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2011.3.2 [homework]
BBC News with David Austin
The United Nations say the situation of Tunisian and Libyan boarder is now full-blown humanitarian crisis. There are scenes of mounting chaos as thousands continue to pour into Tunisia to escape the growing turmoil in Libya. Gemuel is there.
There are scenes of total chaos going on here at Libyan Tunisian boarder. This is Loman’s land. This area here controls accesses to a narrow passage to the Tunisian passport control. There are thousands upon thousands of people waiting desperately to cross that border. Some of those right in front of the crowd here have been overcome the in-crush of the … condition are pretty exhausted and hardly be able to breathe.
The United Nations General Assembly has voted to suspend Libya from the UN Human Rights Council. The resolution passed by consensus by the entire UN membership accused Libya of committing gross and systematic violations of human rights.
Opposition protestors and Iranian police have clashed in several occasions in Teheran. Thousands of people are said to be arrested. Here our Iran’s correspondent James Rano has been monitoring events from London.
Iran’s opposition has been watching events in another word with certain amounts of envy. So this afternoon they tried to hold their own protest—their third in these many weeks. But the establishment was waiting for them. Thousands of anti-riot police were deployed in the streets of Teheran. The police used batons to move people along. Witnesses said the police used tear gases to demonstrators by Asadi Square near the center of the city. Elsewhere protestors poured deep oils on 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 E movement first time since it was created 30 years ago. E leaders said they were delighted and looking forward to forming a political party to compete in Tunisia’s planed July’s elections. From Tunisia, OP Johns reports.
Back in 1989, there’s a time when another was banned, candidates sympathetic to the party won at least 17 percent of the national vote. One of the senior party leaders Alilaria who served 13 years in solitary confinement because of the another activities says the party were now have to move on from the opposition to the B R and start focusing on working with the democracy. Meanwhile the government in Tunis continues to lose ministers. The prime minister’s resigned on Sunday and since then four more have followed suit.
The United Nations Refugee Agency says there has been an increase in attacks by revels of the lounged resistance army on communities in the office to the Democratic Republic of Congo. The UN HCR has reported 52 raids since January. The attacks have left 35 people dead and more than a hundred people have been abducted.
World News from the BBC
Britain is to end its international aid to 16 countries. The international development secretary Andrew Michel told Parliament for they wanted to concentrate the money where it would do most good. Nations like Lesutu and Kosovo will lose direct funding, but others like Ethiopia and Bangladesh will receive more aid from the department for international development or defit.
“Here’s the 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 this will have closed the significant bilateral programs in 16 countries. This will be a faithful process honoring all existing commitments and executing responsibly.
The French fashion house Christian Dior says it’s sacking its British chief designer John Galliano. He was arrested last week after being accused of shouting anti-Nasism abuse to a couple of B in Paris. Later a video clip emerged of him declaring that he loved Adolph Hitler. Dior’s managing director condemned for the designer’s comments, saying there in complete opposition to the company’s values.
US investigators say they have traced the guns used in a shooting in Mexico where two American immigration agents have detained from the Taxes cities of Garlos. Officials say they have arrested 3 people there on suspicion of smuggling guns to Mexico, one of which was used in the attack on immigration customs agents A and B. Mr. A died and Mr. B was injured when gun men opened fire on them on central Mexico two weeks ago.
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 Switzerland between representatives from sports federations, national governments, and the batting industry, as well as the international police agency in Topo.
And that’s the BBC News.
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