The Afghan President Hamid Karzai has rejected calls to dismiss the head of the country’s Election Commission ahead of next month’s runoff vote. The demand came from Abdullah Abdullah, Mr. Karzai’s rival in the disputed presidential election last August. Mr. Abdullah said that Azizullah Ludin, who was a former presidential advisor had left the institution with no credibility.
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Police in Baghdad say two car bombs have killed more than 130 people and wounded more than 500. It’s the deadliest attack in Iraq since 2007. From Baghdad, Gabriel Gatehouse reports.
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More than 200 Roman Catholic bishops from all over Africa have urged corrupt political leaders there to repent or step down. In an unusually blunt message to their flock, issued from the Vatican, the bishops said that Africa needed leaders who would work for the good of the people. David Willey reports.
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President Obama has declared the current outbreak of swine flu in the United States a national emergency. The move comes amid rising concern about the spread of the H1N1 virus. Medical officials warned earlier this month of a possible shortage of the swine flu vaccine. James Hodges has compiled this report.
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The US government says it’s arrested more than 300 members of a powerful Mexican drug gang in a major operation across the country. The Attorney General Eric Holder said the arrest took place in 19 states and dealt a significant blow to the group’s supply chain of drugs, weapons and cash into the United States.
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The head of the UN nuclear agency Mohamed ElBaradei has given Iran and three world powers the text of a draft deal aimed at reducing concerns about Iran’s nuclear programme. The IAEA wants Iran to allow most of its uranium to be shipped abroad for further enrichment before being returned for use in a civilian research reactor. Jon Leyne reports.
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Western leaders have welcomed the acceptance by Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai of the decision to hold a run-off presidential election against his main rival Abdullah Abdullah. President Obama said Mr Karzai’s agreement to the run-off was an important step in ensuring a credible electoral process.
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A UN spokeswoman says the Afghan President Hamid Karzai has pledged to fully respect the constitutional order in the dispute over the results of the presidential election. Mr. Karzai’s comments were made in a telephone call with the Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. The US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says she expects a resolution to the election dispute in the coming days. Barbara Plett reports.
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President Obama’s most senior aide has warned there will be no decision on more troops for Afghanistan until there’s a credible government in Kabul. In a CNN interview, the White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel said it will be reckless to decide before Mr. Obama was satisfied that there was an Afghan government that could work effectively with the United States.
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Hundreds of thousands of people are taking part in a protest in central Madrid against plans to liberalize Spain’s abortion law. Several dozen legislators from the main centre-right opposition party join the demonstration, which is backed by Roman Catholic bishops. The socialist government is proposing allowing abortion on demand in the first 14 weeks of pregnancy.
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The High Court in Britain has ordered the publication of US intelligence documents, allegedly proving that a former detainee in Guantanamo Bay was tortured. The British man, Binyam Mohamed, says the documents show that he was subjected to torture at the request of the CIA before he was moved to the detention camp, and that the British security service MI5 knew about it. The British Foreign Secretary David Miliband says he will appeal against the ruling.
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The BBC has been told by reliable sources that the Obama administration has informed the British government that it will shortly announce its substantial increase in its military forces in Afghanistan. Although a review of US strategy in Afghanistan is still continuing, a BBC diplomatic editor says an announcement on the reinforcement might come in time for next week’s meeting of NATO defence ministers in Slovakia.
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A week and a half into a concerted campaign of violence, militants in Pakistan have carried out a series of attacks on police buildings that left about 40 people dead. At least 26 died in Lahore, where police clashed with militants who’d attacked a federal security building and two police training centres. Aleem Maqbool reports.
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The Senate Finance Committee in Washington has passed its version of President Obama’s healthcare bill, the centerpiece of his entire domestic programme. The 800-billion-dollar bill would extend health coverage to millions of uninsured Americans. Paul Adams reports from Washington.
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization says food production will have to increase dramatically over the next 40 years to feed the world’s growing population. It says climate change and fewer people working on the land will only make things worse. From Rome, here is Duncan Kennedy.
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The head of the United Nations mission in Afghanistan has appeared at a news conference flanked by the American, British and French ambassadors in what’s being seen as an international show of support for him. The envoy Kai Eide has come under fire from his former deputy Peter Galbraith, who accused him of covering up the extent of fraud in August’s presidential election.
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After decades of hostility and a last-minute delay, Armenia and Turkey have taken a huge step towards reconciliation by signing accords at a ceremony in Switzerland attended by the foreign ministers of Russia, France and the United States. It’d been delayed by three hours after objections about the planned wording of the statements.
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President Obama says he hopes that his Nobel Peace Prize will serve as a call to action for America and the rest of the world to face the challenges of the 21st century. He said these included the proliferation of nuclear weapons and climate change. The Nobel Prize Committee praised Mr. Obama for his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international cooperation.
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The man likely tipped to become the next British Prime Minister, David Cameron, has set up the aims and believes which he hopes will propel his party to power. In a speech to the last Conservative Party conference before next year’s general election, Mr. Cameron declared that he was ready. Naomi Grimley reports from the conference venue in Manchester.
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Italy's most senior court has overturned an immunity law which protects the Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi from prosecution while in office. The ruling means Mr. Berlusconi could stand trial in at least three court cases. From Rome, here is Duncan Kennedy.
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One of the most wanted suspects in Rwanda’s 1994 genocide has arrived at the International Tribunal for Rwanda in Tanzania. The man, Idelphonse Nizeyimana, who is described by the tribunal as a prime target, was arrested in neighbouring Uganda. Here is our East Africa correspondent Will Ross.
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Pakistan’s Interior Minister Rehman Malik has blamed a lapse in security for a deadly explosion detonated by a suicide bomber at a United Nations compound in the Pakistani capital Islamabad. Mr. Malik said the bomber had been dressed as a member of the security forces and was allowed into the World Food Program compound when he asked to use the toilet.
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Iran has agreed to let inspectors from the United Nations nuclear agency visit its recently-revealed second uranium enrichment plant. They will go there on Oct 25th. The day was set during a visit to Tehran by the head of the agency Mohammed ElBaradei.