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BBC News with Gaenor Howells

Libyan rebel leaders say they fear for the safety of up to 50,000 people taken prisoner by Colonel Gaddafi's forces. They say that if the captives aren't already dead, they might be trapped in hidden underground bunkers. From Benghazi, Jon Leyne reports.

The opposition say they have kept accurate records of the many opposition supporters snatched by Colonel Gaddafi's forces during months of demonstrations and fighting across the country. Nearly 50,000 are still missing. The fear is that their bodies may be unearthed in mass graves close to prisons, such as the notorious Abu Salim in Tripoli; or almost as bad, the prisoners could be trapped in a series of secret prison bunkers hidden under military bases, under farms or almost anywhere. An urgent search is being conducted, and the opposition have appealed to former security officials to come forward with any information that could help.

The rebel authorities in Libya say they are trying to identify about 50 charred bodies found in a burned-out warehouse at a military base outside the capital Tripoli. The remains were discovered at a site used by a brigade commanded by one of Colonel Gaddafi's sons. The BBC's Orla Guerin has been there.

Inside the warehouse, under a still smoldering roof, we saw the charred remains of dozens of bodies. Some were little more than skeletons. They were killed on Tuesday, in the dying days of the regime. There were more bodies on the ground outside. A rope [was] still attached to one man's feet. An old man, Fathallah Abdullah, wept in the doorway. He told us he managed to escape from the warehouse, but without his three sons.

The Bahraini authorities say they'll dismiss charges against some of the demonstrators detained during months of anti-government protests by members of the Shia majority. The country's Sunni monarch King Hamad made the announcement in a national broadcast. Hundreds of people have been arrested since the protests began in February.

More than 300,000 people have been allowed back home in New York after they were ordered to evacuate the city's low-lying areas in the path of a powerful storm. Hurricane Irene, now downgraded, caused extensive damage along the eastern US seaboard but had weakened by the time it reached New York City. Fears of extensive flooding have receded, and the New York Stock Exchange is opening as normal on Monday, but public transport and flights from the city's main airports remain suspended while officials assess damage. Chris Ward is executive director of New York's Port Authority.

"I need to caution travellers that service will not be resuming today, and if anything you should pay attention for, potential beginnings of service late tomorrow afternoon at best, and we are hopeful for aviation traffic to begin to resume on Tuesday."

World News from the BBC

Members of parliament from Japan's governing Democratic Party are meeting in a few hours to vote for the country's sixth new prime minister in just five years. Japan's Trade Minister Banri Kaieda is considered the front-runner to succeed Naoto Kan, who announced his resignation on Friday. However, none of the candidates is thought likely to secure enough support on the first ballot, and a run-off vote is expected.

There's been a shock at the World Athletics Championships in South Korea with the world record holder Usain Bolt disqualified from the final of the 100m after a false start. Alex Capstick watched it happen.

Usain Bolt has made few errors in his brilliant career, but this will go down as a major blemish on his record. Victory appeared to be virtually guaranteed, but this time, Usain Bolt messed up on the big stage. He knew immediately he'd left his starting blocks before the gun had fired. There's no second chance nowadays. For once, the great entertainer was visibly angry. His shirt had already been flung to the ground before he left the track, banging his head with his hands in frustration. His Jamaican compatriot Yohan Blake eventually took the gold medal, but this world championship final will be remembered for the man who didn't start.

In football, the English Premier League has seen one of its most surprising scorelines for years with the champions Manchester United beating Arsenal by eight goals to two at Old Trafford. The scale of the victory surprised even United's manager Alex Ferguson.

"When you play Arsenal, you don't expect to have scored so many goals. But when you see Arsenal's team is so weakened that we had expected to score, and I expected us to win because it was a very, very weakened team. And Arsenal may be missing eight players today. You know, it's so unfortunate for them."

It's the first time since 1896 that Arsenal have conceded eight goals in a league match.

BBC News


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BBC News with Gain Hawuless
Libyan rebels say they fear for the safety of up to 50000 people taken pisoner by Colonel Ghadafi's forces. They say they are at the captives and already   they might be trapped in hidden underground bankers. From Benghazi, John Lion reports:

"The opposition say they've kept accurate record of many opposition supporters snatched by Colonel Ghadafi's forces during months of demonstrations and fighting across the country. Nearly 50 thousand are still missing. The fear is that their bodies may be unearthed from mass grave close to prisoners such as the notorious A in Tripoli. All    ,the President could be trapped in a series of secret prison  bankers, hidden under millitary bases and farms almost anywhere. An urgent search has been conducted. ANd oppostion has formal appealed to former security officials to come forward with any information that may help."

The rebel forces in Libya say they are trying to identify about 50 child bodies found in a burnout warehouse at a millitary base outside the capital Tripoli. The remains were discovered at a site used by a barricade commanded by one of Colonel Ghadafi's son. The BBC a has been there.

"Inside the warehouse, hundreds of still    roof, we saw the charred remains of dozens of bodies. Some were little more than skeletons. They were killed on Tuesday and the dying days of the regime. There were more bodies on the ground outside, a rope still attached to one man's feet. An old man,     , wapped in the doorway. He told us he managed to escape from the warehouse but without his three sons."

The Baraihin authorities say they will dismiss some of the charges against demonstrators during months of anti-government protest by members of the Shia Majority. The country's king  made the announcement on the National Broadcast. Hundreds of protesters have been arrested since the protest began in February.

More than 300000 people have been allowed back home in New York after they were ordered to evacuate from the city's low line areas in the pass of the powerful storm. Hurricane   now downgraded caused extensive damage along the eastern US seaboard, but it weakend at the time it reached New York city. Fears of extensive flooding have receded and New York stock exchange is opening Normally on Monday. But public transport and flghts from the city's main airport remains suspended where     damage. C is excutive director of New York's port authority.

"I need to caution travellers that service will not be resuming today and if there is anything you should pay attention for: potential beginnings of service late tommorow afternoon and best, you hopeful for Aviation traveller to begin to resume on Tuesday."

World News from the BBC.

Members of Parliament from Japan's governing Democratic party are meeting in a few hours to vote for the country's new Prime Minister in just five years. Japan's Traade Minister    was considered as the front-tunner to succeed   who announced resignation on Friday. However, none of the candidates is thought likely to securing enough support on the first ballot and a run off vote is suspected.

There has been shock at World    in South Korea with the world record holder     disqualified from the final 100 metres after a false start. Alles Capstick watched it happen

"Y has made a few areas in his brilliant career. The   go-down is a major blemish on his record. Victory appeared to be vergely guranteed btu this time you seeing     messed up on a big stage. He knew immediately he'd left his starting blocks before the gun had fired. There is no second chance nowadays. For once the great entertainer was visibly angry. He   head already    to the ground before he left the track banning his head with hands in frustration. His   compatriot   eventually took the gold medal but this world championship final will be remembered for the man who didn't start."

In football, the English premier league has seen one of its most surprising scoreler in 6 years, with the champions Manchester United beating Arsenal by 8 goals to 2 at all   . The scale of the victory surprised even United's manager, A .

"  "
It's the first time since 1894 that A had conceded 8 goals in a league match

BBC News
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BBC News with Gaenor Howells

Libyan rebel leaders say they fear for the safety of up to 50,000 people taken prisoner by Colonel Gaddafi's forces. They say that if the captives aren't already dead, they might be trapped in hidden underground bunkers. From Benghazi, Jon Leyne reports.
The opposition say they have kept accurate records of the many opposition supporters snatched by Colonel Gaddafi's forces during months of demonstrations and fighting across the country. Nearly 50,000 are still missing. The fear is that their bodies may be unearthed in mass graves close to prisons, such as the notorious Abu Salim in Tripoli, or almost as bad the prisoners could be trapped in a series of secret prison bunkers hidden under military bases and the farms or almost anywhere. And an urgent search is being conducted, and the opposition have appealed to former security officials to come forward with any information that could help.

The rebel authorities in Libya say they are trying to identify about 50 charred bodies found in a burned-out warehouse at a military base outside the capital Tripoli. The remains were discovered at a site used by a brigade commanded by one of Colonel Gaddafi's sons. The BBC's Orla Guerin has been there.
Inside the warehouse under a still smoldering roof, we saw the charred remains of dozens of bodies. Some were a little more than skeletons. They were killed on Tuesday, in the dying days of the regime. There were more bodies on the ground outside, a rope still attached to one man's feet. An old man, Fatullah Abdullah, wept in the doorway. He told us he managed to escape from the warehouse but without his three sons.

The Bahraini authorities say they'll dismiss charges against some of the demonstrators detained during months of anti-government protests by members of the Shia majority. The country's Sunni monarch King Hamad made the announcement in a national broadcast. Hundreds of people have been arrested since the protests began in February.

More than 300,000 people have been allowed back home in New York after they were ordered to evacuate the city's low-lying areas in the path of a powerful storm. Hurricane Irene, now downgraded, caused extensive damage along the eastern US seaboard but had weakened by the time it reached New York City. Fears of extending flooding have receded, and the New York Stock Exchange is opening as normal on Monday. But public transport and flights from the city's main airports remains suspended while officials assess damage. Chris Ward is executive director of New York's Port Authority.
"I need to caution travellers that service will not be resuming today, and if anything you should pay attention for, potential beginnings of service late tomorrow afternoon, and best that we are hopeful for aviation traffic to begin to resume on Tuesday."

World News from the BBC

Members of parliament from Japan's governing Democratic Party are meeting in a few hours to vote for the country's sixth new prime minister in just five years. Japan's Trade Minister Banri Kaieda is considered the front-runner to succeed Naoto Kan, who announced his resignation on Friday. However, none of the candidates is thought likely to secure enough support on the first ballot, and a run-off vote is expected.

There's been a shock at the World Athletics Championships in South Korea, where the world record holder Usain Bolt disqualified from the final of the 100m after a false start. Alex Capstick watched it happen.
Usain Bolt has made few errors in his brilliant career, but this will go down as a major blemish on his record. Victory appeared to be virtually guaranteed, but this time, Usain Bolt messed up on a big stage. He knew immediately he'd left his starting blocks before the gun had fired. There's no second chance nowadays. For once, the great entertainer was visibly angry. His shirt had already been flung to the ground before he left the track, banging his head with his hands in frustration. His Jamaican compatriot Yohan Blake eventually took the gold medal, but this world championship final will be remembered for the man who didn't start.

In football, the English Premier League has seen one of its most surprising scorelines for years with the champions Manchester United beating Arsenal by eight goals to two at Old Trafford. The scale of the victory surprised even United manager Alex Ferguson.
"When you play Arsenal, you don't expect to have scored so many goals. But when you see Arsenal's team is so weakened, we had expected to score and had expected us to win because it was a very, very weakened team. And Arsenal may be missing eight players today. You know, that's so unfortunate for them."
It's the first time since 1896 that Arsenal have conceded eight goals in a league match.



BBC News
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BBC News with Gaenor Howells
Libyan rebel leaders say they fear for the safety of up to 50,000 people taken prisoner by Colonel Gaddafi’s forces. They say they have been captives and already dead they might be trapped in underground bunkers. From Benghazi, John Leyne reports

The opposition say they have kept accurate record of the many opposition supporters snatched by Colonel Gaddafi’s forces during months of demonstrations and fighting across the country. Nearly 50,000 are still missing. The fear is that their bodies may be unearthed in mass graves close to prisons such as the notorious Abu Salim in Tripoli. Or almost as bad the prisoners could be trapped in a series of secret prison bunkers hidden under military bases and farms almost anywhere. An urgent search is been conducted. And the opposition have appealed for former security officials to come forward any information that could help.

The rebel authorities in Libya say they are trying to identify about 50 chard bodies found in a burned-out wheelhouse outside the capital Tripoli. The remains were discovered at a site used by a brigade commanded by one of Colonel Gaddafi’s sons. The BBC’s Orla Guelin has been there.

Inside the wheelhouse…still smoldering roof, we saw the chard remains of dozens of bodies, some were little more than skeletons. They were killed on Tuesday, in the dying days of the regime. There were more bodies on the ground outside, a rope still attached to one man’s face. An old man X wept in the doorway. He told us he managed to escape from the wheelhouse but without his three sons.

The Bahraini authorities say they will dismiss charges against some of the demonstrators detained during month of anti-government protests by members of Shiah majority. The country’s Sunnite monarch King Hamad made the announcement in a national broadcast. Hundred of people have been arrested since the protest began in February.

More than 300,000 people have been allowed back home in New York after they were ordered to evacuate the city’s lowland areas in the pass of a powerful storm. Hurricane Irene now downgraded cause extensive damage along the eastern US seaboard but had weakened at the time it reached New York City. Fears of extension flooding have receded and the New York stock exchange is opening as normal on Monday. But public transport and
flights from the city’s main airports remain suspended while officials assess damage. Chris Ward is executive director of New York’s port authority.

“I need to quash travelers that service will not be resuming today. And if anything you should pay attention for, potential be giving’s of service late tomorrow afternoon are best. We will hold for four aviation traffic to begin the resume on Tuesday.”

World News from the BBC
Members of parliament from Japan’s governing Democratic Party are meeting in a few hours to vote for the country’s sixth new Prime Minister in just five years. Japan’s trade minister X is considered the front runner to succeed X who announced his resignation on Friday. However, none of the candidates is thought likely to secure enough support on the first ballot and run-off vote is expected.

There is been a shock at the World Athletics Championships in South Korea where the world record holder Usain Bolt disqualified from the final of 100m after a full start. X watched it happened

Usain Bolt has made few errors in his brilliant career. But this will go down as a major blemish on his record. Victory appeared to be virtually guaranteed but this time Usain Bolt messed up on the big stage. He knew immediately he’d left his starting block before the gun had fired. There’s no second chance nowadays, for once the great entertainer was visibly angry. His shirt hat already been flogged to the ground before he left the track bending his head with his hand in frustration. His Jamaican compatriot X eventually took the gold medal but this world championship final will be remembered for the man who didn’t start.

In football the English premier league has seen one of its most surprising scorers for years where the champions Manchester united beating Arsenal by 8 goals to 2 ideal Trafford. This… of victory surprised even united manager X

“…some main goals but we see Arsenal’s team is so weaken that we had to expect the scores and they expect to win because Arsenal is a very, very weak team and also maybe .. today you know its sun force for them.”

It’s the first time since 1896 that Arsenal has conceded eight goals in the league match.
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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-29

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BBC News with Gaenor Howells

Libyan rebel leaders say they fear for the safety of up to 50,000 people taken prisoner by Colonel Gaddafi's forces. They say that if the captives aren't already dead, they might be trapped in hidden underground bunkers. From Benghazi, Jon Leyne reports.
The opposition say they have kept accurate records of the many opposition supporters smashed by Colonel Gaddafi's forces during months of demonstrations and fighting across the country. Nearly 50,000 are still missing. The fear is that their bodies may be on earth in mass graves, close to prison such as the notorious Abu Salim in Triopoli. Or .... is bad, the prisoners could be trapped in a serious or secret prison bunkers, hidden on the military bases, on the farms or on the steady where. An urgent search is being conducted, and the opposition had appealed to formal security officials to conform with any imformation that could help.

The rebel authorities in Libya say they are trying to identify about 50 charred bodies found in a burned out  warehouse, site of a military base, outside the capital Tripoli. The remains were discovered at a site used by a brigade, commanded by one of Colonel Gaddafi's sons. The BBC's Orla Guerin has been there.
Inside the warehouse under a still ..... roof, we saw the charred remains of dozens of bodies. Some were al little more than skeletons. They were killed on Tuesday, in the dying days of the regime. There were more bodies on the ground outside, a rope still attached to one man's feet. An old man .... wept in the doorway. He told us he managed to escape from the warehouse, but without his three sons.

The Bahraini authority say they'll dismiss charges against some of the demonstrators detained during months of the anti-government protests by members of the Shiite majority. The country's sunni mornach, King Hamad made the announcement in a national broadcast. Hundreds of people have been arrested since the protests began in Feburary.

More than 300,000 people have been allowed to back home in the New York after they were ordered to evacuate the city's lowlying areas in the pass of a powerful storm. Hurrican Irene now downgraded caused extensive damage along the eastern US seaboard, but had weakened by the time it reached to New York City. Fears of extensing flooding has receded and the New York stock exchange is opening as normal on Monday. But public transport and fights from the city's main airports remain suspended while officials assessed damage. Chris Ward is executive director of New York's port authority.
I need to clash our travelers that service will not be resuming today and if there's anything you should pay attention for potential beginning of service late tomorrow afternoon and thus we will hopeful for aviation traffic to begin to resume on Tuesday.

World News from the BBC

Members of parliament from Japan's governing democratic party are meeting in a few hours to vote for the country's 6th new Prime Minister in just five years. Japan's Trade Minister Banri Kaieda has considered the frontruuner to succeed  Naoto Kan, who announed his resignation on Friday. However none of the candidate is thought likely to secure enough support on the first ballot and a run-off vote is expected.

There's been a shock at the World Athletics Championship in South Korea where the world record holder Usain Bolt disqualified from the final of the 100 metres after a false start. Alex Capstick watched it happen.
Usain Bolt has made few errors in his brilliant career, but this all go down as a major blemish on his record. Victory appeared to be virtually guaranteed, but this time Usain Bolt messed up on the big stage. He knew immediately he'd left his starting blocks before the gun had fired. There's no second chance nowadays. For once, the great entertainer was visibly angry. His shirt had already been flung to the ground before he left the track, banging his head with his hands in frustration. His Jamaican compatriot Yohan Blake eventually took the gold medal, but this World Championship final will be remembered for the man who didn't start.

In football, the English Premier League has seen one of its surprising scorelines for years with the champions Manchester United beating Arsenal by eight goals to two at Old Trafford. The scale of the victory surprised even Manchester manager Alex Ferguson.
When you play Arsenal, you don't expect to score so many goals. But when you see Arsenal's team so weakened, wo had expected to score and had expected yus to win because it was a very very weakened team. And Arsenal may be missing 8 players today.  You know, that's so unfortunate for them.
It's the first time since 1896 that Arsenal have conceded 8 goals in a league match.

BBC News
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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-29

本帖最后由 anguswdm 于 2011-8-29 09:20 编辑

BBC NEWS WITH x
Libya rebel leader said they feel the safety to 15,000 people take prisoner by e by Kodafi's forces.They say they captives by already did they might be trapped by hidden underground bankers ,from x report.


The reposition say they kept acute many opposition records smash by x during month under the fighting across the country.Nearly 15,000 still missing , the ferules and the body in mass grieves .The present x ,are almost bet the x trapped in severe security bankers, hidden under military bases and farms all most every where.And urge search conducted ,under the opposition former security officials, confirmed  any information could help.


The rebel authority of Libya said they tried to find the fifty charge of the body found in the burned out house such as outside of Tripoli .The remain set used by x ,commanded by one of colonel x's sons. BBC has being there.Inside the weary house , under the sills of x rum.We sew the charges remain, and dozens of body doom or small x.They were killed on the Tuesday  and the dead days of regime.There were more bodies underground outside , a robe still attach a man's face.An old man ,x wrapped in the door way.He told us he managed to escape the welt house ,but without his three sons.The x authority say they dismiss charges against some of the demonstrators  detained during the month  under government protests with the x of majority. X made the announcement under the broadcast .Hundreds of protests had been arrested since the begin in February.


More than 300,000 people had been alarmed by coming Noyok,after it comes the low land of areas, they were evacuated the low land of areas, in the pass of  the powerful storm.x knocked down the grade  cause it's  x damages in the US sea land by the reach of the time of Newyork city.Firs extending and flooding have reached and the Newyork stock exchanged in the normal on Monday.But the public transport and flight from the city main airport remain suspended , while the official says damages ,x is the x  director of the Newyork support authority.


I need the traction, that the servers were not resuming , and anything you should pay attention for potential beginning of the servers ,lied tomorrow afternoon and the rest hopeful for evasion of resume on Tuesday.


World News from the BBC


Members of public of Japan government x party in a few hours to vote to the country's six new primer minister in just five years.Japan's treatment minister his accessed x who announce his resignation on Friday.However none of the candidate thought like the security on  the first x  on the run of the  forces expected. There was been shocked x Cap ion ships in south of Korean was world record scene describe the finial 100 meters after the four star.X watched what happened.
You see bombs , has made few areas in his brilliant carer . the missile go down and make the blemish the clashed .Votaries has been guaranteed , but this time has mass up in the big stage.He new it immediately left his start of the gun has fired .This is the second chance of the days for the x angry.x has already handed under the ground and he left his track , he handed his hands in the straight .x, eventually told the goal of the metal ,but this world champ in final would be remembered for the man who didn't started.


In the football English x, one of the most surprisingly scold for years, with the champion Manchester in the Unite states , with two other goals , the scale of the victory surprises even the United Manager x .


xx..., you know you pay to win, some goals , but , we see whole weekend  , we expected to win because we very very condom .


It's the firt time since the 1986 Asama consider the goal  in the Leger match .




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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-29

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BBC News with Ganod *
Libyan rebel leaders say they feared for the safety of 50,000 people taken prisoners by colonel Gaddafi's forces. They say already dead * tramped hit * . From Benghazi John Lain reports. The opposition said they * accurate records to many opposition supporters snitch by colonel Gaddafi's forces during months of demonstration and fighting across the country. Nearly 50,000 are still missing. They feared their bodies may be on earth mass grave close prison such as Albu* in Tripoli. Almost bad, the prisoner could be tramped in seriously secrete prison bankers,hidden on military bases, on the farms, almost everywhere. And the urgent search has been conducted and the opposition has appealed to former security officials to come forward with any information they could help. The rebel authorities in Libyan say they try to identify about 50 child bodies found in the burned out warehouse * military base south outside of capital Tripoli. * discovered to * by * commanded by one of colonel Gaddafi's sons. The BBC * has been there. Inside the warehouse, under still smoking room, we saw the child remains and dozens of bodies. Some were little more than skeletons. They were killed on Tuesday and dying in days of the regime. There were more bodies on the ground outside. A rope still attached to one man's face. An older man wept in the doorway he told he manage to escape from the warehouse but without his three sons.

The * authorities say they will dismiss charged against some of demonstrators detained in Anti-government protests by member of * majority. The country * * made the announcement in national broadcast.Hundreds of people has been arrested since the protest begun in February.

More than 300,000 people has been allowed by * NY * to evacuate from the city low line area in the past powerful storm. Hurricane Arine now downgraded ,caused extensive damaged along the eastern US sea border but weakened * to NY city. Fears and extensive flooding has receded and NY stock exchanged opening normal on Monday. But public transports and flights from the city main airport remain suspended when the official access the damage. * an executive director of NY * authorities. I need * travelers that service will not resuming today. And for anything you should pay attention for potential beginning of service late tomorrow afternoon. I * I hope for aviation traffic to beginning resume on Tuesday.
World News from the BBC.
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BBC News with Gaenor Howells.  
Libyan rebel leaders say they fear for the safety of up to 50,000 people taken prisoner by Col Gaddafi’s forces. They say that if the captives aren’t already dead, they might be trapped in hidden underground bunkers. From Benghazi, Jon Leyne reports.
The opposition say they have kept accurate records of the many opposition supporters snatched by Col Gaddafi’s forces during months of demonstrations and fighting across the country. Nearly 50,000 are still missing. The fear is that their bodies may be unearthed in mass graves close to prisons such as the notorious Abu Salim in Tripoli. Or almost as bad the prisoners could be trapped in a series of secret prison bunkers, hidden under military bases and the farms, or almost anywhere. An urgent search is being conducted and the opposition have appealed to former security officials to come forward with any information that could help.
The rebel authorities in Libya say they are trying to indentify about 50 charred bodies found in a burned-out warehouse at a military base outside the capital Tripoli. The remains were discovered at a site used by a brigade commanded by one of Col Gaddafi’s sons. The BBC’s Orla Guerlin has been there.
Inside the warehouse, under a still smoldering roof, we saw the charred remains of dozens of bodies. Some were little more than skeletons. They were killed on Tuesday and the dying days of the regime. There were more bodies on the ground outside, a rope still attached to one man’s face. An old man, Fatullah Abdullah wept in the doorway. He told us he managed to escape from the warehouse but without his three sons.
The Bahraini authorities say they’ll dismiss charges against some of the demonstrators detained during months of anti-government protests by members of the Shia majority. The country’s Sunni Monarch King Hamad made the announcement in a national broadcast. Hundreds of people have been arrested since the protests began in February.
More than 300,000 people have been allowed back home in New York after they were ordered to evacuate the city’s low lying areas in the path of a powerful storm. Hurricane Irene now downgraded caused extensive damage along the eastern US seaboard but had weakened by the time it reached New York City. Fears of extending flooding have receded, and the New York Stock Exchange is opening as normal on Monday. But public transport and flights from the city’s main airports remain suspended while officials assess damage. Chris Ward is executive director of New York’s Port Authority.
I need to caution travelers that service will not be resuming today, and if anything you should pay attention for, potential beginnings of service late tomorrow afternoon at best. And we are hopeful for aviation traffic to begin to resume on Tuesday.
World News from the BBC.
Members of parliament from Japan’s governing Democratic Party are meeting in a few hours to vote for the country’s sixth new prime minister in just five years. Japan’s Trade Minister Banri Kaieda is considered the front-runner to succeed Naoto Kan, who announced his resignation on Friday. However, none of the candidates is thought likely to secure enough support on the first ballot, and a run-off vote is expected.
There’s been a shock at the World Athletics Champions in South Korea, where the world record holder Usain Bolt disqualified from the final of the 100m after a false start. Alex Capstick watched it happened.
Usain Bolt has made few errors in his brilliant career, but this will go down as a major blemish on his record. Victory appeared to be virtually guaranteed. But this time, Usain Bolt messed up on the big stage. He knew immediately he’d left his starting blocks before the gun had fired. There’s no second chance nowadays. For once, the great entertainer was visibly angry. His shirt had been flung to the ground before he left the track banging his head with his hands in frustration. His Jamaican compatriot Yohan Blake eventually took the gold medal, but this world championship final will be remembered for the man who didn’t start.
In football, the English Premier League has seen one of its most surprising scorelines for years with the champions Manchester United beating Arsenal by eight goals to two at Old Trafford. The scale of the victory surprised even united manager Alex Ferguson.
When you play Arsenal, you don’t expect to have scored so many goals. But when you see Arsenal’s team is so weakened that we had expected to score and had expected us to win because it was a very, very weakened team. And Arsenal may be missing eight players today. You know, it’s so unfortunate for them.
It’s the first time since 1896 that Arsenal have concede eight goals in a league match.
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BBC News with Gaynor Howells


Libyan rebel leaders say they fear for the safety of up to 50,000 people taken prisoner by Colonel Gaddafi's forces. They say that if the captives aren't already dead, they might be trapped in hidden underground bunkers. From Benghazi, Jon Leyne reports.
The oppositions say they have kept accurate records of the many opposition supporters smashed by Colonel Gaddafi's forces during months of demonstrations and fighting across the country. Nearly 50,000 are still missing. The fear is that their bodies may be unearthed in mass graves, close to prison such as the notorious Abu Salim in Tripoli. Or almost is bad, the prisoners could be trapped in a serious secret prison bunkers, hidden on the military bases, on the farms or in anywhere. An urgent search is being conducted, and the opposition had appealed to formal security officials to come forward with any information that could help.

The rebel authorities in Libya say they are trying to identify about 50 charred bodies found in a burned-out warehouse site of a military base, outside the capital Tripoli. The remains were discovered at a site used by a brigade, commanded by one of Colonel Gaddafi's sons. The BBC's Oral Guerin has been there.
Inside the warehouse under a still smothering roof, we saw the charred remains of dozens of bodies. Some were little more than skeletons. They were killed on Tuesday, in the dying days of the regime. There were more bodies on the ground outside, a rope still attached to one man's feet. An old man Abdulla wept in the doorway. He told us he managed to escape from the warehouse, but without his three sons.

The Bahraini authorities say they'll dismiss charges against some of the demonstrators detained during months of the anti-government protests by members of the Shiite majority. The country's Sunni monarch, King Hamad made the announcement in a national broadcast. Hundreds of people have been arrested since the protests began in February.

More than 300,000 people have been allowed to back home in the New York after they were ordered to evacuate the city's low-line areas in the pass of a powerful storm. Hurrican Irene now downgraded caused extensive damage along the eastern US seaboard, but had weakened by the time it reached to New York City. Fears of extending flooding have receded and the New York stock exchange is opening as normal on Monday. But public transport and fights from the city's main airports remain suspended while officials assessed damage. Chris Ward is executive director of New York's port authority.
“I need to caution to the travelers that service will not be resuming today and if there's anything you should pay attention for potential beginning of service late tomorrow afternoon and at best we are hopeful for aviation traffic to begin to resume on Tuesday.”

World News from the BBC

Members of parliament from Japan's governing democratic party are meeting in a few hours to vote for the country's 6th new Prime Minister in just five years. Japan's Trade Minister Banri Kaida has considered the frontrunner to succeed Naoto Kan, who announced his resignation on Friday. However none of the candidate is thought likely to secure enough support on the first ballot and a run-off vote is expected.

There's been a shock at the World Athletics Championship in South Korea where the world record holder Husain Bolt disqualified from the final of the 100 metres after a false start. Alex Capstick watched it happen.
Husain Bolt has made few errors in his brilliant career, but this all go down as a major blemish on his record. Victory appeared to be virtually guaranteed, but this time Husain Bolt messed up on the big stage. He knew immediately he'd left his starting blocks before the gun had fired. There's no second chance nowadays. For once the great entertainer was visibly angry. His shirt had already been flung to the ground before he left the track, banging his head with his hands in frustration. His Jamaican compatriot Yohan Blake eventually took the gold medal, but this World Championship final will be remembered for the man who didn't start.

In football, the English Premier League has seen one of its most surprising score lines for years with the champions Manchester United beating Arsenal by eight goals to two at Old Trafford. The scale of the victory surprised even Manchester manager Alex Ferguson.
“When you play Arsenal, you don't expect to score so many goals. But when you see Arsenal's team so weakened, we haven’t expected these scores and had expected to win because it was a very very weakened team. And Arsenal may be missing its main player today.  You know, that's so unfortunate for them.”
It's the first time since 1896 that Arsenal had conceded 8 goals in a league match.

BBC News
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BBC News with Gaenor Howells

Libyan rebel leaders say they fear for the safety of up to 50,000 people taken prisoner by Colonel Gaddafi's forces. They say that if the captives aren't already dead, they might be trapped in hidden underground bunkers. From Benghazi, Jon Leyne reports.
The opposition say they have kept accurate records of the many opposition supporters snatched by Col. Gaddafi's forces during months of demonstrations and fighting across the country. Nearly 50,000 are still missing. Their fear is that their bodies may be unearthed in mass graves close to prison such as the notorious Abu Salim in Tripoli. Or almost as bad, the prisoners could be trapped in a series of secret prison bunkers hidden under military bases, under farms, or almost anywhere. An urgent search is being conducted, and the opposition have appealed to formal security officials to come forward with any information that could help.

The rebel authorities in Libya say they're trying to identify about 50 charred bodies found in a burned out warehouse at a military base outside the capital Tripoli. The remains were discovered at a site used by a brigade commanded by one of Col. Gaddafi's sons. The BBC's Orla Guerin has been there.
Inside the warehouse, under a still smoldering roof, we saw the charred remains of dozens of bodies, some were little more than skeletons. They were killed on Tuesday in the dying days of the regime. There were more bodies on the ground outside. A rope still attached to one man's feet. An old man, Fatahla Abudellah, wept in the doorway. He told us he managed to escape from the warehouse, but without his three sons.

The Bahraini authorities say they'll dismiss charges against some of the demonstrators detained during months of anti-government protests by members of the Shia majority. The country's Sunni monarch, King Hamad made the announcement in a national broadcast. Hundreds of people have been arrested since the protests began in February.

More than 300,000 people have been allowed back home in the New York after they were ordered to evacuate the city's low-lying areas in the path of a powerful storm. Hurricane Irene, now downgraded, caused extensive damage along the eastern US seaboard, but had weakened by the time it reached New York City. Fears of extensive flooding have receded, and the New York Stock Exchange is opening as normal on Monday. But public transport and flights from the city's main airports remain suspended while officials assess damage. Chris Ward is executive director of New York's Port Authority.
"I need to caution travelers that service will not be resuming today, and that if anything you should pay attention for, potential beginnings of service late tomorrow afternoon at best they will hopeful for aviation traffic to begin to resume on Tuesday."

World News from the BBC

Members of parliament from Japan's governing Democratic Party are meeting in a few hours to vote for the country's sixth new prime minister in just five years. Japan's Trade Minister Banri Kaieda is considered the front runner to succeed Naoto Kan, who announced his resignation on Friday. However, none of the candidates is thought likely to secure enough support on the first ballot, and a run-off vote is expected.

There's been a shock at the World Athletics Championship in South Korea with the world record holder Usain Bolt disqualified from the final of the 100m after a false start. Alex Capstick watched it happen.
Usain Bolt has made few errors in his brilliant career, but this will go down as a major blemish on his record. Victory appeared to be virtually guaranteed, but this time, Usain Bolt messed up on the big stage. He knew immediately he'd left his starting blocks before the gun had fired. There's no second chance nowadays, for once the great entertainer was visibly angry. His shirt had already been flung to the ground before he left the track, banging his head with his hands in frustration. His Jamaican compatriot Yohan Blake eventually took the gold medal. But this world championship final will be remembered for the man who didn't start.

In football, the English Premier League has seen one of its most surprising scorelines for years with the champions, Manchester United, beating Arsenal by 8 goals to 2 at Old Trafford. The scale of the victory surprised even United's manager, Alex Ferguson.
"When you play Arsenal, you don't expect to be scoring * so many goals. But when you see Arsenal's team is so weakened, we had expected to score and then expected to win, because it was a very, very weakened team. And Arsenal may be recently * today, you know as some f* for them." >.<
It's the first time since 1896 that Arsenal had conceded 8 goals in a league match.

BBC News

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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-29

BBC news with Ganote Howards

Libyan rebel leaders say they fear for tht safety of up to 50,000 people taken prisoner by Colonel Gaddafi's forces. They say * captives and already did. They may be trapped in hidden undergroud bankers. From Banghazi, John Lan reports.

The oppositon say they have * * records that many opposition supporters snashed by Colonel Gaddafi's forces during months of demonstrations and fightings across the country. Nearly 50,000 are still missing. the * said their bodies may be on earth in mass grave close to prison such as the notorious * in Tripoli. Or almost as bad, the prisoners could be trapped in a series of secret prison bankers, under military bases, under farms or almost anywhere. And an urgent search is being conducted. And the oppositon have appealed to former security officials to come forward with any information that could help. The rebel authority in Libya say they are trying to identify about 50 charred bodies found in a burned out warehouse such military base outside the capital Tripoli. The remains were discovered at a site used by a brigade commanded by one of Colenel Gaddafi's sons. The BBC's * has been there.

Inside the warehouse, under the still smoldering roof, we saw the charred remains of dozens of bodies. Some were little more than skeletons.They were killed on Tuesday, and the dying days of the regime. There were more bodies outside. A rope still attached to one man's face. An old man * wept in the doorway. He told us that he managed to escape from the warehouse but without his 3 sons.

The Bahrainian authority say they will dismiss charges against some of the demonstrators detained during months of anti-government protests by members of the Shia majority.The country's Sunni monok King * made the announcement in the international broadcast. Hundreds of people have been arrested since the protests begun in Feburary.

More than 300,000 people are being allowed by * to NY after they were ordered to evacuate the city's lowline areas in the past of a powerful storm. Hurricane Irene now downgraded causing extensive damage along the eastern US sea border but has weakened by the time it reached to NY city. Fears of extensing flooding have receded and the NY stocket change has opening as normal on Monday. But public transport and flights from the city's main airports remain suspended while officils assess the damage. Chris Ward is executive director of NY's port authority.

I need to caution traveller that service will not be resuming today and if anything you should pay attension for potential beginnings of service later tomorrow afternoon at best. And we are hopeful for aviation traffic to begin its resume on Tuesday.

World news from the BBC.

Members of Parliament from Japan's governing Democratic Party are meeting in a few hours to vote for the country's sixth new Prime minister in just 5 years. Japan's Trade Minister * has considered the front runner to succeed * who announced his resignation on Friday. However none of the candidates is supposed to be likly to secure enough support on the first ballot and a runoff vote is expected.

There's been a shock at World Athletic Championship in South Korea worldwide record holder * disqualified from the final of 100m after a fourth start. * watched it happen.

* has made a few erros in his brilliant career but this will go down as a major blemish on his record. Victory appeared to be virtually garanteed. But this time * messed up on the big stage. He knew immediately he left his starting blocks before the gun has fired. There's no second chance nowdays. For once the great entertainer was visibly angry. His shirt had already been flung to the groud before he left the track banning his head with his hands in frustration. His Jamaican compatriot * eventually took the gold medal, but this World Championship Final will be remembered for the man who didn't start.

In footbal the English premier * one of the most surprising scholars in the years with the champions Manchester United beating us now by eight goals to two at all *. The scale of the victory surprised even United's manager *.
.... team so weakened ..score ...we are expected to win because it's a very very weak team.... some fortune for them  [img][/img]
It is the first time since 1896 that Arsenal have conceded eight goals in a league match.

BBC news.

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Libyan rebel leaders say they fear for the safty up to 15,000 people taken prisoner by Col. Gaddafi's forces. They say they were captived under already dept they might be trapped hit underground backers. From Banghazi, John Lyne reports.

The opposition say they have kept accurate records of many opposition supporters smashed by Col. Gaddafi'forces during month of demonstrations in fighting across the country. Nearly fifteen thousand were will missing. The ferious of their bodies may be unearthed in mass graves, close to the prisons such as notorious Alb Selim in Tripoly. All almost was bad, the presoners could be trapped in the Sirian secret prison bonkers, hiden under millitray bases and farms and almost everywhere, and urgent search is been conducted, and opposition have appealed to form secutiry officials to come forward with any information could help.

The reble authorities in Libya say they tried to identify about 15 charred bodies found in burnt out warehouse sat millitary base south side the capital of Tripoly.The remains were discovered at site used by a brigade commanded by one of Colonel Gaddafi's sons. The BBC's A G has been there.

Inside the warehouse, hundreds still smoldering roof, we saw the charred remains of dozens of bodies, some or little more there were skeletons, they were killed on Tuseday and dying days of the regime. There were more bodies underground outside, a rope still attached to one man's feet. An old man F A wept in the doorwar, he told he managed to escape from the warehouse but without his 3 sons.

The Barrinian authorities say they will dismiss charges against some of the demonsrators detainned during month of anti-government protest by members of Shia majority. The country Senier Monarch king H made the announcement in national broadcast. Hundreds of people have been arrested since the protest began in Feburary.

More than 300,000 people have been alowerd back home in the New York after they were orderred to evaccuated the citi's low line areas in the part of the powerfur storm. Hurricane Irine now down graded caused extansive damages along eastern UN seaboard, but at weekend by the time reached New York city. Fears of extansive flooding have receded, and New York's stocks' exchange is openning as normal on  Monday. But public transport ab\nd flights from the city's main airports remain suspended when officials assess damages. C W is executive director of New York transport authority.

Caution to travelers that service will not be resuming today, and if anythin you should pay attention for potential begans of services later tommorrow afternoon at best and we hope for aviation traffic to began resume on Tuseday.
World news from BBC.

Members of  Paliarment from Japan's democratic party are meeting in few hours to vote for the country's 6th new prime minister in just five years. Japan's trade Minister has considered the front runner to succeed N K, who announced his resignation on Friday. However none of the candidates is thought likely to secure enough support on the first ballot and run off votes expected.

There has been a shock that world athletes championship in south Korea was world record H disqualified from the final one hundred meters after a fause start. A C watched what happened.

Husian has made few errors in his brilliant career, but this all go down as a major blamish on his record. Victory appeared to be virtually guaranteed, but this time H B missed up on the biggest stage. He knew immediately he has left his start blocks before the gun has fired. There was no second chance nowadays for once the great entertainer was visibly angry. His shirt has already been flung to the ground before he left the track, banning his head with his hands in frustration. His German compatrator eventially took the gold medel, but this world championship final will be remembered for the man who didn't start.

In footbal the English premier league has seen one of his most surprising score lines for years with champions manchester united beating Arsenal by 8 goals to two *****. The scale of the victory supprised even the United manager A B.
“When you play Arsenal, you don't expect to score so many goals. But when you see Arsenal's team so weakened, we our team are expected these scores and had expected to win because it was a very very weakened team. And Arsenal may be missing its main player today.  You know, that's so unfortunate for them.”

It's the first time since 1896 that Arsenal had conceded 8 goals in a league match

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BBC news with Gaenor Howells.
Libyan rebel leaders say they fear for the safety of 50 thousand people taken prisoner by Colonel Gaddafi’s forces. They say if the captives aren’t already dead might be trapped hidden underground bunkers. From Benghazi, Jon Leyne reports.

The opposition says they have captured accurate records that many opposition supporters have been smashed by Colonel Gaddafi’s forces during months of fighting and demonstration across the country. Nearly 50 thousand are still missing. They fear that their bodies may be unearthed in mass graves close to prison such as the notorious Abu Salim in Tripoli or almost that bad, the prisoners could be trapped in the series of secret prison bunkers, hidden under military bases, and farms or at anywhere. An urgent has been conducted. And the opposition has appeal to former security officials to come forward with any information that helps.

The rebel authorities in Libya say they are trying to identify about 50 charged bodies founded in burned warehouse such as military base outside the capital Tripoli. The remains were discovered at a site used by a brigade commanded by one of Colonel Gaddafi’s sons. The BBC’s Orla Guerin has been there.

Inside the warehouse, under a still smoldering roof, we saw the charge remains of dozens of bodies. Some were little more than skeletons, they were killed on Tuesday in the dying days of the regime. There were more bodies on the ground outside, a rope still attach to one man’s feet. An old man, Fatullah Abdullah, wept in the doorway. He told us, he managed to escape from the warehouse, but without his 3 sons.

The Bahrain’s authorities say they will dismiss charges against some of the demonstrators detained during months of anti-government protests by member of the Shiite majority. The country’s Sunni monarch King Hamad made the announcement in the national broadcast. Hundreds of people have been arrested since the protest began in February.  

More than 300,000 people have been allowed back home in New York after they were ordered to evacuate of the city in low line areas in the past of the powerful storm. Hurricane Iran now downgraded caused extensive damage along the eastern US seaboard. But it weakened by the time when it reached in New York City. Fears of extensive flooding have receded. And the New York stock exchanges opening as normal on Monday, but public transport and flights from the city’s main airport remain suspended while the official assessed the damage. Chris Ward is executive director of New York’s port authority.

“I need to caution travelers that services will not be resumed today and anything should pay attention for, potential beginning the service late tomorrow afternoon and that’s will hopeful for aviation traffic will began to resume on Tuesday.”

World news from the BBC.

Members of the parliament from Japan governing Democratic Party are meeting in a few hours to vote for the country’s 6th new Prime Minister in just 5 years. Japan’s trade minister Banri Kaieda is considered as the front runner to succeed Naoto Kan who announced his resignation on Friday. However, none of the candidates is thought likely to securing enough support on the first ballot and a runoff vote is expected.

There has been a shock in the world Athletics Championships in South Korea while the world record holder Usain Bolt  disqualify from the final of the 100-meter after the false start. Alex Capstick watched the happened.

Usain Bolt has made few errors in his brilliant career and this will go down as a major blemish on his record. Victory appears to be virtually guaranteed, but this time, Usain Bolt massed up on the big stage. He knew immediately as he left the starting blocks before the gun has fired. There is no second chance nowadays. For once, the great entertainer was visibly angry. His shirt had already been flung the ground before he left the track, backing his head with his hands in frustration. His Jamaica compatriot Yohan Blake eventually took the gold medal. But this world championship final will be remembered for the man who didn’t start.

In football, the English Premier League has seen one of its most surprising score for years with the champion, Manchester United beating Arsenal by 8 goals to 2 at the Old Trafford. The scale of the victory surprised even United manager, Alex Ferguson.

“When you play Arsenal, you don’t expect to have scored so many goals. But we have see Arsenal came weakened, we had expected to score and expected to win because it is a very, very weakened team And Arsenal may be missing eight players today. You know, that's so unfortunate for them.”

It is the first time since 1896 that Arsenal has conceded 8 goals in the League match.

BBC news.
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BBC News with Gain Hawuless.
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BBC News with Gaenor Howells
Libyan rebel leaders say they fear for the safety of about up to 50,000 people taken prisoner by Cornel Gaddafi’s forces. They say if the captives aren’t already dead. They might be trapped in hidden underground bunkers. From Benghazi, Jon Liam reports.
“The opposition say they have kept accurate records of many opposition supporters snatched by Cornel Gaddafi’s forces during months of demonstrations and fighting across the country. Nearly 50,000 are still missing. The fear is that their bodies might be unearthed in mass graves, close to the prisons such as notorious Abu Salim in Tripoli. Or almost as bad, the prisoners could be trapped in a series of prison bunkers, hidden under military bases, under farms or almost anywhere. An urgent search has been conducted. And the opposition have appealed to former security officials to come forward with any information that could help.” The rebel authorities say they are trying to identify 50 charred bodies found in a burned out warehouse in a military base outside the capital of Tripoli. The remains were discovered at a side used by brigade, commanded by one of Cornel Gaddafi’s sons. The BBC’s Orla Guerin has been there.
“Inside the warehouse, under the still smoldering roof, we saw the charred remains of dozens of bodies, some were little more than skeletons. They were killed on Tuesday, in the dying days of the regime. There were more bodies on the ground outside, a rope still attached to one man’s feet. An old man, Fatala Abudola, wept in the doorway. He told us he managed to escape from the warehouse but without his three sons.”
The Bahraini authorities say they’ll dismiss the charges against some demonstrators detained during months of anti-government protests by members of the Shia majority. The country’s ** monarch, King Hammad, made the announcement in a national broadcast. Hundreds of people have been arrested since the protests began in February.
More than 300,000 people are being allowed back home in New York, after they were ordered to evacuate the city’s low-line areas in the path of the powerful storm. Hurricane Irene, now downgraded, caused extensive damage along the eastern US seaboard, but had weakened by the time it reached New York City. Fears of extensive flooding have receded and the New York stock exchange is opening as normal on Monday, but public transport and flights from the city’s main airport remain suspended while officials assess damage. Chris Ward is executive director of New York Support Authority.
“I need to caution travelers that service will not be resumed in today, that if anything, you should pay attention for potential beginnings of service late tomorrow afternoon at best, that we are hopeful for aviation traffic to begin to resume on Tuesday.
World News from BBC
Members of parliament from Japan’s governing Democratic Party are meeting in a few hours to vote for the country’s sixth new Prime Minister in just five years. Japan’s trade minister, ****, is considered the front runner to succeed Naoto Cam, who announced his resignation on Friday. However, none of the candidates is thought likely to secure enough support on the first ballot, and a run-off vote is expected.  
There has been a shock at the World Athletic Championships in South Korea with the world record holder Houssain Bolt, disqualified from the final of the 100-meters, after a false start. Alex Capstick watched it happen.
“Ussaine Bolt has made few errors in his brilliant career, and this will go down as a major blemish on his record. Victory appeared to be virtually guaranteed, but this time, Usaine Bolt messed up on the big stage. He knew immediately he’d left his starting blocks before the gun had fired. There is no second chance nowadays. For once, the great entertainer was visibly angry. His shirt had already been flung to the ground before he left the track, banging his head with his hands in frustration. His Jamaican compatriot, Yohan Blake, eventually took the medal, but this world championship final will be remembered for the man who didn’t start.”
In football, the English Premier League has seen one of its most surprising scorelines for years, with the champions, Manchester United, beating Arsenal by 8 goals to 2 at Old Trafford. This game of victory surprised even United’s manager, Alex Ferguson.
“When you play Arsenal, you don’t expect to score so many goals but we see Arsenal’s team is so weakened, we had expected to score. And our expect was to win because they are a very very weakened team. And Arsenal may be missing eight players today. You know, it’s, very unfortunate for them.”
It’s the first time since 1906 that Arsenal had conceded 8 goals in a league match.
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