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[Homework]BBC 2011-09-02

BBC News with Kathy Clugton
Leaders from 63 countries have made the top officials in Libya's National Transitional Council to map out the future of the country. Speaking after the congress in Paris, the co-hosts the British Minister David Cameron and the French president Nicolas Sarcozy said there was unanimous support to continue NATO airstrike for as long as Colonel Gaddafi reminded threat. Mr.Cameron paid tribute to the conductor of the Libya opposition.
Some people warned as Gaddafi himself did that Libya people could not be trusted it with freedom, that without Gaddafi there would be chaos. Some people thought that chaos started the moment the regime fell. So what we are seeing emerging in Libya? Despit for years of repression and the trumor of recent days and months is immensely impression.
Mr.Cameron said all countries had agreed to ask the United Nations for a permission to unfreeze all Libay assets. The UN Secretary General B? said the top priority was to provide Libya with medicine, fuel, food and water. The NTC president  ? said the people of Libya now had to seek the great ? and forgiveness and respect the rule of the law. A senoir NTC official has told the BBC that tribel leaders and Colonel Gaddifi's hometown of Seirt will be given another week to persuade his tribe surrender. The NTC says many prominent members of Gaddafi's government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in. Paul Wood reports.
The rebels believe that Colonel Gaddifi is not in Seirt, and therefore they can afford to wait to take the time. Tribel leaders will have until 10, September persuade the loyalist troops inside to give up their weapons. In that time, the rebels will be keeping up the pressure. They intend to cut up the water and electricity to Seirt and also crucially to advance closer to it.
In a new audio message, Colonel Gaddafi said he was ready for a long battle even if Libya burnt.
? security forces are reported to have made many arrests in Hama in their search for a top legal official there, who announced his resignation in a vedio posted on the internet on Wednesday, the official, ? , said he was resigning because of crimes against humanity by government forces. But the government has issued its own version of why he’s speaking out, as ?Jones reports

There are two entirely contradictory accounts of Mr. B’s current situation, the opposition says he broke ranks with the government on Monday, and then issued a video statement in which he claimed among the other things that there were hundreds of bodies and mass graves in the public parks in the city of Hama. But the official ? News Agency insist that the attorney general statement was made at gun point, and has quoted his driver as saying 7 terrorists with clash and cuffs kidnapped him. In response, the attorney general posted a second video to say he was speaking freely.

World news from the BBC

Two former Kenyan ministers have appeared before the international criminal court in the Hague for hearings that will decide a fichude stand trial for crimes against humanity. William R and Henry C deny allegations that they incited violence that nearly killed 1,200 people after the disputed 2007 election.

Europe’s human rights chief has accused European governments of complicity and what he called American crimes during the war on terror. With the details, here is Ristol Pooker.
Thomas H, the human rights commissioner of the council of Europe describes the Europe’s war on terror is a systematic violation of human rights and he says European governments were deeply complicated in this. They had cooperated in a program of renditions that so suspects being flown to third countries to be tortured and had then sought to conceal their participation. Mr. H said the 10th anniversary of the 9.11 attacks should lead to an urgent rethink of the misjudged and failed counter terrorism policy.

Health authorities in G say nearly twice as many unsuspecting G were included in medical experiments carried out by US scientists in the 1940s than previously thought. The president of the medical association of G, Carlos M, said up to 2 and a half thousand prisoners, psychiatric patients and orphans were deliberately infected with sexually transmitted diseases during penicillin studies. Doctor M said the US run the program while German Nazi doctors were being tried for experimenting with typhus and malaria on prisoners of war.

Reports from several cities in China said a number of caesarean births will choppy last week, with many women aiming to have their babies before the annual cut off day for school enrollment.  One hospital said its caesarean deliveries were more than doubled than norm. Children who are six years old by the end of August come start school in September, but those with September birthdays have to wait another year.



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Leaders from 63 countries have met the top officials in Libya's National Transitional Council to * about the future for the country. Speaking after the conference in Paris, the co-hosts, the British Prime Minister David Camoron, and French president Nigola Sachochi, said it was noninous support to continue NATO airstrikes for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remained a threat. Mr.Cameron paid tribute to the conduct of Libyan opposition.
--Some people warned as Gaddafi himself did, that the Libyan people could not be trusted with freedom, that without Gaddafi, that would be chaos. Some people thought that chaos would start the moment the regime fail. So what were seen emerging now in Lybia, despite the years of repression and trom? of recent days in month is a menthly impressive.
Mr.Cameron said all countries had agreed to ask the United Nations for permission to unfreeze all Libyan assets. The UN secretary General ** said the top priority was to provide Libyans with medicine, fuel, food and water. The Anticy President ** said the people of Libya know how to see ** and forgiveness and respect the rule of law. An Anticy official has told BBC that the rebel leaders and Colonel Gaddafi's hometown of Theater will be given another week to persuade his troops to surrander. The Anticisis many permanent members of Gaddafi's government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in.
--The rebels believe that Colonel Gaddafi is not in Cirt, and therefore, they can afford to wait to take the time. Rebel leaders will have to wait Sep.10th, to persuade the loyalists trapped in Cert to give up their weapons. In that time, the rebels will be keeping up the pressure. The intend to cut off the water and electricity to Sirt, and also cruchily, to advance close of tuite.
In the new audio message, Colonel Gaddafi said he was ready for a long battle, even if Libya burnt.
Syrian security forces are reported to have met many arresters in Hama in their search for a top legal official there who announces his resignation on the vidio posted on the internet on web**. The official, **, said he was resigning because the crime against humanity by the government forces, but the government said it should be over why he speaking out.
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Two former Kenyan minister has appeared before the International Criminal Court in Hing for hearing that they will decide an official stand trial for crime against humanity. William Wital and Harry ** denied allegations that they incited violence that nearly killed 1200 people after they disputed 2007 election.
Europe's Human Rights Chief has accused European governments of complicity in what he called American crimes during the war on terror. The details here's Wistal Porker.
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Reports from several cities in China said a number of Siamria burts raise sharply last week with many women having their babies before annual cutoff day for school and rollment. One hopital said it examrial deliveries were more double than normal. Children who are six-year old by the end of Augest can start school in September, but those with September birthdays have to wait another year.                                                                     

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Reports from several cities in China say the number of caesarean birth rose sharply last week with many women aiming to have their babies before annual cut-off day for school enrollment. One hospital said its caesarean deliveries were more than double than norm. Children who are 6-year-old by the end of August can start school in September, but those with September birthdays have to wait another year.
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BBC News.
Leaders from 63 countries have made the top officials in Libya's National Transitional Council to map out a future for the country. Speaking after the conference in Paris, the co-hosts, the British Prime Minister David Cameron and the French President Nicolas Sarkozy said there was unanimous support to continue NATO air strikes for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remained a threat. Mr Cameron paid tribute to the conduct of the Libyan opposition.

Some people warned, as Gaddafi himself did, that the Libyan people could not be trusted with freedom, that without Gaddafi, there would be chaos. Some people thought that chaos would start the moment the regime fell. So what we are seeing emerging now in Libya, despite the years of repression and the trauma of recent days and months is a mensely impression.

Mr Cameron said all countries had agreed to ask the United Nations for permission to unfreeze all Libyan assets. The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said the top priority was to provide Libyans with medicine, fuel, food and water. The NTC President Mustafa Abdul Jalil said the people of Libya now had to seek reconciliation and forgiveness and respect to the rule of law.

A senior anti-C official has told the BBC that tribal leaders in Colonel Gaddafi's hometown of Sirte will be given another week to pursuade his troops to surrender. The Anti-C says that many prominent members of Gaddafi's government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in. Paul Wood reports.


The rebels believed that Colonel Gaddafi is not in Sirte, and therfore they can afford to wait to take the town. Tribal leaders will have until Sepetember 10th to pursuade the loyalist troops in Sirte to give up their weapons. In that time. the rebels will be keeping up the pressure. They intend to cut off the water and electricity to Sirte and also crucially to advance closer to it.

In a new audio message, Colonel Gaddafi said he was ready for a long battle, even if Libya burned.

Syrian security forces are reported to have made many arrests in Hama in their search for the top official there, who announced his resignation in a video posted on the Internet on Wednesday. The official Adnan Bakkour said he was resigning because of crimes against humanity by government forces, but the govenment has issued its own version of why he speaking out as Owen Bennett-Jones reports.

There are two entirely contradictory account of Mr Bakkour's current situation. The opposition says he broke ranks with govenment on Monday and then issued a vadio statement in which he claimed amongst other things there was hundreds of bodies in mass graves in the public park in the city of Hama. But the official Syrian News Agency insists that the attorney general statement was made at a gunpoint and has quoted his driver...saying 7 terrorists with clash.. kidnapped him. In response, the attorney general posted a second video to say he was speaking freely.

World News from the BBC.

Two former Kenyan ministers have appeared before the international court in the Hague for hearings that will decide if they should stand trial for crimes against humanity. Willian Ruto and Henry Cosgey deny allegations that they incited violence that nearly killed 1200 people after the disputed 2007 election.

Europe's human rights chief has accused European govenments of complicity of what he called American crimes during the war on terror, with the details, here is Risto reports.

Thomas Hammarberg, the Human Rights Commisioner of the council of Europe described the US war on terrorism was systematically violation of human rights, and he says European govenments were deeply complicit in this. They had cooperated in a program of renditions that saw suspects beingl flown to third courntries to be tortured and had then sought to conceal their participation. Mr Hammarberg said the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks should lead to an urgent rethink of the misduged and failed anti-terrorrisi policy.

Health authorities in Guatemala say nearly twice as many unsuspecting Guatemalans were inclued in medical experiments carried out by US scientists in the 1940s than previously thought. The president of the medical association of Guatemala Carlos Mejia said up to 2500 prisioners, psychiatric patients and orphans were deliberately infected with sexually transmitted diseases during penicilin studies. Dr Mejia said the US ran the program while German Nazy doctors were being trialed for experimenting typhus and malaria on prisioner of war.

Reports from several cities in China said the numbers of caesarean births rose sharply last week, with many women aiming to have their babies before the annual cut-off day for school enrollment. One hospital said its caesarean deliveries were more than double the norm. Children who are six years old by the end of August can start school in September, but those with September birthdays have to wait another year.

BBC News.


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BBC News with Cathy C~

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Mr. Cameiran said all countries had agreed asked the United Nations for permission to unfreeze all Libyan assets. The UN Secretary General Ban Keemoon, said that top priority was to provide Libyans with medicine fuel, food and water. The NTC MAJ~ said the people of Libya now had a sick reconciliation under forgiveness and respect the rule of law. A senior NTC official has told the BBC that tribe leaders in Colonel Gaddafi’s hometown of Sirte will be given another week to persuade his troops to surrender. The NTC says that many prominent members of Gaddafi’s government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in. PW~ reports.

“The rebels believe that Colonel Gaddafi is not in Sirte, and therefore they can afford to wait to take the town. Tribe leaders will have until Sept. 10th to persuade the loyalist’s troops in Sirte to give up their weapons. In that time the rebels will be keeping out of pressure. They intend to cut off the water and electricity to Sirte, and also crucially to advance closer to it.” In a new audio message Colonel Gaddafi said he was ready for a long battle even if Libya burnt.

Syrian security forces are reported to have met many arrests in Hama in their search for a top league officer there who announced his resignation in a video posted on the internet on Wednesday. The official AB~ said he was resigning because of crimes against humanity by government forces. But the government has issued its own version of why he’s speaking #. B~ reports.

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World News from the BBC

2 former Kenya ministers have appeared before the international criminal court in the Hague for hearings that will decide a facial stand trial for crimes against humanity. William R~ and Henry C~, deny allegations that they # violence that nearly killed 1,200 people after they distributed 2007 election.

Europe’s Human Rights Chief has accused European governments of complicity in what he called American Crimes during the war on terror. With the details, here is RB~.

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[Homework]BBC 2011-09-02

BBC News with Kathy Clugston

Leaders from 63 countries have met the top officials in Libya's national transitional council to map out the future for the country.Speaking after the conference in Paris,the co-hosts,the British Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Nicolas Sarkozy said there was unanimous support to continue Nato air strikes for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remained a threat.Mr. Cameron paid tribute to the conduct of the Libyan opposition.


Some people warned as Gaddafi himself did,that the Libyan people could not bet trusted with freedom,that without Gaddafi ,there would be chaos.Some people thought that chaos would start at the moment the regime fell.So what we are seeing emerging now in Libya,despite the years of suppression and the trauma of recent days and months,is immensely impressive.


Mr. Cameron said all countries had agreed to ask the United Nations for permission to unfreeze all Libyan assets.The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said the top priority was to provide Libyans with medicine,fuel,food and water.The NTC president  Mustafa Abdul Jalil said the people of Libyan now had to seek reconciliation and forgiveness and respect the rule of law.A senior NTC official has told the BBC that tribal leaders in Colonel Gaddafi's hometown of Sirte will be given another week to persuade his troops to surrender.The NTC says that many prominent members of Gaddafi's government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in .Paul Wood reports.


The rebels believe that Colonel Gaddafi is not in Sirte,and there for they can afford to wait to take the town.Tribal leaders will have until on September the 10th to persuade the loyalist troops in Sirte to give  up their weapons.In that time,the rebels will be keeping up the pressure. They intend to cut off the water and electricity to Sirte and also crucially to advance closer to it.


In a new video message,Colonel Gaddafi said he was ready for a long battle,even if Libya burned.


Syrian security forces are reported to have met many arrests in Hama,in their research for a top legal official there who announced his resignation in a video posted on the Internet on Wednesday. The official Adnan Barkkour said he was resigning because of rimes against humanity by government forces.But the government has issued its own version of why he speaking out. As Owen Bennett-Jones reports.


There are two entirely contradictory accounts of Mr. Bakkour's current situation .The officials says he broke ranks with the government on Monday,and then issued a video statement in which he claimed amongst other things that there were hundreds of bodies in mass graves in the public parks in the city of Hama.But the official Syrian news agency insist that the attorney general statement was made at gunpoint and has quoted his driver as saying seven terrorists with Kalashnikovs kidnapped him.In response,the attorney general posted a second video,to say he was speaking freely.


World news from the BBC


Two former Kenyan ministers have appeared before the International Criminal Court in the Hague for hearings that will decide if they should stand trial for crimes against humanity.William Ruto and Henry Kosgey denied allegations that they incited violence that nearly killed 1,200 people after the disputed 2007 election.


Europe's Human Rights chief has accused European governments of complicity in what he called American crimes during the war on terror.With the details,here is **.


Thomas Hammarberg,the Human Rights commission of the council of Europe,describes the US war on terrorism systematic violation of human rights and he says European governments were deeply complicity in this,they had cooperated in a program of renditions  that saw suspects being flown to third countries to be tortured and had then thought to conceal their participation.Mr. Hammarberg said the tenth anniversary of the 911 attacks should lead to an urgent rethink of the misjudged and failed counter terrorism policy.


Health authorities in Guatemala say that nearly twice as many as unsuspecting Guatemalans were included in medical experiments  carried out by US scientists in the 1940s than previously thought.The president of the medical association of Guatemala, Carlos Mejia,said 2,500 prisoners,psychiatric patients and orphans were deliberately infected with sexually transmitted diseases during penicillin studies.Doctor Mejia said the US run the program,while German Nazi doctors were being tried for experimenting with typhus and malaria on prisoners of war.


Reports from several cities in China say the number of cesarean birth rose sharply last week with many women aiming to have their babies before the annual cut off day for school enrollment.One hospital said its cesarean deliveries  were more than double the norm.Children who are six years old by end of August can starts school in September,but those with September birthdays  have to wait another year.(他x的上学年龄也要弄.你要不要我上WC 也设定个时间,好多时间不准上 ?  freedom啊...有木有?)

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[Homework] BBC 2011-09-02
BBC News with Kathy Clugston
Leaders from 63 countries have met the top officials in Libya’s National Transitional Council to map out the future for the country. Speaking after the conference in Paris, the co-hosts the British Prime Minister David Cameron and the French President Nicolas Sarkozy said there was unanimous support to continue NATO airstrikes for as long as Col. Gaddafi remained a threat. Mr. Cameron paid tribute to the conduct of the Libyan opposition.
“Some people warned, as Gaddafi himself did, that the Libyan people could not be trusted with freedom, that without Gaddafi, there would be chaos. Some people thought that chaos would start the moment the regime fell. So what we’re seeing emerging now in Libya, despite the years of repression and the trauma of recent days and months, is immensely impressive.”
Mr. Cameron said all countries have agreed to ask the United Nations for permission to unfreeze all Libyan assets. The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said the top priority was to provide Libyan with medicine, fuel, food and water. The NTC President Mustafa Abdul Jalil said the people of Libya now had to see reconciliation and forgiveness and respect the rule of law.
The Senior NTC official has told the BBC that tribal leaders and Col. Gaddafi’s hometown of Sirte will be given another week to persuade his troops to surrender. The NTC says that many prominent members of Gaddafi’s government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in. Paul Wood reports.
The rebels believe that Col. Gaddafi is not in Sirte, and therefore, they can afford to wait to take the town. Tribal leaders will have until September 10th to persuade the loyalist troops in Sirte to give up their weapons. In that time, the rebels will be keeping up the pressure. They intend to cut off the water and electricity to Sirte, and also crucially, to advance closer to it.
In a new audio message, Col. Gaddafi said he was ready for a long battle even if Libya burnt.
Syrian security forces are reported to have made many arrests in Hama in their search for a top legal official there who announced his resignation in a video posted on the Internet on Wednesday. The official, Adnan Bakkour, said he was resigning because of crimes against humanity by government forces. But the government has issued its own version of why he speaking out as Owen Bennett-Jones reports.
There are two entirely contradictory accounts of Mr. Bakkour’s current situation. The opposition says he broke ranks with the government on Monday, and then issued a video statement in which he claimed amongst other things that there were hundreds of bodies in mass graves in the public parks in the city of Hama. But the official Syrian news agency insists that the attorney general statement was made at gunpoint, and has quoted his driver’s saying 7 terrorists with Kalashnikovs kidnapped him. In response, the attorney general posted a second video to say he was speaking freely.

World News from the BBC
Two former Kenyan ministers have appeared before the International Criminal Court in The Hague for hearings that will decide if they should stand trial for crimes against humanity. William Ruto and Henry Kosgey deny allegations that they incited violence that nearly killed 1,200 people after the disputed 2007 election.
Europe’s human rights chief has accused European governments of complicity in what he called “American Crimes” during the war on terror. With the details, here’s Risto Booker.
Thomas Hammarberg, the Human Rights commissioner of the Council of Europe, describes the US war on terror as a systematic violation of human rights and he says European governments were deeply complicit in this: they had cooperated in a program of renditions that saw suspects being flown to third countries to be tortured and had then sought to conceal their participation. Mr. Hammarberg said the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks should lead to an urgent rethink of the misjudged and failed counter-terrorism policy.
Health authorities in Guatemala said nearly twice as many unsuspecting Guatemalans were included in medical experiments carried out by US scientists in the 1940s than previously thought. The president of the medical association of Guatemala, Carlos Mejia, said up to 25,000 prisoners, psychiatric patients and orphans were deliberately infected with sexually transmitted diseases during penicillin studies. Doc. Majia said the US run the program while German Nazi doctors were being tried for experimenting with typhus and malaria on prisoners of war.
Reports from several cities in China said the number of caesarean birth rose sharply last week with many women aiming to have their babies before the annual cutoff day for school enrollment. One hospital said its caesarean deliveries were more than double the norm. Children who are six years old by the end of August can start school in September; but those with September birthdays have to wait another year.
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Leaders from 63 countries have met the top officials in Libya's national transitional council to map out the future for the country. Speaking out the conference in Paris, the co-hosts, the British Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Nicolas Sarkozy said there was unanimous support to continue NATO air-strikes for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remained a threat. Mr. Cameron paid tribute to the conduct of Libyan opposition.
Some people warned as Gaddafi himself did, that Libyan people could not be trusted with freedom that without Gaddafi there would be chaos. Some people thought that chaos would start the moment the regime fell. So what we are seeing are emerging now in Libya, despite years of oppression and trauma of recent days and months, is immensely impressive. Mr. Cameron said all countries had agreed to ask the United Nations for premission to unfreeze all Libyan assets. The UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the top priority was to provide Libyans with medicine, fuel, food and water. The NTC president Mustafa Abdul Jalil said people in Libya now had to seek reconciliation and forgiveness and respect of the rule of law.

A senior NTC official has told BBC that tribe leaders in Colonel Gadhafi's hometown of Sirte will be given another week to persuade his troops to surrender. The NTC says that many prominent members of Gadhafi's government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in.
The rebels believe that Colonel Gadhafi is not in Sirte. And therefore, they can afford to wait to take the town. Tribal leaders will have until Sept. 10th to persuade the loyalist troops in Sirte to give up their weapons. In that time, the rebels will be keeping up the pressure. They intend to cut off the water and electricity to Sirte and also critically to advance closure to it.

In a new audio message, Colonel Gadhafi said he was ready for a long battle even if Libya burnt.

Syrian security officials are reported to have made many arrests in Hama in a search for a top legal official there who annouced his resignation in video posted on the Internet on Wednesday. The official Adnan Bakkour said he was resigning because of crimes against humanity by government forces. But the government has issued it's own version of why he's speaking out, as * reports.
There are two entirely contradictory accounts of Mr. Bakkour's current situation. The opposition says he broke ranks with government on Monday and then issued a video statement in which he claimed among other things that there were hundreds of bodies in mass graves in the public parks in the city of Hama. But the official Syrian news agency insists that attorney general's statement was made at gun point and quoted his driver as saying 7 terrorists with * cuff kidnapped him. In response, the attorney general posted a second video to say he was speaking freely.

World news from BBC.

Two former Kenyan ministers have appeared before the International Criminal Court in Hague for hearing and decide if they should stand trial for crimes against humanity. William Ruto and Henry Kosgey deny allegations that they incited violence that nearly killed 1200 people after the disputed 2007 election.

Europe's human right chief has accused European governments of complicity in what he called American crimes during the war on terror. With details, here is Ristol Pooker.
*, the human rights commission of the Council of the Europe discribes the US role in terrorism a systematic violation of human rights. And he says European governments were deeply complicited in this. They had cooperated in a program of renditions that so suspects being flown to third countries to be tortured and then had to sought to conceal their participation. Mr. * said the 10th anniversary of 911 attacks should lead to an urgent re-think of mis-judged and failed counter-terrorism policy.

Health authorities in Guatemala say nearly twice as many unsuspecting Guatemalans were included in medical experiments carried out by US scientists in the 1940s than previously thought. The president of medical association of Guatemala * said up to 2.5 thousand prisoners, psychiatric patients and orphans were deliberately infected with sexual transmitted diseases during penicillin studies. Doctor * said the US run the program while German Nazi doctors were being trailed for experimenting with typhus and malaria on prisoners of war.

Reports from several cities in China said the number of cesarean births were sharply last week with many women aiming to have their babies before the annual cutoff day for school enrollment. One hospital said its cesarean deliveries were more than double than normal. Children who are 6 years old by the end of August can start school in September. But those with September birthdays have to wait another year.

BBC News.

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BBC News with Kathy Clugston.

Leaders from 63 countries have met the top officials in Libya’s National Transitional Council to map out the future for the country. Speaking at the conference in Paris, the co-hosts, the British Prime Minister David Cameron and the French President Nicolas Sarkoz said there were unanimous supports to continue NATO air strikes for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remained a threat. Mr. Cameron paid tributes to the conduct of Libyan opposition.

Some people warned, as Gaddafi himself did, that the Libyan people could not be trusted with freedom, that without Gaddafi there would be chaos. Some people thought that chaos was started the moment the regime fell. So what we are seeing emerging now in Libya, despite the years of repression and the trauma of recent days and months, is immensely impressed.

Mr. Cameron said all countries had agreed to ask the Untied Nations for permission to unfreeze all Libyan assets. The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said the top priority was to provide Libyans with medicine, fuel, food and water. The NTC president Mustapha Abdeljelil said the people of Libya now had to seek reconciliation and forgiveness and respect the rule of law. A senior NTC official has told the BBC that tribal leaders in Colonel Gaddafi’s hometown of Sirte will be given another week to persuade his troops to surrender. The NTC says that many prominent members of Gaddafi’s government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in. Paul Wood reports.

The rebels believed that Colonel Gaddafi is not in Sirte. And therefore, they can afford to wait to take the town. Tribal leaders will have until September 10th to persuade the loyalist troops in Sirte to give up their weapons. In that time, the rebels will be keeping up the pressure. They intend to cut off the water and electricity to Sirte and also crucially to advance close to it.

In a new audio message, Colonel Gaddafi said he was ready for a long battle even if Libya burned.

Syrian security forces are reported to have made many arrests in Hama in their search for a top legal official there who announced his resignation in a video posted on the internet on Wednesday. The official, Adnan Bakkour, said he was resigning because of crimes against humanity by government forces. But the government has issued its own version of why he’s speaking out. Here’s Owen Bennett-Jones’ reports.

There are two entirely contradictory accounts of Mr. Bakkour’s current situation. The opposition says he broke ranks with the government on Monday and then issued a video statement in which he claimed amounts of other things that there were hundreds of bodies in mass graves in the public parks in the city of Hama. But the official Syrian News agency insist that the attorney general’s statement was made at a gun point and has quoted his driver’s saying, seven terrorists with clash ** kidnapped him. In response, the attorney general posted a second video to say he was speaking freely.

World News from the BBC.

Two former Kenyan ministers have appeared before the International Criminal Court in the Hague for hearings that will decide if they should stand trial for crimes against humanity. William Ruto and Henry Kosgey deny allegations that they incited violence that nearly killed 1200 people after they disputed the 2011 election.

Europe’s Human rights chief has accused European governments of complicity in what he called American crimes during the war on terror. With the details, here is **.

Thomas Hammarberg, the Human Rights Commissioner of the Council of Europe, describes the US war on terror is a systematical violation of human rights. And he says European governments were deeply complicit in this. They had cooperated in a program of rendition that saw suspects being flown to third countries to be tortured and had then sought to conceal their participation. Mr. Hammarberg said that tenth anniversary of the 9.11 attacks should lead to an urgent rethink of the misjudged and failed counter-terrorism policy.

Health authorities in Guatemala says nearly twice as many unsuspecting Guatemalans were included in medical experiments carried out by US scientists in the 1940s than previously thought. The president of the medical association of Guatemala Carlos Mejia said up to 2500 prisoners, psychiatric patients and orphans were deliberately infected with sexually transmitted diseases during penicillin studies. Doctor Mejia said the US ran the program while German Nazi doctors were being tried for experimenting with typhus and malaria on prisoners of war.

Reports from several cities in China said the number of caesarean births rose sharply last week with many women aiming to have their babies before the annual cut-off day for school enrolment. One hospital said its caesarean delivers were than double the norm. Children who are six years old by the end of August can start school in September but those with September birthdays have to wait another year.

BBC News.
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[Homework]BBC 2011-09-02

BBC news from--
Leaders from 63 countries have met the top offfcials and Libya's natioanl transitional counsil to make --future for the country. Speaking afer the conference and parras, the cohost, the British prime minister David-and the French president --said there was --support to continue natol airstrikes for as long as Gadhafi remainded the threat. Mr. -to the conduct of the Libyan opposition.
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Leaders from 63 countries have met the top officials in Libya’s National Transitional Council to map outfor a future for the country. Speaking after the conference in Paris, the co-host, the British Prime Minister David Cameron and the French President Nicolas Sarcozy said there was unanimous support to continue NATO airstrikes for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remained a threat. Mr. Cameron paid tribute to the conduct of the Libyan opposition.

Some people warned, as Gaddafi himself did, that the Libyan people could not be trusted with freedom, that without Gaddafi, there would be chaos, some people thought that chaos would start the moment the regime fell. So what we are seeing emerging now in Libya? Despite the years of repression and the trauma of recent days and months, is immensely impression.

Mr. Cameron said all countries had agreed to ask the UN for permission to unfreeze all Libyan assets. The UN Secretary General Ban-Ki-Moon said the top priority was to provide Libyans with medicine, fuel, food and water. The NTC President, Mustafa Abdul Jalil, said the people of Libya now had to seek reconciliation and forgiveness and respect the rule of law. A senior NTC official has told the BBC that tribe leaders in Colonel Gaddafi’s town of Sirte would be given another week to persuade his troops to surrender, the NTC says that many permanent members of Gaddafi’s government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in. Paul Wood reports.

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[Homework]BBC 2011-09-02

BBCnews with CK.
Leaders from 63 countries met the top leaders from the Lybian  transsitional council to map out the future for the country. Speaking  after the counference in Paris, the co-hosts British Prime Minister DC  and French Presiden NS said there was unanimous support to continue NATO  airstrike as long as CQ remained a threat.Mr. Camoron pays tribute to  the conduct of Lybian opposition.

some people warned, as Q himself did, the Lybian  people counld not be trusted with freedom, that without Q there would be  chaos. somt people think the chaos would start the moment the regime  fail. so what we are seeing emerging now in Lybia, despite of years of  repression and trauma of recent days and months, is immensely  impressive.
Camoron said all countries had agreeed to ask permission from the UN to  unfree all the Lybian assets. The UN secretary General Ban-ki-Moon said  the top priority was to provided Lybians with medicine, fuel ,food, oil,  and water. The anti-C president M said the Lybian people not  had to  seek recosonlation and forgivenness in respect to the rule of law.
A senior anti-C official has told BBC, the tribal leaders and CQ's  hometown of S will be given another week to persuade his troops to  surrender. The anti-C's and many prominent members of CQ's goverment  have been in contacts to decuss how to give themselves in. PW reports.
The rebels believe that CQ is not in S, and therefore they can afford to  wait to take the time. Tribal leaders will have time to September 10 to  persuade the loyest troop in S to give up their weapons. In that time,  the rebels will be keeping up the pressure. They intend to cut the water  and electricity to S and also crucially to advance closer to it.
In his new audio message, CQ said he is ready for a long battle even if Lybia burned.
  
  
Syrian security forces report have met many arrests in Hamas, in a  search of top legal official there, whose announced resination vedio  posted on website. the official  B said he was resinging because of  crimes against humanity by goverment forces. But the goverment has  issued  its own version of why he speaking arts. It is OB 's reports.
  
There are two entirely contradicatory  accounts of Mr. B's current  situation,  the opposition sys  Mr. broke ranks with the goverment on  Monday and then issued a vedio statment in which he claimed most of the  things that there were hundreds of bodies in the mass graves in the  public parks in the city of Hama. But the official Syrian news agency  insist that the entirely general statment was made at gun point, and  quoted his driver who is saying  7 terrorists crashed his car and  kidnapped him. In response, the internal  general posted a second vedio  to say he was speaking freely.
World news from the BBC.
  
Two former Canian ministers have appeared before the international  criminal court in Hegg for hearings that will decide official stand  trial for crimes against humanity. W and  H denied allegations that they  incited violence that nearly killed 1200 people after the disputed 2007  election.
  
Euro's human rights chief has accused European leaders of complicity in  what he called American crimes during war on terror. With the details,  here is RP.
D , the human right commision of the council of Europe, described the  US  war on terrorism a systematic violations of human rights and He  says  European goverments deeply werecomplicited  this. They had  cooperated in a program of renditions that so suspect being  flown  to  other countries to be tortured and had then sought to conceal all  their  participation. Mr. said the 10th anniversary of the 911 attacks should  urge an rethink of the misudged and failed counter-terrorism policy.
  
Health authority in G say nearly twice as unsuspected  G were included  in medical experiments carried out by US scientist in the 1940s than  previously thought.  the president of the medical association of  G, CM  said up to 2.5000 prisoners, psychiotrics  and orphens were deliberately  effected in sexually transitted diseases during studies. Doctor M said  the US run the program while German Nazi doctors were being trialed for  experiement of typhus and malaria on proisioners of war.
  
Reports from several cities in China say the  number of caesarean birth  will shock last week, as many women want to have their baby before  annual  cut off day for scholl enrollment. A hospital says the number of  caesareean birth is double the norm. Children of 6 years old by the end  of September can start scholl in September, but those with September  bithdays have to wait another year.
BBC news.                  
                                                    
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[Homework]BBC 2011-09-02

BBC News with Kathy Cluston.
Leaders from 63 countries have met the top officials in Libya's National Transitional Council to map out future for the country. Speaking after the conference in Paris, the co-hosts, the British Prime Minister David Cameron and the French President Nicolas S, said they were to unanimous support to continue NATO air strikes for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remain under threat. Mr. Cameron paid tribute to the conduct of the Libyan opposition.
Some people warned, as Gaddafi himself did, that the Libyan people could not be trusted with freedom. That without Gaddafi, that would be chaos. Some people thought that chaos would start at the moment, the regime fell. So what we were seeing emerging now in Libya, despite the years of repression and the trauma of recent days in months, is immensely impression.
Mr. Cameron said all countries had agreed to ask the United Nations for permission to unfreeze all Libyan assets. The UN secretary general Ban Ki Moon said the top priority was to provide Libyans with medicine, fuel, food and water. The NTC president M A said the people of Libya now have to seek reconciliation and forgiveness and respect the real of law. A senior NTC official has told the BBC that tribe leaders and Colonel Gaddafi's hometown of S would be given another week to persuade his troops to surrender. The NTC says that many prominent members of Gaddafi's government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in. Paul Wood reports.
The rebels believe that Colonel Gaddafi is not in S and therefore they can fought to wait to take the time. Tribal leaders will have until September 10th to persuade the loyalists trip in S to give up their weapons. In that time, the rebels will be keeping up the pressure. They intend to cut off the water and electricity to S and also crucilly to advance close to it.
In a new audio message, Colonel Gaddafi said he was ready to for a long battle even as Libya burned.
Syrian security forces are reported to have made many arrests in Hama in their search for a top legal official there who announced his resignation in a video posted on the Internet on Wednesday. The official Adnan B said he was resigning because of crimes against humanity by government forces. But the government has issued its own version of why he speaking out as Owen B Jones reports.
They are two entirely contradictory accounts of Mr. B's current situation. The opposition says he broke ranks with the government on Monday, and then issued a video statement in which he claimed amount of other things that there were hundreds of bodies in mass graves in a public park in the city of Hama. But the official Syrian news agency insisted that the attorney general statement was made under gunpoint, and it has quoted his driver were saying seven terrorists with clash ** kidnapped him. In response, attorney general posted a second video to say he was speaking freely.
World News from the BBC.
Two former Kenyan ministers have appeared before the international criminal court in the H for hearing that will decided official stand trial for crimes against humanity. William R and Henry K deny allegations that they incited violence that nearly killed 1200 people after the disputed 2007 election.
Europe's human rights chief has accused European governments of complicity in what he called American crimes during the war on terror. With the details, here's R.
Thomas **, the human rights commissioner of the council of Europe, described the US war on terror as a systematic violation of human rights, and he says European governments were deeply complicity in this. They had cooperated in a programme of renditions that so suspects been flown to third countries to be tortured and had then thought to conceal their participation. Mr. H said the tenth anniversary of the 9.11 attacks should lead to an urgent rethink of the misjudged and failed counter terrorism policy.  
Health authorities in ** say nearly twice as many on suspecting ** were included in medical experiments carried out by US scientists in the 1940's than previously thought. The president of **, Carlos M, said up to 2500 prisoners, psychiatric patients and orphans were deliberately infected with sexually transmitted disease during Penicillin studies. Doctor M said the US run the program while German ** doctors were being tried for experiment with typhus and malaria on prisoners of war. Reports form several cities in China said the number of cesarean birth rose sharply last week with many women aiming to have their babies before the annual cut off day for school enrollment. One hospital said it's cesarean deliveries were more than double than norm. Children who are six years old by the end of August can start school in September, but those with September birthdays have to wait another year.
BBC News.

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[Homework]BBC 2011-09-02

1. Leaders from 60 countries have met the top officials in Libyan National Transitional Council to map out the future for the country. speaking after the conference in Paris, the Co-host the British Prime Minister David Cameron, and Franch president Nigola Sakozi, said there were unanimous support to continue NATO air strikes for as long as Colonel Qaddafi remain the threat. Mr. Cameron pay tribute to the conductor of the Libya opposition.Some people warned as Qaddafi himself dead, that the Libya people could not be trusted with freedom, that without Qaddafi, there would be chaos. some people thought that chaos will start the moment the regime fell. so what we are now seeing emerging now in Libya. despite the years of repression, and traumas of recent days and months, is immensely impressive.
Mr. Cameron said all countries had agreed to ask the United Nations the permission to unfreeze all Libya's assets. The UN secretary general Bangimoon, said the top priority was to provide Libyan with medicine, fuel, food and water. The NTC president, Mr Abdoula ** said the people of Libya now had to seek reconciliation and forgiveness and respect to rule of law. The senior NTC official has told BBC the tribe leaders and Colonel Qaddafi's hometown Sirte will be given another week to persuade their troop to surrender. The NTC says many prominent members of Qaddafi's government have been in contact with **. ** reports.
The rebels believe that Colonel Qaddafi is not in Sirte. And therefor they can afford to wait to take the time. Tribal leaders will have until to September 10th to persuade the loyalists troop to give up their weapons. In that time, the rebels will be keeping up the pressure. They entirely cut off the water and electricity to Sirte, and also crucially to advance close to it.
In a new audio message Colonel Qaddafi said he was ready for a long battle even if Libya burned.
2. Syrian security forces are reported to have met with many arrests in Harma in their search for a top league official there, who announced his resignation in a vidio posted on the internet on Wednsday. The official **, said he was resigning because of crimes against humanity by the government forces. but the government has issued its own version of why he speaking out,as ** reports.
There are two entirely contradictory accounts Mr. **'s current situation. The opposition says he broke ranks with the government on Monday, and then issued a video statement in which he claimed among other things that there were hundreds of bodies in mass graves in the public parks in the city of Harma. But the official Syrian News Agency insist the Attorney General statement was made at gunpoint, and quoted his drivers saying 7 terrorists with Kalashnikov kidnapped him. In response, the Attorney General posted a second video to say he was speaking freely.


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[Homework]BBC 2011-09-02

BBC news with XXX
Leaders from 63 countries have met top officials in Libya's National Transitional Council to map the future of the country.Speaking after the conference in Paris, the co-hosts: the British Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Nicolas Sokozy said it was .... support to continue NATO airstrikes for as long as Col. Gaddafi remained threat. Mr. Cameron paid tribute to the conduct to the Libyan opposition.Some people warned as Gaddafi himself did that Libyan people could not be trusted with freedom; that without Gaddafi, that would be chaos.Some people thought that chaos would start the moment the regime fell.So what we see emerging in Libya, despite years of repression and ... of recent days and months, is immensely impressive.
Mr. Cameron said all countries should agree to ask the United Nations for permission to unfreeze tall Libyan assets. The top UN secretary general XXX said the top priority was to provide medicine, fuel, food and water.The NTC president XXX said the people of Libya ... reconciliation and forgiveness and respect the rule of law.A senior NTC official has told the BBC that tribe leaders in Col.Gaddafi's hometown of Surt will be given another week to persuade his troops to surrender.The NTC says many prominent members of Gaddafi's government have been in contact to discuss handing themselves in.Paul Woods reports.
The rebels believed Col.Gaddafi is not in Surt, and therefore they can afford to wait to take the town.Tribal leaders will have until September 10th to persuade loyalist troops in Surt to give up their weapons.In that time, the rebels will keep up the pressure.They intend to cut off the water and electricity to Surt, and also XXX to advance closer to it.
In a new audio message, Col.Gaddafi said he was ready for a long battle, even if the Libya burned.
Syrian security forces are reported to have ...many ... in Hama in their such for top illegal official who announced recognition in a video posted on the Internet on Wednesday.The official,XXX said he was resigning because the crime against humanity by government forces.But the government had ... it over ... why he's speaking ...XXX reports.
There are two entirely contradicts .... Mr.XXX's current situation.The opposition says he brokes ranks with the government on Monday and they shot video statement in which he claimed amongst other things that there were hundreds of bodies in mass graves in the public parks in the city of Hama.But the official Syria news agency insists that e... Journal statement was made of gunpoint and he quitted his ... saying 7 terrorists was ... ,kidnapped him . In response, XXX posted a second video to say he was speaking freely.
World news from BBC.
Two former Kenyan ministers have appeared before the International Criminal Court in Hague for hearing that will decide official stance trial fro crimes against humanity.XXX and XXX denied allegations that they sight the violence that nearly killed 1200 people after they disbuted 270 election.
Europe's human right chief has accued European governments of complicity in what they called American crimes during the war on terror.With details, here's XXX
XXX , the human rights commisioner of the council in Europe described the US war on terrorists insists ...violation of human rights and he says European governments were deeply complicited in this.They have cooperated in programme of ...s, that saw suspects being flown to third countries to be tortured and have thought to concealed the participation.Mr. XXX he said the tense of ... about 11 attacks should leade to an urgent rethink of mischarged、failed ... policy.
Health authorities in Guatemala say nearly twince as many unsuspected Guatemalans were included medical experiments carried out by US scientists in 1940's than previous thought.The President of Medical Association of Guatemala XXX said up 250,000 prisoners pschyotric patients and orphans were deliberately infected with sexually diseases during Pennsylvania Studies.Doctor XXX says the US run the programm, while German XXX doctors were being tried for experimenting XXX on prisoners of war.
Reports from several cities in China said the number of S birth ... shopping last week, with many women aiming to hug babies before annual cut of the day for school ...One hospital said it's ... delivery for more than double than norm.Children who are 6 years old by the end of August can start school in September. But those with September birthdays have to wait another year.
BBC news.

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