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An investigation by the BBC has found evidence that more than 300 people were massacred in the Democratic Republic of Congo last December by the Lord's Resistance Army, the militia which operates across northern Congo, southern Sudan and central African Republic. Our reporter Martin Plaut who went to northeastern Congo said the killings took place west of the town of Angola and lasted five days.
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The electoral commission in Iraq says the political group led by the secular former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi has won the country's parliamentary election. His group secured two seats more than the bloc led by Nouri al-Maliki, the current Shiite Prime Minister. Mr al-Maliki has expressed concerns over irregularities, and says he'll challenge the result in court. Here is our Arab affairs analyst Magdi Abdelhadi.
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Relatives of children sexually abused by an American Roman Catholic priest have accused Pope Benedict of failing to act over the case during the 1990s. The New York Times says Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger as he was known at the time failed to respond to letters in which the priest Lawrence Murphy was accused of molesting 200 pupils at school for deaf children between 1950 and 1974. Christ Ferrando reports.
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The authorities in Saudi Arabia say they've arrested more than 100 militants suspected of links to Al-Qaeda who were planning to attack oil installation in the kingdom. The Saudi Interior Ministry says half of those attained are Saudis and the others are from Yemen,Bangladsh,Somalia and Retrea.
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Britain has announced the expulsion of an Israeli diplomat following the use of forged British passports by the killers of a Palestinian Hamas commander in Dubai in January. The Foreign Secretary David Miliband told parliament there was strong evidence that Israel was responsible for the misuse of the passports, the originals of which belong to people with dual British and Israeli citizenship.
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A veteran of expeditions through places such as the Tianshan mountains and the Tibetan plateau, Mr Jones is currently undertaking a mammoth trip across the Eurasian continent from Britain to China.
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The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has told Israel that it faces tough choices if it's to achieve peace with the Palestinians. Speaking after a public row with Israel over planned Jewish settlements on occupied Palestinian territory, Mrs Clinton said the status quo was unsustainable, and negotiations on a two-state solution were the only way forward.
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In a rare Sunday session, the US House of Representatives is debating the health care reform bill at the centre of President Obama's domestic agenda. A final vote could follow in the coming hours and is expected to be very close. The Republicans say the measure is too expensive and have tried to persuade undecided Democrats to vote against it. Paul Adams reports from Washington.
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With a clock ticking down towards a crucial vote, President Obama has made a further strong bid for support for his health care reforms. The plan has become a defining issue of Mr.Obama's presidency. It's expected to be put to a Congressional vote this weekend. At a rally outside Washington, the President said it was the culmination of a century of struggle.
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President Obama is postponing a trip to Indonesia and Australia, so he can stay in Washington to try to get his health care reforms passed by Congress. Mr Obama had already delayed the long-arranged trip once and was due to set off on Sunday. But with the crucial vote on the reforms expected within days, the trip has been put off entirely until June. From Washington, Mark Mardell reports.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC News在线听力附文本(2010-03-21)2010-03-21
The acting President of Nigeria Goodluck Jonathan has dissolved the government. The announcement comes a month after he assumed the executive powers because of the long illness of President Umaru Yar'Adua. Peter Greste reports from Abuja.
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The couple released a statement saying that the split was entirely amicable and by mutual agreement. The press release went on to say that both parties were committed to the joint parenting of their children.
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The United States and the United Nations are urging Israel and Palestinians to resume peace talks after a day of unrest in Jerusalem. The American Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Washington wanted to insure both sides were fully committed to peace efforts. The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon condemned as illegal recent Israeli plans to build new settlements in East Jerusalem. Barbara Plett reports from New York.
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Reports in Israeli media say Israel's ambassador to the United States Michael Oren told Israeli diplomats that American-Israeli relations were facing a crisis of historic proportions. Washington is furious at last week's announcement by Israel during a visit by the US Vice President that more new Jewish homes were to be built in occupied East Jerusalem. But on Monday, the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the Israeli parliament the building project would continue. Paul Wood reports from Jerusalem.
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The United States has authorized the departure of government dependents from Mexican border cities, following fatal attacks by suspected drug traffickers on consular staff. In two separate incidents, one official from the US consulate in Ciudad Juárez was killed along with two others connected with the mission. Madeleine Morris reports from Washington.
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Turkey has recalled its ambassador to Sweden after the Swedish parliament narrowly voted to describe the mass killing of Armenians by Turkish forces during the First World War as genocide. Turkey's Prime Minister strongly condemned the vote. Jonathan Head reports from Istanbul.
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The United States has condemned Israel's plan to allow another 1,600 homes for Jewish settlers to be built in occupied East Jerusalem. Israeli announcement came as the US Vice President Joe Biden was visiting Jerusalem. Here is our state department correspondent Kim Ghattas.
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The city of London is gearing up for a series of events to celebrate the Chinese New Year, and if last year's celebrations are anything to go by it should be quite a party.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC News在线听力附文本(2010-03-14)2010-03-15
A United Nations report says up to half the food aid in Somalia is routinely diverted to corrupt contractors, Islamist militants and local UN workers. Bob Replate in New York has more.
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Nigeria's acting President Goodluck Jonathan has sacked the country's National Security Adviser in the wake of ethnic violence that left hundreds dead at the weekend. The announcement was made after a special security meeting in the capital Abuja. Earlier, police said they had restored order to three villages in the center of the country where the violence occurred. Here is Caroline Duffield.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:基地组织美国籍发言人被捕(2010-03-11)2010-03-11
The acting President of Nigeria Goodluck Jonathan has placed the security forces in the center of the country on full alert following a fresh wave of sectarian violence near the city of Jos. Witnesses say they saw more than 100 corpses, many of them women and children in the village Dogo-Nahawa, just a few kilometers from the city. With more, here is Richard Hamilton.
该音频有LRC字幕 BBC新闻解说附字幕:乌克兰新总总称与俄联络进入新时代(2010-03-10)2010-03-10
The German Chancellor Angela Merkel has welcomed the austerity measures taken by Greece to solve its financial crisis. Flanked by the Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou after talks in Berlin, Mrs Merkel said direct aid to Greece was not needed. From Berlin, here's Steve Rosenberg.
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Bomb attacks in Baghdad have killed at least 14 people as some early voting took place in Iraq's parliamentary elections. Suicide bombers killed seven soldiers at two polling stations while seven civilians died in an attack at another. More than half a million members of the Iraqi armed forces were voting early to free them for security duties on the main polling day on Sunday. Gabriel Gatehouse sent this report from a polling station in Baghdad.
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There has been angry protests in Athens against the Greek government's announcement of further austerity measures to deal with the country's massive debts. Pensioners scuffled with riot police and civil servants protested outside the Finance Ministry. The new measures are designed to save 6.5 billion dollars. The head of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso welcomed the move.