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A leading human rights lawyer in Iran is among anumber of political prisoners who’ve been releasedjust days before the new President Hassan Rouhanitravels to New York to address the UN GeneralAssembly. Nasrin Sotoudeh, who represented the Noble Prize winner Shirin Ebadi had beenconvicted of endangering national security. She told the BBC she was delighted to be free.

I finally got my wish personally ringing my doorbell myself because of I gain a leave in prison. Iwent to my door, and pressed the doorbell myself. I could see the children could see me fromthe intercom downstairs. They were very happy and I was very happy to see them.

Seven other women and three men are also reported to have been freed. President Rouhaniwas elected on promises of a more moderate and open approach.

Russia says it will represent new evidence to t

he UN Security Council that Syrian rebels carried out last month’s chemical weapons attackoutside Damascus. The United States has said there’s no doubt that Syrian government forceswere responsible for gassing hundreds of civilians. When speaking in Damascus, Russia’sDeputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said the Syrian government wants to prove that’s nottrue.

We have indeed received additional evidence collected, analyzed and concluded upon by theSyrian authorities on what they believe it’s prove for use of chemical weapons by insurgents,so-called insurgents.

Stock markets in the United States have hit record highs after the surprised decision of theworld’s most powerful central bank the Federal Reserve to leave its economic stimulatemeasures in place. The bank said it wanted to wait for more evidence of a sustained economicrecovery before cutting back its program of plumping $85b a month into the markets. Here’sour economic correspondent Andrew Walker.

The Fed’s intentions which have be the main focus in financial markets of more than threemonths. There’s no weird doubt that it will some states face out the policy known asQuantitative easing. But many in the market thought it would start that process now, insteadthe US central bank decides to wait for more evidence that the economy including theemployment situation is getting stronger. Although the recovery from the financial crisis hasbeen more rapid in America than in many European countries, it’s still not regarded asparticularly strong.

The government of Mexico has declared a state of emergency in 77 areas of the country asheavy rain and floods brought by twin storms lasperes the east and west coast line. Around45,000 tourists and Mexican nationals remain stranded in the coastal resort of Acapulco.Rescue efforts have been hampered as both roads linking it to Mexico City are blocked bylandslides.

News from the BBC.

Britain Supreme, I bet your pardon, Brazilian Supreme Court has now voted in favor ofreopening the country’s biggest corruption trial. In a final vote to break an earlier deadlock,the Supreme Court agreed appeals by 12 leading politicians,bankers and businessmen shouldbe heard. They’ve been convicted of involvement in paying opposition politicians to supportthe government and parliament. The scandal has erupted in 2005 under the previousPresident Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.

There have been clashes across Greek said demonstrations sparked by the killing of a left wingmusician by a suspected member of a Neo-Nazi party. Mark Lowen is in Athens.

Thousands gathered at the spot where 35-year-old Pavlos Fyssas was stabbed. As darknessfell the violence began with protesters attacking a bank and the a police station. Riot policeused teargas and x to push them back. There was fury that the stabbing overnight of the leftwing musician by a member of a Neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party. The assailant has been arrestedand confessed to the attack. Although Golden Dawn has denied links with the crime, police werereported to have found party leaflets and the membership card at his home.

Police in the United States have said the six bodies found in the lake in Oklahoma may be thosepeople who went missing decades ago. Police divers testing new sonar equipment found twocars in the lake. One contained three bodies thought to be those teenagers who went missingin 1970s. Three bodies discovered in the other car are believed to be people who disappeared inthe 1950s.

Britain’s most prestigious literature prize the Man Booker is changing its rule to allow allauthors who write fictions in English to enter from next year. The chairman of the Booker Prizefoundation said it was abandoning the constraint of geographic and national boundaries. Atpresent, the $80,000 prize only considers works by writers from the Commonwealth, Ireland orZimbabwe.

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