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[Homework]BBC 2011-03-02

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BBC news with David Austin

The United Nations has the situation of Tunisia-Libya border is now a full blown humanitarian crisis. There is scene of mountain chaos as thousands continue to pour into Tunisia to escape the growing turmoil in Libya.  JM is there,

Rather single total chaos going on here at Libya and Tunisia border, this is no man’s land, this area here controls access to a narrow passage to Tunisia possible control, there are thousands upon thousands of people waiting desperately to cross that border. Some of those who are at the front of the crowd here are been overcome moving crush, they’ve been taken over the crowd but their arriving condition of pretty exhaustion and hardly ever could breathe.

The United Nations' general assembly has voted to suspend Libya from UN Human Rights Council. The resolution passed by consensus by the entire UN membership, accused Libya of committing growth and systematic violations of human rights.

Opposition protestors and Iranian police are clashed in several occasions in  Teheran. Dozens of people are said to have been arrested. Our Iran correspondent James Rano has been monitoring events form London.

Iran’s opposition has been watching events in the Arab world with a certain amount of envy. So this afternoon they try to hold their own protest—their third in these many weeks. But the establishment was waiting for them. Thousands of anti-riot polices were deployed in the streets of Teheran. The polices use batons to move peoples along. Witnesses say the police use tear gases disperse demonstrators near AZadi square at the center of the city. Elsewhere protestors poured diesel onto the streets to try to make it harder for police officers on motorbikes to go after them.

The authorities in Tunisia have legalized the Islamic another movement for the first time since it was created 30 years ago. Ald leader said they are delighted to looking forward to forming a political party to compete in Tunisia’s planed July elections. From Tunis Owen Benne Jos reports.

Back in 1989 there was a time when ald was banned, candidates sympathetic to the party won at least 17% of the national vote. One of the senior party leaders Ali Laria who served 30 years in solitary confinement because of his in * activities said the party will now have to move on from its opposition to the B regime and instead start focusing on working with democracy.  Well the government in Tunisia continues to lose ministers. The prime Minster resigned on Sunday and since then four more have followed suit.

The United Nation’s refugee agency says there has been an increase in attacks by rivals of the lord’s resistance army on communities and north east to the democratic Republic of Congo. The UN HCR has reported 52 rates since January. The attacks left 35 people dead and more than a hundred people had been abducted.

World news from the BBC.

Britain is to end its international aid to 16 countries. The international development secretary A told parliament for it want to concentrate the money where it could do most good. Nations like Soto and Csowo will lose direct funding. But others like Ethiopia and Bangladesh will receive more aid form the Department for International Development or DFID.

As a result of this review we have decided to focus British aid more tightly on the countries where Britain is well placed to have a significant long term impact on poverty. By 2016 DFID will have closed significant bilateral programs in 16 countries. This will be a faith process honoring our existing commitment and executing responsibly.

The French fashion house Christina Dior says it’s sacking his British chief designer J. He was arrested last week after being accused of shouting anti-semitic abuse in a couple of bar in Paris. Later, a video clip emerged him declaring that he loved Adolf Hitler, Dior’s managing director condemned for designer’s comments saying that they were in complete opposition to the company’s values.

US investigators say they’ve traced guns used in a shooting in Mexico, where two American immigrations agents had came from the Texas City of dalize. Officials say they have arrested three people there on suspicion of smuggling guns to Mexico. One of which was used in the attack on immigration and customer agents Hami Zapata and Victor Avila. Mr. Zapata died and Mr. Avila was injured when gunman opened fire on them in central Mexico two weeks ago.

The international Olympic committee is creating a task force to coordinate the fight against illegal batting and match fixing in sport. The announcement followed a summit held in Swaziland between representatives from sports federations, national governments and the bating industry as well as the international police agency in T.

And that’s the BBC news.

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