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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Republican US Senator John McCain won his party's most important presidential nominating contests on the day known as Super Tuesday, while Democratic Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama each scored key wins, but no definitive victory. McCain beat his Republican rivals in nine states, including three of the nation's most populous, California, New York and Illinois. He now has more than half the delegate votes needed to win his party nomination for president. 'We've won a number of important victories in the closest thing we've ever had to a national primary. We've won primaries in the West, the South, the Midwest and the Northeast. I think we must get used to the idea that we are the Republican Party frontrunner for the nomination.' Meanwhile, Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama traded victories in the Democratic Party race. However, neither emerged as a clear frontrunner. Senator Clinton won the three states that offered the most delegates, California, New York and Massachusetts. 'After seven years of a president who listens only to the special interests, you're ready for a president who brings your voice, your values and your dreams to your White House.' said Senator Hillary Clinton. Senator Obama won more states than she did, but not as many delegates. 'Our time has come. Our movement is real. And change is coming to America.' said Senator Barack Obama.

We turn our attention now to Chad where the French defense minister is there for a meeting with the beleaguered President Idriss Deby, whose government has been holding off rebels threatening to take the capital. France has promised to come to the aid of its former colony. However, the defense minister Tuesday said that France's military agreement with Chad is limited to logistical, medical and training support. Chad's capital N'jamena is calm today with most businesses closed. However, a few shops have reopened.

A Pakistani army helicopter has crashed in South Waziristan, killing 8 people including a general. Pakistani army spokesman Major-General Athar Abbas said the crash today was an accident, apparently caused by a technical problem. He said the crash killed Major General Javed Sultan, the commanding officer of the Kohat garrison in South Waziristan. The accident took place in Pakistan's tribal region near the border with Afghanistan. No other details were immediately available.

Kenya's opposition is renewing threats to protest a meeting of East African foreign ministers they say would legitimize President Mwai Kibaki's government. The opposition led by Raila Odinga says it should have been consulted about that meeting. A Kenyan Foreign Ministry representative says some of the ministers arrived in Nairobi today for Thursday's meeting of the seven-member Inter-Governmental Authority on Development. Meanwhile, relief officials say the humanitarian toll in Kenya continues to rise and are calling for speedy solution. VOA's Scott Bobb reports.

Relief officials appeal to political leaders to stabilize security throughout Kenya as the number of people fleeing violence in some parts of the country continued to rise. A Kenya Red Cross spokesman Tony Mwangi says this is aggravating the humanitarian crisis. 'There are a number of areas that require immediate assistance in form of food as well as shelter for freshly displaced people and this is mostly in the western region of the country and a bit of the Rift Valley.' Nearly 100 people have been killed in the violence in the past several days, mostly in western Kenya. The Red Cross says as a result the death toll has risen to about 1,000 and the number of homeless has grown to more than 300,000. Mwangi said his organization has provided some assistance to most of the displaced in the country but not enough. He said security was an essential condition for the efficient distribution of aid. Scott Bobb, VOA News, Nairobi.

Tornadoes and storms tore across five southern US states Tuesday, killing at least 45 people. At least 24 people died in Tennessee, including five outside the city of Nashville. The twisters killed at least 13 in the state of Arkansas. At least 7 are dead in Kentucky. One person is confirmed dead in Alabama. The storms also destroyed warehouses in the state of Mississippi. Tornadoes, wind damage and hail also were reported in the states of Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri.

More details at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Republican US Senator John McCain won his party's most important presidential nominating contests on a day known as Super Tuesday, while Democratic Senator Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama each scored key wins, but no defeated to victory. McCain beat his Republican rivals in nine states, including three of the nations most populous, California, New York and Illinois. He now has more than half the delegate votes needed to win his party nomination for president. "We won a number of important victories in the closest thing we've ever had to a national primary. We won primaries in the west, the south, the midwest and the northeast. I think we must get used to the idea that we are the Republican Party frontrunner for the nomination." Meanwhile, Senator Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama traded victories in the Democratic Party race. However, neither emerged as a clear frontrunner. Senator Clinton won the three states that offered the most delegates, California, New York and Massachusetts. "After seven years of a president who listens only to the special interests, you’re ready for a president who brings your voice, your values and your dreams to your White House." said Senator Hillary Clinton. Senator Obama won more states than she did, but not as many delegates. "Our time has come. Our movement is real. And change is coming to America." said Senator Barack Obama.

We turn our attention now to Chad where the French defense minister is there for a meeting with the beleaguered President Idriss Deby, whose government has been holding off rebels threatening to take the capital. France has promised to come to aid its colony. However, the defense minister Tuesday said that France's military agreement with Chad is limited to logistical, medical and trading support. Chad's capital in N'jamena is calm today with most businesses closed. However, a few shops have reopened.

A Pakistani army helicopter has crashed in South Waziristan, killing 8 people including a general. Pakistani army spokesman Major-General Athar Abbas said the crash today was an accident, apparantly caused by a technical problem. He said the crash killed Major General Javed Sultan, the commanding officer of the Kohat garrison in South Waziristan. The accident took place in Pakistan's tribal region near the border with Afghanistan. No other details were immediately available.

Kenya's opposition is renewing threats to protest a meeting of East African foreign ministers they say will legitimate President Mwai Kibaki's government. The opposition led by Raila Odinga says it should have been consulted about that meeting. A Kenyan Foreign Ministry representative says some of the ministers arrived in Nairobi today for Thursday's meeting of the seven-member Inter-Governmental Authority on Development. Meanwhile, relief officials say the humanitarian toll in Kenya continues to rise and are calling for speedy solution. VOA's Scott Bobb reports.

Relief officials appealed to political leaders to stabilize security throughout Kenya as the number of people fleeing violence in some parts of the country continued to rise. A Kenyan Red Cross spokesman Tony Mwangi says this is aggravating the humanitarian crisis. "There are a number of areas that require immediate assistance in the form of food as well as shelter for freshly displaced people and this is mostly in the western region of the country and a bit of the Rift Valley." Nearly 100 people have been killed in the violence in the past several days, mostly in western Kenya. The Red Cross says as a result the death toll has risen to about 1,000 and the number of homeless has grown to more than 300,000. Mwangi said his organization has provided some assistance to most of the displaced in the country but not enough. He said security was an essential condition for the efficient distribution of aid. Scott Bobb, VOA News, Nairobi.

Tornadoes and storms toured across five southern US states Tuesday, killing at least 45 people. At least 24 people died in Tennessee, including five outside the city of Nashville. The twisters killed at least 13 in the state of Arkansas. At least 7 are dead in Kentucky. One person is confirmed dead in Alabama. The storms also destroyed warehouses in the state of Mississippi. Tornadoes, wind damage and hail also were reported in the states of Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri.

More details at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Republican US Senator John McCain won his party's most important presidential nominating contests on a day known as Super Tuesday, while Democratic Senator Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama each scored key wins, but no defeated to victory. McCain beat his Republican rivals in nine states, including three of the nations most populous, California, New York and Illinois. He now has more than half the delegate votes needed to win his party nomination for president. "We won a number of important victories in the closest thing we've ever had to a national primary. We won primaries in the west, the south, the midwest and the northeast. I think we must get used to the idea that we are the Republican Party frontrunner for the nomination." Meanwhile, Senator Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama traded victories in the Democratic Party race. However, neither emerged as a clear frontrunner. Senator Clinton won the three states that offered the most delegates, California, New York and Massachusetts. "After seven years of a president who listens only to the special interests, you’re ready for a president who brings your voice, your values and your dreams to your White House." said Senator Hillary Clinton. Senator Obama won more states than she did, but not as many delegates. "Our time has come. Our movement is real. And change is coming to America." said Senator Barack Obama.

We turn our attention now to Chad where the French defense minister is there for a meeting with the beleaguered President Idriss Deby, whose government has been holding off rebels threatening to take the capital. France has promised to come to aid its colony. However, the defense minister Tuesday said that France's military agreement with Chad is limited to logistical, medical and trading support. Chad's capital in N'jamena is calm today with most businesses closed. However, a few shops have reopened.

A Pakistani army helicopter has crashed in South Waziristan, killing 8 people including a general. Pakistani army spokesman Major-General Athar Abbas said the crash today was an accident, apparently caused by a technical problem. He said the crash killed Major General Javed Sultan, the commanding officer of the Kohat garrison in South Waziristan. The accident took place in Pakistan's tribal region near the border with Afghanistan. No other details were immediately available.

Kenya's opposition is renewing threats to protest a meeting of East African foreign ministers they say will legitimate President Mwai Kibaki's government. The opposition led by Raila Odinga says it should have been consulted about that meeting. A Kenyan Foreign Ministry representative says some of the ministers arrived in Nairobi today for Thursday's meeting of the seven-member Inter-Governmental Authority on Development. Meanwhile, relief officials say the humanitarian toll in Kenya continues to rise and are calling for speedy solution. VOA's Scott Bobb reports.

Relief officials appealed to political leaders to stabilize security throughout Kenya as the number of people fleeing violence in some parts of the country continued to rise. A Kenyan Red Cross spokesman Tony Mwangi says this is aggravating the humanitarian crisis. "There are a number of areas that require immediate assistance in the form of food as well as shelter for freshly displaced people and this is mostly in the western region of the country and a bit of the Rift Valley." Nearly 100 people have been killed in the violence in the past several days, mostly in western Kenya. The Red Cross says as a result the death toll has risen to about 1,000 and the number of homeless has grown to more than 300,000. Mwangi said his organization has provided some assistance to most of the displaced in the country but not enough. He said security was an essential condition for the efficient distribution of aid. Scott Bobb, VOA News, Nairobi.

Tornadoes and storms toured across five southern US states Tuesday, killing at least 45 people. At least 24 people died in Tennessee, including five outside the city of Nashville. The twisters killed at least 13 in the state of Arkansas. At least 7 are dead in Kentucky. One person is confirmed dead in Alabama. The storms also destroyed warehouses in the state of Mississippi. Tornadoes, wind damage and hail also were reported in the states of Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri.


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From the VOA news center In Washington, I am Frances Alonzo.

Republican US senator John McCain won his party's most important presidential naminating contest on a day known as Super Tuesday, while democratic senator Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama each scored key wins but no defeated to victory. McCain beat his republican rivals in nine states, including three of the nationa's most populous Californian, New York and Illinoise. He now has more than half the delegate votes needed to win his party namination for president."We won a number of important victories in the closest thing we have ever had to national primaries. We won primaries in the west, the south, the midwest and the northeast. I think we must get used to the idea that we are the republican party front-runners for the naminating". Meanwhile, Senator Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama traded victories in the democratic party race. However, neither emerged as a clear front-runner. Senator Clinton won the three states that offered the most delegates, Californian, New York and Massachusetts. "After 7 years of a president who listens only to the special interests, you are ready for a president who brings your voice, your values and your dreams to your White House", said senator Hillary Clinton. Senator Obam won more states than she did but not as many delegates."Our time has come. Our movement is real. And change is coming to America, " said senator Barack Obama.

We turn our attention now to Chad where French defense minister is there for meeting with the beleaguered president Iddris Deby, whose government has been holding off rebels threatening to take the capital. France has promised to come to aid his former colony. However, the defense minister Tuesday said that France's military agreement with Chad is limited to logistical, medical and training support. Chad's capital N'djamena is calm today with most businesses closed . However, a few shops have reoponed.

A Pakistani army helicopter has crashed in southern Wizenstan, killing 8 people including a general. Pakistani army spokeman Major General A A says the crash was an accident, apparently caused by technical problem. He said the crash killed Major General J M, the commanding officer of the Cohad garrison in south Wizenstan. The accident took place in Pakistani tribal region near the border with Afghanistan. No other details were immediately available.

Kenyan opposition is renewing threats to protest a meeting of East African Foreign Ministers , they say, would legitimize president Mwai Kibaki's government. The opposition led by Raila Odinga says it should have been consulted about that meeting. A Kenyan foreign ministry representative says some of the ministers are arriving in Nairobi today for Thurday's meeting of Seven Member Intergovernment Authority and Development. Meanwhile, relief officials say the humanitarian toll in Kenya continues to rise and are calling for speedy solution. VOA's Skot Bob reports.

Relief officials appealed to political leaders to stablize security throughout Kenya as the number of people fleeing violence in some parts of the country continued to rise. The Kenyan Red Cross spokesman Tonny W says this is aggravating the humanitarian crisis." " Nearly 100 people have been killed in the past several days, mostly in western Kenya. Red Cross says as a result, the death toll has risen to about 1000 and the number of the homeless has grown to more than 300,000. W said his organization has provided some assistance to most of the displaced in the country but no enough. He said security was an essential condition for efficient distribution of aid. Skot Bob, VOA news, Nairobi.

Tornados and storms toured across five southern US States Tuesday, killing at least 45 people. Police say 24 people died in Tennesee, including 5 outside the city of Nashville. The twisters killed at least 13 in the state of Arkansas. At least 7 were dead in Kentucky. One person is confirmed dead in Alabama. The storm also destroyed warehouses in the state of Mississippi. Tornados, wind damage and haisl also were reported in the states of Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri.

More details at voanews.com. I am Frances Alonzo.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Republican US Senator John McCain won his party's most important presidential nominating contests on a day known as Super Tuesday, while Democratic Senator Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama each scored key wins, but no defeat to victory. McCain beat his Republican rivals in nine states, including three of the nations most populous, California, New York and Illinois. He now has more than half the delegate votes needed to win his party nomination for president. "We won a number of important victories in the closest thing we've ever had to a national primary. We won primaries in the west, the south, the midwest and the northeast. I think we must get used to the idea that we are the Republican Party frontrunner for the nomination." Meanwhile, Senator Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama traded victories in the Democratic Party race. However, neither emerged as a clear frontrunner. Senator Clinton won the three states that offered the most delegates, California, New York and Massachusetts. "After seven years of a president who listens only to the special interests, you’re ready for a president who brings your voice, your values and your dreams to your White House." said Senator Hillary Clinton. Senator Obama won more states than she did, but not as many delegates. "Our time has come. Our movement is real. And change is coming to America." said Senator Barack Obama.

We turn our attention now to Chad where the French defense minister is there for a meeting with the beleaguered President Idriss Deby, whose government has been holding off rebels threatening to take the capital. France has promised to come to aid its former colony. However, the defense minister Tuesday said that France's military agreement with Chad is limited to logistical, medical and trading support. Chad's capital, / N'jamena is calm today with most businesses closed. However, a few shops have reopened.

A Pakistani army helicopter has crashed in South Waziristan, killing 8 people including a general. Pakistani army spokesman Major-General Athar Abbas said the crash today was an accident, apparently caused by a technical problem. He said the crash killed Major General Javed Sultan, the commanding officer of the Kohat garrison in South Waziristan. The accident took place in Pakistan's tribal region near the border with Afghanistan. No other details were immediately available.

Kenya's opposition is renewing threats to protest the meeting of East African foreign ministers they say will legitimize President Mwai Kibaki's government. The opposition led by Raila Odinga says it should have been consulted about that meeting. A Kenyan Foreign Ministry representative says some of the ministers arrived in Nairobi today for Thursday's meeting of the seven-member Inter-Governmental Authority on Development. Meanwhile, relief officials say the humanitarian toll in Kenya continues to rise and are calling for speedy solution. VOA's Scott Bobb reports.

Relief officials appealed to political leaders to stabilize security throughout Kenya as the number of people fleeing violence in some parts of the country continued to rise. A Kenyan Red Cross spokesman Tony Mwangi says this is aggravating the humanitarian crisis. "There are a number of areas that require immediate assistance in / form[/color=red]s of food as well as shelter for freshly displaced people and this is mostly in the western region of the country and a bit of the Rift Valley." Nearly 100 people have been killed in the violence in the past several days, mostly in western Kenya. The Red Cross says as a result the death toll has risen to about 1,000 and the number of homeless has grown to more than 300,000. Mwangi said his organization has provided some assistance to most of the displaced in the country but not enough. He said security was an essential condition for the efficient distribution of aid. Scott Bobb, VOA News, Nairobi.

Tornadoes and storms tore across five southern US states Tuesday, killing at least 45 people. At least 24 people died in Tennessee, including five outside the city of Nashville. The twisters killed at least 13 in the state of Arkansas. At least 7 are dead in Kentucky. One person is confirmed dead in Alabama. The storms also destroyed warehouses in the state of Mississippi. Tornadoes, wind damage and hail also were reported in the states of Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri.

More details at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Republican US Senator John McCain won his party's most important presidential nominating contests on the day known as Super Tuesday, while Democratic Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama each scored key wins, but no defeated to victory. McCain beat his Republican rivals in 9 states including 3 of the nation's most populous California, New York and Illinois. He now has more than half the delegate votes needed to win his party nomination for president. "We won a number of important victories in the closest thing we've ever had to a national primary. We won primaries in the west, the south, the Midwest and the northeast. I think we must get used to the idea that we are the Republican Party frontrunner for the nomination." Meanwhile, Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama traded victories in the Democratic Party race. However, neither emerged as a clear frontrunner. Senator Clinton won the 3 states that offered the most delegates, California, New York and Massachusetts. "After 7 years of a president who listens only to the special interests, you are ready for a president who brings your voice, your values and your dreams to your White House." said Senator Hillary Clinton. Senator Obama won more states than she did, but not as many delegates. "Our time has come, our movement is real, and change is coming to America." said Senator Barack Obama.

We turn our attention now to Chad where the French defense minister is there for a meeting with the beleaguered President Idriss Deby, whose government has been holding off rebels threatening to take the capital. France has promised to come to the aid of its former colony. However, the defense minister Tuesday said that France's military agreement with Chad is limited to logistical, medical and training support. Chad's capital N'jamena is calm today with most businesses closed. However, a few shops have reopened.

A Pakistani army helicopter has crashed in South Waziristan, killing 8 people including a general. Pakistani army spokesman Major-General Athar Abbas said the crash today was an accident, apparently caused by a technical problem. He said the crash killed Major General Javed Sultan, the commanding officer of the Kohat garrison in South Waziristan. The accident took place in Pakistan's tribal region near the border with Afghanistan. No other details were immediately available.

Kenya's opposition is renewing threats to protest a meeting of East African foreign ministers. They say would legitimize President Mwai Kibaki's government. The opposition led by Raila Odinga says it should have been consulted about that meeting. A Kenyan Foreign Ministry representative says some of the ministers arrived in Nairobi today for Thursday's meeting of the 7-member Intergovernmental Authority on Development. Meanwhile, relief official said the humanitarian toll in Kenya continues to rise and are calling for speedy solution. VOA's Scott Bobb reports.

Relief officials appeal to political leaders to stabilize security throughout Kenya as the number of people fleeing violence in some parts of the country continued to rise. A Kenya Red Cross spokesman Tony Mwangi says this is aggravating the humanitarian crisis. "There are a number of areas that require immediate assistance in the form of food as well as shelter for freshly displaced people and this is mostly in the western region of the country and a bit of the Rift Valley." Nearly 100 people have been killed in the violence in the past several days, mostly in western Kenya. The Red Cross says as a result the death toll has risen to about 1,000, and the number of homeless has grown to more than 300,000. Mwangi said his organization has provided some assistance to most of the displaced in the country, but not enough. He said security was an essential condition for the efficient distribution of aid. Scott Bobb, VOA News, Nairobi.

Tornadoes and storms toured across 5 southern US states Tuesday, killing at least 45 people. At least 24 people died in Tennessee including 5 outside the city of Nashville. The twisters killed at least 13 in the state of Arkansas. At least 7 are dead in Kentucky. One person is confirmed dead in Alabama. The storms also destroyed warehouses in the state of Mississippi. Tornadoes, wind damage and hail also were reported in the states of Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri.

More details at voanews. com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Republican US Senator John McCain won his party's most important presidential nominating contests on the day known as Super Tuesday, while Democratic Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama each scored key wins, but no defeated to victory. McCain beat his Republican rivals in nine states, including three of the nation's most populous, California, New York and Illinois. He now has more than half the delegate votes needed to win his party nomination for president. "We won a number of important victories in the closest thing we've ever had to a national primary. We won primaries in the west, the south, the midwest and the northeast. I think we must get used to the idea that we are the Republican Party frontrunner for the nomination. " Meanwhile, Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama traded victories in the Democratic Party race. However, neither emerged as a clear frontrunner. Senator Clinton won the three states that offered the most delegates, California, New York and Massachusetts. "After seven years of a president who listens only to the special interests, you re ready for a president who brings your voice, your values and your dreams to your White House. " said Senator Hillary Clinton. Senator Obama won more states than she did, but not as many delegates. "Our time has come. Our movement is real. And change is coming to America. " said Senator Barack Obama.

We turn our attention now to Chad where the French defense minister is there for a meeting with the beleaguered President Idriss Deby, whose government has been holding off rebels threatening to take the capital. France has promised to come to the aid of its former colony. However, the defense minister Tuesday said that France's military agreement with Chad is limited to logistical, medical and training support. Chad's capital N'jamena is calm today with most businesses closed. However, a few shops have reopened.

A Pakistani army helicopter has crashed in South Waziristan, killing 8 people including a general. Pakistani army spokesman Major-General Athar Abbas said the crash today was an accident, apparently caused by a technical problem. He said the crash killed Major General Javed Sultan, the commanding officer of the Kohat garrison in South Waziristan. The accident took place in Pakistan's tribal region near the border with Afghanistan. No other details were immediately available.

Kenya's opposition is renewing threats to protest a meeting of East African foreign ministers they say would legitimize President Mwai Kibaki's government. The opposition led by Raila Odinga says it should have been consulted about that meeting. A Kenyan Foreign Ministry representative says some of the ministers arrived in Nairobi today for Thursday's meeting of the seven-member Inter-Governmental Authority on Development. Meanwhile, relief official said the humanitarian toll in Kenya continues to rise and are calling for speedy solution. VOA's Scott Bobb reports.

Relief officials appeal to political leaders to stabilize security throughout Kenya as the number of people fleeing violence in some parts of the country continued to rise. A Kenya Red Cross spokesman Tony Mwangi says this is aggravating the humanitarian crisis. "There are a number of areas that require immediate assistance in form[ color=red]s[ color] of food as well as shelter for freshly displaced people and this is mostly in the western region of the country and a bit of the Rift Valley. " Nearly 100 people have been killed in the violence in the past several days, mostly in western Kenya. The Red Cross says as a result the death toll has risen to about 1, 000 and the number of homeless has grown to more than 300, 000. Mwangi said his organization has provided some assistance to most of the displaced in the country but not enough. He said security was an essential condition for the efficient distribution of aid. Scott Bobb, VOA News, Nairobi.

Tornadoes and storms tore across five southern US states Tuesday, killing at least 45 people. At least 24 people died in Tennessee, including five outside the city of Nashville. The twisters killed at least 13 in the state of Arkansas. At least 7 are dead in Kentucky. One person is confirmed dead in Alabama. The storms also destroyed warehouses in the state of Mississippi. Tornadoes, wind damage and hail also were reported in the states of Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri.

More details at voanews. com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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Tornatos and storm toured across five southern US states Tuesday killing at least 45 people at least 24 died in turned sea. including 5 outside the city of Nashiwill. The tourist had killed at least 13 in the state of Akensa, at least 7 are dead in Kentucky. One person was confirmed dead in Alibama. The storms also destroyed warehouses in the state Mississippi. Tornatos went damage in Hell also are reported in the states of Guhama, Texas and Mizory.
More details at voanews.com, I am Fransis Alenzil, VOA news. 0:11
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Republican US Senator John McCain won his party's most important presidential nominating contests on the day known as Super Tuesday, while Democratic Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama each scored key wins, but no definitive victory. McCain beat his Republican rivals in nine states, including three of the nation's most populous, California, New York and Illinois. He now has more than half the delegate votes needed to win his party nomination for president. "We've won a number of important victories in the closest thing we've ever had to a national primary. We've won primaries in the West, the South, the Midwest and the Northeast. I think we must get used to the idea that we are the Republican Party frontrunner for the nomination. " Meanwhile, Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama traded victories in the Democratic Party race. However, neither emerged as a clear frontrunner. Senator Clinton won the three states that offered the most delegates, California, New York and Massachusetts. "After seven years of a president who listens only to the special interests, you're ready for a president who brings your voice, your values and your dreams to your White House. " said Senator Hillary Clinton. Senator Obama won more states than she did, but not as many delegates. "Our time has come. Our movement is real. And change is coming to America. " said Senator Barack Obama.

We turn our attention now to Chad where the French defense minister is there for a meeting with the beleaguered President Idriss Deby, whose government has been holding off rebels threatening to take the capital. France has promised to come to the aid of its former colony. However, the defense minister Tuesday said that France's military agreement with Chad is limited to logistical, medical and training support. Chad's capital N'jamena is calm today with most businesses closed. However, a few shops have reopened.

A Pakistani army helicopter has crashed in South Waziristan, killing 8 people including a general. Pakistani army spokesman Major-General Athar Abbas said the crash today was an accident, apparently caused by a technical problem. He said the crash killed Major General Javed Sultan, the commanding officer of the Kohat garrison in South Waziristan. The accident took place in Pakistan's tribal region near the border with Afghanistan. No other details were immediately available.

Kenya's opposition is renewing threats to protest a meeting of East African foreign ministers they say would legitimize President Mwai Kibaki's government. The opposition led by Raila Odinga says it should have been consulted about that meeting. A Kenyan Foreign Ministry representative says some of the ministers arrived in Nairobi today for Thursday's meeting of the seven-member Inter-Governmental Authority on Development. Meanwhile, relief officials say the humanitarian toll in Kenya continues to rise and are calling for speedy solution. VOA's Scott Bobb reports.

Relief officials appeal to political leaders to stabilize security throughout Kenya as the number of people fleeing violence in some parts of the country continued to rise. A Kenya Red Cross spokesman Tony Mwangi says this is aggravating the humanitarian crisis. "There are a number of areas that require immediate assistance in form of food as well as shelter for freshly displaced people and this is mostly in the western region of the country and a bit of the Rift Valley. " Nearly 100 people have been killed in the violence in the past several days, mostly in western Kenya. The Red Cross says as a result the death toll has risen to about 1, 000 and the number of homeless has grown to more than 300, 000. Mwangi said his organization has provided some assistance to most of the displaced in the country but not enough. He said security was an essential condition for the efficient distribution of aid. Scott Bobb, VOA News, Nairobi.

Tornadoes and storms tore across five southern US states Tuesday, killing at least 45 people. At least 24 people died in Tennessee, including five outside the city of Nashville. The twisters killed at least 13 in the state of Arkansas. At least 7 are dead in Kentucky. One person is confirmed dead in Alabama. The storms also destroyed warehouses in the state of Mississippi. Tornadoes, wind damage and hail also were reported in the states of Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri.

More details at voanews. com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.

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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Republican US Senator John McCain won his party's most important presidential nominating contests on the day known as Super Tuesday, while Democratic Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama each scored key wins, but no definitive victory. McCain beat his Republican rivals in nine states, including three of the nation's most populous, California, New York and Illinois. He now has more than half the delegate votes needed to win his party nomination for president. "We've won a number of important victories in the closest thing we've ever had to a national primary. We've won primaries in the West, the South, the Midwest and the Northeast. I think we must get used to the idea that we are the Republican Party frontrunner for the nomination." Meanwhile, Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama traded victories in the Democratic Party race. However, neither emerged as a clear frontrunner. Senator Clinton won the three states that offered the most delegates, California, New York and Massachusetts. "After seven years of a president who listens only to the special interests, you're ready for a president who brings your voice, your values and your dreams to your White House." said Senator Hillary Clinton. Senator Obama won more states than she did, but not as many delegates. "Our time has come. Our movement is real. And change is coming to America." said Senator Barack Obama.

We turn our attention now to Chad where the French defense minister is there for a meeting with the beleaguered President Idriss Deby, whose government has been holding off rebels threatening to take the capital. France has promised to come to the aid of its former colony. However, the defense minister Tuesday said that France's military agreement with Chad is limited to logistical, medical and training support. Chad's capital N'jamena is calm today with most businesses closed. However, a few shops have reopened.

A Pakistani army helicopter has crashed in South Waziristan, killing 8 people including a general. Pakistani army spokesman Major-General Athar Abbas said the crash today was an accident, apparently caused by a technical problem. He said the crash killed Major General Javed Sultan, the commanding officer of the Kohat garrison in South Waziristan. The accident took place in Pakistan's tribal region near the border with Afghanistan. No other details were immediately available.

Kenya's opposition is renewing threats to protest a meeting of East African foreign ministers they say would legitimize President Mwai Kibaki's government. The opposition led by Raila Odinga says it should have been consulted about that meeting. A Kenyan Foreign Ministry representative says some of the ministers arrived in Nairobi today for Thursday's meeting of the seven-member Inter-Governmental Authority on Development. Meanwhile, relief officials say the humanitarian toll in Kenya continues to rise and are calling for speedy solution. VOA's Scott Bobb reports.

Relief officials appeal to political leaders to stabilize security throughout Kenya as the number of people fleeing violence in some parts of the country continued to rise. A Kenya Red Cross spokesman Tony Mwangi says this is aggravating the humanitarian crisis. "There are a number of areas that require immediate assistance in form of food as well as shelter for freshly displaced people and this is mostly in the western region of the country and a bit of the Rift Valley." Nearly 100 people have been killed in the violence in the past several days, mostly in western Kenya. The Red Cross says as a result the death toll has risen to about 1,000 and the number of homeless has grown to more than 300,000. Mwangi said his organization has provided some assistance to most of the displaced in the country but not enough. He said security was an essential condition for the efficient distribution of aid. Scott Bobb, VOA News, Nairobi.

Tornadoes and storms tore across five southern US states Tuesday, killing at least 45 people. At least 24 people died in Tennessee, including five outside the city of Nashville. The twisters killed at least 13 in the state of Arkansas. At least 7 are dead in Kentucky. One person is confirmed dead in Alabama. The storms also destroyed warehouses in the state of Mississippi. Tornadoes, wind damage and hail also were reported in the states of Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri.

More details at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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