Watch the new series of 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown every Friday at 9pm on Channel 4 Dr John Cooper Clarke encourages the teams to write their own poems... Joe Wilkinson's poem has everyone in stitches. Watch the full episode on All 4: https://goo.gl/dNM8NJ #CatsCountdown #JoeWilkinson #8OutOf10Cats #CryLaughing #8oo10cdc #Channel4 #Trending
Watch the new series of 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown every Friday at 9pm on Channel 4 Joe Lycett discusses his place in lad culture, and Jon Richardson has a plan to communcate with the dead via a ouija board. Watch the series here: http://www.channel4.com/programmes/8-out-of-10-cats-does-countdown
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1. SOUNDBITE (English) Margaret Beckett, British Foreign Secretary "As you know it is 13 days since five staff and family members from the British embassy in Addis Ababa were abducted in northern Ethiopia. I am delighted to be able to tell you that all five were released earlier today to the Eritrean authorities and have just arrived in the care of our embassy in Asmara. We have informed the families of all five, they were of course very relieved to hear the news and are looking forward to being reunited. The five are being fed and given fresh clean clothes, they are seeing a doctor and medical checks are continuing, but I understand that broadly they are all in good health. We continue I'm afraid to be concerned for the welfare of the Ethiopians who were taken at the same time as the British Embassy group about whom we don't yet have such clear news. British officials in Addis Ababa, Asmara, London and elsewhere have worked tirelessly since the five went missing and I would like to extend my personal thanks to our Ambassadors in Addis Ababa, Bob Dewar, and Asmara, Nick Astbury and their staff as well to officials in London and at the department of International Development for the outstanding work that their teams have put in to help secure the release of the five. We've had also exceptional assistance from Prime Minister Meles (Zenawi) of Ethiopia and President Isaias (Afwerki) of Eritrea, as well as others in the region and I thank all of them for their efforts. We do expect the group to issue their own statement later, but I'd like to take this opportunity of asking the media to respect their privacy, and that of their families, so that they can be reunited and recover from the stresses of the last 13 days." STORYLINE: Five Europeans who were abducted in Ethiopia almost two weeks ago have been released and are in good health, the British government said on Tuesday. Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett said the three British men, an Anglo-Italian and a French woman, all British diplomats or their relatives, were released earlier on Tuesday in Eritrea and had been taken to the British embassy in Asmara, the Eritrean capital. British officials on Tuesday lifted a reporting restriction on identifying the five. They are Peter Rudge, first secretary of the British embassy; embassy worker Jonathan Ireland; Malcolm Smart and Laure Beaufils of the Department for International Development; and Rosanna Moore, whose husband Michael Moore heads the British Council's Ethiopia office. Beckett said officials "continue to be concerned for the welfare" of a group of Ethiopians abducted at the same time. The hostages were on a tourist trip to the remote Afar region of northeastern Ethiopia when they were seized at gunpoint along with 13 Ethiopians. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9a09bcbde4f6a435d27b63d1959fa694 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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