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BBC News with Marion Marshall.

Report from the Syrian city of Hama say government tanks have been shelling residential neighbourhoods indiscriminately. They said the shelling intensified, jus as residents were breaking the dawn to dusk fast on the first day of Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Activists said at least four people have been killed. On Sunday, scores of people were reported killed when security forces targeted opposition protesters. The UN Security Council is due to hold close door consultations on Syria in New York shortly. Lina Sinjab reports from Damascus on the fear in Hama that's preventing some families from burying their dead as they wish.

The shelling resume today on parts of Hama, leading several people dead according to residents of the city. Heavy artillery and machine guns were also used in this morning's attack, some families bury their dead in parks and even in the gardens of their own homes.  

The United States Senate and House Representative have due to vote on a bill to raise the limit on US borrowing, ahead of a deadline to avert an unprecedented debt default Democratic and Republican Party leaders in Washington reached an agreement late on Sunday on the proposal to raise the 14.3-trillion-dollar limit. Global financial markets have been nervous over the prospect that the US might not have enough money to meet its financial obligations. Paul Adam reports from Washington.

The business of selling Sunday's deal has begun but politicians are holding their noses even as they urged colleagues to support it. In the Senate the majority leader Harry Reid said he was not proud of the rancorous process that led to it, but he hailed it up with the example of American democracy of work.

'No one got what they wanted, everyone had to give something up. People on the right are upset, people on the left are upset; people on the middle are upset. It was a compromise.'

The raise as Mr Reid says, plenty for everyone to dislike. The President has not be able to get Republicans to agree to tax increases. The Republicans have had to agree to a longer extension of the debt ceiling that they wanted, and both sides know that if they failed to agree on the spending plan by the end of November then domestic social programmes and defense will face automatic cuts worth 1.2 trillion dollars.

The Turkish Foreign Minister has joined mourners in Norway to pay tribute to Gizem Dogan, a young girl of Turkish origin, who's one of those killed in Norway's twin attacks. At the funeral in Trondheim, Ahmet Davutoglu pledged to work for more democracy, tolerance and openness. His sentiments echoed these expressed earlier at a special session of the Norwegian parliament in Oslo. The Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said the Norwegian people would find their way through the darkness. The only suspect, Anders Behring Breivik, has admitted to carry out the attacks, which he says when necessary in order to wake up the country to the treat he claims pose by increased immigration.

You are listening to the World News from the BBC.

The United Nation's Humanitarian Affairs Coordinator Valerie Amos has warned that the food crisis in the Horn of Africa is intensifying with over 12 million people in dire need of help. Valerie Amos said she feared that famine would spread to five or six more regions of war-torn Somalia unless was a massive increase in aid.

A little less than two weeks ago we declared the famine in two regions in Somalia. Today we are warning that unless we see a massive increase in the response, the famine will spread to five or six more regions. Tens of thousands of Somalis have already died and hundreds of thousands face starvation with consequences for the entire region.

The authorities in Italy say they found the bodies of 25 people in the whole of a boat on the Italian Island of Lampedusa. The Officials say the victims, all young men, will believe to be from sub-Saharan in Africa. According to survivors, the 15-metre boat was carrying nearly 300 people and had set sail from Libya two days ago.

Egyptian troops have moved into Tahir Square in the capital Cairo to remove protesters. Several hundred people have been camped out in the capital's main square for over three weeks, complaining about the speed of reforms following the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak in February. But retire general / told BBC it was impossible to meet the protesters every demand.

'All the be care are in / now, Mubarak would be in the court after tomorrow. The constitution has been / completely any / constitution is coming in the way, get has been four times since the revolution. The Idea having / a new list everyday for more than 140 political groups and / group, it nonsense. How can deal with that. ' (听不懂-_- |||)

Former President Mubarak is due to stand trial on Wednesday on charges of corruption and ordering the killing of protesters.


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        BBC News with Marion Marshall.
        Reports in the Syrian city of Hama say government tanks have been shelling residential neighborhoods indiscriminately. They said shelling intensified just as residents were breaking the dawn to dusk fast on the first day of the Muslim Holy month of Ramadan. Activists said at least 4 people have been killed. On Sunday, schools of people were reported killed when security forces targeted opposition protestors. The UN Security Council is due to hold close-door consultations on Syria in New York shortly. Lina Sinjab reports from Damascus on the fear in Hama that’s preventing some families from burying their dead as they wish.
        The shelling resumed today on parts of Hama leaving several people dead according to residents of the city. Heavy artillery and machine guns were also used in this morning’s attack. Some families buried their dead in parks and even in the gardens of their own homes.
        United States Senate and House Representatives are due to vote on bill to raise the limit on U.S. borrowing ahead of the deadline to avert unprecedented debt default. Democratic and Republican party leaders in Washington reached the agreement later on Sunday on the proposal to raise the 14.3 trillion-dollar limit. Global financial markets have been nervous over the prospect that the U.S. might not have enough money to meet its financial obligations. Paul Adams reports from Washington.
        The businesses of selling Sunday’s deal has begun but politicians are holding their noses even as they urged colleagues to support it. In the Senate, the majority leader Harry Reid said it was not proud of the rancorous process that led to it but he held it up as an example of American democracy at work.
        “No one got what they want. Everyone had to give something up. People on the right are upset, people on the left are upset, people in the middle are upset. It was a compromise.”
        The raise as Mr. Reid says plenty for everyone to dislike. The President has not been able to get Republicans to agree to tax increases. The Republicans have to agree to a longer extension of the debt ceiling that they wanted. And both sides know that they failed to agree on the spending plan by the end of November then domestic social programs and defense will face automatic cuts worth 1.2 trillion dollars.
        The Turkish Prime Minister has joined mourners in Norway has paid tribute to Gizem Dogan, a young girl of Turkish origin who was one of those killed in Norway’s twin attacks. At the funeral in Trondheim, Ahmet Davutoglu pledged to work for more democracy, tolerance and openness. His sentiments echoed those express earlier at the special session of the Norwegian Parliament in Oslo. The Prime Minster Jens Stoltenberg said Norwegian people would find their way through the darkness. The only suspect Anders Behring Breivik admitted carrying out the attacks which he says when necessary in order to wake up the country to the threat he claims posed by increased immigration.
        You’re listening to the latest World News from the BBC.
        United Nations Humanitarian Affairs coordinator Valerie Amos has warned the food crisis in the Horn of Africa is intensified with over 12 million people in dire need of help. Valerie Amos said she feared that famine could spread to 5 or 6 more regions of war-torn Somalia. And that was a massive increase in aid.
        “A little less than 2 weeks ago, we declared the famine in 2 regions in Somalia. Today, we are warning that unless we see a massive increase in the response. The famine will spread to 5 or 6 more regions. Tens of thousands of Somalia have already died and hundreds of thousands face starvation with consequences for the entire region.”
        The authorities in Italy said they found the bodies of 25 people in the hold of a boat on the Italian island of Lampedusa. Officials say that the victims all young men were believed to be from sub-Saharan Africa. According to survivors, the 50-meter boat was carrying nearly 300 people and set sail from Libya 2 days ago.
        Egyptian troops have moved into Tahrir Square in the capital Cairo to remove protestors. Several hundred people have been camped out in the capital’s main square for over 3 weeks, complaining about the speed of reforms, following the overthrown President Hosni Mubarak in February. But retired general Sameh Seif el-Yazal told the BBC it was impossible to meet protestors every demand.
        “All the bigheads are in jail now. But Mubarak would be in the court the day after tomorrow that the constitution has been assured completely and new constitutions coming underway. Cabinet has been shuffled for times since the revolution, the idea of having a new list everyday for more than 114 political groups and religious groups. It’s nonsense. How can we deal with that?”
        Former President Mubarak is due to stand trial on Wednesday on charges of corruption and ordering the killing of protestors.
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bbc news with marrion marshell.reports from the syria city hamma say the government tanks have been shelling the residential neighborhoods indiscriminately.it says the shelling is intensified just as the resident were breaking the dawn to dust fast on the first day of the holy month in Ramadan.activists said at least 4 people have been killed.on sunday,scores of people were reported to be killed when security forces targeted the opposition protesters.the UN security council is due to hold the close door cousultation on syria in newyork shortly.// reports from //.on the fear in // ,it is preventing some families from burying their dead as they wish.the shelling resumed today on part of // was leading several people dead.according the resident of the city,the heavy artilery and machine gun were also used in these morning's attack.some family buried their dead in the parks ,even on the garden of their homes.
united states' senator and house representative are due to vote on the bill to raise the debt limit on us borrowing ahead of the dead line to avert unprecedent debt default.democratic and republic party leaders in washington reached an agrement late on sunday.on the purpose,it will raise the 14.3 trillions limit.gobal financial market has been nervous over the prospect of  the us may have no enough money to meet its finacial obligation.// reports from washington.the business of selling sunday's deal has began.but the politicians are holding a noses even as they urged the colleagues to support it.in the senate,the majority leader // said he was pround of that the rancorous process that led to it.but he held it up as an example of  the american democracy of work.no one get the thing they want,everyone have to give something up.people on the right are upset.people on the left are upset.people on the middle are upset.it was compromise.the raise, as the //says, plenty for everyone to dislike.the president has not been able to get the republicans to agree to tax increases.the republic had to agree to a longer extension of debt ceiling that they wanted.and both sides know if they failed to agree on the spending plan by the end of november,the domestic social programme and defence will face automatic cuts worthy of 1.2 trillion dollars.
the turkish foreign minister has join the mourning in norway to pay tribute to //,the gounger of turkish orignal who is one of those killed in twin attacks.at funeral in //,// pledge to work for more demoncracy ,tolerance and openness.his sentiments echoed those expressed earlier at the special session in norwagian parliment in oslo.the prime minister // said the norwaygan will find their way through the darkness.the only suspect // admitted to carrying out the attacks which he says was necessary in order to wake up the country to the threat he claims posed by increased immigration.
you are listening to the latest world news from the bbc.
the united nations' humanitary affair coordinator // has warned the food crisis in the horn of the africa intensified.with over 12 millions of people  in dire need of help.// said she feared the famine could spread the five or six more regions of war-torn somalia.unless there was a massive increase in aid.a little less than two weeks we decleared the famine in two region in somalia.today,we are warning that unless we see a massive increase in response ,the famine will spread to 5 or 6 more regions.tens of thousands of somalian have already died.and hundreds of thousand face starvation with the consquence for the entire region.
the autorities in italy said they found bodies of 25 people in the hold of boat on the italian island of //.the official says the victims are all young men who were belived to be from the sub-Saharan africa.according the survivors,15 meters boat was carrying nearly 300 people.and it set sail from lybia two days ago.
egytian troops have moved to // square in the capital cairo to remove the protesters.several hundred of people have been camped on the capital's main square over three weeks complaining about the speed of reforms following the overthrow of president // in february.but the retired general // told the bbc it was impossible to meet the protester's every demand.all the big heads are in jail now.// will be in the court the day after tomorrow.the constitution has been thrown completely.any constitution is coming with their ways.the cabinet has shuffled 4 times since overthrown.the idea of having a new list every day for more than 140 political groups and previous groups are nonsense.how can you deal with them.
the former president// is due to stand trial on wednesday in charges of corruption and ordering the killing of the protesters.bbc news.
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Reports from the Syrian city of Hama say government tanks have been shelling residential neighbourhoods indiscriminately.They said the shelling intensified just as residents were breaking the dawn-to-dusk fast on the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramada.Activists said at least four people had been killed. On Sunday,scores of people were reported killed,when security forces targeted opposition protesters.The UN security council is due to hold close-door consultations on Syria in New York shortly.LS reports from Damascus on the fear in Hama that's preventing some families from burying their dead as they wish.

The shelling resume today on parts of Hama,leaving several people dead according to residents of the city.Heavy artillery and machine guns were also used in this morning's attack.Some families buried their dead in parks and even in the gardens of their own homes.


The United States Senate and House of Representatives are due to vote on a bill to raise the limit on US borrowing ahead of a deadline to advert an unprecedented debt default.Democratic and Republican party leaders in Washington reached an agreement late on Sunday on a proposal to raise the $14.3 trillion limit.Global financial markets have been nervous over the prospect that the US might not have enough money to meet its financial obligation.Paul Adams reports from Washington.


The business of selling Sunday's deal has begun,but politicians are holding their noses even as they urge colleagues to support it.In the Senate,the majority leader Harry Reid said he was not proud of the rancorous process that led to it.But he held it up as an example of American democracy at work.


No one got what they wanted.Everyone had to give something up.People on the right upset,people on left upset,people on middle upset.It was a compromise.


There is as Mr Reid says,plenty for everyone to dislike.The president has not been able to get Republicans to agree to tax increases.The Republicans have had to agree on a longer extension of the debt ceiling than they wanted.And both sides know that if they failed to agree on a spending plan by the end of November,then domestic social programmes and defense will face automatic cuts worth $1.2 trillion.


The Turkish Foreign Minister has joined mourners in Norway to pay tribute to /,a younger of Turkish origin who was one of those killed in Norway's twin attacks.At the funeral in /,/ pledged to work for more democracy,tolerance and openness.His sentiments echoed this expressed earlier at the special session of the Norwegian parliament in Oslo.The Prime Minister said the Norwegian people would find their way through the darkness.The only suspected / has admitted to carrying out the attacks,which he says when necessary in order to wake up the country to the threat he claims posed by increased immigration.


You are listening to the latest world news,from the BBC.


The United Nations Humanitarian Affairs coordinator / has warned that the food crisis in the Horn of Africa is intensifying with over 12 million people in a dire need of help./ said she feared that famine could spread to 5 or 6 more regions of war-torn Somalia,unless there was a massive increase in aid.


At little less than two weeks ago,we declared the famine in two regions in Somalia.Today we're warning that unless we see a massive increase in the response,the famine will spread to 5 or 6 more regions.Tens of thousands of Somalis have already died and hundreds of thousands face starvation with consequences for the entire region.


The authorities in Italy said they found the bodies of 250 people in the hold of a boat on the Italian island of /.The officials says that the victims,all young men were believed to be from Sub-Sahara,Africa.According to survivors,the 15-metre boat was carrying nearly 300 people,and had set sail from Libya two days ago.


Egyptian troops have moved into / square in the capital Cario to remove protesters.Several hundred people have been camped out in the capital's main square for over three weeks,complaining about the speed of reforms for following the overthrow of President Mubarack in February.But retired General / told the BBC it was impossible to meet the protesters every demand.


All / big heads are in jail now.The Mubarack won't be in the court the day after tomorrow.The constitution has been in natural that completely any constitutions are on their way.Cabinet has been shuffled four time since the revolution.The idea that of having a new list everyday for more than 140 political groups and religious is nonsense.How can you deal with that.

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BBC News with Marion Marshall.

Reports from the Syrian city of Hama say government tanks have been shelling residential neighbourhoods indiscriminately. They said the shelling intensified just as the residents were breaking the dawn-to-dusk fast on the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Activists said at least four people had been killed. On Sunday, scores of people were reported killed when security forces targeted opposition protesters. The UN Security Council is due to hold closed-door consultations on Syria in New York shortly. Lina Sinjab reports from Damascus on the fear in Hama that's preventing some families  from burying their dead as they wish.
The shelling resumed today on parts of Hama, leaving several people dead, according to residents of the city. Heavy artillery and machine guns were also used in this morning's attack. Some families buried their dead in parks and even in the gardens of their own homes.

The United States Senate and House of Representatives are due to vote on a bill to raise the limit on US borrowing ahead of a deadline to avert an unprecedented debt default. Democratic and Republican party leaders in Washington reached an agreement late on Sunday on the proposal to raise the $14.3 trillion limit. Global financial markets have been nervous over the prospect that the US might not have enough money to meet its financial obligations. Paul Adams reports from Washington.
The business of selling Sunday's deal has begun, but politicians are holding their noses even as they urge colleagues to support it. In the Senate, the Majority Leader Harry Reid said he was not proud of the rancorous process that led to it, but he held it up as an example of American democracy of work.
"No one got what they wanted. Everyone had to give something up. People on the right are upset; people on the left are upset; people on the middle are upset. It was a compromise."
The raise, as Mr Reid says, plenty for everyone to dislike. The president has not been able to get Republicans to agree to tax increases. The Republicans have had to agree to a longer extension of the debt ceiling than they wanted. And both sides know that if they fail to agree on a spending plan by the end of November, then domestic social programmes and defence will face automatic cuts worth $1.2 trillion.

The Turkish foreign minister has joined mourners in Norway to pay tribute to Gizem Dogan, a young girl of Turkish origin, who was one of those killed in Norway's twin attacks. At the funeral in Trondheim, Ahmet Davutoglu pledged to work for more democracy, tolerance and openness. His sentiments echoed those expressed earlier, at a special session of the Norwegian parliament in Oslo. The Prime Minister, Jens Stoltenberg, said the Norwegian people would find their way through the darkness. The only suspect, Anders Behring Breivik, has admitted to carrying out the attacks, which he says, were necessary in order to wake up the country to the threat, he claims, posed by increased immigration.

You are listening to the latest World News from the BBC.

The United Nations Humanitarian Affairs Coordinator Valerie Amos has warned that the food crisis in the Horn of Africa is intensifying with over 12 million people in dire need of help. Valerie Amos said she feared that famine could spread to five or six more regions of war-torn Somalia unless there was a massive increase in aid.
A little less than two weeks ago, we declared a famine in two regions in Somalia. Today, we are warning that unless we see a massive increase in the response, the famine will spread to five or six more regions. Tens of thousands of Somalis have already died and hundreds of thousands face starvation with consequences for the entire region.

The authorities in Italy say they've found the bodies of 25 people in the hold of a boat on the Italian island of Lampedusa. The officials say that the victims, all young men, were believed to be from sub-Saharan Africa. According to survivors, the 15-metre boat was carrying nearly 300 people, and had set sail from Libya two days ago.  

Egyptian troops have moved into Tahrir Square in the capital Cairo to remove protesters. Several hundred people have been camped out in the capital's main square for over three weeks, complaining about the speed of reforms, following the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak in February. But retired General Sameh Seif el-Yazal told the BBC it was impossible to meet the protesters' every demand.
"All the big heads are in the jail now. But Mubarak won't be in the court the day after tomorrow. The constitution has been fallen completely. A new constitution's coming on the way. Cabinet has been shuffled four times since the revolution. The idea of having a new list every day for more than 140 political groups and religious group is nonsense. How can you deal with that?
Former President Mubarak is due to stand trial on Wednesday on charges of corruption and ordering the killing of protesters.

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BBC News with Marion Marshall

Reports from the Syrian city of Hama say government tanks have been shelling residential neighborhoods indiscriminately. They said the shelling intensified just as residents were breaking the dawn to dusk fast on the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Activists said at least four people had been killed. On Sunday, scores of people were reported killed when security forces targeted opposition protesters. The UN Security Council is due to hold closed-door consultations on Syria in New York shortly. Lina Sinjab reports from Damascus on the fear in Hama that's preventing some families from burying their dead as they wish.
The shelling resumed today on parts of Hama, leaving several people dead according to residents of the city. Heavy artillery and machineguns were also used in this morning's attack. Some families buried their dead in parks, and even in the gardens of their own homes.

United States Senate and House Representative are due to vote on a bill to raise the limit on US borrowing ahead of a deadline to avert an unprecedented debt default. Democratic and Republican party leaders in Washington reached an agreement late on Sunday on the proposal to raise the $14.3 trillion-dollar limit. Global financial markets have been nervous over the prospect that the US might not have enough money to meet its financial obligations. Paul Adams reports from Washington.
The business of selling Sunday's deal has begun, but politicians are holding their noses even as they urge colleagues to support it. In the Senate, the majority leader Harry Reid said he was not proud of the rancorous process that led to it, but he held it up as an example of American democracy of work.
"No one got what they wanted. Everyone had to give something up. People on the right are upset, people on the left are upset, people in the middle are upset. It was a compromise."
There is, as Mr. Reid says, plenty for everyone to dislike: the president has not been able to get Republicans to agree to tax-increases; the Republicans have had to agree to a longer extension of the debt ceiling than they wanted. And both sides know that if they fail to agree on a spending plan by the end of November, then domestic social programs and defense will face automatic cuts worth $1.2 trillion.

The Turkish foreign minister has joined mourners in Norway to pay tribute to Gizem Dogan, a young girl of Turkish origin, who was one of those killed in Norway's twin attacks. At the funeral in Trondheim, Ahmet Davutoglu pledged to work for more democracy, tolerance and openness. His sentiments echoed those expressed earlier at a special session of the Norwegian parliament in Oslo. The Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said the Norwegian people would find their way through the darkness. The only suspect, Anders Behring Breivik, has admitted to carry out the attacks, which he says were necessary in order to wake up the country to the threat he claims posed by increased immigration.

You are listening to the latest World News from the BBC.

The United Nations Humanitarian Affairs Coordinator Valerie Amos has warned that the food crisis in the horn of Africa is intensifying with over 12 million people in dying need of help. Valerie Amos said she feared that famine could spread to five or six more regions of war-torn Somalia unless there was a massive increase in aid.
"A little less than two weeks ago we declared the famine in two regions in Somalia. Today we are warning that unless we see a massive increase in a response, the famine will spread to five or six more regions. Tens of thousands of Somalis have already died and hundreds of thousands face starvation with consequences for the entire region."

The authorities in Italy say they've found the bodies of 25 people in the hold of a boat on the Italian island of Lampedusa. The official say that the victims, all young men, were believed to be from * and Africa. According to survivors, the 15-meter boat was carrying nearly 300 people and had set sail from Libya two days ago.

Egyptian troops have moved into Tahrir Square in the capital Cairo to remove protesters. Several hundred people had been camped out in the capital's main square for over three weeks complaining about the speed of reforms following the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak in February. But a retired general, Sami sel-Koliaso, told the BBC it was impossible to meet the protesters' every demand.
"All the big heads are in* now that Mubarak will be in the court the day after tomorrow. The constitution has been * completely a new constitution is coming under way. Cabinet has been shuffled four times since the *. The idea of having a new list everyday for more than 140 political groups and religious group is nonsense. How can you deal with that?"  >.<
Former President Mubarak is due to stand trial on Wednesday on charges of corruption and ordering the killing of protesters.

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BBC News with Marion Marshall

Reports from the Syrian city of Hama say government tanks have been shelling residential neighbourhoods indiscriminately. They said the shelling intensified just as the 删除residents were breaking the dawn-to-dusk fast on the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Activists said at least four people had been killed. On Sunday, scores of people were reported killed when security forces targeted opposition protesters. The UN Security Council is due to hold closed-door consultations on Syria in New York shortly. Lina Sinjab reports from Damascus on the fear in Hama that’s preventing some families from burying their dead as they wish.

The shelling resumed today on parts of Hama, leaving several people dead according to residents of the city. Heavy artillery and machine guns were also used in this morning’s attack. Some families buried their dead in parks and even in the gardens of their own homes.

The United States Senate and House of Representatives are due to vote on a bill to raise the limit on US borrowing ahead of a deadline to avert an unprecedented debt default. Democratic and Republican party leaders in Washington reached an 删除agreement late on Sunday on the proposal to raise the $14.3trillion limit. Global financial markets have been nervous over the prospect that the US might not have enough money to meet its financial obligations. Paul Adams reports from Washington.

The business of selling Sunday’s deal has begun, but politicians are holding their noses even as they urge colleagues to support it. In the Senate, the majority leader Harry Reid said he was not proud of the rancorous process that led to it, but he held it up as an example of American democracy at work.

“No one got what they wanted. Everyone had to give something up. People on the right are upset; people on the left are upset; people inthe middle are upset. It was a compromise.”

There is as Mr Reid says, plenty for everyone to dislike. The president has not been able to get Republicans to agree to tax increases. The Republicans have had to agree to a longer extension of the debt ceiling thanthey wanted. And both sides know that if they failed to agree on a spending plan by the end of November, then domestic social programmes and defence will face automatic cuts worth $1.2trillion.

The Turkish foreign minister has joined mourners in Norway to pay tribute to Gizem Dogan, a young girl of Turkish origin, who was one of those killed in Norway’s twin attacks. At the funeral in Trondheim, Ahmet Davutoglu pledged to work for more democracy, tolerance and openness. His sentiments echoed those expressed earlier at a special session of the Norwegian parliament in Oslo. The Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said that Norwegian people would find their way through the darkness. The only suspect, Anders Behring Breivik, has admitted to carrying out the attacks, which he says were necessary in order to wake up the country to the threat he claims posed by increased immigration.

You are listening to the latest World News from the BBC.

The United Nations Humanitarian Affairs Coordinator Valerie Amos has warned that the food crisis in the Horn of Africa is intensifying with over 12 million people in dire need of help. Valerie Amos said she feared that famine could spread to five or six more regions of war-torn Somalia unless there was a massive increase in aid.

“A little less than two weeks ago, we declared a famine in two regions in Somalia. Today we are warning that unless we see a massive increase in the response, the famine will spread to five or six more regions. Tens of thousands of Somalis have already died and hundreds of thousands face starvation with consequences for the entire region.”

The authorities in Italy say they’ve found the bodies of 25 people in the hold of a boat on the Italian island of Lampedusa. The officials say that the victims, all young men, were believed to be from sub-Saharan Africa. According to survivors, the 15-metre boat was carrying nearly 300 people and had set sail from Libya two days ago.

Egyptian troops have moved into Tahrir Square in the capital Cairo to remove protesters. Several hundred people have been camped out in the capital’s main square for over three weeks complaining about the speed of reforms following the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak in February. But retired General * told the BBC it was impossible to meet the protesters’ every demand.

All the bigheads are in jail now, and Mubarack will be into court the court the day after tomorrow and the constitution has been reformed completely and new constitution’s coming on the way. Cabinet has been shuffled four times since the revolution. The idea of having a new lift every day for more than 114 political groups and religious groups is nonsense. How can you deal with that?”

Former President Mubarak is due to stand trial on Wednesday on charges of corruption and ordering the killing of protesters.

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Reports from the Syrian city of H. say government tanks have been shelling residential neighbourhoods indiscrimately. They said the shelling intensified just as residents were breaking the dawn to dark fast on the first day of the muslim holy month of Ramadan. Activists say at least four people have been killed. On Sunday, scores of people were reported killed when security forces targetted opposition protesters. The UN Serucity Council is due to hold closed-door consultation on Syria in New York shortly. L,reports from D, on the fear in H that preventing some families from burying the dead as they wish.

The shelling assumed today on part of H leaving several people dead according to residents of the city. Heavy artillery and machine guns were also used in this morning's attack. Some families buried the dead in parks and even in the garden of their own homes.

The United States Senate and house of representatives are due to vote on a bill to raise the limit on US borrowing, ahead of the deadline to avert an unprecedented debt default. Democratic and Republican party leaders in Washington reached an agreement late on Sunday on the proposal to raise a 14.3 trillion dollar limit. Global financial markets have been nervous over the prospect that the US might not have enough money to meet its financial obligations. P.reports from Washington.

The ? day of signing Sunday's deal has begun, but politicians are holding their noses even as they urge colleague to support it. In the Senate, the majority leader H.said he was not proud of the ? process that led to it. But he hold it up as an example of American democracy at work. "No one got what they wanted. Everyone had to give something up. People on the right are upset. People on the left are upset. People on the middle are upset. It was a compromise." The raise as Mr.H says planted for everyone to dislike. The president has not been able to get Republicans to agree to tax increases. The Republians have had to agree to a longer extention of the debt ceiling than they wanted. And both sides know if they failed to agree on the spending plan by the end of November, then demestic social progroms and defense will face automatical cut worth 1.2 trillion dollars.

The Turkish Foreign Minister has joined mourners in Norway to pay tribute to G., a younger Turkish-origin, who is one of those killed in Norway's twin attacks. At the funeral in T, A pledged to work for more democracy, tolerance and openness. His sentimental echo ? expressed earlier at a special session of the Norwegion parliament in O. The prime minister Y said the Norwegion people will find their way through the darkness. The only suspect, A, has admitted to carrying out the attacks, which he said were necesary in order to wake up the country to threat he claims posed by increased immigration.

You are listening to the latest world news from the BBC.

The United Nations humanitarian affairs coordinator V.has warned the food crasis in the Horn of Africa is intensifying, with over 12 million people in ? need of help. V said she feared the famine could spread to five or six more regions of war-torn Somalia, unless with a mass of increase in aid. "A little less than two weeks ago, we declared the famine in two regions in Somalia, today we are warning that unless we see a mass of increase of response, the famine will spread to five or six more regions. Tens of thousands of Somalis have already died, and hundreds of thousands face starvation with consequences for the entire region.

The authorites in Italy said they found the bodies of 25 people in the whole of a boat on the Italian island of L. The officials say the victims all young men were believed to be from Sub-Sahara Africa. According to survivors, the 15-meter boat was carrying nearly 300 people and set sail from Libya two days ago.

Egyptian troops have moved into T square in the capital Cairo to remove protesters. Several hundred people have been camping out in the capital's main square for over three weeks complaining about the speed of reforms following the overthrow of president H in February. But the retired general S told BBC it was impossible to meet the protesters' every demand. "all this because jailed now the M will be in the quarter after tomorrow the constitution has been thrown complete and new constitution is coming on the way. Charters have benn checked for four times since the evolution. The idea that all having a new leaf every day for more than 140 political groups under real score is nonsense, it takes time to deal with that." Former preisdent O is due to stand a trial on Wednesday on charges of corruption and ordering the killing of protesters.

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Reports from the Syrian city of Hama say government tanks have been shelling residential neighbourhoods indiscriminately. They said the shelling intensified just as the residents are breaking the dawn-to-dusk fast on the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Activists said at least four people had been killed. On Sunday, scores of people were reported to be killed when security forces targeted opposition protestors. The UN Security Council is due to hold close-door consultation on Syrian in New York shortly. ** reports from Damascus on the fear in Hama that’s preventing some families from burying their dead as they wish.

The shelling resumed today on parts of Hama leaving several people dead according to residents of the city. Heavy artillery and machine guns were also used in this morning’s attack. Some families buried their dead in parks and even in the garden of their own homes.

The United States Senate and the House of Representatives are due to vote on a bill to raise the limit on US borrowing ahead of a deadline to ** unprecedented debt default. Democratic and Republican party leaders in Washington reached an agreement late on Sunday on the proposal to raise the $40.3trillion limit. Global financial markets have been nervous of the prospects that the US might not have enough money to meet its financial obligations. Paul Adams reports from Washington.

The business of selling Sunday’s bill has begun, but politicians are holding their noses even as they urged colleagues to support it. In the Senate, the majority leader ** said he’s not proud of the * process that led to it, but he hailed it up as an example of American Democracy of work.

“No one got what they wanted. Everyone had to give something up. People on the right are upset, people on the left are upset, people on the middle are upset. There was a compromise.”

The raise as Mr ** said pented for everyone to dislike, the president has not been able to get Republicans to agree to taxing increases. The Republicans will have to agree to a longer extension of the debt ceiling that they wanted and both sides know that if they fail to agree on the spending plan by the end of November, the domestic social programs and defence will face automatic cuts worth $1.2trillion.

The Turkish foreign minister has joined mourners in Norway to pay tribute to **, a young girl of Turkish origin, who was one of those killed in Norway’s twin attacks. At the funeral in **, ** pledged to work for more democracy, tolerance and openness. The sentiments echoed those expressed earlier at the special session of the Norwegian parliament in Oslo. The Prime Minister ** said the Norwegian people would find their way through the darkness. The only suspect ** has admitted to carry out the attacks which he says were necessary in order to wake up the country to the threat he claims posed by increased immigration.

You’re listening to the latest world news from the BBC

United Nations Humanitarian Affairs coordinator ** has warned that the food crisis in the hall of Africa is intensifying. There were 12million people in dire need of help. ** said she feared that famine could spread to five or six more regions of **, Somalia unless there was massive increase in aid.

“A little less than two weeks ago, we declared famine in two regions in Somalia. Today, we’re warning that unless we receive massive increase in response, the famine will spread to five or six more regions. Tens of thousands of Somalis have already died and hundreds of thousands faced ** with consequences for the entire region.”

The authorities in Italy said they’ve found the bodies of 25 people in the hold of a boat on the Italian island of Lam**. The officials say that the victims are all young men who’re believed to be from sub-Sahara Africa. According to survivors, the 15-meter boat was carrying near 300 people and it set sail from Libya two days ago.

Egyptian troops have moved into Tahir Square in the capital Cairo to remove protestors. Several hundred people have been camped out in the capital’s main square for over three weeks, complaining about the speed of the reforms following the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak in February. But retired General ** told the BBC it was impossible to meet the protestors’ every demand.

“All the year ** that Mubarak would be in the court after tomorrow, that the constitution have been ** completely and the constitution’s coming on the way. The cabinet has been shuffled four times since the **. The idea of having a newness everyday for more than 114 political groups ** is nonsense. How can you deal with that?”

Former President Mubarak is due to stand trial on Wednesday on charges of corruption and ordering of killing of protestors.

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Reporters from the Syrian city of Hama say government tanks have been shelling residential neighborhoods indiscriminately. They said the shelling intensified just as the residents were breaking the dawn-to-dusk fast on the first day of Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Activists said at least 4 people had been killed. On Sunday, scores of people were reported killed when security forces targeted opposition protesters. The UN Security Council is due to hold closed-door consultations on Syria in New York shortly. Lina Sinjab reports from Damascus on the fear in Hama that’s preventing some families from burying their dead as they wish.
The shelling resumed today on parts of Hama, leaving several people dead according to residents of the city. Heavy artillery machine guns were also used in this morning’s attack. Some families buried their dead in parks and even in the gardens of their own homes.
The United States Senate and the House of Representative are due to vote on a bill to raise the limit on US borrowing ahead of a deadline to avert an unprecedented debt default. Democratic and Republican Party leaders in Washington reached agreement late on Sunday on the proposal to raise $14.3 trillion limit. Global financial markets have been nerves over the prospect that the US might not have enough money to meet its financial obligations. Paul Adam reports from Washington.
The business of selling Sunday’s deal has begun, but politicians are holding their noses even as they urge colleagues to support it. In the Senate, the majority leader Harry Reid said he was not proud of the rancorous process that led to it, but he held it up as an example of American democracy of work.
No one got what they wanted. Everyone had to give something up. People on the right are upset. People on the left are upset. People on the middle are upset. It was compromise.
The raise Mr Reid said plenty for everyone to dislike. The president has not been able to get republicans to agree to tax increases. The republicans had to agree to a longer extension of debt ceiling that they wanted. And both sides know that if they failed to agree on a spending plan by the end of November, then domestic social programs and defense will face automatic cuts worth $1.2 trillion.
The Turkish foreign minister has joined mourners in Norway to pay tribute to **, a young girl of Turkish origin, who was one of those killed in Norway’s * attacks. At the funeral in Trondheim, Ahar Davutoglu pledged to work for more democracy, tolerance and openness. His sentiments echoes these expressed earlier at a special session of Norwegian parliament in Oslo. The Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said the Norwegian people would find their way through the darkness. The only suspect, Anders Behring Brevik has admitted to carrying out the attacks, which he says were necessary in order to wake up the country to the threat he claims posed by increased immigration.
You’re listening to the latest world news from the BBC.
The United Nations humanitarian Affairs Coordinator Valery Amos has warned the food crisis in the Horn of Africa is intensifying with over 12,000,000 people in dire need for help. Valery Amos said she feared that famine would spread to 5 or 6 more regions of war-torn Somalia unless there was massive increase in aid.
A little less than two weeks ago, we declared a famine in two regions in Somalia. Today we are warning that unless we see a massive increase in the response. The famine will spread to 5 or 6 more regions. Tens of thousands Somalis have already died and hundreds of thousands face starvation with consequences for the entire region.
The authorities in Italy said they’ve found the bodies of 25 people in the hold of boat on the Italian island of Lampedusa. The officials said that the victims, all young men, were believed to be from sub Sahara Africa. According to survivals, the 15-metre boat was carrying nearly 300 people and had set sail from Libya 2 days ago.      
Egyptian troops have moved into Tahrir square in the capital Cairo to remove protesters. Several hundreds of people have been camped out in the capital’s main square for over 3 weeks, complaining about the speed of reforms following the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak in February. But retired General Semi** told the BBC it was impossible to meet the protesters every demand.
All the big heads are in jail now. But Mubarak won’t be in a court the day after tomorrow and the constitution has been reformed completely and the new constitution is coming on the way. Cabinet has been shuffled four times since the revolution. The idea of having a new list every day for more than 140 political groups and * groups in nonsense. How can you deal with that.
Former president Mubarak is due to stand trail on Wednesday on charges of corruption and ordering the killing of protesters.
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Reports from the Syria city of Hama say government tanks has been shelling residential neighborhood indiscriminately. They said the shelling intensified just as residents were breaking the down-to-dusk fast on the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Activists said at least 4 people have been killed. On Sunday, scores of people were reported killed when security forces targeted opposition protesters. The UN Security Council is due to hold closed-door consultation on Syria in New York shortly. Linda Synjab reports from Damascus on the fear in Hama that’s preventing some families from burying their dead as they wish.

The shelling resumed today on parts of Hama, leaving several people dead according to residents of the city. Heavy * and machine guns were also used in this morning’s attack. Some families buried their dead in parks and even in the gardens of their own homes.

United States Senate and House of Representatives are due to vote a bill to raise the limit on US borrowing ahead of a deadline to avert an unprecedented default. Democratic and Republican party leaders in Washington reached an agreement later on Sunday on the proposal to raise the $14.3 trillion limit. Global financial markets have been nervous over the prospect that the US might not have enough money to meet with its financial obligations. Paul Adams reports from Washington.

The business of selling Sunday’s deal has begun, but politicians are holding their noses even as they urge colleagues to support it. In the Senate, the majority leader Harry Reid said he was not proud of the rancorous process that led to it, but he held it up as an example of American democracy of work.

“No one got what they wanted. Everyone had to give something up. People on the right are upset; people on the left are upset; people in the middle are upset. It was a compromise.”

The raise, as Mr. Reid said, plenty for everyone to dislike. The president has not been able to get Republicans to agree to tax increases. The Republicans have had to agree to a longer extension of the debt ceiling than they wanted. And both sides know that if they failed to agree on a spending plan by the end of November, then domestic social programs and defense will face automatic cuts worth $1.2 trillion.

The Turkish foreign minister has joined mourners in Norway to pay tribute to *, a young girl of Turkish origin, who was one of those killed in Norway’s twin attacks. After the funeral in Trondheim, * pledged to work for more democracy, tolerance and openness. His sentiments echoed as an express earlier at a special session of the Norwegian parliament in Oslo. The Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said that Norwegian people will find their way through the darkness. The only suspect, Anders Behring Breibik, has admitted to carrying out the attacks, which he says, were necessary, in order to wake up the country to the threat he claims posed by increased immigration.

You are listening to the latest news from the BBC.

The United Nations Humanitarian Affairs Coordinator * has warned that the food crisis in the Horn of Africa is intensifying with over 12 million people in dire need for help. * said she feared that famine could spread to 5 or 6 more regions of war-torn Somalia unless there was a massive increase in aid.

“A little less than 2 weeks ago, we declared a famine in 2 regions in Somalia. Today we are warning unless we see a massive increase in response, the famine will spread to 5 or 6 more regions. Tens of thousands of Somalis have already died, and hundreds of thousands face starvation with consequences for the entire region.”

The authorities in Italy say they’ve found the  bodies of 25 people in the hold of a boat on the Italian island of *. Police say the victims, all young men, were believed to be from Sub-Saharan Africa. According to survivors, the 15-meter boat was carrying nearly 300 people and had set sail from Libya two days ago.

Egyptian troops have moved to the Tahrir square in the capital Cairo to remove protesters. Several hundred people have been camped out in the capital’s main square for over 3 weeks complaining about the speed of reforms following the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak in February. But retired General * told the BBC it was impossible to meet the protesters’ every demand.

“All the bigheads are in jail now. Mr. Mubarak would be in the court the day after tomorrow. The constitution has been fallen completely. A new constitution is coming in the way. Government has been chopped for four times since the revolution. The idea of having a new list everyday for more than 140 political groups and * group is nonsense. How can you deal with that?”

Former President Mubarak is due to stand trial on Wednesday on charges of corruption and ordering the killing of protesters.

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BBC News with Marion Marshall
Reports from the Syrian city of Hama say government tanks have been shelling residential neighbourhoods indiscriminately. They said the shelling intensified just as the residents were breaking the dawn-to-dusk fast on the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Activists said at least four people had been killed. On Sunday, scores of people were reported killed when security forces targeted opposition protesters. The UN Security Council is due to hold closed-door consultations on Syria in New York shortly. Lina Sinjab reports from Damascus on the fear in Hama that’s preventing some families from burying their dead as they wish.
The shelling resumed today on parts of Hama, leaving several people dead according to residents of the city. Heavy artillery and machine guns were also used in this morning’s attack. Some families buried their dead in parks and even in the gardens of their own homes.
The United States Senate and House of Representatives are due to vote on a bill to raise the limit on US borrowing ahead of a deadline to avert an unprecedented debt default. Democratic and Republican party leaders in Washington reached an agreement late on Sunday on the proposal to raise the $14.3trillion limit. Global financial markets have been nervous over the prospect that the US might not have enough money to meet its financial obligations. Paul Adams reports from Washington.
The business of selling Sunday’s deal has begun, but politicians are holding their noses even as they urge colleagues to support it. In the Senate, the majority leader Harry Reid said he was not proud of the rancorous process that led to it, but he held it up as an example of American democracy of work.
“No one got what they wanted. Everyone had to give something up. People on the right are upset; people on the left are upset; people on the middle are upset. It was a compromise.”
The raise, as Mr Reid says, plenty for everyone to dislike. The president has not been able to get Republicans to agree to tax increases. The Republicans have had to agree to a longer extension of the debt ceiling that they wanted. And both sides know that if they failed to agree on a spending plan by the end of November, then domestic social programmes and defence will face automatic cuts worth $1.2trillion.
The Turkish foreign minister has joined mourners in Norway to pay tribute to Gizem Dogan, a young girl of Turkish origin, who was one of those killed in Norway’s twin attacks. At the funeral in Trondheim, Ahmet Davutoglu pledged to work for more democracy, tolerance and openness. His sentiments echoed those expressed earlier at a special session of the Norwegian parliament in Oslo. The Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said that Norwegian people would find their way through the darkness. The only suspect, Anders Behring Breivik, has admitted to carrying out the attacks, which he says were necessary in order to wake up the country to the threat he claims posed by increased immigration.
You are listening to the latest World News from the BBC.
The United Nations Humanitarian Affairs Coordinator Valerie Amos has warned that the food crisis in the Horn of Africa is intensifying with over 12 million people in dire need of help. Valerie Amos said she feared that famine could spread to five or six more regions of war-torn Somalia unless there was a massive increase in aid.
“A little less than two weeks ago, we declared a famine in two regions in Somalia. Today we are warning that unless we see a massive increase in the response, the famine will spread to five or six more regions. Tens of thousands of Somalis have already died and hundreds of thousands face starvation with consequences for the entire region.”
The authorities in Italy say they’ve found the bodies of 25 people in the hold of a boat on the Italian island of Lampedusa. The officials say that the victims, all young men, were believed to be from sub-Saharan Africa. According to survivors, the 15-metre boat was carrying nearly 300 people and had set sail from Libya two days ago.
Egyptian troops have moved into Tahrir Square in the capital Cairo to remove protesters. Several hundred people have been camped out in the capital’s main square for over three weeks complaining about the speed of reforms following the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak in February. But retired General Samisay faliyazo told the BBC it was impossible to meet the protesters’ every demand.
“All they bigheads are in jail now, but Mubarak would be in the court the day after tomorrow and the constitution has been reformed completely and new constitution’s coming on the way. Cabinet has been shuffled four times since the revolution. The idea of having a new lift every day for more than 140 political groups and religious groups is nonsense. How can you deal with that?”
Former President Mubarak is due to stand trial on Wednesday on charges of corruption and ordering the killing of protesters.
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Reports from the Syrian city of Hama say government tanks have been shelling residential neighborhoods indiscriminately. They said the shelling intensified just as residents were breaking the dawn to dusk fast on the first day of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Activists said at least four people had been killed. On Sunday scores of people were reported killed when security forces targeted opposition protesters. The UN Security Council is due to hold close-door consultations on Syria in New York shortly. Lina Sinjab reports from Damascus on the fear in Hama that’s preventing some families from burying their dead as they wish.

The shelling resumed today on parts of Hama leaving several people died according to residents of the city. Heavy artillery and machine guns were also used in this morning’s attack. Some families buried their dead in parks and even in the gardens of their own homes.

The United States Senate and House of Representatives are due to vote on a deal to raise the limit on US borrowing, ahead of deadline to avert unprecedented debt default. Democratic and Republican party leaders in Washington reached agreement later on Sunday on the proposal to raise the 14.3 trillion dollar limit. Global financial markets have been nervous over the prospect that the US might not have enough money to meet its financial obligations. Paul Adams reports from Washington

The business of selling Sunday’s deal has begun but politicians are holding their noses even as they urge colleagues to support it. In the Senate the majority leader Harry Reid said he was not proud of the rancorous process that led to it but he held it up as an example of American democracy of work.

“No one got what they wanted. Everyone had to give something up. People on the right are upset, people on left are upset, people in the middle are upset. It was a compromise.”

‘There is’ Mr. Reid as said ‘plenty for everyone to dislike. The president has not been able to get Republicans to agree to tax increases. The Republicans have had to agree to a longer extension of the debt ceiling than they wanted. And both sides know that if they failed to agree on a spending plan by the end of November then domestic social programmes and defense will face automatic cuts worth 1.2 trillion dollars.

The Turkish foreign minister has joined mourns in Norway to pay tribute Gizem Dogan, a young girl of Turkish origin who was one of these killed in Norway’s twin attacks. At the funeral in Trondheim Ahmet Davutoglu pledged to work for more democracy, tolerance and openness. His sentiments echo these expressed earlier at a special session of the Norwegian parliament in Oslo. The Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said the Norwegian people would find their way through the darkness. The only suspect Anders Behring Breivik has admitted to carrying out the attacks which he says were necessary in order to weak up the country to the threats he claims ‘posed by increased immigration.’

You are listening to the latest World News from the BBC
The United Nations Humanitarian Affairs coordinator Valerie Amos has warned that the food crisis in the Horn of Africa is intensifying with over 12 million people in dire need of help. Valerie Amos said she feared that famine could spread to five or six more regions of war tone Somalia and that was a massive increase in aid.

“A little less than two weeks ago, we declared the famine in two regions in Somalia today we are warning that unless we see a massive increase in the response the famine will spread to five or six more regions. Tens of thousands of Somalis have already died and hundreds of thousands face starvation with consequences for the entire region.”

The authorities in Italy said they found the bodies of 25 people in the hold of a boat on the Italian island of Lampedusa. The officials say that the victims, all young men, were believed to be from Sub-Sahara in Africa. According to survivors, the 15-meter boat was carrying nearly 300 people and had set seal from Libya two days ago.

Egyptian troops have moved into Tahrir Square in the capital Cairo to remove protesters. Several hundred people have been camped out in the capital’s Main Square for over three weeks complaining about the speed of reforms following the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak in February. But retired general Sameh Saif el Yazal told the BBC it was impossible to meet the protesters’ every demand.

“All the big heads are in jail now but Mubarak would be in the court after tomorrow. The constitution has been for completely any constitutions coming on their way. Demos have been chartered four times since the revolution. The idea of having a new list everyday for more than 140 political groups and religious group, it’s nonsense. Who can deal with that.”

Former president Mubarak is due to stand trial on Wednesday on charges of corruption and ordering the killing of protesters.
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4. United Nations Huvalitarian Afense coordinator ** has warned the food crisis in the whole Africa is intensify. With over 12 million people in dying need a help, ** said she fear the farming could spread to 5 to 6 more regions of war terrory Somalia. It was the massive increase in aid.
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Eyptian troops have moved into xxx in the capital of caro to remove the protestors, several hundred of people have been captured in the capital main xxx for over 3 weeks, complaining about the speed of reforms following overthrowing president xxx Feburary, but retired Jananry xxx told the BBC it was impossible to meet protestors every demand.

Former president xxx is due to stand and try out wensday, charges of corruption and ordering killing protestors.
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