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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald

A Greek government spokesman says the leaders of Greece, Germany and France have agreed that Greece will remain in the eurozone, despite market speculation that it might default on its debts. Gavin Hewitt reports from Brussels.

The leaders of Greece, France and Germany have held an emergency conference call. They discussed the Greek debt crisis and the risk that Greece might default. The Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou told the other two leaders that Greece was determined to meet all its obligations and so qualified for fresh funding. He said that recent austerity measures will help Greece reach its spending targets and reduce its deficit. According to a Greek government spokesman, the three leaders all agreed that Greece would remain part of the eurozone. France and Germany said they are convinced Greece belongs in the euro.

The Italian parliament has given final approval to an austerity package. It aims to reduce Italy's deficit by more than $70bn over three years. The bill's passage through the Italian parliament exposed deep divisions in Mr Berlusconi's coalition and triggered street protests. Opponents of the package clashed with police outside the parliament.

Senior political figures from within the Nato alliance are heading to Libya to meet its new leadership following the ousting of Colonel Gaddafi. An American envoy, Jeffrey Feltman, who's already in Tripoli, has promised strong US support for Libyan efforts to build a new democratic country.

"The United States respects Libya's sovereignty. A guiding principle of our partnership with the Libyan people will always be respect for Libya's independence and sovereignty. This was a victory for the Libyan people, and Libya's destiny must be decided by Libyans alone."

French media, meanwhile, are reporting that President Sarkozy will travel to Tripoli on Thursday to meet representatives of the National Transitional Council. The reports say he'll then fly to the eastern city of Benghazi, where he intends to deliver a speech in Liberty Square. From Paris, here's Christian Fraser.

President Sarkozy is still at record lows in the polls. Foreign policy, crucial as it is for a president's image, does not win elections, but the liberation of Tripoli presents an opportunity. And Mr Sarkozy wants the world to know that France has succeeded while the US failed in Iraq. It's said he will visit a hospital in Tripoli before meeting leaders of the NTC. Mr Sarkozy will be accompanied by philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy, whom many see as the driving force behind Mr Sarkozy's decision to press ahead with military action.

A former head of Colombia's intelligence agency has been jailed for 25 years for collaborating with right-wing paramilitaries. Jorge Noguera was convicted of helping death squads to infiltrate the intelligence agency and murder an opposition activist. He was also found to have wiped information on paramilitaries and drug traffickers from agency files.

World News from the BBC

An aluminium producer in Hungary has been fined almost $650m over last year's spill of toxic sludge, which killed 10 people and caused serious environmental damage. A government statement said the size of the fine reflected the unprecedented amount of damage caused by the red toxic mud. The spill occurred when a chemical waste reservoir was breached.

Pirates in West Africa have kidnapped 23 sailors and seized their oil tanker in waters near the capital of Benin, Cotonou. Reports say the pirates struck as the Cypriot-flagged vessel tried to transfer its cargo of crude oil to a Norwegian-registered ship. The International Maritime Bureau, which tracks piracy worldwide, says the pirates sailed away with the Cypriot tanker.

Police in Haiti have used tear gas to disperse hundreds of protesters demanding the withdrawal of United Nations peacekeeping troops from the country. The clashes happened outside the presidential palace in the capital Port-au-Prince. The protests were triggered by allegations that UN troops from Uruguay raped a Haitian man.

The American space agency Nasa has unveiled its design for a huge new rocket to carry astronauts to the Moon, the planet Mars and beyond. The new rocket and its Orion capsule are expected to cost $16bn, and the first test flight is due to take place in six years' time. Our science correspondent Jonathan Amos.

America's pride has been hurt since the retirement of the space shuttle in July. Today, it has no means of getting its astronauts into orbit, and it must buy or barter seats on Russian rockets if it wants to send people to the space station. The new Space Launch System is an attempt to redraw the exploration vision. It calls for a rocket that is taller and more powerful than the moon shot rockets of the 1960s and 70s, and capable of putting in orbit, the equipment needed to send people to Mars, five times the payload that could be carried on a single shuttle mission.

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BBC News with * Donald
  A Greece government spokesman says the leaders of Greece , Germany and France agree the Greece * in the Euro-Zone. The * markets speculations * to its death.
Gavin Hu* reports from Brussels.
  The leaders of Greece, France and Germany have held an emergency conference call. They discuss the Greece dead crisis and risk of Greece might default. The Greece Premier Minister * told the other two leaders the Greece was determine to meet all the obligations and so qualify for fresh funding. He said the recent storage methods will help Greece reach its spending target and reduce its deficit. According to the Greece government spokesman, the three leaders all agree the Greece would remain a part of the Euro-Zone. France and Germany said they convince Greece belongs in the Euro.
  The Italian Parliament has given the final approval to the sta* package, it aims to reduce Italy deficit by more than 17 millions dollars over three years. The bill package to the Italian Parliament expose deep divisions in Belluskni Coalition and trigger street protests. Opponents of the package clash with police outside the Parliament.
  Senior political figures from within NATO allies head in Libya to meet the new leadership following the ousting of Colonel Gaddafi. And American * has already in Tripoli, has promise strong US support for Libyan efforts to build new democratic country. United States respects Libya Sovereignty. A guiding proposal for partnership with Libyan people will always be respected in Libya independence and sovereignty. This was victory for the Libyan people. The Libya destiny must be decided by Libyans alone
  France media * reports President Sarkozy will travel to Tripoli on Thursday to meet the representatives of National Transitional Council. Reports say he then will fly to the eastern city Benghazi and will intense to deliver speech in Liberty square. From Paris Cristin Freezer.
  President Sarkozy still record low foreign policy, crucial * for president immediate reelections but the liberation of Tripoli presents an opportunity. Mr. Sarkozy wants to world to know the France succeeded while US failed in Iraq. It's said they will visit the hospital in Tripoli before meeting the leaders of NTC. Mr. Sarkozy will be accompanied by philosopher * many years driving force behind Mr.Sarkozy decision to press head with military action
  A former header of Columbia intelligence agency has been jailed for twenty-five years for collaborate with * military. * was convicted helping death court to * the intelligence agency and murder opposition activists. He was also found * information of Parliamentary and drug trafficker from agency files.
  World News From the BBC.
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BBC news with Fiona MacDonald.

A Greek government spokesman said the leaders of Greece, Germany and France have agreed that Greece will remain in the euro zone despite market speculation that it might default on its debts. Gavin Hewitt reports from Brussels.

The leaders of Greece, France and Germany have held an emergency conference call. They discussed Greece debt crisis and the risk that Grace might default. The Greek prime minister George Papandreou told the other two leaders that Greece was determined to meet all its obligations and so qualified for fresh funding. He said that recent austerity measures will help Greece reach its spending target and reduce its deficit. According to a Greek government spokesman the 3 leaders all agree that Greece will remain part of the euro zone. France and Germany said that they are convinced Greece belongs in the euro.

The Italian parliament has given a final approval to an austerity package. It aims to reduce Italy's deficit by more than $6b over 3 years. The bill's passage through the Italian parliament exposed deep divisions in Mr Berlusconi's coalition and triggered street protests. Opponents of the package clash with police outside the parliament.

Senior political figures from within the Nato alliance are heading to Libya to meet its new leadership following the ousting of colonel Gaddafi. An American envoy  Jeffrey Feltman  who's already in Tripoli has promised strong US support for Libyan efforts to build a new democratic country .

"United States respects Libyan sovereignty. A guiding principle of our partnership with Libyan people will always be respected for Libya's independence and sovereignty. This was a victory for Libyan people and Libya's destiny must be decided by Libyans alone".

French media meanwhile are reporting that president Sarkozy will travel to Tripoli on Thursday to meet representatives of the National Transitional Council. The reports say he'll then fly to the eastern city of Benghazi where he intends to deliver a speech in Liberty Square. From Paris, here's Christian Fraser.

President Sarkozy is still at record lows in the polls. Foreign policy, crucial as it is for a president's image does not win elections. But the liberation of Tripoli presents an opportunity and Mr Sarkozy wants the world to know that France succeeded when US failed in Iraq. It's said he will visit a hospital in Tripoli before meeting leaders of the NTC. Mr Sarkozy will be accompanied by philosopher Bernald Henri-Levy whom many sees as the driving force behind Mr Sarkozy's decision to press ahead with military action.

A former head of Colombia's Intelligence Agency has been jailed for 25 years for collaborating with right-wing paramilitaries. Jorge Noguera was convicted of helping death squads to infiltrate the Intelligence Agency and murder an opposition activist. He was also found of wide information on paramilitaries and drug traffikers from agency's files.

World news from the BBC.

An aluminium producer in Hungary has been fined almost $650m over last year's spill of toxic sludge which killed 10 people and caused serious environmental damage. A government statement said the size of the fine reflected the unprecedented amount of damage caused by the red toxic mud. The spill occured when a chemical waste reservoir was breached.

Pirates in west Africa have kidnapped 23 sailors and seized their oil tanker in waters near the capital of Benin Cotonou . Reports say the pirates struck as the Cyprus-flagged vessel tried to transfer its cargo of crude oil to a Nowegian- registered ship. The International Maritime Bureau which tracks piracy worldwide says the pirates sealed a way with the x tanker.

Police in Haiti have used tear gas to disperse hundreds of protesters demanding a withdrawl of United Nation's Peace-keeping Troops from the country. The clashed happened outside the presidential palace in the capital  Port-au-Prince . A protest was trigged by allegations that UN troops from Uryguay raped a Haitian mam.

The American Space Agency NASA has unveiled its design for a huge new rocket to carry astronauts to the moon, the planet Mars and beyond. The new rocket and its Orion capsule are expected to cost $16b and the first test flight is due to take place in 6 years time. Our science correspondent Jonathan Amos .

America's pride has been hurt since the retirement of the space shuttle in July. Today it has no means of getting its astronauts into orbit and it must buy or butt a seat on Russian rockets if it wants to send people to the space station. The new space launch system is an attempt to redraw the exploration vision. It calls for a rocket that its tours are more powerful than the Moonshot rocket of the 1960s and 1970s and capable of putting in orbit, the equippment needed to send people to Mars, five times the payload that could be carried on a single shuttle machine.

BBC news.
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald

A Greek government spokesman says the leaders of Greece, Germany and France have agreed the Greece will remain in the Euro Zone despite market speculation that it might default in its debts. Gavin Hewitt reports from Brussels.

The leaders of Greece, France and Germany have held an emergency conference call. They discussed the Greek debt crisis and the risk that Greece might default. The Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou told the other two leaders that Greece will determine to meet all its obligations and so qualify for fresh funding. He said that recent austerity measures will help Greece reach its spending targets and reduce its deficit. According to a Greek government spokesman, the three leaders all agree that Greece would remain part of the Euro Zone. France and Germany said they are convinced Greece belongs in the Euro.

The Italian parliament has given final approval to an austerity package. It aims to reduce Italy's deficit by more than 70 billion dollars over three years. The bills passage through the Italian parliament expose deep devisions in Mr. Berlusconi's coalition and triggered street protests. Opponents of the package clash with police outside the parliament.

Senior political figures from within the NATO alliance are heading to Libya to meet its new leadership following the ousting of Colonel Gaddafi. An American envoy Jeffrey Feltman, who's already in Tripoli has promised strong US support for Libyan efforts to build a new democratic country.

United States respects Libyan sovereignty. A guiding principle of our partnership with the Libyan people will always be respected for Libyan independence and sovereignty. This was a victory for the Libyan people and Libya's destiny must be decided by Libyans alone.

French media meanwhile are reporting that President Sarkozy will travel to Tripoli on Thursday to meet representatives of the National Transitional Council. The reports say he will then fly to the eastern city of Benghazi where he intends to deliver a speech in Liberty Square. From Pairs, here is Christian Fraser.

President Sarkozy is still at record lows in the polls, foreign policy, crucial as it is for a president's image does not win elections. But the Liberation of Tripoli presents a opportunity and Mr. Sarkozy wants to world to know that France's succeeded when the US failed in Iraq. It' said he will visit a hospital in Tripoli before meeting leaders of the NTC. Mr. Sarkozy will be accompanied by philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy, who many see is the driving force behind Mr. Sarkozy's decision to press ahead with military action.

A former head of the Colombia's Intelligence Agency has been jailed for 25 years for collaborating with right wing paramilitaries. Jorge Noguera was convicted of helping death squads to infiltrate the intelligence agency and murder an opposition activist. He was also found of wiped information on paramilitaries and drug traffickers from agency files.

World News from the BBC

An aluminium producer in Hungry has been fined almost 650 million dollars over last year's spill of toxic sludge which killed ten people and caused serious environmental damage. A government statement said the size of the fine reflected the unprecedented amount of damage caused by the red toxic mud. The spill occurred when a chemical waste reservoir was breached.

Pirates in West Africa have kidnapped 23 sailers and seized their oil tanker in waters near the capital of Benin. Reports say the pirates struck as the  Cyprus-flagged vessel try to transfer its cargo of crude oil to an Norwegian registered ship. The International Maritime Bureau which tracks piracy worldwide says the pirates sailed away with the Cyprus-tanker.

Police in Haiti have used teargas to disperse hundreds of protesters demanding a withdrawal of United Nations peacekeeping troops on the country. The clashes happened outside the presidential palace in the capital Port-au-Prince. The protests were triggered by allegations that UN troops from Uruguay raped a Haitian mam.

The American space agency NASA has unveiled a design for a huge new rocket to carry astronauts to the moon, the planet Mars and beyond. The new rocket and its Orion capsule are expected to cost sixteen billion dollars and the first test flight is due to take place in six years time. Our science correspondent Jonathan Amors.

America's pride has been hurt since the retirement of the space shuttle in July. Today it has no means of getting its astronauts in to orbit and it must buy a butt of seats on Russian rockets if it wants to send people to the space station. The new space launch system is an attempt to redraw the exploration vision. It calls for a rocket that is taller and more powerful than the moon shock rockets of the 1960s and 1970s and capable of putting in orbit, the equipment needed to send people to Mars five times the payload that could be carried on the single shuttle mission.

BBC News
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BBC News with Fiona MacDonald

A Greek government spokesman says the leaders of Greece, Germany and France have agreed that Greece will remain in the eurozone despite market's speculation that it might default on its debts. Gavin Hewitt reports from Brussels.
The leaders of Greece, France and Germany have held an emergency conference call. They discussed the Greek debt crisis and the risk that Greece might default. The Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou told the other two leaders that Greece was determined to meet all its obligations and so qualified for fresh funding. He said that recent austerity measures will help Greece reach its spending targets and reduce its deficit. According to a Greek government spokesman, the three leaders all agreed that Greece would remain part of the eurozone. France and Germany said they're convinced Greece belongs in the euro.

The Italian parliament is giving final approval to an austerity package. It aims to reduce Italy's deficit by more than $70bn over three years. The bill's passage through the Italian parliament exposed deep divisions in Mr. Berlusconi's coalition and triggered street protests. Opponents of the package clashed with the police outside the parliament.

Senior political figures from within the Nato alliance are heading to Libya to meet its new leadership following the ousting of Colonel Gaddafi. An American envoy Jeffrey Feltman, who's already in Tripoli, has promised strong US support for Libyan efforts to build a new, democratic country.
"United States respects Libya's sovereignty. A guiding principal of our partnership with the Libyan people will always be respect for Libya's independence and sovereignty. This was a victory for Libyan people, and Libya's destiny must be decided by Libyans alone."

French media, meanwhile, are reporting that President Sarkozy will travel to Tripoli on Thursday to meet representatives of the National Transitional Council. The reports say he'll then fly to the eastern city of Benghazi where he intends to deliver a speech in Liberty Square. From Paris, here's Christian Fraser.
President Sarkozy is still at record lows in the polls. Foreign policy, crucial as it is for a president's image does not win elections, but the liberation of Tripoli presents an opportunity. And Mr. Sarkozy wants the world know that France has succeeded while the US failed in Iraq. It's said he will visit a hospital in Tripoli before meeting leaders of the NTC. Mr. Sarkozy will be accompanied by philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy, whom many see as the driving force behind Mr. Sarkozy's decision to press ahead with military action.

A former head of Colombia's intelligence agency has been jailed for 25 years for collaborating with right-wing paramilitaries. Jorge Noguera was convicted of helping death squads to infiltrate the intelligence agency and murder an opposition activist. He was also found of * information on paramilitaries and drug traffickers from agency files.

World News from the BBC

An aluminum producer in Hungary has been fined almost $650m over last year's spill of toxic sludge, which kill ten people and caused serious environmental damage. A government statement said the size of the fine reflected the unprecedented amount of damage caused by the red toxic mud. The spill occurred when a chemical waste reservoir was breached.

Pirates in West Africa have kidnapped 23 sailors and seized their oil tanker in waters near the capital of Benin Cotonou. Reports say the pirates struck as the Cyprus-flagged vessel tried to transfer its cargo of crude oil to a Norwegian-registered ship. The International Maritime Bureau, which tracks piracy worldwide, says the pirates sailed away with the Cypriot tanker.

Police in Haiti have used tear gas to disperse hundreds of protesters demanding withdrawal of United Nations peacekeeping troops from the country. The clash has happened outside the presidential palace in the capital Port au Prince. The protests were triggered by allegations that UN troops from Uruguay raped a Haitian man(这个亮了。。。).

The America space agency NASA has unveiled its design for a huge new rocket to carry astronauts to the Moon, the planet Mars and beyond. The new rocket and its Orion capsule are expected to cost $16bn, and the fresh test flight is due to take place in six years' time. Our science correspondent Jonathan Amos.
America's pride has been hurt since the retirement of the space shuttle in July. Today, it has no means of getting its astronauts into orbit, and it must buy or * seats on Russian rockets if it wants to send people to the space station. The new Space Launch System is an attempt to redraw the exploration vision. It calls for a rocket that is taller and more powerful than the moon shot rockets of the 1960s and 1970s, and capable of putting in orbit the equipment needed to send people to Mars – five times the payload that could be carried on a single shuttle machine.

BBC News
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BBC News with Fion MacDonald

A Greek government spokesman said the leaders of Greece, Germany and France have agreed that the Greece will remain in  the euro zone despite market speculation that might default its debt. G reports from Brussels:

"The leaders of Greece, France and Germany have held an emergency conference call, they discussed the Greece debt crisis and the risk that Greece might default. The Greek Prime Minister George P told the other two leaders that Greece was determined to meet all its obligations and so qualify for fresh funding. He said the recent austerity package will help Greece reach a spending target and reduce its deficit. According to a Greek government spokesman, the three leaders all agree that Greece will remain part of the euro zone. France and Germany says they are convinced that Greece belongs in the euro."

The Italian governmetn has given a final approval to an austerify package. It aims to reduce Italy's deficit by more than 70b dollars over 3 years. The bill's passage through the Italian parliament exposes deep division in Mr Berusconi's coalition and triggers street protest. Opponents of the package clashed with the police outside the parliament.

Senior political figures from the Nato alliance are heading to Libya to meet its new leadership following the ousting of Colonel Gaddafi. An American envoy Jeffy Faultman who's already in Tripoli has promised a new strong US support for Libyan efforts to build a new Democratic Country.

"United States respects Libyan sovereignty. A guiding principle of our partnership is that Libyan people will always be respected for Libay independence and sovereignty. This was a victory for Libyan people and Libya's destinies must by decided by Libyans alone.

French media are meanwhile reporting that President Sakozi will travel to Tripoli on Thursday to meet representatives of the National Transitional Council. The reports says he will then fly to the eastern city of Benghazi where he intends to deliver a speech in liberty square. From Paris here is C:

"President Sakozi is still at record low in the polls. Foreign policy, crucial as it is,   President's image does not win elections. But the Liberation of Tripoli presents an opportunity. Mr Sakozi wanted the World to know that France has succeeded while the US failed in Iraq. It said he will visit a hospital in Tripoli before meeting leaders of the NTC. Mr Sakozi will be accompanied by philosopher B whom many sees as the driving force behind Mr Sakozi's decision to press ahead with millitary action."

The former head of the Columbia's Intelligence Agency has been jailed for 25 years for collaborating with right-wing paramillitaries.   was convicted of helping death squads to infiltrate the Intelligence Agency and murder an opposition activists. He was also found of wiping information on paramillitaries and drug traffickers from  agency files.

World News from the BBC

An allumium producer in Hungary has been fined almost 650m dollars over last year's spill of toxic sludge which killed ten people and caused serious enviromental damage. A government statesman said the size of the fine reflects the unprecedented amount of damage caused by the red toxic mud. The spill occured when a chemical waste reservoire was breached.

Pirates in west Africa have kidnapped 23 sailors and seized their oil tanker in waters near the capital    . Reports say the pirates struck as the  flat vessel tried to transfer its cargo of crude oil to a Norwegian register ship. The International Maritime Bearu which tracks piracy worldwide says the piracy sealed the way with a   tanker.

Police in Haiti have used tear gas to disperse hundreds of protesters demanding the withdrawl of United Nations's peacekeeping troops in the coutnry. The clashes happened outside the President Palace in the capital Puerto Prince. The protest was triggered by allegations that troops from    raped Hatian man.

The American Space Agency Nasa has unveiled its design for huge New rocket to carry astronauts to the moon to plan at Mars and beyond. The new rocket  are expected to cost 16b dollars and the first test flight is due to take place in 6 years time. Our science correspondent:

"America's pride has been heard since the retirement of the Space Shuttle in July. Today it has no means of getting its astranauts into orbit and it must buy or    seats on Russian rockets if it wants to send people to the space station. The new space load system is an attempt to redraw the exploration vision. It calls for a rocket that is taller and more powerful than the moonshot rockets of the 1960s and 1970s capable of putting in orbit the equipment needed to send people to Mars, five times the payload could be carried on a single shuttle mission."

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A Greek government spokensman said that * Greece,Germany and France have agreed the Greece * in the euro zone.Despite market speculation it might default its debt.* reports from Brasouls.


The leaders of Greece,France and Germany have held emergency conference call.They discussed GreeK debt crisis and risk Greece might default.The Greek prime minister * told the other two leaders that Greece was determined to meet all it's obligations and so qualified for flash founding.He said that recent all stearity measures will help Greece reach its spending targets and reach its deficit.According to a Greek government spokensman,the three leaders all agreed Greece was remain part of euro zone.France and Germany said they convinced Greece belongs in the euro.


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Senior political figures showed * NATO lines the heading to Libya to meet the new leadership following the Oustin Conleon Gaddafi.And American * in Tripoli has promised strong US support for Libya effort to build new demoncratic country.


United State respects Libya *.A guiding principal partnership with Libya people were always respected for Libya's dependence and *.This was a victory for Libya people and Libya destinate must be decided by Libyaians alone.


French media meanwhile reported the president * were travel to Tripoli on Thursday to meet represents of the national transitional council.Reports say he went fly to the eastern city of Bengazi.* delivered speech in * square.*.
President * still rack a low oppose following policy,crucial president images not win election,but liberatioons of Tripoli presents an opportunity.Mr * want the  world to know that France succeeded while the US failed in the rack.It's said he would visit a hospital in Tripoli before meeting leaders in the NTC.
Mr * will be accompanied by *.Remaining seeds driving force behind * decision to present head with military action.


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A Greek government spokesman said the leaders of Greece, Germany and France have agreed that Greece will remain in Euro Zone, despite the market speculations that might default its death. Govern Hre reports from Rassle.


The leaders of Greece, France and Germany have hold an emergency conference call. They discussed Greece crisis and risks that Greece might default. The Greece Prime Minister X told the other two leaders that Greece was determined to make all its obligations and so qualified for fresh founding. He said the recent austerity measures will help Greece reach its spending target and reduce its deficit. According to a Greek government spokesman that three leaders all agreed that Greece will remain part of Euro Zone. France and Germany said they're convinced Greece belongs in the Euro.


Italian Parliament has given final approval to an austerity package. It aims to educe its deficit by more than 70 billion dollars over three years. The bill's passage through the Italian parliament exposed deep divisions in Mr Berlusconli's coalition and triggered street protests. Opponents of the package clash with police outside the parliament.

Senior political figures from NATO alliance are heading to Libya to meet its new leadership following the ousting of Colonel Gaddafi. An American envoy Jeffrey Feltman who's already in Tripoli has promised strong US support for Libyan efforts to build a new democratic country.

United States respects Libyan sovereignty. A guiding principle for our partnership with Libyan people will always be respected for Libya's independence and sovereignty. This was a victory for Libyan people and Liby's destiny must be decided by Libyan alone.

French media meanwhile are reporting that president Sarkozy will travel to Tripoli on Thursday to meet representatives of the National Transational Council. The reports say he will then fly to the eastern city of Benghazi where he intends to deliver a speech in Liberty Square. From Paris, here's Christian Fraser.

President Sarkozy is still at record low in the polls. Foreign policy, crucial as it is for a presiden's image does not win elections. But the liberationof Tripoli presents an opportunity and Mr Sarkozy wants the world to know that Fran succeeded when US failed in Iraq.

It's said he will visit a hospital before meeting leaders of the NTC. Mr Sarkozy will be accompanied by philosopher Bernald Henri-Levy whom many sees as the driving force behind Mr Sarkozy's decision to press ahead with military action.

A fomer head of Colombia's Intelligence Agency has been jailed for 25 years for collaborating with right-wing paramilitaries. Jore Noguera was convicted of help death squads to infiltrate the intelligency agency and murder an opposition activist. He was also found of wiping information on paramiliatries and drug traffikers from agency's files.


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BBC news with Fiona McDonald

A Greek government spokesman said the leaders of Greece, Germany and France have agreed their graceful remain in the Euro Zone despite market speculation that it might default on its debts.

The leaders of Greece, France and Germany have held an emergency conference call. They discussed the Greek debt crisis and the risk that Greece might default. The Greek Prime Minister George A. Papandreou told the other two leaders that Greece was determined to meet all its obligations and so qualify for fresh funding. He said recent austerity measures will help Greece reach its spending targets and reduce its deficit. According to a Greek’s government spokesman, the three leaders all agree that Greece remain part of the Euro Zone. France and Germany said they are convinced Greece belongs in the Euro.

The Italian parliament has given final approval to an austerity package. It aims to reduce Italy’s deficit by more than $70bn over three years. The bill’s passage through the parliament exposed deep division in Mr. Berlusconi’s coalition and triggered street protests. Opponents of the package clash with police outside the parliament.

Senior political figures from within the Nato alliance are heading to Libya to meet its new leadership following the ousting of Colonel Gaddafi. An American envoy Jeffery Feldman who is already in Tripoli has promised strong US support for Libyan efforts to build a new, democratic country.

The United States respects Libya’s sovereignty. A guiding principle of our partnership with the Libyan people will always be respect to Libyan independence and sovereignty. This was a victory for Libyan people and Libya’s destiny must be decided by Libyans alone.

French media meanwhile are reporting that President Nicolas Sarkozy will travel to Tripoli on Thursday to meet representatives of Libyan national transitional council. The reports say he’ll then fly to the eastern city of Benghazi where he intends to deliver a speech in Liberty Square. From Paris, here is Christian Fraser

President Sarkozy is still at record lows in the polls. Foreign policy, crucial as it is for a president’s image does not win elections. But the liberation of Tripoli presents an opportunity. And Mr. Sarkozy wants the world to know that France has succeeded while the US failed in Iraq. It’s said that he will visit a hospital in Tripoli before meeting leaders of the NTC. Mr. Sarkozy will be accompanied by philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy who many see as the driving force behind Mr. Sarkozy’s decision to press ahead with military operation.

A former head of Colombia’s intelligence agencies has been jailed for 25 years for collaborating with right-wing power militaries. Jorge Noguera was convicted of helping death squads to infiltrate the intelligence agency and murder of opposition activist. He was also found have wiped information on power militaries and drug traffickers from agency files.

World news from the BBC

An aluminum producer in Hungary has been fined almost $650million over last year’s spill of toxic sludge which killed 10 people and caused serious environmental damage. A government statement said the size of the fine reflected the unprecedented amount of damage caused by the red toxic mud. The spill occurred when a chemical waste reservoir was breached.
       
Pirates in West Africa have kidnapped 23 sailors and seized their oil tanker in waters near the capital of   . Reports say the pirates struck as the Cypriot-flagged vessel tried to transfer its cargo of crude oil to a Norwegian-registered ship. The International Maritime Bureau which tracks piracy worldwide says the pirates sailed away with the Cypriot tanker.

Police in Haiti have used tear gas to disperse hundreds of protestors demanding the withdrawal of United Nations peacekeeping troops from the country. The clashes happened outside the presidential palace in the capital Port-Au-Prince. The protest was triggered by allegations that UN troops from Uruguay raped a Haitian man.

The American space agency NASA has unveiled its design of a huge, new rocket to carry astronauts to the Moon, the planet Mars and beyond. The new rocket and its Orion capsule are expected to cost $16bn and the fresh test flight is due to take place in six years’ time. Our science correspondent Jonathan

America’s pride has been hurt since the retirement of the space shuttle in July. Today, it has no means of getting its astronauts into orbit and it must buy or butter sits on Russian rockets if it wants to send people to the space station. The new space launch system is an attempt to redraw the exploration vision. It calls for a rocket that is taller and more powerful than the moon-shot rockets in the 1960s and 70s and capable of putting in orbit, the equipment needed to send people to Mars, five times the payload that could be carried on in a single shuttle mission.

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BBC news with Fiona McDonald.
A Greek government spokesman said that the leaders of Greece, Germany and France have agreed that Greece will remain in the Euro zone despite market speculation that it might default its debts. Gavin Hewitt reports from Brussels.

The leaders of Greece, Germany and France have held an emergency conference call. They discuss the Greece debt crisis and the risk that Greece might default. The Greece Prime Minister George Papandreou told the other 2 leaders that Greece was determined to meet all its obligations, and so qualify for fresh funding. He said the recent austerity measures will help Greece reach its spending targets and reduce its deficits. According to a Greek spokesman that 3 leaders all agree that Greece will remain part of Euro Zone. France and Germany said that they convince that Greece belong to the Euro.  

The Italian parliament has given final approval to an austerity package. It aimed to reduce Italy’s deficit by more than 70 billion dollars over 3 years. The bills passage through the Italian parliament to expose deep division in Mr. Berlusconi’s coalition and triggered street protests, opponents of the package clashes with police outside the parliament.

Senior political figure from within the NATO alliance are heading to Libya to meet its new leadership following the ouster of Colonel Gaddafi. And American envoy Jeffrey Feltman who is already in Tripoli has promised strong US support for Libyan efforts to build a new democratic country.

“The United States respect Libya’s sovereignty, a guiding principal of our partnership with Libyan people we always be respect to Libyan independence and sovereignty. This is a victory for Libyan people and Libyan destiny. It must be decided by Libyans alone.”

French media meanwhile are reporting that President Sarkozy will travel to Tripoli on Thursday to meet representatives of the National Transitional Council. The reports say he will then fly to the eastern city of Benghazi while intense to deliver a speech in Liberty square. From Paris, here is Christian Fraser.

President Sarkozy is still in record low in polls, foreign policy, crucial as it is for president image does not win election, but the liberation of Libya presents an opportunity. Mr. Sarkozy want the world know that the France succeeded when the US failed in Iraq. It said it will visit hospital in Tripoli before meeting Leaders of the NTC. Mr. Sarkozy will be accompanied by philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy, who many said the driving force behind Mr. Sarkozy’s decision to present ahead with military action.

A former head of Colombia intelligence agency has been jailed for 25 years for collaborating with right wing paramilitaries. Jorge Noguera was convicted of helping death squads to infiltrate intelligence agency and murder opposition activists. He was also found of wiped information on paramilitary and drug traffickers from agency files.

World news from the BBC.

An aluminum producer in Hungary has been fined almost 650 million dollars over last year’s spill of toxic sludge which killed 10 people and caused serious environmental damage. A government statement says that size of the fine reflected unprecedented environmental damage caused by the red toxic mud. The spill occurred when a chemical reservoir was breached.

Pirates in West Africa kidnapped 23 sailors and seized their oil tanker in water near the capital of Benin. Reports say the pirates struck the Cyprus-flagged vessel try to transparent cargos crude oil to Norwegian registered ship. The international maritime bureau which transparency worldwide says the pirate sailed away with simply a tanker.  

Police in Haiti has used tear gas to disperse hundreds of protesters demanding withdraw of United Nation peacekeeping troops in the country. The clashes happened outside their presidential palace in the capital Port-au-Prince. A protest which triggered by allegations of UN troops from Uruguay raped a Haitian man.

The American space agency NASA unviewed its design for a huge new rocket to carry astronauts to moon, the planet Mars and beyond. The new rocket and its Orion capsule are expected to cost 6 billion dollars and the first test flight is due to take place in 6 years time. Our science correspondent Jonathan Amors.

American’s pride has been hurt since the retirement of space shuttle in July. Today it has no mean of getting its astronauts into orbit and it must buy a butt seats on Russian rockets if it want to send people into the space station. The new space launch system is in an attempt to withdraw the exploration vision. It cause for a rocket that is taller and more powerful than a moon shot rocket in 1960s and 70s and capable of putting in orbit the equipment needed to send people to Mars, five times of payload that can be carried on a single shuttle machine.

BBC news.
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A Greek government spokesman said the leaders of Greece Germany and France have agreed the Greece * in the eurozone, despite markets speculation that might default its debt. Gavin * reports from Brussels.

The leaders of Greece Germany and France have held an emergency conference call. They discussed the great debt crisis and the risk that Greece might default. The Greek prime minister * told the other two leaders that Greece would determine to meet all its obligations and so qulify for fresh funding. He said the recent austerity measures will help to reach spending target and reduce its deficit. According to a Greek government spokesman, the three leaders all agree that Greece will remain part of eurozone. France and Germany said they convince Greece belongs in the Euro.

The Italy parliament has given the final approval to an austerity package which aims to reduce its deficit by more than $70 billion  over three years. The bill's passage throught the Italian parliament exposes deep division in Mr Berlusconi's coalition and triggered street protests. Opponents of the package calshed with the police outside the parliament.

Senior political figures from within the NATO alliance are heading to Libya to meet its new leadership following the ousting of Colonel Gaddafi. And American envoy * who is already in Libya has promised strong US support for Libyan efforts to build a new democratic country.

The US respects Libyan sovereignty, a guiding principle for partnership with Libyan people were always respectful Libya's independence and sovereignty. This was a victory for Libyan people and the destiny of Libya must be decided by Libyans alone.

French media are meanwhile reporting the leader Sarkozy will travel to Tripoli on Thursday to meet representatives of NTC. The reports say he will * fly to eastern city of Banghazi will intense deliver speech in Liberty Square. From Paris, here is *

President Sarkozy is still at record low in the polls. Foreign policies, crucial it is for a president's image does not win elections but the liberation of Tripoli presents an opportunity. And Mr Sakozy wants the world to know that France succeeded while the US failed in Iraq. It's said he will visit a hospital before meetING the leaders of the NTC. Mr Sakozy will be companied by philosopher * the driving force behind Mr Sakozy's decision to press ahead with military action.

A former head of Columbia's intellegence agencies has been enjailed for 25 years for collaborating with right wing parliamentary. * was convicted of heling * to * the intellegence agency and murder opposition activists. He was also * white information on power militaries and drug trafficker from agency files.

World new from the BBC.

A * producer in Hungary has been fined almost $ 650 million over last year's spill of toxic sludge which killed 10 people and caused serious environmental damage. Government statement said the size of the fine reflected the unprecedented amount of damage caused other red toxic mud. The spill occured when the chemical * was breached.

Pirates in west Africa kidnapped 20 free sailors and seized their oil tanker in water near the capital *. Reports say the pirates struck the flag vessel and try to transfer its cargo of crude oil to an Norwagian register ship. The International Maritime Bureau which tracks piracy worldwide said the pirates sealed away with the separate tanker.

Police in Haiti have used tear gas to disperse hundreds of protesters demanding withdrawl of UN's peacekeeping troops on the country. The clash happened outside the presidentical palace in the capital Port-au-Price. The protest was triggered by allegations that UN troop from Uruguay raped a Haitian man.   

The American space agency NASA has unveiled its design for a huge new rocket to carry astronaunts to moon planet and beyond. The new rocket in its * are expected to cost $ 6 billion. The first test flight is due to take place in 6 years time.

America's pride has been hurt since the retirement of Space shuttle in July. Today it has no means of getting its astraunts into *. It must buy or * a seat on Russian rockets if they want to sent people to the space station. The new space lauch system * intend the exploration vision. Because for a rocket that is taller and more powerful than the moonshot rockets of the 1960s and 1970s. And capable of putting in orbit the equiment needed to send people to Mars. Five times the pillow that it could carry on a single shuttle machine.

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A Greek government spokesman said the leader of Greece, France and Germmany have agreed that the Greece will remain in the Eurozone, despite market speculation that might default the debts.

The leaders of the Greece, France and Germany have help an emergency conference call. They discuss the debt crisis and risk of a Greece might default. The Greek Prime Minister told the other two leaders that Greece will determine to meet all obligations and so qualified for fresh funding. He said the recent austerity measures will help Greece reached its spending targets and reduce its deficit. According a Greek government spokesman the three leaders all agreed the Greece will remain part of Eurozone. French and Germany said they convince the Greece belongs in the Euro.

The Italian parliament has gaven its final approvement on the austerity package, it aims to reduce its debts by more than 70 billion dollars over three years. The bill's passage through the Italian parliament exposed deep devisions in Mr. Berry's coalition and triggered streets protests. Opponent of the package clashed with the police outside the parliament

Senior political figure from within the NATO allier is heading to the Libya to meet its new leadership, following the ousting of Col. Gaddafi, and American envoy Jeffy was already in Tripoly, has promised strong US support for Libya in effort to building a new democratic contry.


United States respects Libyan sovereignty, a guiding principle of our  partnership with Libyab people always respect dependence and sovereignty. This was the victory for Libyan people and Libya's destiny must be decide by Libyans alone.

French media meanwhile are reporting the president Sarkozy will travel to Tripoli on Thursday to meet the representatives of National Transitional Counsle. The reports say he went to fly to the eastern city of Benghazi, where he intents to deliver speech in liberty square. From Paris here is Christian.

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World news from BBC.

Alumnium producer in Hungery has been fined almost 615 billion dollars over last years spill of toxic sludge which killed ten people and cause serious environment damage. A government statement said the signs of the ine reflected the  unprecedented amount of damage caused are the red toxic mud. The spill occured when the chemical waste reservior was breached.

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The American spave agency NASA has unveiled the design for huge new rocket to carry astronauts to Moon, the planet Mars and beyound. The new rocket in its *** capsual are expected to cause 16 billion dollars, and the fresh test fly is due to place in 16 years time. Our science correspondent Gernoson Namos.

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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.A Greek government spokesman says the leaders of Greece, Germany and France have agreed that Greece will remain in the Euro Zone despite market speculation that might default its debts. Gavin Hewitt reports from Brussels.
The leaders of Greece, France and Germany have held an emergency conference X. They discuss the Greek debt crisis and risk that Greece might default. The Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou told the other two leaders that Greece has determined to meet all its obligations and so qualified for fresh founding. He said that recent austerity measures will help Greece reach spending targets and reduce its debts. According to a Greek government spokesman, the three leaders all agreed that Greece would remain part of the Euro Zone. France and Germany said they convince Greece belongs in the Euro.


Italian government has given final approval to an austerity package. It aims to reduce at least deficits by more than 70 billion dollars over three years. The bills passed to the Italian parliament X deep divisions in Mr.Berlusconi's coalition and trigger street protests. Opponents of the package clashed with police outside the parliament.  


Senior political figures from within NATO alliance are heading to Libya to meet its new leadership following the ousting of Colonel Gaddafi. An American Envoy Jeffrey Feltman who's already in Tripoli has promised strong U.S support for Libyan efforts to build a new democratic country.  
Jeffrey:The United States respects Libyan sovereignty. A guiding principle of partnership with Libyan people will always be respected for Libya's independence and sovereignty. This was the victory for Libyan people and Libya's destiny must be decided by Libyans alone.
French media meanwhile is reporting that President Sarkozy will travel to Libya on Thursday to meet representatives of the National Transitional Council. The report say he will then fly to the eastern city of Benghazi, where he intends to deliver a speech in Liberty Square. From Paris, Christian Fraser.
President Sarkozy is still at the record low in the polls, foreign policy, crucial X for a president's image does not win elections, but the liberation of Tripoli presents an opportunity. Mr. Sarkozy wants the world to know that France succeeded while the U.S failed in Iraq. It said he will visit a hospital in Tripoli before meeting with leaders of the N.T.C. Mr.Sarkozy will be accompanied by philosopher Bernard X, who many see is the driving force behind Mr.Sarkozy's decision to press ahead with military actions.


A former head of Columbia's intelligence agency has been jailed for 25 years for collaborating with right-wing paramilitary. X was convicted of helping death squads to infiltrate the intelligence agency and murder an opposition activist. He was also found of wide information in paramilitary and drug traffickers from agency files.


World News from the BBC.
An aluminium producer in Hungary has been fined almost 650 million dollars over last year's spill of toxic X which killed ten people and caused serious environmental damage. A government statement said the size of the fine reflected the unprecedented amount of damage caused by the red toxic mud. The spill occurred when a chemical waste X was breached.


Pirates in west Africa have kidnapped 23 sailors and seized their oil tanker in waters near the capital of Benin, Cotonou. Reports say the pirates struck as the Cyprus-flagged vessel tried to transfer its cargo of cruel oil to a Norwegian-registered ship. The International Maritime Bureau which tracks piracy worldwide says the pirates sailed with the Cyprus tanker.


Police in Haiti have used tear-gas to disperse hundreds of protesters, demanding withdrawal of United Nations' peace-keeping troops from the country. The clashes happened outside the presidential palace in the capital Port Prince. The protest was triggered by allegations that U.N troops from Uruguay raped Haitian X.


The American space agency NASA has unveiled its design for a huge new rocket to carry astronauts to the moon, the planet Mars and beyond. The new rocket and its X capsule are expected to cost 16 billion dollars and the fresh test fly is due to take place in 6 years time. Our science correspondent Jonathan Neoms.
American's pride has been hurt sine the retirement of the space shuttle in July. Today it has no means of getting its astronauts into orbit and it must buy or X a seat on Russian rockets if it wants send people to the space station. The new space launch system is an attempt to withdraw the exploration vision, it calls for a rocket that its tours are more powerful than the moonshot rockets of the 1960s and 1970s and capable of putting in orbit, the equipment need to send people to Mars five time the payload that could be carried on a single shuttle mission.
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BBC News with Fiona McDonald.

A Greek government spokesman says the leaders of Greece, Germany and France have agreed the Greece will remain in the euro zone, despite market speculation at it might default in its debts. Gavin Hewitt reports from Brussels

The leaderships of Greece, France and Germany have held an emergency conference call. They discussed the Greek debt crisis and risk that Greek might default. The Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou told the other two leaders that Greece was determined to meet all of its obligations and so qualified for fresh funding. He said that recent austerity measures will help Greece reach its spending targets and reduce its deficit.  According to a Greek government spokesman, the three leaders all agreed that the Greek would remain part of the euro zone. France and Germany said they have convinced Greek belongs in the Euro.

The Italian parliament has given final approval to an austerity package. It aims to reduce Italy's deficit by more than 70 billion dollar over three years. The bills passege through Italian parliament expose deep divisions in Mr Berlusconi's coalition and triggered street protests. Opponents of the package clash with police outside the parliament.

Senior political figures from within the NATO alliance are heading to Libya to meet its new leadership following the ousting of Colonel Gaddafi. An American envoy, Jeffrey Feltman, who's already in Tripoli, has promised strong US support for Libyan efforts to build a new democratic country.

'The United States respects Libya sovereignty. A guiding principle of our parliament with Libyan people were always be respect for Libyan independence and sovereignty. This was a victory for Libyan people and Libya's destiny must be decided by Libyans alone.'

French medias meanwhile are reporting that President Sarkozy will travel to Tripoli on Thursday, to meet representatives of the National Transitional Council. The reports say he will when fly to the eastern city of Benghazi, where he intends to deliver a speech in Liberty Square. From Paris, here's Christian Fraser.

President Sarkozy is still at a record lows in the pose, foreign policy, crucial it is for a president's image does not win elections. But the liberation of Tripoli presents an opportunity. And Mr Sarkozy wants to world to know that France are succeeded whether US failed in Iraq. It says he will visit a hospital in Tripoli before a meeting leaders of the NTC. Mr Sarkozy will be accompanied by philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy, who many see is the driving force behind Mr Sarkozy's decision to press ahead with military action.

A former head of Colombia's Intelligence Agency has been jailed for 25 years for collaborating with right wing paramilitaries. H/ was convicted of helping death squads to infiltrate intelligence agency and murder an opposition activist. He was also found of wiped information on paramilitaries and drug triffickers from agency fires.   

World News from the BBC.

An aluminum producer in hungry has been find almost 650 million dollars over last year spoil of toxic sludge, which killed ten people and caused serious environmental damage. A government statement said the sizes of the fine reflected the unprecedented amount of damage cause whether red toxic mud. The spoil occurred when a chemical waste / was breached.

Pirates in West Africa have kidnapped 23 sailors and seized their oil tanker in waters near the capital of Benin, Porto-Novo. Reports say the pirates struck as the / flag vessel try to transfer its cargo of crude oil to a Norwegian registered ship. The International Maritime Bureau which tracks piracy worldwide says the pirate sailed away with the /tanker.

Police in Haiti have used teargas to disperse hundreds of protesters, demanding a withdrawal of United Nations' peacekeeping troops on the country. The / happened outside the presidential palace in the capital Port-au-Prince. The protesters were triggered by allegations that UN troops from Uruguay raped Haitian men.

The American space agency NASA has unveiled / design for a huge new rocket to carry astronauts to the moon, the planet Mars and beyond. The new rocket and its capital are / capsule are expected to cost 16 billion dollars and the first test flight is due to take place in six years time. Our science correspondent Jonathan Amors.

American's pride has been hurt since the retirement of the space shuttle in July. Today it has no means of geeting its astronauts into orbit and it must by a / seats on Russian rockets if it wants to send people to the space station. The new space launched system is an attempt to redraw the exploration vision. It calls for a rocket that its taller and more powerful than the moon shock rockets of 1960s and 1970s. And capable of putting in orbit, the equipment needed to send people to Mars. Five times the payload that could be carried out on single shuttle mission.  

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BBC news with Fiona McDonald.

A Greek government spokesman said that the leaders of Greece, Germany and France have agreed that Greece will remain in the Eurozone despite market speculation that it might default on its debts. Gavin Hewitt reports from Brussels.

The leaders of Greece, France and Germany have held an emergency conference call. They discuss the Greece debt crisis and the risk that Greece might default. The Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou told the other 2 leaders that Greece was determined to meet all its obligations, and so qualify for fresh funding. He said the recent austerity measures will help Greece reach its spending targets and reduce its deficits. According to a Greek spokesman that 3 leaders all agree that Greece will remain part of Euro zone. France and Germany said that they convince that Greece belongs in the Euro.  

The Italian parliament has given final approval to an austerity package. It aimed to reduce Italy’s deficit by more than 70 billion dollars over 3 years. The bills passage through the Italian parliament has exposed deep division in Mr. Berlusconi’s coalition and triggered street protests. Opponents of the package clash with police outside the parliament.

Senior political figure from within the NATO alliance are heading to Libya to meet its new leadership following the ousting of Colonel Gaddafi. And American envoy Jeffrey Feldman who is already in Tripoli has promised a strong US support for Libyan efforts to build a new democratic country.
“The United States respects Libya’s sovereignty, a guiding principal of our partnership with Libyan people we always be respect for Libya’s independence and sovereignty. This is a victory for Libyan people and Libyan destiny must be decided by Libyans alone.”

French media meanwhile are reporting that President Sarkozy will travel to Tripoli on Thursday to meet representatives of the National Transitional Council. The reports say he will then fly to the eastern city of Benghazi where he intends to deliver a speech in Liberty Square. From Paris, here is Christian Fraser.
President Sarkozy is still in record low in polls, foreign policy, crucial as it is for president image does not win election, but the liberation of Libya presents an opportunity. And Mr. Sarkozy wants the world to know that the France succeeded when the US failed in Iraq. It said it will visit hospital in Tripoli before meeting Leaders of the NTC. Mr. Sarkozy will be accompanied by philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy, who many see as the driving force behind Mr. Sarkozy’s decision to press ahead with military action.

A former head of Colombia intelligence agency has been jailed for 25 years for collaborating with right wing paramilitaries. Jorge Noguera was convicted of helping death squads to infiltrate intelligence agency and murder an opposition activist. He was also found wipe information on paramilitary and drug traffickers from agency files.

World news from the BBC.

An aluminum producer in Hungary has been fined almost 650 million dollars over last year’s spill of toxic sludge which killed 10 people and caused serious environmental damage. A government statement says that size of the fine reflected unprecedented amount of damage cost at the red toxic mud. The spill occurred when a chemical waste reservoir was breached.

Pirates in West Africa have kidnapped 23 sailors and seized their oil tanker in water near the capital of Benin. Reports say the pirates struck the Cyprus-flagged vessel try to transfer its cargos of crude oil to Norwegian registered ship. The International Maritime Bureau which tracks pirates worldwide says the pirates sailed away with Cyprus’s tanker.  

Police in Haiti has used tear gas to disperse hundreds of protesters demanding withdraw of United Nation peacekeeping troops in the country. The clashes happened outside their Presidential Palace in the capital Port-au-Prince. The protest which triggered by allegations of UN troops from Uruguay raped a Haitian man.

The American space agency NASA has unveiled its design for a huge new rocket to carry astronauts to moon, the planet Mars and beyond. The new rocket and its ``capsule are expected to cost 6 billion dollars and the first test flight is due to take place in 6 years time. Our science correspondent, Jonathan Amors.

American’s pride has been hurt since the retirement of space shuttle in July. Today it has no mean of getting its astronauts into orbit and it must buy a butt seats on Russian rockets if it want to send people to space station. The new space launch system is in an attempt to withdraw the exploration vision. It cause for a rocket that is taller and more powerful than a moon shot rockets of the 1960s and 70s in capable of putting in orbit the equipment needed to send people to Mars, five times the payload that can be carried on a single shuttle mission.

BBC news.
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