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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Bob Doughty in Washington.

[1] Election officials in Pakistan say parliamentary elections will be delayed until February 18th. The officials said they agreed to the delay because of violence that followed the murder of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto. They said voter lists were destroyed when many of election commission offices were burned in the violence. Chief Election Commissioner Qazi Mohammad Farooq appealed to all political parties to accept the decision. Ms. Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party says it will take part in the elections but condemned the delay. The party of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also says it will take part in the vote. President Pervez Musharraf was to speak to Pakistanis at this hour.

[2] In other news, Pakistani officials say troops have killed at least 25 militants in fighting near the border with Afghanistan. A military spokesman says the clashes began late Tuesday after the kidnapping of 4 Pakistani militia soldiers in South Waziristan. The soldiers reportedly had been moving on foot to their base when they were kidnapped near the Afghan border. Pakistani security forces launched artillery at suspected militant positions to answer the kidnapping. No soldiers were killed in the fighting.

[3] The head of the African Union is to travel to Kenya Wednesday in an effort to negotiate an end to recent violence there. More than 300 people have been killed since the Kenyan elections last week. The visit by Ghanaian President John Kufuor comes one day after 30 people died when a mob set fire to a Christian religious center. The victims had fled to the building for safety from violence in Kenya's Rift Valley. The area is home to President Mwai Kibaki's Kikuyu tribe. Tribe members have repeatedly clashed with the tribe of opposition leader Raila Odinga since the election results were announced.

[4] Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least 10 people and wounded about 20 others in the town of Baquba. Police said the bomb exploded at a security position operated by a volunteer group that opposes al-Qaeda. Several security volunteers were among the dead. Most of the volunteers are Sunni Arabs who are paid and armed by the United States military to protect their neighborhoods. In other news, officials say the number of deaths from a suicide bombing in Baghdad Tuesday has risen to 34. That bomb exploded at an event for people mourning the death of a retired Iraqi officer. He died in a bombing last week.

[5] Syria says it is suspending contacts with France on Lebanon's political crisis. The announcement comes days after France made a similar move against Syria. Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem said that his government has suspended working with France to end the crisis in Lebanon. On Sunday, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said his government was cutting efforts with Syria until he has evidence that it is willing to let Lebanon choose its president by agreement. Last week the Lebanese parliament postponed the presidential vote for the 11th time.

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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Bob Doughty in Washington.

[1] Election officials in Pakistan say parliamentary elections will be delayed until February 18th. The officials said they agreed to the delay because of violence that followed the murder of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto. They said voter lists were destroyed when many of election commission offices were burned in the violence. Chief Election Commissioner Qazi Mohammad Farooq appealed to all political parties to accept the decision. Mr. Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party says it will take part in the elections but condemned the delay. The party of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also says it will take part in the vote. President Pervez Musharraf was to speak to Pakistanis at this hour.

[2] In other news, Pakistani officials say troops have killed at least 25 militants in fighting near the border with Afghanistan. A military spokesman says the clashes began late Tuesday after the kidnapping of four Pakistani militia soldiers in South Waziristan. The soldiers reportedly had been moving on foot to their base when they were kidnapped near the Afghan border. Pakistani security forces launched artillery at suspected militant positions to answer the kidnapping. No soldiers were killed in the fighting.

[3] The head of the African Union is to travel to Kenya Wednesday in an effort to negotiate an end to recent violence there. More than 300 people have been killed since the Kenyan elections last week. The visit by Ghanaian President John Kufuor comes one day after 30 people died when a mob set fire to a Christian religious center. The victims had fled to the building for safety from violence in Kenya's Rift Valley. The area is home to President Mwai Kibaki's Kikuyu tribe. Tribe members have repeatedly clashed with the tribe of opposition leader Raila Odinga since the election results were announced.

[4] Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least ten people and wounded about 20 others in the town of Baquba. Police said the bomb exploded at a security position operated by a volunteer group that opposes al-Qaeda. Several security volunteers were among the dead. Most of the volunteers are Sunni Arabs who are paid and armed by the United States military to protect their neighborhoods. In other news officials say the number of deaths from a suicide bombing in Baghdad Tuesday has risen to 34. That bomb exploded at an event for people mourning the death of a retired Iraqi officer. He died in a bombing last week.

[5] Syria says it is suspending contacts with France on Lebanon's political crisis. The announcement comes days after France made a similar move against Syria. Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem said that his government has suspended working with France to end the crisis in Lebanon. On Sunday French President Nicolas Sarkozy said his government was cutting efforts with Syria until he has evidence that it is willing to let Lebanon choose its president by agreement. Last week the Lebanese parliament postponed a presidential vote for the 11th time.

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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I’m Bob Doughty in Washington.

1. Election officials in Pakistan say parliamentary elections will be delayed until February 18th. The officials said they agree to the delay because of violence that followed the murder of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto. They said voter lists were destroyed when many of election commission offices were burned in the violence. Chief election commissioner // appealed to all political party to except the decision. Ms. Bhutto’s Pakistan People’s Party says they will take part in the elections what can dammed the delay. The party of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also says it will take part in the vote. President Pervez Musharraf was to speak to Pakistani as this hour.

2. In other news, Pakistani officials say troops have killed at least 25 militants in fighting near the border with Afghanistan. A military spokesman says the clashes began late Tuesday after the kidnapping of four Pakistani / soldiers in south /. The soldiers reportedly had been moving on foot to their base when they were kidnapped near the Afghan border. Pakistan security forces launched are / as they as suspected militants positions to answer the kidnapping. No soldiers were killed in the fighting.

3. The head of the African Union is to travel to Kenya Wednesday in an effort to negotiate and end to recent violence there. More than 300 people had been killed since the Kenyan elections last week. The visit by Kenyan President // comes one day after 30 people died when a / set fire to a Christian religious centre. The victims have fled to the building for the safety from violence in Kenya’s / Valley. The area is home to President Mwai Kibaki’s /Tribe. Tribe members have repeatedly clashed with the tribe of opposition leader Raila Odinga since results were announced.

4. Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least 10 people and wounded about 20 others in the towns of /. Police said the bomb exploded at a security position operated by a volunteer group that opposes al-Qaeda. Several security volunteers were among the dead. Most of the volunteers are Sunni / who are paid and armed by the United States military to protect their neighborhoods.

5. In other news, officials say the number of death / a suicide bombing in Baghdad Tuesday has risen to 34. That bomb exploded at / for people morning the death of a retired Iraqi officer. He died in a bombing last week.

6. Serious as it is suspending contacts with France on / political crisis. The announcement comes days after France made a similar move against /. / former minister // said that is government suspended working with France to end the crisis in /. On Sunday, French President // said his government was cutting efforts with / until he has evidence that is willing to lead / choose its president by agreement. Last week, the / parliament postponed presidential vote for the eleventh time.

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1. Election officials in Pakistan say Parliamentary elections will be delayed until February 18th. The officials said they agreed to the delay because of the violence that followed the murder of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto. They said voter lists were destroyed when many of the election commission offices were burned in the violence. Chief Election Commissioner Qazi Muhammed Farooq appealed to all political parties to accept the decision. Ms Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party says it will take part in the elections but condemned the delay. The party of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also says it will take part in the vote. President Pervez Musharraf was to speak to Pakistanis at this hour.

2. In other news Pakistani officials say troops have killed at least 25 militants in fighting near the border with Afghanistan. A military spokesman says the clashes began late Tuesday after the kidnapping of 4 Pakistani militia's soldiers in South Waziristan. Soldiers reportedly had been moving on foot to their base when there were kidnappers near the Afghan border. Pakistani security forces launched artillery at the suspected militant positions to answer the kidnapping. No soldiers were killed in the fighting.

3. The head of the African Union is to travel to Kenya Wednesday in an effort to negotiate an end to the recent violence there. More than 300 people have been killed since the Kenyan elections last week. The visit by Guinean President John Kufuor comes one day after 30 people died when a mob set fire to a Christian religious center. The victims had fled to the building for safety from violence in Kenya's Rift Valley, the area is home to President E Mwai Kibaki's Kikuyu Tribe. Tribe members have repeatedly clashed with the tribe of opposition leader Raila Odinga since the election results were announced.

4. Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least 10 people and wounded about 20 others in the town of Baquba . Police said the bomb exploded at a security position operated by a volunteer group that opposes al-Qaeda. Severa security volunteers were among the dead. Most of the volunteers are Sunni Arabs who are paid and armed by the United States military to protect their neghbourhoods. In another news officials say the number of the death from a suicide bombing in Baghdad Tuesday has risen to 34. That bomb exploded at the event for people mourning the death of a retired Iraqi officer. He died in a bombing last week.

5. Syria says it is suspending contacts with France on Lebanon's political crisis . The announcement comes days after France made a similar move against Syria. Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem said that the government has suspended working with France to end the crisis in Lebanon. On Sunday French President Nicolas Sarkozy said his government was cutting efforts with Syria until he has evidence that it is willing to let Lebnon choose its president by agreement. Last week the Lebanese parliament postponed presidential vote for the 11th time.
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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Bob Doughty in Washington.

[1] Election officials in Pakistan say parliamentary elections will be delayed until February 18th. The officials said they agreed to the delay because of violence that followed the murder of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto. They said voter lists were destroyed when many of election commission offices were burned in the violence. Chief Election Commissioner Qazi Mohammad Farooq appealed to all political parties to accept the decision. Ms. Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party says it will take part in the elections but condemned the delay. The party of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also says it will take part in the vote. President Pervez Musharraf was to speak to Pakistanis at this hour.

[2] In other news, Pakistani officials say troops have killed at least 25 militants in fighting near the border with Afghanistan. A military spokesman says the clashes began late Tuesday after the kidnapping of four Pakistani militia soldiers in South Waziristan. The soldiers reportedly had been moving on foot to their base when they were kidnapped near the Afghan border. Pakistani security forces launched artillery at suspected militant positions to answer the kidnapping. No soldiers were killed in the fighting.

[3] The head of the African Union is to travel to Kenya Wednesday in an effort to negotiate an end to recent violence there. More than 300 people have been killed since the Kenyan elections last week. The visit by Ghanaian President John Kufuor comes one day after 30 people died when a mob set fire to a Christian religious center. The victims had fled to the building for safety from violence in Kenya's Rift Valley. The area is home to President Mwai Kibaki's Kikuyu tribe. Tribe members have repeatedly clashed with the tribe of opposition leader Raila Odinga since the election results were announced.

[4] Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least 10 people and wounded about 20 others in the town of Baquba. Police said the bomb exploded at a security position operated by a volunteer group that opposes al-Qaeda. Several security volunteers were among the dead. Most of the volunteers are Sunni Arabs who are paid and armed by the United States military to protect their neighborhoods. In other news officials say the number of deaths from a suicide bombing in Baghdad Tuesday has risen to 34. That bomb exploded at an event for people mourning the death of a retired Iraqi officer. He died in a bombing last week.

[5] Syria says it is suspending contacts with France on Lebanon's political crisis. The announcement comes days after France made a similar move against Syria. Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem said that his government has suspended working with France to end the crisis in Lebanon. On Sunday French President Nicolas Sarkozy said his government was cutting efforts with Syria until he has evidence that it is willing to let Lebanon choose its president by agreement. Last week the Lebanese parliament postponed a presidential vote for the 11th time.

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it is 15:30 universal time,i'm B.D. in washington.

election officals in Pakistan say,parliamental election will be delayed until February 18,the offical said,they agreed the delay because of the violence that followed the murder opposition leader Bazeir Bhtoo,they said vote lists were destroyed when many of election commission officals were burdened in the violence,chief election commissioner C. appealed to all political parties to accept the decision,Mr. Bhtoo's pakistan people's party says it will take part in the election but condemned the delay.the party of former prime minister N. also says it will take part in the vote,president Pervez MUSHARRAF was to speak to pakistani this hour.

in another news,pakistani officals say, troops have killed at least 25 militants in the fighting near the border with Afghanistan,a military spokeman says,the crashes began late tuesday,after the kidkapping of 4 militia soldiers in South / ,soldiers were reportedly moving on foot to their base,when the kidnaps near the Afghan border,Pakistan security forces launched artillery at suspected militant positions to answer the kidnapping.no soldiers were killed in the fighting.

the head of african union was to travel to Kenya wednesday, in an effort to negotiate an end to the recent violence there,more than 300 people were killed since the Kenyan election last week,the visit by Guinean president J. one day after 36 people died,when a mob setted fire to a christan religion center,the victim had flied to the building for the safety,from violence in kenya's rift valley, the area is home to president E. tribe,tribe members have repeated clash with the tribe opposition leader R. since the election results were announced.

iraqi police say,a suicide bomb has killed at least 10 people and wounded about 20 others,in the town of B.,police said,the bomb exploded at a security position,operated by a volunteer group opposed al-qaeda,several security volunteers were among the dead,most of the volunteers are /,who were paid and armed by the united states military to protect their neighborhoods.

another news,officals say the number of the death from the suicide bombing in Baghdad tuesday has risen to 34,that bomb exploded at an event for people mourning the death of a retired iraqi officer,he died in a bombing last week.

Syria says it is suspending contest with friends on Lebanon political cirsis,the announcement comes days after friends made a similar move againest Syria,Syrian foreign minister W. said,that was goverment suspended working with friends to end the cirsis in Lebanon,on sunday,french president Nicolas Sakozy said his government was cutting efforts to Syria until he has evidence that it is willing to let Lebanon chooses its president by an agreement.last week ,the Lebanon's parliament posted polls presidental vote for 11th time.

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It is 1530 Universal Time. I'm Bob Doughty in Washington.

Election officials in Pakistan say parliamentary elections will be delayed until February 18th. / said they agreed to the delay because of the violence that follow the leader of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto. They said the voter lists were destroyed when many of the election commission officers were burned in the violence. Chief Election Commissioner Qazi Mohammad Farooq appeal to all political parties to accept the decision. Ms. Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party says it will take part in the elections but condemned the delay. The party of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also says it will take part in the vote. President Pervez Musharraf was to speak to Pakistani at this hour.

In other news, Pakistani officials say troops have killed at least 25 militants in fighting near the border with Afghanistan. A military spokesman says the clashes began late Tuesday after the kidnapping of four Pakistani / soldiers in South Waziristan. The soldiers reportedly have been moving on foot to their base when they were kidnaps near the Afghan border. Pakistani security forces launched a / at suspected militant positions to answer the kidnapping. No soldiers were killed in the fighting.

The Head of the African Union is to travel to Kenya Wednesday in an effort to negotiate an end to recent violence there. More than 300 people have been killed since the Kenyan election last week. The visit by Ghanaian President John Kufuor comes one day after 30 people died when a mob set fire to a Christian religion center. The victims have fled to the building for safety from violence in / Rift Valley. The area is home to President Mwai Kibaki /. Tribe members have repeatedly clashed with the tribe of the opposition leader Raila Odinga since the election results were announced.

Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least 10 people and wounded about 20 others in the town of Baquba. Police said the bomb exploded at a security position operated by a volunteer group that opposes Al-Qaeda. Several security volunteers were among the dead. Most of the volunteers are / who are paid and armed by the United States military to protect their neighborhoods. In other news officials say the number of death from a suicide bombing in Baghdad Tuesday has raisin to 34. That bomb exploded at an event for people mourning the death of a retired Iraqi officer. He died in a bombing last week.

Syria says it is suspending contracts with French on Lebanon's political crisis. The announcement comes days after France made a similar move against Syria. Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem said that his government has suspended working with France to end the crisis in Lebanon. On Sunday, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said his government was cutting efforts with Syria until he has evidence that it is willing let Lebanon choose its president by agreements. Last week, the Lebanese parliament postponed the presidential vote for the 11th of time.

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It is 15:30 universal time. I’m Bob Doughty in Washington.

Election officials in Pakistan say, parliamentary election will be delayed until February 18. Officials said they agree to the delay because of the violence that followed the murder of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto.

They said vote * were destroyed when many of commission offices were burned in the violence.

Chief election commissioner Qazi Muhammad Farooq appealed to all political parties to accept the decision. Ms. Bhutto’s Pakistan People Party said they will take part in the election and condemned the delay.

The party of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also said that they will take part in the vote. President Nawaz Sharif was to speak to Pakistani at this hour.

In other news, Pakistani officials say troops have killed at 25 militants in fighting near the border with Afghanistan. A military spokesman says the crash began late Tuesday after the kidnapping of four Pakistani Mulish soldiers in south *.

The soldiers reportedly as they moving on foot to their base when they were kidnapped near the Afghanistan border. Pakistani security forces * as the suspected militant positions to answer the kidnapping. No soldiers were killed in the fighting.

The head of the African Union is to travel to Kenia Wednesday in an effort to negotiate an end to recent violence there. More than 300 people have been killed since the Kenia election last week.

The visit by * president * comes one day after 30 people died when a mask that fires two Christian religious centers. The victims has * to the building for safety from violence in Kenia risk rally.

The area is homeland to president * tribe. Tribe members have repeatedly crushed with the tribe of opposition leader * since the election results were announced.

Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least ten people and wounded about twenty others in the town of *.

Police said the bomb exploded at a security position operated by a volunteer group that opposite to *. Several security volunteers were among the dead.

All these volunteers are Shuni Arabs who are paid and armed by the United States to protect their neighborhood.

In other news, officials say the number of death in the suicide bombing at Baghdad Tuesday has risen to 34. That bomb exploded at an event for people mourning the death of a retired Iraqi officer. He died in a bombing last week.

Syria says it is suspending contact with France on Lebanon political crisis. An announcement comes days after France made a similar roof against Syria.

Syria foreign minister *said that his government has expended working with France to end crisis in Lebanon.

On Sunday, French president * said his government was cutting effort with Syria until he has evidence that it is willing to let Lebanon to choose their president by agreement.

Last week, the Lebanese parliament postpones the presidential vote for the 11th time.




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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Bob Doughty in Washington.

[1] Election officials in Pakistan say parliamentary elections will be delayed until February 18th. The officials said they agreed to the delay because of violence that followed the murder of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto. They said voter lists were destroyed when many of election commission offices were burned in the violence. Chief Election Commissioner Qazi Mohammad Farooq appealed to all political parties to accept the decision. Ms. Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party says it will take part in the elections but condemned the delay. The party of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also says it will take part in the vote. President Pervez Musharraf was to speak to Pakistanis at this hour.

[2] In other news, Pakistani officials say troops have killed at least 25 militants in fighting near the border with Afghanistan. A military spokesman says the clashes began late Tuesday after the kidnapping of 4 Pakistani militia soldiers in South Waziristan. The soldiers reportedly had been moving on foot to their base when they were kidnapped near the Afghan border. Pakistani security forces launched artillery at suspected militant positions to answer the kidnapping. No soldiers were killed in the fighting.

[3] The head of the African Union is to travel to Kenya Wednesday in an effort to negotiate an end to recent violence there. More than 300 people have been killed since the Kenyan elections last week. The visit by Ghanaian President John Kufuor comes one day after 30 people died when a mob set fire to a Christian religious center. The victims had fled to the building for safety from violence in Kenya's Rift Valley. The area is home to President Mwai Kibaki's Kikuyu tribe. Tribe members have repeatedly clashed with the tribe of opposition leader Raila Odinga since the election results were announced.

[4] Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least 10 people and wounded about 20 others in the town of Baquba. Police said the bomb exploded at a security position operated by a volunteer group that opposes al-Qaeda. Several security volunteers were among the dead. Most of the volunteers are Sunni Arabs who are paid and armed by the United States military to protect their neighborhoods. In other news, officials say the number of deaths from a suicide bombing in Baghdad Tuesday has risen to 34. That bomb exploded at an event for people mourning the death of a retired Iraqi officer. He died in a bombing last week.

[5] Syria says it is suspending contacts with France on Lebanon's political crisis. The announcement comes days after France made a similar move against Syria. Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem said that his government has suspended working with France to end the crisis in Lebanon. On Sunday, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said his government was cutting efforts with Syria until he has evidence that it is willing to let Lebanon choose its president by agreement. Last week the Lebanese parliament postponed the presidential vote for the 11th time.

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It's 15:30 Universal Time. I'm B.D in Washington.

1. Election officials in Pakistan say parliamentary election will be delayed until Febrary 18th. The offcial said they agreed to the delay because of violence that followed the murder of opposition leader B. They said vote lists were destroyed when many of election commission offices were burned in the violence. Chief election commissioner G appealled to all political parties to accept the decision. M Pakistan People's Party says they will take part in the elections what C they delay. The party of former prime minister N also says he will take part in the vote. President P.M. was to speak to Pakistanies at these hour.

2. In another news, Pakistani officials say troops have killed at least 25 militants in fighting near the border with Afghanistan. A military spokesman says the clashes began late Tuesday after the kidnapping of 4 Pakistani Muslem soldieres in south M. These soldieres is reportedly have been moving on foot to their base when they were kidnapped near the Afghan border. Pakistani security forces launched artillery acts suspected militant positions to answer the kidnapping. No soldiers was killed in the fighting.

3. The head of the African Union is to travel to Kenya Wednesday in an effort to negotiate and unto recent violence their. More than 300 people have been killed since the Kenya election held last week. The visit by G president J comes one day after 30 people died one of them set fire to A religion center. The victims had fled to the building for safety from violence in Kenya's R valley. The area is home to president K. Trival members have repeatedly clashed with they trive of opposition leader R since the eleciton results were announced.

4. Iraqi police say a suiside bomb has killed at least 10 people and wounded about 20 others in the town of B. Police said the bomb exploded at a security position operated by a volunteer group that posise O. Several security volunteers were among the dead. Most of the volunteers are Sunni Arabs who are paid and armed by the United States military to protect their neighbourhoods.Another news, official says the number of death from a suiside bombing in Baghdad Tuesday has raisen to 34. That bomb exploided at a vat for people mourning the death of a retired Iraqi officer. He died in a bombing last week.

5. Syria says it is suspending contact with France on Lebanon political crisis. An announce comes day after France made a similar move against Syria. Syria minister M said that his government has suspended working with France to end the crisis in Lebanon. On Sunday France president N said his government was cutting efforts with Syria until he has evidence that his willing to let Lebanon choose its president by agreement. Last week the lebanese parliament postphone the presidential vote for the 11th time.

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[1] Election officials in P.S say parliamentary elections will be delayed until February 18th. The official said they agree to the delay because of the violence that followed the murder of the opposition leader BM. They said voter lists were destroyed when many of election officers were burned in the violence. Chief violence commisoner MM appealed to all political parties to accept the decision. M.r PT P.S party says it will take part in the elections but condemned the delay. The party of former prime minister NV also says it will take part in the devote. President MM was to speak at this hour.
[2]In other news, P.S officials say troops has killed at least 25 militants in fighting near the border with AF. A military spokesman says the clashes began late Tuesday after the kitnap of 4 P.S police soldiers in south MS. The soldiers’ reportedly at the moving on foot to their base when the kitnaps near the AF border. P.S security forces launched artily at spent positions to answer the kidnapping. No soldiers were killed in the fighting.
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[1] Election officials in Pakistan say parliamentary elections will be delayed until February 18th. The officials said they agreed to the delay because of violence that followed the murder of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto. They said voter lists were destroyed when many of election commission offices were burned in the violence. Chief election commissioner Qazi Mohammad Farooq appealed to all political parties to except the decision. Mr. Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party says it will take part in the elections what can dammed the delay. The party of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also says it will take part in the vote. President Pervez Musharraf was to speak to Pakistanis at this hour.

[2] In other news, Pakistani officials say troops have killed at least 25 militants in fighting near the border with Afghanistan. A military spokesman says the clashes began late Tuesday after the kidnapping of four Pakistani militia soldiers in South Waziristan. The soldiers reportedly had been moving on foot to their base when they were kidnapped near the Afghan border. Pakistani security forces launched artillery at suspected militant positions to answer the kidnapping. No soldiers were killed in their fighting.

[3] The head of the African Union is to travel to Kenya Wednesday in an effort to negotiate and aim to recent violence stare. More than 300 people had been killed since the Kenyan elections last week. The visit by / President / comes one day after 30 people died when a / at fire to Christian religious center. The victims had fled to the building for safety from violence in Kenya's rift valley. The area is home to President Mwai Kibaki's tribe. Tribe members have repeatedly clashed with the tribe of opposition leader Raila Odinga since the election results were announced.

[4] Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least ten people and wounded about 20 others in the town of Baquba. Police said the bomb exploded at a security position operated by a volunteer group that opposes al-Qaeda. Several security volunteers were among the dead. Most of the volunteers are Sunni Arabs who are paid and armed by the United States military to protect their neighborhoods. In other news, officials say the number of deaths from a suicide bombing in Baghdad Tuesday has risen to 34. That bomb exploded at an event for people mourning the death of a retired Iraqi officer. He died in a bombing last week.

[5] Syria says it is suspending contacts with France on Lebanon's political crisis. The announcement comes days after France made a similar move against Syria. Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem said that is government has suspended working with France to end the crisis in Lebanon. On Sunday, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said his government was cutting efforts with Syria until he has evidence that it is willing to led Lebanon choose its president by agreement. Last week, the Lebanese parliament postponed the presidential vote for the 11th time.

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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Bob Doughty in Washington.

[1] Election officials in Pakistan say parliamentary elections will be delayed until February 18th. The officials said they agreed to the delay because of violence that followed the murder of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto. They said voter lists were destroyed when many of election commission offices were burned in the violence. Chief election commissioner Qazi Mohammad Farooq appealed to all political parties to except the decision. Mr. Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party says it will take part in the elections what can dammed the delay. The party of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also says it will take part in the vote. President Pervez Musharraf was to speak to Pakistanis at this hour.

[2] In other news, Pakistani officials say troops have killed at least 25 militants in fighting near the border with Afghanistan. A military spokesman says the clashes began late Tuesday after the kidnapping of four Pakistani militia soldiers in South Waziristan. The soldiers reportedly had been moving on foot to their base when they were kidnapped near the Afghan border. Pakistani security forces launched artillery at suspected militant positions to answer the kidnapping. No soldiers were killed in their fighting.

[3] The head of the African Union is to travel to Kenya Wednesday in an effort to negotiate and aim to recent violence stare. More than 300 people had been killed since the Kenyan elections last week. The visit by / President / comes one day after 30 people died when a / at fire to Christian religious center. The victims had fled to the building for safety from violence in Kenya's rift valley. The area is home to President Mwai Kibaki's tribe. Tribe members have repeatedly clashed with the tribe of opposition leader Raila Odinga since the election results were announced.

[4] Iraqi police say a suicide bomber has killed at least ten people and wounded about 20 others in the town of Baquba. Police said the bomb exploded at a security position operated by a volunteer group that opposes al-Qaeda. Several security volunteers were among the dead. Most of the volunteers are Sunni Arabs who are paid and armed by the United States military to protect their neighborhoods. In other news, officials say the number of deaths from a suicide bombing in Baghdad Tuesday has risen to 34. That bomb exploded at an event for people mourning the death of a retired Iraqi officer. He died in a bombing last week.

[5] Syria says it is suspending contacts with France on Lebanon's political crisis. The announcement comes days after France made a similar move against Syria. Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem said that is government has suspended working with France to end the crisis in Lebanon. On Sunday, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said his government was cutting efforts with Syria until he has evidence that it is willing to led Lebanon choose its president by agreement. Last week, the Lebanese parliament postponed the presidential vote for the 11th time.

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