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And hello, everyone. I am Creshon Saunders at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

A very deadly Sunday across Iraq today: four separate attacks targeting troops and civilians has left at least 27 people dead. In one attack, a suicide car bomb exploded at a Baghdad fuel station in a Shiite neighborhood, killing 7 people. In another attack at a military base in Mosul, a suicide bomber detonated a truck loaded with explosives. That blast killed at least 10 soldiers and injured 20 others. The US military put the death toll higher at 12.

 

Pakistani President Musharraf is vowing to support the country’s incoming government. The former army chief attended a military parade in Islamabad in civilian clothes. Pakistan’s parliament will choose the next prime minister Monday. It’s expected to be an opposition leader named Yousaf Raza Gilani, who was jailed after Musharraf seized power back in 1999.

 

It’s a quiet Easter Day on the campaign trail. Senator Hillary Clinton is spending the weekend in New York with her husband Bill. She’s expected to deliver a major policy address in Philadelphia tomorrow.

 

Republican rival Senator John McCain is across the pond still on his world tours, spending the holiday in London.

 

And Senator Barack Obama and his family are heading off on a mini-vacation today. Last week was difficult for the Illinois Senator, but it ended on a high note with a big endorsement from New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson.

 

A Texas family is lucky to be alive after an SUV crashed into their Austin home this weekend. The driver crashed into the living-room while a husband, wife and / daughter were asleep inside the house. Police say the driver blacked out and his foot got stuck on the gas pedal. No one was injured in that crash. The family says speed is a problem in their neighborhood and they want the city to do more to keep people safe.

 

Christians around the world are celebrating Easter today. Huge crowds turned out in the cold and rain as Pope Benedict XVI led an Easter Mass in St. Peter's Square. Followed by his traditional blessing some US troops in Afghanistan attended a special Easter service at their camp in Kabul this morning. The chaplain said the service would help the soldiers deal with the dangers they face everyday.

 

Those are the headlines / this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV, or when you are on the go.

 

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And hello, everyone. I am Creshon Saunders at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

1.A very deadly Sunday across Iraq today: four separate attacks targeting troops and civilians has left at least 27 people dead. In one attack, a suicide car bomb exploded at a Baghdad fuel station in a Shiite neighborhood, killing 7 people. In another attack at a military base in Mosul, a suicide bomber detonated a truck loaded with explosives. That blast killed at least 10 soldiers and injured 20 others. The US military put the death toll higher at 12.

2.Pakistani President Musharraf is vowing to support the country's incoming government. The former army chief attended a military parade in Islamabad in civilian clothes. Pakistan's parliament will choose the next prime minister Monday. It's expected to be an opposition leader named Yousaf Raza Gilani, who was jailed after Musharraf seized power back in 1999.

3.It's a quasi Easter Day on the campaign trail. Senator Hillary Clinton is spending the weekend in New York with her husband Bill. She's expected to deliver a major policy address in Philadelphia tomorrow. Republican rival Senator John McCain is across the pond still on his world tour, spending the holiday in London. And Senator Barack Obama and his family are heading off on a mini-vacation today. Last week was difficult for the Illinois Senator, but it ended on a high note with a big endorsement from New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson.

4.A Texas family is lucky to be alive after an SUV crashed into their Austin home this weekend. The driver crashed into the living-room while a husband, wife and the daughter were asleep inside the house. Police say the driver blacked out and his foot got stuck on the gas pedal. No one was injured in that crash. The family says speed is a problem in their neighborhood and they want the city to do more to keep people safe.

5.Christians around the world are celebrating Easter today. Huge crowds turned out in the cold and rain as Pope Benedict XVI led an Easter Mass in St. Peter's Square, followed by his traditional blessing. Some US troops in Afghanistan attended a special Easter service at their camp in Kabul this morning. The chaplain said the service would help the soldiers deal with the dangers they face everyday.

Those are the headlines this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV, or when you are on the go.

1.detonate  v  引爆

2.quasi   adj  类似的, 准的

3.pond  n  池塘  v.筑成池塘

4.black out  v  灯火管制, 熄灯, 停止, 中断

5.pedal  n  踏板  v....的踏板

6.Kabul  n  喀布尔(阿富汗的首都)

7.chaplain  n  (私人、社团、医院、监狱、贵族、私人教堂、军中等的)牧师

 

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Hello everyone ,I’m Creshon Saunders at the CNN center in Atlanta .Here is what’s happening now in the news.

 

A very deadly Sunday across Iraq today, four separate attacks targeting troops and civilians have left at least 27 people dead. In one attack, a suicide car  bomb exploded at a Baghdad fuel station in the Shiite neighborhood killing 7 people . In another attack at the military base in Mosui, A suicide bomber detonated the truck loaded with explosive, that blast killed at least 10 soldiers and injured 20 others. The US military put the death toll higher at 12.

 

Pakistani president Musharraf is vowing to support the country’s in coming government .The former Army chief attended a military parade in Islamabad in civilian close. Pakistan’s Parliament will choose the next prime minister Monday. It’s expected to be opposition leader named U who was jailed after Musharraf seize the power back in 1999.

 

It’s a quiet Easter day on the campaign trail, Senator Hillary Clinton is spending holiday in New York with her husband Bill. She is expected to deliver a major policy address in Philadelphia tomorrow. Republican rival senator John McCain is across the pung, filling his world tour spending the holiday in London, and senator Barack Obama and his family are heading off on a mini vacation today .Last week was difficult for the Illinois senator , but it ended on the high note with a big endorsement from New Mexico governor Bill Richardson

 

A Taxes family is lucky to be alive after an a crashed into their awesome home this weekend. The driver crashed into the living room while a husband, wife and daughter were asleep inside the house. Police said the driver blacked out his foot on the gas pedal. No one was injured in that crash. The family said the speed is a problem in their neighborhood and want city to do more to keep people safe.

 

Christian around world are celebrating Easter today. Huge crowd turned out the cold and rainy as Pope Benedict, the 16th led ?? in Saint Peter Square followed by his traditional blessing , Some US troops in Afghan attended the special Easter service at their camp ? this morning. The chaplain said the service would help soldiers deal with the dangers they face everyday.

 

Those are headlines of this hour for more on this story and other news of the day, CNN is your source on line, on TV or when you on the go.  

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A very deadly Sunday across Iraq today, 4 separate attacks targeting troops and civilians has left at least 27 people dead. In 1 attack, a suicide car bomb exploded at a Baghdad fuel station in a Shiite neighborhood, killing 7 people. In another attack at a military base in Mosul, a suicide bomber detonated a truck loaded with explosives. That blast killed at least 10 soldiers and injured 20 others. The U.S. military put the death toll higher at 12.

 

Pakistani President Musharraf is vowing to support the country’s incoming government. The former army chief attended a military parade in Islamabad in civilian clothes. Pakistan’s parliamentary will choose the next prime minister Monday. It is expected to be an opposition leader named Yousaf Raza Gilani, who was jailed after Musharraf seized power back in 1999.

 

It’s a quite Easter day on the campaign trail. Senator Hillary Clinton is spending the weekend in New York with her husband Bill. She is expected to deliver a major policy address in Philadelphia tomorrow. Republican rival, Senator John McCain, is across the pond still on his world tours, spending the holiday in London. And Senator Barak Obama and his family are heading off on a mini vacation today. Last wee was difficult Illinois senator, but it ended on a high note with a big endorsement from New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson.

 

A Texas family is lucky to be alive after an SUV crashed into their Austin home this weekend. The driver crashed into the living the room while a husband, wife and the daughter were asleep inside the house. Police say the driver blacked out and his foot got stuck on the gas pedal. No one was injured in that crash. The family says speed is a problem in their neighborhood and they want the city to do more to keep people safe.

 

Christians around the world are celebrating Easter today. Huge crowds turned out in the cold and rain as Pope Benedict XVI led an Easter Mass in St. Peter's Square, followed by his traditional blessing. Some U.S. troops in Afghanistan had attended special Easter service at their camp in Kabul this morning. The chaplain said the service would help soldiers deal with the dangers they face every day.

 

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And hello, everyone. I am Creshon Saunders at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

A very deadly Sunday across Iraq today: four separate attacks targeting troops and civilians has left at least 27 people dead. In one attack, a suicide car bomb exploded at a Baghdad fuel station in a Shiite neighborhood, killing 7 people. In another attack at a military base in Mosul, a suicide bomber detonated a truck loaded with explosives. That blast killed at least 10 soldiers and injured 20 others. The US military put the death toll higher at 12.

 

Pakistani President Musharraf is vowing to support the country's incoming government. The former army chief attended a military parade in Islamabad in civilian clothes. Pakistan's parliament will choose the next prime minister Monday. It's expected to be an opposition leader named Yousaf Raza Gilani, who was jailed after Musharraf seized power back in 1999.

 

It's a quasi Easter Day on the campaign trail. Senator Hillary Clinton is spending the weekend in New York with her husband Bill. She's expected to deliver a major policy address in Philadelphia tomorrow. Republican rival Senator John McCain is across the pond still on his world tours, spending the holiday in London. And Senator Barack Obama and his family are heading off on a mini-vacation today. Last week was difficult for the Illinois Senator, but it ended on a high note with a big endorsement from New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson.

 

A Texas family is lucky to be alive after an SUV crashed into their Austin home this weekend. The driver crashed into the living-room while a husband, wife and the daughter were asleep inside the house. Police say the driver blacked out and his foot got stuck on the gas pedal. No one was injured in that crash. The family says speed is a problem in their neighborhood and they want the city to do more to keep people safe.

 

Christians around the world are celebrating Easter today. Huge crowds turned out in the cold and rain as Pope Benedict XVI led an Easter Mass in St. Peter's Square, followed by his traditional blessing. Some US troops in Afghanistan attended a special Easter service at their camp in Kabul this morning. The chaplain said the service would help the soldiers deal with the dangers they face everyday.

 

Those are the headlines this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV, or when you are on the go.

 

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And hello, everyone. I am Creshon Saunders at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

A very deadly Sunday across Iraq today: four separate attacks targeting troops and civilians has left at least 27 people dead. In one attack, a suicide car bomb exploded at a Baghdad fuel station in a Shiite neighborhood, killing 7 people. In another attack at a military base in Mosul, a suicide bomber detonated a truck loaded with explosives. That blast killed at least 10 soldiers and injured 20 others. The US military put the death toll higher at 12.

 

Pakistani President Musharraf is vowing to support the country's incoming government. The former army chief attended a military parade in Islamabad in civilian clothes. Pakistan's parliament will choose the next prime minister Monday. It's expected to be an opposition leader named Yousaf Raza Gilani, who was jailed after Musharraf seized power back in 1999.

 

It's a quasi Easter Day on the campaign trail. Senator Hillary Clinton is spending the weekend in New York with her husband Bill. She's expected to deliver a major policy address in Philadelphia tomorrow. Republican rival Senator John McCain is across the pond still on his world tour, spending the holiday in London. And Senator Barack Obama and his family are heading off on a mini-vacation today. Last week was difficult for the Illinois Senator, but it ended on a high note with a big endorsement from New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson.

 

A Texas family is lucky to be alive after an SUV crashed into their Austin home this weekend. The driver crashed into the living-room while a husband, wife and the daughter were asleep inside the house. Police say the driver blacked out and his foot got stuck on the gas pedal. No one was injured in that crash. The family says speed is a problem in their neighborhood and they want the city to do more to keep people safe.

 

Christians around the world are celebrating Easter today. Huge crowds turned out in the cold and rain as Pope Benedict XVI led an Easter Mass in St. Peter's Square, followed by his traditional blessing. Some US troops in Afghanistan attended a special Easter service at their camp in Kabul this morning. The chaplain said the service would help the soldiers deal with the dangers they face everyday.

 

Those are the headlines this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV, or when you are on the go.

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