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President Bush marked the fifth anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq with a speech today defending the war and warning that a withdrawal would hand victory to terrorists. Mr. Bush acknowledged that the US has paid a high cost in lives and treasure to fight the war. But citing a list of accomplishments the president said the war was necessary. He spoke today at the Pentagon. "Because we acted, Saddam's regime is no longer paying the families of suicide bombers in the Holy Land. Because we acted, Saddam's regime is no longer shooting at American and British aircraft patrolling the no-fly zones and defying the will of the United Nations. Because we acted, the world is better and the United States of America is safer. " Mr. Bush warned that the recent successes in Iraq are fragile and reversible. He said any future US troop withdrawals must not jeopardize security gains.

 

Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber has killed four people and wounded twelve northeast of Baghdad. Police say the woman detonated her explosives-packed vest today near a police patrol in Balad Ruz, in Diyala province. At least one police officer was killed and three were wounded in the attack. Also the US military says its troops accidentally killed at least three policemen and wounded another in an attack in the northern Iraqi province of Kirkuk.

 

US stocks rose in today's early trading after a strong increase on Tuesday. Asian stocks rose today while European share prices were mixed. The rally followed the sixth interest rate cut in six months by the US central bank.

 

Pakistan has seen its first significant transfer of power since last month's nationwide elections. The speaker of the National Assembly, a backer of President Pervez Musharraf, handed over control of the legislative body to a member of the Pakistan People's Party or PPP of the slain former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. VOA correspondent Steve Herman reports from Islamabad.

 

As expected, Pakistan's parliament has selected its first female speaker. Incumbent Chaudhry Amir Hussain, a supporter of President Pervez Musharraf, announced the vote total in the 342-seat National Assembly. "Doctor Fehmida Mirza has received 249 votes. " Parliament members then pounded their open hands on their desks for 30 seconds to applaud Fehmida Mirza of the Pakistan People's Party. The 51-year-old medical doctor and mother of four children is a third-generation Pakistani politician. Her father twice served in the cabinet; her husband was a member of parliament; and her father-in-law was a Supreme Court justice. Mirza's manner of speech and dress evoke images of Benazir Bhutto, the head of the PPP, who was assassinated on the campaign trail less than three months ago. Mirza will be tasked with controlling a legislature where two traditional rivals, Mrs. Bhutto's party and the Muslim League faction of another former Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, have agreed to share power. Steve Herman, VOA News, Islamabad.

 

Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto's son, 19-year-old Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, arrived in Pakistan today. As co-leader of the PPP, he is expected to name a candidate for prime minister next week.

 

The US military in Afghanistan has confirmed the death of two civilians during an operation against insurgents in eastern Khost province. A statement by the US-led coalition said troops came under fire while searching compounds for militants suspected of carrying out bombings and smuggling weapons. The US military said troops returned fire, killing several insurgents and a woman and a boy who were inside a building, from which the militants were shooting. Residents and local Afghan officials say 6 civilians from the same family, 3 men, 2 children and a woman were killed during a raid. A crowd of angry villagers gathered and shouted anti-US slogans after the incident.

 

I'm David Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.

 

 

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President Bush marked the fifth anniversary of the US’s invasion of Iraq with a speech today defending the war and warning that withdraw would hand victory to terrorists. Mr. Bush acknowledged that the US has paid a high cost in lives and treasure to fight the war. But citing a list of accomplishments the president said the war was necessary. He spoke today at the Pentagon.

“Because we acted, Saddam's regime is no longer paying the families of suicide bombers in the Holy Land. Because we acted, Saddam's regime is no longer shooting at American and British aircraft patrolling the no-fly zones and defying the will of the United Nations. Because we acted, the world is better and the United States of America is safer."

Mr. Bush warned that the recent successes in Iraq are fragile and reversible, he said any future US troop withdraws must not jeopardize security gains.

The Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber has killed four people and wounded twelve northeast of Baghdad. Police say the woman detonated her explosives packed vest today near a police patrol in Balad Ruz, in Diyala province. At least one police officer was killed and three were wounded in the attack.

Also the US military says its troops accidentally killed at least three policemen and wounded another in an attack in the northern Iraq province of Kurkuk.

US’s stocks rose in today’s early trading after a strong increase on Tuesday. Asian stocks rose today while European share prices were mixed. The rally followed the sixth interest rate cut in six month by the US central bank.

Pakistan has seen its first significant transfer of power since last month’s nationwide elections. The speaker of the national assembly, a backer of president Pervez Musharraf , handed over control of the legislative body to the member of the Pakistan People’s Party or PPP of the slain former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. VOA correspondence Steve Herman reports from Islamabad.

As expected, Pakistan’s parliament has selected its first female speaker incumbent Chaudhry Amir Hussain, a supporter of the President Pervez Musharraf announced the vote total in the 342-seat National Assembly.

Doctor Fehmida Mirza has received 249 votes.

Parliament members then pounded their open hands on their desks for 30 seconds to applaud Fehmida Mirza of the Pakistan People’s Party. The 51-year-old medical doctor and mother of four children is a third-generation Pakistani politician. Her father twice served in the cabinet; her husband was a member of parliament; and her father-in-law was a Supreme Court justice.

Mirza’s manner of speech and dress evoke images of Benazir Bhutto, the head of the PPP, who was assassinated on the campaign trail less than three months ago. Mirza will be tasked with controlling a legislature where two traditional rivals, Ms. Bhutto’s party and the Muslim lead faction of another former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif have agreed to share power. Steve Herman, VOA news, Islamabad.

Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto’s son, 19 year old Bilawal Bhutto Zardari arrived in Pakistan today. As co-leader of the PPP he is expected to name a candidate for prime minister next week.

The US military in Afghanistan has confirmed the death of two civilians during an operation against insurgents in eastern Khost province. The statement by the US led coalitions said troops came under fire while searching compounds for militants suspected of carrying out bombings and smuggling weapons. The US military said troops return fire, killing several insurgents and a woman and a boy who were inside a building from which the militants were shooting. Residents and local Afghan officials said 6 civilians from the same family, 3 men 2 children and a woman were killed during the raid. A crowd of angry villagers gathered and shouted anti-US slogans after the incident.

I'm Dave Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com
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President Bush marked the fifth anniversary of the US’s invasion of Iraq with a speech today defending the war and warning that withdraw would hand victory to terrorists. Mr. Bush acknowledged that the US has paid a high cost in lives and treasure to fight the war. But citing a list of accomplishments the president said the war was necessary. He spoke today at the Pentagon.

“Because we acted, Saddam's regime is no longer paying the families of suicide bombers in the Holy Land. Because we acted, Saddam's regime is no longer shooting at American and British aircraft patrolling the no-fly zones and defying the will of the United Nations. Because we acted, the world is better and the United States of America is safer."

Mr. Bush warned that the recent successes in Iraq are fragile and reversible, he said any future US troop withdraws must not jeopardize security gains.

The Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber has killed four people and wounded twelve northeast of Baghdad. Police say the woman detonated her explosives packed vest today near a police patrol in Balad Ruz, in Diyala province. At least one police officer was killed and three were wounded in the attack.

Also the US military says its troops accidentally killed at least three policemen and wounded another in an attack in the northern Iraq province of Kirkuk.

US’s stocks rose in today’s early trading after a strong increase on Tuesday. Asian stocks rose today while European share prices were mixed. The rally followed the sixth interest rate cut in six month by the US central bank.

Pakistan has seen its first significant transfer of power since last month’s nationwide elections. The speaker of the national assembly, a backer of the president Pervez Musharraf , handed over control of the legislative body to the member of the Pakistan People’s Party or PPP of the slain former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. VOA correspondence Steve Herman reports from Islamabad.

As expected, Pakistan’s parliament has selected its first female speaker. Incumbent Chaudhry Amir Hussain, a supporter of the President Pervez Musharraf announced the vote total in the 342-seat National Assembly.

Doctor Fehmida Mirza has received 249 votes.

Parliament members then pounded their open hands on their desks for 30 seconds to applaud Fehmida Mirza of the Pakistan People’s Party. The 51-year-old medical doctor and mother of four children is a third-generation Pakistani politician. Her father twice served in the cabinet; her husband was a member of parliament; and her father-in-law was a Supreme Court justice.

Mirza’s manner of speech and dress evoke images of Benazir Bhutto, the head of the PPP, who was assassinated on the campaign trail less than three months ago. Mirza will be tasked with controlling a legislature where two traditional rivals, Ms. Bhutto’s party and the Muslim lead faction of another former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif have agreed to share power. Steve Herman, VOA news, Islamabad.

Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto’s son, 19 year old Bilawal BHutto Zardari arrived in Pakistan today. As co-leader of the PPP he is expected to name a candidate for prime minister next week.

The US military in Afghanistan has confirmed the death of two civilians during an operation against insurgents in eastern Khost province. The statement by the US led coalitions said troops came under fire while searching compounds for militants suspected of carrying out bombings and smuggling weapons. The US military said troops return fire, killing seven insurgents and a woman and a boy who were inside a building from which the militants were shooting. Residents and local Afghan officials said 6 civilians from the same family, 3 men 2 children and a woman were killed during the raid. A crowd of angry villagers gathered and shouted anti-US slogans after the incident.

I'm Dave Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.
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President Bush marked the fifth anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq with a speech today, defending the war and warning that withdraw would hand victory to terrorists. Mr. Bush acknowledged that the US has paid a high cost in lives and treasure to fight the war. But citing a list of accomplishments, the President said the war was necessary. He spoke today at the Pentagon. “Because we acted Hussein’s regime as no longer paying the families of suicide bombers in the holy land, because we acted Hussein’s regime as no longer shooting American and British aircraft patrolling the no fusses and defend the will of United Nations, because we acted the war is better for the United States to be safer. Mr. Bush warned that recent successes in Iraq are fragile and reversible. He said any future US troop withdraws must not jeopardize security gains.

 

Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber has killed four people and wounded 12 northeast of Baghdad. Police say the woman dedevated her explosives packed vest today near a police patrol in * province. At least one police officer was killed and three were wounded in the attack. Also the US military say its troops accidentally killed at least three policemen and wounded another in an attack in the northern Iraqi province of *.

 

US stocks rose in today’s early trading after a strong increase on Tuesday. Asian stocks rose today while European share prices were mixed. The rally followed the six interest rate tightened in six month by the US Central Bank.

 

Pakistan has seen its first significant transfer of power since last month’s nation wide elections. The speaker of the National Assembly that back President Musharraf handed over control of the legislated body to a member of the Pakistan People’s Party or PPP of the slam former Prime Minister Budho. US correspondent Steve Hurman reports from Islamabad. As expected, Pakistan’s Parliament has selected its first female speaker. * , a supporter of President Musharraf announced the vote total in the 342 seat National Assembly. Parliament members panned their open hands on desperate 30 seconds to applaud * of the Pakistan People’s Party, the 51-year-old medical doctor and mother of four children is a third generation Pakistani politician. Her father twice served in the cabinet. Her husband was a member of parliament. And her father-in-law was a Supreme Court justice. * speech and address evocal images of Budho: the head of PPP who was assassinated on the campaign trail less than three months ago. * will be tast with controlling a legislature with two traditional rivals: Ms Budho’s party and the Muslim league faction of another former Prime Minister Shiriff have agreed to share power. Prime Minister Budho’s son 19-year-old * arrived in Pakistan today. As co-leader of the PPP, he is expected to name a candidate for Prime Minister next week.

 

The US military in Afghanistan has confirmed the death of two civilians during an operation against insurgents in eastern * province. The statement by the US led coalition said troops came into fire while searching compounds for militants suspected of carrying out bombings and smuggling weapons. The US military said troops returned fire killing several insurgents and a woman and a boy who were inside a building from which the militants were shooting. Residents and local Afghan officials say six civilians from the same family: three men, two children and a woman were killed during the raid. A crowd of angry villagers gathered and shouted anti-US slogans after the incident.

 

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HOME WORK President Bush marked the fifth anniversary of the US’s invasion of Iraq with a speech today, defending the war and warning that withdraw will hand victory to terrorists. Mr. Bush acknowledged that the US has paid a high cost in lives and treasure to fight the war. But siting a list of accomplishments, the president said the war was necessary. He spoke today in the pentagon, ‘because we acted, SH is no longer paining the families of suicide bombers in the holy land; because we acted, SH is no longer shooting an American in British aircraft but trolling the no flags on and defying the will of United nations; because we acted, the world is better and the United States of America is safer. Mr. Bush warned that recent successes in Iraq are fragile and reversible, he said in the future, US troops’ withdraw must not jeopardize security gains. Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber has killed 4 people and wounded 12 northeast Bagdad. Polices say the woman detonated her explosive-packed vest today near a police patrol in B in D province, at least one police officer was killed and 3 were wounded in the attack. Also the US military says its troops accidentally killed at least 3 policemen and wounded another in an attack in the northern Iraq province of GK. US stocks rose in today’s early trading after a strong increase on Tuesday. The Asian stocks rose today while European share prices were mixed. The rally followed the 6 interest rate cut in 6 months by the US centre bank. Pakistan has seen its first significant transfer of power since last month’s nation-wide elections. The speaker of the national assembly, a backer of president p, handed over control of the legislative body to a member of the Pakistan People’s Party or PPP after the slain former Prime Minister SB. VOA’s correspondent S reports from Islamabad. ‘As expected, Pakistan’s parliament has selected its first female speaker. Incumbent /, a supporter of president /, announced the vote total in a 342 seat national assembly.’ Doctor / has received 249 votes. Parliament members then pounded their open hands on the desk for 30 seconds to applaud / of the Pakistan People’s Party. The 51 year old medical doctor and mother of 4 children, is a 3rd generation Pakistanis politician, her father twice served in the cabinet, her husband was a member of parliament, and her father-in-law was a Supreme Court justice. / ‘s manner of speech, dress, evoke images of B, the head of the PPP, who was assassinated on the campaign trail less than 3 month ago. / will be tasked with controlling a legislature with two traditional rivals. Ms. B’s party and Muslin-led faction of another former prime minister N have agreed to share power. Steve H, VOA news, Islamabad. Prime Minister B ‘s son, 19 year old B arrived in Pakistan today, as co-lead of PPP, he is expected to name / for prime minister the next week. The US military in Afghanistan has confirmed the death of two civilians during an operation against insurgents in eastern H province. A statement by the US-led coalition said troops came under fire while searching compounds for militant susceptive carrying out bombings and smuggling weapons. The US military said troops returned fire, killing several insurgents and a woman and a boy who were inside the building from which the militants were shooting. Residences and local afghan officials say 6 civilians from the same family, 3 men, 2 children, and a woman, were killed during a raid. A crowd of angry villagers gathered and shouted anti-US slogans after the incident.

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President Bush marked the fifth anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq with a speech today defending the war and warning that a withdrawal would hand victory to terrorists. Mr. Bush acknowledged that the US has paid a high cost in lives and treasure to fight the war. But citing a list of accomplishments the president said the war was necessary. He spoke today at the Pentagon. "Because we acted, Saddam's regime is no longer paying the families of suicide bombers in the Holy Land. Because we acted, Saddam's regime is no longer shooting at American and British aircraft patrolling the no-fly zones and defying the will of the United Nations. Because we acted, the world is better and the United States of America is safer. " Mr. Bush warned that the recent successes in Iraq are fragile and reversible. He said any future US troop withdrawals must not jeopardize security gains.

 

Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber has killed four people and wounded twelve northeast of Baghdad. Police say the woman detonated her explosives-packed vest today near a police patrol in Balad Ruz, in Diyala province. At least one police officer was killed and three were wounded in the attack. Also the US military says its troops accidentally killed at least three policemen and wounded another in an attack in the northern Iraqi province of Kirkuk.

 

US stocks rose in today's early trading after a strong increase on Tuesday. Asian stocks rose today while European share prices were mixed. The rally followed the sixth interest rate cut in six months by the US central bank.

 

Pakistan has seen its first significant transfer of power since last month's nationwide elections. The speaker of the National Assembly, a backer of President Pervez Musharraf, handed over control of the legislative body to a member of the Pakistan People's Party or PPP of the slain former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. VOA correspondent Steve Herman reports from Islamabad.

 

As expected, Pakistan's parliament has selected its first female speaker. Incumbent Chaudhry Amir Hussain, a supporter of President Pervez Musharraf, announced the vote total in the 342-seat National Assembly. "Doctor Fehmida Mirza has received 249 votes. " Parliament members then pounded their open hands on their desks for 30 seconds to applaud Fehmida Mirza of the Pakistan People's Party. The 51-year-old medical doctor and mother of four children is a third-generation Pakistani politician. Her father twice served in the cabinet; her husband was a member of parliament; and her father-in-law was a Supreme Court justice. Mirza's manner of speech and address evoke images of Benazir Bhutto, the head of the PPP, who was assassinated on the campaign trail less than three months ago. Mirza will be tasked with controlling a legislature where two traditional rivals, Mrs. Bhutto's party and the Muslim League faction of another former Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, have agreed to share power. Steve Herman, VOA News, Islamabad.

 

Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto's son, 19-year-old Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, arrived in Pakistan today. As co-leader of the PPP, he is expected to name a candidate for prime minister next week.

 

The US military in Afghanistan has confirmed the death of two civilians during an operation against insurgents in eastern Khost province. A statement by the US-led coalition said troops came under fire while searching compounds for militants suspected of carrying out bombings and smuggling weapons. The US military said troops returned fire, killing seven insurgents and a woman and a boy who were inside a building, from which the militants were shooting. Residents and local Afghan officials say 6 civilians from the same family, 3 men, 2 children and a woman were killed during a raid. A crowd of angry villagers gathered and shouted anti-US slogans after the incident.

 

I'm David Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.
 

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President Bush marked the fifth anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq with a speech today defending the war and warning that a withdrawal would hand victory to terrorists. Mr. Bush acknowledged that the US has paid a high cost in lives and treasure to fight the war. But citing a list of accomplishments the president said the war was necessary. He spoke today at the Pentagon. "Because we acted, Saddam's regime is no longer paying the families of suicide bombers in the Holy Land. Because we acted, Saddam's regime is no longer shooting at American and British aircraft patrolling the no-fly zones and defying the will of the United Nations. Because we acted, the world is better and the United States of America is safer. " Mr. Bush warned that the recent successes in Iraq are fragile and reversible. He said any future US troop withdrawals must not jeopardize security gains.

 

Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber has killed four people and wounded twelve northeast of Baghdad. Police say the woman detonated her explosives-packed vest today near a police patrol in Balad Ruz, in Diyala province. At least one police officer was killed and three were wounded in the attack. Also the US military says its troops accidentally killed at least three policemen and wounded another in an attack in the northern Iraqi province of Kirkuk.

 

US stocks rose in today's early trading after a strong increase on Tuesday. Asian stocks rose today while European share prices were mixed. The rally followed the sixth interest rate cut in six months by the US central bank.

 

Pakistan has seen its first significant transfer of power since last month's nationwide elections. The speaker of the National Assembly, a backer of President Pervez Musharraf, handed over control of the legislative body to a member of the Pakistan People's Party or PPP of the slain former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. VOA correspondent Steve Herman reports from Islamabad.

 

As expected, Pakistan's parliament has selected its first female speaker. Incumbent Chaudhry Amir Hussain, a supporter of President Pervez Musharraf, announced the vote total in the 342-seat National Assembly. "Doctor Fehmida Mirza has received 249 votes. " Parliament members then pounded their open hands on their desks for 30 seconds to applaud Fehmida Mirza of the Pakistan People's Party. The 51-year-old medical doctor and mother of four children is a third-generation Pakistani politician. Her father twice served in the cabinet; her husband was a member of parliament; and her father-in-law was a Supreme Court justice. Mirza's manner of speech and dress evoke images of Benazir Bhutto, the head of the PPP, who was assassinated on the campaign trail less than three months ago. Mirza will be tasked with controlling a legislature where two traditional rivals, Mrs. Bhutto's party and the Muslim League faction of another former Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, have agreed to share power. Steve Herman, VOA News, Islamabad.

 

Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto's son, 19-year-old Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, arrived in Pakistan today. As co-leader of the PPP, he is expected to name a candidate for prime minister next week.

 

The US military in Afghanistan has confirmed the death of two civilians during an operation against insurgents in eastern Khost province. A statement by the US-led coalition said troops came under fire while searching compounds for militants suspected of carrying out bombings and smuggling weapons. The US military said troops returned fire, killing seven insurgents and a woman and a boy who were inside a building, from which the militants were shooting. Residents and local Afghan officials say 6 civilians from the same family, 3 men, 2 children and a woman were killed during a raid. A crowd of angry villagers gathered and shouted anti-US slogans after the incident.

 

I'm David Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.

 

我又听了几遍,觉得还是dress,Mirza's manner of speech and dress evoke images of Benazir Bhutto…… Mirza的演讲风格和服饰令人想起Benazir Bhutto……


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President Bush marked the fifth anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq with a speech today defending the war and warning that a withdrawal would  hand victory to terrorists. Mr Bush acknowledged that the US had paid hight cost in lives and treasure to fight the war. But citing a list of accomplishments the president said the war was necessary. He spoke today at pentagon "Because we acted,Saddam's regime is no longer paying the families of suicide bombers in the holy land. Because we acted, Saddam's regime is no longer shooting at American and British aircraft patrolling the no-fly zones and defying the will of the United Nations . Because we acted, the world is better and United States of America is safer "  Mr. Bush warned that the recent successed in Iraq and fragile and reversible . He said any future US troop withdrawals must not jeopardize security gains.

 

Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber has killed four people and wounded twelve northeast of Baghdad. Police say the woman detonated her explosives-packed vest today near a polic patrol in Balad Ruz, in Diyala province. At least one police officer was killed and three were wounded in the attack. Also the US military says its troops accidentally killed at least three policemen and wounded another in an attack in the northern Iraqi province of Kirkuk.

 

US stocks rose in today's early trading after a strong increase on Tuesday. Asian stocks rose today while European share price were mixed. The rally followed the sixth interest rate cut in six months by the US central bank.Pakistan has seen its first significant transfer of power since last month's nationwide elections. The speaker of the national Assembly, a backer  of President Pervez Musharraf, handed over control of the legislative body to a member of the Pakistan People's Party or PPP of the slain former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.  VOA correspondent Steve Herman reports from Islamabad.

 

As expected ,Pakistan's parliament has selected its first female speaker./ a supporter of President Pervez Musharraf,announce the vote total in the 342 seat National Assembly./has receive 249 votes. Parliament members then pounded the open hand on the desks for 30 seconds to applaud for RM of the Pakistan People Party. The 51-year-old medical doctor and mother of four children is a third-generation Pakistani politician.  She father twice service in cabinet ,she husband was a member of parliament and her father in law was supreme court justice.Mirza manner speach  and address evoke images Benazir Bhutto the head of PPP who was assassination on the compaign trail  less than three months ago. Mirza will tasked with controlling a legislature with two traditional ravils Mr Butto's party and Musim league faction and another former prime miniter RM,have agreed to share power,Steve herman VOA news Islamabad.

 

Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto's sun, 19-year-old Bilawlal Bhutto Darry arrived Pakistan today as co-leader of PPP he is expect to name a candidate for Prime Minister next week.


The US military in Afghanistan has comfirm a death two civilianing during operation  against insurgents in eastern khost Province. A statement by the US coalition said troops come under fired while searching compounds for militants suspect for carring out bombing and Smuggling weapons. The US military said troops return fire killed seven insurgents and a woman and boy who were inside building from which the militants were shotting.
residents and local Afghan official said six civilian from the same family ,three men, two children and woman were killed during a rain. A crowed angry villagers gathered and shouted anti-US slogans after accident.

I am David deforst VOA news, more news on the internet at voanews.com

 

楼上的,不是dress ,是address,这个单词本土人发音都发得很快,听起来像dress,出现过很多次了的啦
 

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homework: 23:00 President Bush marked the fifth anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq with a speech today defending the war and warning that withdrawal would hand a victory to terrorists. Mr. Bush acknolwdged that the US has paid a high cost in lives and treasure to fight the war. But citing a list of accomplishments the president said the war was necessary. He spoke today at the Pentagon. Because we react to Saddam's regeme is no longer paying the families of suicide bombers in the holy land. Because we act as Saddam's regeme is no longer shooting at American and British aircraft patraling the no fly zones and define the will of the United Nations because acted to the world is better and the United States of America is safer. Mr. Bush warned that recent successors are fragile and reversable. He said any future US troops withdrawals must not jepritize security gains. Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber has killed 4 people wounded 12 northeast of Bagdad. Police say the woman detonated her explosives packed vest today near a police patral in Balad rules in Diala province. At least one police officer was killed and three were wounded in the attack. Also the US military says its troops accidentally killed at least three policeman and wounded another in an attack in the northern Iraq province of Kikuk. US stocks rose in today's early trading after a strong increase on Tuesday. Asian's stocks rose today while European share prices were mixed. The rally followed the sixth interest rates cut in six months by the US central bank. Pakistan has seen its first significant transfer of power since last month's nationwide elections. The speaker of the national assembly, a backer of president Pervez Musharraf handed over control of the legislative body to a member of the Pakistan People's Party or PPP of the slim former prime minister Benizier Bhuto. VOA correspondent Steve Heman reports from Islamabad. As expected Pakistan's parliament has selected its first female speaker in conbent chargery Amier Hussein, a supporter of president of Pervez Musharraf announced the vote total in the 342 seat national assembly. Doctor family Damizar has received 249 votes. Parliament members then pounded the open hands on the desk for 30 seconds to applaud Fimilium Miaza. of the Pakistan People's Party. The 51 year old medical doctor and mother of 4 children is a third generation Pakistani politician. Her father twice served in the cabinet. Her husband was a member of parliament and her father in law was a supreme court justice. Miaza's manner of speech and dress evoking a Jizz of Benizier Bhuto, the head of the PPP who was assassinated on the campaign trial as three months ago. Miaza will be test with controlling a legislature where traditional rivals. Mrs. Bhuto's party and the Muslim League faction of another former prime minister Nawa Shirrif have agreed to share power. Steve Heman, VOA news, Islamabad. Prime minister Benizier Bhuto have signed 19 year old Diliwa Bhuto's Adari arrived in Pakistan today as co leader of the PPP. He is expected to name a candidate for prime minister next week. The US military in Afghanistan has confirmed the deaths of two civilians during an operation against insurgents in eastern host province. The statement by the US led coalition said troops came under fire while searching compounds for militants suspected to have carried out bombings. and smuggling weapons. The US military said troops return fire killing several insurgents and a woman and a boy who were incide a building from which the militants were shooting. Residents and local Afghan officials say six civilians from the scence family three men two children and a woman were killed during the raid. A crowd of angry villagers gathered and shouted anti US slogans after the incident. I am David Forest, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com. 23:24
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07:53----President Bush marked the 5th anniversary of the US-led invasion in Iraq with a speech today, defending the war and warning that withdrawal would hand the victory to terrorists. Mr. Bush acknowledged that the US has paid a high cost in lives and treasure to fight the war but sighting a list of complishments, the president said the war was necessary. He spoke today in Pentagon.

 

Because we act to Sadam's regime, he is no longer paying the family a suicide bomb within the homeland. Because we act to Sadam's regime , he is no longer shooting at American and British aircarft, patroling the no fleds on the will of the United Nations. Because we act the world is better and the United States of America is safer. Mr. Bush warned that recent successes in Iraq are fragile and reversible. He said any furture US troops withdrawals must  not jeopardize security games.

 

Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber has killed four people and wounded two others northeastern in Baghadad. Police say the woman detonated her explosives packed west today near a police patrol in \ rurals in D province. At least one police officer was killed and three were wounded in the attack. Also the US minitary says its troops accidentally killed at least three policemen and wounded another in an attack in the northern Iraq province of K.

 

US stocks rose in today's early trading after a strong increase on Tuesday. Asia stocks rose today while Europe sharep prices were mixed, the rarely followed the sixth interest rate cut in six months by the US central bank.

 

Pakistan has seen its first significant transfer of power since last month's nationwide elections. The speaker of the national assembly \ of president Pr handed over control of the legislator body to a member of Pakistain People's Party or PPP of the slam fomer prime minister \. VOA Correspondent Steve reports from Islambad.

 

As expected, Pakistan parliament has slected its first femanl speaker in  , a support of President P annouced the vote total in the 342-seat national assembly. Parliament members then pondered the open hands on the 32nd to a plot \ of Pakistan People's Party. The 52-year-old medical doctor and mother of four children is third generation of Pakistanian politican. He father twice served in K. Her husband was a member of parliament. And her father's law was a Supreme Court justice. H's mohter speeches and dresses evoked a \. The head of PPP who a suslected of all the compaign trial less than three month ago. tested with controlling legisture with two traiditional rivals: M party and Muslim leg fraction and other former prime minister  have agreed to share power. Steve , VOA News, Islambadad.

 

Prime minister P arrived in Pakistan today has co-leader of the PPP, he's expected to a candidate for prime minister next week.

 

The US ministary in Afghanistan has confirmed the deaths of two civilians during an opeartion against the surges in eastern host province. The statement by the US-led coalition says troops keep onto fire while searching combats for militants suspected carrying out bombings and smuggling weapons. The US military said troops returned fire killing several surges and a woman and a boy who were inside the building from which the military were shooting. Rsistance and local Aghan officials say six civilians from the same family three men, two children and a woman were killed during the raid. A crowd of angry villages gathered and shouted anti-US slogans after the incident.

I'm David , VOA News. More news on the internet at VOAnews.com.----09:03

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 President Bush marked the fifth anniversary in the US invasion Iraq with speech today, defending the war and warning that withdraw with the head of the victory war against terrorist. Mr Bush acknowledged that US had paid high cost in lives and treasure to fight the war, but citing at least accomplishment, the president said the war was necessary. He spoke today at pentagon.’ Because we acted no longer pay the suicide bombers in the wholly land. Because we are no longer shooting American and British aircrafts. But truly no flier on the fine United Nations, because we acted the war is better and United States of America safer.’ Mr Bush warned that recently successors in Iraq are fragile and reversible and he says any future US troops was draw must be jeopardize.

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President Bush marked the 5th anniversary of the US-led invasion in Iraq with a speech today, defending the war and warning that withdrawal would hand the victory to terrorists. Mr. Bush acknowledged that the US has paid a high cost in lives and treasure to fight the war, but citing a list of complishments, the president said the war was necessary. He spoke today at Pentagon.

 

Because we acted , Sadam's regime is no longer paying the family a suicide bomb within the homeland. Because we acted Sadam's regime is no longer shooting at American and British aircarft, patroling the no flys on ? will of the United Nations. Because we acted the world is better and the United States of America is safer. Mr. Bush warned that recent successes in Iraq are fragile and reversible. He said any furture US troops withdrawals must  not jeopardize security games.

 

Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber has killed four people and wounded twelve northeastern in Baghadad. Police say the woman detonated her explosives pack vest today near a police patrol in \ rurals in D province. At least one police officer was killed and three were wounded in the attack. Also the US military says its troops accidentally killed at least three policemen and wounded another in an attack in the northern Iraq province of K.

 

US stocks rose in today's early trading after a strong increase on Tuesday. Asia stocks rose today while European share prices were mixed, the rally followed the sixth interest rate cut in six months by the US central bank.

 

Pakistan has seen its first significant transfer of power since last month's nationwide elections. The speaker of the national assembly as back of president Pr handed over control of the legislator body to a member of Pakistain People's Party or PPP of the slam fomer prime minister B.Buto. VOA Correspondent Steve reports from Islambad.

 

As expected, Pakistan parliament has selected its first female speaker in common charge of ? , a support of President P annouced the vote total in the 342-seat national assembly. Parliament members then pondered the open hands on the 32nd to a plot familiar ? of Pakistan People's Party. The 52-year-old medical doctor and mother of four children is third generation of Pakistanian politican. He father twice served in cabinet. Her husband was a member of parliament. And her father's in law was a Supreme Court justice. Here is manner of speeches and dresses, he evoked images of the B.Buto ,the head of PPP who was assassinated on the campaign trial less than three month ago.? tested with controlling legisture with two traiditional rivals: Mis Buto’s party and Muslim leg fraction and other former prime minister N have agreed to share power. Steve , VOA News, Islambadad.

 

Prime minister B.Buto’son 19 years old D.Buto arrived in Pakistan today has co-leader of the PPP, he's expected to be named a candidate for prime minister next week.

 

The US ministary in Afghanistan has confirmed the deaths of two civilians during an opeartion against the insurgence in eastern coast province. The statement by the US-led coalition says troops keep onto fire while searching componds for militants suspected carrying out bombings and smuggling weapons. The US military said troops returned fire killing several insurgence and a woman and a boy who were inside the building from which the military were shooting. Rsistance and local Aghan officials say six civilians from the same family three men, two children and a woman were killed during the raid. A crowd of angry villages gathered in ? anti-US slogans after the incident.

 

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President Bush marked the fifth anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq with a speech today defending the war and warning that a withdrawal would hand victory to terrorists. Mr. Bush acknowledged that the US has paid a high cost in lives and treasure to fight the war. But citing a list of accomplishments the president said the war was necessary. He spoke today at the Pentagon. "Because we acted, Saddam's regime is no longer paying the families of suicide bombers in the Holy Land. Because we acted, Saddam's regime is no longer shooting at American and British aircraft patrolling the no-fly zones and defying the will of the United Nations. Because we acted, the world is better and the United States of America is safer. " Mr. Bush warned that the recent successes in Iraq are fragile and reversible. He said any future US troop withdrawals must not jeopardize security gains.

 

Iraqi police say a female suicide bomber has killed four people and wounded twelve northeast of Baghdad. Police say the woman detonated her explosives-packed vest today near a police patrol in Balad Ruz, in Diyala province. At least one police officer was killed and three were wounded in the attack. Also the US military says its troops accidentally killed at least three policemen and wounded another in an attack in the northern Iraqi province of Kirkuk.

 

US stocks rose in today's early trading after a strong increase on Tuesday. Asian stocks rose today while European share prices were mixed. The rally followed the sixth interest rate cut in six months by the US central bank.

 

Pakistan has seen its first significant transfer of power since last month's nationwide elections. The speaker of the National Assembly, a backer of President Pervez Musharraf, handed over control of the legislative body to a member of the Pakistan People's Party or PPP of the slain former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. VOA correspondent Steve Herman reports from Islamabad.

 

As expected, Pakistan's parliament has selected its first female speaker. Incumbent Chaudhry Amir Hussain, a supporter of President Pervez Musharraf, announced the vote total in the 342-seat National Assembly. "Doctor Fehmida Mirza has received 249 votes. " Parliament members then pounded their open hands on their desks for 30 seconds to applaud Fehmida Mirza of the Pakistan People's Party. The 51-year-old medical doctor and mother of four children is a third-generation Pakistani politician. Her father twice served in the cabinet; her husband was a member of parliament; and her father-in-law was a Supreme Court justice. Mirza's manner of speech and dress evoke images of Benazir Bhutto, the head of the PPP, who was assassinated on the campaign trail less than three months ago. Mirza will be tasked with controlling a legislature where two traditional rivals, Mrs. Bhutto's party and the Muslim League faction of another former Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, have agreed to share power. Steve Herman, VOA News, Islamabad.

 

Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto's son, 19-year-old Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, arrived in Pakistan today. As co-leader of the PPP, he is expected to name a candidate for prime minister next week.

 

The US military in Afghanistan has confirmed the death of two civilians during an operation against insurgents in eastern Khost province. A statement by the US-led coalition said troops came under fire while searching compounds for militants suspected of carrying out bombings and smuggling weapons. The US military said troops returned fire, killing several insurgents and a woman and a boy who were inside a building, from which the militants were shooting. Residents and local Afghan officials say 6 civilians from the same family, 3 men, 2 children and a woman were killed during a raid. A crowd of angry villagers gathered and shouted anti-US slogans after the incident.

 

I'm David Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.

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