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BBC News with Marion Marshall

The British government says the United Nations has agreed to release $1.5bn worth of Libyan money held in British banks to help with emergency humanitarian aid in Libya and restore confidence in the economy. The Libyan notes, which were frozen under UN sanctions, will be delivered to the Central Bank of Libya as soon as possible. Here's Gary O'Donoghue.

UN Security Council resolution 1970, freezing Libyan assets, is still in place, and negotiations are continuing in New York to unwind it. But in the meantime, countries can apply to the sanctions committee to release amounts of money to assist with what it called basic expenses. So of the $18bn worth of Libyan assets held in Britain, the government has been allowed by the UN to release $1.5bn to the National Transitional Council in Tripoli. The Foreign Secretary William Hague said the money would help address the urgent humanitarian need, instil confidence in the banking sector, pay the salaries of key public sector workers and free up liquidity in the economy.

The US has imposed new sanctions on three top Syrian government officials in what the State Department said was an attempt to further tighten the noose on President Bashar al-Assad's inner circle. It follows a violent end to the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in which at least seven people were shot dead in protests across Syria.

Russia's state-owned oil company Rosneft and the United States energy giant Exxon Mobil have announced a strategic deal to jointly explore and develop oil and gas reserves under the sea in the Arctic. More from our economics correspondent Andrew Walker.

The two companies are planning to put a total of over $3bn into exploration of the Arctic Ocean and the Black Sea. Rosneft gets access to Exxon Mobil's expertise and capital; the US company extends its position in Russia, which is widely seen as a key location for future oil and gas production. The Arctic elements in the agreement replaced the deal between Rosneft and BP that failed earlier this year over a dispute with the British company's other Russian partner.

The authorities in Sudan have denied allegations by international human rights groups that they are continuing aerial bombardments of civilians in the province of South Kordofan. Human rights researchers said they saw Sudanese planes bombing what appeared to be civilian areas. James Copnall reports from South Sudan.

A spokesman for President Omar al-Bashir's National Congress Party has categorically denied the Sudanese armed forces are breaking their own ceasefire in Southern Kordofan. Ibrahim Ghandour accused the rebels of continuing the fighting, saying the government troops were acting in self-defence. He rejected reports that the Sudanese armed forces were indiscriminately bombing civilians or stopping the flow of humanitarian aid to people in need. Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch say they have documented air attacks that killed at least 26 civilians in Southern Kordofan before the ceasefire.

World News from the BBC

Bolivia's Supreme Court has sentenced five former senior military officers in connection with the killing of almost 60 people during protests in 2003. They'll serve between 10 and 15 years in prison. The protesters were killed during demonstrations against the export of natural gas to the United States. A BBC correspondent says this is the first civilian trial of military officials in Bolivia accused of human rights to reach a conclusion.

Some of Sweden's main newspapers have announced a temporary shutdown of their previously unrestricted online comment pages while they are overhauled to prevent hate speech. The move was prompted by some of the responses to the killings in Norway last month. Here's Mike Sanders.

Up to now, Swedish readers have been able to log on to the newspapers' comment pages using pseudonyms or nicknames. Some overtly praised Anders Behring Breivik for killing 77 people, endorsing his views about what he called the Islamisation of Europe. Now contributors will have to use their Facebook or other social networking accounts to access comment pages run by three of the top newspapers. Editors admit it won't be entirely foolproof - mischief-makers could set up bogus accounts - but they think it will weed out most racist and other anti-social opinions.

The Israeli army says it's training Jewish settlers in the West Bank to repel violent protests in anticipation of unrest by Palestinians when they make a bid for separate statehood at the United Nations next month. The military said local forces were being prepared to deal with what it called "any possible scenario", although settler officials denied they were being given tear gas and stun grenades.

Rescue workers in the eastern United States are airlifting food and water to towns cut off by flooding after up to 40cm of torrential rain fell in the wake of Hurricane Irene. Officials say several hundred roads and many bridges across Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Vermont remain closed. The governor of New York state said he would ask for federal assistance.

BBC News


latonars在 整理的生词:
instil [confidence/fear/discipline etc] in(to) sth 慢慢灌输 to add something to a situation

noose n. 束缚 something that restrains, binds, or traps

categorically [deny/refuse etc sth] adv. 断然 in such a sure and certain way that there is no doubt

pseudonym n. 假名, 笔名 an invented name that a writer, artist etc uses instead of their real name

overtly adv. 公然地 in an overt manner

foolproof adj. (方法、计划、系统等设计得)万无一失的 a foolproof method, plan, system etc is certain to be successful

mischief-maker n. 挑拨离间的人, 搬弄是非的人 someone who deliberately causes trouble or quarrels

weed out sth 清除 to get rid of people or things that are not very good

do sth in anticipation of sth to do something because you expect something to happen

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BBC News with Marion Marshall

The British government says the United Nations has agreed to release $1.5bn worth of Libyan money held in British banks to help with the emergency humanitarian aid in Libya and restore confidence in the economy. The Libyan notes, which were frozen under UN sanctions, will be delivered to the central bank of Libya as soon as possible. Here’s Gary O'Donoghue.

UN Security Council Resolution 1970 freezing Libyan assets is still in place and negotiations are continuing in New York to unwind it. But in the meantime, countries can apply to the sanctions committee to release amounts of money to assist with what it calls basic expenses. So of the $18bn worth of Libyan assets held in Britain, the government has been allowed by the UN to release $1.5bn to the National Transitional Council in Tripoli. The Foreign Secretary William Hague said the money would help address with the urgent humanitarian need and still confidence in the banking sector, pay the salaries of public workers and free up liquidity in the economy.

The US has imposed sanctions on three top Syrian government officials in what the State Department said was an attempt to further tighten the noose on President Bashar al-Assad’s inner circle. It follows a violent end to the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in which at least seven people were shot dead in protests across Syria.

Russia’s state and oil company Rosneft and United States energy giant Exxon Mobil have announced a strategic deal to jointly explore and develop oil and gas reserves under the sea in the Arctic. More from our economics correspondent Andrew Walker.

The two companies are planning to put a total of over $3bn into explorations of the Arctic Ocean and the Black Sea. Rosneft gets access to Exxon Mobil’s expertise and capital; the US company extends its position in Russia, which is widely seen as a key location for future oil and gas production. The Arctic elements in the agreement replaced the deal between Rosneft and BP that failed earlier this year over a dispute with the British company’s other Russian partner.

The authorities in Sudan have denied allegations by international human rights groups that they are continuing aerial bombardments of civilians in the province of South Kordofan. Human rights researchers said they saw Sudanese planes bombing what appeared to be civilian areas. James Copnall reports from South Sudan.

A spokesman for President Omar al-Bashir’s National Congress Party has categorically denied the Sudanese armed forces are breaking their own ceasefire in Southern Kordofan. Ibrahim Ghandur accused the rebels of continuing the fighting, saying the government troops were acting in self-defence. He rejected reports that the Sudanese armed forces were indiscriminately bombing civilians or stopping the flow of humanitarian aid to people in need. Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch say they have documented air attacks that killed at least 26 civilians in Southern Kordofan before the ceasefire.

World News from the BBC

Bolivian Supreme Court has sentenced five former senior military officers in connection with the killing of almost 60 people during protests in 2003. They’ll serve between 10 and 15 years in prison. The protesters were killed during demonstrations against the export of natural gas to the United States. A BBC correspondent says this is the first civilian trial of military officials in Bolivia accused of human rights to reach a conclusion.

Some of Sweden’s main newspapers have announced a temporary shut-down of their previously unrestricted online comment pages via their overhaul to prevent hate speech. The move was prompted by some of the responses to the killings in Norway last month. Here’s Mike Sanders.

Up to now Swedish readers have been able to log on to the newspapers’ comment pages using Sweden names and nicknames. Some overtly praised Anders Behring Breivik for killing 77 people, endorsing his views about what he called the “Islamisation of Europe”. Now contributors will have to use their Facebook or other social networking accounts to access comment pages run by three of the top newspapers. Editors admitted while being entirely full approve, mischief makers could set up bogus accounts, but they think it will wade out most racist and other anti-social opinions.

The Israeli army says it’s training Jewish settlers in the West Bank to repel violent protests in anticipation of unrest by Palestinians when they are making a bid to a separate statehood to the United Nations next month. The military said local forces were being prepared to deal with what it called any possible scenario, although settler officials denied they were being given tear gas and stun grenades.  

Rescue workers in the eastern United States are airlifting food and water to towns cut off by flooding after up to 40 centimetres of torrential rain fell in the wake of Hurricane Irene. Officials say several hundred roads and many bridges across Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Fairmont remain closed. The governor of New York State said he would ask for federal assistance.

BBC News
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BBC News with Marion Marshall
The British government says Untied Nations has agreed to release 1.5 billion dollars worth of Libyan money held in British banks to help an emergency humanitarian aid in Libya and restore confidence in the economy. The Libyan notes, which were frozen under the UN sanctions, would be delivered to the Central Bank of Libya as soon as possible. Here is Gary O'donoghue.
UN Security Council resolution 1970 freezing Libyan assets is still in place. And negotiations are continuing in New York to unwind it. But in the meantime, countries catalyze to the sanction's committee to release amounts of money to assist what it called basic expenses. So of the 18 billion dollars worth of Libyan assets held in Britain, the government has been allowed by the UN to release $1.5 billion to the National Transitional Council in Tripoli. The Foreign Secretary William Hague said the money would help address the urgent humanitarian need in still confidence in the banking sector, pay the salaries of the key public sector workers and fuel up equality in the economy.
The US says it imposed new sanctions on three top Syrian government officials in what the State Department said was an attempt to further tighten the news on President Bashar al-Assad in the circle. It follows a violent end to the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in which at least seven people were shot dead in protests across Syria.
Russia state owned oil company Rosneft and the United States energy giant Exxon Mobil have announced a strategic deal to jointly explore and develop oil and gas reserves under the sea in the Arctic. More from our economic correspondent Andrew Walker.
The two companies are managing to put totally over 3 billion dollars into exploration of the Arctic Ocean in the Black Sea. Rosneft gets access to Exxon Mobil expertise and capital the US company extends its position in Russia which is widely seen as a key location for future oil and gas production. The Arctic elements in an agreement replaced the deal between Rosneft and BP which failed early this year over dispute with the British company's other Russian partner.
The authorities in Sudan have denied allegations by International Human Rights groups that continuing aerial bombardments of civilians in the province of South Kordofan. Human right researchers said they saw Sudanese planes bombing what appeared to be civilian areas. James Copnall reports from South Sudan.
The spokesman for President Omar Al-Bashir's National Congress Party has categorically denied the Sudanese armed forces are breaking their own cease fire in southern Kordofan.  Ibrahim Ghandour accused the rebels of continuing the fighting, saying the government troops were acting in self-defense. He rejected reports that Sudanese armed forces were indiscriminately bombing civilians or stopping the flow of humanitarian aid to people in need. Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch say they have document in air attacks that killed at least 26 civilians in southern Kordofan before the ceasefire.
World News from the BBC
Bolivia supreme court has sentenced five former senior military officers in connection with the killing of almost 60 people during protests in 2003. They'll serve between 10 and 15 years in prison. Protesters were killed during demonstrations against the export of natural gas to the United States. A BBC correspondent says it is the first civilian trial of military officials in Bolivia accused of human rights to reach conclusion.
Some Sweden's main newspapers have announced temporary shutdown of their previously unrestricted online comment pages while they'll overhaul to prevent heat speech. The move was promoted by some of the responses to the killings in Norway last month. Here is Mark Sanders.
Up to now, Swedish readers have been able log on to the newspapers' comment pages using / names and nicknames. Some overtly praised Anders Breivik  for killing 77 people endorsing his views about what he called the Islamization of Europe. Now contributors will have use their facebook or other social networking accounts to access common pages run by free of the top newspapers. Editor's admit will be entirely photo proof. mischief makers could set up bogus accounts. But they think it will wade out most races than other anti-social opinions.
The Israeli army says it is training Jewish settlers in the West Bank to repel violent protests in an anticipation unrest by Palestinians when they make a bid for separate state to the United Nations next month. The military said the local forces were being prepared to deal with what it called any possible scenario. Although settler officials denied they were being given tear gas and stun grenades.
Rescue workers in the eastern Untied States are airlifting food and water to towns cut off by flooding after up to 40cm of torrential rain fell in the wake of hurricane Irene. Officials say several hundreds of roads and many bridges across Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Vermont remain closed. The governor of New York state(city) said he would ask for federal assistance.
BBC News.
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BBC News with Marion Marshall                                                   
  The British government said the UN has agreed to release one and half billion dollars which was Libyan money held in British banks to help the emergency humanitarian in Libya and restore the confidence of their economy. Libyan notes frozen under UN * will be delivered to the central bank of Libya as soon as possible. Here is Garray Dona*.
  UN Security resolution 1970 freezing Libyan assets is still in place. And the negotiation is continuing in NY *. But the mean time county comply with the thanks to release the money to assist the basic expenses. So, * 18 billion dollars was Libyan assets held in Britain the government has been allowed by the UN to release a billion half to National Transitional Council in Tripoli. Foreign Secretary William Hey said the money will help to address the urgent humanitarian need * confidence of banking sector,Pay the salary of key public sector workers and free up the equality of the economy.
  The US impose new *(?) on three top Syrian government officials. The state department said it was attempted to further tighten news on president Assad in the cycle. It followed a violence(?) on Muslim * on Ramadan in which seven people were shot dead in protest across Syria.
  Russian state oil company * and US state energy giant * has announced the strategic deal to jointly explore and develop oil gas reservoirs under the sea in Arctic. more for economy correspondent Andrew Walker.
  Two companies are planning to put total over three billion dollars in * and * in the black sea. *, * US company extended the position in Russia he is wildly seen as a key location for further gas production. The * * has agreement replace the deal between * and BP. But failed earlier this year over dispute with British companies other Russian partner.
  The authority Sudan has denied delegations by International Human Right Groups they continuing area ban bomb in civilians in the province *. Human right said they saw Sudanese playing bombing appear to be in civilian areas. James * reports from south Sudan. The spokesman of president - national congress party has * denied the Sudanese arm-forces breaking their own seize fire in *. * accused the rebel of continuing the fighting say the government troops truly reacting self-defense. he rejected to report the Sudanese armed forces were * bombing civilians or stopping the flow humanitarian aid to people need. An international human rights watch say * they documented area tanks killed at least 26 civilian in (*) before seize fire.
World News From the BBC.

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BBC News with Marion Marshall

The British government says the United Nations has agreed to release $1.5bn worth of Libyan money held in British banks to help with \ emergency humanitarian aid in Libya and restore confidence in the economy. The Libyan notes, which were frozen under UN sanctions, will be delivered to the Central Bank of Libya as soon as possible. Here’s Gary O'Donoghue.

UN Security Council Resolution 1970 freezing Libyan assets is still in place and negotiations are continuing in New York to unwind it. But in the meantime, countries can apply to the sanctions committee to release amounts of money to assist with what it called basic expenses. So of the $18bn worth of Libyan assets held in Britain, the government has been allowed by the UN to release $1.5bn to the National Transitional Council in Tripoli. The Foreign Secretary William Hague said the money would help address \ the urgent humanitarian need, instill confidence in the banking sector, pay the salaries of key public sector workers and free up liquidity in the economy.

The US has imposed new sanctions on three top Syrian government officials in what the State Department said was an attempt to further tighten the noose on President Bashar al-Assad’s inner circle. It follows a violent end to the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in which at least seven people were shot dead in protests across Syria.

Russia’s state-owned oil company Rosneft and the United States energy giant Exxon Mobil have announced a strategic deal to jointly explore and develop oil and gas reserves under the sea in the Arctic. More from our economics correspondent Andrew Walker.

The two companies are planning to put a total of over $3bn into exploration\ of the Arctic Ocean and the Black Sea. Rosneft gets access to Exxon Mobil’s expertise and capital; the US company extends its position in Russia, which is widely seen as a key location for future oil and gas production. The Arctic elements in the agreement replaced the deal between Rosneft and BP that failed earlier this year over a dispute with the British company’s other Russian partner.

The authorities in Sudan have denied allegations by international human rights groups that they are continuing aerial bombardments of civilians in the province of South Kordofan. Human rights researchers said they saw Sudanese planes bombing what appeared to be civilian areas. James Copnall reports from South Sudan.

A spokesman for President Omar al-Bashir’s National Congress Party has categorically denied the Sudanese armed forces are breaking their own ceasefire in Southern Kordofan. Ibrahim Ghandur accused the rebels of continuing the fighting, saying the government troops were acting in self-defence. He rejected reports that the Sudanese armed forces were indiscriminately bombing civilians or stopping the flow of humanitarian aid to people in need. Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch say they have documented air attacks that killed at least 26 civilians in Southern Kordofan before the ceasefire.

World News from the BBC

Bolivia's Supreme Court has sentenced five former senior military officers in connection with the killing of almost 60 people during protests in 2003. They’ll serve between 10 and 15 years in prison. The protesters were killed during demonstrations against the export of natural gas to the United States. A BBC correspondent says this is the first civilian trial of military officials in Bolivia accused of human rights to reach a conclusion.

Some of Sweden’s main newspapers have announced a temporary shut-down of their previously unrestricted online comment pages while they are overhauled to prevent hate speech. The move was prompted by some of the responses to the killings in Norway last month. Here’s Mike Sanders.

Up to now Swedish readers have been able to log on to the newspapers’ comment pages using pseudonyms or nicknames. Some overtly praised Anders Behring Breivik for killing 77 people, endorsing his views about what he called the “Islamisation of Europe”. Now contributors will have to use their Facebook or other social networking accounts to access comment pages run by three of the top newspapers. Editors admit\ it won't be entirely fool-proof, mischief makers could set up bogus accounts, but they think it will read out most racist and other anti-social opinions.

The Israeli army says it’s training Jewish settlers in the West Bank to repel violent protests in anticipation of unrest by Palestinians when they \ make\ a bid for \ separate statehood at the United Nations next month. The military said local forces were being prepared to deal with what it called any possible scenario, although settler officials denied they were being given tear gas and stun grenades.  

Rescue workers in the eastern United States are airlifting food and water to towns cut off by flooding after up to 40 centimetres of torrential rain fell in the wake of Hurricane Irene. Officials say several hundred roads and many bridges across Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Vermont remain closed. The governor of New York State said he would ask for federal assistance.

BBC News
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BBC news with Marion Marshall
The British government says the United Nations has agreed to release 1.5 million dollars worth of Libyan money held in British banks to help with emergency humanitarian aid in Libya and restore confidence in the economy.The Libyan notes ,which were frozen on the UN sanctions,will be delivered to the central bank of Libya as soon as possible.Here's Gary O'Donoghue.
UN security council resolution 1970 freezing Libyan assets is still in place. The negotiations are continuing in New York to unwind it.But in the meantime, countries can apply to the sanctions committee to release some amounts of money to assist what it called basic expenses. So of the 18 billion dollars worth of Libyan money held in Britain .The government has been allowed by the UN to release 1.5 million to the National Transitional Council in Tripoli.Foreign secretary William Hague said the money would help address the urgent humanitarian need ,instill confidence in the banking sector,pay the salaries of key public sector workers and free up liquidity in the economy.
The US has imposed new sanctions on three top Syrian government officials in what State Department said was new attempt to further tighten the noose on president Bashar Al-Assad's inner circle.It follows a violent end to the Muslim Holy Month of Ramadan, in which at least 3 people were shot dead in protests across Syria.
Russia's state-owned oil company Rosneft and the United States energy giant Exxon Mobil have announced a strategic deal to jointly explore and develop oil and gas reserves under the sea in the Arctic. More from our economics correspondent Andrew Walker.
The two companies are planning to put a total of over 3 billion dollars into exploration of the Arctic ocean and the Black Sea. Rosneft gets access to the Exxon Mobil's expertise and capital. The US company extends its position in Russia,which is widely seen as a key future location for oil and gas production. The Arctic elevens in the agreement replaced the deal between Rosneft and BP,which failed earlier this year over a dispute with the British company's other Russian partners.
The authorities in Sudan have denied allegations by international human rights groups that are continuing area bombardments of civilians in the province of south Kordofan. Human rights researchers said they saw Sudanese planes bombing what appeared to be civilian areas. James Copnall reports from South Sudan.
A spokesman for president Omar al-Bashir's national congress party, has categorically denied the Sudanese armed forces are breaking their own ceasefire in southern Kordofan. Ibrahim Ghandur accused the rebels of continuing the fighting ,saying the government troops were acting itself in defense. He rejected reports that the Sudanese armed forces were indiscriminally bombing civilians or stopping the flow of humanitarian aid to people in need. As international human rights watch say they have documented air attacks that killed at least 26 civilians in southern Kordofan before the ceasefire.
World news from the BBC.
Bolivia Supreme Court has sentenced 5 former senior military officers in connection with the killing of almost 60 people during protests in 2003.They'll serve between 10 and 15 years in prison. Protestors were killed during demonstrations against the export of natural gas to the United States.A BBC correspondent says this is the first civilian trial of military officials in Bolivia accused of human rights to reach a conclusion.
Some of Sweden's main newspapers have announced a temporary shutdown of their previously unrestricted online comment pages while they overhauled to prevent hate speech.The move was prompted by  some of the responses to the killings in Norway last month. Here's Mike Sanders.
Up to now, Swedish readers have been able to log on to the newspapers' comment pages using pseudonyms or nicknames. Some overtly praised Anders Behring Breivik for killing 77 people ,endorsing his views about what he called the Islamization of Europe. Now ,contributors will have to ues their Facebook or other social networking account to access comment pages run by 3 of the top newspapers.Editors admitted while being entirely full approved, mischief makers could set up bogus accounts. But they think it will weed out most racists and other anti-social opinions.
The Israeli army says it's training Jewish settlers in the west bank to repel violent protests in anticipation of unrest by palestinians when they make a bid for separate statehood of the United Nations next month. The military said the local forces were being prepared to deal with what it called any possible scenario, although settler officials denied they were being given teargas and stun grenades.
Rescue workers in the eastern United States are airlifting food and water to towns cut off by flooding after up to 40 centimeters of torrential rain fell in the wake of hurricane Irene.Officials say several hundred roads,many bridges acroos Connecticut, New Jersey ,New York and Vermont remain closed.The governor of New York state said he would ask for federal assistance.
BBC news.

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2011-8-31
BBC news with Marian Marshall

The British government says the United Nations has agreed to release 1.5 million worth of Libyan money held in British banks to help with emergency and humanitarian aid in Libya and restore confidence in the economy. The Libyan notes, which were frozen under UN sanctions, will be delivered to Libyan central bank as soon as possible.

UN Security Council Resolution 1970 freezing Libyan assets is still in place. And negotiations are continuing in New York  /. But in the meantime, countries can apply to the sanctions committee to release amounts of money to assist what it called basic expenses. So of the 18-billion dollars worth of Libyan assets held in Britain, the government has been allowed by the UN to release 1.5billion to the national transitional council in Tripoli. Foreign Secretary William Hague said the money would help address the urgent humanitarian need, instill confidence in the banking sector, pay the salaries of key public sector workers and free up liquidity in the economy.

The US has imposed new sanctions on three top Syrian government officials in what the State Department said was an attempt to further tighten the news on President Assad in a circle. It follows a violent end to the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in which at least seven people were shot dead in protests across Syria.  

Russia state-owned oil company Rosneft and the United States energy giant Exxon Mobil have announced a strategic deal to jointly explore and develop oil and gas reserves under the sea in the Arctic. More from our economics correspondent Andrew Walker

The two companies are planning to put a total of over three billion dollars into exploration of the Arctic Ocean and the Black Sea. Rosneft get access to Exxon Mobil’s expertise in the capital, the US company extends its position in Russia which is widely seen as a key location for future oil and gas production. The Arctic elements in the agreement replaced the deal between / and BP, who’d failed earlier this year over a dispute with the British company’s other Russian partner.

The authorities in Sudan have denied allegations by International Human Rights Groups that they are continuing area bombardments of civilians in the province of south / . Human Rights researchers said they saw airplanes bombing what appeared to be civilian areas. James Coppner reports from South Sudan.

The spokesman for President Alma Al-Bashir’s National Congress Party has categorically denied the Sudanese armed forces are breaking their own ceasefire in southern /. He / accused the rebels of continuing the fighting, saying the government troops were acting in self-defense. He rejected reports that the Sudanese armed forces were indiscriminately bombing civilians or stopping the flow of humanitarian aid to people in need. Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, said they have documented air attacks that killed at least 26 civilians in southern / before the ceasefire.

World News from the BBC

Bolivian Supreme Court has sentenced five former senior military officers in connection with the killing of almost 60 people during protests in 2003. They’ll serve between 10 and 15 years in prison. Protesters were killed during demonstrations against the export of natural gas to the United States. A British correspondent says this is the first civilian trial of military officials in Bolivia accused of human rights to reach a conclusion.

Some of Sweden’s main newspapers have announced a temporary shut-down of their previously unrestricted online comment pages while they are overhauled to prevent hate speech. The move was prompted by some of the responses to the killings in Norway last month. Here is Mike Sandors.

Up to now, Swedish readers have been able to log on to newspaper’s comment pages using sued names and nicknames. Some overtly praised and spelling / for killing of 77 people, endorsing his views about what he called the lslamization of Europe. Now, contributors will have to use their facebook or other social networking accounts to access comment pages run by free of the top newspapers. Editors admit it won’t be entirely fooled proof. Mr / could set up bogus accounts. But they think it will weed out most races and other anti-social opinions.

The Israeli army says it’s training Jewish settlers in the West Bank to repel violent protests in anticipation of unrest by Palestinians when they make a bid for separate statehood of the United Nations next month. The military said local forces were being prepared to deal with what it called any possible scenario although settler officials denied they were being given tear gas and stun grenades.

Rescue workers in the eastern United States are airlifting food and water to towns cut off by flooding after up to 40-centimetre torrential rain fell in the wake of hurricane Irene. Officials say several hundred roads and bridges across New Jersey, Connecticut and Vermont were closed. The governor of the New York state said he’ll ask for federal assistance.

BBC news
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BBC News with Marion Marshall

The British government says the United Nations has agreed to release $1.5bn worth of Libyan money held in British banks to help with emergency humanitarian aid in Libya and restore confidence in the economy. The Libyan notes, which were frozen under UN sanctions, will be delivered to the Central Bank of Libya as soon as possible. Here's Gary O'donoghue.
UN Security Council resolution 1970 freezing Libyan assets is till in place, and negotiations are continuing in New York to unwind it. But in the meantime, countries * to the sanctions committee to release amounts of money to assist what it called "basic expenses". So of the $18bn worth of Libyan assets held in Britain, the government has been allowed by the UN to release $1.5bn to the National Transitional Council in Tripoli. The Foreign Secretary William Hague said the money would help address the urgent humanitarian need, instill confidence in the banking sector, pay the salaries of key public sector workers and free up liquidity in the economy.

The US has imposed new sanctions on three top Syrian government officials in what the state department said was an attempt to further tighten the noose on President Bashar al-Assad's inner circle. It follows a violent end to the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in which at least seven people were shot dead in protests across Syria.

Russia's state-owned oil company Rosneft and the United State's energy giant Exxon Mobil have announced a strategic deal to jointly explore and develop oil and gas reserves under the sea in the Arctic. More from our economics correspondent Andrew Walker.
The two companies are planning to put a total of over $3bn into exploration of the Arctic Ocean and the Black Sea. Rosneft gets access to Exxon Mobil's expertise and capital; the US company extends its position in Russia, which is widely seen as a key location for future oil and gas production. The Arctic elements in the agreement replace the deal between Rosneft and BP that failed earlier this year over a dispute with the British company's other Russian partner.

The authorities in Sudan have denied allegations by international human rights groups that they are continuing aerial bombardments of civilians in the province of South Kordofan. Human rights researchers said they saw Sudanese planes bombing what appeared to be civilian areas. James Copnall reports from South Sudan.
The spokesman for President Omar al-Bashir's National Congress Party has categorically denied the Sudanese armed forces are breaking their own ceasefire in southern Kordofan. Ibrahim Ghandour accused the rebels of continuing the fighting, saying the government troops were acting its self-defense. He rejected reports that the Sudanese armed forces were indiscriminately bombing civilians or stopping the flow of humanitarian aid to people in need. Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch say they have documented air attacks that killed at least 26 civilians in southern Kordofan before the ceasefire.

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Bolivia's Supreme Court has sentenced five former senior military officers in connection with the killing of almost 60 people during protests in 2003. They'll serve between 10 and 15 years in prison. The protesters were killed during demonstrations against the export of natural gas to the United States. A BBC correspondent says this is the first civilian trial of military officials in Bolivia accused of human rights to reach a conclusion.

Some of Sweden's main newspapers have announced a temporary shutdown of their previously unrestricted online comment pages while they are overhauled to prevent hate speech. The move was prompted by some of the responses to the killings in Norway last month. Here's Mike Sanders.
Up to now, Swedish readers have been able to log on to the newspapers' comment pages using * names and nicknames. Some overtly praised Anders Behring Breivik for killing 77 people, endorsing his views about what he called the "Islamization of Europe". Now contributors will have to use their Facebook or other social networking accounts to access comment pages run by free of the top newspapers. Editors admitted it won't be entirely full proof – mischief makers could set up bogus accounts – but they think it will weed out most racists and other anti-social opinions.

The Israeli army says it's training Jewish settlers in the west bank to repel violent protests in anticipation of unrest by Palestinians when they make a bid for separate statehood of the United Nations next month. The military said the local forces were being prepared to deal with what it called "any possible scenario", although settler official denied they were being given tear gas and stun grenades.

Rescue workers in the eastern United States are airlifting food and water to towns cut off by flooding after up to 40cm of torrential rain fell in the wake of Hurricane Irene. Officials say several hundred roads and many bridges across Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Vermont remain closed. The governor of New York State said he would ask for federal assistance.

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BBC News with x

The British government says the Unit Nations are agree to release one and half billion dollars worth to Libya money hold in British Bank , to help the emergency humanity aid in Libya and restore confidence economy.The Libya notes which was frozen in UN sanctions was delivered to central Libya bank as soon as possible.It's x.

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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-31

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BBC news with Merry Marshal.
The British government said the United Nations has agreed to release one and half billion dalllars worth of Libya money held in British banks to help emergency humanitarian aid in Libya and restore confidence in economy. The Libyan notes which were frozed under UN saction will be delivered to the central bank of Libya as soon as possible.

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The US has imposed new sactions on three top syrian government officials in what state palarment said an attempt further tight in the news on president Assad in the circle. It followes a violent end of Muslin Holly month of RD, in which at least 7 people were shot dead in protests across Syrian.

Russia state and oil company and United States energy giant have announced strategic deal to join explore and develop oil and gas reserves under the sea in the Arctic, more from our economic correspondent Andrew Walker.

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World news from BBC.

B supreme court has sentenced 5 former senior millitary officers in connection with killing almost 16 prople during protests in 2003. They will serve between ten and fifteen years in prison. Protesters were killed during demonstrations against export of natural gas to United States. A BBC correspondent says this was the first civilian trial of millitary official in Belivia, accused of human rights to reach conclusion.

Some of the Sweden' main newspapers have announced a temporary shut down of their previously unrestricted online coming pages while they are overhaul to prevent heat speachby. The move was prompted by some of the responses to the killings in Norway last month. Here's M S.

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The Israly army said it's training Jwish settlers in west bank to repell the violent protests, in anticipation of unrest by Palestanians when they make the bi** the seperate statehood of the United Nations next month. The millitay said local forces were prepared to deal with what they calledany possible senario, although settler official denied they have been gave tear gasand sturn grenades.

Rescue workers in easern United States airlifting food and water to towns of cut off by flooding, after up to 14 centermeters of torretial rain fell in the week of hurricane Ivine. Official say several hundreds roads and many briges across Connecticuts, New Jesey, New York and F remain closed. The governor of New York state said it was asking for federal  assistance.

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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-31

BBC news with Marion Mashal.

The British Government says the UN has agreed to release one and a half billion dollars worth of Libyan money held in British Banks to help emergency humanitarian aid in Libya and restore confidence in the economy. The Libyan notes which was frozen under UN sanction will be deliver to the central bank of Libya as soon as possible.It's *.

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The US has imposed new sanctions on three top Syrian government officials in what the state department said was attempt a further tighten in the news on president Bashar al-Assad in the circle. It followed a violent end of Muslim holy month of Ramadan in which at least 7 people were shot dead in the protest across Syria.

Russia state oil company * and the US energy giant Exxon Mobile have announced a stratigic deal to jointly-explore and develop oil and gas reserves under the sea in the Antarctica. More from our economic correspondent Andrew Walker.

The two companies are planning to put a total of over 3 billion dollars into exploration of the Antarctic ocean and the black sea. * gain texts to Exxon mobile expertise in capital. The US company extends its position in Russia. She's widely seen as a key location for future oil and gas production. The * said that the agreement replaced the deal between * and BP that failed earlier this year over a dispute over the British company's other Russian partner.

The authorites in Sudan have denied allegations by International Human Rights Groups their continuing airy bombardment of civilians in the province of *. Human rights researchers said that they saw Sudanese plains, bombing water appear to be civilian areas. James C reports from South Sudan.

The spokesman for president * National Congress Party has * denied that the Sudanese arm forces are breaking their own ceasefire in *. Ibriham accused the rebels of continuing the fighting saying the government were acting itself defence. He rejected reports that the Sudanese armed forces were indiscriminately bombing civilians or stopping the flow of humanitarian aid people in need. And the International UN Right Watch say they've documented air attacks that killed at least 16 civilians in * before the ceasefire.

World news from the BBC.

Bolivian Supreme Court has sentenced 5 former senior military officials in connection with killing almost 60 people druing the protest in 2003.They will serve 10-15 years in prison. Protestors were killed druing the demonstrations against the export of natinal gas to the US. Our BBC correspondent says this is the first civilion trial of military officials in Bolivia accused of human rights to reach conclusion.

Some of Sweden's main newpapers have announced to temporarily shut down their previously unrestrained online comment pages while they overhaul to prevent hate speech. The move was prompted by some of the responses to the killings in Norway last month. Here's M S.

Up to now, Swedish readers have been able to log on to the newspapers' comment pages using *name and nicknames. Some are overtly praised Anders Belin Brevick for killing 77 people endorsing his views about what he called the islamisation of Europe. Now contributors will have to use facebook or other social networking accounts to access comment pages run by free of the top newspapers. Editors admitted one being entirely fullproof ..could set up bogus accounts. But they think it will wade out most races to another antisocial opinions.

The Israely army said that it is training Jewish settler in the western bank to repel violent protest in anticipation of unrest by Palestinians when they make a ...to UN next month. The military said the local forces were being prepared to deal with what they called any possible *, although settler officials denied they were given tear gas and stun grenade.

Rescue workers in the east US are airlifting food and water to towns cut off by flooding after about 40 centimeters of torrential rain fell in the wake of hurricane Irene. Officials say several hundreds of roads and many bridges across Connecticut, New Jersey, NY and Vermont remain closed. The governor of New York State said he would ask for federal assistance.

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BBC news with Marian Marshall.
The British government says the United Nation has agree to release 1.5billion worth of dollars of Libyan money held in British banks to help emergency humanitarian aid in Libya and restore confidence in the economy. The Libyan knows which were frozen on the UN sanctions will be delivered to the central banks in Libya as soon as possible. Here is Gary O'Donoghue.

UN Security Council resolution 1970 freezing Libyan asset is still in place. Negotiations are continuing in New York on unwind it. But in the mean time, countries can apply to the sanction committee to release a mount of money to assist what it called basic expenses. So of the 18 billion dollars worth of asset held in Britain, the government has been allowed by the UN to release 1.5 billion to the National Transitional Council in Tripoli. Foreign Secretary William Hague says the money will help to address the urgent humanitarian need instill confidence of banking sector pay the salaries of the key public sector workers and free out liquidity of their economy.

The UN says it imposed new sanctions on 3 top Syrian government officials. In what state department said, it was attempt further attempt of news on president Bashar al-Assad’s inner circle. It followed a violent end of the muslin holy month of Ramadan in which at least 7 people were shot dead in protest across Syria.

Russia’s state-owned oil company Rosneft and United States energy giant * Mobil have announced a strategic deal to jointly explore and develop oil and gas reserve under the sea in the Arctic. More from our economic correspondent Andrew Walker.

The 2 companies have managed to put total over 3 billion dollars into exploration of the Arctic Ocean into Black Sea. Rosneft give access to * mobile expertise and capital, the US company extended position in Russia which is widely seen as a key location for further oil and gas production. The arctic elements in the agreement replace a deal between Rosneft and BP which failed earlier this year over dispute with British’s company’s other Russian partner.

The authority in Sudan has denied the allegation by the International human rights groups that continuing aerial bombardments of civilians in the province of South Kordofan. Human rights activists said they saw Sudanese planes booming what seem to be civilian areas. James Copnall reports from South Sudan.

The spokesman of president Omar al-Bashir’s National congress Party has categorically denied that the Sudanese armed forces have broken their own ceasefire in South Kordofan. Ibrahim Ghandur accused the rebels are continuing fighting, saying the government troops were acting in self-defense. He rejected reports says the Sudanese armed forces were indiscriminately booming the civilians or stopping the flow of humanitarian aid to people in need. And the international human rights watch say they have documented air attack that killed at least 26 civilians in South Kordofan before ceasefire.

World news from the BBC.

Bolivia Supreme Court has sentenced 5 former senior military officers in connection of killing at least 6 people during protest in 2003. They will serve between 10 and 15 years in prison. Protesters were killed during demonstration against export of natural gas to the United State. A BBC correspondent says this is the first civilian trial of military official in Bolivia accused of human rights to reach conclusion.

Some of the Sweden main newspaper has announced a temporary shut down of their previously unrestricted online common pages while their overhauled to prevent hate speech. The move was prompted by some of the responses that killing in Norway last month. Here is Mike Sanders.

Up to now, Swedish readers have been able to log on to the newspaper’s comment page using pseudonyms or their nickname. Some overtly widely praised at overtly for killing of 77 people, indorsing his view about what he called the Islamisation of Europe. Now, contributors will have to use their Facebook or social networking accounts to access comment pages run by three of the top newspapers. Editors have admitted they won’t be entirely *. Mischief could set both in accounts. But they think it will read out most racist than other social opinions.  

The Israeli army said it is training Jewish settlers in the west bank to repel violent protest in anticipation of unrest by Palestinians when they make a bit of separate stators United Nation next month. The military says the local forces have been prepared to deal with what they called any possible scenario, although settler official denied they have been given tear gas and sound grenades.   

Rescue worker in the eastern United States are airlifting food and water to towns cut off by flooding after up to 40 cm of torrential rain fell in the week of hurricane Iran. Officials say several hundreds of roads and bridges across Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Vermont remains closed. The governor of New York State said it will ask for federal assistants.
BBC news.
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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-31

BBC News with Marion Marshall.The British government says the United Nations has agreed to release 1.5 billion dollars wealth of Libyan money held in British banks to help the emergency humanitarian aid in Libya and restore confidence in the economy. The Libyan notes which were frozen under UN sanctions will be delivered to the central bank of Libya as soon as possible. Here's Gary O'Donoghue.
UN Security Council Resolution 1970--freezing Libyan assets--is still in place, and negotiations continuing in new York to un? . But in the meantime country's cap-line to the sanctions committee to release amounts of money to assist what it called basic expenses. So a 18 billion dollars ? of Libyan assets held in Britain, the government has been allowed by the UN to release 1.5 billion to the National Transitional Council in Tripoli. Foreign Secretary William Hague says the money will help address the urgent humanitarian need, still confidence in the banking sector, pay the salaries of key public sector workers and free up liquiditiy in the economy.


The U.S says it imposes new sanctions on three top Syrian government officials, in what the State Department said was an attempt to further tighten the news on President Bashar al-Assad in the circle. It follows a violent end of a Muslim Holy month of Ramadan, in which at least 7 people were shot dead and protests across Syria.


Russia's sate-run oil company Rosneft and United States' energy giant Exxon Mobil have announced a strategic deal to joint explore and develop oil and gas reserves under the sea in the Arctic. More from our economic correspondent Andrew Walker.
The two companies are planning to put a total of over 3 billion dollars into exploration of the Arctic Ocean under Black Sea. Rosneft gets access to Exxon Mobil's expertise and capital, The U.S company extends its position in Russia. It's widely seen as a key location for future oil and gas production. The Arctic elements in the agreement replace the deal between Rosneft and BP that failed earlier this year over a dispute with ? companies other Russian partners.


The authorities in Sudan have denied allegation by international human rights groups that continuing areal bombardments of civilians in the province of South Kordofan. Human rights researchers said they saw Sudanese planes bombing what appeared to be civilian areas. James Copnall reports from south Sudan.
The spokesman of President Omar al-Bashir's  National Congress Party has categorically denied that Sudanese arm forces are breaking their own ceasefire in southern Kordofan. Ibrahim Ghandur accused rebels of continuing the fighting, saying the government troops were acting self-defense. He reject reports that the Sudanese armed forces were indiscriminately bombing civilians or stopping the flow of humanitarian aid th people they need. And an international human rights watch say they have documented air attacks that killed at least 26 civilians in southern Kordafan before the ceasefire.


World News from the BBC.
Bolivian supreme court sentenced five former military senior officers in connection with the killing of almost 60 people during protest in 2003. They'll serve between 10 and 15 years in prison. The protesters were killed during demonstrations against the export of natural gas to the United States. A BBC correspondent says it's the first civilian trial of military officials in Bolivian accused of human rights to reach conclusion.


Some of Sweden main newspapers have announced a temporary shutdown of their previously unrestricted online comment pages via their over ? to prevent hate speech. The move was prompted by some of the responses to the killings in Norway last month. Here's Mike Sanders.
Up to now ,Swedish readers have been able to log on to the newspaper's comment pages using Sweden names and nicknames. Some overtly praised on the ? for killing 77 people, endorsing his view about what he called the Islamization of Europe. Now contributors will have to use their Facebook or other social networking accounts to access comment pages run by three of the top newspapers. Editors admitted while being entirely fully approval,
mischief-makers could set up bogus accounts. But they think it will wade out most racist and other anti-social opinions.


The Israeli army says it's training Jewish settlers in the West Bank to repel violent protests in an anticipation of unrest by Palestinians when they make a bid for separate statehood to the United Nations next month. The military said local forces were being prepared to deal with what it called any possible scenario. Although settler officials denied that they were being given tear gas and stun grenades.


Rescue workers in the eastern United States are lifting food and water to wons cut off by flooding after up to 40cm of torrential rains fell in a week of hurricane Irene. Officials say several hundreds roads and many bridges across Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Vermont remained closed. The governor of New York state said he would ask for federal assistance.
BBC News.

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BBC news by Mary Marschal
1. The British Government says the UN agrees to release one and half billion dollars of Libyan money held in British banks to help the emergent humanitarian aids in Libya and restore the confidence in economy. Libyan notes which were first under the UN sanctions will be delivered to the Central Bank of Libya as soon as possible. (    ): UN Security Council resolution 1917 freezing Libyan assets in still in place, the negotiation is continuing in NY on (   ), but in the meantime countires complain to the Sanctions Committee to relaese the money to assist what they called basic expenses. So of 18 billions worth of Libyan assets held in Britiain, the government has been allowed by the UN to release one billion and half to the National Transitional Council in Tripoli. For Secretary Willian Hague, such money will help address urgent humanitarian needs, and instill confidence in the Banking Sector, pay salaris of key public secotr workers and free up liquidity in the economy.
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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-31

HW: The British government says the United Nation has agreed to release 1.5 billion dollars worth of Lybian money held in British banks to help emergency humanitarian aid in Lybia and restore confidence in the economy. The Lybian notes which were forced under UN sanctions would be delivered to the central bank of Lybia as soon as possible.
      UN security council resolution 1970 freezing Lybian asserts is still in place. The negotiations continue in New York to unveil it. But in the meantime, country's comply to the sanction's committee to release a amount of money to assist what it called basically expenses, so of the 18 billion dollars worth of Lybian asserts held in Britain, the government has been allowed by the UN to release 1.5 billion to the National transitional council in Tripoli. The foreign seceretary William Hill says the money would help address urgent humanitarian need instill confidence in the banking sector , pay the salaries of key public sects workers and free up liquidity in the economy.
     The US says imposing new sanctions on three top Syrian government officials , in what state department said was an attempte to further tightern the noose on president Assad in a circle. It follows a violent and the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in which at least 7 people have been shot dead in protest across Syria.
     Russia's state oil company Rosneft and United States energy giant Exxon Mobil have announced strategic deal to jointly explore and develop oil and gas reserves under the sea in the Arctic, more from our economic correspondant Walker:
   The two companies are planning to put a total of over 3 billion dollors into exploration of the Arctic ocean under black sea. Rosneft gets access to Exxon mobil's expertize and capital, the US company extended its position in Russia which is widely seen as a key location for future oil and gas production. The Arctic elements in the agreement replace the deal between Rosneft and BP, it failed early this year over disputes with British company's other Russian partner.
      Authorites in Sudan have denied allegations by international human rights groups that are continuing aerial bombardments of civilians in the province of South Kordofan. Human rights researchers say they thought Sudanese plans bombing what it appeared to be civilian aerials. ** reports from South Sudan:
     The spokesman for President Omar al-Bashir’s National Congress Party has categorically denied the Sudanese army forces are breaking that own ceasefire in Sudan Kordofan. Ibrahim Ghandur accused the rebels of continuing fighting, saying the government troops were acting in self defence. He rejected the reports that Sudanese army forces were indiscriminally bombing civilians or stopping the flow of humanitarian aid to people in need. Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch say that they have documented air attacks that killed at least 20 civilians in southern Kordofan before the cease fire.
    World News from the BBC.
     Bolivian supreme court sentenced five former senior military officers in connection with killing of almost 60 people during protests in 2003. They'll serve between 1o and 15 years in prison. The protesters were killed during demonstrations against exports of natural gas to the United States. A BBC correspondant says it is the first civilian trial of military officials in Bolivia accused of human rights to reach the conclusion.
  Some of Swiden's main newspaper have announced a temporary shutdown of their previously unrestricted online common pages where they overhaul to prevent hate speech. The move was prompted by some of responses to the killing in Norway last month. Here is **:
   Up to now, Swedish readers have been able to log on to the newspaper's common page using Sweden names and nicknames, some overtly praise Anders Behring Breivik for killing 77 people, endorsing his view about what he called Islamisation of Europe”. Now, contributors will have to use their facebook or other social networking accounts to access common pages run by three of the top newspapers. Editors admitted that they want entirely full approved, Mischief makers could set up bogus accounts, but they think it will wade out most racists and anti-social oppinions.
    The Isreali army says it's training Jewish settlers in the west Bank to repel violent protests in anticipation of unrest by Palestinians when they are making a bid to separate statehood to the United Nations next month. The military said local forces were being prepared to deal with what it called any possible scenario, although settler officials denied they were being giving tear gas and stun grenades.
     Rescue workers in the eastern United States are airlifting food and water to towns cut off by flooding after up to 40 centimetres of torrential rain fell in the wake of Harricane of Irene. Officials say several hundreds of roads and many bridges across Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Vermont remain closed. The governor of New York state said he would ask for federal assistance.
   BBC news.
     

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