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BBC News新闻 20110911

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BBC news with David Austin.

The Egyptian Information Minister, Osama Hakel has said that Egypt is in a deep crisis, and that activists to ransack the Israeli embassy on Friday night had hurt Egypt’s image abroad. Mr. Hakel said that those responsible for the attack would be tried in Emergency State Security Court. Betheni Bell reports from Cairo:

Egypt has promised to crack down on the protesters involved in the attack, and to protect Cairo’s embassies. The clashes at the Israeli mission, which went on all night have shocked people, both here and abroad. Reports on the Egyptian state television said Egypt Prime Minister offered to step down. But his resignation was refused by the country’s military leader Field Marshal Tantawi. Under Egypt’s former leader Hosni Mubarak such violence displaces of anger against Israel wouldn’t be tolerated.

The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu has said Israel remains committed to its peace treaty with Egypt. He said that Israel was working with Cairo on creating strong enough security for the return of the Israeli ambassador and other embassy stuff.

The head of the Libyan National Transitional Council, Mustafa Abdul Jalil has flown from Bengasi to the Libyan Capital Tripoli for the first time since rebels took control of the city. He was greeted by hundreds of supporters before being driven to a hotel. Mr. Abdul Jialil had until now remained in Bengasi. More from Peter Bios who watched Mr Abdul Jalil’s arrival at the airport in Tripoli:

There were chaotic scenes when Mustafa Abdul Jalil emerged from the aircraft that has brought him from Bengasi. Crowds of people surged forward trying to get close to him. Soldiers struggled to maintain order. Mr. Jalil’s arrival in Tripoli was long overdue. He’s been expected here almost as soon as the city fell nearly three weeks ago. One man at the airport said people wanted to express their gratitude to him for what he’s done for Libya since the uprising against Colonel Gaddafi began in February.

Peter Bios in Tripoli.

The sectary general of the Arab League, Nabil el-Araby says he’s agreed a series of measures with President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, aimed at ending months of conflict there. At least 6 people are reported to have been killed in the latest anti government demonstrations. From Beirut, Owen Benett Jones has this report:

Mr. el Araby said the reform package he discussed in Damasks will now be put to the Council of the Arab League on Monday. He hasn’t given many details away. But before he went, there were newspaper reports suggesting that the Arab League wanted a three-year timetable for a transition to multi-party government. And speaking on his return from Damasks, Mr. el-Araby did say he’d urged the Syrian president to speed up reform plans through a timetable that will make every Syrian citizen feel he’s moved onto a new stage.

Ours Owen Benett Jones reporting from Beirut.

This is the world news coming to you from BBC in London.

The government of Tanzania’s Semi-autonomous island of Zanziba says it will set up an investigation to establish why a heavily over-loaded ferry sank on Friday night, with more than eight hundred people on board. More than 180 people drowned in the accident between the island of Zanziba and Penba, many of them are children.

A weekend of ceremony has begun in the United States to mark the tenth anniversary of 911’s attacks. In his weekly address, president Obama said justice had finally been delivered to Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda was on the path to defeat. From New York, here’s Johnny Diamond:

In a field of Shanksvile in Pennsylvania, vice president Joe Bydon, former president Bill Clinton and George W. Bush are dedicating a national memorial for the forty passengers and crew killed when United Flight 93 was rested from the hands of hijackers. Earlier today, George W. Bush was at the Pentagon, where he laid a wreath of white lilies and roses. 189 people were killed there when American Airline’s Flight 77 slammed into the building. Tomorrow the focus will be here on New York, where the World Trade Center once stood. The name of every victim will be read out.

The leader of South Africa’s ruling party’s Youth Wing, Julius Malema has given a defined speech the day before he faces a disciplinary hearing by the African National Congress. Mr. Malema, who was accused of bringing the ANC into disrepute, said he did not need permission to be in the party since it was in his blood. He had declared economic war on white South Africans.

The American Space Agency, NASA has launched its latest moon mission after a two-day delay. The Delta2 Rocket, which took off from Cape Canaveral in Florida is carrying two identical satellites which will survey the moon’s gravitational field in unprecedented detail. Scientists hope that the mission, known as GRAIL, or Gravity Recovery And Interior Laboratory will review the moon’s internal structure.

That’s the BBC news.
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