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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, Fatallah 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 Shitte 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 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 unfortunate for them."

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

BBC News.

[Homework]BBC 2011-08-29

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BBC news with Gaenor Howell
Libyan rebel leaders say they fear for the safety of up to 50000 people taking prisoner by Coloner Gaddafi's forces.They say that if the captives aren't already dead,they might be trapped in hidden underground bunkers .From Benghazi Jon Lion reports.
The opposition say they have kept accurate records that many of opposition supporters snatched by Colonel Gaddafi's forces during months of demonstrations and fighting across the country.Nearly 50000 still missing.The fear is that their bodies maybe unearthed in mass graves close to prisoners, such as .....in tripoli,or almost as bad the prisoners could be trapped in the series of secret prison bunkers hidden under military bases and farms or almost anywhere.And an urgent search is being conducted.And the opposion have been appealed to former security officials to come forward with any imformation that could  help.
The rebel authorities in Libya say they trying to identify about 50 charred bodies found in a burned out warehouse at a military outside the captial Tripoli.The remains were discovered at a site used by a brigade commanded by one of Colonel Gaddafi's sons.The bbc's Oral G..has been there.Inside the warehouse under the smoldering roof we saw the charred remains of dozens of bodies.Some were a little more than skeletons .They were killed on Tusday,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 ..authority say they'll dismiss charges against some of the demonstators detained during monthes of anti-govrenment protests by members of the shia majority.The country sunni monarch king harmad made the announcement international broadcast.Hundreds of people have been arrested since the protests began in February.
More than 3000 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 the powerful storm.Hurricane Irene ,now downgraded caused extensive damage along the eastern US seabord but had weakened by the time when it reached the New York city.Fears of extending flooding have receded on 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.Chirs Ward is executive director of New York's port authority.
I need to caution travellers that services will not be resuming today, and if anything you should pay attention for potential beginnings of services late tomorrow afternoon and best that we are hopeful for aviation traffic to begin resum 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 Banri Kaiede 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-out vote is expected.
There has been a shock at the World Athletic Championships in south Korea ,where the world record holder usain bolt disqualified from the final 100 metres after a false start.Alex Capstic watched it happen.
usain bolt has made few errors in his briliant career,but this will go down as a major blemish on his record.Victory appeared to be virtually guaranteed.But this time ,usain bolt massed up on a big stage.He know immediately he had left his starting blocks before the gun had fired.There's no second chance nowadays. For once the grate entertainer was visibly angry.His shirt had already been flung to the ground before he left the track,banging his head with his hand in frustration.His Jamaican Compatriot Yohan Blake eventually took the gold medal.But this world championship final will be remember for the man who didn't start.
In football ,the English Premier League has seen one of its most surprising scorelines for years with a champions Manchester united beating Arsenal by eight goals to two at Old Trafford.The scale of victory surprised even United manager A F.
when you play Arsenal ,you don't expect to scored so many goals.But when you see Arsenal's team is so weakened ,we had expect to score and expect to win because it was a very, very weakened team.And Arsenal may be missing 8 players today in us......
It's the first time since 1896 that Arsenal have conceded eight goals in a league match.





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BBC news with Gano Hauos.

Lybian rebel leaders say they fear for the safety of up to 50000 people taken prisoners by Colonel Gaddaffi's forces.They say if the captives xxxx  ,they might be trapped and hitted under groud bankers.From Bangazi,John Lion reports.

Their position said they have cat accurate records of many opposition supporters snatched by Colonel Gaddaffi's forces during months of demonstration and fighting across the country.Nearly 50000 are still missing.There are fears their bodies may be unearthed  in mass graves,close to presents such as the notorious Absolim in Tripoli.Almost as barred,the prisoners could be trapped in a serious of secret prison bankers,hidden under military bases and farms almost anywhere.An urgent search is being conducted.And the opposition has appealed to former security officials to come forward with any information that could help.

The rebel authority in Tripoli say they are trying to identify about 50 chad bodies,found in the burned out warehouse ,Sutch military base outside the capital Tripoli.The remains were be discovered at a side suite Biogreed , commonded by one of Colonel Gaddaffi sons.The BBC's Aulon Gary has been there.

Inside the warehouse under the still smodering roof,we saw the chad 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 is still attached to one man's feet.And a old man,Fatala Abdala,wept in the doorway.He told us he managed to escape from the warehouse,but without his 3 sons.

The Balrinian authoritys say they have dismissed charges against some of the demonstrators detained during months of anti government protests by members of Shia majority.The country Sunvi monarch king Hamad made the announcement in a national broadcast.Hundreds of the people have been arrested since the protests began in February.

More than 300000 people have been allowed back home in the NewYork after they were ordered to evacuated the city's low land areas in the path of powerful storm.Hurricane Iuin now downgraded,causing extensive damage along the eastern US seaboard,but were weakened by the time it reached to NewYork city.Fears of extending flooding have receded and the NewYork stock exchange has opened as normal on Monday.But public transport and flight from the city's main airport remains suspended while officials assess damage.Christ Ward is executive director of NewYork port authority.

I need to caution travellers that service will not be resuming today.And if anything you should pay attention for potential beginning of the service late tomorrow afternoon at the best,there are hope for aviation traffic to begin or resume on Tuesday.World news,from the BBC.

Members of the parliament from Japan's governing democratic party are meeting in a few hours to vote the country's 6th new prime minister in just 5 years.Japan's trade minister Bankri Cayda has been considered the frontrunner to succeed Noran Kan who announced his resignation on Friday. However none of the candidates is voted to secure enough support on the first ballot and a run off vote is expected.


There has been a shock at the world's xxx championship in South Korea where the world recorder Hudu Yusamboat disqualified from the final of 100 meters after a fault start.Alice Capstick watched it happened.

Yusamboat has made  few errors in his brilliant career.But this will go down as a major blemish on his record.Victory appears to be viturally guaranteed.But this time,Yusamboat mis-start on the big stage.He knew immediately he left his starting blogs before the gun had fired.There is no second chance nowadays for once the great entertainer was visibly angry.His shirt had  alreay been flown on the ground before he left the track,binding his head with his hands in frustration.His Germakin compatriot Johan Blag 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 in 4 years,with the champiion Manchester United beating Arsno by 8 goals to 2 at all trafort.The scale of the victory suprised even United's manager Alex Fokerson.

As for Arsono,we didn't expect socres some of scores,but we've seen Arsono team was so weakened .Our team is expected to score and they are expected to win because they are very very weaken team.And Arsono maybe miss poiets today,you know,such fall for them.It's the first time since 1896 that Arsono has conceded 8 goals in a league match.BBC news.

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BBC News with Gaenor HowellsLibyan 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 then 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. Fear is that their bodies may be unearthed in mass graves close to prison,such as 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 security officials to come forward with any information that could help.
The rebel authorities in Libya say they are trying to identify about 55 charred bodies found in a burned out warehouse at a military base outside the capital of Tripoli. The remains were discovered at a site used by a ? 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 with 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, ?, wept in the doorway. He told us he manged 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 protesters by numbers of the Shia majority. The country's ? monarch king Hamad made the announcement in a national broadcast. Hundreds of people have been arrested since the protest began in February.


More than 300,000people have been allowed by ? in New York after they were ordered to evacuate the city's low lying areas in the path of powerful storm. Hurricane Irene now downgraded, caused extensive along the eastern U.S seaboard, but it weakened by the time it reached to New York city. Fears of extending flooding have receded, and New York stock exchange is opening as normal on Monday. But public transport and flights from the city's main airport remains suspended while officials assess damage. Chris Ward is executive director of New York's port authority.
I need to caution travelers that services will not be resuming today and if anything you should pay attention for, potential beginnings of services late tomorrow afternoon, and 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 Kaieda is considered the front runner to succeed Naoto Kan, who announced his resignation on Friday. However, none of the candidates is supposed likely to secure enough support on the first ballot, and a run-off vote is expected.
There's been a shock at the World Athletes Championship in South Korea with 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 that it should go down as a major ? on his record. Victory appeared to be virtually guaranteed, but this time Usain Bolt messed up on the big stage. He knew immediately after he 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 ? on the ground before he left the track, ?ing his head with his hands in frustration. His Jamaican compatriot Yohan Blake eventually tokk 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 scoreline for years with the champions Manchester United beating Arsenal by 8-2 at Old Trafford. The scale of the victory surprised even United manager Alex Ferguson.
When you play Arsenal, you know it's competitive. But when you see Arsenal's team is so weakened, .......it is to win because it is a very very weakened team. And Arsenal maybe eight ? today. You know it's ? ?
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 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 snatched by Colonel Gaddafi's forces during months of demonstrations and fighting across the country. Near 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 has been 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 still attached to one man's feet.An old man,Fatullah Abdullah,wept in the door way.He told us he managed to escape from the warehouse but without his three sons.


The Bahraini authorities say they will dismiss charges against some of the demonstrators detained during months of 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 back home into 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 sea board,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 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 for just five years.Japan's Trade Minister Banri Kaieda is considered (as感觉应该有个) the frontrunner 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 has been a shock at the world Atlantic Championships in South Korea, where the world record holder Usain Bolt disqualified from the final of the 100 meters 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 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 gold medal.But this world championship final will be remembered for the man who did not start.


In football,the English Primer 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 score so many goals,but when you see Arsenal's team is so weakened.We had expected to score,and expected us to win,because it was a very very weaken team.And Arsenal may be missing eight players today.You know,it's so unfortunate for them.


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


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The Barini authorities say they will dismiss charges against some of the demonstrators detained during months' anti-government protests by members of Shian majority. The country's Sonimanic king Hamad made the announcement in the international broadcast. Hundreds of people have been arrested since the protests began in February.
More than 300,000 people have been allowed by coming New Yark after they were rolled to evacuate the city lowline areas in the past of powerful storm. Hurricane Irene now down graded cause the extensive damage along the eastern US sea board but has weakened by the time it reached to New York city. Fears of extensive flooding have recieded and New York stocking exchanges is openning as normal on Monday. But public transport and flights from the city's main airports remain suspended while the officials are says demage. **, is excutive director of New York Sport Authority.  
--I need to caution travellers that Suversy will not be resuming today. If there is anything you should pay attention for, petential beginning of service late tomorrow afternoon at best. We will be hopeful for aviation traffic to begin resuming 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 Treaty Minister ** has considered the front runner to succeed Notocan who announced his resignation on Friday. However, non of the candidates is likely to secure enough support on the first ballet on the run-off fon expected.
There has been a shock at the world legis-companionship since South Korea with world record holder was saying the boat disqualified from the final of 100 meters after a fourth star. Hali Capstic watched it happen.
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BBC News with Gaenor Howells
Libyan rebel leader 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 Banghazi, John Leyne reports.
The opposition say they have kept accurate record of the many opposition supporters snatched by Col. Gaddafi’s forces during months of demonstrations in 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 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 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 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, 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 airport remain suspended while officials assess damage. Chris Ward is executive director of New York’s Port Authority.
“I need to caution travelers that services 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 a big stage. He knew immediately he’d left his starting blocks before the gun have 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 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 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 missing 8 players today, you know as some 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

BBC News with Gaenor Howells.
Libyan rebel leaders say they fear for the safty of up to 50000 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 B, John L reports.
The opposition say they have kept accurate records of the many opposition supports snatched by Colonel Gaddafi's forces during months of demonstrations and fighting across the country. Nearly 50000 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 prisons could be trapped in the series of secret prison bunkers hidden under military bases and 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 informations that could help.
The rebel authorities in Libya say they 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 G 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, F, wept in the doorway. He told us he managed to escape from the warehouse but without his three sons.
The B authorities say they will dismiss charges against some of the domenstrators detained during months of anti-government protests by members of the S majority. The country's Sunni monarch King Hammed made the announcement in a international broadcast. Hundreds of people have been arreated since the protests began in February.
More than 300000 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 I, now downgraded, caused extensive damage along the eastern US seaboard but had weekend by the time it reached to New York city. Fears of extending flooding have receded, and the New York Stock exchanes 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 tody. 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 form 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 ministers in just five years. Japan's trade minister B H is considered the front runner to succeed NK, 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 expected.
There has been a shock at the world athletics championships in South Korea, where the world record holder ** disqualified from the final of the 100 meters after a false start. Alex C watched it happen. ** has made few errors in his brilliant carrer, but this will go down as a major blemish on his record. Voctory appeared to be virtually guaranteed, but this time, ** mess 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 Y B eventually took the glod 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 ** by eight goals to two at old T. The scale of the victory surprised even United manager Alex F.
When you play **, you don't expect to *** score so many goals. But when you see ** team is so weakend, we had expected to score and expected us to win because it was a very very weakened team and ** maybe missing eight points today. You know, that's so ** for them.
It's the first time sine 1896 that ** have conceded eight goals in a league match.
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BBC News withGaenor Howells.

Libyan rebel leaders say they feared for the safety of up to 50,000 people taken prisoner by Colonel Gaddafi forces. They say there if the captives onto already dead, they might be trapped hidden underground bunkers. From Benghazi, Jon Leyne reports.

The opposition say they have kept accurate records of the many oppostion 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 their bodies may be unearthed in mass graves, close to prison such as the notorious Abu Salim in Tripoli, or almost it bad the prisoners could be trapped in a series of secret present bunkers hidden under the military bases and the farms or almost anywhere. And an urgent search has been conducted and the oppositions 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 site use by a brigade commanded by one of Colonel Gaddafi's sons. The BBC Orla Guerin has been there.

Inside the warehouse under were 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 and 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 authority say they'll dismiss charges against some of the demonstrators detain during months of anti-government protests by members of the Shiite majority. The country 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 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 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 pork 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 and we are hopeful for aviation traffic to begin the resume on Tuesday.'

World News from the BBC.

Members 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 frontrunner to success 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 has been a shock at the World Athletic Championships 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 happened.

Uasain Bolt has made a few errors in his brilliant career, but this will go down as a major blemish on his record. Victory appeared to be virtually guaranted, but this time, Usain Bolt massed up on the big stage. He kew immediately he'd left his starting blocks before the gun had fired. There is 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 the hands in frustration. His Jamaican compatriot Yohan Blake eventually took the goal 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 / . The scorer of the victory surprised even United manager, Alex Ferguson.  

' // you know, expect score / some many goals but when you see Arsenal's team so weakened, we had expected to score. And they to win because it was very, very we / team. And now some today. You know, as some / for them.'(完全听不到说啥。。。。)

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

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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-29

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Libyan rebel leadersay they fear for the safety of up to 50,000 people, taken prisoner by ColonelQaddafi’s forces. They said if the captive that under already dead they mightbe trapped in hitting underground bankers. From Benghazi John Leyne reports.
The opposition saythey have capped accurate records as many opposition supporters smashed byColonel Qaddafi’s forces during months of demonstrations and fighting acrossthe country. Nearly 15,000 is still missing. The fears of their bodies may beunearth still in mass grieves close to the prison such as the notorious Abu Salemin Tripoli. All almost is bad the prison could be trapped in the series ofsecret bankers hit under military bases and farms almost anywhere, and urgentsearch is being conducted and the opposition have appealed to formal securityofficials to conford with any information that could help.
The rebel authoritiesin Libya say they are trying to identify about 50 charged bodies found in the burnout away house such as military base outside the capital Tripoli. The remainingwere discovered at a site used by a brute gate commanded by one of ColonelQaddafi’s sons the BBC’s Orla Guerin has been being there.
Inside the warehouse undera steel smoldering roof we saw the charge remains of dozens of bodies, somewere a little more than skeletons, they were killed on Tuesday and died in daysof the regime. The more bodies were on the ground outside a rope still attachedto a man’ feet, and an old man ? wept in the doorway. He told us he managed toescape from the warehouse but without his three sons.
The Bahraini authorities saythey will dismiss charges against some of the demonstrators detained during monthsof anti-government protests by members of ? majority. The country king Hamardmade the announcement in the international broadcast. Hundreds of people havebeen arrested since the protests began in February.
More than 300,000people have been allowed back home in New York after they were ordered toevacuate the city in low line areas in the pass of powerful storm. Hurricane Irenenow downgraded caused the excessive damage along the US east sea board, butweakened by the time it reached New York City.  Fears of extensive flooding have receded andthe New York Stoke Exchanges have opened formal on Monday. But public transportsand flights from the city’s main airports remain suspended while officialassess damage. Chris ?is executive director of New York support authority.
Travellers that service will notreserving today, and if anything you should pay attention for potential beginnings of service late tomorrow afternoon, abasewe are hopeful for aviation traffic to begin to resume on Tuesday.
World news from theBBC
Members of parliamentfrom Japan governing Democratic Party are meeting in a few hours to vote forthe country’s sixth new prime minister in just five years. Japan’s trademinister Banri Kaieda has considered the front runner to succeed NaotoKan who announced his resignation on Friday. However none of the candidatesis thought to likely to secure enough support on the first ballot and run off fortiesis expected.  
There's been a shock at the World that AthleticsChampionships in South Korea, with the world record holder Usain Boltdisqualified from the final of the 100m after a fall start. Alex Capstickwatched it happen.
Usain Bolt has made few areas in his brilliant career, but this will go down asa major blemish on his record. Victory are paid to be virtually guaranteed, butthis time, Usain Bolt massed up on a big stage. He knew immediately he'd lefthis starting blocks before the gun had fired. There's no second chancenowadays. For once the great entertainer was visibly angry. His shirt hadalready been flung to the ground before he left the track, banging his headwith his hands in frustration. His Jamaican compatriot Yohan Blake eventuallytook the gold medal, but this world championship final will be remembered forthe man who didn't start.

In football the English Premier league has seen one of its mostsurprising scholars for yearswith the champions Manchester united beating Arsenal by eight goals to two atall trafort. The scale of the victory surprised even United manager AlexFerguson.
When you pray for Arsenal, you don't expect to win ?some of the goals, when you see Arsenal's team is so weak, we had expected to this score andthis is expected us to win because it was a  very, very weak team. AndArsenal may be ? eight ? today. You know, ? for them.
It's the first time since 1896 that Arsenal have conceded eight goals in a leaguematch.
BBC News.


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BBC News with G.H.
Libyan rebel leaders say they fear for the safety of up to 50000 people taken prisoner by Colonel Gaddafi’s force. They say if the captives aren’t already dead, they might be trapped and hidden in underground bunkers.
From B, J.L. reports
The opposition say they have capped accurate record of the many opposition supporters smashed by Colonel Gaddafi’s forces during months of demonstrations and fighting across the country.
Nearly 15 thousand are still missing. The fear is that their bodies maybe on the unearthed massive graves close to prisoners such as the notorious A in Tripoli or almost the prisoner be trapped in a series of secret of prisoner’s bunkers hidden on the military bases, on the farms, almost anywhere. An urgent search is being conducted and the opposition has appealed to former security officials to come forward with information that could help. The rebel authority in Libya says they are trying to identify about 15 charred bodies found in the burned- out warehouse, such a military base outside capital Tripoli. The remains were discovered at a site used by a brigade, commanded by one of Colonel Gaddafi’s sons.
The BBC O.G. has been there.
Inside the warehouse under a still smoldering roof, we saw the charred remains of dozens of bodies, some of 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 F.A. wept in the doorway, he said he managed to escape from the warehouse, but without his three sons. The B authorities say they will dismiss charges against some of the demonstrators, detained during months of anti-government protests by members of the sheer majority. The country’s S.K. made an announcement in the international broadcast. Hundreds of people have been arrested since the protests began in February.
More than 300 thousand people have been allowed by C Irene, they were ordered to evacuate the city’s low lining areas in the pass of powerful storm. Hurricane Irene now downgraded, caused extensive damage along the eastern US sea board, but weakened by T to New York City. Fears of extensive flooding have receded; New York Stock Exchanges has opened as normal on Monday. But public transports and flights from cities’ main airports remains suspended while officials assess damage, C is executive director of New York Support Authority. I need to caution travellers that services will not be resume today and if anything you should pay attention for, potential beginnings of service late tomorrow afternoon and we are help for aviation traffic to begin to resume on Tuesday.
World news from the BBC
Members of parliament from Japan’s governing democratic parties are meeting in a few hours to vote for the country’s 6th new prime minister in just 5 years. Japanese Trade Minister, B,K, he is considered the front runner to succeed N, who announced his resignation from Friday. However none of the candidates is thought likely to security 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 world record holder, L, disqualified from the final of the 100 meters after a fool start.
A.C. watched it happen
U.B has made few errors in his brilliant career, but this time U’s boat messed up on the big stage. He knew immediately he has left his 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 J compatriot Y.B. had eventually taken the gold medal. But this world championship final will be remembered for the man who didn’t start.
In the football match of English Premier League has seen its most surprising score line for years with the champions Manchester United beating Arsenal by 8 goals by 2 in Old Trafford. The scale of the victory surprised United manager, Alex Ferguson, when you play Arsenal, you know it’s ? score some of the rules but when you see Arsenal’s team is weaken, we are expected to win because it’s a very very weak team and Arsenal maybe ? players today, you know, some flush for them. It’s the first time since 1896 that Arsenal have conceded 8 goals in league match.
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BBC News with Gaenor Howells.

Lybian rebel leaders say they fear for the safety of up to 50,000 people taken prisoner by Colonel Gadaffi's forces.They say if the the captives aren't already dead,they might be trapped in hidden underground bunkers.From Banghazi ,John reports.

The opposition say they have kept accurate records of the many oppositon supporters snatched by Colonel Gadaffi's forces during months of demonstrations and fighting across the coutry.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 and 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 ouside the Capital Tripoli.The remians 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 face.An old man wepted 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 an international announcement in the national broadcast.Hundreds of peole have been arrested since the protests began in Feburary.

More than 300,000 people have been allowed back home in NY after they were ordered to evacuate the city's low-lying areas in the pass of the powerful storm.Hurricane Irene,now down graded,caused extensive damage along the eastern US seaboard but had weakened by the time it reached NY city.Fears of extensive flooding have receded and the NY stock exchangesill open as normal on Monday.But public transport and flights from the city's main airports remain suspended,while offcial assess damage.Chris Ward is executive director of NY'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, we're hopeful for aviation traffic to begin to 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 Colonel Gaddafi's forces. They say that if the captives are not already dead, they might be trapped in hidden underground bunkers. From Benghazi, John Leyne reports.

They 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 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 or almost anywhere. An urgent search is being conducted and the oppositions 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 smouldering 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 bodies on the ground outside, a rope still attached to one man's feet. A old man, Fattal Abdullah wept in the doorway. He told us he managed to escape from the warehouse, but without his three sons.

The Bahrainy authorities 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 Sunny 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 are being allowed back home in New York after they were ordered to evacuate the city's low line 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. Christopher  Ward s 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. We will hope 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 5 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 has been a shock at the World Athletic Championships in South Korea where the world record holder Usain Bolt disqualified from the final of the 100-meters 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 massed up on a big stage. He knew immediately he'd left his starting blocks before the gun had fired. There is no second change nowadays. For once, the great entertainer was visibly angry. His shirt had already been flown 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 8 goals to 2 at Old Trafford. The scale of victory surprised even United's manager Alex Ferguson(sympathy...).

When you play Arsenal, you don't expect to score some honor goals, but when you see Arsenal's team is so weakened that we actually expect to score. And you expect to win because it was a very very weakened team and Arsenal may be missing its players today. You know, it sounds unfortunate for them. ( I hate Scottish..)

It's the first time since 1896 that Arsenal have conceded 8 goals in a League match.

BBC News.
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BBC news with Geanord Hallows
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, John Leyne reports.

The oppositions 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 Absalom in Tripoli. Or almost as bad, the prisoners might be trapped in a series of underground bunkers hidden under military bases and 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 burnt-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 Gaddafi’s sons. The BBC’s / 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 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 authorities 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 it began in February.

More than 30,000 people have been allowed back home after they were ordered to evacuate the city’s low-lying areas of New York City in the path of a powerful storm. Hurricane Irene, now downgraded, caused extensive damage along the eastern U.S. 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 airlines from the city’s main airport remained suspended while officials assessed the 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 that if anything you should pay attention for, potential beginnings of service late tomorrow afternoon. At best, we are hopeful for aviation travel 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 is considered the frontrunner 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 has been a shock at the athletic championships in South Korea with the world-record holder Usain Bolt disqualified from the final of the 100 metres after a false start. Alex Capstic watched it happen.

Usain Bolt has made few errors in his brilliant career that this will go down as a major blemish on his record. Victory appeared to be virtually guaranteed. But this time, you are saying 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 hand 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 football, the English premier league has seen one of its most surprising score lines in years with the champion Manchester United beating Arsenal by 8 goals to 2 at Watfield. The scale of the victory even surprised the united manager, Alex   .

You know, expletively, score is someone that goes… But when you see Arsenal’s team was so weak indeed, we hadn’t expected the score. And I’ve expected this to win because it is a very, very weak team. And Arsenal maybe listened to the poised today. You know, it’s 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 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 said 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. 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 3 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 U.S. seaboard but it weakened by the time it reached New York City. Fears of extensive in flooding have receded, and 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 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 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 5 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 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 score lines 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 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 had conceded 8 goals in a league match.
        BBC News.
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