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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-31

BBC News with Marion Marshall
TheBritish government says the United Nations has agreed to release one and a halfbillion dollars wealth of Libyan money held in British banks to help with humanitarianemergency aid in Libya and restore confidence in the economy. The Libyan noteswhich were frozen under UN sanctions will be delivered to the central bank ofLibya as soon as possible. Here’s Gary O'Donoghue.
UNsecurity council resolution 1970, freezing Libyan assets is still in place, andthe negotiation is continuing in New York to unwind it. But in the meantimecountries can apply to the sanction committee to release amounts of money toassist what it calls bases expenses. So of the 18 billion dollars’ worth of Libyanassets held in Britain the government was allowed by UN to release a billionand a half to the NTC in Tripoli. The Foreign Ministry William Hague said themoney would help address with the urgent humanitarian need institute confidencein the banking sector pay the salaries of key public sides of workers and freeup liquidity in the economy.
TheUN has imposed new sanctions on three top Syrian government officials in whatthe state department said they had attempted to further type of noose on PresidentBashar Al-sad in a cycle. It followed a violent end Muslim whole month of Ramadanin which at least 7 people were shot dead in protests across Syria.
Russiastate and oil company Rosneft and United States energy giant Exxon Mobilhave announced a strategic deal to join in explore and develop oil and gasreserves under the sea in the optic. More from economic correspondent AndrewWalker.
Thetwo companies are planning to put totally 3 billion dollars into exploration ofthe ArcticOcean and the Black Sea. Rosneft gets access to Exxon Mobil expertiseand capital, the US company extends its position in Russia, which is wildlyseen as key location in future of oil and gas production. ? in agreementreplace the deal between Rosneft ? BP that failed earlier this year over disputewith the Bush’s company’s other Russian partner.
Theauthorities in Sudan have denied allegations by International Human Rights Groupsthat the continuing area bombardments of civilians in the province of SouthKordofan. Human rights researches said they saw Sudanese playing bombingwhat appeared to be civilian areas. James Copnall reports from South Sudan.
Aspokesman for President Omar al-Bashir’s National Congress Party hascategorically denied the Sudanese armed forces are breaking their own ceasefirein Southern Kordofan. ? accused the revels of continuing the fighting,saying the government troops were acting in self-defense. He rejectedreports that the Sudanese armed forces were indiscriminately bombing civiliansor stopping the floor of humanitarian aid to people in need. And theInternational and Human Rights Watch say they have documented area attacksuntil killed at least 26 civilians in Southern Kordofan before the ceasefire.
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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 instil confidence in the banking sector, pay the salaries of key 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-owned 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 pseudonyms 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 it wouldn't be entirely fault-proof, 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 a 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 Fairmont remain closed. The governor of New York State said he would ask for federal assistance.
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BBC news with M.

The British government says the United Nations has agreed to release one and a half billion dollars worth 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 on the UN sanctions will be delivered to the central bank of Libya as soon as possible. Here is G.

UN Serucity Council resolution 970 freezing Libyan assets is still in place. An negotiation is continuing in New York to ? it. But in the mean time, Countries apply to the sanctions committee to release amounts of money to assist what he 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 a billion and a half to the National Transitional Council in Tripoli. Foreign secretary W says the money will help address the urgent humanitarian need, instill confidence to the banking sector, pay the salaries of key public sector workers and fill up equality in their economy.

The US has imposed new sanctions on three top Syrian government officials in what state department said was an attempt to further tight ? on President B in a circle. It follows a violent end to the Muslim holy month of Ramadam in which seven people were shot dead in protests across Syria.

Russian state-own oil company R and the United States Energy giant Xmobil have announed a strategic deal to joint explore and develop oil and gas reserves under the sea in the Arctic. More from our economic correspondent A.

The two companies are planning to put a total of 3 billion dollars into exploration of the Arctic Ocean and the Black Sea. R gas access to Xmobil expert team on capital, the US company extend its position in Russia which is wide seen as a key location for future oil and gas production. The ? in the agreement replaces the deal between R and BP which failed earlier this year over desputes with the British company's other Russian partner.

The Authorities in Sudan have denied allegations by international human rights groups for their continuing air bombardment on civlians in the province of S. Human rights research said they saw Sudanese planes bombing what appears to be civilian areas. J reports from South Sudan.

The speokeman for President O's national congress party has ? denied the Sudanese armed forces are breaking their own ceasefire in southern C. Y accused the rebels of continuing the fighting saying the government troops were acting as self-defense. He rejected reports of the Sudanese armed forces were indiscriminately bombing civilians or stopping the flow humanitarian aid to people in need. And the International Human Rights Watch says there were documented air attacks that killed at least 26 civilians in southern C before the ceasefire.

World news from the BBC.

The Libyan supreme court has sentenced five former senior military officers in connection with the killing of almost 60 people during protests in 2003. They will serve between 10 and 15 years in prison. Protesters were killed during demonstration against the export of natural gas to the United States. Our BBC copprespondent says it is the first civlian trial of military officials in Libya accused of human rights to reach a conclusion.

Some of Sweden's main newspapers have announced a temporary shutdown of their previous unregistered online comment pages while they overhauled to prevent hate speech. The move was prompted by some of responses to the killing in Norway last month. Here is M.

Up to now, Swedish readers have been unable to log on to the newspapers comment pages using ? or nicknames. Some ? prays under spreading ? for killing 77 people endorsing his use about what he called the Islamization of Europe. Now contributed to that they have to use their facebook or other social networking accounts to access comment pages run by free of the top newspapers. Editors admitted one may be ? for approval, ? could set up ? accounts but they think it will read out most racist and other anti-social opinions.

The Israeli army says it's training Jew settlers in the West Bank to repel violent protests in anticipation of unrest by Palestanians when they make a bid for separate statehood to the United Nations next month. The miltary said local forces will be prepared to deal with what he called any possible ? although several officials denied they will be given teargas and stun grenades.

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

BBC news.

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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-31

BBC news with Marion Marshall
The British government says the Unitied Nations has aggreed to release 1.5 billion worth of Lybian money held in British banks to help with emergency humanitarian aid in Lybian and restore congidence in their economy. The Lybian notes which were frozen under the UN sanctions would be delivered to the central bank of Lybian as soon as possible. Here is *.
UN security concil resolution 1970 freezing Lybian assets is still in place and the negotiations ars continuing in NY to unwind it. But in the meantime countries catalyze to the sanction's committee to release amounts of money to assist what called the basic expenses. So of the 18 billion dollars worth of Lybian assets held in Britian, the government has been allowned by the UN to release a 1.5 billion to the national transition council in Tripoli. The foreign secretary * said the money would help address the urgent humanitarian need in still confidence in the banking sector pay the salaris of the key public sector workers fuel up equality in the economy.
The UN says it imposed new sanctions on three top Syrian government officials in what the State department says was a attempt to further tighten the news on President * in the circle. It follows a violent end to the Muslim holy month of Ramandan, in which 7 people was shot dead in protest across Syrian.
Russia state own oil company * and United State energy giant * have announced the stragetic deal to jointly explore and develop the gas resource under the sea in the Arctic. More form our economic respondent *.
The two companies have planed to put totally 3 billion dollars in the exporation 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 wildly 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 has denied allegation by international human right group that they are continuing aerial bombardments of civillians in the province of *. Human right researchers said they saw Sudanese planes bombing what appeared to be civilian areas. Jame * reports form South Sudan.
The spokesmen for the President * National Congress party categorically deny the Sudaness armed forces broking their cease fire in Southen Kordofan. * accused the rebels of continuing the fighting, saying the governmrnt troops were acting in self-defence. He rejected the reports that Sudaness forces were indiscriminatly bombing civilians or stoping the folw of humanitarian aid to people in need. says they have document in air attack that killed at least 26 civilians in * before the cease fire.

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[Homework]BBC 2011-08-31

BBC News with Marion Marshall.
The British government says the United Nations had agreed to release one and a half billion dollars 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.
UN security council resolution 1970 freezing Libyan assets is still in place and negotiations are continuing in New York to ** 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 18 billion dollars worth of Libyan assets held in Britian, the government has been allowed by the UN to release a bollion and a half to the national transitional council in Tripoli. Foreign Secretary William H said the money would help address the urgent humanitarain 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 attempt to further tighten the noose on president ** inner circle. It follows a violent end the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in which at least 7 people were shot dead in protests across Syria.
Russian's state and oil company ** 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 three billion dollars into explorations of the Arctic Ocean and Black Sea. ** 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 ** 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 **. Human right's researchers say they saw Sudanese planes bombing what appeared to be civilian areas. James C reports from South Sudan.
The spokesman for president ** National Congress Party has categorically denied the Sudanese armed forces are breaking their own ceasefire in southern K. ** 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 K 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 will serve between 10 and 15 years in prison. The protesters were killed during demostration against the export of natural gas to the United States. A BBC correspondent says this is the first civilian trial of military offcials 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 promoted by some of responses to the killings in Norway last month. Here's Mike Sanders.
Up to now Swedish readers have been able to log on the newspaper's comment papes using pseudonyms and nicknames. Some overtly praised *** 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 net working accounts to access common 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 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 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 give 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 kilometers of torrential rain fell in the wake of hurricane I. Officials say severl hundred roads and many briges across C, New Jersey, New York and ** remain closed. The governor of New York State said he would ask for federal assistance.
BBC News.

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1. The British government says the United Nations has agreed to release 1 and half billion dollars worth of Libyan money, held in british banks, to help the emergency humanitarian aid in Libya and restore confidence in economy. the Libya notes, which were frozen under UN sanctions, will be delivered the central bank of libya, as soon as possible.here's **.UN security council resolution 1970 freezing Libyan assets, is still in place. and negotiation's continuing in New York to unwind it. But in the mean time, countries can apply to the sanctions committee, to release the amount of money, to assist with what is called basic expenses. So of the 18 billion dollars of Libyan assets held in Britain, the government has been allowed by the UN, to release a billion and half to the National Transitional Council in Tripoli. Foreign Secretary Williams Heige said the money would help to address the urgent humanitarian need, and still confidence in the banking sector, pay the salaries of key public sector workers and free up the liquidity of economy.
2. The US posed new sanctions on 3 top Syrian government officials, in what the state department said, was an attempt to further tighten the noose on president Asard inner circle. It follows a violent end to the Muslim holy month Ramadan, in which at least 7 people were shot dead in protest across Syria.
3. Russia state-owned oil company ** and United States energy giant ** mobile have announced a strategic deal to jointly explore and develop oil and gas reserve under sea in the arctic. More from our economic correspondent, **.
The two companies are planing to put a total of over 3 billion dollars in the exploration of the Arctic Ocean and Black Sea. ** get access to ** mobile's expertise and capital, the US company extended position in Russia, which is wildly seen as a key location for future oil and gas production. The ** agreement replaced the deal between ** and BP, that failed earlier this year, over dispute with the British company's other Russia partner.
4. The authorities in Sudan have denied the allegations by international human rights groups that  they are continuing aerial bombardment on civilian in province in the south **. Human rights researchers said they saw Sudanese plans bombing what appeared to be civilian areas. ** reports from South Sudan.
The spokesman ** National Congress Party, has categorically denied the Sudanese arm forces are breaking their own ceasefire in south **. ** accused rebels of continuing fighting ,saying the government troops were acting in self defence. he rejected the reports that Sudanese armed forces were indiscriminately bombing civilians or stopping the flow of humanitarian aid to people in need. and the international human rights watch say they have documented aerial attacks have killed at least 26 civilians in the south ** before the ceasefire.
5. Bolivian Supreme Court sentenced 5 former senior military officers in connection of killing almost 70 protests during protest in 2003. They' serve between 10 and 15 years in prison. The protests were killed during the demonstration against the export of natural gas to the United States. BBC correspondents said this is the first civilian trial of military officials in Bolivian, accused of human rights, to reach conclusion.
7.Some of Sweden main newspapers were announced a temporary shut-down of their previously unrestricted online comment pages, where they are overall to prevent hate speech. The move was prompted by some of the responses to the killing in Norway last month. Here's **.
Up to now, Swidech readers have been able to log on to the newspapers comment pages in their Swiden names and nicknames. Some overtly praised ** 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 network account to access comment pages run by 3 of the top newspapers. Editors admitted when there are entirely full approve, mischief makers could set up bogus account,but they think it will weed out most of racist and other anti-social opinions.
8. 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 bit for separate statehood to the United Nations next month. The military said local forces were being prepared to deal with what they called any possible scenario, although settler's officials denied they have been given teargas and ** grenades.
9. Rescue workers in the eastern United States are airlifting food and water, to towns cut off by flooding, after up to 40 cent meter of torrential rain, fell in the wake of hurricane Erine. Officials say several hundreds roads and many bridges across **, ** ,New York remain closed. The governor of New York State said he will ask for federal assistance.




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BBC News with Marion Marshall
1.The British government says the United Nations has agreed to release one and a half billion 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 under UN sanctions will be delivered to the Central Bank of Libya as soon as possible. Here's Gary *."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 18 billion worth of Libyan assets held in Britain,the government has been allowed by the UN to release a billion and half 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 equality in the economy."
2.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 cycle. It follows a violent end to the Muslim holy month of * in which at least seven people were shot dead in protests across Syria.
3.Russia's state-owned oil company R* and the United States energy giant * 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 dollar into exploration of the Arctic Ocean and the Black Sea. R* gets access to 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 the agreement replaced the deal between R* and BP that failed earlier this year over a dispute with the British company other Russian partner."
4.The authorities in Sudan have denied allegations by international human rights groups that they are continuing area bomb of civilians in the province of South Kordofan. Human rights researchers said they saw Sudanese planes bombing what appeared to be civilian areas. James reports from South Sudan."A spokesman for President O* National Congress Party has categorically denied the Sudanese armed forces are breaking their own ceasefire in Southern Kordofan. * accused the rebels of continuing the fighting, saying the government troops were acting in selfdefence. He rejected reports that the Sudanese armed forces were discriminatedly bombing civilians or stopping the flow of humanitarian aid to people in need. And 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
5.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.
6.Some of Sweden 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."Up to now Swedish readers have been able to logon to the newspapers comment pages using * or nicknames. Some over 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 three of the top newspapers. Editors admit it won't be entirely fool-proof, * makers could setup * accounts, but they think it will read out most racist and other anti-social opinions."
7.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 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 *.
8.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 week 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 Marian Marshall
The British government says that the United Nations has agreed to release one and a half million dollars worth of Libyan money helped by the British banks to help the emergency humanitarian aid in Libya and  restore the confidence in economy. The Libyan notes which froze in the UN sections will be delivered to the Libyan central banks as soon as possible.
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The U.S. has imposed new sections in three severe government officials and what State Department said was to attempt to  further tape* the news on president ** in the circle. It was followed by a violent end that a Muslim **, in which at 7 ppl were shot dead and protesters across the areas.

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World news from BBC.

Bolivia Supreme Court has sentenced five former senior military officers in connection of killing almost 60 ppl during protest in 2003. They will serve between 10 and 50 years in prison. These protesters were killed during the demonstration against export natural gas to United States. BBC correspondent said this is the first civilian trail of the military officials in Bolivia, accused of human rights to reach conclusion.

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   BBC News with Marion Marshall.

   The British government says the United Nations has agreed to release one and a half billion dollars 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 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 can apply to the sanctions committee to release amounts of money to assist what are called “basic expenses”. So of the 18 billon dollars worth of Libyan assets held in Britain, the government has been allowed by the UN to release a billion and a half 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 of 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 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 over three billion dollars 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 Artic elements and the agreement replace the deal between Rosneft and BP that failed early 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 to the civilians in the province of South Kordofan. Human rights researchers say they saw Sudanese planes bombing what appeared to be civilian areas. James Copnal 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 Ghandur accused the rebels of continuing the fighting, saying the government troops were acting itself to defense. He rejected reports that Sudanese armed forces were indiscriminately bombing civilians or stopping the flow of humanitarian aid to people in need. And the international human rights watch say they have documented aerial attacks that killed at least 26 civilians in southern Kordofan before the ceasefire.

   World News from the BBC.

   Bolivian’s Supreme Court has sentenced five former senior military officers in connection with the killing of almost sixty 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. Our BBC correspondent says this is the first civilian trial of military officials in Bolivian 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 overhaul to prevent hate speech. The move was prompted by some of the responses to the killings in Norway last month. Here is Mike Sanders.

   Up to now, Swedish readers have been able to log on to the newspapers’ comment pages using pseudonyms 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 three of the top newspapers. Editors have admitted while being entirely full approved, 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 separated statehood 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’ve been 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 forty centimeters 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.

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The British government say the United Nations has agreed to release 1 and half billion dollars worth of Libyan money held in British Banks to help the emergency humanitarian aid in Libya and restore confidence in the economy. The Libyan nodes, which were frozen under UN sanctions, would be delivered to the central bank of Libya as soon as possible. Here's GD.
UN Security Council Resolution 1970 freezing Libyan assets is still in place, and the negotiation's continuing in New York to unwind it. But in the meantime, countries can apply to the sanction'scommittee to release some amounts of money, to assist what it called basic expenses. So of the 18 billion dollar worth of Libyan assets held in Britain, the government has been allowed by the UN to release a billion and a half to the National Transitional Council in Tripoli. Foreign Secretary William H said the money would help address the urgent humanitarian need, instill confidence in the banking sector, pay the salarys of the 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 7 people were shot dead in protests across Syria.

Russia's State and Oil company Rosniaft 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 planing to put a total over 3 billion dollars into exploration of the Arctic Ocean and the Black Sea. Rosniaft gets access to the Exxon Mobil's expertise and capital, the US company extended positioning 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 Rosniaft 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 of they 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. JC reports from south Sudan.
The spokesman for President OA, National Congress party, has categorically denied the Sudanese armed forces of breaking their own cease-fire in south Kordofan. IH 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 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 south Kordofan before the cease-fire.

World News from the BBC.

Bolivian Supreme Court sentenced 5 former senior military officers in connection with the killing of almost 60 people during protests in 2003. They will serve between 10 and 15 years in prison. The protesters were killed during demonstrations against the export 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 the Sweden's main newspapers have announced a temporary shutdown of their previously unrestricted 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 MS.
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 "Isalamization of Europe". Now contributors would have to use their facebook or other social networking accounts to access comment pages run by free of the top newspapers. Editors admitted while being entirely full approve, mischief makers could setup 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 protest. In anticipation of unrest by Palestinians, when they make a bid for a separate statehood of the United Nations next month. The military said local forces were being prepared to deal with what they called "any possible scenario", although settler officials denied they were being given tear gas or stun grenades.

Rescue workers in the eastern United States are air-lifting 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 Fairmont , remain closed. The governor of New York state, said he would ask for federal assistance.
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BBC News with Marion Marshall.
The British government says the United Nations has agreed to release 1.5 billion dollars worth of Libya money held in British banks to help 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. It'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 18 billion dollars worth of the 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, instill confidence in the banking sector, pay the salaries of key public sector workers and free up liquidity in the economy.
The US says it imposed new sanctions on three 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 what at least 7 people were shot dead in protests across Syria.
Russia's state 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 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 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-Bashar'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-defense. He rejected reports of the Sudanese armed forces were indiscriminately bombing civilians or stopping the flow of humanitarian aid to people in need. Amnesty International and Human Right 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 5 former senior military officers in connection of killing 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 nature 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 onto the newspaper's comment pages using pseudonyms or nicknames. Some overly 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 *, mischief makers could set up bogus accounts, but they think it will rid 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 sperate 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 centimeters 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 Marion Marshall

The British government said the United Nations has agreed to release one and half billion dollars in Libyan money help with British banks to help the emergency humanitarian aids in Libya and restore confidence in economy. The Libya notes which were frozen under  UN’s … will be delivered to the central bank of Libya as soon as possible. Here is …

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The US has imposed sanctions on three top Syrian government officials in ... departments was an attempt to further tied in news on president … in the circle. It followed a violent end to the Muslin holy month Ramadan in which at least seven people were shot dead in protest cross Syria.

Russia’s state and oil company... and  the United States energy giant... announced a strategy deal to joint explore and develop oil and gas reserved under the sea in the Arctic. More from our economic correspondent under walker.

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Authority in Sudan has denied allegation by international human rights groups that thay are continuing in areas … of civilians in the province of... Human rights researchers said they saw  … bombing what appears  to be civilian areas. … report from south Sudan.


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BBC News with Marion Marshall
The British government says the United Nations has agreed to release one and half billion 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 under UN sanctions will be delivered to the central bank of Libyan as soon as possible. Here is Gary O’Donoghue

UN Security Council resolution1970 freezing Libyan asset 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 amount of money to assist what it calls 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 a billion and half 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 salaries of key public sector workers and free up liquidity of 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 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 United States energy giant Exxon Mobil have announced a strategic deal to jointly explore and develop oil and gas reserve under the sea in the Arctic. More from our economics correspondent Andrew Walker

The two companies are planning to put a total of three billion dollars 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 dispute with the X company’s other Russian partner.

The authorities in Sudan have denied allegations by international humanitarian groups at they are continuing areal bombardment 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 X’s national congress party has categorically denied the Sudanese army forces are breaking their own ceasefire in south Kordofan. X accused the rebels of continuing the fighting saying the government troops were acting itself defence. He rejected reports that the Sudanese army forces were indiscriminately bombing civilians or stopping the flow in humanitarian aid to people in need. And this international and humanitarian watch say they have documented air attacks that killed at least 26 civilians in south 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 protest in 2003. They will serve between ten and fifteen years in prison. The protesters were killed during demonstrations against the export of nature 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 common 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 Thunders


Up to now Swedish readers have been able to log on to the newspapers common 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 common pages run by free of the top newspapers. Editors admitted what be entirely foolproof …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 in the Untied 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 been given teargas and stun grenades.

Rescue workers in eastern Untied States are airlifting food and water to towns cut off by flooding after up to 40 centimeters of torrential rain fell in the weak of hurricane Irene. Officials say several hundreds 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 Marion Marshall

The British government says the United Nations has agreed to release one and a half billion 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 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 117 freezing Libyan assets is still in place. A negotiation is contiuing in New York to unwind it. But in the meantime, countries can apply to the sanction committee to release amounts of money to assist what it called basic expenses. So as the 18 billion dollars worth of Libyan assets held in Britain, the government has been allowed by the UN to release a billion and a half to the National Transitional Council in Tripoli. The Foreign Secretary William Hague, said the money would help adress the urgent humanitarian need in still 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 and what the State Department said was an attempt to further tight .... on President Bashar Al-assad's inner circle. It follows a violent end to the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in which at least 7 people were shot dead in protests across Syria.

Russia's state-owned oil company Rosneft and the United States energy giant Exxon  Mobil have annouced a strategic deal to jointly explore and develop oil and gas reserves under the sea in the Arctic. More from our economy's correspondent Andrew Walker.
The two companies are planing to put a total of over three billion dollars into exploration of the Arctic ocean and the Black Sea. Rosneft gets access to Exxon Mobil expertise in capital. The US company extended position in Russia, which is widely seen as a key location for future oil and gas production. The Artic ... in the agreement replace the deal between Rosneft and BP, which failed earlier this year over a dispute with the British's 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 say they saw Sudanese planes bombing what appeared to be civilian areas. James Copnall reports from South Sudan.
The spokesman for presideng Omar al-Bashir's national Congress Party has categorically denied that Sudanese armed forces have broken their own cease fire in southern Kordofan. Ibrahim Ghandur, accused the rebels of continuing the fighting, saying the government troops were acting itself to defense. He rejected reports that the Sudanese armed forces were indiscriminately bombing civilians or stopping the flow of humanitarian aid to people in need. Amesty 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 Supreme Court has sentenced 5 former senoir military officers in connection with the killing almost 60 people during protest 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 this is the first civilian trial of military officials in Bolivia accused of human rights to reach a conclusion.

Some of Sweden's main newpapaers have announced a temporary shutdown of their previously unrestricted 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 Mike Sanders.

Up to now, Swedish readers have been able to log on the newspapers comment pages using ..... or nicknames. Some have ... 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 have admitted one be entirely ... proof. Mischief ... 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 seperate .... of the United Nations next month. The military said the local forces were being prepared to deal with what it called any possible scenario, while their settler officials denied there 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 hurricae 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.

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The British government says the United Nations has agreed to release one of the half billion dollars worth of Libyan money held in British banks to help the emergency humanitarian aid in Libya and restore the confidence in economy. The Libyan notes which were frozen now UN sanction will be delivered to Libyan central bank as soon as possible. Here is Ganea Donerhu “UN security council resolution 1970 freeing Libyan assets is still in place. And negotiations are still continuing in New York unwinded. But in the meantime, countries’ comply to sanctions committee to release a month of money to assist what called basic expenses. Though of the 80 billion dollars worth of Libyan assets held in Britain, the government has been allowed ? to release a billion and a half to the national transitional council in Tripoli. From secretary William Hay says the money would help address the urgent fumatarian need in still confidence in the banking sector pay the salaries of key public sect workers and free up liquidity in their economy.

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