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[BBC] 【整理】BBC 2011-08-31

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[Homework]【整理】BBC 2011-08-31

British government days UN has agree to release 1.5billion dollars worth Libyan money hold British bank to help the emergency humanitarian aid in Libya and restore the confidence in economy.The Libya notes,which was frozen on the UN sanctions will be delivered central bank of Libya as soon as possible.UN security council resolution council 1970 freezing libya assets still in place and negotiations are continuing in NY are unwind,but in mean time countries' can apply sanction's committee to release a mount of money to assist what called basic expenses. so of 80 billion dollars worth of Libya assets holding in Britain the government had allowed by the UN to release 1.5 billion to the national transitional council in Tripoli. From Secretary 00 said the money would help address  the urgent humanitarian need  instill confidence in the banking sector, pay the salaries of public workers and free up liquidity in the economy.   
The US says imposed the new sanctions on three top Syrian government officials in what the State Department said was an attempt to further tighten the noose on President 00’s inner circle. It follows a violent end to the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in which at least seven people were shot dead in protests across Syria.
Russia's state oil company 00 and United States energy giant 00 had announced the strategic deal to jointly explore and develop oil gas reserve under the sea in the Arctic.         
The two companies are planning to put a total of over 3 billion dollars in the explorations in the arctic ocean in the black sea 00 gets access to 00’s expertise and capital; the US company extends its position in Russia, which is widely seen as a key location for future oil and gas production. The Arctic elements in the agreement replaced the deal between 00 and BP that failed earlier this year over a dispute with the British company’s other Russian partner.   
The authorities in Sudan have denied allegations by international human rights groups that they are continuing aerial bombardments of civilians in the province of South 00. Human rights researchers said they saw Sudanese planes bombing what appeared to be civilian areas.
A spokesman for President 00'sNational Congress Party has categorically denied the Sudanese armed forces are breaking their own ceasefire in Southern 00. 00 accused the rebels of continuing the fighting, saying the government troops were acting in self-defense. He rejected reports that the Sudanese armed forces were indiscriminately bombing civilians or stopping the flow of humanitarian aid to people in need. Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch say they have documented air attacks that killed at least 26 civilians in Southern 00 before the ceasefire.












              

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