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BBC News with David Austen.
The Islamic cooperation organization has pledged 350 million dollars towards the relief effort for famine victims in Somalia. The 57 Muslim nations meeting in **, heared the Turkish Prime Minister R criticized the wealthy of the world.
This is a litmus test not only for Somalia, but also for the whole of humanity. Here, at the conference, every civilization, every state, rich people, G20 countries, countries with 20, 30 and 40000 dollars in personnel income. Everybody is going through a litmus test for humanity.
Thousands of people have rallied in the central of the India capital D in support of anti-corruption campaigner, Anna H. Huge crowds also gathered outside the jail where he has been held. S M witnessed the protests.
At the D's iconic India gate, thousands of people congregated, shouting slogans and holding placards demanding that Anna H be freed and the government act on corruption. Similar demonstrations have been held in M, B, C, C and a host of other cities. The India Prime Minister M S has accused him of trying to circumvent democracy and trying to impose will on the government. But the spontaneous outbreak of public support, is something of deep concern for the government.
A three year struggle for the control of the Anglican churches in Z has intensified, with the high court hardly control of all church property, to the excommunicated former bishop of H N G. One Anglican priest has already been evicted from his home by the former bishop supporters who also used violence to break up church services occasionally with police support. Our religious affairs correspondent Robert P reports.
The power struggle began in 2008 when Bishop K unilaterally withdrew the Z church from its association with other Anglican churchs in central Africa, in protest he claimed against his toleration of homosexuality. Mr. K was sacked from his job, and excommunicated but evidently with the backing of Z authorities has retained partial control of the church. Now Z's high court has made N K custodian of all church buildings, pending further court action.
There has been a sharp increase in the number of African migrants arriving in Italy in overcrowed boats run by people smugglers in the Mediterranean. Officials say that more than 3000 people have reached the small Italian Island of L, which lies 200 kilometers from the Tunisian coast. The latest arrivals are believed to include Somalis and N as well as North Africans fleeing the violence in Libya.
World News from the BBC.
A former member of Parliament and senior member of Pakistan's governing party, the PPP, has been killed in a drive by shooting in the southern city of K. At least 12 other people also dead in the attack on customers at a roadside cafe who had just broken their fast for R.
The V President Hugo C says he plans to nationalize the country's gold sector. Mr. C said he would issue a decree in the coming days which would nationalize gold extraction and processing. He said he had used the gold to increase V's international reserves. The country has some of the continent's largest gold deposits but it's not a major gold producer. V's steel works, oil services and banking have already been nationalized.
The British Paralympic cycling champion, Simon Richardson, has suffered multiple injuries after an apparent hit and run accident. Mr. Richardson, who won the gold and silver medals at the 2008 Beijing Paralympic games was stuck while he was out cycling in south Wales. Colette Hume reports from C.
Police say Simon Richardson was hit by a white van, while cycling on his specially adapted bike, he suffered  multiple injuries and was airlifted to the University of Wales hospital in C. The 44 year old won two gold and a sliver at the 2008 Paralympic games in Beijing, including the first British gold medal. He set two world records and was awarded the MBE for services to sport. Mr. Richardson has been in training for the London 2012 Paralympic games. Colette Hume.
Russia has unveiled its first stealth fighter jet during a visit by the prime minister V P to an air show near Moscow. The ** T50 designed to be undetectable by radar made its maiden flight a year and half ago but it's been kept secrets until now. Russian and Indian exports are still working on the final version of the plane which is expected to be ready in five years.
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BBC News with David Austin

The Islamic Cooperation Organization has pledged 350 million dollars towards the relief effort for famine victims in Somalia. The 57 Muslim Nations meeting in Istanbul heard the Turkish prime minister RE~ criticized the wealthy of the world.

“This is a litmus test not only for Somalia, but also for the whole of humanity. Here the conference, every civilization, every state, rich people, G20 countries, country with 20, 30 and 40 thousand dollars in personal income, everybody is going through a litmus test for humanity.”

Thousands of people have rallied in the center of Indian capital Delhi in support of the anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare. Huge crowds also gathered outside the jail where he’s being held. SM~ witnessed the protests.

At Delhi’s iconic
India Gate thousands of people congregated, shouting slogans and holding placards demanding that Anna Hazare be freed and the government act on corruption. Similar demonstrations have been held in Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Calcutta and a host of other cities. The Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has accused him of trying to circumvent
democracy, and trying to impose his will on the government. But the spontaneous outbreak of public support is something of a deep concern for the government.”


The 3-year struggle for control of the Anglican Church in Zimbabwe has intensified with the High Court handling control of all church property, to the excommunicated former bishop of Harare Nolbert Kunonga. One Anglican priest has already been evicted from his home by the former bishop supporters, who’ve also used violence to break up church services occasionally with police support. Our religious affairs correspondent Robert P~ reports.

“The power struggle began in 2008 when Bishop Kunonga unilaterally withdrew the Zimbabwe Church from its association with other Anglican churches in central Africa in protest, he claimed, against its toleration of homosexuality. Bishop Kunonga was sacked from his job and excommunicated. But, evidently with the backing of the Zimbabwe authorities, he’s retained partial control of the church. Now Zimbabwe’s High Court has made Nolbert Kunonga custodian of all church buildings, pending further court action.”

There’s been a sharp increase in the number of African migrants arriving in Italy in overcrowded boats ran by people smugglers in the Mediterranean. Officials say that more than 3000 people have reached the small Italian island of Lampedusa which lies 200 kilometers from the Tunisian coast. The latest arrivers are believed to include Somalis, and Nigerians as well as North Africans fleeing the violence in Libya.

World News from the BBC

The former Member of Parliament and senior member of Pakistan’s governing party, the PPP, has been killed in a drive-by shooting in the southern city of Karachi. At least 12 other people also died in the attack on customers at a roadside café who has just broken their fast for Ramadan.

The Venezuelan president Hugo Chaves says he plans to nationalize the country’s gold sector. Mr. Chaves said he would issue a decree in the coming days which would nationalize gold extraction and processing. He said he’d use the gold to increase Venezuela’s national reserves. The country has some of the continent’s largest gold deposits, but it’s not a major gold producer. Venezuela’s steel works, oil services and banking have already been nationalized.

The British Paralympic cycling Champion Simon Richardson has suffered multiple injuries after an apparent hit-and-run accident. Mr. Richardson, who won gold and silver medals of the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games, was struck when he was out-cycling in South Wales. CH~ reports from Cardiff.

“Police say Simon Richardson was hit by a white van while cycling on his specially adapted bike. He suffered multiple injuries and was airlifted to the University of Wales Hospital in Cardiff. The 44-year-old won 2 golds and a silver, the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing, including the first British gold medal. He set 2 world records and was awarded the MBE for services to sport. Mr. Richardson has been in training for the London 2012 Paralympic Games.” CH~.

Russia has unveiled its first stealth fighter jets, during a visit by the Prime Minister- Vladimir Putin, to an air show near Moscow. The Sukhoi T-50, designed to be undetectable by radar, made its maiden flight a year and a half ago, but it has been kept secrets until now. Russian and Indian experts are still working on the final version of the plane which is expected to be ready in 5 years.

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BBC News with David Austin.
The Islamic Cooperation Organization has pledged 150 million dollars towards the relief effort for famine victims in Somalia. The 57 Muslim nations meeting in Istanbul heard the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan criticized the wealthy of the world.
"This is a litmus test not only for Somalia but also for the whole of humanity. Here at the conference, every civilization, every state, rich people, G20 countries, countries with 20, 30 and 40 thousand dollars in personnel income. Everybody is going through a litmus test for humanity."
Thousands of people have rallied in the center of the Indian capital Delhi in support of the anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare. Huge crowds also gathered outside the jail where he has been hold. Sanjay Majumder witnessed the protest.
At Delhi's iconic gate, thousands of people congregated, shouting slogans and holding placards demanding that Anna Hazare be freed and that the government act on corruption. Similar demonstrations are held in Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Calcutta and a host of other cities. The Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has accused him of trying to circumvent democracy and trying to impose will on the government. But the spontaneous outbreak of public support is something of deep concern for the government.
A three-year-struggle for control of the Anglican churches in Zimbabwe has intensified. For high court hardly in control of all church property, to the excommunicated former bishop of Harare, Nolbert Kunonga, one Anglican priest has already been evicted from his home by the former bishop supporters who've also used violence to break up church services occasionally with police support. Our religious affairs correspondent Robert Piggot reports.
The power struggle began in 2008 when Bishop Kunonga unilaterally withdrew the Zimbabwean church from its association with other Anglican churches in central Africa, in protest he claimed against his toleration of homosexuality. Mr. Kunonga was sacked from his job and excommunicated, but evidently with the backing of Zimbabwean authorities, has retained partial control of the church. Now Zimbabwe's high court has made Nolbert Kunonga custodian of all church buildings, pending further court action.
There has been a sharp increase in the number of African migrants arriving in Italy in overcrowded boats run by people smugglers in the Mediterranean. Officials say that more than 3,000 people have reached the small Italian island of Lampedusa, which lies 200 kilometers from the Tunisian coast. The latest arrivals are believed to include Somalis and Nigerians as well as North Africans fleeing the violence in Libya.
World News from the BBC.
The former member of parliament and senior member of Pakistan's governing party, the PPP, has been killed in a drive-by shooting in the southern city of Karachi. At least 12 other people also died in the attack on customers at a roadside cafe, who've just broke their fast for Ramadan.
The Venezuelan President Hugo Chevaz says he plans to nationalize the country's gold sector. Mr. Chevaz said he would issue a decree in the coming days which would nationalize gold extraction and processing. He said he had used the gold to increase Venezuela's international reserves. The country has some of the continent's largest gold deposits but it's not a major gold producer. Venezuela's steel works, oil services and banking have already been nationalized.
The British Paralympic cycling champion, Simon Richardson, has suffered multiple injuries after an apparent hit and run accident. Mr. Richardson, who won gold and silver medals at the 2008 Beijing Paralympic games, was struck while he was out cycling in south Wales. Colette Hume reports from Cardiff.
Police say Simon Richardson was hit by a white van, while cycling on his specially adapted bike. He suffered multiple injuries and was airlifted to the University of Wales hospital in Cardiff. The 44-year-old won two golds and a silver at 2008 Paralympic games in Beijing, including the first British gold medal. He set two world records and was awarded the MBE for services to sport. Mr. Richardson has been in training for the London 2012 Paralympic games. Colette Hume.
Russia has unveiled its first stealth fighter jet during a visit by the Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to an air show near Moscow. The Sukhoi T50 designed to be undetectable by radar made its maiden flight a year and half ago, but it's been kept secrets until now. Russian and Indian experts are still working on the final version of the plane, which is expected to be ready in 5 years.
That's the BBC News.
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The Islamic cooperation organization has pledge 350 million dollars towards to relief effort for famine victims in Somalia.the 57 muslin nations meeting in 00 heard the Turkish  primer minister 00 criticize the wealth of the world. This is a limit steps not only for Somalia but also for the whole humanity here is the conference we civilization every state which people G20 countries and countries with 20,30,40 thousands dollars in personal income.,everybody is going through a limit step for humanity.
Thousands of people have rallied in the central of India capital 00 in support of the anti-corruption campaigner 00 huge crowds also gathered out the jail where he has been held.00 witness the protests.
At 00's iconic decate thousands of people congregated shouting slogans and holding placards demanding that 00 be freed and the government act on corruption.similar demonstrations have been held in Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Calcutta and a host of other cities.the Indian primer minister 00 has accused him of trying to circumvent democracy and trying to impose him way on government,but the spontaneous out break public support is something deep concern for the government.
A three-year's struggle for control of 00 church in 00 has intensified,with a high court heavy control of old church property to the excommunicated former bishop of 00.one Anglican priest has already been evicted for his home by the former bishop supporters,who also use violence to break up church services occasionally with police support.our religious affair correspondent 00 reports.
The power struggle began in 2008, when bishop 00 unilaterally withdrew the Zimbabwean Church from its association with other Anglican churches in central Africa. In protest, he claimed against his toleration of homosexuality. Bishop 00 was sacked from his job and excommunicated. But eventually, he with the backing of Zimbabwean authorities has retained partial control of the church. Now Zimbabwe's high court has made 00 own the church buildings, pending further court action.            
There's been a sharp increase in the number of African migrants arriving in Italy in overcrowded boats run by people smugglers in the Mediterranean. Official say that more than 3,000 people have reached the small Italian island of 00, which lies 200km from the Tunisian coast. The latest arrivals are believed to include Somalis and Nigerians as well as North Africans fleeing the violence in Libya.
World News from the BBC
A former member of parliament and senior member of Pakistan's governing party,the PPP, has been killed in a drive-by shooting in the southern city of 00. At least 12 other poeple also died in the attack on customers of a roadside cafe, who had just broken their fast for 00.
The Venezuelan President 00 says he plans to nationalize the country's gold sector. Mr 00 said he would issue a decree in the coming days which would nationalize gold extraction and processing. He said he'd use the gold to increase Venezuela's international reserves. The country has some of the continent's largest gold deposits, but it's not a major gold producer. Venezuela steel works, oil services and banking have already been nationalized.














           

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   BBC News with David Austin.

   The Islamic cooperation organization has pledged three hundred and fifty million dollars towards relief effort for famine victims in Somalia. The 57 Muslim nations meeting in Istanbul, heard Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan criticize the wealthy of the world.

   “This is a litmus test, not only for Somalia but also for the whole humanity. Here at the conference, every civilization, every state, rich people, G20 countries, countries with 20, 30 and 40 thousand dollars in personal income, everybody is going through a litmus test for humanity. ”

   Thousands of people have rallied in the centre of the Indian city Delhi in support of the anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare. Huge crowds also gathered outside the jail where he has been held. Sanjoy Majumder witnessed the protests.

   At Delhi’s iconic India Gate, thousands of people congregated, shouting slogans and holding placards demanding that Anna Hazare be freed and the government act on corruption. Similar demonstrations have been held in Bombay, Bangalore, Chennai, Calcutta and a host of other cities. The Indian Prime Minister Minister Manmohan Singh has accused him of trying to circumvent democracy and trying to impose his will on the government. But the spontaneous outbreak of public support is something of deep concern for the government.

   A three-year struggle for the control of the African churches in Zimbabwe has intensified with the high court hardly control of all church property to the excommunicated former bishop of Harare Nolbert Kunonga. One Anglican priest has already been evicted from his home by the former bishop’s supporters who’ve also used violence to break up church services occasionally with police support. Our religious affaires correspondent Robert Pigott reports.

   The power struggle began in 2008, when Bishop Kunonga unilaterally withdrew in Zimbabwe’s church from its association with other Anglican churches in Central Africa. In protest he claimed against his toleration of homosexuality. Bishop Kunonga was sacked from his job and excommunicated but evidently with the backing of the Zimbabwean authorities, he’s retained partial control of the church. Now Zimbabwe’s high court has made Nolbert Kunonga custodian of all church buildings, pending further court action.

   There has been a sharp increase in the number of African migrants arriving in Italy in overcrowded boats run by people smugglers in the Mediterranean. Authorities say that more than 3,000 people have reached the small Italian island of Lampedusa which lies 200 kilometers from the Tunisian coast. The latest arrivals are believed to include Somalis and Nigerians as well as North Africans fleeing the violence in Libya.

   World News from the BBC.

   A former member of Parliament and senior member of Pakistan’s Governing Party the PPP has been killed in the drive-by shooting in the southern city of Karachi. At least 12 other people also died in the attack, all customers at a roadside café who’ve just broken their fast for Ramadan.

   The Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez says he plans to nationalize the country’s gold sector. Mr. Chavez said he would issue a decree in the coming days which would nationalize the gold exaction and processing. He said he used the gold to increase Venezuela’s international reserves. The country has some of the continent’s largest gold deposits but it’s not a major gold producer. Venezuela’s steelworks, oil services and banking have already been nationalized.

   The British Paralympics cycling champion Simon Richardson has suffered multiple injuries after an apparent hit-and-run accident. Mr. Richardson who won gold and silver medals in the 2008 Beijing Paralympics Games was struck when he was out cycling in south Wales.  Colette Hume reports from Cardiff.

   Police say Simon Richardson was hit by a white van while cycling on his specially adapted bike. He suffered multiple injuries and was airlifted to the University Wales Hospital in Cardiff. The 44-year-old won 2 golds and a silver at 2008 Paralympics Games in Beijing including the first British gold medal. He set 2 world records and awarded the MBE for services to sport. Mr. Richardson has been training for the London 2012 Paralympics Games.

   Colette Hume.

   Russia has unvealed its first stealth fighter jets during a visit by the Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to an air show in Moscow. The Sukhoi T-50 designed to be undetectable by radar made its maiden flight a year and a half ago but it’s been kept secret until now. Russian and Indian experts are still working on the final version of the plane which is expected to be ready in five years.

   That’s the BBC News.
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BBC news with David Austain .the Islamic cooperation organization has pledged $350 million to relief effect for famine victims in Somalia.The 57 muslim nations's meeting in the Turkish  Prime Minister criticized the wealthy of the world.This is the test the Somalia but also the whole of humanity .here the comforts every civilization every state which people countries countries with 20 30 and 40  thousand dollars in. Everybody is going through a test for humanity.Thousands of people have ralid in the center of the India capital Deli in supporting the Unticorruption campaign.Huge crowds also gather  jail when he is being healed. witnessed the protest thousands of people shouting slogens   and holding demanding that be freed and the government corruption.Similar demonstrations and a host of other cities .India prime minister
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BBC News with David Austin.

The Islamic Cooperation Organization has pledged 350 million dollars towards the relief effort for famine victims in Somalia. The 57-Muslim nations meeting in Istanbul heard the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan criticize the wealthy of the world.

This is a litmus test not only for Somalia but also for the whole of humanity. Here with the conference, every civilization, every state, rich people, G20 countries, countries with 20, 30 and 40 thousand dollars in personal income, everybody is going through a litmus test for humanity.

Thousands of people have rallied in the center of the Indian capital Delhi in support of the anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare. Huge crowds also gathered outside the jail where he's been held. Sanjoy Majumder witnessed the protest.

At Delhi's iconic India Gate, thousands of people congregated, shouting slogans and holding placards demanding that Anna Hazare be freed and that the government act on corruption. Similar demonstrations are being held in Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Calcutta and a host of other cities. The Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has accused him of trying to circumvent democracy and trying to impose his will on the government, but the spontaneous outbreak of public support is something of deep concern for the government.

A 3-year struggle for control of the Anglican church in Zimbabwe has intensified after the high court handling control of all church of property to the excommunicated former bishop of Harare, Nolbert Kunonga. One Anglican priest has already been evicted from his home by the former bishop's supporters who've also used violence to break up church surfaces, occasionally with police support. Our religious affairs correspondent Robert Pigott reports.

The power struggle began in 2008 when bishop Kunonga unilaterally withdrew his Zimbabwe church from its association with other Anglican churches in central Africa. In protest, he claimed against its toleration of homosexuality. Bishop Kunonga was sacked from his job and excommunicated. But evidently with the backing of the Zimbabwean authorities has retained partial control of the church. Now Zimbabwe's high court has made Nolbert Kunonga custodian of all church buildings, pending further court action.

There has been a sharp increase in the number of African migrants arriving in Italy in overcrowded boats run by people smugglers in the Mediterranean. Officials say more than 3,000 people have reached the small Italian island of Lampedusa, which lied 200 kilometers from the Tunisian coast. The latest arrivals are believed to include Somalis and Nigerians as well as North Africans fleeing the violence in Libya.

World News from the BBC.

A former member of parliament and a senior member of Pakistan's governing party the PPP has been killed in a drive-by shooting in the southern city of Karachi. At least 12 other people also died in the attack on customers at a roadside cafe who've just broken their fast for Ramadan.

The Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez says he plans to nationalize the country's gold sector. Mr. Chavez said he would issue a decree in the coming days which would nationalize gold extraction and processing. He said he would use the gold to increase Venezuela's international reserves. The country has some of the continent's largest gold deposits, but it's not a major gold producer. Venezuela's steel works, oil services and banking have already been nationalized.

The British Paralympic cycling champion Simon Richardson has suffered multiple injuries after an apparent hit-and-run accident. Mr. Richardson who won gold and silver medals at the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games was struck while he was out cycling in South Wales. Colette Hume reports from Cardiff.

Police say Simon Richardson was hit by a while van while cycling on his specially adapted bike. He suffered multiple injuries and was airlifted to the University of Wales Hospital in Cardiff. The 44-year-old won two gold and a silver at the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing including the first British gold medal. He set two world records and was awarded the MBE for services to sport. Mr. Richardson has been in training for the London 2012 Paralympic games.

Colette Hume.

Russia has unveiled its first stealth fighter jets during a visit by the Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to an air show near Moscow. The Sukhoi T50 designed to be undetectable by radar made its maiden flight a year and half ago but it's been kept secrets until now. Russian and Indian experts are still working on the final version of the plane which is expected to be ready in 5 years.

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The Islamic cooperation organization has pledged 350 million dollars towards the relief effort for famine victims in Somalia. The 57 Muslim nations meeting in Istanbul heard the Turkish prime minister _ criticize the wealthy of the world.
This is a limit _ not only for Somalia, but also for the whole of the humanity. Here are the comforts: every civilization, every state, rich people, G20 countries--countries with 20, 30 and 40 thousand dollars in personal income, everybody is going through a limit _ for humanity.

Thousands of people have rallied in the center of an Indian capital New Delhi in support of the anti-corruption campaigner _. Huge crowds also gathered outside the jail where he’s being held. _ witnessed the protests. “At Delhi’s iconic _ thousands of people congregated, shouting slogans and holding placards demanding that _ be freed and the government act on corruption. Similar demonstrations have been held in Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Calcutta and a host of other cities. The Indian prime minister _ has accused him of trying to circumvent democracy and trying to impose his will on the government. But the spontaneous outbreak of public support is something of deep concern for the government.”
A 3-year struggle for control of the Anglican Church in Zimbabwe has intensified with a high court handling control of all church property to the excommunicated former bishop of Harare Norbert Kuonga. One Anglican priest has already been evicted from his home by the former bishop’s supporters who’ve also used violence to breakup church services occasionally with police support. “The power struggle began in 2008 when bishop Kuonga unilaterally withdrew the Zimbabwe church from the association with other Anglican churches in central Africa. The
protest he claimed against the toleration of homosexuality. Bishop Kuonga will sack from his job and excommunicated, but evident _ with the backing of the Zimbabwe authorities has retained partial control of the church. Now Zimbabwe’s high court has made Norbert Kuonga custodian of old church buildings pending further _.”

There has been a short increase in a number of African migrants _ in Italy in overcrowded boats run by people smuggling in the Mediterranean. The official say more than 3000 have reached the small Italian island of _ which lies 200 km from the _ coast.
The latest arrivals believe to include Somalis and Nigerians as well as North African’s fleeing violence in Libya.
The former member of the parliament and senior member of Pakistan is governing the party PPP has been killed in drive by shooting in the southern city of _. At least 12 other people also died in the attack on customers at the roadside café who just broke their fast fall _.
The Venezuelan president _ says he plans to nationalize the country’s gold sector. Mr. _ said he would decrease in the coming days which will nationalize the gold instruction and processing. He said he used the gold to increase the Venezuela’s international reserves. The country has some of the continent’s largest gold deposits but it’s not a major gold’s producer. Venezuela’s steel works, oil services and banking have already been nationalized.
The British Paralympics cycling champion Simon Richardson has suffered multiple injuries after an apparent hit a run accident. Mr. Richardson who undergoes the silver medals in 2008 Beijing Paralympics games was strike while he was out cycling in south Wales.
Police say Simon Richardson was hit by a white van while cycling on his special _ bike. He suffered multiple injuries and was _ to the university _ hospital in Cardiff. The 44-year old won two gold and a silver at 2008 Paralympics games in Beijing including the first British gold medal. He said two world records were awarded the NBE for service to sport. Mr. Richardson has been in training for the 2012 Paralympics games.
Russia has unveiled its first steel flight jet during the visit by the Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to an air show near Moscow. E _ T55 designed to undetectable by Radar _ it made in five years and a half ago but it has been kept secrets until now.
Russian and Indian experts are still working on the final version of the plane which is expected to be ready in 5 years.
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The Venezuela president HugoChavez says he plans to nationalize the country’s goldsector. Mr. Chavez has said he would create in coming days which nationalizedgold exchaction and processing. He said ? gold to increase Venezuela’sinternational reserves. The country has some of the continent’s largestdeposits, but it’s not major gold producer. And Venezuela still works oilservices and banking have already been nationalized.


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Russia has on vailed its first still fightjet stealing visited by the prime-minister VladimirPutin to Asnia Mosco. The Sukhoi T15 designed to be undetectableby radar. And it’s made in flight half a year ago, but it’s been kept secrets until now. Russia and India experts sustainstill working on the final version of the plane which is expected to be readyin 5 years.



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BBC news with David Austin.

The Islamic cooperation organization has pledged 350 million dollars towards the relief effort for famine victims in Somalia. The 57 Muslim nations meeting in Istanbul held the Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan criticize the wealthy of the world.

This is a _ not only for Somalia but also for the whole of humanity. Heal the conforts, every civilization, every state, rich people, G20 countries, ountries with 20, 30 and 40,000 dollars in personal income, everybody is going through a _ for humanity.

Thousands of people have rallied in the center of the Indian capital Delhi in support of the anti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare. Huge crowds also gathered outside the jail where he's been held. Sanjoy Majumder witnessed the protest.

At Tihar's iconic interior gate, thousands of people congregated, shouting slogans and holding _ cars demanding that Anna Hazare be freed and that the government act on corruption. Similar demonstrations have been held in Mumbai, Banglore,Chennai, Calcutta and _ of other cities. The Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh has accused him of trying to circumvent in democracy and trying to imposes will on the government. But the spontaneous outbreak of public support is something of deep concern for the government.

A three-year-struggle for control of the Anglican church in Zimbabwe has intensified. With the highcourt handling control of all church property to the excommunicative former bishop of Harare Nolbert Kunonga. One Anglican priest has already been convicted from his home by the former bishop supporters who've also used violence to break up church services occasionally with police support. Our religious affairs correspondent Robert Pigott reports.

The power struggle began in 2008 when bishop Kunonga unilaterally withdrew the Zimbabwean church from its association with other Anglican churches in central Africa. In protest, he claimed against his toleration of homosexuality. Bishop Kunonga was sacked from his job and excommunicated, but evidently with the backing of the Zimbawe authorities has retained partial control of the church. Now, Zimbabwe's highcourt has made Nolbert Kunonga custodian of old church buildings pending further court action.

There's been a sharp increase in the number of African migrants arriving in Italy in overcrowded boats run by people smugglers in the Mediterranean. Officials said that more than three thousand people have reached the small Italian Island of Lampedusa which lies 200 kilometers from the Tunisian coast. The latest arrivals are believed to include Somalias and Nigerians as well as North Africans fleeing the violents in Lybia.

World news from the BBC.

The former member of parliament and senior member of Pakistan governing party that PPP has been killed in a drive by shooting in the southern city of Karachi. At least 12 other people also died in the attack on customers at a roadside cafe who had just broken their fast for Ramadan.

The Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez says he plans to nationalise the country's gold sector. Mr.Chavez said he would issue a decree in the coming days which would nationalise gold distraction and processing. He said he use the gold to increase Venezuela's international reserves. The country has some of the continent's largest gold deposits. But it's not a major gold producer. Venezuela's steel works, oil services and banking have already been nationalised.

The British paralympic cycling champion Simon Richardson has suffered multiple injuries after an apparent hit-and- run accident. Mr.Richardson who won gold and silver medals at the 2008 Beijing paralympic games was struck while he was out cycling in south Wales. _ reports from Cardiff.

Police said Simon Richarson was hit by a White van while cycling on his specially-adapted bike. He suffered multiple injuries and was air-lifted to the university of Wales hosipital in Cardiff. The 44-year-old won two golds and a silver at the 2008 paralympic games in Beijing including the first British gold medal. He set two world records and was awarded the MBE for serviecs to sports. Mr.Richardson has been in training for the London 2012 paralympic games.

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Russia has unveiled its first stealth fighted jet during a visit by the prime minister Vladmir Putin to an air show near Moscow. The Sukhoi T-50 designed to be undetectable by radar made its maiden fight a year and a half ago but it's been kept secret until now. Russian and Indian experts are still working on the final version of the plane which is expected to be ready in five years.

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The Islamic cooperation organization has pledged 350,000,000 towards the relief effort for famine victims in Somalia. The 57 Muslim nation meeting in Istanbul heard the Turkish prime minister **criticize the wealth of the world.
This is an litmus test not only for Somalia but also for the whole of humanity,  Here the conference  every civilization, every country, rich people,  G20 countries, countries with 20 30 and 40 thousand USD in personal income, everybody is going through a litmus text with humanity.

Thousands of people have rallied in the center of Indian capital Deli in support of the anti-corruption campaigner **. Huge crowds also gathered outside the jail where he is being held **  witnessed the protest.
At Deli’s iconic India gate thousands of people congregated, shouting slogans and holding placards demanding that ** be freed and the government act on corruption. Similar demonstrations have been held in Bombay, Bangalore, *****and a host of other cities. The Indian prime minister accused him of trying to ** democracy and trying to imposing his will on the government. But the spontaneous outbreak of public support is something of deep concern for the government.

The three-year struggle for control of the Anglican churches in Zimbabwe has intensified, a high court hardly control of all church properties to the excommunicated ****. One Anglican priest has already been evicted from his home by the former bishop supporters who also use violence to break up church services occasionally with police support. Our religious affair correspondent Robert reported.

The power struggle began in 2008 when bishop ** unilaterally withdrew Zimbabwe church from his association with other Anglican churches in central Africa.  In protest he claimed against his toleration with homosexuality  ** was sacked from his job and excommunicated but evidently with the backing of the Zimbabwe authorities has retained partial control of his church. Now Zimbabwe’s high court has made *** all church buildings, pending further court action.

There has been a sharp increase in the number of African migrants arriving in Italy in overcrowded boats run by people smugglers in the Mediterranean. Officials said more than 3,000 people have reached the small Italian island of ***  which lies 200 kilometers from *** coast The latest arrivals are believed to include Somalis and *** as well as North Africans fleeing violence in Libyan.

The former member of Parliament and senior member of Pakistan’s governing party the PPP has been killed in a drive-by shooting in the southern city ***. At least 12 other people also died in the attack on customers at a roadside cafe who just broke their fast for ****.

The *** President said he planned to nationalize the country’s gold sector. Mr. Travis said he would issue a decree in the coming days which would nationalize gold extraction and processing. He said he used the gold to increase the international reserve. The country has some of the continent’s largest gold deposits but it is not a major gold producer.  Steel works, oil services and banking have already been nationalized.

The British Paralympics champion Simon Richardson has suffered multiple injuries after an apparent hit-and-run accident. Mr. Richardson who won gold and silver medals in 2008 Beijing Paralympics games was struck when he was out cycling in South Wales.
Police say Simon Richardson was hit by a white van while cycling on his specially adapted bike. He suffered multiple injuries and was air-lifted to the university of Wales hospital in Cardiff. The 44-year-old won 2 gold and 1 silver at 2008 Paralympics games in Beijing, including the first British gold medal. He set two world records and was awarded the IBE for services in support.  Mr. has been trained for the London 2012 Paralympics Olympic games.  

Russia has unveiled its first stealth fighter jet during a visit by the prime minister Putin to an air show near Moscow. The *** T50 designed to be undetectable by radar made its maiden flight a year and half ago. But it's been kept secrets until now. Russian and Indian exports are still working on the final version of the plane, which is expected to be ready in five years.

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BBC news with David Austin
The Islamic Cooperation Organization has pledged 350 million dollars towards through relief effort for famine victims in Somalia. The 57 muslim nations, meeting in Istanbul heard Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan criticized the wealthy of the world.

This is a litmus test not only for Somali but also for the whole of humanity. He and the conference, every civilization, every state, rich people, G20 countries, countries with 20,30 and 40 thousand dollars in personal income. Everybody is going through a litmus test for humanity.

Thousands of people have rallied in the central of Indian capital Delhi in support the anti-corruption campaigner,Anna Hazare. Huge crowds also get outside the jail where he has been held. Sun witnessed the protest.

At Delhi's iconic Indian gate, thousands of people congregated, shouting slogans, and holding placards demanding that Anna Hazare be freed, and the government act on corruption, similar demonstrations have been held in Bombay, Bangalore, Chennai and a host of other cities. The Indian prime minister  Manmohan Singh has accused him of trying to circumvent democracy and trying to impose his will to the government. But the spontaneous outbreak of popular support is something of deep concerns for the government.

The 3 years struggle for controlling the Anglican church in Zimbabwe has intensified. The high court hardly control of all church property to the excommunicated former Bishop Norbert Kunonga. One Anglican priest has already been convict evicted from his home by the former bishop supporters,who also use violence to break up church services occasionally with police support. Our religious fair correspondent Rorbert Pigott reports.

" The power struggle began in 2008 when Bishop Kunonga unilaterally withdrew in Zimbabwe church, from its association with other Anglican church in central Africa. In protest he claimed against the toleration of homosexuality.Bishop Kunonga was sacked from his job and excommunicated, but evident giving the backing of Zimbabwe authorities has retained partial control of the church. Now Zimbabwe's high court has made Kunonga custodian of whole church buildings pending further court action.

There's been a sharp increase in the number of African migrants arriving in Italy in overcrowded boats run by people's smugglers in Mediterranean. Officals said that more than 3000 people have reached the small Italian island of Lampedusa, which lies 200 kilometers from Tunisian coast.The latest arrivers are believed to include Somalis and Nigerians as well as North African fleeing the violence in Libya.
World news from the BBC.

A former member of parliarment and senior member of Pakistan's governing Party the PPP has been killed in a drive-by shooting in the southern city of Karachi. At least 12 other people also died in the attack on customers of roadside cafe, who just broken their fast for Ramadan

The Venezuelan president hugo Chavez says his plan to nationalize the country's gold sector. Mr Chavez said the issue would decree in the coming days which nationalize gold extraction and processing. He said he used the gold to increase Venezuela's international reserves. The country has some of the continent's largest gold deposits, but it's not a major gold producer. Venezuela's steal works, oil services and banking have already been nationalized.

The British Paralympics cycling champion Simon Richardson has suffered mutiple injuries after apparent hit-and-run accident. Mr Richardson, who won gold and silver medals at 2008 Beijing Paralympic games was struggled won his outcycling in south Wales. P reports from Cardiff.

Police say Simon Richardson was hit by a white fan while cycling on his specially adapted bike. He suffered multiple injuries and was airlifted to the university Wales's hospital in Cardiff. The 44-year-old, won two golds and silver in 2008 Olympic games in Beijing including the first British gold medal.He set two world records and was rewarded the NBE for services in sport. Mr Richardson has been in training for the London 2012 Paralympic Games.

Plut Hume.Russia has unveiled its first stealth  fight jet during a vist by the prime minister prime minister Vladimir Putin to an air show in Moscow. The Sukhoi T50 designed to be undetectable by radar, made its maiden flight in a year half ago, but it's been kept secret until now. Russian and Indian experts are still working on the final version of the plan, which is experted to be ready in five years.
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The Islamic Coorperation Organization has pledged 350 million dollors towards the relief effort for famine victims in Somalia.The 57 Muslim nations meeting in Istanbul heard the Turkish Prime Minister %% criticised the wealthy of the word.

This is the litmus test not only for Somalia but also for the whole of humanity.  Here at the conference,and we civilisation,and we state,which people G20 countries,countries with 20,30,40,thousands dollors in personal income,everybody is going through a litmus test for humanity.

Thousands of people have rallied in the central of the India capital Deli in support of the anti-corruption campaigner %%. Huge crowds also gathered outside the jail where he's being held.%% witnessed the protesters.


At iconic India Gate,thousands of people congregated,shouting the slogans and holding placards demanding %% freed and that the government act on corruption.Similar demonstrations have been held in %% and a host of other cities. The India Prime Minister Manmohan Sigh has accused him of trying to circumvent the democracy and impose his will on the government. But the spontaneous outbreak of the public supporters , is something of deep concern for the government.


A three-year struggle for control of Anglican Church in Zimbabwe has intensified with the handing control of old church property to the excommunicated Bishop of Harare, %%. One Anglica priest has already been evicted from his home by the former bishop supporters,  who've also violence to break up church services,occasionally with police support. Our religious affairs correspondent %% reports.

The power struggle began in 2008 when Bishop Kunoga unilaterally withdrew the Zimbabwean church from its association with other Anglican churches in central Africa in protest he claimed,against its toleration of homosexuality. Bishop Kunonga was sacked from his job and excommunicated, but evidently with the backing of the Zimbabwe's authorities has retained partial control of the church. Now Zimbabwe's high court has made Nolbert Kunonga custodian of all church buildings.pending further court action.
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