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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Karen Leggett in Washington.

[1] The president of East Timor is severely wounded from a murder attempt against him in the capital Dili. Jose Ramos-Horta is now in a hospital in Australia. Rebels shot him at his home early Monday morning. A gun fight that followed killed rebel commander Alkaido Renadou and one of the president's guards. In a separate attack gunman shot at a vehicle carrying East Timorese Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao. He was not hurt. Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd says he will send more troops and police to East Timor to protect its government. A United Nations official says the atmosphere in Dili is tense but secure.

[2] Security forces in Pakistan have captured a former top Afghan Taliban militant, Mansoor Dadullah was wounded during his capture in southwestern Pakistan near the border with Afghanistan. Pakistani officials say he and several other militants were trying to enter Pakistan from Afghanistan when they were seized. Also Monday a suicide bomber killed six election workers in North Waziristan. Supporters of parliamentary candidate Nisar Ali Khan were also wounded in the attack in Mir Ali. Mr. Khan was not hurt.

[3] A new public opinion study in Pakistan shows 75% of Pakistanis want President Pervez Musharraf to leave office. An American company called 'The International Republican Institute' reports that 50% of Pakistanis say they will vote for the opposition party in elections later this month. The institute's report also says that 62% of Paksitanis blame the government for the murder of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. The International Republican Institute says it questioned almost 3500 Pakistani men and women.

[4] A bomb has exploded near a group of military vehicles in Afghanistan. Three civilians were hurt. The governor of Afghanistan southern Kandahar province was in one of the vehicles, but he was not hurt. There have been sharp clashes in Kandahar among Taliban forces and American, NATO and Afghan allied forces. The Embassy of Norway in Kabul, Afghanistan remains close for a second day because of a security threat. An Embassy spokeswoman refuses to release details about the threat. Last month Afghan officials said the Norwegian Embassy was one of the several places in Kabul that militants might attack. Norway has several hundred soldiers in Afghanistan as part of the NATO-led forces.

[5] Two bomb attacks have killed at least 11 people in Bagdad, Iraq. Police say the bombs exploded in the same area at almost the exact same moment. An Iraqi military official told reporters that the apparent target of the attacks was a building in which Sunni Muslim leaders were meeting. They recently joined American forces in the fight against al-Qaeda in Iraq. The attacks came as American Defense Secretary Robert Gates was completing a two-day visit to Iraq. Mr. Gates said security in Iraq remains weak.

[6] A group of democracy activists in Burma is calling on voters to reject a new constitution written by the military government. The Burmese people are to vote on the constitution in May. Elections are to be held in 2010. The government has not said if the main opposition party will be able to take part in the elections. Burma's neighbours are welcoming its claim for both votes. Singapore said the plan is a hopeful development that could bring peace to Burma.

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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Karren Legit** in Washington.

[1] President of East Timor is severely wounded from a murder attempted against him in the capital Dili . José Ramos-Horta is now in a hospital in Australia. Rebels shot him at his home early Monday morning. A gun fight that followed killed rebel commander Alkaido Renadou and one of the president's guards. In a separate attack gunman shot at a vehicle carrying East Timorese Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao. He was not hurt. Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd says he will send more troops and police to East Timor to protect its government. A United Nations official says the atmosphere in Dili is tense but secure.

[2] Security forces in Pakistan have captured a former top Afghan taliban militant, Mansoor Dadullah was wounded during his capture in southwestern Pakistan near the border with Afghanistan. Pakistani officials say he and several other militants were trying to enter Pakistan from Afghanistan when they were seized. Also Monday a suicide bomber killed six election workers in North Waziristan. Supporters of Parliamentary candidate Nisar Ali Khan were also wounded in the attack in Mir Ali . Mr Khan, was not hurt.

[3] A new public opinion study in Pakistan shows 75% of Pakistanis want President Pervez Musharraf to leave office. An American company called "The International Republican Institute" reports that 50% of Pakistanis say they will vote for the opposition party in elections later this month. The institute's report also says that 62% of Paksitanis blame the government for the murder of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto The International Republican Institute says it questioned almost 3500 Pakistani men and women.

[4] A bomb has exploded near a group of military vehicles in Afghanistan. Three civilians were hurt. The governor of Afghanistan southern Kandahar province was in one of the vehicles, but he was not hurt. There have been sharp clashes in Kandahar among taliban forces and American-NATO and Afghan allied forces. The embassy of Norway in Kandahar Afghanistan remains close for a second day because of a security threat. An embassy spokeswoman refuses to release the details about the threat. Last month Afghan official said the Norwegian Embassy was one of the several places in Kabul that militants might attack. Norway has several hundred soldiers in Afghanistan as part of the NATO led forces.

[5] Two bomb attacks have killed at least 11 people in Bagdad Iraq. Police say the bombs exploded in the same area at almost the exact same moment. An Iraqi military official told reporters that the apparent target of the attacks was a building in which Sunni Muslim leaders were meeting. They recently joined the American forces in the fight against al-Qaeda in Iraq. The attacks came as American Defense Secretary Robert Gates was completing a two-day visit to Iraq. Mr Gates said security in Iraq remains weak.

[6] A group of democracy activists in Burma is calling on voters to reject a new constitution written by the military government . The Burmese people are to vote on the constitution in May. Elections are to be held in 2010. The government has not said if the main opposition party will be able to take part in the elections. Burma's neighbours are welcoming its claim for both votes. Singapore said the plan is a hopeful development that could bring peace to Burma.

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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Karen Leggett in Washington.

[1] The president of East Timor is severely wounded from a murder attempt/ against him in the capital Dili. Jose Ramos-Horta is now in a hospital in Australia. Rebels shot him at his home early Monday morning. A gun fight that followed killed rebel commander Alkaido Renadou and one of the president's guards. In a separate attack gunman shot at a vehicle carrying East Timorese Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao. He was not hurt. Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd says he will send more troops and police to East Timor to protect its government. A United Nations official says the atmosphere in Dili is tense but secure.

[2] Security forces in Pakistan have captured a former top Afghan Taliban militant, Mansoor Dadullah was wounded during his capture in southwestern Pakistan near the border with Afghanistan. Pakistani officials say he and several other militants were trying to enter Pakistan from Afghanistan when they were seized. Also Monday a suicide bomber killed six election workers in North Waziristan. Supporters of parliamentary candidate Nisar Ali Khan were also wounded in the attack in Mir Ali. Mr. Khan was not hurt.

[3] A new public opinion study in Pakistan shows 75% of Pakistanis want President Pervez Musharraf to leave office. An American company called "The International Republican Institute" reports that 50% of Pakistanis say they will vote for the opposition party in elections later this month. The institute's report also says that 62% of Paksitanis blame the government for the murder of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. The International Republican Institute says it questioned almost 3500 Pakistani men and women.

[4] A bomb has exploded near a group of military vehicles in Afghanistan. Three civilians were hurt. The governor of Afghanistan southern Kandahar province was in one of the vehicles, but he was not hurt. There have been sharp clashes in Kandahar among Taliban forces and American, NATO and Afghan allied forces. The Embassy of Norway in Kabul, Afghanistan remains close for a second day because of a security threat. An Embassy spokeswoman refuses to release / details about the threat. Last month Afghan officials said the Norwegian Embassy was one of the several places in Kabul that militants might attack. Norway has several hundred soldiers in Afghanistan as part of the NATO-led forces.

[5] Two bomb attacks have killed at least 11 people in Bagdad, Iraq. Police say the bombs exploded in the same area at almost the exact same moment. An Iraqi military official told reporters that the apparent target of the attacks was a building in which Sunni Muslim leaders were meeting. They recently joined / American forces in the fight against al-Qaeda in Iraq. The attacks came as American Defense Secretary Robert Gates was completing a two-day visit to Iraq. Mr. Gates said security in Iraq remains weak.

[6] A group of democracy activists in Burma is calling on voters to reject a new constitution written by the military government. The Burmese people are to vote on the constitution in May. Elections are to be held in 2010. The government has not said if the main opposition party will be able to take part in the elections. Burma's neighbours are welcoming its claim for both votes. Singapore said the plan is a hopeful development that could bring peace to Burma.

You are listening to the news in VOA special English.
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The Embassy of Norway in Kabul (呵布尔 阿富汗首都) Afghanistan remains close for a second day because of the security threat. An Embassy spokeswoman refused to release details about the threat. Last month,Afghan official says the Norwegian embassy was one of the several places in Kabul that militants might attack. Norway has several hundreds soldiers in Afghanistan as part of the NATO-led forces.
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A group of democracy activists in Burma(缅甸)is calling on voters to reject a new constitution,written by the Military government .The Burmese people are to vote on the constitution in May,elections are to be held in 2010.The government has not said if the main opposition party will be able to take part in the elections. Burma’s neighbors are welcoming its blames for both votes .Singapore said the plan is a hopeful development that could bring peace to Burma。
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