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July 9, 2007
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North Korean nuclear reactor at Yongbyon. File photo
A special meeting of the UN nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, approves the return of inspectors to North Korea.

Indonesian prosecutors file a civil suit against ex-president Suharto, seeking the return of millions of dollars.
Australia police are given extra time to investigate an Indian doctor over the suspected UK bomb attempts.

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Transcript in the news of July 9, 2007 (With some misspelled words)  


>>> The United Nations nuclear agency has agreed to send inspectors to North Korea to supervise and shut down its nuclear reactor.  The IREA  will install monitoring cameras and seals on equipment at the reactor.  Pyongyang agreed to close it in exchange for economic aid.  Rais massed 140,000 soldiers on its border with irar turkish kurdish separatists. He denies any wrongdoing and has responded by taking his self-defensetyg coalition that he said will collapse the government. It may mick early elections.

>> More from in a moment but over to you in washington.

>> There is a lot of pressure now in washington on president sh issmen have been rebelling ahead of a report for mr. Bush's presented to congress later this week hearing alan brooks

>> A small study in despair from the iraqit this was the aftermath of a bomb that killed 150 people ebb sowed erodes political hope and not only washington the opponents of the president are gathering once again on capitol hill to tryndorentangle. In iraq. 4692E3A4.JPG

>> President bush's surge has been the deadliest of the war,

sis not working. We cannot wait until september to act.

>> Reporter: In the coming days, congress will be consumed with q tie bringing the troops home and the signs are that some republicansre sident andvote foretf plan. New strategy for iraq insisted the white house, should not be decided by congress.

>> Thetiaq not neehelp of 159,000 american troops in their country. Yet withdrawing our troops b upon without the advice of our american military commanders would not be in the it w that is not something we are going to do

>> Reporter: It seems clear that president bush's support among ke is starting to eb away. That's the bad news for the white house ent bush's evhile

>>> Democratic senator jiman. Before the programme i asked him if the leaders that crco an endnk that the provisions that we are going to be debating will certainly moveow say thhe completelyou can end that is new to thes of the american people is catching up to the american congress. People have been ahead of the american ngr running iedin remove our military troops out in the first part of the campaign people were saying i wanted to cut and run. Prerehearsed wolfowitz phrases and the american people didn't buy it. It is only now that many of the republicans are buying what was in the iraq study group. So i tdehead of the rest of the congress on this

>> When you are a rebound colleague signs up a firm timeline for bringing american troops out of don't think i would sign up for support is a timeline for beginning the withdrawal because of the signal that it sends. And i would expect that most republicans who are concerned about the war would do the same thing 4692E45C.JPG

>> Reporter: Do you expect there is going to be a big debate about the consequences of what would happen inside iraq whenngnsjust put out a paper saying it is concerned about a humanitarian crisis.

>> It's a n, it's a concern that's going on right now. There is a humanitarian crisis right now. We've got i t jordan, some in syria, some internally displaced. All of the things that people are saying will happen if we withdraw were actually a consequence of the invasion in the first place. So we need to be more responsibletion was when it went in. We need to bring our troops out in a responsible way at the same time that we are leaving together the right sort of diplomatic group inside the region where countries inside 4692E493.JPG

responsibility for aftermath. That's the way it should be done and it rt haven't seen in the past

>> Reporter: You just returned from asia. Did what you heard from that trip make you more convinced that it is time for america to start getting out of iraq

>> I was ready i ied and occupied iraq that it was going to affect the american infrastructure, the army and our ability to address our strategic interests elsewhere. And east asia is an enormously vital part of the world for the united states and it has been pushed to the back burner and we need to be addressing that for d also for the country.

>> Reporter: Jim web, democratic senator from virginia speaking with me a short while ago. Coming up on the programme, 12 years on fromca massacre, the remains of 400 victims are finally returned to their families. The business news from new york here is michelle flur 4692E4D8.JPG

>> Thank you.

Second quarter earnings season and solid gains on the market. The numbers are just ahead. The second quarter earnings season got off on the road with numbers from alcoa after the closed, property profits of $716 million down from $749 million a year earlier. The drop waschos bid. The company rejected alcoa's offer outrightn. Other company news and french big gias specu to buy dutch baby food company. The move comes just sas after the first government as a n that needed aktstself.

Google is making further inroads into the business software software market, se programs for $625 million buying apr microsoft mavenymantic own the other parts. Certainly been disappointing. It has been eclipsed by cheaper rivalssh nice start to the earnings season amid low expectations. The dow was up as was the nasdaq up three points and over in europe, the min sectors closed stocks higher. The ftse was up just over a quarter of a percent. 4692E553.JPG

>>> This is bbc world. President bush faces increasing pressure over his iraq given time. And two years after a failed bomb attempt on london's transport system, four men have been convicted of conspiracy to murder.

Remains 436 victims of the srebrenica massacre have been exhumed. They were murdered when 1995. We get this report.

>> Reporter: 12 years on, some of eb er mass graves are still being unearthed from genocide signs the holocaust. Exhuming remains like this ispainful.

>> We are paying our last respects to them. This is a very difficumoment.

>> And it's the first time D.N.A. Has been used to identify victims of aoc>>Od o representing 28,000 different people and the majority of americans weified personsthe srebrenica. Muslim refugees gathered there thinking they were under the protection of dutch peacekeepers but they were hugely outnumbered bysands of muslims were slaughtered. Some of the relatives are now trying to sue there are those still searching for the remains of their loved ones 4692E5C4.JPG

>> I found myro combroerbrother and I'm still searching for my father.

>> Some of the o v t.Ven a dignified burial on wednesday. Part of a ceremony marking the 12th anniversary srebrenica. The two men accused of being the perpetrators are still on the run. And mladic are still on the run and until they're brought to justice, this chapter of the balkan warver be closed. Coming up on the programme, panic buying in zimbabwe. The country is verging on economic collapse. Pakistani authorities are giving negotiationses a chance to end the iej ofas surrender surrender. Security forces have besieged the compound since violent clas pro-tlan militants last week. 4692E61D.JPG

>> The delegation led by a formerme inside the mosque to send out the dead, wounded, women and

megaphone mobile phone but he refused to come and they refused to go gunfire

>> Earlier security force trn s dozens of hard core militants have either m to stay behind and act ats humans human shields. There is gre f they have warned against a violent end. The supreme court has ordered general musharraf gave the go ahead for talks after a high level cu there talk a

stay the chose is amnesty to martyrdom. The president says it's surrender or death. But the islamic wi ta risk. They're now asking for permission to go into the mosque for face to face negotiations. 4692E66B.JPG

>> Security in indonesia filed a civil suit against former presidentto. The money was actually channeled the family. Police in zimbabwe say over a thousand businesses have been fined for defying orders to halftwek ago in hopes of putting a break on hyper inflation. South africa has now stepped in to try tonteshe control by the zimbabwan government has led to panic buying in mannede harare said she was unable to buy fish, eggs, meat, cheese ormargarine. 1300 peoplero business community have been fined for refusing to reduprices.

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>> The regional organization southern african dme on a rescue programme. There were unconfirmed reports that one solution would be to link theze the collapsing economy. Amid a news blackout, the south african presidentbe victoria between the zimbabwan government and the opposition mb pr ctr haveat these discussions. 4692E6E8.JPG

>> At least one mun rideers are part of a pile-up towards the d y 170 kilometres between dunkirk and france yid cycling but there were a few areas that helped the mor r were caught three kilometres

t a mass belgium prood mea ed to avoid it in front of the home crowd.Team alliance was thrown jerseying inned to retain the top for stage hard days of rain ahe.

>> Mike, i bet you wish were you there.

>> It would be nice to be on the road again. Thank you very much for being with us. <

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