BBC news with Debby Ross.
Republican leaders in the US congress have said they want to reconsider a legislation allowing the families of victims of the 9.11 attacks to sue Saudi-Arabia. The White House had warned that the law could expose American troops to prosecution abroad. The senate majority leader Mich McCornell admitted the law makers hadn't understood the possible consequences.
Investigators say they hope soon to retrieve the data recorder from the train that crashed in Holboken station in New Jersey on Thursday. One person was killed and more than 100 injured when the train tore into the station smashing through a barrier.
A US hedge fund has been ordered to pay almost half a billion dollars to settle charges it bribed officials and a number of African countries to secure mining and investment rights. Och-Ziff operated in Democratic Republic of Congo, Chad, Niger and Guinea as well as in Lybia where it paid millions to a son of Canal Quadafei.
There has been another day of heavy fighting in Syria with government troops seizing more terroritory around Aleppo while rebel forces launched a contra-affensive in the central city of Hamar. The UN humanitarian chief Steven O'Brien said conditions in Aleppo had descended into a merciless abyss of humanitarian catastrophy.
The mission of the Rosetta space probe is drawing to a close after scientists of the European Space Agency 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.
President Obama had celebrated the achievements of African American Olympians in the ceremony at the White House. Among those present were relatives of Jessy Owens who won four gold medals at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin. Unlike white athelets Owens received no message of congratulations from president Roosevelt on his return and now Mr.Obama said he want to redress.
He reached over and retrieved his jacket from the back seat.
The demonstrators used trucks to smash through embassy gates.
3.bribe vt.& vi.贿赂，行贿
He tried to bribe the policeman not to arrest him.
Federal leaders continued their efforts to secure a ceasefire.
Whistler, as always, was merciless.
To live together harmoniously as men and women is an achievement.
1.The White House had warned that the law could expose American troops to prosecution abroad.
To expose to free movement of air; ventilate or dry.
2.The UN humanitarian chief Steven O'Brien said conditions in Aleppo had descended into a merciless abyss of humanitarian catastrophy.
North Korea may descend into factional in - fighting.
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 。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 。
叙利亚又发生了一天残酷的战斗，政府军队在阿勒颇周围夺取了更多领土，叛军在哈马尔中部发动了反攻。联合国人道主义事务负责人奥布莱恩(Stephen O'Brien)表示，阿勒颇的形势已经陷入人道主义灾难的残酷深渊 。