그럼에도, 한반도 평화협정은 적화통일의 길을 터는 것이요,
그것은 김정일 왕조와 김대중의 연방제 적화통일 야욕대로 되어가는 것이다. 그러기에 우리는 한반도 문제는
중동 문제와 다르며, 대한민국 국민은 김일성-김정일 왕조가 지배하는 적화통일을 평화로 여기지 않을 것이라는 사실을
>> The American secretary of state, Condoleezza rice,
says that Israeli and Palestinian leaders have agreed a pat of
cooperation to create two states living side by side in peace
and security. She announced the Palestinian president, bass bats
bass, along with Israel's prime minister, Ehud Olmert, will hold
meetings every two weeks with discussions focusing initially on
>> The parties will also begin to discuss the development of
a political horizon, consistent with the establishment of a
Palestinian state in accordance with the road map. As have noted
before, we're not yet at final status negotiations. These are
initial discussions to build confidence between the parties.
Palestinians must know that their state will be viable. Israelis
must know that a future state of Palestine will be a source of
security, not a threat to it. Both sides must have confidence
that economic and trade relations between them will promote the
welfare of their population. The efforts in which they engage
will help to build confidence and therefore ease the path to
negotiations to establish two states living side by side in
peace and security.
>> Well, to Gaza, and it's been more than two weeks now since
the bbc's correspondent there Alan Johnston went missing. It's
believed he was kidnapped. On Monday international journalists
joined bbc employees around the world to mark the moment he was
last seen and to call once again for his safe return. Tanya's
here. Now yukos was a name we've got to equate with huge success
of the ole gar.
>> Now brurption, of course.
-- Now bankrupt, of course. This will unravel over next few
months and people will be interested to see what assets will end
up in Russian state hands. Assets of yukos are being sold off at
auction on Tuesday. The first deal has been struck, and it puts
more ownership of Russia's oil sector back into state hands. The
state auctioned off yukos facilities at the end of 2004. It's
now owned by the government. Yukos was once the biggest oil no
pro-deucer in Russia. The company was driven into bankruptcy
after the imprisonment of its head. Hu jintao and his Russian
Vladimir Putin, talk business today. President Hu arrived in
Moscow amid great fanfare on Monday. Trade between the two ct
sharply last year. Russia is a major energy producer, China a
major consumer. So the two have much to discuss. And we'll be
keeping you up to date with those talks as they progress.
>> On the, yeah thanks very much indeed. Stay with us here on
bbc world. Still to come, we are with the U.N. on patrol in
Lebanon. Fall eight months now after the war.
-- A full eight months now after the war. Did you ever see
the film "midnight express"? Well, Turkish prisons have been
associated with torture ever since then, for decades, but turkey
is working to change that reputation.
>> It is a far cry from "midnight express," the film that
portrayed horrific conditions in a Turkish jail. And this newly
revamped real-life prison, inmates are busy now, the time one of
two facilities overhauled with funds from the e.U., This prison
is part of a project to modernise and reform the system here.
Staff have been trained, too, in international standards of
>> Turkish prisons do Mott have a very, very good reputation
sometimes, but what I can say is that aftorked on that project,
I can say that a lot is being achieved.
>> Human rights groups agree this project is a success. They
now want turkey to turn its attention to conditions in
high-security jails. This left-wing lawyer was on hunger strike
for almost ten months to protest against conditions there.
Almost 70 activists like him have starved themselves to death
demanding an end to what they call an end to the damaging
isolation of inmates. Prison officials argue it's for security.
European consultants say prisoners spend too little time outside
their selves, but staff claim discipline their problems have
already dropped since the revamp. There are more of 300
prisoning a revamp here. Only then will turkey finally throw off
its "midnight express" image for good. Sarah rainsford, bbc
>> This is bbc world. Let me remind you of the main news.
Australia's only Guantanamo bay detainee, that's David Hicks,
pleads guilty to supporting terrorism at a U.S. Military
tribunal. Burma's military leaders give us a rare glimpse of
their new capital, naypyidaw. Now, in just under an hour's time,
a service will be held at Westminster abbey in London to mark
the 200th ab -- anniversary to abolish the trafficking of
slaves. It will include a sermon by the head of the church of
England, archbishop of Canterbury, which benefitted from
slavery. Ghana was a major port for the slave trade. We're at
cape coast on the west coast of Ghana and joins us now. If ever
you needed a reminder, you've got it there, haven't you?
>> This is a very stark reminder of the horrors of the slave
trade in the 1700s at the height of the slave trade, many, many
Ghanaians were brought through this castle. This was really the
headquarters of the British side of the slave trade. There are
dungeons below me. I had a walk around one of them. Very, very
dark. Hardly any lighted coming in at all. Up to 1,500 slaves
would be kept in these dark dub johns at any one time and kept
perhaps for weeks or months. They were taking out through what's
known as the door of nolarwn a tunnel and taken out to the large
slave ships which were moored off the coast here. To even get to
this slave port, the your any was sometimes weeks or months of
walking and some report that as many as half the shaves captured
inland died on the way even reaching here.
>> A brutal trade certainly. A lot of talk about the need for
apologies, for reparations, as well, and the church of England
has to deal with that is. That something being pursued from
>> Not on any great level, no. There has been some call for
reparation, but really the Ghanaian view is it's 200 years
later. We'd like help with trade and human resources to build
the country, but the apology has been welcomed, the apologies
that have come. The people are not hankering for this full
apology which has caused controversy elsewhere in the world.
Ghanaians are looking to move only.