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The Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has declared a state of emergency in some parts of the country following a series of bomb attacks on Christmas Day. The Islamist group Boko Haram said it carried them out. President Jonathan has described the group as a "cancerous" growth attempting to destroy Nigeria. Tomi Oladipo reports from Lagos.

In a live address to the nation, President Goodluck Jonathan declared a state of emergency in some areas in the north of the country, which have become scenes of violence. The president also announced that the borders of these states would be closed to prevent what he described as terrorist elements from getting in. A special military unit will also be set up under the chief of defence staff to overcome the security challenges. President Jonathan has been under increasing pressure to address the violence that has plagued many parts of northern Nigeria, and this announcement reveals his toughest stance so far.

The army in South Sudan says 6,000 warriors from the Lou Nuer tribe have attacked the town of Pibor - home to the rival Murle tribe. On Friday, the United Nations deployed more troops to Pibor, but there are reported to be only 800 soldiers defending the town. Thousands of people had already fled Pibor. Here's our East Africa correspondent Will Ross.

South Sudan's army spokesman Colonel Philip Aguer told the BBC that thousands of armed men from the Lou Nuer tribe entered Pibor town and set fire to the grass-thatched homes and a hospital. He said the army and the UN peacekeepers were in defensive positions protecting the town's administrative centre. But being totally outnumbered by about 6,000 attackers, they were unable to prevent the homes being burnt to the ground. Almost all residents of Pibor are from the Murle tribe, and they had already fled.

There have been more clashes in Syria between anti-government protesters and security forces. The violence comes on the fifth day of the Arab League observer mission. As foreign journalists are restricted from reporting inside Syria, Jon Donnison sent this account from neighbouring Lebanon.

Video posted on the Internet from Idlib, in the north of the country, appeared to show water cannon being used on protesters. There was also the sound of gunfire. Meanwhile, Arab League observers continued their mission. In more online video, a man who appeared to be a monitor in the southern town of Deraa acknowledged he'd seen government snipers firing from rooftops. But the head of the observer mission, Mustafa Dabi, has since told the BBC his colleague was mistaken. This will add to demonstrators' claims that Mr Dabi is biased towards the Syrian government.

The American space agency Nasa is about to put two new satellites into orbit around the Moon to map its gravity. Scientists expect the data to reveal what exactly lies beneath the Moon's surface, shedding new light on how the lunar body formed and how it's changed through time. This is the first mission to focus specifically on the Moon's gravity.

BBC News

Protesters have clashed with police in the mainly Kurdish city of Diyarbakir in southeast Turkey. Demonstrators are said to have chanted slogans and thrown stones at the police, who responded with water cannon. The violence follows a police raid during which two suspected Kurdish rebels died.

A 15-year-old Afghan child bride has spoken of her torture at the hands of her husband's family. Sahar Gul, an orphan, was sold into marriage by her brother for $5,000. Sahar says she was locked up and brutally beaten. She's now recovering in hospital. Caroline Wyatt reports from Kabul.

Lying in her hospital bed, Sahar's young face still bears the evidence of her six-month ordeal: one eye half shut and swollen, her skin a spider's web of scars. She's only 15, but she was married off at 14 to a man twice her age. He and his family locked her in a basement and starved and tortured her. The police rescued Sahar after her family raised the alarm. She told them that it was her mother-in-law who'd pulled out her hair and her nails. The police say she was also burnt with cigarettes. No one is sure why the abuse was so violent although some believe that Sahar's in-laws were trying to force her into prostitution.

Two people have been killed and 17 injured in an attack on a police station in southern Colombia. Officials said an explosive device was thrown into the police station in Orito, killing the wife and eight-month-old baby of the local commander. Police said the country's largest left-wing guerrilla group, the Farc, was behind the attack.

Officials in Chile say they have detained an Israeli tourist they suspect of having caused a forest fire in a nature reserve in the south of the country. More than 100 sq km of pristine forest has already burnt in the Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia. Hundreds of firefighters continue to fight the blaze.

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BBC news with Sue Montgomery.

The Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan has declared a state of emergency in some parts of the country following a series of bomb attacks on Christmas Day. The Islamist Group, Boko Haram said it carried them out. President Jonathan has described the group as a cancerous growth attempting to destroy Nigeria. Tomi Oladipo reports from Lagos.

In a live address to the nation, President Goodluck Jonathan declared a state of emergency in some areas in the north of the country which have become scenes of violence. The president also announced that the border of these states will be closed to prevent what he described as terrorist elements from getting in. A special military unit would also be set up under the chief of defence staff to overcome the security challenges. President Jonathan has been under increasing pressure to address the violence that has plagued many parts of northern Nigeria and this announcement reveals his toughest stance so far.

The army in South Sudan says 6000 warriors from the Lou Nuer tribe have attacked the town of Pibor, home to the rival Murle tribe. On Friday the United Nations deployed more troops to Pibor but there are reported to be only 800 soldiers defending the town. Thousands of people had already fled Pibor . Here's our east Africa correspondent Will Ross.
  
South Sudan's army spokesman Colonel Philip Aguer told the BBC that thousands of armed men from the Lou Nuer tribe entered Pibor town, and set fire to the grass-thatched homes and the hospital. He said the army and the UN peace-keepers were in defensive positions protecting the town's administrative center. But being totally outnumbered by about 6000 attackers, they were unable to prevent the homes being burned to the groud. Almost all the residents of Pibor are from the Murle tribe. And they had already fled.

There have been more clashes in Syria between anti-government protesters and security forces. The violence comes on the 5th day of the Arab League observer mission. As foreign journalists are restricted from reporting inside Syria, Jon Donnison sent this account from neighbouring Lebanon.

Video posted on the internet from Idlib in the north of the country appeared to show water cannon being used on protesters. There was  also this sound of gunfire. Meanwhile, Arab League observers continued their mission. In more online video a man who appeared to be a monitor in the southern town of Deraa accknowledged he'd seen government snipers firing from roof tops. But the head of the observer mission Mustafa al-Dabi has since told the BBC his colleague was mistaken. This will add demonstrators' claims that Mr al-Dabi is biased towards the Syrian government.

The American space agency NASA is about to put two new satellites into orbit around the moon to map its gravity. Scientists expected the data to reveal what exactly lies beneath the moon surface, shedding new light on how the lunar body formed and how it's changed through time. This is the first mission to focus specifically on the moon's gravity.

BBC news.

Protesters have clashed with police in the mainly Kurdish city of  Diyarbakir in southeast Turkey. Demonstrators are said to have chanted slogans and thrown stones at the police who responded with water cannon. The violence follows a police raid during which two suspected Kurdish rebels died.

A 15-year-old Afghan child bride has spoken of her torture at the hands of her husband's family. Sahar Gul, an orphan was sold into marrage by her brother for 5000 dollars. Sahar says she was locked up and brutally beaten. She's now recovering in hospital. Caroline Wyatt reports from Kabul.

Lying in her hospital bed, Sahar's young face still bears the evidence of her 6-month ordeal. One eye half shuttals solemn, her skin a spider  wrap of scars. She's only 15. But she was married off at 14 to a man twice her age. In his family, locked her in a basement and starved and tortured her. The police rescued Sahar after her family raised the alarm. She told them that it was her mother-in-law who'd pulled out her hair, her nails . The police say she was also burned with cigarettes. No one x while the abuse was so violent although some believe that Sahar 's inlaws were trying to force her into prostitution.

Two people have been killed and 17 injured in an attack in a police station in southern Colombia. Officials said an explosive device was thrown into the police station in Orito killing the wife and 8-month-old baby of the local commander . Police said the country's largest left-wing guerilla group the Farc was behind the attack.

Officials in Chile say they have detained an Israeli tourist they suspect of having caused a forest fire in a nature reserve in the south of the country. More than 100 sq km of pristine forest has already burned in the Torres del Paine national park in Patagonia . Hundreds of fire fighters continue to fight the blaze.

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BBC News with Sue Montgomery.

The Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has declared a state of emergency in some parts of the country following a series of bomb attacks on Christmas Day. The Islamist Group Boko Haram said it carried them out. President Jonathan has described the group as a cancerous growth attempting to destroy Nigeria. Tommy reports from Lagos.

In a letter addressed to the nation, President Goodluck Jonathan declared the state of emergency in some areas in the north of the country which have become scenes of violence. The president also announced that the borders of the states will be closed to prevent what he described as terrorist elements from getting in. A special military unit will also be set up under the chief of defense staff to overcome the security challenges. President Jonathan has been under increasing pressure to address the violence that has plagued many parts of northern Nigeria and this announcement reveals his toughest stance so far.

The army in South Sudan says 6,000 warriors from the Lou Nuer tribe have attacked the town of Pibor, home to the rival Murle tribe. On Friday, the United Nations deployed more troops to Pibor. But they’re reported to be only 800 soldiers defending the town. Thousands of people had already fled Pibor. Here’s our East Africa correspondent Will Ross.

South Sudan’s army spokesman colonel Philip Aguer tells the BBC that thousands of armed men from the Lou Nuer tribe entered Pibor town and set fire to the grass-thatched homes and the hospital. He said the army and the UN peacekeepers were in defensive positions protecting the town’s administrative centre, but being totally outnumbered by about 6,000 attackers. They were unable to prevent the home from being burned to the ground. Almost all the residents of Pibor are from the Murle tribe and they had already fled.

There’ve been more clashes in Syria between anti-government protesters and security forces. The violence comes in the fifth day of the Arab League observer mission. As foreign journalists are restricted from reporting inside Syria, John Donnison sent this account from neighbouring Lebanon.

Video posted on the Internet from Idlib in the north of the country appeared to show water cannon being used on protesters. There was also this sound of gunfire. Meanwhile Arab League observers continued their mission. In more online video, a man who appeared to be a monitor in the southern town of Deraa acknowledged he’d seen government snipers firing from rooftops. But the head of the observer mission Mustafa al-Dabi has since told the BBC his colleague was mistaken. This aligned to demonstrators’ claims that Mr. Dabi is biased towards the Syrian government.

The American Space Agency NASA is about to put two new satellites into orbit around the moon to map its gravity. Scientists expect the data to reveal what exactly lies beneath the moon’s surface shedding new light on how the lunar body formed and how it changed through time. This is the first mission to focus specifically on the moon’s gravity.

BBC News.

Protesters have clashed with police in the namely Kurdish city of Diyarbakir in southeast Turkey. Demonstrators are said to have chanted slogans and thrown stones at the police who responded with water cannon. The violence follows a police raid during which two suspected Kurdish rebels died.

A 15-year-old Afghan child bride has spoken of her torture at the hands of her husband’s family. Sahar Gul was sold into marriage by her brother for $5,000. Sahar says she was locked up and brutally beaten. She is now recovering in a hospital. Caroline Wyatt reports from Kabul.

Lying in her hospital bed, Sahar’s young face still bears the evidence of her 6-month ordeal, one eye half-shut and swollen, her skin X of scars. She is at15 which was married off at 14 to a man twice her age and his family locked her in the basement and starved and tortured her. The police rescued Sahar after her family raised alarm. She tells then that it was her mother who’d pulled out her hair and her nails. The police say she was also burned with cigarettes. No one was sure why the abuse was so violent, although some believed that Sahar’s in-laws had tried to force her into prostitution.

Two people have been killed and 17 injured in an attack on a police station in southern Columbia, Officials said the explosive device was thrown into the police station in Orito killing the wife and 8-month-old baby of the local commander. Police say the country’s largest left-wing guerilla group, the FARC, was behind the attack.

Officials in Chile say they have detained an Israeli tourist they suspected of having caused the forest fire in the nature reserve in the south of the country. More than 100 square kilometers of Christian forest has already burned in the Torres de Paine national park in Patagonia. Hundreds of firefighters continue to fight the blaze.

BBC News.

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BBC news with Sue Montgomery.

The Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has declared a state emergency in some parts of the country, following a series of bomb attacks on Christmas day. The Islamist group Boko Haram said it carried them out. President Jonathan has described the group as a xxx of growth attempting to destroy Nigeria. Tom Oladipo reports from Lagos.

In a live address to the naiton, President Goodluch Jonathan declared a state emergency in some areas in the north of the country which have becom scenes of violence. The president also announced the border of the state would be closed to prevent what he decribed as terrorist elements from getting in. A special military unity will also be set up under the chief of defence staff to overcome the security challenges. President Jonathan has been under increasing pressure to address the violence that has played many parts of northern Nigeria and this announcement reveals his tough stance so far.

They army in South Sudan says 6,000 warriors from the Lou Nuer tribe have attacked the town of Pibor, home to the rival Murle tribe. On Friday, the UN deployed more troops to Pibor but there was repored to be only 800 soldiers defending the town. Thansands of people have already fled Pibor. Here's our East Africa correspondent Will Ross.

South Sudan's army spokeman Colonel Philip Aguer told the BBC thousands of armed men from the Lou Nuer tribe enter Pibor town and set fire to the grass xxx homes and the hospital. He said the army and the UN peace keepers were in defensive positions protecting the town's administrative center. But being totally outnumber by about 6,000 attackers, they were unable to prevent the home being burnt to the ground. Almost all the residents of Pibor are from the Murle tribe and they had already fled.

There have been more clashed in Syria between anti-governemnt protesters and security forces. The violence comes on the fifth day of the Arab League Observer mission. As foreign journalists are restricted from reporting inside Syria, Jon Donnison said this account for neighbouring Lebanon.

Video posed on the Internet from xxx in the north of the country appear to show water cannon being used on protester. There was also the sound of gun fire. Meanwhile, Arab League observers continue their mission. In more online video, a man who appeared to be a monitor in the southern town of Deraa acknowledged he had seen government snipers firing from roof tops. But the head of the observer mission Mustafa al-Dabi has xxx told the BBC that his colleague was mistaken. This will allow to demonstrators' claims that Mr. Dabi is biased towards the Syrian government.

The America Space Agency NASA is about to put two new satellites into around the moon to map its gravity. Scientists expect the data to reveal what exactly lies beneath the moon surface, shading new light and how the lunar body formed and how it changes through time. This is the first mission to focus specifically on the moon's gravity.

BBC news.

Protesters have clashed with police in the mainly Kurdish city of xxx in southeast of Turkey. Demonstrators are said to have chanted slogans and thrown stones on the police who responded with water cannon. The violence follows a police raid during which two suspected Kurdish rebels died.

A 15-year-old child bride has spoken of her torture by her husband's family. Sahar Gul, a orphan, was sold into marrige by a brother for 5,000 dollars. Sahar says she was locked up and brutally beaten. She is now recovering in hospital. Caroline Wyatt reports from Kabul.

Lying in her hospital bed, Sahar's young face still bears the evidence of her 6-month deal. One eye half shuttals solemn, her skin a spider wrap of scars. She's only 15. But she was married off at 14 to a man twice her age. In his family, locked her in a basement and starved and tortured her. The police rescued Sahar after her family raised the alarm. She told them that it was her mother-in-law who'd pulled out her hair, her nails. The police say she was also burned with cigarettes. No one is sure why the abuse was so violent although some believe that Sahar's inlaws were trying to force her into prostitution.


Two people have been killed and 17 injured in an attack in a police station in southern Colombia. Officials said an explosive device was thrown into the police station in Orito killing the wife and 8-month-old baby of the local commander. Police said the country's largest left-wing guerilla group the Farc was behind the attack.


Officials in Chile say they have detained the Israeli tourist they suspect of having caused a forest fire in a nature reserve in the south of the country. More than a hundred square kilometers of pristine forest has already burned in the Torres del Paine national park in Patagonia. Hundreds of fire fighters continue to fight the blaze.


BBC news.


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BBC News with Sue Mongamery

The Nigerian President Goodluck Johnosaon has declared a state of emergency in some parts of the country, following a series of bomb attacks on Christmas day. The Islamist group, Bookaharam said it carried them out. President Johnason has described the group as a cancer of growth, attempting to destroy Nigeria. T reports from Lagas:

"In a   address to the nation, President Goodluck Johonason declared a state of emergency in some areas in the north of the country which have become scenes of violence. The President also announced that the border of these states will be closed to prevent what he described as terrorist elements from getting in. A special millitary unit will also be established under the chief of staff to overcome the security challenges. President Goodluck Johnason is under increasing presssure to address the violence that has plagued many parts of northern Nigeria and this announcement revealed his toughest stance so far. "

The army from South Sudan said 6000 warriors from the N tribe have attacked the town of P, home to the rival M tribe. On Friday, the United Nations deployed more troops to P, but there were reported to be 800 soldiers defending the town. Thousands of people had already fled P. Here is our East Africa correspondent Will Ross:

"South Sudan's army spokesman Colonel F told the BBC thousands of armed from the N N tribe entred P town and set fire to the grass thatched homes and hospital. He said the army and UN peacekeepers are in the defensive position defending the town's administrative centre, but being totally outnumbered by about 6000 attackers, they were anable to prevent the homes being burnt to the grounds. Almost all the residents of M are from the M tribe. They had already fled."

There have been more clashes in Syria between anti-government protesters and security forces. The violence came in the fifth day of the Arab Observer mission. As foreign journalists were restricting from reporting inside Syria, John Donsason sent this report from neighbouring Lebanon.

"Video posted on the Internet on  the I in the north of the country appeared to show water canon being used on protesters. There was also the sound of gunfire. Meanwhile, Arab League observers continued their mission. In more online video, a man who appeared to be a monitor in the southern town of Deraa, acknowledged that he'd seen government snipers firing off from rooftops. But the head of the observer mission, Mustafa Mugabi, has since told the BBC his colleague was mistaken. This will add to the demonstrators' claims that Mr Gabi was biased towards the Syrian government.;"

The American space agency nasa is about to put two new satelites into orbit around the moon to map its gravity. Scientists expected the data to reveal to reveal what exactly lies beneath the moon's surface, shedding new light on how the lunar body is formed and how it's changed through time. This is the first mission to focus specifically on the moon's gravity.

BBC News

Protesters have clashed with police in the mainly Kurdish city in south of D. Demonstrators are said to have chanted slogans and thrown stones towards police who responded with water canon. The violence followed a police raid during which two suspected Kurdish rebels died.

A 15-year-old Afghan child bride has spokent of her torture at hands of her husbands' family. S  was sold into marriage by a brother who filed 5thousand dollars. S said she was locked up and brutally beaten. She's now recovering in hospital. C reports from Kabul.

"Lying in her hospital bed, S young face, still the best evidence of her six months of ordeal. One eye, half shut and swollen,  the skin    scars. She's only 15. She was married off at fourteen to a man twice her age. In his family, locked her in a basement and staffed and tortured her. The police rescued S after her family raised an alarm. She told the police it was her mother in law who pulled out her hair and her nail. The police said she was also burnt with cigarettes. No     while the abuse was so violent. Although some believed that S's inlaws were trying to enforce her into prostitution."

2 people were killed and 17 injured in an attack at a police station in southern Columbia. Official said an explosive device thrown into the police station in M killing the wife and 8-month-baby of a local commander. Police said the country's largest left-wing gurreilla group the Farc was behind the attack.

Officials in Chile say they've detained an Israeli tourist they suspected of having caused a forest fire in a nature reserve in the South of the country. More than 400 square kilometres of Christian forest has already burnt in the T national park in P. Hundreds of firefighters continued to fight the blaze.

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BBC NEWS with Sumond Gumarry .The Nigeria president Goodluck Jonnason has declared the state of emergency in some parts of the country following a series of bomb attacks on Christmas Day.The Islamic group Boko Haram said it carried them out, president Jonnason has described the group as a concernless gross attempting to destroy Nigeria.Tomy Oladipu reports from Lagus.In an alive address to the nation, president Goodluck Jonnason declared the state of emergency in some areas in the north of the country,which have become the scenes of violence,the president also announced the border of the states would be closed to prevent what he described as terrorists elements from getting in .A special military unity would also be set up under the chief of defense staff to overcome the security challenges ,president Jonnason has been under in crazy pressure to address the violence that has played in many parts of northern Nigeria and this announcement reveals  in the toughest time so far.
The army in south Sudan says 6000 warriors from the lower newer tribe have attacked the town of pibon ,home to the rival of Mudily tribe,on Friday ,the United nations deployed more troops to Pibon,but there were reported to be only 800 soldiers defending the town,thousands of people have already fled Pibon,here is our east Africa correspondent Will Ross.
South Sudan's army spokesman Kernal Filypecware told the BBC that thousands of armed men from the low nuer tribe enter to the Pibon town ,and set fire to the grass batched homes,and the hospital,he said the army and the UN peacekeepers were in defensive positions protecting the towns of ministry center,but being totally out numbered by about 6000 attackers,they were unable to prevent the homes being burned to the ground.Almost all residents of Pibon are from Moroly tribe,and they had already fled.
There have been more clashes in the Syria between anti-government protesters and security forces ,the violence comes on the fifth day of the Arab League observer mission ,as foreign journalist our restricted from reporting in Site of Syria Jone Donnason said this account from neighboring elevener .
Video posted on the internet from Italy in the north of the country appear to show watercolumn being used on protesters ,that was also the sound of gunfire,meanwhile Arab league observers continued their mission .In more online video,a man who appeared to be a monitor in the southern town of Derror acknowledged he seeing the government snipers firing from roof tops.But the head of observer mission Musterf darbby has since told the BBC his colleague was mistaken,this will enter to demonstrators' claims that Mr Darbby is buyers towards Syria government.

















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BBC News with Sue Montgomery
The Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has declared the state of emergency in some parts of the country following a series of bomb attacks on Christmas day. The Islamist group Boko Haram said it carried them out. President Jonathan has described the group as a cancerous growth attempting to destroy Nigeria. X reports from Lagos
In a live address to the nation President Goodluck Jonathan declared a state of emergency in some areas in the north of the country which have become scenes of violence. The President also announced that the borders of these states would be close to prevent what he described as terrorist elements from getting in. A special military unit would also be set up under the chief of defense staff to overcome the security challenges. President Jonathan has been under increasing pressure to address the violence that has placed many parts of northern Nigeria and this announcement reviewed his tougher stance so far.
The army in South Sudan says 6,000 warriors from the lower Lura tribe have attacked the town of X, home to the rival X tribe. On Friday the United Nations deployed more troops to X but there were reported to be only 800 soldiers defending the town. Thousands of people had already fled X. Here is our East Africa correspondent Will Ross
South Sudan’s army spokesman colonel X told the BBC that thousands of armed men from the lower Lura tribe entered X town and set fire to the grass fetched homes and the hospital. He said the army and the UN peacekeepers were in defense position protecting the town administrative center but being totally outnumbered by about 6,000 attackers they were unable to prevent the homes being burn to the ground. Almost all residents of X are from the X tribe and they had already fled.
There’ve been more clashes in Syria between anti-government protesters and security forces. The violence comes on the fifth day of the Arab League observer mission. As foreign journalists are restricted from reporting inside Syria John Donnison sent this account from neighbouring Lebanon.
Video posted on the Internet from X in the north of the country appeared to show water cannon being used on protesters. There was also this sound of gunfire. Meanwhile Arab League observers continue their mission. In more online video a man who appeared to be a monitor in the southern town of Deraa acknowledged that he’d seen government snipers firing from roof tops. But the head of the observer mission X has since told the BBC his colleague was mistaken. These were out to demonstrators claims that Mr. X is bias towards the Syrian government.
The American space agency NASA is about to put two new satellites into orbit around the moon to map its gravity. Scientists expect the data to review what exactly lies beneath the moon surface shedding new light and how the lunar body formed and how it’s changed through time. This is the first mission to focus pacifically on the moon’s gravity.

BBC News
Protesters have clashed with police in the mainly Kurdish city of X in southeast Turkey. Demonstrators are said to have chanted slogans and thrown stones at the police who responded with water cannon. The violence follows a police raid during which two suspected Kurdish rebels died.
A 15-year-old Afghan child bride has spoken of her torture the hands of her husband’s family. X an orphan was sold into marriage by a brother for 5,000 dollars. X says she was locked up and brutally beaten. She is now recovering in hospital. X reports from Kabul
Lying in her hospital bed X’s young face still bears the evidence of her six-month ordeal. One eye half shot and swollen. Her skin are a spider wiped scars. She is only 15 but she was married of with 14 to a man twice her age. In this family locked her in a basement in starved and tortured her. The police rescued X after her family raised the alarm. She told them that it was her mother-in-law who’d put out her hair and nails. The police say she was also burned with cigarettes. No one’s sure why the abuse was so violent although some believe that X’s in-law was tried to force her into prostitution.
Two people have been killed and 17 injured in an attack on a police station in southern Colombia. Official said an explosive device was throwing to the police station in X killing the wife and the eight months baby of the local commander. Police said the country’s largest left-wing guerrilla group was behind the attack.
Officials in Chile say they have detained an Israeli tourist they suspected of having caused a forest fire in a niche reserve in the south of the country. More than 100 square kilometers of pristine forest have already burned in the Tories X national park in Patagonia. Hundreds of firefighters continue to fight the blaze.
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BBC News with Sue Montgomery.

The Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has declared a state of emergency in some parts of the country, following a series of bomb attacks on Christmas Day. The Islamist group Boko Haram, said it carried them out.  President Jonathan has described the group as cancerous growth attempting to destroy Nigeria. Tommy / reports from Lagos.   

In a live address to the nation, President Goodluck Jonathan declared the state of emergency in some areas in the north of the country which have become scenes of violence. The President also announced that the border of this state would be closed to prevent what he described as terrorist elements from getting in. A special military unit would also be set up under the chief of defense staff to overcome the security challenges. President Goodluck Jonathan has been under increasing pressure to address the violence that has played many parts of Northern Nigeria and this announcement reviews as tough as stand so far.

The army in South Sudan says 6,000 warriors from the Lou Nuer tribe have attacked the town of Pibor, home to the rival Murle tribe. On Friday, the United Nations deployed more troops to Pibor, but there were reported to be only 800 soldiers defending the town. Thousands of people had already fled Pibor. Here's our East Africa correspondent Will Ross.

South Sudan's army spokesman Colonel Philip Aguer told the BBC that thousands of armed men from the Lou Nuer tribe enter Pibor town and set fire to the grass-thatches homes and the hospital. He said the army and the UN peacekeepers were in defensive positions protecting the towns of / centre. But being totally outnumbered by about 3,000 attackers, they are unable to prevent the homes being burned to the ground. Almost all residents of Pibor are from the Murle tribe and they had already fled.

There have been more clashes in Syria between anti-government protesters and security forces. The violence comes on the 5th day of the Arab League observer mission. As Foreign journalists are restricted from reporting inside Syria, Jon Donnison sent this account from neighbouring Lebanon.

Video posted on the Internet from Idlib in the north of the country, appeared to show water cannon being used on protesters. There was also this sound of gunfire. Meanwhile, Arab League observers continue their mission. In more online video, a man who appeared to be a monitor in the southern town of Dera'a, acknowledged he'd seen government snipers firing from rooftops. But the head of the observer mission, Mustafa al-Dabi, has since told BBC his colleague was mistaken, these were acted to demonstrators' claims  that Mr al-Dabi is biased towards the Syrian government.

The American Space Agency NASA is about to put two new satellites into orbit around the moon to map its gravity. Scientists expected the data to reveal what is exactly lies beneath the moon surface, shedding new lights on how the lunar body formed and how is changed through time. This is the first mission to focus specifically on the moon's gravity.

BBC News.

Protesters have clashed with police in the mainly Kurdish city of Diyarbakir in southeast Turkey. Demonstrators have said to have chanted slogan and thrown stones of the police who responded with water cannon. The violence follows a police raid during which two suspected Kurdish rebels died

A 15-year-old Afghan child bride has spoken of her torture at the hands of her husband's family. Sahar Gul, an orphan, was sold into marriage by her brother for 5,000 dollars. Sahar said she was locked up and brutally beaten. She's now recovering in hospital. Caroline Wyatt reports from Kabul.

Lying in her hospital bed, Sahar's young face is still based the evidence for six months all deal. One eye harmed shut and swollen, a skin spider of / scars. She's only 15, but she was married off at 14 to a man who twice her age. In his family, locked her in a basement and starved and tortured her. The police rescued Sahar her after her family raised the alarm. She told them that her mother-in-law who'd pulled her hair and her nails. The police say she was also burned with cigarettes. No one assure by the abuse was so violent although some believe that Sahar's in-laws were trying to force her into prostitution.

Two people have been killed and 17 injured in an attack at a police station in Southern Colombia. Officials said an explosive device was thrown into police station in Orito killing the wife and eight-month-old baby of the local commander. Police said the country's largest left-wing guerilla group, the Farc, was behind the attack.

Officials in Chile say they have detained an Israeli tourist. They suspected of having caused a forest fire in a natural reserve in the south of the country. More than 100 square kilometres of / Forest has already burned in the Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia. Hundreds of fire fighters continue to fight the blaze.

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The Nigerian president Good Luck? Johnson has declared a state of emergency in some parts of the country, following a series of bombs attacks on Christmas day. The Israel group... said it carried them out. President Johnson has described the group as a cancer of growth,attempting to destroy Nigeria. Tomy report from ..
In a lava dressed to the nation, president Good luck Johnson declared a state of emergency in some parts in north of the country which have become scenes of violence.
The president also announced the border of the states would be close to prevent what he called a terrorist elements from getting in. A special military unit would also be set under the chief of the defense darf.? to overcome security challenges. President Johnson has been under increasing pressure to address the violence that has placed many parts of northern of Nigeria, and the announcement reveals the toughest stance so far.
The army in Sudan says 6000 warriors from the Low Neuer tribe have attacked the town of Tebo,home to the rival Modery tribe. On Friday the United States deployed more troops to the Tebo, where reported are only 600 soldiers defending the town. Thousand of people have already fled Tebo, Here is our South African corespondent ..
South Sudan spokesman....told the BBC that thousands of armed men from the Low Neu tribe entered Tebo town and set fire to the grass-fetched home and the hospital. He said the army and the UN peacekeepers were in defensive positions protecting the towns of the minister center.But being totally outnumbered by about 6000 attackers, they were unable to prevent the homes from being burnt to the ground. Almost all resident of Tebo are from the Moraly tribe, they had already fled.
There've been more clashes in Syria between anti-goverment protesters and security forces. The violence comes on the fifth day of the Arab League of observation mission.As foreign journalists were restricted from reporting from inside Syria, John Danason sent this account from neighboring Levenen.
Video posted on the Internet from It from the North of the country,showed water canals are being used by protesters, there was also sounds of the gun fire. Meanwhile, Arab League of Observers continued their mission. In more videos, a man appeared to be the monitor of South town Dira acknowledged he'd seen government snipers  firing from rooftops. But the head of the Observation mission M A has since told the BBC his colleague was mistaken. This will end to demonstrators' claim but Mis Adabi is biased towards the government.
The American Space Agency NASA is about to put two new satellites in to the orbit around the moon to map its gravity. Scientists expect the data to reveal what exactly lies beneath the moon surface, shading new light inside the lunar body formed and how it changed through time. This is the first time a mission focuses specifically on the moon's gravity.
BBC news
Protesters have clashed with polices in the mainly curdish city of .. in southeast Turkey.
Demonstrators has said to have chanted slogans and throw stones at the police,responded with water canal. The violence followed a police raid during which two suspected Caradis rebels died.
A 15-year-old Afghan child  Brad has spoken of her torture in hands of her husband's family. Sarah, an orphan was sold into a marriage by her brother for 5000 dollars. Sarah said she was locked up and brutally beaten. She is now recovering in a hospital.
,,,reports from Kabal.
Lying in her hospital beds, Sarah's young face still bears the evidence of her six months' ordeal. One eye had shoot in sole,her skins a spider-like scars. She was only 15, but she was married off in 14 to a man twice of her age. Her husband's family locked her in a basement,starved and tortured her. The police rescued Sarah after her family raised the alarm. She said that it was her mother - in-law who'd pulled out her hair and her nails. The police say that she was also burned with cigarettes. No one's sure why the abuse was so violent ,although some believe Sarah's in-laws would try to force her into prostitution.
Two people have been killed and 17 injured in a police station in southern Columbia. Police says a explosive device was thrown into police station in ..N. killing the wife and an eight-month baby of a local commander. Police says the country's largest left wing group...was behind the attack. Officials in Chile says they have detained an Israel tourist, the suspect of having causes a forest fire, in the nature reserve in the southern of the country. More than a thousand squares of Chirstine forest has already burned in the tallest Opainy national park in Sogonil.Hundreds of fire-fighters continue to fight the blaze.
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The Nigerianpresident Goodluck Jonathan has declared a state of emergency in someparts of the country following a series of bomb attacks on Christmas day.
The Islam group Boko Haram Sect carrythe xxxxxxxx
. President Jonathanhas described the group as a cancerous growth attempting to xxxxxxx Nigerian. Tommyreports from Lagos. In a live address to the nation, president Goodluck Jonathandeclared a state of emergency in some areas in the north of the country which hasbecome scenes of violence.
The presidentalso announced the borders of these states will be closed to prevent, what itdescribed as terrorists elements, from getting in. Especial ministry xxxxxxxxxxxxalso be set up under the chief of defense staff to overcome the securitychallenges. President Jonathan has been under increasing pressure to address theviolence that plays many parts of northern Nigeria. And this announcement revealsthe tough stance so far.

The armyin southern Sudan says 6000 warriors from the Lou Nuer tribe havexxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Pibor, hometo the rival Murle tribe. Xxxxxxxxxxxxxx united nations deploy more troops to Pibor.But the xxxxxxxxxxx reported only 800 soldiers defending the town. Thousands ofpeople have already fled Pibor. Here is our east Africa correspondent Will Russ.South Sudan’s army spokesman Col Philip Aguer told BBC that thousands of armedmen from the Lou Nuer tribe entered Pibor town and set fires to the grass-fudgedhomes and the hospital. He said the army and the UN peace keepers were indefense positions protecting the towns of ministry center, but being totallyoutnumbered by about 6000 attackers. They are unable to prevent the homes beingburnt to the ground, almost all the residence of people from the Murle tribe, andthey had already fled.



Therewill be more clashes in Syria between anti-government protesters and securityforces. The violence comes on the 5th day of the Arab league observermission. As foreign journalists are restricted from reporting inside Syria,John Donason sent this account from the neighboring Lebanon. Video posted onthe Internet from Idlib in the north of the country. The depict show watercannon being used on protesters. There was also the sound of gun fire. Meanwhile,Arab league observers continued their mission. In more online video a man who appearedin a monitor in southern town of Daraa acknowledged he’d seen government snipersfiring from roof tops. But the head of the observer mission xxxxxxxxxxxx has xxxxxxxxxxxxxtold BBC his xxxxxxxxxxxxxx mistaken. This xxxxxxx demonstrated these claimsthat Mr. Dubby is biased towards the Syrian government.


TheAmerican space agency last night is about to put 2 new satellites into orbitaround moon to map its gravity. Scientists expected the day to xxxxxxxxxx what exactlylies beneath the moon’s surface. Shedding new light and how the lunar body formedand how it changes through time. This is the first mission to focus specificallyon the moon’s gravity.




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Protestersof xxxxxxxxxxx with pully xxxxxxxxthe mainly xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx in south east Turkey.Demonstrators have said chant and slogans and thrown stones at the policemenwho responded with water cannon. The violence followed the police raid duringwhich 2 suspected xxxxxx rebel died.

A 15year old Afghan child bride has spoken of her torture xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx herhusband’s family. Xxxxxxxxxxxxxx were sold him to marriage by a brother for5000 dollars. So xxxxxxxxxxxx was locked up, and brutally beaten. She is nowrecovering in a hospital. Carilen reports from Kabul. Lying in her hospital bed,xxxxx young face still the best evidence for the 6 month’s deal. Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.sheis only 15, but she was married off from 14 the man twice her age. In thisfamily locked her in a basement, starve and torture her. The police rescued herand her family raised a alarm. She told them that it was her mother in law who plowedher hair and nails. The police say she was also burnt with cigarettes. It wasn’tsure why they will be so violent. Although someone believes that xxxxx wastrying to force her in prostitution.


2people have been killed and 17 injured in an attack in a police station insouthern Colombia. Official said the explosive device was thrown into thepolice station in xxxxxxxxxxxx killing the wife and 8 month or baby of a localcommander. Police said the country’s largest left-wing guerrilla group the FARCwas behind the attack.

Officials in Chile say theyhave detained the xxxxxxxxx tourist. They suspected having caused the forest firein a natural reserve in the south of the country. More than a 100 square kilometersof Christin forest has already burnt in the Torresdel PaineNational Park.Hundreds of firefighters continue to fight the blaze.
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[Homework]BBC 2012-01-01

BBC news with Sue M
The Nigeria president Goodluck Johnson has declared a state of emergency in some parts of the country, following a series of bomb attacks on Christmas day. The Islamist Group XXX said it carried the ...President Johnson described the group as a cancer of growth ,attempting to destroy Nigeria. Tommy XXX reports from L.
In the ... address to the nation, President Goodluck Johnson declared a state of emergency in some areas in north of country which become scenes of violence.The President also announced the borders of these states will be closed to prevent what he described as terrorism elements from getting in. A special military unit will also be set up under the chief of defense staff to overcome the security challenges. President Johnson has been under increasing pressure to address the violence that plagued many parts of northern Nigeria. And this announcement reveals his toughest stance so far.
The army in South Sudan says 16,000 warriors from XXX tribe have attacked the town of XXX, home to the rival XXX. On Friday, the United Nations deployed more troops to XXX, but there are reported to be only  800 soliders to defend the town. Thousands have already fled XXX. Here is our Easter African correspondent Will Ross.
South Sudan army spokesman colonel XXX told the BBC that thousands of armed men from XXX tribe into XXX set fire to XXX that homes and hospital.He said the army and the UN peacekeepers were in defense position protecting the towns of ... center , but being totally outnumbered by about six thousand attackers they were unable to prevent homes being burnt the ground. Almost all citizens from XXX tribe, they have already fled.
There have been more clashed in Syria between anti-government protesters and security forces. The violence comes in the 5th day of the Arab League observer mission , As foreign journalists are restricted from reporting inside the Syria, John sent this account from neighboring Lebonan.
Videos posted on the Internet from XXX in north of the country appeared to show water canon being used on protesters.There were also sound of gunfire.Meanwhile, Arab league observers continued their mission.In more online video, a man who appeared to be monitor in the southern town of D acknowleged he had seen government snipers firing from roof tops. But the head of the observer commission XXX has sincerely told the BBC his collegues was mistaken. Mr.XXX demonstrated claims that Mr.XXX is biased towards the Syrian government.
The American Agency NASA is about to put 2 new satellate into the orbit of Moon to map its gravity.Scientists expect the day to reveal what exactly lies beneath the Moon surface, ... new line of the lunar body formed and how it changed through time. This is the first observe mission to focus specifically on the Moon gravity.
BBC news.
Protesters have clashed with police in the mainly Kurdish city of XXX in southeastern Turkey.Demonstrators are said to enchant slogans and throw stone at police who responded with water canon.The violence follows a police raid during which 2 susppected kurdish rebels died.
A 15-year-old Afgan child XXX has spoken his torture ... husband family. XXX, an orphan, was sold into a marriage by a brother for $5,000. She was locked up and brutally beaten. She is now recovering in hospital. XXX reports from Karbul.
Line in the hospital bed, the ... young face still the best evidence the first 6 month ... One eye half shut ...Skins were spidered with scars.She is any 15, but she's married off for 14, ... twice her age. In this family ,locked her in the basement and ... and tortured her. The police rescued her after her family raised the XXX . She told them she was her mother-in-law that put out her .. and her nails.The police said she was also burnt with cigarettes.No one shore why the abuse was so violence or ... .
Two people have been killed and 17 injured in the attack in policestation in southen Columbia.Official said the explosive device was thrown into the police station in XXX, killing a wife and 8-month-old baby of ... commander.Police said the country's largest left-wing guerrilla group FARC was behind the attack.
Officials in Chilie say they have detained an Israeli tourist who is suspected to having caused forest fire in the nature reserve in the south of the country.More than 100km2 in C forest have already burned in the tallest ...in the national park in XXX.Hundreds of fire fighters continue to fight the blaze.
BBC news.

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[Homework]BBC 2012-01-01

BBC News with Sue.M
The Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has decleard a state of emergency in some parts of the country following a serious bombing attacks on Christmas Day.The Islamist group B.Hara said it carried them out.President Jonathan has described the group as a cancerous group attempting to destroy Nigerian.T.O resports from Lagos.
In a live address to the nation President Goodluck Jonathan declared the state of emergency in some areas in the north of country which have scenes of violences.The President also announced the border of these states would be closed to prevent what he described as terrorist's elements from getting in.A speically military union also be set up under the chief of defence stuff to overcome the security challenges.President Jonathan has been ending inceasing pressure to address the violence that has plagued many parts of north Nigerian and this announcement reveals his toughest stance so far.
The army in South Sudan says six thousand warriors from the Lou Nuer tribe have attacked the town of Pibo,home to the rival Murle tribe.And Fridays the United Nations deployed more troops to Pibor but there were reported to be only eight hundred soldiers defending the town.Thousands of people have already fled Pibro.Here is our East-Africa correspondent T.Ross.
South Sudan's army spokesman K.P told BCC that thousands of armed men from the Lou Muer tribe entered Pibor town and set fire to the grass-thatched homes and the hospital.He said the army and the UN peace keepers were in denfensvie position preventing the town's administrative center.But being totally outnumbered by about six thousand attackers.They were unable to prevent the homes being burned to the ground.Almost all of residents are from the Murle tribe and they had already fled.
There have been more clashes in Syria between anti-government protestors and security forces.The violence comes on the fifth day of the Arabic League obeserve mission.As foreign journalists are restricted from reporting inside Syria.John.D said this is account from neighbor Lebanon.
Vedio posted on the Internet from Idilib in the north of the country appeared to show water cannon being used on protestors.There was alos this sound of gun fire,meanwhile Arabic League obeservers continued that mission.In more online vedio,a man who appeared to be a monitor in the southern town of Direrra.Acknowledged he'd seen government snipers firing from roof tops.But the head the observer mission M.O has since told BBC his colleague was mistaken.This would allow demonstrator's claims that M.O is bias towards the Syria government.
The American Space agency NASA about to put two new satellites into orbit around the moon to map its gravity.Scientists expect the data to reveal what exactly likes beneath the moon surface,shedding new light on how the lunar body formed and how it's changed through time.This is the first mission to focus specifically on the moon's gravity.BBC News.
Protestors have clashed with police in the mainly Kurdish city of deyaribk in southeast Turkey.Demonstrators are said to have chanted slogons and thrown stones to the police who responded wite water cannon.The violence follows a police rat druing which two suspected Kurdish rebels died.
A fifteen-year old Afghan child bride has spoken of her torture at the hands of her husband's family.S.G was sold into marriage by her brother for five thousand dollars.S. said she was locked up and brutally beaten she is now recovering in the hospital.Caroline.whtie reports from Kabul.
Lying on her hospital bed,S' face still bears the evidence of her six months ordeal.One eye hard shoten solemn,her skin a spider a wrap of scars.She is only fifteen but was married off at fourteen to a man twice her age.In his family,locked here in a basement and starved and tortured her.The police recused her after her family raised the alarm.She tell them that was her father-in-law who'd pulled out her hair and her nails.The police say she was alos burned with cigarettes.No one assure while the abuse was so violent although some believe Sar's inlaws were trying to force her into prostitution.
Two people have been killed and seventeen injured in an attack a polic station in soutern Colombia.Offical said an explosive device was through into a police station in Nato killing the wife and eight-month old baby of a local commander.Police said the country's largest left-wring guerrilla group the Farc was behind the attack.
Officials in Chile say they have detained an Israeli tourist.They suspected of having caused the forest fire in a natural reserve in sourth of the country.More than a hundred square killometes of Christin forest has already burned in Torres Del Pina national park in Patagonia.Hundreds of firefighters contine to fight the blaze.


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BBC News with Sue Montgomery
Nigeria president Goodluck Jonathan has declared a state of emergency in some parts of the country, following a bomb attack on Christmas day. The Islamist group Boko Haram said he carried the …. Mr. Jonathan has described the group as cancerous gross, attempting to destroy Nigeria. Tomi Oladipo reports from Lagos.

In a … - dressed nation, President Goodluck Jonathan declared a state of emergency in some areas in the north of the country, which became seen as violence. The president also announced the border of these states will be closed to prevent what he described as terrorist elements from getting in. A special military unit will also be set up under the chief of defense staff to overcome the security challenges. President Jonathan has been under increasing pressure to address the violence as a plea in many parts of northern Nigeria, and this announcement reveals its top stance so far.

The army in South Sudan says six thousand warriors from the Lou Nuer tribe have attacked the town of Pibor, home to a rival Murle tribe. On Friday, the United Nations deployed more troops to Pibor, but they were reported to be only 800 soldiers defending the town. Thousands of people have already fled Pibor. Here is our east- Africa correspondent Will Ross.

South Sudan army spokesman … told BBC that thousands of armed men from the Lou Nuer tribe entered Pior town and set fire to the grass-fetched homes and the hospital. He said the army and the UN peacekeepers were in defense positions, protecting the town’s military center, but were totally outnumbered by about 6,000 attackers. They were unable to prevent the homes to be burnt to the ground. Almost all the residents in Pibor are from Murle tribe. They have already fled.

There have been more clashes in Syria between anti-government protestors and security forces. The violence comes as the 50 of the Arab League observation. As foreign journalist Jonathan from reporting inside Syria, John Donathan sent this … from neighbor in Lebanon.

Video posted on the internet from … in the north of the country appear to show water … being used on protestors. There was also … sound of gunfire. Meanwhile, Arab League Observance continued their mission. In more on-line video, a man who appeared to be a monitor in the southern town of Deraa acknowledged he’d seen government snipers firing from roof tops. But there hadn’t been observation Mr. …. … told BBC his colleague was mistaken. … that Mr. … was biased to … the Syrian government.  

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[Homework]BBC 2012-01-01

BBC news with Sue Montgamery
The Nigerian president, G..(goodluck?)Jonnerson, has declared the state of emergency in some parts of the country, following a series of bomb attack on Christmas eve. The islamic group B..H..said they carried them out. The president Jonnerson has described the group as the cancer growth, attemping to destroy Nigeria. Tommy O..reports from L...
In a live address to the nation, Goodluck Jonnerson has declared the state of emergency in some areas in some north of the country, which have come and seen the violence. The president also announced the border of these states will be closed to prevent what he described as terrorist elements from getting in. A special military unity has also been set up under the chief of Defence staff to overcome the security chanllenges. President Jonnerson has been under increasing pressure to address the violent that has played in many parts of Northern Nigeria, and this annoucement reveals his toughest stance so far.
The army in south Sudan said 6,000 m..., from the ...tribe, have attacked the ... of the people, home to m.. tribe. On Friday, the United Nations deployed more troopes to people, but there's a report only 8,000 soldiers defending its home. Thousands of people have already fled P... Here's our East African correspondent Will Ross.
South Sudan army spokeman Cononel F..F.. told the BBC that thousand of armed men from ... tribe entered people's town, and set fire to grass-fetch home and hospital. He said the army and UN peack keepers were in defence positions protecting the towns and military center. But they were in totally outnumber by 6,000 attackers. They were unable to prevent the homes from being burned to the groud. Almost all residence of people are from the m.. tribe, and they already have fled.
There have more series clashes in Syria beteeen anti-government protesters and security forces. The violence comes on the 5th day of the Arab-led observer mission. As foreign journalist S.. S..from Reporting in south Syria, J.. sent this account from neighboring Lebanon.
Video posted on the Internet from I.. in the North of the country appears to show water cannon been used on protesters. There's also the sound of gunfire. Meanwhile, Arab-led oberservers continue their mission. In more online videos, a man who appeared to be a monitor in southern town of D.. acknowledged he'd seen govern snipers firing from roof top. The head of observer mission Mr. Darbe told the BBC his colleague was mistaken. .. demonstrater claimed Mr. Darbe was a b.. to all its syrian government.
The American space agency NASA is about to put 2 new satellites into orbit around the moon to map its gravity. Scientists expect the data to reveal what exactly lies beneath the moon surface, sharing new lites? and having lunar body form, and how it changes through time. This is the first mission to focus specifically on the moon's gravity. BBC news.
Protesters have clashed with bullyes in mainly Kirdish city... in Southeast Turkey. Demonstraters have set to chant the slogans, and throw stones to police who responded with water cannon. The violence followed a police raid during which 2 kirdish rebels died.
A 15-year old Afgan child bride has spoken of her torture the hands of her  husband's family. Magu and Ofen were sold to marriage by a brother for 5,000 dollars. .. said she was locked up and brutally beaten. She's now recovering in hospital. Karlan .. reports from Kabul.
... in bed and has a youny face, still bears the evidence of her 6 months' ordeal...skin ...scars. She's at her 15, but she was married off for 14 to a man twice her age. In this family, lock her in a basement and starved and tortured her. The police rescued her after her family raised the alarm. It was her mother in lock who pulled out her hair and her nails. The police said she was burned with cigarrets. They were shocked by the abuse was so violent. While some believe it's a ask in ...which try to force her into porstitution.
2 has been killed and 17 injuried in an attack in a police station in Southern Columbia. Police said an explosive device was thrown into the police station in a litter killing a white-fed 8-month old baby of the local commander. The police said the country's largest left-wing guerrilla group the FUCK? was behind the attack.
Officials in Chile say that they have detained an Israil tourist, the suspect having caused a forest fire in a need to reserve the south of the country. More than 100 square kilometers of Christina Forest have already burned in.. National Park in Pentergonia?. Hunderds of firefighters continue to fight the blaze.
BBC news
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BBC news with Sue Montgomery
The Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has declared a state of emergency in some parts of the country following a series of bomb attacks on Christmas Day. The Islamist Group, Boko Haram said it carried them out. President Jonathan has described the group as a cancerous growth, attempting to destroy Nigeria. Tomi Oldipo reports from legos.
In a live address to the nation, President Goodluck Jonathan declared a state of emergency in some areas in the north of the country which have become scenes of violence. The president also announced the border of these states will be closed to prevent what he described as terrorist elements from getting in. A special military unit will also be set up under the chief of defense staff to overcome the security challenges. President Jonathan has been under increasing pressure to address the violence that has plagued many parts of northern Nigeria and this announcement reveals his toughest stance so far.

The army in south Sudan says 6000 warriors from the Lou Nuer tribe have attacked the town of Pibor, home to the rival Murle tribe. On Friday, the United Nations deployed more troops to Pibor but there are reported to be only 800 soldiers defending the town. Thousands of people had already fled Pibor. Here’s our East-Africa correspondent Will Ross.
South Sudan’s army spokesman Colonel Philip Aguer told BBC that thousands of armed men from the Lou Nuer tribe entered the Pibor town and set fire to the grass-thatched homes and the hospital. He said the army and the UN peacekeepers were in defensive positions protecting the towns of administrative center. But being totally outnumbered by about 6000 attackers, they were unable to prevent the homes being burned to ground. Almost all the residents of Pibor are from the Murle tribe. And they had already fled.

There have been more clashes in Syria between anti-government protesters and security forces. The violence comes on the 5th day of the Arab league observer mission. As foreign journalists are restricted from reporting inside Syria, John Donison sent this account from neighboring Lebanon.
Video posted on the internet from Idlib in the north of the country appeared to show water cannon being used on protesters. There was also the sound of gunfire. Meanwhile, Arab league observers continued their mission. In more online video, a man who appeared to be a monitor in the southern town of Deraa acknowledged he’d seen government snipers firing from rooftops. But the head of the observer mission Mustafa al-Dabi has since told BBC his colleague was mistaken. This will add demonstrators’ claims that Mr. al-Dabi is biased towards the Syrian government.

The American space agency NASA is about to put two new satellites into orbit around the moon to map its gravity. Scientists expected the data to reveal what exactly lies beneath the moon surface, shedding new light on how the lunar body formed and how it’s changed through time. This is the first mission to focus specifically on the moon’s gravity.

BBC news

Protesters have clashed with police in the mainly Kurdish city of Diyarbakir in southeast Turkey. Demonstrators are said to have chanted slogans and thrown stones at the police who responded with water cannon. The violence follows a police raid during which two suspected Kurdish rebels died.

A 15-year-old Afghan child bride has spoken of her torture at the hands of her husband’s family. Sahar Gul, an orphan, was sold into marriage by her brother for 5000 dollars. Sahar says she was locked up and brutally beaten; she’s now recovering in hospital. Caroline Wyatt reports from Kabul.
Lying in her hospital bed, Sahar’s young face still bears the evidence of her 6-month ordeal. One eye half-shut and swollen, her skin / scars. She is only 15, but she was married off at 14 to a man twice her age. And his family locked her in a basement and starved and tortured her. The police rescued Sahar after her family raised the alarm. She told them that it was her mother-in-law who’d pulled out her hair and her nails. The police say she was also burned with cigarettes. No one was sure why the abuse was so violently although some believed that Sahar’s inlaws were trying to force her into prostitution.

Two people have been killed and 17 injured in an attack in a police station in southern Columbia. Officials said an explosive device was thrown into the police station of Orito, killing the wife and 8-month-old baby of the local commander. Police said the country’s largest left-wing guerilla group, the Farc, was behind the attack.

Officials in Chile say they have detained an Israeli tourist they suspected of having caused a forest fire in a nature reserve in the south of the country. More than 100 square kilometers of pristine forest has already burned in the Torres del Paine national park Patagonia. Hundreds of firefighters continued to fight the blaze.

BBC news.
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