, mostly for a short time around the country. From Delhi, Mark Dummett reports.
The Indian government has bowed to public pressure in ordering Anna Hazare's release, and hundreds of his supporters have gathered outside Delhi's Tihar jail to celebrate. But, according to one of his close aides, the 74-year-old anti-corruption campaigner is refusing to leave and has gone on hunger strike. He says he won't move until the police can guarantee that his original protest is allowed to go ahead. Government ministers had earlier ruled that out, because of the police's concerns over law and order.

The German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy have proposed several measures to strengthen the euro and attempt to end the continuing debt crisis in the eurozone. They said they'd propose more political integration with the creation of a common economic government for the eurozone. Here's Andrew Walker.
The main theme from Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Sarkozy was a call for more integration in the economic management of the Eurozone. There was a proposal for a new council of leaders with unspecified powers. They also want all euro area countries to commit to balance government budgets. In the financial markets, more integration is seen as part of the long-term solution, but they think common euro area bonds, shared government debts and more resources for financial rescues will do more to ease the immediate crisis.

The British parliamentary committee investigating the phone-hacking scandal that led to the closure of Rupert Murdoch's News of the World, says it may want to question Mr. Murdoch's son James again in the light of new evidence. The group has published a letter from the paper's former royal correspondent, Clive Goodman who was jailed for hacking. One of the MPs on the committee, Therese Coffey, said the evidence opened up a new line of inquiry.
"There's very strong allegations made by Mr. Goodman that hacking was discussed daily at editorial meetings. That's the first time that's been revealed publically. And, although of course Mr. Goodman was sent to prison for certain things, and we'll have to allow the police to do full inquiry on this clearly opens up a brand new line of questioning, which is why we've agreed to write to some people, but also to call some people to the committee in September."

Officials in Afghanistan say that at least 7 people have been killed in a bomb explosion in the south of the country. They say several others were injured by the blast at a market in the province of Uruzgan. The explosives, which are believed to have been hidden in a motorcycle, went off just as the sun was setting and people were breaking their fast for the month of Ramadan.

This is the World News coming to you from the BBC in London.

Ivory Coast has reopened for main prison in the city of Abidjan five months after it was closed following the mass prison break. The fist 16 inmates were transferred from a military camp to the refurbished prison, which was built for 1,300 people. More than 5,000 inmates * the jail escaped at the end of Ivory Coast's civil war in March.

There are reports of continued fighting in the Libyan coastal town of Zawiya as forces loyal to Col. Gaddafi battle with the rebels for control of the strategic area, 45km west of Tripoli, from where Matthew Price reports.
Both government and opposition sources claim they have control of Zawiya, which lies on the strategically important coastal highway connecting Tripoli to Tunisia. Government forces are said still to be in control of the town's oil refinery. Reports of gunfire and shelling have been emerging from the town all day. The government has admitted that it's lost control of the town of Gharyan to the south of the capital. It says it will reclaim it. It will need to if it is to win this war.

Reports from London say the owners of Manchester United football club have appointed the bank Credit Suisse to prepare a share offering in Singapore. It's thought that its stake of around 25% could be on offer. The American owners, the Glazer family, angered fans by borrowing heavily to buy the club in 2005, landing it with debts of about $800m. Correspondents say a flotation in Asia, where the club has a huge following, could go a long way to wiping out the debt. Credit Suisse has declined to comment.

The premier of the Canadian province of Quebec, Jean Charest, has laughed off a report on the website of a Montreal daily that he died of a heart attack. The report caused immediate consternation before it was discovered that it had been posted by a hacker. Mr. Charest said the paper, Le Devoir, had often written him off, but never quite in this way.

Those are the latest stories from BBC News.
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BBC News with David Austin.
The Indian government has offered to free the veteran Indian anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare just hours after his arrest sparked a wave of protest across the country. Earlier, thousands of his followers were detained mostly for a short time around the country. From Delhi, Mark Dummett reports.
The Indian government has bowed to public pressure in ordering Anna Hazare’s release and hundreds of his supporters have gathered outside Delhi’s Tihar jail to celebrate. But according to one of his close aides, the 74-year-old anti-corruption campaigner is refusing to leave and has gone on hunger strike. He says he won’t move until the police can guarantee that his original protest is allowed to go ahead. Government ministers had earlier ruled that out because of the police’s concerns over law and order.
The German Chancellor Angela Markel and the French President Nicolas Sarkozy have proposed several measures to strengthen the euro—an attempt to end the continuing debt crisis in the eurozone. They said they proposed more political integration for the creation of a common, economic government for the eurozone. Here’s Andrew Walker.
The main theme from Chancellor Angela Markel and President Nicolas Sarkozy was a call for more integration in the economic management of the eurozone. There was a proposal for a new council of leaders with unspecified powers. They also want all euro-area countries to commit to balance government budgets. In the financial markets, more integration is seen as part of a long-term solution but they think common euro-area bonds, shared government debts and more resorted financial rescues would do more to ease the immediate crisis.
A British parliamentary committee investigating the phone hacking scandal that led to the closure of Rupert Murdock’s News of the World says it may want to question Mr. Murdock’s son James again in the lighted new evidence. A group has published a letter from the paper’s former royal correspondent Clive Goodman who was jailed for hacking. One of the MPs on the committee Teresa Coffee said the evidence opened up a new light of inquiry.
There were very strong allegations made by Mr. Goodman that hacking was discussed daily at editorial meetings. That’s the first time that’s been revealed publically. And although of course Mr. Goodman was sent to prison for certain things and will have to allow the police to do full inquiry on this. Clearly opens up a new brand new line of questioning which is why we’ve agreed to write to some people but also to call some people to the committee in September.
Officials in Afghanistan say at least seven people have been killed in a bomb explosion in the south of the country. They say several others were injured by the blast at the market in the province of Uruzgan. The explosives which were believed to have been hidden in a motor cycle went off just as the sun was setting and people were breaking their fast for the month of Ramadan.
This is the world news coming to you from the BBC in London.
Ivory Coast has reopened a main prison in the city of Abidjan five months after it was closed following a mass prison break. The first sixteen inmates were transferred from a military camp to the refurbished prison which was built for 1300 people. More than 5000 inmates who were at the Jail escaped at the end of Ivory Coast’s civil war in March.
There are reports of continued fighting in the Libyan coastal town of Zawiya as forces of loyal to Col Gaddafi battled with the rebels for control of the strategic area 45 km west of Tripoli from where Mattew Price reports.
Both government and opposition sources claim they have control of Zawiya which lies on the strategically important coastal highway connecting Tripoli to Tunisia. Government forces are said still to be in control of the town’s oil refinery. Reports of gunfire and shelling have been emerging from the town all day. The government has admitted that it’s lost control of the town of Gharyan to the south of the capital. It says it will reclaim it. It will need do it if it is to win this war.
Reports from the London say the owners of majesty united football club have appointed the bank, Credit Swiss, to prepare a share offering in Singapore. It’s thought that the steak of around 25% could be on offer. The American owners, the Glazer family, angered fans by borrowing heavily to buy the club in 2005, lending it with debts of about 800 million dollars. Correspondents say a floatation in Asia where the club has a huge following could go a long way to wiping out the debt. Credit Swiss has declined to comment.
The Premier of the Canadian Province of Quebec, Jean Charest has laughed off a report on the website of Montreal Daily that he died of a heart attack. The report caused an immediate consternation before it was discovered that it had been posted by a hacker. Mr. Charest said the paper, le Devior, had written him off, but never quite in this way.
Those are the latest news from BBC News.
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BBC news with David Austin.
The Indian government has offered to free the venturing anti-corruption campaigner XXX,just the hours after he was arrested by the way protest across the country.Earlier, thousands of his followers were detained,mostly for a short time arouond the country.From Delhi,Mark Darli reports.
The Indian government has bowed to the public pressure in ordering XXX's release,and hundreds of his supportors have gothered outsidet the Delhi T-Heart jail to celebrate.But according to one of his close aids,the 74-year-old anti-corruption campaigner is refusing to leave and just has gone a hunger strike.He says he won't  move until the police can guantee that his original campaing is allowed to go ahead.Government ministers had earlier ruled back-out because the police is concerned over law and order.
The German XXX,XXX and French President Nicolas Sarkozy have proposed several measures to strengthen the Euro and attempt to end for continuing debt crisis in the Euro Zone.They said they will propose more political integration with the creation of common economic government for the Euro Zone.Here's Andrew Walker.
The main thing for XXX,XXX,and President Nicolas Sarkozy was a call for more integration in the economic management of the Euro Zone. There was a proposal for a new councilor of leaders with unspecified powers. They also want all Euro Zone areas countries to committe to balanced government budgets.In the financial markets, more integration is seen as part of a long term solution,but they think common Euro area bonds shared common deads and more resauces for financial rescues would do more to ease the immediate crisis.
A British parmentary committe investigating the phone-hacking scandal of alleged XXX Rubert Mudoch News of the World says they want to question Mr.Mudoch's son James again in the light of new evidence.Group's published a letter from the papers former royal correspondent XXX who was jailed for hacking.One of the ... on the committe to raise coffee said new evidence opened up a new line of inquiry.
This very strong allegations made by Mr.G that hacking was dicussed daily at editoring meetings.That's the first time that's been revealed publicly.And although of course, Mr. XXX was sent to prison for certain things and we have to allow police to do the full inquiry on this,clearly opens up a brand new line of questioning which is why we've agreed to write to some people but also to call some people to the committe in September.
Officials in Afganistan say at least 7 people have been killed in the bomb explosion in the south of the country.He says several others were injured by the blasts in the market of Province XXX.The explosive which is believed to be hiden in the motorcycle went off just as the sun was setting and people were breaking their ... for the month of Ramadan.
This is the world news coming to you from BBC in London.
Ivory coast has reopened the main prison in the city of Abija,5 months after it was closed following a mass prison break.The first 16 inmates were transformed  from military camp to the ... prison which is built for 1300 people.More than 5000 inmates ... jail escaped at the end of ivory coast civil war in March.
There are reports of continuing fighting in the Libya coastal town XXX,as forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi battled with rebels for control of XXX 45km west of Trippolis.From XXX reports.
Both government and opposition sauces claim they have controled of XXX,which lies on ... important coastal highway connecting Trippolis to Tunisia.Government forces are said still to be in control of the town's oil refinery. Reports of gunfire and  shelling have been emerging from the town   all day.The government has admmitted that he's lost the control of town of XXX to the south of the capital.It says it will reclaim it.It will need to if it wins this war.
Reports from London say .......Manchester united  football club of appointing the bank credit ... to prepare share refer in Singapore.It ...the stake around 25% could be on offer.The American owner XXX family angered fans by borrowing heavily to buy the club in 2005, ....debts about $800m.Correspondent says floatation in Asia whether the club has huge following could go a long way to wiping out the debt.XXX have a decline to common.
The premier of Canadian province of Quebec Rane Shave has .... out for a report on a website of M or daily that he died of heart attack.Reports called immediate constilation before it was discovered that it was posed by XXX. Mr.XXX said the paper ... had often ....but never quites in this way.
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HW: The Indian government has offered to free the veteran Indian anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare,just hours after he was arrested about a wave of  protests across the country. Earlier ,thousands of his followers were detained mostly from a short time around the country. From Dahli, Mark reports:
        The Indian government has bowed to public pressure in ordering Anna Hazare's release and hundreds of his supporters have gathered outside Dalhi's Tihar Jail to celebrate, but according to one of his close aids, the 74-year-old anti-corruption campaigner is refusing to leave and he is going on hunger's strike, he says he would not move until the police can guarantee that his original protest is allowed to go ahead. Government minister said earlier ruled out because the police is concerned over law and order.
    The German chancellor Merkel and French president  Nikolas Sarkozy have proposed several measures to strenghen the Euro and attempted to end for continuing debt crisis in the Euro zone. They said they proposed more political intergration with creation of common economic government for the Euro zone. This is **:
    The main thing for chancellor Merkel and president Sarkozy was a call for more intergration in the economic management of Euro zone. It was proposed for new coucil with leaders with unspecific powers, they also want all Euro area countries to commit to balance government budgets and in the financial markets, more intergration is seen as part of long-term solution , but they think common Euro area bonds shared government debts and more resources from financial markets will do more to ease immediate crisis.
    The British parlimentary committee investigating phone hacking scandal that led to the closure of  Rupert Murdoch's News of the World says it may want to question Mr. Murdoch's son James again in the lighted new evidence. A group of published letter from the paper's former royal correspondent Kleve Goodman who was jailed for hacking. One of the MPS on committee  Trise Conffi said the evidence opened up a new line of inquiry.
     There is very strong allegations made by Mr. Goodman that hacking was discussed daily at editorial meetings. That's the first time that has been revealed publicly and of course Mr. Goodman was sent to prison for certain things and will have to allow police to do fully inquiry on this, clearly opens up a bright new line of questioning, which is why we agree to write to some people but also to call some people to the committee in september.
   Officials in Afghanistan said at least 7 people have been killed in a bomb explosion in the south of the country. They say several others were injured by the blast in a market in the province of Oluskan, the explosives which are believed to have been hidden in a motor cycle went off just the sun was setting and people were breaking their fast for the month of Ramadan.
  This is the world news coming to you from the BBC in London.
    Ivory Coast has reopened the main prison in the city of Abijian, five months after it was closed following a mass prion break. The first 16 inmates were transferred from a military camp to the refurbished prison which was built by 1300 people, more than 5000 inmates who were at the jail escaped in the end of Ivory Coast's civil war in March.
   There were reports of continuing fighting in the Lyibia coast town of Zawiyah, as forces loyal to colonel Gaddafi battled with rebels controlled of the strategic area, 45 kilometers west of Tripoli. From where Mathew Price reports.
   Both government and opposition sources claimed they have controlled Zawiyah which lies on the strategically important coastal highway connecting Tripoli to Tunisia. Government forces say they have still to be in control of the town's oil refinery. reports of gunfire and shelling have been emerged from town all day. The government has admitted that it lost control of town of Garian to the south of the capital, it says it will reclaim it, it will need to if it is to win this war.
  Reports from London say the the owners of Manchester United Football Club have appointed the bank, Credit Swiss, to prepare a share offering in Singapore , it is thought the stake of around 25% could be on offer. The American owners, the Glazer family angered funds by borrowing heavily to buy the club in 2005, lending it with debts about 800 million dollars. Correspondent say a flotation in Asia where the club has huge following could go a long way to wipping out the debt. Credit Swiss has declined to comment.
   The Premier of the Canadian Province of Quebec, Jean Charest has laughed off for a report on a website the Montreal Daily that he died of a heart attack. The report caused an immediate consternation before it was discoverd that it has been posted by a hacker. Mr. Charest said the paper, Le Devoir had offen writen him off, but never quite in this way.
   Those latest stories from BBC news.

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BBC News with David Austin

The Indian government has offered to free the veteran Indian anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare, just hours after his arrest sparked a wave of protest across the country. Earlier, thousands of his followers were detained, mostly for a short time around the country. From Delhi, Mark Darmic reports.

The Indian government has bowed to public pressure in ordering Anna Hazare’s release, and hundreds of his supporters have gathered outside Delhi’s Tihar Jail to celebrate. But according to one of his close aids, the 74-year-old anti-corruption campaigner is refusing to leave, and has gone on hunger strike. He says he won’t move until the police can guarantee that his original protest is allowed to go ahead. Government ministers had earlier ruled that out, because the police is concerned over law and order.

The German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the French President Nikolas Sarkozy have proposed several measures to strengthen the euro and attempted to end the continuing debt crisis in the euro zone. They said they had proposed more political integration, with a creation of a common economic government for the euro zone. Here is Andrew Walker.

The main theme from Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Sarkozy was a call for more integration in the economic management of the euro zone. There was a proposal for a new council of leaders with unspecified powers. They also want all euro-area countries to commit to balance government budget. In the financial market, more integration is seen as part of the long-term solution, but they think common euro-area bonds, shared government debts and more resorted financial rescues would do more to ease the immediate crisis.

A British parliamentary committee investigating the phone hacking scandal that led to the closure of Rupert Murdoch’s News of the World, says it may want to question Mr. Murdoch’s son James again in a lighted new evidence. The group has published letter from the paper’s former royal correspondent, Kleve Goodman, who was jailed for hacking. One of the MPs on the committee Trise Conffi, said the evidence opened up a new line of inquiry.

There is very strong allegations made by Mr. Goodman, that hacking was discussed daily at editorial meetings. That’s the first time that’s been revealed publicly. And although of course Mr. Goodman was sent to prison for certain things and we will have to allow the police to do full inquiry on this, clearly opens up a brand new line of questioning, which is why we’ve agreed to write to some people but also to call some people to the committee in September.

Officials in Afghanistan say that at least 7 people have been killed in a bomb explosion in the south of the country. They say several others were injured by the blast at a market in the province of Oluskan, the explosives, which are believed to have been hidden in a motorcycle, went off just as the sun was setting and people were breaking their fast for the month of Ramadan.

This is the world news coming to you from the BBC in London.

Ivory Coast has reopened the main prison in the city of Abidjan, 5 months after it was closed following a mass prison break. The first 16 inmates were transferred from a military camp to the refurbished prison which was built for 1300 people. More than 5000 inmates who were at the jail escaped at the end of Ivory Coast’s civil war in March.

There were reports of continued fighting in the Libyan coastal town of Zawiyah, as forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi battled with the rebels for control of the strategic area 45 km west of Tripoli, from where Mathew Price reports.

Both government and opposition sources claim they have control of Zawiyah, which lies on the strategically important coastal high-way, connecting Tripoli to Tunisia. Government forces are said to be still in control of the town’s oil refinery. Reports of gunfire and shelling have been emerging from the town all day. The government has admitted that it has lost control of the town of Garian to the south of the capital. It says it will reclaim it, it will need to if it is to win this war.

Reports from London say the owners of Manchester United Football Club have appointed the bank, Credit Swiss, to prepare a share offering in Singapore. It is thought that a stake of around 25% could be on offer. The American owners, the Glazer family, angered fans by borrowing heavily to buy the club in 2005, landing it with debts of about 800 million dollars. Correspondents say a flotation in Asia where the club has huge following could go a long way to wiping out the debt. Credit Swiss has declined to comment.

The premier of the Canadian Province of Quebec, Jean Charest has laughed off a report on the website of Montreal Daily that he died of a heart attack. The report caused immediate consternation before it was discovered that it had been posted by a hacker. Mr. Charest said the paper, le Devoir, had often written him off, but never quite in this way.

Those are the latest stories from BBC news.
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BBC news with David Austin.
The Indian government has offered to free the venturing Indian anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare, just hours after his arrest about the wave of protest across the country. Earlier, thousands of his followers were detained, mostly for a short time around the country. From Delhi Mark Dummett reports.

The Indian government has bowed public pressure in ordering Anna Hazare’s release and hundreds of his supporters have gathering outside Delhi’s Tihar jail to celebrate. But according to one of his aide, the 74-year-old anti-corruption campaigner is refusing to leave and has gone on a hunger strike. He said he won’t leave until the police can guarantee that his original protest is allowed go ahead. Government minister said earlier ruled that out, because the police’s concern over law and order.

The Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy have proposed several measures to strengthen the Euro in an attempt to end the continuing debt crisis in the Euro Zone. He said he proposed more political integration with creation of common, economic government for the Euro Zone. Here is Andrew Walker.

The main thing for Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Nicolas Sarkozy was a call for more integration in the economic management to the Euro Zone. There was a proposal for a new council of leader with unspecified powers. They also warned all Euro area countries to commit to balance government budget. In the financial market, more integration is seen as part of long term solution. But they think common Euro area bonus shared government debts and more resources for financial rescues will do more to easy immediate crisis.

A British parliamentary committee investigating the phone-hacking scandal that led to the closure of Rupert Murdoch’s “News of the World” said it may want to question Mr. Murdoch’s son James again in the light of new evidence. A group has published a letter for the paper’s royal correspondent Clive Goodman who was jailed for the hacking. One of the MPs on the committee Tories Coffee says the evidence has opened up a new line to the inquiry.

“This is a very strong allegation made by Mr. Goodman that hacking was discussed daily at editorial meetings. That’s the first time that has been reviewed publicly and although of course Mr. Goodman was sent to prison for such things and will have to allowed the police to do fully inquiry on this, clearly opens up a brand new line questioning which is why we agreed to write to some people but also to call some people to the committee in September”

Officials in Afghanistan say at least 7 people have been killed in a bomb explosion in the south of the country. They say several others were injured by the blast at the market in the province of Uruzgan. The explosive which is believed to have been hidden in a motorcycle went off just as the sun was setting and people were breaking their fast for the month of Ramadan.

This is the world news coming to you from the BBC in London.

Ivory Coast has reopened to main prisoner in the city of Abidjan, 5 months after its close following a mass prison break. The first 16 inmates were transferred from a military camp to the refurbished prison which was build for 1300 people. All the 5000 inmates who were at the jail escaped to the end of Ivory Coast civil war in March.

There were reports of continued fighting in the Libyan coastal town of Zawia as forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi battled with the rebels to control the strategic area 45 km west of Tripoli, from where Matthew Price reports.

Both government and opposition sources claim that they have controlled Zawia which lies on the strategic important highway connecting Tripoli to Tunisia. Government forces said it still to be in control of the town’s oil refinery. Reports of gunfire and shelling have been emerging from the town all day. The government has admitted that it has lost control the town of * to the south of the capital. It says it will reclaim it. It will need to if it is to win this war.

Reports from London say the owners of the Manchester United football club has appointed the bank Credit bank of Credited Swiss to prepare a share offering in Singapore. Its football stake around 25% could be on offer. The American owner * family angered funs by borrowing heavily to buy the club in 2005 lending it with debts about 800 million dollars. Correspondent say a flotation in Asia where the club has huge following could go a long way to wiping out the debts. Credited Swiss has declined to comment.

The premier of Canadian province of Quebec Jean Charest has laughed off a report on website of Montreal daily that he died of a heart attack. Reports called on an immediate consternation before he was discovered that he had been posted by hacker. Mr. Charest said the paper Le Devoir has often written him off but never quite in this way.

Those are the latest story from the BBC news.
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    The Indian government has about to the public pressure in ordering an              release and hundreds of these reporters have gathered outside           T-hot jail to celebrate.But according to one of his aids,the 34-year-old anti-corruption campaigner is refusing to liefe,and he has gone on hunger strike.He says he won't move until the police can garantee that his original protest is allowed to go ahead.Government ministers         because the police concerns over law and order.
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BBC News with David Austin

The Indian government has offered to free the ..in Indian anti-corruption campaign that on ...., just hours after his arrests ...the wave of the protests across the country. Earlier, thousands of its followers were detained, mostly for a short time around the country. From Delhi, Mark Darmic reports.
The Indian government has bowed to public pressure in ordering Anna Hazare’s release, and hundreds of its supporters have gathered outside Dehli's Teahot Jail to celebrate. But according to one of his close aids, the 74-year-old anti-corruption campaigner is refusing to leave and has gone on hunger strike. He says he won't move until the police can guarantee that his original protest is allowed to go ahead.  Government ministers had early ruled bat out, because of the police's concerns over law and order.

The German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the French President Nikolas Sarkozy have proposed several measures to strengthen the euro and attempted to end the continuing debt crisis in the euro zone. They said they proposed more political integration with the creation of a common economic geovernment for the euro zone. Here is Andrew Walker.
The main theme from Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Sarkozy was a call for more integration in the economic management of the euro zone. There was a proposal for new council of leaders with unspecified path. They also want all euro area country to committ to ballance the government budgets. In the financial market, more integration is seen as the part of the long-term solution, but they think common euro area bonds, shared government debts and more ...financial rescues will do more to ease the immediate crisis.

A British parliamentary committee investigating the phone-hacking scandal that led to the closure of  Rupert Murdoch's News of the World said they may want to question Mr. Murdoch's son James again in the light of new evidence. The group has published a letter from the paper's former royal correspondent, Kleve Goodman, was jailed for hacking. One of the MPs on the committee, Trise Conffi, said the evidence opened up a new line of inquiry.
There's very strong allegations made by Mr Goodman that hacking was discussed daily at editorial meetings. That's the first time that's been revealed publically. And although of course Mr Goodman was sent to prison for certain things and will have to allow the police to do full inquiry on this, clearly opens up a brand new line of questioning which is why we have agreed to write to some people but also to call some people to the committee in September.

Officials in Afghanistan say that at least 7 people have been killed in a bomb explosion in the south of the country. They say several others were injured by the blast in a market in the province of Oluskan. The explosives, which are believed to have been hit in a motorcycle, went off just as the sun was setting and people were breaking their fast for the month of Ramadan.

This is the world news coming to you from the BBC in London.

Ivory Coast has reopened the main prison in the city of Abidjan, 5 months after it was closed following a mass prison-break. The first 16 inmates were transferred from a military camp to the refurbished prison, which was build for 1,300 people. More than 5,000 inmates ... the jail escaped at the end of Ivory Coast civil war in March.

There're reports of continued fighting in Libyan cosatal town of Zawiya, as forces loyal to Cornel Gadaffi battle with the rebels for control of the strategic area 45 kilometres west of Tripoli, from where Matthew Price reports.
Both government and opposition sources claim they have control of Zawiya, which lies on the strategically important coastal highway connecting Tripoli to Tunisia. Goverment forces are said still to be in control of the town's oil refinery. Reports of gunfire and shelling have been emerging from the town all day. The government has admitted that it's lost control the town of Gawain to the south of the capital. It says it will reclaim it. It will need to if it is to win this war.

Reports from London say the owners of Manchester United football club have appointed the bank, Credit Swiss, to prepare a share offering in Singapore. It is thought that a stake of around 25% could be on offer. The American owners, the Glazer family, angered fans by borrowing heavily to buy the club in 2005, landing it with debts of about 800 million dollars.  Correspondents say a flotation in Asia where the club has huge following could go a long way to wiping out the debt. Credit Swiss has declined to comment.

The Premier of the Canadian Province of Quebec, Jean Charest has laughed off a report on the website of Montreal Daily that he died of a heart attack. The report caused immediate consternation before it was discovered that it had been posted by a hacker. Mr. Charest said the paper, le Devoir, had often written him off, but never quite in this way.

Those are the latest stories from BBC news.
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BBC News with David Austin


The Indian government has offered to free the veteran Indian anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare just hours after his arrests about a wave of protest across the country. Earlier thousands of his followers were detained mostly for a short time around the country. From Delhi Mark Dummett reports


The Indian government has bowed to public pressure in ordering Anna Hazare’s release and hundreds of his supporters have gathered outside Delhi’s Tihar jail to celebrate but according to one of his close aides the 74-year-old anti-corruption campaigner is refusing to leave and has gone on hunger strike. He says he won’t move until the police can guarantee that his original protest is allowed to go ahead. Government Ministers had earlier ruled...because of the police’s concern over law and order.


The German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the French President Nicolas Sarkozy have proposed several measures to strengthen the Euro and attempt to end the continuing debt crisis in the Euro zone. They said they proposed more political integration with a creation of a common, economic government for the Euro zone. Here is ...


The main thing from Chancellor Merkel and President Sarkozy was a call for more integration in the economic management of the Euro zone. There was a proposal for a new council of leaders with unspecified powers. They also want all Euro area countries to commit to balance government budget. In the financial markets more integration is seen as part of the long-term solution but they think common Euro area bonds shared government debts and more resources for financial rescues will do more to ease the immediate crisis.


A British parliamentary committee investigating the phone-hacking scandal that led to the closure of Rupert Murdoch’s News of the World says it may want to question Mr. Murdoch’s son James again in the light of new evidence. The group has published a letter from the paper’s former royal correspondent Clive Goodman who was jail for hacking. One of the MPs on the committee Tories Coffee said the evidence opened up a new line of the inquiry.


There is very strong allegation made by Mr. Goodman that hacking was ... and .. meetings. That’s the first time that’s been revealed publicly and although of course Mr. Goodman was sent to prison for certain things and will have to allow the police to do full inquiry on this clearly opens up a brand new line of questioning which is why we’ve agreed to write to some people but also to call some people to the committee in September.”


Officials in Afghanistan say that at least seven people have been killed in a bomb explosion in the south of the country. They say several others were injured by the blast at a market in the province of ... The explosives which were believed to have been hidden in a motorcycle went off just as the sun was setting and people were breaking their fast for the month of Ramadan.


This is the World News coming to you from the BBC in London


Ivory Coast has reopened the main prison in the city of .. five months after it was closed following a mass prison break. The first 16 * were transferred from a military camp to the refurbish prison which was built for 1,300 people. More than 5,000 * who were at the jail escaped at the end of Ivory Coast civil war in March.


There are reports of continued fighting in the Libyan coastal town of Zawiya as forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi battle with the rebels for control of this * area, 45 kilometers west of Tripoli from where.... reports


Both government and opposition sources claim they have controlled  Zawiya which lies on the strategically important coastal highway connecting Tripoli to Tunisia. Government force has said still to be in control of the town’s oil *. Reports of gunfire and shelling have been emerging from the town all day. The government has admitted that it’s lost the control of the town of .. to the south to the capital. It says it will reclaim it. It will need to if it is to win this war.


Reports from London say ...Manchester United Football club have ........  Swiss to prepare a ** in Singapore. It’s thought that a stock of around 25% could be on offer. The American owners the Glacier family ** by borrowing heavily to buy the club in 2005 landing it with the debt about 800 million dollars. Correspondents say a * in Asia where the club has a huge following could go a long way to wiping up the debt. Credit Swiss has declined to comment.

The Primer of Canadian province of * ... has laughed off for report on the website of a Montreal daily that he died of a heart attack. The report calls immediate consternation before it was discovered that it had been posted by a hacker. Mr. .t said the paper..had often written him off but never quite in this way.

Those are the latest stories from BBC News


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