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European Union Ministers are to meet today to determine how to react to Kosovo's declaration of independence yesterday and the UN Security Council plans to meet again. A number of countries in Europe are uneasy about Kosovo's newly declared independence. Among them is Spain which says it will not recognize the move. Jerome Socolovsky has more.

 

Many Spaniards generally believe their country is a step away from the slippery slope of disintegration. They see the former Yugoslavia as their nightmare scenario. Deputy Prime Minister Maria Teresa Fernández de la Vega already made it clear on Friday that Spain does not support Kosovo's declaration of independence. One commentator's calling it a "Pandora's box". But in the Basque region, the self-ruled government is welcoming the declaration. A spokeswoman says Kosovo offers a lesson on how to resolve separatist conflicts peacefully. Since the 1960s, the Basque group ETA has killed more than 800 people in its fight for independence. The Spanish government has rejected the regional government's proposal for a referendum on self-determination. For NPR News, I'm Jerome Socolovsky in Madrid.

 

A suicide car bomb targeting a Canadian convoy in southern Afghanistan has killed at least 8 Afghan civilians. This attack comes a day after the deadliest suicide bomb attack in Afghanistan since the Taliban was toppled in 2001. The death toll in that attack has now surpassed 100.

 

President Bush continues his visit to Tanzania today. He handed out anti-malaria bed nets in the northern part of the country saying the US is behind efforts to eradicate the disease. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has arrived in Kenya to back mediation efforts to end the political crisis there and the violence that has claimed more than 1000 lives. Rice wants Kenya's president and the opposition to share power, this follows December's disputed presidential vote which the opposition claims was rigged. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports from Nairobi.

 

Washington's considerable diplomatic weight to try to end the political deadlock in Kenya has been welcomed by the mediator Kofi Annan. Pressure from Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice should help the former UN Chief who's trying to get Kenya's rival politicians to agree a power sharing deal and a grand coalition government favored by President Bush. However, Kenya's Foreign Minister Moses Wetangula warned that his country would not accept any agreement imposed from the outside. "Should just be amended to our country, we have our constitution, we have laws, whatever agreement we reached must not be illegal, must not be unconstitutional, and mustn't be dangerous to the people of Kenya." The minister said no one should put a gun to anyone's head. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Nairobi.

 

This is NPR News.

 

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama met with former Democratic rival John Edwards in North Carolina yesterday. Obama and fellow candidate Hillary Clinton have been seeking an endorsement from Edwards. Wisconsin holds Democratic and Republican primaries tomorrow and Hawaii holds its Democratic caucus. Chuck Quirmbach of Wisconsin Public Radio reports.

 

Obama's campaign says a winter storm in Wisconsin forced the cancellation of an event near Green Bay and the Illinois Democrat went to meet with Edwards. Obama says the 2 talked about issues like reducing poverty and helping working and middle-class Americans. "So it was a wide ranging conversation, there wasn't any clear objective. Obviously we will love to have John Edwards's support, but I said that the day after he dropped out. This really was just a chance for us to share ideas." Obama says if he is the Democratic nominee, he would look at John Edwards as a possible running mate or eventually for other posts. Senator Hillary Clinton remained in Wisconsin and will campaign here today while Obama splits his time between Wisconsin and Ohio. For NPR News, I'm Chuck Quirmbach in Milwaukee.

 

Republican presidential hopeful John McCain is widely expected to pick up an endorsement from former president George H. W. Bush today. McCain is to meet with Mr. Bush in Texas and hold a rally tomorrow. Meanwhile, McCain's lone remaining rival for the Republican nomination, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee said again yesterday he is in the campaign to stay and all the way to the party convention if necessary. Wisconsin holds its Republican and Democratic primaries tomorrow.

 

U.S. stock markets are closed for Presidents Day today. In Europe, stock prices rose in early trading.

 

I'm Paul Brown, NPR News in Washington.

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European Union Ministers are to meet today to determine to react to Kosovo's declaration of independence yesterday and UN Security Council plans to meet again. A number of countries in Europe are uneasy about Kosovo's newly declared independence. Among them is Spain which says will not recognize the move. Jerome Socolovsky has more.

Many Spaniards generally believe their country is a step away from the slippery slope of disintegration. They say the former Yugoslavia as their nightmare scenario. Deputy Prime Minister Maria Teresa Fernández de la Vega already made it clear on Friday that Spain does not support Kosovo's declaration of independence. One commentator's calling it a "Pandora's box". But in the Basque region, the self-ruled government is welcoming the declaration. A spokeswoman says Kosovo offers a lesson on how to resolve separate conflicts peacefully. Since the 1960s, the Basque group ETA has killed more than 800 people in its fight for independence. The Spanish government has rejected the regional government's proposal for referendum on self-determination. For NPR News, I'm Jerome Socolovsky in Maldrid.

A suicide car bomb targeting a Canadian convoy in southern Afghanistan has killed at least 8 Afghan civilians. This attack comes a day after the deadliest suicide bomb attack in Afghanistan since the Taliban was toppled in 2001. The death toll in that attack has now surpassed 100.

President Bush continues his visit to Tanzania today. He handed out anti-malaria bednets in the northern part of the country saying the US is behind efforts to eradicate the disease. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has arrived in Kenya to back mediation efforts to end the political crisis there and the violence that has claimed more than 1000 lives. Rice wants Kenya's president and opposition to share power, this follows December's disputed presidential vote which the opposition claimed was rigged. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports from Nairobi.

Washington's considerable diplomatic way to try to end the political deadlock in Kenya has been welcomed by the mediator Kofi Annan. Pressure from Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice should help the former UN Chief who's trying to get Kenya's rival politicians to agree a passion deal and a grand-collision government favored by President Bush. However, Kenya's Foreign Minister Moses Wetangula warned that his country would not accept any agreement imposed from the outside. "It should be * demand to our country, we have constitution, we have laws, what to that agreement will reach must not be illegal, must not be unconstitutional, and must be dangerous to the people of Kenya." The minister said no one should put a gun to any one's head. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Nairobi.

This is NPR News.

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama met with former Democratic rival John Edwards in North Carolina yesterday. Obama and fellow candidate * Hillary Clinton has been seeking an endorsement from Edwards. Wisconsin holds Democratic and Republican primaries tomorrow and Howaii holds its Democratic caucus. Chuck Quirmbach of Wisconsin Public Radio reports.

Obama's campaign says the winter storm in Wisconsin forced the cancellation of * near Green Bay and the ennui Democrat want to meet with Edwards. Obama says the 2 talked about issues like reducing poverty and helping working and middle-class Americans. "So it was a wide ranging conversation, it wasn't any clear objective lobby for John Edwards' support. But I said that on the day of the dropout, this really was just a chance throughout the shared ideas." Obama says if he is the Democratic nominee, he would look at John Edwards as possible running mate or eventually for other posts. Senator Hillary Clinton remained in Wisconsin and will campaign here today while Obama splits his time between Wisconsin and Ohio. For NPR News, I'm Chuck Quirmbach in Milwaukee.

Republican presidential hopeful John McCain is widely expected to pick up an endorsement from former president George. H. W. Bush today. McCain is to meet with Mr. Bush in Texas and hold a rally tomorrow. Meanwhile, McCain's loan-remaining rival for the Republican nomination, former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee said again yesterday he is in the campaign to stay and all the way to the party convention if necessary. Wisconsin holds its Republican and Democratic primaries tomorrow.

US stock markets are close for Presidents Day today. In Europe, stock prices rose in early trading.

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European Union Ministers are to meet today to determine how to react to Kosovo's declaration of independence yesterday and the UN Security Council plans to meet again. A number of countries in Europe are uneasy about Kosovo's newly declared independence. Among them is Spain which says it will not recognize the move. Jerome Socolovsky has more.

Many Spaniards generally believe their country is a step away from the slippery slope of disintegration. They see the former Yugoslavia as their nightmare scenario. Deputy Prime Minister Maria Teresa Fernández de la Vega already made it clear on Friday that Spain does not support Kosovo's declaration of independence. One commentator's calling it a "Pandora's box". But in the Basque region, the self-ruled government is welcoming the declaration. A spokeswoman says Kosovo offers a lesson on how to resolve separatist conflicts peacefully. Since the 1960s, the Basque group ETA has killed more than 800 people in its fight for independence. The Spanish government has rejected the regional government's proposal for a referendum on self-determination. For NPR News, I'm Jerome Socolovsky in Maldrid.

A suicide car bomb targeting a Canadian convoy in southern Afghanistan has killed at least 8 Afghan civilians. This attack comes a day after the deadliest suicide bomb attack in Afghanistan since the Taliban was toppled in 2001. The death toll in that attack has now surpassed 100.

President Bush continues his visit to Tanzania today. He handed out anti-malaria bed nets in the northern part of the country saying the US is behind efforts to eradicate the disease. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has arrived in Kenya to back mediation efforts to end the political crisis there and the violence that has claimed more than 1000 lives. Rice wants Kenya's president and the opposition to share power, this follows December's disputed presidential vote which the opposition claims was rigged. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports from Nairobi.

Washington's considerable diplomatic way to try to end the political deadlock in Kenya has been welcomed by the mediator Kofi Annan. Pressure from Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice should help the former UN Chief who's trying to get Kenya's rival politicians to agree a power sharing deal and a grand coalition government favored by President Bush. However, Kenya's Foreign Minister Moses Wetangula warned that his country would not accept any agreement imposed from the outside. "It should be respected, but to our country, we have our constitution, we have laws, whatover agreement to release must not be illegal, must not be unconstitutional, and mustn't be dangerous to the people of Kenya." The minister said no one should put a gun to anyone's head. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Nairobi.

This is NPR News.

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama met with former Democratic rival John Edwards in North Carolina yesterday. Obama and fellow candidate Hillary Clinton have been seeking an endorsement from Edwards. Wisconsin holds Democratic and Republican primaries tomorrow and Howaii holds its Democratic caucus. Chuck Quirmbach of Wisconsin Public Radio reports.

Obama's campaign says a winter storm in Wisconsin forced the cancellation of an event near Green Bay and the Illinois Democrat went to meet with Edwards. Obama says the 2 talked about issues like reducing poverty and helping working and middle-class Americans. "So it was a wide ranging conversation, there wasn't any clear objective lobby for John Edwards's support. But I said that / the day after he dropped out, this really was just a chance throughout the shared ideas." Obama says if he is the Democratic nominee, he would look at John Edwards as a possible running mate or eventually for other posts. Senator Hillary Clinton remained in Wisconsin and will campaign here today while Obama splits his time between Wisconsin and Ohio. For NPR News, I'm Chuck Quirmbach in Milwaukee.

Republican presidential hopeful John McCain is widely expected to pick up an endorsement from former president George H. W. Bush today. McCain is to meet with Mr. Bush in Texas and hold a rally tomorrow. Meanwhile, McCain's known remaining rival for the Republican nomination, former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee said again yesterday he is in the campaign to stay and all the way to the party convention if necessary. Wisconsin holds its Republican and Democratic primaries tomorrow.

US stock markets are closed for Presidents Day today. In Europe, stock prices rose in early trading.

I'm Paul Brown, NPR News in Washington.
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European Union ministers are to meet today to determine how to react the Kosovo’s declarations of independence yesterday. And UN Security Council plans to meet again. A number of countries in Europe are uneasy about Kosovo’s newly declared independence among them is Spain which says it will nor recognize the move. Jerome Socolovsky has more.

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A suicide car bomb targeting a Canadian convoy in southern Afghanistan has killed at least 8 Afghan surveillances. This attack comes a day after the deadly suicide bomber attack in Afghanistan since the Taliban was toppled in 2001. The death toll in that attack has now surpassed 100.

President Bush continues his visit to Tanzania today. He handed out anti-malaria a bed nets in the northern part of the country saying the U.S. is behind efforts in eradicate the disease. Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice has arrived in Kenya to back mediation efforts to end the political crisis there and the violence that has played more than 1000 lives. Rice wants Kenya’s president in the opposition to share power. This follows December’s disputed presidential vote which the opposition claims was ripped. NPR’s Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports from Nairobi.

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Republican presidential hopeful John McCain has widely expected to pick up an endorsement from former president George H.W. Bush today. McCain has to meet with Mr. Bush in Texas and hold a rally tomorrow. Meanwhile, McCain’s loan remaining rival for the Republican nomination. Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee said again yesterday he’s in the campaign to stay and all the way to the party convention if necessary. Wisconsin holds its Republican and Democratic Primaries tomorrow.

U.S. stock markets are closed for president’s day today. And Europe stock prices rose in early trading.

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European Union Ministers are to meet today to determine how to react to Kosovo's declaration of independence yesterday and the UN Security Council plans to meet again. A number of countries in Europe are uneasy about Kosovo's newly declared independence. Among them is Spain which says it will not recognize the move. Jerome Socolovsky has more.

Many Spaniards generally believe their country is a step away from the slippery slope of disintegration. They see the former Yugoslavia as their nightmare scenario. Deputy Prime Minister Maria Teresa Fernández de la Vega already made it clear on Friday that Spain does not support Kosovo's declaration of independence. One commentator's calling it a "Pandora's box". But in the Basque region, the self-ruled government is welcoming the declaration. A spokeswoman says Kosovo offers a lesson on how to resolve separatist conflicts peacefully. Since the 1960s, the Basque group ETA has killed more than 800 people in its fight for independence. The Spanish government has rejected the regional government's proposal for a referendum on self-determination. For NPR News, I'm Jerome Socolovsky in Madrid.

A suicide car bomb targeting a Canadian convoy in southern Afghanistan has killed at least 8 Afghan civilians. This attack comes a day after the deadliest suicide bomb attack in Afghanistan since the Taliban was toppled in 2001. The death toll in that attack has now surpassed 100.

President Bush continues his visit to Tanzania today. He handed out anti-malaria bed nets in the northern part of the country saying the US is behind efforts to eradicate the disease. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has arrived in Kenya to back mediation efforts to end the political crisis there and the violence that has claimed more than 1000 lives. Rice wants Kenya's president and the opposition to share power, this follows December's disputed presidential vote which the opposition claims was rigged. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports from Nairobi.

Washington's considerable diplomatic weight to try to end the political deadlock in Kenya has been welcomed by the mediator Kofi Annan. Pressure from Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice should help the former UN Chief who's trying to get Kenya's rival politicians to agree a power sharing deal and a grand coalition government favored by President Bush. However, Kenya's Foreign Minister Moses Wetangula warned that his country would not accept any agreement imposed from the outside. "Should just be amended to our country, we have our constitution, we have laws, whatever agreement we reached must not be illegal, must not be unconstitutional, and mustn't be dangerous to the people of Kenya." The minister said no one should put a gun to anyone's head. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Nairobi.

This is NPR News.

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama met with former Democratic rival John Edwards in North Carolina yesterday. Obama and fellow candidate Hillary Clinton have been seeking an endorsement from Edwards. Wisconsin holds Democratic and Republican primaries tomorrow and Howaii holds its Democratic caucus. Chuck Quirmbach of Wisconsin Public Radio reports.

Obama's campaign says a winter storm in Wisconsin forced the cancellation of an event near Green Bay and the Illinois Democrat went to meet with Edwards. Obama says the 2 talked about issues like reducing poverty and helping working and middle-class Americans. "So it was a wide ranging conversation, there wasn't any clear objective. Obviously we will love to have John Edwards's support, but I said that the day after he dropped out. This really was just a chance for us to share ideas." Obama says if he is the Democratic nominee, he would look at John Edwards as a possible running mate or eventually for other posts. Senator Hillary Clinton remained in Wisconsin and will campaign here today while Obama splits his time between Wisconsin and Ohio. For NPR News, I'm Chuck Quirmbach in Milwaukee.

Republican presidential hopeful John McCain is widely expected to pick up an endorsement from former president George H. W. Bush today. McCain is to meet with Mr. Bush in Texas and hold a rally tomorrow. Meanwhile, McCain's lone remaining rival for the Republican nomination, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee said again yesterday he is in the campaign to stay and all the way to the party convention if necessary. Wisconsin holds its Republican and Democratic primaries tomorrow.

US stock markets are closed for Presidents Day today. In Europe, stock prices rose in early trading.

I'm Paul Brown, NPR News in Washington.
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European Union Ministers are to meet today to determine how to react to Kosovo's declaration of independence yesterday. And the UN Security Council plans to meet again. A number of countries in Europe are uneasy about Kosovo's newly declared independence among them is Spain which says it will not recognize the move. Jerome Socolovsky has more.

Many Spaniards genuinely belive their country is a step away from the slippery slippery slope of disintegration. They see the former Yugoslavia as their nightmare scenario. Deputy Prime Minister Maria Teresa Fernández de la Vega already made it clear on Friday that Spain does not support Kosovo's declaration of independence. One commentator is calling it a "Pandora's box". But in the Basque region, the self-ruled government is welcoming the declaration. A spokeswoman says Kosovo offers a lesson on how to resolve separatist conflicts peacefully. Since 1960s, the Basque group ETA has killed more than 800 people in its fight for independence. The Spanish government has rejected the regional government's proposal for a referendum on self-determination. From NPR News I'm Jerome Socolovsky, in Madrid.

A suicide car bomb targeting a Canadian convoy in southern Afghanistan has killed at least 8 Afghan civilians . This attack comes a day after the deadly suicide bomber attack in Afghanistan since the Taliban was toppled in 2001. The death toll in that attack has now surpassed 100.

President Bush continued his visit to Tanzania today , he handed out anti-malaria bed net in the northern part of the country saying the U.S. is behind efforts to eradicate the disease. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has arrived in Kenya to back mediation efforts to end the political crisis there and the violence that has claimed more than a 1000 lifes. Rice wants Kenya's president and the opposition to share power. This follows December's disputed presidential vote which the opposition claims was rigged. NPR's Ofebia Quist-Arcton reports from Nairobi.

Washington's considerable diplomatic weight to try to end political deadlock in Kenya has been welcomed by the mediator Kofi Anan. Pressure from seretary of state Condoleezza Rice should help the former UN chief who is trying to get Kenya's rival politicians to agree a power sharing deal and a grand coalition government. favored by President Bush.

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This is NPR News.

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama met with former democratic rival John Edwards in north Carolina yesterday. Obama and fellow candidate Hillary Clinton have been seeking an endorsement from Edwards. Wisconsin holds democratic and republican primaries tomorrow and Hawaii holds its democratic caucus. Chuck Quirmbach of Wisconsin public radio reports.

Obama's campaign says a winter strom in Wisconsin forced the cancellation of an event near Green Bay. And the illinois democrat went to meet with Edwards. Obama says the two talked about issues like reducing poverty and helping working in middle-class Americans. So it was a wide ranging conversation, there wasn't any clear objective , I've been with John Edward with support what I've said the day after he dropped out . this really was a different chance of shared ideas.

Obama say if he is the democratic nominee he would look at John Edwards as a possible running mate or eventually for other posts. Senator Hillary Clinton remained in Wisconsin and will campaign here today. while Obama splits his time between Wisconsin and Ohio. For NPR News I'm Chuck Quirmbach in Milwaukee

Republican presidential hopeful John McCain has widely accepted to pick up an endorsement from former president George. H. W. Bush today. McCain is to meet with Mr. Bush in Texas and hold a rally tomorrow. Meanwhile McCain's known remaining rival for the republican nomination, former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee said again yesterday he is in the campaign to stay and all the way to the party convention if necessary. Wisconsin holds its repulican and democratic primaries tomorrow.

U.S. stock markets are closed for president's day today , in Europe stock prices rose in early trading. I'm Paul Brown. NPR News in Washington.


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European Union Ministers are to meet today to determine how to react to Kosovo's declaration of independence yesterday and the UN Security Council plans to meet again. A number of countries in Europe are uneasy about Kosovo's newly declared independence. Among them is Spain which says it will not recognize the move. Jerome Socolovsky has more.

Many Spaniards generally believe their country is a step away from the slippery slope of disintegration. They see the former Yugoslavia as their nightmare scenario. Deputy Prime Minister Maria Teresa Fernández de la Vega already made it clear on Friday that Spain does not support Kosovo's declaration of independence. One commentator's calling it a "Pandora's box". But in the Basque region, the self-ruled government is welcoming the declaration. A spokeswoman says Kosovo offers a lesson on how to resolve separatist conflicts peacefully. Since the 1960s, the Basque group ETA has killed more than 800 people in its fight for independence. The Spanish government has rejected the regional government's proposal for a referendum on self-determination. For NPR News, I'm Jerome Socolovsky in Madrid.

A suicide car bomb targeting a Canadian convoy in southern Afghanistan has killed at least 8 Afghan civilians. This attack comes a day after the deadliest suicide bomb attack in Afghanistan since the Taliban was toppled in 2001. The death toll in that attack has now surpassed 100.

President Bush continues his visit to Tanzania today. He handed out anti-malaria bed nets in the northern part of the country saying the US is behind efforts to eradicate the disease. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has arrived in Kenya to back mediation efforts to end the political crisis there and the violence that has claimed more than 1000 lives. Rice wants Kenya's president and the opposition to share power, this follows December's disputed presidential vote which the opposition claims was rigged. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports from Nairobi.

Washington's considerable diplomatic weight to try to end the political deadlock in Kenya has been welcomed by the mediator Kofi Annan. Pressure from Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice should help the former UN Chief who's trying to get Kenya's rival politicians to agree a power sharing deal and a grand coalition government favored by President Bush. However, Kenya's Foreign Minister Moses Wetangula warned that his country would not accept any agreement imposed from the outside. "Should just be amended to our country, we have our constitution, we have laws, whatever agreement we reached must not be illegal, must not be unconstitutional, and mustn't be dangerous to the people of Kenya." The minister said no one should put a gun to anyone's head. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Nairobi.

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Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama met with former Democratic rival John Edwards in North Carolina yesterday. Obama and fellow candidate Hillary Clinton have been seeking an endorsement from Edwards. Wisconsin holds Democratic and Republican primaries tomorrow and Hawaii holds its Democratic caucus. Chuck Quirmbach of Wisconsin Public Radio reports.

Obama's campaign says a winter storm in Wisconsin forced the cancellation of an event near Green Bay and the Illinois Democrat went to meet with Edwards. Obama says the 2 talked about issues like reducing poverty and helping working in middle-class Americans. "So it was a wide ranging conversation, there wasn't any clear objective. Obviously we'd love to have John Edwards's support, but I said that the day after he dropped out. This really was just a chance for us to share ideas." Obama says if he is the Democratic nominee, he would look at John Edwards as a possible running mate or eventually for other posts. Senator Hillary Clinton remained in Wisconsin and will campaign here today while Obama splits his time between Wisconsin and Ohio. For NPR News, I'm Chuck Quirmbach in Milwaukee.

Republican presidential hopeful John McCain is widely expected to pick up an endorsement from former president George H. W. Bush today. McCain is to meet with Mr. Bush in Texas and hold a rally tomorrow. Meanwhile, McCain's lone remaining rival for the Republican nomination, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee said again yesterday he is in the campaign to stay and all the way to the party convention if necessary. Wisconsin holds its Republican and Democratic primaries tomorrow.

US stock markets are closed for Presidents Day today. In Europe, stock prices rose in early trading.

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European Union's ministers are to meet today to determine how to react to Kosovo’s declaration of independence yesterday and the UN Security Council plans to meet again. A number of countries in Europe are uneasy about Kosovo's newly declared independence among them is Spain which says it will not recognize their move. Jerome Socolovsky has more. Many Spanians genuinely believe that their county is a step away from the slippery slope of disintegration. They say the former Solavia as the nightmare scenario. Deputy Prime Minister Maria Teresa Fernández de la Vega already made it clear on Friday that Spain does not support Kosovo's declaration of independence. One commentator is calling it a Pandarus Box. But in the bask region, the self-ruled government is welcoming the declaration. A spokeswoman says Kosovo offers a lesson on how to resolve separatist conflicts peacefully. Since the 1970s, the Bask group has killed 800 in its fight for independence. The Spainish government has rejected the regional government's proposal for referendum on self determination. For NPR News, I am Jerome Socolovsky , In Madrid.

A suicide car bomb targetting a Canadian convoy in southern Afghanistan has killed at least eight Afghan civilians. This attack comes a day after the deadliest suicide bomb attack in Afghanistan since the Taliban was tumbled to in 2001. The death toll in that attack has now surpassed 100.

President Bush continues his visit to Tanzania today. He held it out entire malaria bat nets in the north part of the country, saying the US is behind efforts to eradicate the disease. Secretary of States Condoleezza Rice has arrived in Keyan today to back mediation efforts to end the political crisis there and violence that has claimed more than a thousand lives. Rice wants Keyan's President and the opposition to share power. This follows December's dispute Presidential vote which the oppostion claimed was rigged. NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton reports from Nairobi. Washington's considerable diplomatic wait to try to end the political deadlock in Keyan has been welcomed by the mediator Coffi Annan. Pressures from Secratary of State Condoleezza Rice should help the Former UN chief who is trying to get Keyan's rival politicians to agree a power sharing deal and grant coalition government favored by President Bush. However, Keyan's Foreign Minister Moses Wetangula warned that his country would not accept any agreement imposed from the outside.It should ...that we have a country, we have constitution, we have laws, whatever agreement we reach must not be illegal, must not be unconstitutional, and mustn't be dangerous to the people of Keyan. The minister said no one should put a gun to anyone's head. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, Nairobi.

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Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama met with former Democratic rival John Edwad in North Carolina yesterday. Obama and fellow candidate Hilary Clinton has been seeking an endorsement from Edwads. Wisconsin holds Democratic and Republican primaries tomorrow and Hawaii hold its democratic caucus. John of Wisconsin public radio reports. Obama's compaign says a winter storm in Wisconsin force the cancellation of Green bay and the unoiled democrat want to meet Edward. Obama says the two talk about issues llike reducing property and helping working and middle class Americans. So this was a wide ranging conversation. There wasn't any clear objectives, obviously I love John Edward would support ,but I said,the day after he dropped out. This was really the chance for us to share idea. Obama says if he is the nominee, he will look at John Edward as a possible running mate and eventually for other posts. Senate Hillary Clinton remain in Wisconsin and will compaign here today while Obama splits his time between Wisconsin and Ohio. For NPR News I am in Milwaukee .

Republican presidential hopeful John McCain is widely expected to pick up endorsement from former President George W Bush today. McCain is to meet with Mr. Bush in Taxes and hold the rally tomorrow. Meanwhile McCain’s lone remaining rival for the Republican nomination former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee said again yesterday he is in the campaign to stay and all the way to the party convention if necessary. Wisconsin holds its Republican and Democratic primaries tomorrow.

US stock markets are closed for President's Day today. In Europe, stock prices rose in earlier trading.
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