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【整理】VOA 2008-03-31 【整理人】奥斯卡尔查尔

 

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I'm Sean Hall from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Zimbabwe's main opposition party has claimed victory in Saturday's general elections, based on the first unofficial returns. MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai was projected to win about 66% of the vote in the capital of Harare, an opposition stronghold. There've been no official results in the elections in which voters chose a new president, parliament and local councils. Incumbent Robert Mugabe is 84 and seeking his sixth term in office.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice calls the government of President Mugabe a disgrace to the people of Zimbabwe and to Africa as a whole. The secretary repeated US concerns about the fairness of the elections, saying Mr. Mugabe has a "very bad record" in that area.

 

Iraq's radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr is calling on his Mahdi Army militia fighters to withdraw from street battles with Iraqi and coalition forces. This is after 6 days of fighting that has killed more than 250 people in Basra, Baghdad and other mainly Shiite areas. Al-Sadr urged his armed followers to leave the streets in the southern city of Basra and all other provinces. He says he made the call because he feels a responsibility to stop the shedding of Iraqi blood.

 

US officials say Israel has agreed to ease some restrictions on Palestinians in the occupied West Bank to help invigorate Middle East peace talks. US officials made the announcement after Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice met jointly with Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad in Jerusalem. Rice says she expects the Israeli roadblocks to be removed very soon. Details from VOA's Jim Teeple in Jerusalem.

 

This is Condoleezza Rice's second trip to the Middle East in less than a month and it comes amid growing pessimism about peace talks begun last year between Israelis and Palestinians following the Annapolis, Maryland Middle East peace conference. Speaking at a news conference with Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, Secretary Rice called for both parties to do more to gain each other's trust. "There is a shared responsibility here for an atmosphere and a reality that can lead to the establishment of a Palestinian state based on security for Israelis and Palestinians alike and economic viability for Palestinians. And so that is what I'm looking to see if we can do." Israeli officials announced on Sunday they will remove a checkpoint that restricts access to the West Bank city of Jericho, and ease access at about 50 smaller checkpoints and roadblocks in the West Bank. Jim Teeple, VOA News, Jerusalem.

 

Iran has summoned the Dutch ambassador to Tehran to protest a Dutch lawmaker's film, saying the Koran incites violence. A representative from Slovenia has also been asked to discuss the matter. Tehran has denounced that film is anti-Islamic and anti-cultural. The president of the European Union issued a statement Saturday saying the film serves no other purpose than to inflame hatred. But the European bloc acknowledged the filmmaker's right to free speech in creating that video.

 

The Pakistani Taliban says it is open to holding talks with the country's newly elected government. A spokesman for the militant group says it's ready to cooperate with the government and bring peace to tribal areas. At the same time though, the spokesman urged Pakistani officials to end their cooperation with US-led forces that are fighting an insurgency in neighboring Afghanistan.

 

Cambodian-born journalist Dith Pran has died of cancer in the US at the age of 65. Dith Pran's real life tale "the Khmer Rouge" was made into a book that inspired the Oscar winning movie "The Killing Fields. "

 

Hope is fading for dozens of miners who've been missing since flood water swept to gemstone mines in northeastern Tanzania early Saturday. Rescue efforts continue today after floods triggered by heavy rain inundated the tanzanite mines of town of Mererani, near Arusha.

 

Sean Hall, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.

 

 


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1. Zimbabwe’s main opposition Party is claimed victory in Saturday's general election based on the first unofficial return. MDC leader Morgan Tsvangiral was projected to win about 77% of the votes in the capital Harare and opposition strong hold. There have been no official result in the election in which voter shows in president, parliament and local consults, in campaign, Robert Mugabe is 84 in seeking his sixth term in office. U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice calls the government of President Mugabe at the square to the people of Zimbabwe and to Africa as a whole, the secretary repeat the U.S. concerns about the fairness of the election saying Mr. Mugabe has a very bad record in an area.
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I'm * from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Zimbabwes main opposition party has claimed victory in Saturday's General Elections based on the first unofficial returns.  NBC leader Morgan Tsvangirai was projected to win about 66% of the vote in the capital of Harare, an opposition stronghold.  There've been no official results from the elections in which voters shows a new President Parliament and local councils.  In cabinet Robert Mugabe is 84 in a  seeking of his sixth term in office.

 

U.S. Secretary of States Condoleezza Rice calls the government of President Mugabe a disgrace to the people of Zimbabwe and to Africa as a whole.  The Secretary repeated U.S. concerns about the fairness of the elections saying Mr.Mugabe has a very bad record in that area. 

 

Iraq's radical shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr is calling on its Mahdi army militia fighters to withdraw from strip battles with Iraqi and coalition forces.  This is after 6 days of fighting that killed more than 250 people in Bsara, Baghdad, and other mainly shiite areas.  Al-Sadr urged his arm followers to leave the streets in the sadr city of Bsara and all other provinces.  He says he made the call because he feels a responsibility to stop the shedding of Iraqi blood. 

 

U.S. officials say Israel has agreed to ease a restrictions on Palestinians in the occupied west bank and to help invigorate mideast peace talks.  U.S. officials made the announcement after Secretary of States Condoleezza Rice met jointly with Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad in Jerusalem.  Race says she expects the Israeli roadblocks to be removed very soon.  Details from VOA's Jim Teeple in Jerusalem. This is Condoleezza Rice 's second trip to the midest in less than a month.  And it comes made growing pessimism about peace talks began last year between Israelis and Palestinians following the Annapolis, Maryland,   Md's peace conference.  Speaking at a news conference with Israel's Foreign Minister zipi Livni Secretary Race calls for both parties to do more to gain each other's trust.  There is a share responsibility here.  For an atmosphere and a reality that can lead to the establishment of a  Palestinian state based on security for Israelis and Palestinians  alike and economic viability for Palestinians.  And so that is what I'm looking to see if we can do.  Israeli officials announced on Sunday they will remove a checkpoint and restrict access to the west bank city of Jericho and ease access at about 50 smaller checkpoints  and roadblocks in the west bank.  Jim Teeple , VOA news, Jerusalem.

 

 

Iran has summoned the Dutch ambassador to Tehran to protest a Dutch lawmaker's film saying the Koran incites violence.  A representative from Slovenia has also be asked to discuss the matter Tehran has denounced that film is anti-Islamic and anti-cultural.  The President of the European Union issued a  statement Saturday saying the film serves no other purpose than to inflame hatred.  But the European blocked acknowledge the filmmakers right to free speech and creating that video. 

 

The Palestinian Taliban says its open to holding talks with the country's new elected government . A spokesman for the militant group says it's ready to cooperate with the government and bring peace to tribal areas.  At the same time though the spokesman urged Palestinian officials to end their cooperation with U.S. led forces that are fighting an insurgency in neighboring Afghanistan.

 

Cambodian born journalist Dith Pran is died of cancer in the U.S. aged 65.  Dith Pran's real life tale "the * rules" was made into a book that inspired the Oscar winning movie "The Killing Fields".

 

Hope is failing for dozens of miners who've been missing since flood water swept through gemstone mines in northeastern Tanzania  early Saturday.  Rescue efforts continue today after a flood triggered by heavy rain *** (实在听不出来) town of * near Arusha.

 

*,VOA news, more news on the Internet at voanes.com.

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2. Iraq's radical Shiite cleric Mataqda Al-Sadr is calling his Mataqda army militia fighters to withdraw from 3 battle s with Iraqi and coalition forces. This after 6 days fighting that has killed 250 people in Basra, Baghdad, and many other Shiite areas. Al-Sadr urges his arm followers to leave the streets in the southern city of Basra and the provinces. He makes the call because he feels responsibility to stop the shedding of Iraqi blood.

 

 

3. U.S. officials say Israel has agreed to ease some restrictions on Palestinian in the occupied west bank to help reinvigorate Middle East peace talks. U.S. officials make the announce after secretary Condoleezza met jointly with Israeli defense minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian prime minister Salam Fayyad in Jerusalem. Rice says she expects the Israeli roadblocks to be removed very soon. Details from voa's Jim Teeple in Jerusalem. This is Condoleezza Rice's second trip to the Middle East in less a month. and it comes met growing pessimism about peace talks last year between Israel and Palestinian following the Annapolis, Maryland, Md's peace conference. Speaking at a news conference with Israeli foreign minister Zipi Livni, Secretary Rice calls for both parties to do more to gain each other's trust. This is a share responsibility here , for an atmosphere and a reality that lead to the establishment of Palestinian state based on security for Israeli and Palestinian's life and economic viability for Palestinians, And so that is what i am looking to see if we can do. Israeli officials announced on Sunday they will remove a checkpoint at restrict access to the west bank city of Jericho and ease access said about 50 smaller checkpoints and roadblocks in the west bank, Jim Teeple, VOA News, Jerusalem.

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4. Iran has summoned a Dutch ambassador to Tehran to protest a Dutch lawmaker's film saying the Koran incites violence. A representative from Slovenia has also been asked to discuss the matter. Tehran has denounced that film has anti-Islamic and anti-cultural. The president of the European Union issued a statement saying the film serves no other purpose than to inflame hatred. The EU's block acknowledges the filmmaker's right to free speech and creating that video.

 

5. The Pakistani Taliban says its open to holding talks with the country's new elective government. A spokesman for the militant group says it is ready to cooperate with the government and bring peace to tribal areas. At the same time, though the spokesman urged Pakistani officials to end their cooperation with U.S.-led forces that are fighting and insurgency in neighboring Afghanistan.

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6. Iran has summoned a Dutch ambassador to Tehran to protest a Dutch lawmaker's film saying the Koran incites violence. A representative from Slovenia has also been asked to discuss the matter. Tehran has denounced that film has anti-Islamic and anti-cultural. The president of the European Union issued a statement saying the film serves no other purpose than to inflame hatred. The eu's block acknowledges the filmmaker's right to free speech and creating that video.

 

 7. The Pakistani Taliban says its open to holding talks with the country's new elective government. A spokesman for the militant group says it is ready to cooperate with the government and bring peace to tribal areas .At the same time, though the spokesman urged Pakistani officials to end their cooperation with U.S.-led forces that are fighting and insurgency in neighboring Afghanistan. Cambodian born journalist Dith Pran has died of cancer in the U.S. at the age 65.Dith Pran's real life tale "the commemorated rules" was made into a book that inspired the Oscar winning movie" the Killing Fields"

 

8. Hope is falling for dozens of miners who've been missing since flood water swept through *mines in northeastern Tanzania early Saturday, rescue efforts continue today flood triggered by heavy rain in an end the day tanned by mine in the town of * near Arusha.

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I'm * from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Zimbabwes main opposition party has claimed victory in Saturday's General Elections based on the first unofficial returns.  NBC leader Morgan Tsvangirai was projected to win about 66% of the vote in the capital of Harare, an opposition stronghold.  There've been no official results from the elections in which voters shows a new President Parliament and local councils.  In cabinet Robert Mugabe is 84 in a  seeking of his sixth term in office.

 

U.S. Secretary of States Condoleezza Rice calls the government of President Mugabe a disgrace to the people of Zimbabwe and to Africa as a whole.  The Secretary repeated U.S. concerns about the fairness of the elections saying Mr.Mugabe has a very bad record in that area. 

 

Iraq's radical shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr is calling on its Mahdi army militia fighters to withdraw from strip battles with Iraqi and coalition forces.  This is after 6 days of fighting that killed more than 250 people in Bsara, Baghdad, and other mainly shiite areas.  Al-Sadr urged his arm followers to leave the streets in the sadr city of Bsara and all other provinces.  He says he made the call because he feels a responsibility to stop the shedding of Iraqi blood. 

 

U.S. officials say Israel has agreed to ease a restrictions on Palestinians in the occupied west bank and to help invigorate mideast peace talks.  U.S. officials made the announcement after Secretary of States Condoleezza Rice met jointly with Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad in Jerusalem.  Race says she expects the Israeli roadblocks to be removed very soon.  Details from VOA's Jim Teeple in Jerusalem. This is Condoleezza Rice 's second trip to the midest in less than a month.  And it comes made growing pessimism about peace talks began last year between Israelis and Palestinians following the Annapolis, Maryland,   Md's peace conference.  Speaking at a news conference with Israel's Foreign Minister zipi Livni Secretary Race calls for both parties to do more to gain each other's trust.  There is a share responsibility here.  For an atmosphere and a reality that can lead to the establishment of a  Palestinian state based on security for Israelis and Palestinians  alike and economic viability for Palestinians.  And so that is what I'm looking to see if we can do.  Israeli officials announced on Sunday they will remove a checkpoint and restrict access to the west bank city of Jericho and ease access at about 50 smaller checkpoints  and roadblocks in the west bank.  Jim Teeple , VOA news, Jerusalem.

 

 

Iran has summoned the Dutch ambassador to Tehran to protest a Dutch lawmaker's film saying the Koran incites violence.  A representative from Slovenia has also be asked to discuss the matter Tehran has denounced that film is anti-Islamic and anti-cultural.  The President of the European Union issued a  statement Saturday saying the film serves no other purpose than to inflame hatred.  But the European blocked acknowledge the filmmakers right to free speech and creating that video. 

 

The Palestinian Taliban says its open to holding talks with the country's new elected government . A spokesman for the militant group says it's ready to cooperate with the government and bring peace to tribal areas.  At the same time though the spokesman urged Palestinian officials to end their cooperation with U.S. led forces that are fighting an insurgency in neighboring Afghanistan.

 

Cambodian born journalist Dith Pran is died of cancer in the U.S. aged 65.  Dith Pran's real life tale "the Khmer Rouge  " was made into a book that inspired the Oscar winning movie "The Killing Fields".

 

Hope is fading for dozens of miners who've been missing since flood water swept through gemstone mines in northeastern Tanzania  early Saturday.  Rescue efforts continue today after a flood triggered by heavy rain inundated town of * near Arusha.

 

*,VOA news, more news on the Internet at voanes.com.

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I’m Shallen Haw from the voa news centre in Washington. Zimbabwe’s main opposition party is claim victory in Saturday’s general election based on the first unofficial returns. NBC’s leader * was said about to win 66% of the vote in the capital of Harare, in an opposition strong hold. There has been no official result in the elections in which voter shows new president, parliament and local councils. In comment, Robert Mugabe in his 84 is seeking his 6th term in office. U.S. secretary of state Condaleezza Rice calls the president Mugabe at the disgrace of the people in Zimbabwe and to Africa as a whole. The secretary repeated U.S. concerns about the fairness of the elections, saying Mr. Mugabe has a very bad record in that area. Iraq’s radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr is calling at its Macdee army militia fighters to withdraw from street battles with Iraqi and coalition forces. This is after 6-days of fighting have killed more than 250 people in Basra, Baghdad and other mainly Shiite areas. Al-sadr urged his armed followers to leave the streets in the southern city of Basra and all other provinces. He says he made the call because he feels a responsibility to stop the shedding of Iraqi blood. U.S. official say Israel has agreed to ease the restrictions on Palestinians in the occupied west bank to help invigorate Middle East peace talks. U.S. officials made the announcement after secretary of state Condaleezza Rice met jointly with Israeli defense minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad in Jerusalem. Rice said she expect the Israeli road blocks to be removed very soon. Details from voa James Tipple in Jerusalem. This is Condaleezza Rice’s second trip to the Middle East in less than a month and comes with a growing pessimism about peace talks begun last year between Israelis and Palestinians following the Annapolis, Maryland Middle East peace conference. Speaking at a new conference with Israel’s foreign minister Zipi Livni, Secretary Rice call for both parties to do more to gain each other’s trust. There is a sheer * here for an atmosphere and reality that can lead to the establishment of Palestinian state base time, security for Israelis and Palestinians alike and economic viability for Palestinians and so that is what I’m looking to see if we can do. Israeli officials announced on Sunday they remove a check point that restricts access to the west bank city of Jerical and ease access of about 50 smaller check points and road blocks at the west bank. Jame Tipple, voa news Jerusalem Iraq has summoned a Dutch ambassador to Tehran to protest a Dutch lawmaker’s film saying the Koran insights violence. A representative from Slovenia has also been asked to discuss the matter. Tehran has denounced that film is anti-Islamic and anti-cultural. The president of the European Union initiated a statement Saturday saying the film serves no other purposes than to inflame hatred. But the European blocked acknowledges the filmmakers write the free speech and creating that video. The Pakistani Taliban says it’s opened to holding talks with the country’s new elected government. A spokesman of the military group says it is ready to cooperate with the government to bring peace to tribal areas. At the same time though, the spokesman urged Pakistan officials to end their cooperation with U.S.-led forces that are fighting insurgency in neighboring Afghanistan. Cambodian-born journalist Pond is died of cancer in the U.S. aged at 65. Mr. Pond’s real-life tale, the * roots, was made in the book that inspired the Oscar winning movie “the killing Fields”. Hope is fading for dozens of miners who has been missing since flood water sweeping through Jamewest mines in northeastern Tanzania Saturday. Rescue efforts continue today after flood triggered by heavy rain invaded intense laid mines of town of * near*.
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I'm * from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Zimbabwes main opposition party has claimed victory in Saturday's General Elections based on the first unofficial returns.  NBC leader Morgan Tsvangirai was projected to win about 66% of the vote in the capital of Harare, an opposition stronghold.  There've been no official results from the elections in which voters shows a new President Parliament and local councils.  Incumbent Robert Mugabe is 84 in a  seeking of his sixth term in office.

 

U.S. Secretary of States Condoleezza Rice calls the government of President Mugabe a disgrace to the people of Zimbabwe and to Africa as a whole.  The Secretary repeated U.S. concerns about the fairness of the elections saying Mr.Mugabe has a very bad record in that area. 

 

Iraq's radical shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr is calling on its Mahdi army militia fighters to withdraw from strip battles with Iraqi and coalition forces.  This is after 6 days of fighting that killed more than 250 people in Bsara, Baghdad, and other mainly shiite areas.  Al-Sadr urged his arm followers to leave the streets in the southern city of Bsara and all other provinces.  He says he made the call because he feels a responsibility to stop the shedding of Iraqi blood. 

 

U.S. officials say Israel has agreed to ease some restrictions on Palestinians in the occupied west bank and to help invigorate mideast peace talks.  U.S. officials made the announcement after Secretary of States Condoleezza Rice met jointly with Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad in Jerusalem.  Race says she expects the Israeli roadblocks to be removed very soon.  Details from VOA's Jim Teeple in Jerusalem.

This is Condoleezza Rice 's second trip to the midest in less than a month.  And it comes made growing pessimism about peace talks began last year between Israelis and Palestinians following the Annapolis, Maryland,   Md's peace conference.  Speaking at a news conference with Israel's Foreign Minister zipi Livni Secretary Race calls for both parties to do more to gain each other's trust.  There is a share responsibility here.  For an atmosphere and a reality that can lead to the establishment of a  Palestinian state based on security for Israelis and Palestinians  alike and economic viability for Palestinians.  And so that is what I'm looking to see if we can do.  Israeli officials announced on Sunday they will remove a checkpoint that restrict access to the west bank city of Jericho and ease access at about 50 smaller checkpoints  and roadblocks in the west bank.  Jim Teeple , VOA news, Jerusalem.

 

 

Iran has summoned the Dutch ambassador to Tehran to protest a Dutch lawmaker's film saying the Koran incites violence.  A representative from Slovenia has also be asked to discuss the matter Tehran has denounced that film is anti-Islamic and anti-cultural.  The President of the European Union issued a  statement Saturday saying the film serves no other purpose than to inflame hatred.  But the European bloc acknowledge the filmmakers right to free speech and creating that video. 

 

The Palestinian Taliban says its open to holding talks with the country's new elected government . A spokesman for the militant group says it's ready to cooperate with the government and bring peace to tribal areas.  At the same time though the spokesman urged Palestinian officials to end their cooperation with U.S. led forces that are fighting an insurgency in neighboring Afghanistan.

 

Cambodian born journalist Dith Pran is died of cancer in the U.S. aged 65.  Dith Pran's real life tale "the Khmer Rouge  " was made into a book that inspired the Oscar winning movie "The Killing Fields".

 

Hope is fading for dozens of miners who've been missing since flood water swept through gemstone mines in northeastern Tanzania  early Saturday.  Rescue efforts continue today after a flood triggered by heavy rain inundated the tanzania mine and town of * near Arusha.

 

*,VOA news, more news on the Internet at voanes.com.

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I'm Shallen Haw from the VOA news center in Washington.

 

Zimbabwe's main opposition party has claimed victory in Saturday's general elections based on the first unofficial returns.NBC leader Morgan Tsvangirai was projected to win about 66% of the vote in the capital Harare,an opposition stronghold.There have been no official results from the elections in which voters choose a president, parliament and local councils.In combat, Robert Mugabe is 84 and is seeking a sixth term in office.US Secretary of State Condaleezza Rice calls the government of President Mugabe as a disgrace to the people of Zimbabwe and to Africa as a whole.The Secretary repeated US concerns about the fairness of the elections,saying Mr.Mugabe has a very bad record in that area.

 

Iraq's radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr is calling his Mahdi army militia fighters to withdraw from street battles with Iraqi and coalition forces.This is after six days of fighting that has killed more than 250 people in Basra, Bagdad and other mainly Shiite areas.Al-Sadr urged his armed followers to leave the streets in the southern city of Basra and all other provinces.He says he made the call because he feels responsibility to stop the shedding of  Iraqi blood.

 

US officials say Israel has agreed to ease some restrictions on Palestinians in its occupied West Bank to help invigorate Middle East peace talks.US officials made the announcement after Secretary of State Condaleezza Rice met jointly with Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad in Jerusalem.Rice says she expects the Israeli road blocks be removed very soon.Details from VOA's Jim Teeple in Jerusalem."This is Condaleezza Rice's second trip to the Middle East in less than a month and she comes to meet growing pessimism about peace talks become last year between Israeli and Palestinians following Annapolis,Maryland Middle East Conference.Speaking at a news conference with Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni,Secretary Rice called for both parties to do more to gain each other's trust."This is a shared responsibility here for an atmosphere and reality that can lead to the establishment of Palestinian state based on security for Israeli and Palestinian alike and economic ability for Palestinians so that is what I'm looking to save if we can do."Israeli officials announced on Sunday they will remove a checkpoint that restricts access to the West Bank city of Jericho and ease access at about 50 smaller checkpoints and road blocks in the West Bank.Jim Teeple,VOA news,Jerusalem."

 

Iran has summoned the Dutch Embassador to Tehran to protest the Dutch lawmaker's film saying the Koran insight violence.A representative from Slovenia has also been asked to discuss the matter Tehran has denounced that film as anti-Islamic and anti- Culture.The president of European Union issued the statement Saturday saying the film serves no other purpose and to inflame hatred.But the European bloc acknowledges the filmmaker's right to free speech in creating that video.

 

The Pakistani Taliban says it's hoping to hold in talks the country's new elected government.The spokesman for the militant group says it's ready to cooperate with the government and bring peace to tribal areas.At the same time,the spokesman urged Pakistani officials to end cooperation with US-led forces that are fighting an insurgency in neighboring Afghanistan.

 

Combodian-born journalist Dith Pran has died of cancer in the US at the age of 65. Dith Pran's real-life tale of the Khmer Rouge was made into a book that inspired the Oscar winning movie,the Killing Fields.

 

Hope is fading for dozens of miners who have been missing since a flood water swept to gemstone mines in Northeastern Tanzania early Saturday.Rescue efforts continue today after floods triggerd by heavy rain inundated / at mines of the town of Mirerani near Arusha.

 

Shallen Haw,VOA news.More news on the internet at voanews.com.

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    I’m Shallen Haw from the VOA News Center in Washington.

    Zimbabwe’s main position party has claimed victory in Saturday’s General Elections based on the first unofficial returns. NBC leader Morgan Tsvangirai was projected to win about 66 percent of the vote in the capital of Harare, a position stronghold. There have been no official results in the elections which voters show a new president parliament and local councils. In cabinet Robert Mugabe is 84 in a seeking of his 6th term in office.

    U.S. Secretary of State Condaleezza Rice calls the government of President Mugabe a disgrace to the people of Zimbabwe and to Africa is a horn. The Secretary repeated U.S.’s concerns about the fairness and of the elections, saying Mr. Mugabe has a very bad record in that area.

    Iraq’s radical Shiite cleric Moktada al-Sadr is calling on its Mahdi army militia fighters to withdraw from strip battles with Iraqi and coalition forces. This is after 6 days of fighting that killed more than 250 people in Basra, Baghdad and other mainly Shiite areas. al-Sadr urged his arm followers to leave the streets in the southern city of Basra and all other provinces. He says he made the call because he feels a responsibility to stop the shedding of Iraqi blood. U.S. officials say Israel has agreed to ease some restrictions on Palestinians in the occupied West Bank to help invigorate Middle East peace talks. U.S. officials made the announcement Secretary of State Condaleezza Rice met jointly with Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad in Jerusalem. Rice says she expects the Israeli roadblocks to be moved very soon. Details from VOA’s Jim Teeple in Jerusalem.

    This is Condaleezza Rice’s second trip to the Middle East in less than a month, and it comes made growing pessimism about peace talks began last year between Israelis and Palestinians following the Annapolis, Maryland, Mideast peace conference. Speaking at a news conference with Israel’s Foreign Minister Zipi Livni, Secretary Rice calls for both parties to do more to gain each other’s trust.        

   “There is a share responsibility here. For an atmosphere and reality that can lead to the establishment a Palestinian state based on security for Israelis and Palestinians alike and economic viability for Palestinians, so that is what I’m looking to see if we can do.”

    Israeli officials announced on Sunday they will remove a checkpoint at the restrict access to the West Bank city of Jericho and ease access at about 50 smaller checkpoints and roadblocks in the West Bank. Jim Teeple, VOA news, Jerusalem.

    Iran has summoned the Dutch ambassador to Teran to protest a Dutch lawmaker’s film saying the Koran * violence. A representative from Slovenia has also been asked to discuss the matter Teran has denounced that film is anti-Islamic and anti-cultural. The President of European Union issued a statement Saturday saying the film serves no other purpose than to inflame hatred. But the European blocked acknowledged the filmmaker’s right to free speech in creating that video.

    The Pakistani Taliban says it’s open to hold talks with the new elected government. A spokesman for the militant group says it’s ready to cooperate with the government and bring peace to the tribal areas. At the same time, though, the spokesman urged Pakistani officials to end the cooperation with US-led forces that are fighting an insurgency in neighboring Afghanistan.

    Cambodian-born journalist * is died of cancer in the U.S. aged 65. *’s real life tale of * rules was made into a book that inspired the Oscar winning movie The Killing Field.

    Hope is failing for dozens of miners who’ve been missing since floodwater swept through gemstone mines in northeast Tanzania early Saturday. Rescue efforts continue to after a flood triggered by heavy rain in an * day * and town of * near Arusha.

    Shallen Haw, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.

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I'm Sean Hall from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Zimbabwe s main opposition party has claimed victory in Saturday's general elections, based on the first unofficial returns. MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai was projected to win about 66% of the vote in the capital of Harare, an opposition stronghold. There've been no official results in the elections in which voters chose a new president, parliament and local councils. Incumbent Robert Mugabe is 84 and seeking his sixth term in office.

 

U. S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice calls the government of President Mugabe a disgrace to the people of Zimbabwe and to Africa as a whole. The secretary repeated U. S. concerns about the fairness of the elections, saying Mr. Mugabe has a "very bad record" in that area.

 

Iraq's radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr is calling on his Mahdi Army militia fighters to withdraw from street battles with Iraqi and coalition forces. This is after 6 days of fighting that has killed more than 250 people in Basra, Baghdad and other mainly Shiite areas. Al-Sadr urged his armed followers to leave the streets in the southern city of Basra and all other provinces. He says he made the call because he feels a responsibility to stop the shedding of Iraqi blood.

 

U. S. officials say Israel has agreed to ease some restrictions on Palestinians in the occupied West Bank to help invigorate Middle East peace talks. U. S. officials made the announcement after Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice met jointly with Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad in Jerusalem. Rice says she expects the Israeli roadblocks to be removed very soon. Details from VOA's Jim Teeple in Jerusalem.

 

This is Condoleezza Rice's second trip to the Middle East in less than a month and it comes amid growing pessimism about peace talks begun last year between Israelis and Palestinians following the Annapolis, Maryland Middle East peace conference. Speaking at a news conference with Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, Secretary Rice called for both parties to do more to gain each other's trust. "There is a shared responsibility here for an atmosphere and a reality that can lead to the establishment of a Palestinian state based on security for Israelis and Palestinians alike and economic viability for Palestinians. And so that is what I'm looking to see if we can do. " Israeli officials announced on Sunday they will remove a checkpoint that restricts access to the West Bank city of Jericho, and ease access at about 50 smaller checkpoints and roadblocks in the West Bank. Jim Teeple, VOA News, Jerusalem.

 

Iran has summoned the Dutch ambassador to Tehran to protest a Dutch lawmaker's film, saying the Koran incites violence. A representative from Slovenia has also been asked to discuss the matter. Tehran has denounced that film is anti-Islamic and anti-cultural. The president of the European Union issued a statement Saturday saying the film serves no other purpose than to inflame hatred. But the European bloc acknowledged the filmmaker s right to free speech in creating that video.

 

The Pakistani Taliban says it is open to holding talks with the country's newly elected government. A spokesman for the militant group says it's ready to cooperate with the government and bring peace to tribal areas. At the same time though, the spokesman urged Pakistani officials to end their cooperation with US-led forces that are fighting an insurgency in neighboring Afghanistan.


Cambodian-born journalist Dith Pran has died of cancer in the U. S. at the age of 65. Dith Pran's real life tale "the Khmer Rouge" was made into a book that inspired the Oscar winning movie "The Killing Fields. "

 

Hope is fading for dozens of miners who've been missing since flood water swept to gemstone mines in northeastern Tanzania early Saturday. Rescue efforts continue today after floods triggered by heavy rain inundated the tanzanite mines of town of Mererani, near Arusha.

 

Sean Hall, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.
 

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I'm Sean Hall from the VOA News Center in Washington.
Zimbabwe s main opposition party has claimed victory in Saturday's general elections, based on the first unofficial returns. MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai was projected to win about 66% of the vote in the capital of Harare, an opposition stronghold. There've been no official results in the elections in which voters chose a new president, parliament and local councils. Incumbent Robert Mugabe is 84 and seeking his sixth term in office.
U. S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice calls the government of President Mugabe a disgrace to the people of Zimbabwe and to Africa as a whole. The secretary repeated U. S. concerns about the fairness of the elections, saying Mr. Mugabe has a "very bad record" in that area.
 
Iraq's radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr is calling on his Mahdi Army militia fighters to withdraw from street battles with Iraqi and coalition forces. This is after 6 days of fighting that has killed more than 250 people in Basra, Baghdad and other mainly Shiite areas. Al-Sadr urged his armed followers to leave the streets in the southern city of Basra and all other provinces. He says he made the call because he feels a responsibility to stop the shedding of Iraqi blood.
U. S. officials say Israel has agreed to ease some restrictions on Palestinians in the occupied West Bank to help invigorate Middle East peace talks. U. S. officials made the announcement after Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice met jointly with Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad in Jerusalem. Rice says she expects the Israeli roadblocks to be removed very soon. Details from VOA's Jim Teeple in Jerusalem.
 
This is Condoleezza Rice's second trip to the Middle East in less than a month and it comes amid growing pessimism about peace talks begun last year between Israelis and Palestinians following the Annapolis, Maryland Middle East peace conference. Speaking at a news conference with Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, Secretary Rice called for both parties to do more to gain each other's trust. "There is a shared responsibility here for an atmosphere and a reality that can lead to the establishment of a Palestinian state based on security for Israelis and Palestinians alike and economic viability for Palestinians. And so that is what I'm looking to see if we can do. " Israeli officials announced on Sunday they will remove a checkpoint that restricts access to the West Bank city of Jericho, and ease access at about 50 smaller checkpoints and roadblocks in the West Bank. Jim Teeple, VOA News, Jerusalem.
Iran has summoned the Dutch ambassador to Tehran to protest a Dutch lawmaker's film, saying the Koran incites violence. A representative from Slovenia has also been asked to discuss the matter. Tehran has denounced that film is anti-Islamic and anti-cultural. The president of the European Union issued a statement Saturday saying the film serves no other purpose than to inflame hatred. But the European bloc acknowledged the filmmaker s right to free speech in creating that video.
The Pakistani Taliban says it is open to holding talks with the country's newly elected government. A spokesman for the militant group says it's ready to cooperate with the government and bring peace to tribal areas. At the same time though, the spokesman urged Pakistani officials to end their cooperation with US-led forces that are fighting an insurgency in neighboring Afghanistan.
Cambodian-born journalist Dith Pran has died of cancer in the U. S. at the age of 65. Dith Pran's real life tale "the Khmer Rouge" was made into a book that inspired the Oscar winning movie "The Killing Fields. "
Hope is fading for dozens of miners who've been missing since flood water swept to gemstone mines in northeastern Tanzania early Saturday. Rescue efforts continue today after floods triggered by heavy rain inundated the tanzanite mines of town of Mererani, near Arusha.
Sean Hall, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.
 

 

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I'm Sean Hall from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Zimbabwe’s main opposition party has claimed victory in Saturday's general elections, based on the first unofficial returns. MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai was projected to win about 66% of the vote in the capital of Harare, an opposition stronghold. There've been no official results in the elections in which voters choose a new president, parliament and local councils. Incumbent Robert Mugabe is 84 and is seeking his sixth term in office.

 

U. S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice calls the government of President Mugabe a disgrace to the people of Zimbabwe and to Africa as a whole. The secretary repeated U. S. concerns about the fairness of the elections, saying Mr. Mugabe has a "very bad record" in that area.

 

Iraq's radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr is calling on his Mahdi Army militia fighters to withdraw from street battles with Iraqi and coalition forces. This is after 6 days of fighting that has killed more than 250 people in Basra, Baghdad and other mainly Shiite areas. Al-Sadr urged his armed followers to leave the streets in the southern city of Basra and all other provinces. He says he made the call because he feels a responsibility to stop the shedding of Iraqi blood.

 

U. S. officials say Israel has agreed to ease some restrictions on Palestinians in the occupied West Bank to help invigorate Middle East peace talks. U. S. officials made the announcement after Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice met jointly with Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad in Jerusalem. Rice says she expects the Israeli roadblocks to be removed very soon. Details from VOA's Jim Teeple in Jerusalem.

 

This is Condoleezza Rice's second trip to the Middle East in less than a month and it comes amid growing pessimism about peace talks begun last year between Israelis and Palestinians following the Annapolis, Maryland Middle East peace conference. Speaking at a news conference with Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, Secretary Rice called for both parties to do more to gain each other's trust. "There is a shared responsibility here for an atmosphere and a reality that can lead to the establishment of a Palestinian state based on security for Israelis and Palestinians alike and economic viability for Palestinians. And so that is what I'm looking to see if we can do." Israeli officials announced on Sunday they will remove a checkpoint that restricts access to the West Bank city of Jericho, and ease access at about 50 smaller checkpoints and roadblocks in the West Bank. Jim Teeple, VOA News, Jerusalem.

 

Iran has summoned the Dutch ambassador to Tehran to protest a Dutch lawmaker's film, saying the Koran incites violence. A representative from Slovenia has also been asked to discuss the matter. Tehran has denounced that film as anti-Islamic and anti-cultural. The president of the European Union issued a statement Saturday saying the film serves no other purpose than to inflame hatred. But the European bloc acknowledged the filmmaker’s right to free speech in creating that video.

 

The Pakistani Taliban says it is open to holding talks with the country's newly elected government. A spokesman for the militant group says it's ready to cooperate with the government and bring peace to tribal areas. At the same time though, the spokesman urged Pakistani officials to end their cooperation with US-led forces that are fighting an insurgency in neighboring Afghanistan.

 

Cambodian-born journalist Dith Pran has died of cancer in the U. S. at age 65. Dith Pran's real life tale "the Khmer Rouge" was made into a book that inspired the Oscar winning movie "The Killing Fields."

 

Hope is fading for dozens of miners who've been missing since floodwater swept through gemstone mines in northeastern Tanzania early Saturday. Rescue efforts continued today after floods triggered by heavy rain inundated the tanzanite mines in the town of Mererani, near Arusha.

 

Sean Hall, VOA News, more news on the Internet at voanews.com.

 

 

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