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the country is flooded has led to renewed calls for help from the government in Islamabad, the foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi told the BBC the disaster was to great for Pakistan to had along, an international failure to get immediate aid to those in need could led millions to starve. he also warned the activities of charities link to militant groups who try to exploit the situation.
"when people are suffering, their do not differentiate on where help is coming, If a person is hungry, if a person is thirty and you provide water, he will not ask you whether you are a moderate or an extremist. He would grab the water from you and save himself and his children who are starving. so we have to be aware of this challenge."
The United Nation has warn that up to 3.5 million children that are at risk from waterborne diseases, it says a boost in funding is urgently need to get safe drinking to 6 million children.
with American forces just weeks away from ending their combat operation in Iraq, there is another blow to the protracted negotiation  to try to form a stable a coalition government. five month after the Iraqis when to the polls, the alliance won the most seat, the al-Iraqiya bloc, has suspended is talk with second place Shiite- led bloc of the prime minister Nouri al-Maliki. this was in  respond to Mr. Maliki describe al-Iraqiya as a 'Sunni Group’ rather than cross sectarian. A member of al-Iraqiya bloc,Abnun Adbules, said the prime minister's remarks was not helpful.
"the prime minister's reflect his personal opinion and perhaps his true believes, but we were not expecting such statement from the prime minister. on the contrary we were hoping to forge an alliance and partnership to forming the next government, however, such a remarks will put distance between party lists and inflame the political scene"
the former prime minister of Britain, Tony Blair, is to donate the profit from his forthcoming memoirs to charities that helps the British injured soldier. with the details here is our reporter Rajini Vaidgernath.
Tony Blair's autobiography is called 'A Journey', it is said be a money be a making one. the book publishers, Random house, paid a estimated 7.5 million dollar as the advance for it. But that plus all the profit, are to be donated to the Royal British Legion, which provide rehabilitation for injured solders. the spokesman for the former prime minister said this was the Mr. Blair's way of recognize the courage the armed forces demonstrate, day in day out. but the family of some of those who lost their life in Iraq, has criticize the donation. the father of one solders who died in the conflict described it as "blood money" Rajini Vaidgernath reporting.
world news from the BBC
The American defends secretary Robert Gates has said the United States will definitely start reducing the number of its solders in Afghanistan next July. his comments to the Los Angeles Times newspaper come after the new commander of international force in Afghanistan, General David Petraeus, said he might advise the president Obama to delay the withdrawal.
The United States senator leading an investigation into the release of a Lockerbie bomber, Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, has call for a "whistle-blowers" to come forward with inside information. Robert Menendez is looking at whether the Libyan's from the Scottish prison nearly a year ago was linked to BP oil deal with Libya.
Official of from the United States has been visit an American, serving hard labor in for North Korea, for entering the country illegally at the start of the year. A state department spokesman said two doctor and consular official visit Amjuram Gomes in the hospital in the capital Pyongyang. US. official were concern about Mr. Gomes health and welfare after the North Korea said last month that he'd attempted suicide.
A Colombia passage plane has crash and broke up into three piece after reportedly by lightning as its coming into the land of Caribbean island of San Andres. All but one of the 120 people on broad survived. the island governor said it was a miracle that only one person died in the crash. Jeremy McDermott has the report from Colombia.
The AIRES Boeing 737 is coming from Bogota, carrying holiday makers, looking for some Caribbean sun during the long weekend. It seem the plane encountered a  electrical storm as it come into land and was hit by lightning during its final approach to San Andres Airport. the crash landing broke the plane into several pieces killing one elderly passenger who had heart attack and serious injuring another five. the remainder of the 121 passenger and 6 crew suffered mainly minor injuries.
That was Jeremy McDermott reporting
that’s the BBC news
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