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BBC news with Mariana Marshall.
Reporters from the Syrian city Hama say government tanks has been shelling residential neighborhoods in discriminatively. They said the shelling intensified just the residents will break in and don't ask fast on the first day of Muslim holly month of Ramadan. Activists said at least 4 people had been killed. On Sunday, schools of people were reported killed when security forces targeted opposition protesters.

The UN security council has due to hold closed door consultations on Syria in New York shortly. Linesan Jab reports from De Mascs: on the fear of Hama's preventing some families from burring their dead as they wish.
The shelling zing today on parts of Hama leaving several people dead according to the residents of the city. Heavy artillery machine guns were also used this morning's attack. Some families buried the dead in the parks, and even in gardens of their own homes.

United States Senator has representatives due to vote on a bill to raise the limit on US borrowing. Ahead of a deadline to a vote on president debt default. Democratic and Republican parties in Washington reached an agreement later on Sunday on the propose would raise a 14.3 trillion-dollar limit. Global financial market has been nervous over the prospect that US might not have enough money to meet its financial obligations. Paul Adams reports from Washington.
The business of selling Sunday's deal has began, but politicians are holding their noses even they urge colleagues to support it. In the Senate, the majority leader Harry Reed said he was not proud of the rancorous process that led to it, but he hold up an example of American democracy at work.
No one got what they wanted. Everyone had to give something up. People are wide or upset; people are wide upset; people are mid upset;it was a compromise.
The real is Mr Reed said there's plenty for everyone to dislike: the president has not been able to get the Republicans to agree the taxing increases. The Republicans had to agree a longer extension of debt ceiling than they wanted. And both sides know that if they failed to agree on the spending plan by the end of November, the domestic social programs and defense will face automatic cuts worth 1.2 trillion dollars.

The Turkish foreign minister has joined mourns in Norway to pay a tribute to Gizem Dowan, a younger of Turkish origin, who was one of those killed in Norway's twin attacks. At the funeral in trunk time, Archman Davutolu pledged to work for more democracy, tolerance, and openness. His statement echoed his express earlier at the special session of Norwegian parliament in Auslow. The prime minister president Jems Daltonbeg said the Norwegian people will find they way through darkness. The only suspect Anovish Branbic has admitted carrying out the attacks, which she says were necessary in order to wake up the country to the threat she claims posed by the increased immigration.

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

United Nations Somali terriers affairs coordinator  Vallery Amors has warned the food crisis in whole south Africa is intensifying, with over 12 million people in dying need of help. Barenus Amors said she fear that the famine could spread to 5 or 6 more regions wars-torn Somalia, unless there's massive increase in aid.
A little less than 2 weeks ago, we declaimed 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 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 hold of a boat on the Italian island of Lanpeduza. The official said that the victims all young men were believed to be from subs haran 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 to Teheran square in the capital Carol to remove protesters. Several hundred people have been camped out in the capital's main square for over for 3 weeks, complaining about the speed of reforms following the overthrow of president Husmin Mubarac in February. But retire general Samisaiho Jazo told the BBC that it was impossible to meet the protesters' every demand.
All the becas on ***mabaraq would be end in the quarter after tomorrow that the constitution has been affront completely and the constitutions coming on their way. ***啊啊啊 have been checked for 4 times since the overusing. The idea of having a new list every day for more than 140 political groups and ***groups is nonsense. How can you deal with that?

Former president Mubara** to stand trial on Wednesday on charges of corruption and ordering the killing of protesters.

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