BBC news with Tom Sanders.
Republican party leaders in the US congress have said that they want to reconsider legislation allowing the family of the victims of the 911 attacks to sue Saudi Arabia. The White House has warned the law would expose American troops to prosecution abroad. Saudi Arabia has expressed its deep concern. The senate majority leader Mitch McConnell admitted that the law makers hadn't understood the possible consequences.
Transport officials in the US has opened an investigation into the train crashing Hoboken station in New Jersey in which one person was killed and more than a hundred injured. The commuter services failed to slow down and crash through the barrier stopping only when it hit the station wall.
The International Criminal Court has opened a preliminary investigation into election related violence in Gabon. The government alleges that the defeated president candidate Rong Ping incited genocite during an election campaign. Mr.Ping has blamed to the violence on the government.
The US secretary of state John Kerry has again warned Russia that Washington is on the brink of ending to talks on Syria if the airstrikes on Aleppo continue. Earlier, Russia said it would carry on with its military support for Syrian government forces.
A US hedge fund has been ordered to pay almost half a billion dollars to settle charges in bribe to officials and a number of African countries to secure mining and investment rights. Och-Ziff is operated in Democratic Republic of Congo, Chad, Niger and Guinea as well as in Lybia where it paid millions to the sons of Canal Quadafei.
The mission of the Rosetta space probe is drawing to a close. Scientists of the European Space Agency have sent the spacecraft on a collision course with the comet that it's been tracking for the past two years. They hope to get some final closeup pictures and measurements of comet 607P.
We want you to reconsider your decision to resign from the board.
Nobody was prepared to risk prosecution by actually naming names.
Wastage was no doubt a necessary consequence of war.
The winner of each preliminary goes through to the final.
The newspaper reporters allege that the man was murdered but they have given no proof.
In an attempt to settle the case, Molken has agreed to pay restitution.
a close-up of Harvey's face.
1.The commuter services failed to slow down and crash through the barrier stopping only when it hit the station wall.
We turned to see the approaching car slow down.
2.Mr.Ping has blamed to the violence on the government.
It is grossly unfair to impute blame to the United Nations.
3.The US secretary of state John Kerry has again warned Russia that Washington is on the brink of ending to talks on Syria if the airstrikes on Aleppo continue.
on the brink of濒于
They sparred for a moment, on the brink of a full fight.
4.The mission of the Rosetta space probe is drawing to a close.
draw to a close渐近结束
Iraq peace talks draw to a close in Finland.
美国国会共和党领导人表示，他们要重新考虑允许911袭击遇难者家人起诉沙特阿拉伯政府的法案。白宫警告称，该法案会导致美国驻外军队被控告 。沙特阿拉伯也表示深切担忧 。参议院多数派领袖米奇·麦康奈尔(Mitch McConnell)承认，议员们此前未能考虑到可能造成的后果 。
美国交通部官员就新泽西州霍博肯火车站火车撞击事件展开调查。事故造成1人死亡，100多人受伤 。这辆客运列车减速失败，穿过栅栏撞上火车站墙壁之后才停止前进 。
国际刑事法庭对加蓬选举引发的暴力事件展开初步调查。政府宣称落败的总统候选人让·平在竞选活动中煽动种族大屠杀 。让·平指责暴力是政府造成的 。
美国一家对冲基金被下令支付近5亿美元以了结其面临的行贿指控。这家对冲基金被控向官员和一些非洲国家行贿，获得采矿和投资权 。Och-Ziff公司在刚果民主共和国，乍得，尼日尔，几内亚以及利比亚经营，向卡扎菲上校的儿子行贿数百万美元 。