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South Sudan's President Salva Kiir says he's prepared to enter in talks with his rival and former deputy Riek Machar to end four days of violence that left hundreds dead. The offer of dialogue comes after a direct request from the UN Secretary General which urged him to seek peace at all cost. Mr. Kiir has accused Riek Machar of staging a military coup which Mr. Machar has strongly denied. He counter-claims that the President is trying to quash critics. Danny Eberhard reports.

Diplomats of the United Nations fear South Sudan might be sliding toward civil war. They've called for a political solution. Now President Kiir says he will talk with his arch rival, but he told reporters in Juba that he didn't know what any potential talks with Mr. Machar might achieve. And it's far from clear how any talks would happen. Mr. Machar says he is currently in the vicinity of Juba but on the run from government forces. Some thought strain normality returned to the streets of Juba. But the fighting had spread elsewhere in the meantime.

Egypt's public prosecutor has ordered that the ousted former President Mohammed Morsi's stand trial on charges of conspiring with foreign militant group to commit terrorist acts in Egypt. More than 30 other Islamists have also have been charged. From Cairo Orla Guerin.

A statement from Egypt's top prosecutor describes their latest charges against Mohammed Morsi as the biggest case of conspiracy in the country's history. If convicted, he and fellow leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood could get the death penalty. They are accused of forming an alliance with the militants of Hamas and Hezbollah to carry out violent attacks. Prosecutors claim the Brotherhood targeted security forces in the restive Sinai Peninsula and beyond.

The Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has criticized an investigation into alleged high-level corruption in his government calling it a dirty operation. He told a news conference he would not allow political plotting and he said some people wanted to stop Turkey's rapid growth on the world's stage. From Istanbul our correspondent James Reynolds reports.

The deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc has criticized the corruption investigation as a planned operation, but he refused to say who might be behind it. Mr. Arinc spoke after a meeting in the capital Ankara with the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and several other ministers. The Deputy Prime Minister also told reporters that the government would not engage in any effort to block the judicial process.

The German Chancellor Angela Merkel is to hold talks with her French counterpart President Francois Hollande. They are trying to reach a compromise on plans for uniting the Euro Zone's banks under one controlling authority. The German government is weary of shouldering some of their responsibilities for bailing out foreign banks while French authorities are a main champion of the scheme.

This is the World News from the BBC

Nigeria's president Goodluck Jonathan has lost his majority in the lower house of parliament after 37 MPs from his People's Democratic Party defected to the main opposition group, the All Progressives Congress. The APC was boosted last month by recruiting a number of state governors who'd also broken away from Mr. Jonathan's party. The PDP has won every national elections since the end of the military rule in 1999.

The Russian parliament has approved an amnesty law which could lead to the release of Greenpeace activists and members of the protest band Pussy Riot. The amnesty could be applied as early as Thursday but opposition politicians wanted it extended to all political prisoners. Faiza Oulahsen is one of the Greenpeace activists set for an early release, but she has mixed feelings.

“For now I'm not excited. We are being granted amnesty for peacefully protesting in the Arctic. We did nothing wrong. We've spent in jail for doing nothing wrong, and now we are deemed guilty but granted amnesty and 26 of us will be able to go home after this sooner or later but what will it mean for our Russian colleagues who still have the rest of their lives in this country.”

A court in the United States has convicted a former BP engineer of obstruction of justice in connection with the Gulf of Mexico oil spill three years ago. Kurt Mix was found guilty of deleting hundreds of text messages to his supervisor at BP and a contractor in the weeks after the accident.

A man who was once considered one of the world's top wine collectors has been found guilty of committing fraud by selling fake vintages. A court in New York heard that Rudy Kurniawan had made millions by blending cheap products in his kitchen in California and selling them to wealthy investors around the world. Labels, empty bottles and recipes were found when the house was raided.

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BBC News with Stewart Macintosh
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South Sudan's President Salva Kiir says he's prepared to entering talks with his rival and former deputy Riek Machar to end four days of violence that left hundreds dead. The offer of dialogue comes after a directive requires from the UN Secretary General which urged him to seek peace at all cost. Mr. Kiir accused Riek Machar of staging a military coup which Mr.Machar has strongly denied. He counted claims that the President is trying to quash critics. Danny Eberhard reports.
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Diplomatics of the United Nations fear South Sudan might be sliding toward civil war. They've called for political solutions. Now President Kiir says he will talk with his arch rival, but he told reporters in Juba that he didn't know what any potential talks with Mr. Machar might achieve. And it's far from clear how any talks would happen. Mr. Machar says he is currently in the facility of Juba but on the run from government forces. Some thought strain normality has returned streets of Juba. But the fighting had spread elsewhere in the meantime.
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Egypt's public prosecutor has ordered that the ousted former President Mohammed Morsi's stand trial on charges of conspiring with foreign militant group to commit terrorist acts in Egypt. More than 30 other Islam ministers have also have been charged. From Cairo Orla Guerin.
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A statement from Egypt's top prosecutor described the latest charges against Mohammed Morsi as the biggest case of conspiracy in the country's history. If convicted, he and fellow leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood could get the death penalty. They are accused of forming an alliance with militants of Hamas and Hezbollah to carry out violent attacks. Prosecutors claim the Brotherhood targeted security forces in the restive Sinai peninsula and beyond.
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The Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has criticized an investigation into alleged high-level corruption in his government calling it a dirty operation. He told a news conference he would not allow political plotting and he said some people wanted to stop Turkey's rapid growth on the world's stage. From Istanbul our correspondent James Reynolds reports.
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The deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc has criticized the corruption investigation as a planned operation, but he refused to say who might be behind it. Mr Arinc spoke after a meeting in the capital Ankara with the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and several other ministers. The Deputy Prime also told reporters that the government would not engage in any effort to block the judicial process.
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The German Chancellor Angela Merkel has held talks with her French counterpart President Francois Hollande. They are trying to reach compromise on plans for uniting the Eurozone's banks under one controlling authority. The German government is weary of shelving some of their responsibilities for bailing out foreign banks while French authorities are a main champion of the scheme.
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This is the world News from the BBC
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Nigeria's president Goodluck Jonathan has lost his majority in the lower house of parliament after 37 MPs From his People's Democratic Party defected to the main opposition group, the All Progressives Congress. The APC was boosted last month by recruiting a number of state governors who'd also broken away from Mr.Jonathan's party. The PDP has won everyone national elections since the end of the military rule in 1999.
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The Russian parliament has approved an amnesty law which could lead to the release of Greenpeace activists and members of the protest band Pussy Riot. The amnesty could be applied as early as Thursday but opposition politicians wanted it extend to all political prisoners. Faiza Oulahsen is one of the Greenpeace activists set for an early release, but she has mixed feelings.
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For now I'm not excited. We are being granted amnesty for peacefully protesting in the Arctic. We did nothing wrong. We've spent in jail for doing nothing wrong, and now we are deemed guilty but granted amnesty and 26 of us will be able to go home after this, sooner or later but what will this mean for our Russian colleagues who still have the rest of their lives in this country.
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A court in the United States has convicted a former BP engineer of obstruction of justice in connection with Gulf of Mexico oil spill three years ago. Kurt Mix was found guilty of deleting hundreds of text messages to his supervisor at BP and a contractor in the weeks after the accident.
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A man who was wanted to consider one of the world's top one collector has been found guilty of committing fraud by selling fake vintages. A court in New York heard that Rudy Kurniawan had made millions by blending cheap productions in his kitchen in California and selling them to wealthy investors around the world, labels, empty bottles and recipes were found when the house was raided.
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[Homework]BBC 2013-12-19

BBC news with June Machtosh.South Sudan's president XX says he's preparing to enter the talks with his rivals,former DPD XX XX to end 4 days of violence----left hundreds of dead.The offer of dialogue comes after a direct request from the UN secretary,which urged in the seek base(???/) of all costs. Mr.XX, who seek security from Macha of station military cue with Mr.Macha who strowned tonight.He can't claim the president is trying to courtship his credits.
Donny Abraham reports.
Diplomats of the UN face(????) South Sudan must be sliding towards to Civil War.They prefer political solution.Now President K says he'll talk without rival,but he told reporter in Juber that he didn't know what any potential talks with Mr.XX might achieve, and it's far from clear how many talks would happen. Mr.Macha says he is carrying in the proximity of Juber(????) but on the run for the government forces.Some sort of XX normalities returns to streets of Juber but fighting spread out everywhere in the meantime.

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south Sudan president ? said he is prepared to reinforce his talk to his rival, his former deputy ? to end four days of violence, left hundreds dead. the dialogue comes after the direct request from UN secretary general which urged to keep peace with all cost. Mr. Kear has accuse ? of staging military codes which Mr.Marcha strongly denied. he counterclaimed that President is trying to cautious his critics. Abraham reports: diplomats in UN in south sudan might be sliding toward civil war. they are call for political solution. now president Kear says he will talk ? but he talked to reporters in October that he didn't know what any potential talks with Mr. Marcha might achieve and it is far from clear how many talk would happen. Mr. Marcha said he is carrying ?  but underground for government forces . some sorts of streams of nomality returns to the streets in October and fighting ?    in the mean time.


Egypt public prosecutor         former president ? stand the trial of the     charges of conspiring with foreign military groups to commit terror activitives in Egypt. more than 30 other isralines also been charged.
as statement from the Egypt top prosecutor described the latest charges against  Moham Morses as the biggest case of conspiracy in the country's history. if convicted, he and  fellow leaders of Moslin brotherhood could get death penalty. they were accused of forming alliance with militance ? to carry violent attacks. prosecutors claimed that brotherhood targeted security forces in the west side of Pennysulia and beyond.


the Turkey PM has ? has criticized that the investigation into the the lately Thailand corruption in his government, calling it a dirty operation. he told the news conference that he would not allowed political plotting and he said some people want to stop Turkey's rapid growth on the world stage. from Estanbu    reports: the deputy PM ? has criticized the corruption in the investigation as a planned operation, but he refused to say who might be behind it. Mr. ?  spoke after meeting in the capital ? with PM Rich Ted Edwine and several other administers. the deputy PM also told the reports that government would not engage in any effort to block the judicial process.


the Germany Chancellor  Angela Merkel is hold talks with French  ? the president of ? they are trying to reach compromise to fast the reuniting the EU zone banks under one controlling authority. the Germany government is willing to show some of the responsibilities for bailing out foreign banks while French authorities are main champion of the scheme.  


Negera president? has lost his majority in the lower house of parliment after 37 in piece from his people's democratic party defecting his main opposition group in all progress in congress. PC was boosted last month by recruiting a number of state governance who would also broke away Mr. Johnson's party.EDP has won every national election since the end of military rule in 1999.


the Russian parliment has approved the ammbassy law which could lead to the release of the green piece of activists and members of the protest banned ?. the ambassy  could be applied to as early as thursday but opposition politicians want to extend it to all political prisoners. V Larsen is one of the green piece activists set for earlier release, but she has mixed feelings. for now , I am not excited. we are being granted ? for   produsting in arctic. we did nothing wrong. we spent in jail for doing nothing wrong and now we are deemed to be guilty but granted ?. and 26 of us will be able to go home after this sooner or later. but what will it mean for Russian colleagues who still have their lives in this country.


the court team in UN has convicted a former BP engineer of  structions of justice in connection to Mexical oil spill 4 years ago. Kerbe Mitt was found guilty of deleting  hundreds of text messages of supervisors of BP and contractor in the weeks after the accident.


a man who was once considered as world's top wine collectors has been found guilty for committing fraud by selling fake vantages. according to new york ? have made millions by blending cheap products in his kitchen in Carlifornia and selling them to wealthy investors around the world. lables of the empty bottles of recipes were found in his house was raided.

















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[Homework]BBC 2013-12-19
BBC news with XXX.
South Sudan's president Salva Kiir says he is prepared to entering to talks with his rival,and formal deputy Riek Machar, to end four days of violence that left hundreds dead.The offer of dialogue comes after a direct request from the UN secretary general which urged him to seek peace at all costs. Mr.Kiir has accused Mr.Machar of staging a military coup which Mr.XXX has strongly denied. Machar claimed that the president is trying to crush his critics.

diplomasaty(?) United Nations felt South Sudan might be sliding towards civil war, they called  for political solution,now president Kiir says he will talk to his rival,but he talked to reporters in Juba, he didn't know what any potential talks with Mr.Machar might achieve, and it's far from clear, how any talks would happen. Mr.Machar says he is currently at the facility of Juba , but on the run from government forces. Some sort of stray normalities(?) return to the streets of Juba, but fighting a spread of swear(?) in the mean time.

Egypt public prosecutors all the XXX(?) former president Muhanmmed Hosni stand trail on charges of conspiring with foreign militant group to commit terrorist activity in Egypt.More than 30 other Muslins(?) are also been charged.

From Cairo, XXX.
A statement form Egypt top prosecutor described the latest charges against Muhanmmed Hosni as the biggest case of conspiracy in the country's history, if convicted, he and fellow leaders of the Muslin Brotherhood could get the death penalty. They are accused of forming an alliance with the militants of XXX and XXX to carry out violent attacks. Prosecutors claimed the Brotherhood targeted security forces in the rest of XXX(?) and beyond.

The XXX minister XXX has criticized an investigation into a legend high level of corruption in his government, calling it a dirty operation.He told in the congress that he will not allowed political plotting and he said some people want to stop Turkey's rapid growth on the world stage.

From Istanbul, XXX reports.
The deputy minister XXX has criticized the corruption investigation as a planted operation, but he refused to say who might be behind it. Mr.XXX spoke after a meeting in the capital Ankara with the minister XXX and several ministers. The deputy prime minister also told reporters that the government will not engage in any effort to block the judicial process.

The German XXX(?) hold talks with her French counterpart president XXX,they are trying to get a compromise as for uniting the Euro's(?) own(?) bank under one controlling authority.The German government is XXX(?) some of the responsibility for bailing out foreign banks. While French authorities are a main champion of the scheme.

This is the world news from the BBC.

Nigeria's president Goodluck Jonathan has lost his majority in the lower house of parliament after 37 XXX from his people's democratic party, defective to the main position group all progressive congress, the APC was boosted last month by recruiting a number of state governors who'd also broke away from Jonathan's party. The PDP has won every national elections since the end of the military rule in 1999.

The Russian parliament has approved XXX law which could lead to the release of Green Peace activist and members of the protest band XXX. The XXX could be applied as early as Thursday, but opposition politicians want to extended to all the political prisoners.
XXX is one of the Green Peace activists set from early release, but she has mixed feelings,"for now, I'm not excited, we are being grounded XXX for peacefully protesting in the artic(?),
we did nothing, we've spent(?) in jail for doing nothing wrong, and now we are XXX guilty but grounded XXX and  26 of us will be able to go home after this, sooner or later, but our Russian colleges still have the reast of their lives in this country."

A court say in United State has convicted a former BP engineer of (?)struction of justice in connection with Mexico oil spiling four years ago. XXX was found guilty of deleting hundreds of text messages to his superviser BP  XXX in the weeks after the accident.

A man who was once considered one of the world's top wine collector has been found guilty of committing fraud selling fake vintages, caught in New York, heard XXX had made millions by blending cheap products in his kitchen in California, selling them to wealthy investors around the world, labeled empty bottles and recipes were found when the house was raded(?).

[Homework]BBC 2013-12-19

BBC News with Stewart Macintosh

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir says he's prepared to enter into talks with his rival and former deputy Riek Machar to end 4-day's violence that left hundreds dead.The offer of a dialogue comes after a direct request from the UN Secretary General which urged him to seek peace at all costs.Mr.Kiir has accused Riek Machar of staging a military coup which Mr.Machar has strongly denied. He counted claims that the president is trying to quash his critics.Danny Aeberhard reports.


Diplomats of the United Nations fear South Sudan might be sliding towards civil war. They've called for political solution. Now,President Kiir says he will talk with his arch rival,but he hold reporters in Juba that he didn't know what any potential talks with Mr.Machar might achieve,and it's far from clear how any talks would happen. Mr.Machar says he's currently in the precincts of Juba,but on the run from government forces. Some sort of strain normality's returned to the streets in Juba, but fighting has spreaded elsewhere in the meantime.


Egypt's public prosecutors ordered the ousted former president Mohammed Morsi stand trial on charges of conspiring with foreign militant groups to commit terrorist acts in Egypt.More than 30 other Islamists have also been charged.From Cairo Orla Guerin.


A statement from Egypt's top prosecutor described the latest charges against Mohammed Morsi as the biggest case of conspiracy in the country's history. If convicted, he and fellow leaders of the Muslim brotherhood could get the death penalty. They've accused of forming an alliance with the militants of Hamas and Hezbollah to carry out violent attacks. Prosecutors claimed the brotherhood targeted security forces in the restive Sinai peninsula and beyond.


The Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has criticized an investigation into alleged high-level corruption in his government ,calling it a dirty operation. He told a new conference he would not allow political plotting and he said some people wanted to stop Turkey's rapid growth on the world's stage,from Istanbul,our correspondent James Reynolds reports.


The deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc has criticized the corruption investigation as a planned operation but he refused to say who might be behind it. Mr Arinc spoke after a meeting in the capital Ankara with the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and several other ministers.The deputy Prime Minister also told the reporters that the government would not engage in any effort to block the judicial process.


The German Chancellor Angela Merkel has hold talks with her French counterpart President Francois Hollande, they'are trying to reach a compromise on plans for uniting the eurozone banks under one controlling authority.The German government is weary of shouldering some of their responsibility for bailing out foreign banks while French authorities are a main champion of the scheme.


This is the world news from the BBC


Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan has lost his majority in the Lower House of Parliament after 37 MPs from his People's Democratic Party defected to the main opposition group,the All Progressive Congress. The APC was boosted last month by recruiting a number of state governors who had also broken away from Mr.Jonathan's party. The PDP has won every national elections since the end of military rule in 1999.


The Russian parliament has approved an amnesty law which could lead to the release of Greenpeace activists and members of the protest band Pussy Riot. The amnesty could be applied as early as Thursday,but opposition politicians wanted it to extend to all political prisoners. Faiza Oulahsen is one of the Greenpeace activists set from an early release,but she has mixed feelings.


For now,I'm not excited,we are being granted an amnesty for peacefully protesting in the Arctic.We did nothing wrong,we've spent in jail for doing nothing wrong,and now we're deemed guilty but granted to amnesty and 26 of us will be able to go home after this sooner or later,but what will it mean for our Russian colleagues who still have their rest of real life in this country.


A court in the United States has convicted a former BP engineer of obstructing of justice in connecting with the Golf of Mexico oil spill 4 years ago. Kurt Mix was found guilty of deleting hundreds of text messages to his supervisor at BP and a contractor in a weeks after the accident.


A man who was once considered one of the world's top wine collectors has been found guilty of committing fraud by selling fake vintages. A court in New York heard that Rudy Kurniawan had made millions by blending cheap products in his kitchen in California and selling them to wealthy investors around the world. Labels,empty bottles and recipes were found when the house was raided.


BBC News.

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[Homework]BBC 2013-12-19

South Sudan's president * says he has prepared to entering talks with his rival and former deputy * to end four days of violence that left hundreds dead.The offer of dialogue comes after a direct request from the UN secretary general which urged him to seek peace at all costs. Mr *  accused R* of staging a military coup which Mr * has strongly denied.He counted claims that the president is trying to quash his critics.Donne * reports.Diplomats of the United Nations fear South Sudan might be sliding towards civil war.They have called for a political solution.Now,president * says he will talk with his arch rival.But he told reporters in Juba,that he didn't know what any potential talks with Mr * might achieve. And it's far from clear how any talks would happen.Mr * says he's currently in the precincts of Juba,but on the run from government forces.Some sort of strain normalities returned to the streets of Juba,but fighting has spread else where in the meantime.


Egypt's public prosecutors ordered the ousted former president * stand trial on charges of conspiring with foreign militant group to commit terrorist acts in Egypt.More than 30 other Islamists have also been charged.From Cairo,*. A statement from Egypt's top prosecutor described the lastest charges against Mohanmurd Mursi as the biggest case of conspiracy in the country's history. If convicted,he and fellow leaders of the muslim brotherhood could get the death penalty.The are accused of forming an alliance with the militants of Hamas and * to carry out violent attacks.Prosecutors claimed the brotherhood targeted security forces in the rest of Saini peninsula and beyond.


The Turkish prime minister * has criticised an investigation into alleged high level corruption in his govenrment,calling it a dirty operation.He told a news conference that he would not allow political plotting and he said some people wanted to stop Turkey's rapid growth on the world stage.From *,our correspondent Jame * reports.
The deputy prime minister * has criticised the corruption investigation as a planed operation.But he refused to say who might be behind it.Mr * spoke after a meeting in the capital * with the prime minister * and several other ministers. The deputy prime minister also told reporters that the government would not engage in any efforts to block the judicial process.


The Germany chancellor * has hold talks with her French counterpart,president * ,they are trying to reach a compromise on plans for Uniting the Euro's owned banks under one controlling authority.The German government is weary of shoudering some of their responsibility for bailing out foreign banks,while French authorities are a main champion of the scheme.                                 
            

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BBC news with Stewart Macintosh.

South Sudan;'s president Salva Kiea says he has prepared to enter into talks with his rival and former deputy Riek Machar to end four days of violence that left hundreds dead. The offer of dialogue comes after a direct request from the UN secretary general which urge him to seek peace at all costs. Mr kier has accused Riek Machar of staging a military coup which Mr Machar has strongly denied. He count claims that president is trying to quash his critics. Dony Eiberha reports.

Diplomas in the United Nations fear South Sudan might be sliding in civil war. They've called for a political solution. Now president Kiea says he will talk with his arch rival but he told reporters in Juba that he didn't know what any potential talks with Mr Machar might achieve, and its far from clear how many talks would happen. Mr Machar says he is currently in the facility of Juba but on the run from government forces. Some sort strain normality has returned to the streets of Juba,but fighting had spread out elsewhere in the meantime.

Egypt's public prosecutors ordered the ousted former president Mohammed Morsi stand trial on charges of conspiring with foreign militant group to commit terrorist attack in Egypt. More than 30 other Islamist have also been charged. From Cairo, Orla Gairin.

A statement from Egypt's top prosecutor described the latest charges against Mohammed Morsi as the biggest case of conspiracy in the country's history. If convicted, he and fellow leaders of the Muslim brotherhood would get the death penalty. They are accused of forming an alliance with the militants of Hamas and / to carry out violent attacks. Prosecutors claimed the brotherhood targeted its security forces in the rest of Sini peninsular and beyond.

The Turkish prime minister has criticized an investigation into alleged high level corruption in his government,calling it a dirty operation. He told in news conference he would not allow political plotting and he said some people wanted to stop Turkey's rapid growth on the world's stage. From Istanbul our correspondent James Reynolds reports.

The deputy prime minister Buland Adam has criticized the corruption investigation as a planned operation,but he refused to say who might be behind it. Mr. Adam spoke after a meet in the capital Ankara with the prime minister Richard Taip Edwan and several other ministers. The deputy prime minister also told the reporters that the government would not engage in any efforts to block the judicial process.

The German chancellor Angela Merkel is to hold a talk with her French counterpart president Francois Holland. They are trying to reach a compromise on plans for uniting the euro-owns banks under one controlling authority. The German government is weary of shouldering some of responsibility for bailing out foreign banks, while French authorities are a main champion of the scheme.

This is the world news from the BBC.

Nigeria's president Goodluck Johnason has lost his majority in the Lower House of Parliament after 37 MPs from the his people's democratic party defected to the main opposition group,the all progressive congress. The APC was boosted last month by recruiting a number of state governors who had also broken away from Mr Johnason's party.The PDP has won every national election since the end of military rule in 1999.

The Russian parliament has approved an amnesty law which could lead to the release of green peace activists and members of the protest band Puci Riader. The amnesty could be applied as early as Thursday, but opposition politicians wanted to extent it to all political prisoners. Fiazen Wularson was one of the green activists set from early release. But she has mixed feelings.

For now,I'm not excited. We are being granted an amnesty for peaceful protesting in the Arctic.  We did nothing wrong, and we've spent in jail for doing nothing wrong and now we are deems guilty but granted amnesty. And 26 of us will be able to go home after this sooner or later, but what will it mean for Russian colleagues. We'll still have rest of their lives in this country.

A court in the United States has convicted a former BP engineer of obstruction of justice in connection with the gulf of Mexico oil spill three years ago. Kerb Mix was found guilty of deleting hundreds of text messages to his supervisor at BP and a contract in the weeks after the accident.

A man who was once considered one of the world's top wine collectors has been found guilty of committing fraud by selling fake vantages. A court in New York heard that Rolie Caronoun had made millions by blending cheap products in his kitchen in California and selling them to world wealthy investors around the world. Labels,empty bottles and recipes were found when the house was raided.

BBC news.
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BBC News with Stewart Macintosh
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South Sudan's President Salva Kiir says he's prepared to entering talks with his rival and former deputy Riek Machar to end four days of violence that left hundreds dead. The offer of dialogue comes after a directive requires from the UN Secretary General which urged him to seek peace at all cost. Mr. Kiir accused Riek Machar of staging a military coup which Mr.Machar has strongly denied. He counted claims that the President is trying to quash critics. Danny Eberhard reports.
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Diplomatics of the United Nations fear South Sudan might be sliding toward civil war. They've called for political solutions. Now President Kiir says he will talk with his arch rival, but he told reporters in Juba that he didn't know what any potential talks with Mr. Machar might achieve. And it's far from clear how any talks would happen. Mr. Machar says he is currently in the facility of Juba but on the run from government forces. Some thought strain normality has returned streets of Juba. But the fighting had spread elsewhere in the meantime.
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Egypt's public prosecutor has ordered that the ousted former President Mohammed Morsi's stand trial on charges of conspiring with foreign militant group to commit terrorist acts in Egypt. More than 30 other Islam ministers have also have been charged. From Cairo Orla Guerin.
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A statement from Egypt's top prosecutor described the latest charges against Mohammed Morsi as the biggest case of conspiracy in the country's history. If convicted, he and fellow leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood could get the death penalty. They are accused of forming an alliance with militants of Hamas and Hezbollah to carry out violent attacks. Prosecutors claim the Brotherhood targeted security forces in the restive Sinai peninsula and beyond.
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The Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has criticized an investigation into alleged high-level corruption in his government calling it a dirty operation. He told a news conference he would not allow political plotting and he said some people wanted to stop Turkey's rapid growth on the world's stage. From Istanbul our correspondent James Reynolds reports.
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The deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc has criticized the corruption investigation as a planned operation, but he refused to say who might be behind it. Mr Arinc spoke after a meeting in the capital Ankara with the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and several other ministers. The Deputy Prime also told reporters that the government would not engage in any effort to block the judicial process.
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The German Chancellor Angela Merkel has held talks with her French counterpart President Francois Hollande. They are trying to reach compromise on plans for uniting the Eurozone's banks under one controlling authority. The German government is weary of shelving some of their responsibilities for bailing out foreign banks while French authorities are a main champion of the scheme.
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This is the world News from the BBC
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Nigeria's president Goodluck Jonathan has lost his majority in the lower house of parliament after 37 MPs From his People's Democratic Party defected to the main opposition group, the All Progressives Congress. The APC was boosted last month by recruiting a number of state governors who'd also broken away from Mr.Jonathan's party. The PDP has won everyone national elections since the end of the military rule in 1999.
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The Russian parliament has approved an amnesty law which could lead to the release of Greenpeace activists and members of the protest band Pussy Riot. The amnesty could be applied as early as Thursday but opposition politicians wanted it extend to all political prisoners. Faiza Oulahsen is one of the Greenpeace activists set for an early release, but she has mixed feelings.
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For now I'm not excited. We are being granted amnesty for peacefully protesting in the Arctic. We did nothing wrong. We've spent in jail for doing nothing wrong, and now we are deemed guilty but granted amnesty and 26 of us will be able to go home after this, sooner or later but what will this mean for our Russian colleagues who still have the rest of their lives in this country.
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A court in the United States has convicted a former BP engineer of obstruction of justice in connection with Gulf of Mexico oil spill three years ago. Kurt Mix was found guilty of deleting hundreds of text messages to his supervisor at BP and a contractor in the weeks after the accident.
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A man who was wanted to consider one of the world's top one collector has been found guilty of committing fraud by selling fake vintages. A court in New York heard that Rudy Kurniawan had made millions by blending cheap productions in his kitchen in California and selling them to wealthy investors around the world, labels, empty bottles and recipes were found when the house was raided.
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BBC News with Stewart Macintosh.

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir says he's prepared to enter in talks with his rival and former deputy Riek Machar to end four days of violence that left hundreds dead. The offer of dialogue comes after a direct request from the UN Secretary General which urged him to seek peace at all cost. Mr. Kiir has accused Riek Machar of staging a military coup which Mr. Machar has strongly denied. He counted claims that the President is trying to quash his critics. Danny Eberhard reports.

Diplomats of the United Nations fear South Sudan might be sliding toward civil war. They've called for a political solution. Now President Kiir says he will talk with his arch rival, but he told reporters in Juba that he didn't know what any potential talks with Mr. Machar might achieve. And it's far from clear how any talks would happen. Mr. Machar says he is currently in the vicinity of Juba but on the run from government forces. Some thought a strain of normality has returned to the streets of Juba. But the fighting had spread elsewhere in the meantime.

Egypt's public prosecutor has ordered that the ousted former President Mohammed Morsi stand trial on charges of conspiring with foreign militant group to commit terrorist acts in Egypt. More than 30 other Islamists have also been charged. From Cairo, Orla Guerin.

A statement from Egypt's top prosecutor described the latest charges against Mohammed Morsi as the biggest case of conspiracy in the country's history. If convicted, he and fellow leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood could get the death penalty. They are accused of forming an alliance with the militants of Hamas and Hezbollah to carry out violent attacks. Prosecutors claim the Brotherhood targeted security forces in the restive Sinai Peninsula and beyond.

The Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has criticized an investigation into alleged high-level corruption in his government calling it a dirty operation. He told a news conference he would not allow political plotting and he said some people wanted to stop Turkey's rapid growth on the world's stage. From Istanbul our correspondent James Reynolds reports.

The deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc has criticized the corruption investigation as a planned operation, but he refused to say who might be behind it. Mr. Arinc spoke after a meeting in the capital Ankara with the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and several other ministers. The Deputy Prime also told reporters that the government would not engage in any effort to block the judicial process.

The German Chancellor Angela Merkel has held talks with her French counterpart President Francois Hollande. They are trying to reach a compromise on plans for uniting the Eurozone's banks under one controlling authority. The German government is weary of shouldering some of their responsibility for bailing out foreign banks while French authorities are a main champion of the scheme.

This is the world News from the BBC.

Nigeria's president Goodluck Jonathan has lost his majority in the lower house of parliament after 37 MPs from his People's Democratic Party defected to the main opposition group, the All Progressives Congress. The APC was boosted last month by recruiting a number of state governors who'd also broken away from Mr. Jonathan's party. The PDP has won everyone national elections since the end of the military rule in 1999.

The Russian parliament has approved an amnesty law which could lead to the release of Greenpeace activists and members of the protest band Pussy Riot. The amnesty could be applied as early as Thursday but opposition politicians wanted it extend to all political prisoners. Faiza Oulahsen is one of the Greenpeace activists set for an early release, but she has mixed feelings.

For now I'm not excited. We are being granted amnesty for peacefully protesting in the Arctic. We did nothing wrong. We've spent in jail for doing nothing wrong, and now we are deemed guilty but granted amnesty and 26 of us will be able to go home after this, sooner or later but what will this mean for our Russian colleagues who still have the rest of their lives in this country.

A court in the United States has convicted a former BP engineer of obstruction of justice in connection with the Gulf of Mexico oil spill three years ago. Kurt Mix was found guilty of deleting hundreds of text messages to his supervisor at BP and a contractor in the weeks after the accident.

A man who was once considered one of the world's top wine collectors has been found guilty of committing fraud by selling fake vintages. A court in New York heard that Rudy Kurniawan had made millions by blending cheap productions in his kitchen in California and selling them to wealthy investors around the world. Labels, empty bottles and recipes were found when the house was raided.

BBC News.
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BBC News with Stewart Macintosh.

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir says he's prepared to enter in talks with his rival and former deputy Riek Machar to end four days of violence that left hundreds dead. The offer of dialogue comes after a direct request from the UN Secretary General which urged him to seek peace at all cost. Mr. Kiir has accused Riek Machar of staging a military coup which Mr. Machar has strongly denied. He counted claims that the President is trying to quash his critics. Danny Eberhard reports.

Diplomats of the United Nations fear South Sudan might be sliding toward civil war. They've called for a political solution. Now President Kiir says he will talk with his arch rival, but he told reporters in Juba that he didn't know what any potential talks with Mr. Machar might achieve. And it's far from clear how any talks would happen. Mr. Machar says he is currently in the vicinity of Juba but on the run from government forces. Some thought a strain of normality has returned to the streets of Juba. But the fighting had spread elsewhere in the meantime.

Egypt's public prosecutor has ordered that the ousted former President Mohammed Morsi stand trial on charges of conspiring with foreign militant group to commit terrorist acts in Egypt. More than 30 other Islamists have also been charged. From Cairo, Orla Guerin.

A statement from Egypt's top prosecutor described the latest charges against Mohammed Morsi as the biggest case of conspiracy in the country's history. If convicted, he and fellow leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood could get the death penalty. They are accused of forming an alliance with the militants of Hamas and Hezbollah to carry out violent attacks. Prosecutors claim the Brotherhood targeted security forces in the restive Sinai Peninsula and beyond.

The Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has criticized an investigation into alleged high-level corruption in his government calling it a dirty operation. He told a news conference he would not allow political plotting and he said some people wanted to stop Turkey's rapid growth on the world's stage. From Istanbul our correspondent James Reynolds reports.

The deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc has criticized the corruption investigation as a planned operation, but he refused to say who might be behind it. Mr. Arinc spoke after a meeting in the capital Ankara with the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and several other ministers. The Deputy Prime also told reporters that the government would not engage in any effort to block the judicial process.

The German Chancellor Angela Merkel has held talks with her French counterpart President Francois Hollande. They are trying to reach a compromise on plans for uniting the Eurozone's banks under one controlling authority. The German government is weary of shouldering some of their responsibility for bailing out foreign banks while French authorities are a main champion of the scheme.

This is the world News from the BBC.

Nigeria's president Goodluck Jonathan has lost his majority in the lower house of parliament after 37 MPs from his People's Democratic Party defected to the main opposition group, the All Progressives Congress. The APC was boosted last month by recruiting a number of state governors who'd also broken away from Mr. Jonathan's party. The PDP has won everyone national elections since the end of the military rule in 1999.

The Russian parliament has approved an amnesty law which could lead to the release of Greenpeace activists and members of the protest band Pussy Riot. The amnesty could be applied as early as Thursday but opposition politicians wanted it extend to all political prisoners. Faiza Oulahsen is one of the Greenpeace activists set for an early release, but she has mixed feelings.

For now I'm not excited. We are being granted amnesty for peacefully protesting in the Arctic. We did nothing wrong. We've spent in jail for doing nothing wrong, and now we are deemed guilty but granted amnesty and 26 of us will be able to go home after this, sooner or later but what will this mean for our Russian colleagues who still have the rest of their lives in this country.

A court in the United States has convicted a former BP engineer of obstruction of justice in connection with the Gulf of Mexico oil spill three years ago. Kurt Mix was found guilty of deleting hundreds of text messages to his supervisor at BP and a contractor in the weeks after the accident.

A man who was once considered one of the world's top wine collectors has been found guilty of committing fraud by selling fake vintages. A court in New York heard that Rudy Kurniawan had made millions by blending cheap productions in his kitchen in California and selling them to wealthy investors around the world. Labels, empty bottles and recipes were found when the house was raided.

BBC News.
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BBC News with Stewart MacintoshSouth Sudan's President Salva Kiir says he's prepared to enter into talks with his rival and former deputy Riek Machar to end four days of violence that left hundreds dead. The offer of dialogue comes after a direct request from the UN Secretary General which urged him to seek peace at all cost. Mr. Kiir has accused Riek Machar of staging a military coup which Mr. Machar has strongly denied. He counterclaims that the President is trying to quash his critics. Danny Eberhard reports.Diplomats of the United Nations fear South Sudan might be sliding toward civil war. They've called for a political solution. Now President Kiir says he will talk with his arch rival, but he told reporters in Juba that he didn't know what any potential talks with Mr. Machar might achieve. And it's far from clear how any talks would happen. Mr. Machar says he is currently in the vicinity of Juba but on the run from government forces. Some sort of a strain of normality has returned to the streets of Juba. But the fighting has spread elsewhere in the meantime.  


Egypt
's public prosecutor has ordered that the ousted former President Mohammed Morsi's stand trial on charges of conspiring with foreign militant group to commit terrorist acts in Egypt. More than 30 other Islamists have also have been charged. From Cairo Orla Guerin.
A statement from Egypt's top prosecutor describes the latest charges against Mohammed Morsi as the biggest case of conspiracy in the country's history. If convicted, he and fellow leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood could get the death penalty. They are accused of forming an alliance with the militants of Hamas and Hezbollah to carry out violent attacks. Prosecutors claim the Brotherhood targeted security forces in the restive Sinai Peninsula and beyond.


The Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has criticized an investigation into alleged high-level corruption in his government calling it a dirty operation. He told a news conference he would not allow political plotting and he said some people wanted to stop Turkey's rapid growth on the world's stage. From Istanbul our correspondent James Reynolds reports.


The deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc has criticized the corruption investigation as a planned operation, but he refused to say who might be behind it. Mr. Arinc spoke after a meeting in the capital Ankara with the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and several other ministers. The Deputy Prime Minister also told reporters that the government would not engage in any effort to block the judicial process.


The German Chancellor Angela Merkel is to hold talks with her French counterpart President Francois Hollande. They are trying to reach a compromise on plans for uniting the Euro Zone's banks under one controlling authority. The German government is weary of shouldering some of their responsibilities for bailing out foreign banks while French authorities are a main champion of the scheme.

This is the World News from the BBC


Nigeria
's president Goodluck Jonathan has lost his majority in the lower house of parliament after 37 MPs from his People's Democratic Party defected to the main opposition group, the All Progressives Congress. The APC was boosted last month by recruiting a number of state governors who'd also broken away from Mr. Jonathan's party. The PDP has won every national election/ since the end of / military rule in 1999.


The Russian parliament has approved an amnesty law which could lead to the release of Greenpeace activists and members of the protest band Pussy Riot. The amnesty could be applied as early as Thursday but opposition politicians wanted
to extend it to all political prisoners. Faiza Oulahsen is one of the Greenpeace activists set from  an early release, but she has mixed feelings.


“For now I'm not excited. We are being granted amnesty for peacefully protesting in the Arctic. We did nothing wrong. We've spent in jail for doing nothing wrong, and now we are deemed guilty but granted amnesty and 26 of us will be able to go home after this sooner or later but what will t
his mean for our Russian colleagues who still have their rest of the lives in this country.”


A court in the United States has convicted a former BP engineer of obstruction of justice in connection with the Gulf of Mexico oil spill three years ago. Kurt Mix was found guilty of deleting hundreds of text messages to his supervisor at BP and a contractor in the weeks after the accident.


A man who was once considered one of the world's top wine collectors has been found guilty of committing fraud by selling fake vintages. A court in New York heard that Rudy Kurniawan had made millions by blending cheap products in his kitchen in California and selling them to wealthy investors around the world. Labels, empty bottles and recipes were found when the house was raided.

BBC News

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South Sudan's president XX says he's prepared to enter into talks with his rival and former deputy XX to end four days of violence that left hundreds dead.The offer of dialogue comes after a direct request from the UN secretary general which urged to seek peace at all cost.Mr XX has accused XX of staging a military coup which Mr XX has strongly denied.He counter-claims that the president is trying to quash critics.Danny Eberhard reports.Diplomats of the United Nations fear South Sudan might be sliding towards civil war.They've called for political solution.Now president XX says he'll hold talks with his arch-rival.But he told reporters in XX that he didn't know what any potential talks with XX might achieve,and it's far from clear how any talks would happen.Mr XX says he's currently in the vicinity of XX but on the run from government forces.Some sort of strange normalities returned to the street of Juba,but fighting had spread elsewhere in the meantime.

Egypt's public prosecutor has ordered that the ousted former president XX should stand trial on charges of conspiring with foreign militant groups to commit terrorist acts in Egypt.More than 30 other Islamists have also been charged.From Cairo Orla Guerin.A statement from Egypt's top prosecutor describs the latest charges against XX as the biggest case of conspiracy in the country's history.If convicted,he and fellow leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood could get the death penalty.They are accused of forming an alliance with the militants of Hamas and XX to carry out violent attacks.Prosecutor has claimed the Brotherhood targeted security forces in the rest of Sinai peninsula and beyond.


The Turkish Prime Minister XX has criticised the investigation into alleged high level corruption in his government,calling it a dirty operation.He told the news conference he would not allow political plotting and he said some people wanted to stop Turkey's rapid growth on the world stage.From Istanbul our correspondent James Reynold reports.The deputy Prime Minister XX has criticised the corruption investigation as a planned operation,but he refused to say who might be behind it.XX spoke after a meeting in the capital Ankara with the Prime Minister XX and several other ministers.The deputy Prime Minister also told reporters that the government would not engage in any effort to block the judicial process.


The German chancellor XX is to hold talks with her French counterpart president XX.They are trying to reach a compromise on plans of uniting the Euro-zone banks under one controlling authority.The German government is weary of shouldering some of their responsibility for bailing out foreign banks,while French authorities are a main champion of the scheme.


This is the world news from the BBC.


Nigeria's president Goodluck Jonathan has lost his majority in the lower house of parliament after 37 MPs from his People's Democratic Party defected to the main opposition group the All Progressive Congress.The APC was boosted last month by recruiting a number of state governors who'd also broken away from Mr Jonathan's party.The PDP has won every national eletions since the end of military rule in 1999.


The Russian parliament has approved an amnesty law which could lead to the release of Greenpeace activists and members of the protest band Pussy Riot.The amnesty could be applied as early as Thursday but opposition politicians want it extended to all political prisoners.XX is one of the Greenpeace activists set for an early release,but she has mixed feelings.For now I'm not excited.We are being granted amnesty for peacefully protesting in the Arctic.We did nothing wrong.We've spent in jail for doing nothing wrong.But now we are deemed guilty but granted amnesty and 26 of us will be able to go home after this sooner or later.But what will it mean for our Russian colleagues who still have the rest of their lives in this country.


A court in the United States has convicted a former BP engineer of obstruction of justice in connection with the Gulf of Mexico oil spill 3 years ago.XX was found guilty of deleting hundreds of text messages to his supervisor at BP and a contractor in the weeks after the accident.


A man who was once considered one of the world's top wine collectors has been found guilty of committing fraud by selling fake vintages.A court in New York heard that XX had made millions by blending cheap products in his kitchen in California and selling them to investors around the world.Labels,empty bottles and recipes were found when the house was raided.


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BBC news with Stewart Macintosh.
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir says he is prepared to enter into talks with his rival and former deputy Riek Machar to end four days of violence that left hundreds dead. The offer of dialogue comes after a direct request from the UN Secretary General which urged him to seek peace at all costs.Mr Kiir has accused Riek Machar of staging a military coup, which Mr Machar has strongly denied. He counted claims that the president is trying to squash his critics, Danny Eberhard reports.


Diplomats of the United Nations fear South Sudan might be sliding towards civil war, they have called for a political solution, now president Kirr says he will talk with his arch rival, but he told reporters in Juba that he did not know any potential talks with Mr Machar might achieve and it's far from clear how any talks would happen.Mr Machar said he is currently in the vicinity of Juba,but on the run from government forces. Some thought normality returns to the street of Juba, but fighting has spread elsewhere in the meantime.


Egypt's public prosecutor has ordered that the ousted former president Mohamed Morsi stand trail on charges of conspiring with foreign militant group to commit terrorist act in Egypt. More than 30 other Islamist have also be charged.From Cairo.Orla Guerin.


A statement from Egypt's top prosecutor described the latest charges against Mohamed Morsi as the biggest case of conspiracy in the country's history. If convicted, he and fellow leaders of the Muslim brotherhood could get the death penalty. They are accused of forming an alliance with the militants of Hamas and Hezbollah to carry out violent attacks. Prosecutors claimed the brotherhood targeted the security forces in the rest of Sinai peninsula and beyond.


The Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has criticized an investigation into alleged high level of corruption in his government, calling it a dirty operation, he told a news conference he would not allow political plotting and he said some people wanted to stop Turkey's rapid growth on the world's stage. From Istanbul, our correspondent James Reynolds reports.


The Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc has criticized the corruption investigation as a planned operation. But he refused to say who might be behind it. Mr Arinc spoke after a meeting in the capital Ankara with the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and several other ministers. The Deputy Prime Minister also told reporters that the government would not engage in any efforts to block the judicial process.


The German Chancellor Angela Merkel is to hold talks with her French counterpart president Francois Hollande,they are trying to reach a compromise on plans for uniting the Euro zone's bank under one controlling authority. The German government is weary of shouldering some of the responsibilities for bailing out foreign banks while French authorities are main champion of the scheme.


This is the world news from the bbc.


Nigeria's president Goodluck Jonathan has lost his majority in the lower house of parliament after 37 MPs from his People's Democratic Party defected to the main opposition group, the all progressive congress. The APC was boosted last month by recruiting a number of state governors who had also broken away from Mr Johnathon's party. The PDP has won every national election since the end of military rule in 1999.


The Russian parliament has approved an amnesty law which could lead to the release of green peace activists and members of the protest banned pussy riot, the amnesty could be applied as early as Thursday but opposition politician wanted to extend to all political prisoners,Faiza Oulahsen is one of the green peace activists, set for early release, but she has mixed feelings.


For now, I'm not excited, we are being granted amnesty for peacefully protesting in the Arctic,we do nothing wrong, we have spent in jail for doing nothing wrong, and now we are deemed guilty but granted amnesty and 26 of us will be able to go home after this, sooner or later, but what will it mean for our Russian colleagues who will still have rest of their lives in this country.


A court in the United States has convicted a former BP engineer of obstruction of justice in connection with the Gulf of Mexico oil spill three years ago.Kurt Mix  was found guilty of deleting hundreds of text messages to his supervisor at BP and contractor in a week after the accident.


A man who was once considered one of the world's top wine collectors have been found guilty of fraud by selling fake vintages. A court in New York heard that Rudy Kurniawan had made millions by blending cheap products in his kitchen in California and selling them to wealthy investors around the world,labels empty bottles and recipes were found when the house was raided.


BBC news.


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