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

[1] The prime minister of Australia has made an historic apology for past mistreatment of the country's aboriginal people. Kevin Rudd spoke in parliament Wednesday. He said past Australian laws and policies caused great suffering among aborigines. Mr. Rudd said his government was expressing sorrow for the harm cause to Australia's native peoples. The prime minister also said the government would work to raise the living conditions of aborigines. Currently, aborigines have a life expectancy of 17 years or less than other Australians.

[2] In East Timor, government lawyers are preparing orders to arrest 18 rebel soldiers. The 18 soldiers are suspected of an involvement in the attacks against the country's two top leaders. Officials did not release details of the suspects. President Jose Ramos-Horta is in serious condition at an Australian hospital after being wounded on Monday. The president had another operation Wednesday. His doctor is hopeful Mr. Ramos-Horta will make a good recovery. Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao was uninjured in a separate attack. The prime minister asked East Timor's legislature to extend emergency rule for ten more days to help reestablish calm. Lawmakers approved the request.

[3] In Malaysia, Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has dismissed parliament to prepare for early general elections. A date for the elections has not been announced. But the vote is expected in March. Mr. Abdullah's five-year term as prime minister was supposed to end in 2009.

[4] The International Red Cross says the number of civilians killed or wounded in Sri Lanka has risen to unspeakable levels. Red Cross officials said violence between the military and Tamil rebels has killed more than 180 civilians since the beginning of the year. They said at least 270 other civilians were wounded in the violence. The head of a Red Cross team in Colombo says many of the victims have been children on their way to and from school.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

[5] Hezbollah officials in Lebanon say a top leader of the group was killed in a bomb attack late Tuesday in Syria. The group reported the death of Imad Moughniyah Wednesday. Hezbollah officials accused Israel of carrying out the bombing. The Israeli government denied any involvement. Israel had accused the Hezbollah leader of plotting a bomb attack 16 years ago at the Israeli embassy in Argentina. That attack killed 29 people. Israel also accused him of plotting the bombing 14 years ago at a Jewish center in Buenos Aires. Many people were killed in that attack.

[6] The Iraqi parliament has approved the government's spending plan for 2008. Parliament approved the 48-billion-dollar budget Wednesday. Iraqi lawmakers also approved two other bills. One could free thousands of prisoners under a government forgiveness program. The other bill would set powers for Iraqi area governments. Groups of Iraqi lawmakers have been debating for weeks over linkage between the budget and the two other issues.
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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Bob Doughty in Washington.

[1] The prime minister of Australia has made an historic apology for past mistreatment of the country's aboriginal people. Kevin Rudd spoke in parliament Wednesday. He said past Australian laws and policies caused great suffering among aborigines. Mr. Rudd said his government was expressing sorrow for the harm cause to Australia's native people. The prime minister also said the government would work to raise the living conditions of aborigines. Currently, aborigines have a life expectancy of 17 years or less than other Australians.

[2] In East Timor government lawyers are preparing orders to arrest 18 rebel soldiers. The 18 soldiers are suspected of involvement in the attacks against the country's two top leaders. Officials did not release details of the suspects. President Jose Ramos Horta is in serious condition at an Australian hospital after being wounded on Monday. The president had another operation Wednesday. His doctor is hopeful Mr. Ramos Horta will make a good recovering. Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao was uninjured in a separate attack. The prime minister asked East Timor's legislature to extend emergency rule for ten more days to help reestablish calm. Lawmakers approved the request.

[3] In Malaysia Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has dismissed parliament to prepare for early general elections. A date for the elections has not been announced. But the vote is expected in March. Mr. Abdullah's five-year term as prime minister was supposed to end in 2009.

[4] The International Red Cross says the number of civilians killed or wounded in Sri Lanka has risen to unspeakable levels. Red Cross officials said violence between the military and Tamil rebels has killed more than 180 civilians since the beginning of the year. They said at least 270 other civilians were wounded in the violence. The head of a Red Cross team in Colombo says many of the victims have been children on their way to and from school.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

[5] Hezbollah officials in Lebanon say a top leader of the group was killed in a bomb attack late Tuesday in Syria. The group reported the death of Imad Moughniyah Wednesday. Hezbollah officials accused Israel of carrying out the bombing. The Israeli government denied any involvement. Israel had accused the Hezbollah leader of plotting a bomb attack 17 years ago at the Israeli embassy in Argentina. That attack killed 29 people. Israel also accused him of plotting the bombing 14 years ago at a Jewish center in Buenos Aires. Many people were killed in that attack.

[6] The Iraqi parliament has approved the government spending plan for 2008. Parliament approved the 48 billion dollar budget Wednesday. Iraqi lawmakers also approved two other bills. One could free thousands of prisoners under a government forgiveness program. The other bill would set powers for Iraqi area governments. Groups of Iraqi lawmakers have been debating for weeks over linkage between the budget and two other issues.
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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Bob Doughty in Washington.

[1] The Prime Minister of Australia has made a historical apology for past mistreatment of the country's aboriginal people. Kevin Rudd spoke in Parliament Wednesday. He said past Australian laws and policies caused great suffering among aborigines . Mr Rudd said his government was expressing sorrow for the harm caused to Australia's native peoples. The Prime Minister also said the government would work to raise the living conditions of aborigines. Currently aborigines have a life expectancy of 17 years or less than other Australians.

[2] In East Timor, government lawyers are preparing orders to arrest 18 rebel soldiers . The 18 soldiers are suspected of involvement in the attacks against the country's two top leaders. Officials did not release details of the suspects. President José Ramos-Horta is in serious condition at an Australia's hospital after being wounded on Monday. The president had another operation Wednesday. His doctor is hopeful. Mr Ramos-Horta will make a good recovery. Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao was uninjured in a separate attack. The Prime Minster asked East Timor's legislature to extend emergency rule for 10 more days to help reestablish calm. Law makers approved the request.

[3] In Malaysia , Prime Minster Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has dismissed parliament to prepare for early general elections. A date for the elections has not been announced but the vote is expected in March. Mr Abdullah's five-year term as prime minister was supposed to end in 2009.

[4] The International Red Cross says the number of civilians killed or wounded in Sri Lanka has risen to unspeakable levels. Red Cross officials said violence between the military and Tamil rebels has killed more than 180 civilians since the beginning of the year. They said at least 270 other civilians were wounded in the violence. The head of a Red Cross team in Colombo says many of the victims have been children on their way to and from school.

(You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.)

[5] Hezbollah officials in Lebanon say a top leader of the group was killed in a bomb attack late Tuesday in Syria. The group reported the death of Imad Mugniyah Wednesday. Hezbollah officials accused Israel of carrying out the bombing. The Israeli government denied any involvement. Israel had accused Hezbollah leader of plotting a bomb attack 16 years ago at the Israeli embassy in Argentina. That attack killed 29 people. Israel also accused him of plotting the bombing 14 years ago at a Jewish center in Buenos Aires. Many people were killed in that attack.

[6] The Iraqi parliament has approved the government's spending plan for 2008. Parliament approved the $48 billion budget Wednesday. Iraqi lawmakers also approved two other bills. One could free thousands of prisoners under a government forgiveness program. The other bill would set powers for Iraqi area governments. Groups of Iraqi lawmakers have been debating for weeks over linkage between the budget and the two other issues.
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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Bob Doughty in Washington.

[1] The prime minister of Australia has made an historic apology for past mistreatment of the country's aboriginal people. Kevin Rudd spoke in parliament Wednesday. He said past Australian laws and policies caused great suffering among aborigines. Mr. Rudd said his government was expressing sorrow for the harm cause to Australia's native peoples. The prime minister also said the government would work to raise the living conditions of aborigines. Currently, aborigines have a life expectancy of 17 years or less than other Australians.

[2] In East Timor government lawyers are preparing orders to arrest 18 rebel soldiers. The 18 soldiers are suspected of involvement in the attacks against the country's two top leaders. Officials did not release details of the suspects. President Jose Ramos Horta is in serious condition at an Australian hospital after being wounded on Monday. The president had another operation Wednesday. His doctor is hopeful Mr. Ramos Horta will make a good recovering. Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao was uninjured in a separate attack. The prime minister asked East Timor's legislature to extend emergency rule for ten more days to help reestablish calm. Lawmakers approved the request.

[3] In Malaysia Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has dismissed parliament to prepare for early general elections. A date for the elections has not been announced. But the vote is expected in March. Mr. Abdullah's five-year term as prime minister was supposed to end in 2009.

[4] The International Red Cross says the number of civilians killed or wounded in Sri Lanka has risen to unspeakable levels. Red Cross officials said violence between the military and Tamil rebels has killed more than 180 civilians since the beginning of the year. They said at least 270 other civilians were wounded in the violence. The head of a Red Cross team in Colombo says many of the victims have been children on their way to and from school.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

[5] Hezbollah officials in Lebanon say a top leader of the group was killed in a bomb attack late Tuesday in Syria. The group reported the death of Imad Moughniyah Wednesday. Hezbollah officials accused Israel of carrying out the bombing. The Israeli government denied any involvement. Israel had accused the Hezbollah leader of plotting a bomb attack 16 years ago at the Israeli embassy in Argentina. That attack killed 29 people. Israel also accused him of plotting the bombing 14 years ago at a Jewish center in Buenos Aires. Many people were killed in that attack.

[6] The Iraqi parliament has approved the government spending plan for 2008. Parliament approved the 48-billion-dollar budget Wednesday. Iraqi lawmakers also approved two other bills. One could free thousands of prisoners under a government forgiveness program. The other bill would set powers for Iraqi area governments. Groups of Iraqi lawmakers have been debating for weeks over linkage between the budget and two other issues.
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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm BD in Washington.

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

[1] The prime minister of Australia has made an historic apology for past mistreatment of the country's aboriginal people. Kevin Rudd spoke in parliament Wednesday. He said past Australian laws and policies caused great suffering among aborigines. Mr. Rudd said his government was expressing sorrow for the harm cause to Australia's native peoples. The prime minister also said the government would work to raise the living conditions of aborigines. Currently, aborigines have a life expectancy of 17 years or less than other Australians.

[2] In East Timor government lawyers are preparing orders to arrest 18 rebel soldiers. The 18 soldiers are suspected of an involvement in the attacks against the country's two top leaders. Officials did not release details of the suspects. President Jose Ramos Horta is in serious condition at an Australian hospital after being wounded on Monday. The president had another operation Wednesday. His doctor is hopeful Mr. Ramos Horta will make a good recovery. Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao was uninjured in a separate attack. The prime minister asked East Timor's legislature to extend emergency rule for ten more days to help reestablish calm. Lawmakers approved the request.

[3] In Malaysia Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has dismissed parliament to prepare for early general elections. A date for the elections has not been announced. But the vote is expected in March. Mr. Abdullah's five-year term as prime minister was supposed to end in 2009.

[4] The International Red Cross says the number of civilians killed or wounded in Sri Lanka has risen to unspeakable levels. Red Cross officials said violence between the military and Tamil rebels has killed more than 180 civilians since the beginning of the year. They said at least 270 other civilians were wounded in the violence. The head of a Red Cross team in Colombo says many of the victims have been children on their way to and from school.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

[5] Hezbollah officials in Lebanon say a top leader of the group was killed in a bomb attack late Tuesday in Sierra. The group reported the death of Imad Moughniyah Wednesday. Hezbollah officials accused Israel of carrying out the bombing. The Israeli government denied any involvement. Israel had accused the Hezbollah leader of plotting a bomb attack 16 years ago at the Israeli embassy in Argentina. That attack killed 29 people. Israel also accused him of plotting the bombing 14 years ago at a Jewish center in Buenos Aires. Many people were killed in that attack.

[6] The Iraqi parliament has approved the government's spending plan for 2008. Parliament approved the 48-billion-dollar budget Wednesday. Iraqi lawmakers also approved two other bills. One could free thousands of prisoners under a government forgiveness program. The other bill would set powers for Iraqi area governments. Groups of Iraqi lawmakers have been debating for weeks over linkage between the budget and two other issues.
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It is 15: 30 Universal Time. I'm Bob Doughty in Washington.

[1] The prime minister of Australia has made an historic apology for past mistreatment of the country's aboriginal people. Kevin Rudd spoke in parliament Wednesday. He said past Australian laws and policies caused great suffering among aborigines. Mr. Rudd said his government was expressing sorrow for the harm cause to Australia's native peoples. The prime minister also said the government would work to raise the living conditions of aborigines. Currently, aborigines have a life expectancy of 17 years or less than other Australians.

[2] In East Timor, government lawyers are preparing orders to arrest 18 rebel soldiers. The 18 soldiers are suspected of an involvement in the attacks against the country's two top leaders. Officials did not release details of the suspects. President Jose Ramos-Horta is in serious condition at an Australian hospital after being wounded on Monday. The president had another operation Wednesday. His doctor is hopeful Mr. Ramos-Horta will make a good recovery. Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao was uninjured in a separate attack. The prime minister asked East Timor's legislature to extend emergency rule for ten more days to help reestablish calm. Lawmakers approved the request.

[3] In Malaysia, Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has dismissed parliament to prepare for early general elections. A date for the elections has not been announced. But the vote is expected in March. Mr. Abdullah's five-year term as prime minister was supposed to end in 2009.

[4] The International Red Cross says the number of civilians killed or wounded in Sri Lanka has risen to unspeakable levels. Red Cross officials said violence between the military and Tamil rebels has killed more than 180 civilians since the beginning of the year. They said at least 270 other civilians were wounded in the violence. The head of a Red Cross team in Colombo says many of the victims have been children on their way to and from school.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

[5] Hezbollah officials in Lebanon say a top leader of the group was killed in a bomb attack late Tuesday in Syria. The group reported the death of Imad Moughniyah Wednesday. Hezbollah officials accused Israel of carrying out the bombing. The Israeli government denied any involvement. Israel had accused the Hezbollah leader of plotting a bomb attack 16 years ago at the Israeli embassy in Argentina. That attack killed 29 people. Israel also accused him of plotting the bombing 14 years ago at a Jewish center in Buenos Aires. Many people were killed in that attack.

[6] The Iraqi parliament has approved the government's spending plan for 2008. Parliament approved the 48-billion-dollar budget Wednesday. Iraqi lawmakers also approved two other bills. One could free thousands of prisoners under a government forgiveness program. The other bill would set powers for Iraqi area governments. Groups of Iraqi lawmakers have been debating for weeks over linkage between the budget and the two other issues.
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