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  This is the BBC news. Hello, i'm Nick Kelly.

  A donor conference for Syria, at which $9 billion of aid is being sought, opens in London today one day after UN-sponsored talks aimed at ending the Syrian civil war was broke down.

  Britain has announced that it would provide $1.75 billion to be spent in Syria and neighboring countries, James Robbins has the details.

  The need to raise billions of pounds for Syrians forced to flee their homes could hardly be more acute. But the planning for many years to come , is a sign that few expect any early end to a war about to enter its 6th year.

  David Cameron says he's setting a good example to dozens of other countries which will be urged to pledge money throughout a day long conference in Westminister. Much will be spent on long term rehousing, schooling, employment for refugees who remain in neighboring countries.

  More than 2000 police officials will be on duty today in the German city of Cologne during its annual carnival celebrations. It's the first major public event there since new year, when scores of women were sextually assaulted and robbed in attacks largely blamed on migrants.

  The Wiki-Leaks founder Julian Assange says he will leave the Education embassy in London and accept arrest if a United Nation panel dismisses his compaint against Britain. Mr. Assange says the Geneva-based UN working group on arbitrary detention will publish its decision on his case on Friday. Jane Francis Kelly reports.

  Julian Assange has not been charged with any offence, but he has been sought for questioning in Swedan in relation to sextual assault allegations made against him by two women. He has denied any wrongdoing, and has been living at the Education embassy since June, 2012, after being granted asylum by its government. He claims the allegations are part of an attempt to have him extradicted to the US over the leaking on the Internet of sensitive diplomatic cables. He had said in aTwitt that if he loses the case against the UK and Sweden, he will leave the embassy at 12 noon on Friday, and hand him over to the British police. Jane Francis Kelly.

  Greek Trade Unions are staging a 24 hour general strlke on Thursday in protest of planned reforms of the countries pension and socail security system. Nick S. reports from Athens.

  Organizers from public and private sector trade unions hope this will be one of the biggest strikes of recent times in Greece. Public transport, ferries and even taxi drivers are due to stop work in most cases for 24 hours, but in some for 48. Most schools, are expected to stay closed, and hospitals will only provide emergency services. Newspapers struck on Wednesday, but return to work today to report on the strike. The leftist government of prime minister Alexis Tsiprus said it has no choice but to push ahead with the unpopular pension reform. World news from the BBC.

  The president of China Xi Jinping has called for faster economic and military reform. Speaking ahead of lunar new year, Mr. Xi said inefficient factories should be closed, and investment shoule be directly towards new greener industries. He added that greater emphasis be placed on innovation and developing the service economy.

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