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It is 15: 30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

 

[1] The United States and Asia's four largest economic powers agreed on a plan to slowly end government aid on fuel prices. China and India may not act anytime soon. Energy ministers from the United States, Japan, China, India and South Korea have been meeting in Aomori, Japan. The five countries use about half the world's oil. They are meeting before a gathering of the Group of Eight and Russia. India and China said they would not take immediate action to end government aid which keeps fuel prices low. India and Malaysia have both raised fuel prices recently to reduce government aid. This sort of government aid is blamed in part for raising world oil prices.

 

[2] Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has blamed the United States for growing financial problems around the world. He says Russia's growing economy could offer an answer. Mr. Medvedev made his comments Saturday at the International Economic Forum in Saint Petersburg. He said the United States has taken on a role in the world economy that is not equal to its real abilities. He said the aggressive policies of the world's biggest economy have caused many people to become poor. Mr. Medvedev said Russia's growing economic power and energy resources could help support the world. He offered to whole hold a world conference in Russia to discuss economic problems.

 

[3] Police in Zimbabwe have detained another opposition lawmaker. Eric Matinenga of the Movement for Democratic Change was arrested again Saturday after being cleared of charges of causing violence earlier this week. On Friday police forced presidential candidate Morgan Tsvangirai to stop campaigning. They detained him for the second time in several days. The MDC says supporters of President Robert Mugabe are trying to frighten party members before the presidential vote later this month. The MDC says more than 60 of its supporters have been killed and hundreds injured in government approved violence.

 

[4] Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has again dismissed media reports that he plans to resign in the coming weeks. He said he is the constitutionally elected president of the country and he is carrying out the duties of his position. However, Mr. Musharraf told reporters in Islamabad Saturday that he might decide to resign in the future if parliament limits presidential powers greatly. The Pakistani leader said he supports the current government and is not interfering in government affairs. It is not clear if his opponents can command the two-thirds vote in parliament necessary to dismiss him from office.

 

[5] American Senator Hillary Clinton is expected Saturday to end her campaign to become the first female president of the United States. She is also expected to announce her support for her Democratic Party opponent Senator Barack Obama. Senator Clinton's campaign office says she will speak to reporters in Washington about the need to unify the party behind Mr. Obama.

 

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It is15:30 Universal Time. I am Steve Ember in Washington.

The United States and Asia’s four largest economic powers agreed on a plan to slowly end government aid on fuel prices. China and India may not act any time soon. Energy Ministers from the United States, Japan, China, India and South Korea have been meeting in Aomori, Japan. The five countries use about half the world’s oil. They are meeting before a gathering of the Group Eight and Russia. India and China said they would not take immediate action to end government aid which keeps fuel prices below. India and Malaysia have both raised fuel prices recently to reduce government aid. This * government aid is blamed in part for raising world oil prices.

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has blamed the United States for growing financial problems around world. He says Russia’s growing economy could offer an answer. Mr Medvedev made his comments Saturday at the International Economic Forum in Saint Petersburg. He said the United States has taken on a road in the world economy that is not equal to its real abilities. He said the aggressive policies of the world’s biggest economy have caused many people to become poor. Mr. Medvedev said Russia’s growing economy power and energy resources could help support the world. He offered to whole hold the world conference in Russia to discuss economic problems.

Police in Zimbabwe have detained another opposition lawmaker. Eric Matinenga of the Movement for Democratic Change was arrested again Saturday after being clear the charges of causing violence earlier this week. On Friday, police forced presidential candidate Morgan Tsvangiari to stop campaigning. They detained him for the second in several days. The MDC says supporters of President Robert Mugabe are trying to threaten party members before the presidential vote later this month. The MDC says more than sixty other supporters have been killed and hundreds injured in government approved violence.

Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has again dismissed media reports that he plans to resign in the coming weeks. He said he is the constitutionally elected president of the country and carrying out the duties of his position. However, Mr. Musharraf told reporters in Islamabad Saturday that he might decide to resign in the future if parliament limits presidential powers greatly. The Pakistani leader said he supports the current government and is not interfering in government affairs. It is not clear if his opponents can command the two-thirds votes in parliament necessary to dismiss him from office.

American senator Hillary Clinton is expected Saturday to end her campaign to become the first female president of the United States. She is also expected to announce her support for her Democratic Party opponent senator Barack Obama. Senator Clinton’s campaign office says she will speak to reporters in Washington about the need to unify the party behind Mr. Obama.

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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I’m Steve Ember in Washington.

 

The United States and Asia’s four largest economic powers agreed on a plan to slowly and government aid on fuel prices. China and India may not act any time soon. Energy ministers from the United States, Japan, China, India, and South Korea have been meeting in Aomori, Japan. The five countries use about half the world’s oil. They are meeting before a gathering of the Group of Eight (G8) end Russia. India and China said they would not take immediate action to end government aid, which keeps fuel prices low. India and Malaysia have both raised fuel prices recently to reduce government aid. This sort of government aid is blamed in part for raising world oil prices.

 

Russia President Dmitri Medvedev has blamed United States for growing financial problems are around the world. He says Russia’s growing economy could offer an answer. Mr. Medvedev made his comments Saturday at the International economic forum in St. Petersburg. He said the United States has taken on a role in the world economy that is not equal to its real abilities. He said the aggressive policies of the world biggest economy have caused many people to become poor. Mr. Medvedev said Russia’s growing economic power and energy resources could help support the world. He offered to her hold a world conference in Russia to discuss economic problems.

 

Police in Zimbabwe have detained another opposition lawmaker. Eric Matinenga of the Movement for Democratic Change was arrested again Saturday after being cleared the charges of causing violence earlier this week. On Friday police forced presidential candidate Morgan Tsvangirai to stop campaigning. They detained him for the second time in several days. The MDC says supporters of President Robert Mugabe are trying to frighten part members before the presidential vote later this month. The MDC says more than 60 are those supporters have been killed and hundreds injured in government approved  violence.

 

Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has again dismissed media reports that he plans resign in the coming weeks. He said he is the constitutionally elected president of the country and he is carrying out the duties of his position. However, Mr. Musharraf told reporters in Islamabad Saturday that he might decide to resign in the future if parliament limits presidential powers greatly. The Pakistani leader said he supports the current government, and he is not interfering in government affairs. It is not clear if his opponents can command the two-thirds vote in parliament necessary to dismiss him from office.

 

American Senator Hillary Clinton is expected Saturday to end her campaign to become the female president of the United States. She is also expected to announce her support for her Democratic Party opponent Senator Barack Obama. Senator Clinton’s campaign office says she will speak to reporters in Washington about the need to unify the party behind Mr. Obama.     

 

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It is 15: 30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

 

[1]The United States and Asia's four largest economic powers agreed on a plan to slowly and government aid on fuel prices. China and India may not act any time soon. Energy ministers from the United States, Japan, China, India, and South Korea have been meeting in Aomori, Japan. The five countries use about half the world's oil. They are meeting before a gathering of the Group of Eight (G8) end Russia. India and China said they would not take immediate action to end government aid, which keeps fuel prices low. India and Malaysia have both raised fuel prices recently to reduce government aid. This sort of government aid is blamed in part for raising world oil prices.

 

[2]Russian President Dmitri Medvedev has blamed the United States for growing financial problems around the world. He says Russia's growing economy could offer an answer. Mr. Medvedev made his comments Saturday at the International Economic Forum in St. Petersburg. He said the United States has taken on a role in the world economy that is not equal to its real abilities. He said the aggressive policies of the world s biggest economy have caused many people to become poor. Mr. Medvedev said Russia's growing economic power and energy resources could help support the world. He offered to whole hold a world conference in Russia to discuss economic problems.

 

[2]Police in Zimbabwe have detained another opposition lawmaker. Eric Matinenga of the Movement for Democratic Change was arrested again Saturday after being cleared the charges of causing violence earlier this week. On Friday police forced presidential candidate Morgan Tsvangirai to stop campaigning. They detained him for the second time in several days. The MDC says supporters of President Robert Mugabe are trying to frighten party members before the presidential vote later this month. The MDC says more than 60 are those supporters have been killed and hundreds injured in government approved violence.

 

[3]Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has again dismissed media reports that he plans resign in the coming weeks. He said he is the constitutionally elected president of the country and he is carrying out the duties of his position. However, Mr. Musharraf told reporters in Islamabad Saturday that he might decide to resign in the future if parliament limits presidential powers greatly. The Pakistani leader said he supports the current government, and he is not interfering in government affairs. It is not clear if his opponents can command the two-thirds vote in parliament necessary to dismiss him from office.

 

[4]American Senator Hillary Clinton is expected Saturday to end her campaign to become the female president of the United States. She is also expected to announce her support for her Democratic Party opponent Senator Barack Obama. Senator Clinton's campaign office says she will speak to reporters in Washington about the need to unify the party behind Mr. Obama.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.
 

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It is 15: 30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

 

[1]The United States and Asia's four largest economic powers agreed on a plan to slowly end government aid on fuel prices. China and India may not act any time soon. Energy ministers from the United States, Japan, China, India, and South Korea have been meeting in Aomori, Japan. The five countries use about half the world's oil. They are meeting before a gathering of the Group of Eight (G8) end Russia. India and China said they would not take immediate action to end government aid, which keeps fuel prices low. India and Malaysia have both raised fuel prices recently to reduce government aid. This sort of government aid is blamed in part for raising world oil prices.

 

[2]Russian President Dmitri Medvedev has blamed the United States for growing financial problems around the world. He says Russia's growing economy could offer an answer. Mr. Medvedev made his comments Saturday at the International Economic Forum in St. Petersburg. He said the United States has taken on a role in the world economy that is not equal to its real abilities. He said the aggressive policies of the world's biggest economy have caused many people to become poor. Mr. Medvedev said Russia's growing economic power and energy resources could help support the world. He offered to whole hold a world conference in Russia to discuss economic problems.

 

[3]Police in Zimbabwe have detained another opposition lawmaker. Eric Matinenga of the Movement for Democratic Change was arrested again Saturday after being cleared the charges of causing violence earlier this week. On Friday police forced presidential candidate Morgan Tsvangirai to stop campaigning. They detained him for the second time in several days. The MDC says supporters of President Robert Mugabe are trying to frighten party members before the presidential vote later this month. The MDC says more than 60 are those supporters have been killed and hundreds injured in government approved violence.

 

[4]Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has again dismissed media reports that he plans resign in the coming weeks. He said he is the constitutionally elected president of the country and he is carrying out the duties of his position. However, Mr. Musharraf told reporters in Islamabad Saturday that he might decide to resign in the future if parliament limits presidential powers greatly. The Pakistani leader said he supports the current government, and he is not interfering in government affairs. It is not clear if his opponents can command the two-thirds vote in parliament necessary to dismiss him from office.

 

[5]American Senator Hillary Clinton is expected Saturday to end her campaign to become the first female president of the United States. She is also expected to announce her support for her Democratic Party opponent Senator Barack Obama. Senator Clinton's campaign office says she will speak to reporters in Washington about the need to unify the party behind Mr. Obama.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.
 

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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I’m Steve Ember in Washington.

 

[1]  The United States and Asia’s four largest economic powers agree on a plan to slowly end government aid on fuel prices. China and India may not act any time soon. Energy ministers from the United States, Japan, China, India and South Korea have been meeting in Aomori, Japan. The five country use about half  the world’s oil. Thay are meeting before a gathering the group of eight and Russia. India and China said they would not take immediat action to end government aid which keeps fuel prices low. India and Malaysia have both raised  fuel prices recently to reduce government aid. This sort of government aid is blamed in part for raising world oil prices.

 

[2] Russian president * has blamed the United States for growing financial problems around the world.  He says Russia’s growing economy could offer an answer. Mr * made his comments Saturday at International Economic Forum in San Petersburg. He said the United States has taken on a role in the world economy that is not equal to its real abilities. He said the aggressive policy of the world’s biggest economy have coursed many people to become poor. Mr * said Russia’s growing economic power and energy resourses could help support the world. He offer to hold the whole world conferece in Russia to discuss economic problems.

 

[3] Police in Zimbabwe have detained another opposition law maker. Eric Martinega of the movement for democratic change was arrested again Saturday after being cleared the charges coursing violents earlier this week. On Friday, police forced president candidate Martinega to stop compaigning. They detain him for the second time in several days. The MDC say support the president Martinega are trying to frighten party members before the presidential vote before this month. The MDC says more than 60 of its suppoters have been killed and hundreds injured in government approved violents.

 

[4] Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has again dismissed media reports that he plans to resign in the coming weeks. He said he is the constitusionally elected president of the country and he is carring out the duties of his position. However, Mr. Musharaff told reporters in Isllamabub Saturday that he might decide to resign in the future if parliament limits the president’s power greatly. The Pakistani leader said he supports the current government and he is not interfering in government affairs. It is not clear if his opponents can commands the two-thirds vote in parliament necessary to dismiss him from the office.

 

[5] American Sanator Hilary Colinton is expected Saturday in her campaign to become the first female president of the United States. She is also expected to announce her support for her Democratic Party opponent Sanator Barack Obama. Sanator Clinton's campaign office says she will speak to reporters in Washington about the need to unifyi the party behind  Mr. Obama.

 

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Homework It is 15:30 Universal Time. I’m Steve Ember in Washington. The United States and Asia’s four largest economic powers agreed on a plan to slowly and government aid on fuel prices. China and India may not act any time soon. Energy ministers from the United States, Japan, China, India, and South Korea have been meeting in Aomori, Japan. The five countries use about half the world’s oil. They are meeting before a gathering of the Group of Eight (G8) end Russia. India and China said they would not take immediate action to end government aid, which keeps fuel prices low. India and Malaysia have both raised fuel prices recently to reduce government aid. This sort of government aid is blamed in part for raising world oil prices. Russia President Dmitri Medvedev has blamed United States for growing financial problems are around the world. He says Russia’s growing economy could offer an answer. Mr. Medvedev made his comments Saturday at the International economic forum in St. Petersburg. He said the United States has taken on a role in the world economy that is not equal to its real abilities. He said the aggressive policies of the world biggest economy have caused many people to become poor. Mr. Medvedev said Russia’s growing economic power and energy resources could help support the world. He offered to her hold a world conference in Russia to discuss economic problems. Police in Zimbabwe have detained another opposition lawmaker. Eric Matinenga of the Movement for Democratic Change was arrested again Saturday after being cleared the charges of causing violence earlier this week. On Friday police forced presidential candidate Morgan Tsvangirai to stop campaigning. They detained him for the second time in several days. The MDC says supporters of President Robert Mugabe are trying to frighten part members before the presidential vote later this month. The MDC says more than 60 are those supporters have been killed and hundreds injured in government approved violence. Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has again dismissed media reports that he plans resign in the coming weeks. He said he is the constitutionally elected president of the country and he is carrying out the duties of his position. However, Mr. Musharraf told reporters in Islamabad Saturday that he might decide to resign in the future if parliament limits presidential powers greatly. The Pakistani leader said he supports the current government, and he is not interfering in government affairs. It is not clear if his opponents can command the two-thirds vote in parliament necessary to dismiss him from office. American Senator Hillary Clinton is expected Saturday to end her campaign to become the female president of the United States. She is also expected to announce her support for her Democratic Party opponent Senator Barack Obama. Senator Clinton’s campaign office says she will speak to reporters in Washington about the need to unify the party behind Mr. Obama.
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 1.The United States and Asia's four largest economic powers agreed on a plan to slowly end government aid on fuel prices. China and India may not act any time soon. Engery ministers from the United States,Japan,China,India and South Korea have beening meeting in Aomori, Japan. The five countries use about half the word's oil. They are meeting before a gathering at a group of eight and Russia. India and China said they would not take immediate action to end government aid which keeps fuel prices low. India and Malaysia have both raised fuel prices recently to reduce government aid. This sort of government aid is blamed in part for raising world oil prices.

 

2. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has blamed the United States for growing financial problems around the world. He says Russia's growing economy could offer an answer. Mr.Medvedev made his comments Saturdy at the International Economic Forum in St.Petersburg.He said the United States has taken on a role in the world economy that is not equal to it's real abilities.He said the aggressive policies of  the world's biggest economy have caused many people to become poor. Mr. Medvedev said Russia's growing economic power and energy resourses could help support the world. He offered to hold a world conference in Russia to discuss economic problems.

 

3. Polices in Zimbabwe had detained another opposition law-maker. Eric * of the movement for democratic change was arrested again Saturdy

after being cleared of charges of causing violence earlier this week. On Friday police forced presidential candidate ** to stop campaining. They detained him for the second time in several days. The MDC says supporters of president Robot* are claimed to frighten party members before the presidential vote later this month. The MDC says more than 60 opponent suporters have been killed and hundreds injuried in government approved violence.

 

4. Pakistani President ** has again dismissed media reports that he plans to resign in the coming weeks. He said he is the constititionly elected president of the country and he is carrying out the duties of his position. However, Mr. Musharraf told reporters in his * Saturdy that

he might decide to resign in the futher if parliament limits presidential powers greatly. The Pakisani leader said he supports the current government and  is not interfering in govenment affairs. It's not clear if his opponents can command the two thirds in parliament necessary to dismiss him from office.

 

5. American senator Hilary Cliton is expected Saturday to end her campain to become the first female president of the United States. She is also expected to announce her support for her damecratic party opponent Sentor  *Obama. Senator Cliton's campaign office says she was speaker to reporters in Washington about the need to unify the damecratic party behind Mr. Obama.

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It is fifteen thirty universial time, I am Steven M in Washington. the united states and asia's four lagerest economic powers agreed on the plan to slowly and end the governmeny aid on fuel prices. china and india may not act any time soon. the energy ministrters from the united states, china, japan and sourth korea have a meeting in / japan. the five countries use about half the world' oil. they are meeting before a gethering of a group of eight end in Russia.india and china said they would not take immediate action to end the government aid, which keeps the fuel prices low. india and M both have raise the fuel prices recently to reduce the governmeny aid. this sort of government aid is blamed in part for a raising of the world oil prices. russia president M has blamed the united states for growing finance problems around the world. he says russia growing economy could offer an answer. M made his comments saturday at international economic forum in st.peters break. he said the united stateshas taken a role in world economy is not equal to its abillities. he said its agreesive policy of the world economy have caused many people to become poor. Mr.M said russia growing economy and energy resource could help and support the world, he offered and held a conference in russia to dicuss the economy problems. police in Jinpapwei have detained another opposition lawmaker. eric / ,a domocratic was arestted again saturday, after being clearly judge causing violence early this week. on friday, police force the presidential candidates to stop compaigning. they detained him for second time in several days. the supporters of M were trying to threaten the party members before the presidential vote later this month. the MBC said more than sixty supporters have been killed and hundreds injured in government approved violence. pakistan president Mosalaf have again dismiss the media report that his plan resign in the coming weeks. he said he is constitutionly elected for the country and he is carrying out the duty of his position. however, Mosalaf told the reporter saturday he might decide to resign in the future if the parliament limits the presidential power greatly. the pakistan leader said he supports the current government and he is not interfering the international affairs. it is not clear that his opponent can demand the two thirds votes in parlimentary necessary to dismiss him from office. american senator hillary cliton is expected saturday to end her campaign to become the first american female president in united states. she is also expected to announce her supporter to her democratic party opponent obamma. senator clinton campaign office said she will speak to the reporters in washington about the need to unify the party behind sentar obamma. you are listenning the news in VOA special english.
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It is 15: 30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

 

[1] The United States and Asia's four largest economic powers agreed on a plan to slowly end government aid on fuel prices. China and India may not act anytime soon. Energy ministers from the United States, Japan, China, India and South Korea have been meeting in Aomori, Japan. The five countries use about half the world's oil. They are meeting before a gathering of the Group of Eight and Russia. India and China said they would not take immediate action to end government aid which keeps fuel prices low. India and Malaysia have both raised fuel prices recently to reduce government aid. This sort of government aid is blamed in part for raising world oil prices.

 

[2] Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has blamed the United States for growing financial problems around the world. He says Russia's growing economy could offer an answer. Mr. Medvedev made his comments Saturday at the International Economic Forum in Saint Petersburg. He said the United States has taken on a role in the world economy that is not equal to its real abilities. He said the aggressive policies of the world's biggest economy have caused many people to become poor. Mr. Medvedev said Russia's growing economic power and energy resources could help support the world. He offered to whole hold a world conference in Russia to discuss economic problems.

 

[3] Police in Zimbabwe have detained another opposition lawmaker. Eric Matinenga of the Movement for Democratic Change was arrested again Saturday after being cleared of charges of causing violence earlier this week. On Friday police forced presidential candidate Morgan Tsvangirai to stop campaigning. They detained him for the second time in several days. The MDC says supporters of President Robert Mugabe are trying to frighten party members before the presidential vote later this month. The MDC says more than 60 of its supporters have been killed and hundreds injured in government approved violence.

 

[4] Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has again dismissed media reports that he plans to resign in the coming weeks. He said he is the constitutionally elected president of the country and he is carrying out the duties of his position. However, Mr. Musharraf told reporters in Islamabad Saturday that he might decide to resign in the future if parliament limits presidential powers greatly. The Pakistani leader said he supports the current government and /he/ is not interfering in government affairs. It is not clear if his opponents can command the two-thirds vote in parliament necessary to dismiss him from office.

 

[5] American Senator Hillary Clinton is expected Saturday to end her campaign to become the first female president of the United States. She is also expected to announce her support for her Democratic Party opponent Senator Barack Obama. Senator Clinton's campaign office says she will speak to reporters in Washington about the need to unify the party behind Mr. Obama.

 

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

 

 

 

 

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    It is 15:30 universal time, i am steve ember in washington.

 

    The United States and asian's 4 largest economic powers agreed an plan to slowly and goverment aid on fuels prices. China and India may not act any time soon. Energy ministrors from United states,Japan,China,India and southKorea have been meeting in OU Japan. The 5 countries use about have/half the world oil. They were meeting before gathering a group of eight and Russia. India and China said they would not take immediate action to end govenment aid which keeps fuel price low. India and Malaysia has both raised fuel price recently to reduce goverment's aid. This short/sort of goverments leads blame in part for raising world oil prices.

 

    Russia President Dmitry Medvedev has blamed United States for growing fiancial problems around world. He says Russia's  growing economic could offer an answer. Mr.Medvedev made his comments Saturday at international economic forum in Sapetersburg. He said the United States has taken on a role in the world economic that is not equal to its real abilities. He said the aggresive policy of world biggest economic have caused many people to become poor.  Mr.Medvedev said Russia's growing economic power and energy resources could help support the world. He offered to hold world conference in Russia to discuss economic problems.

 

    Police in Zimbabuwe have detained another opposition law maker. Eric Martelenge of Movement Democratic Change was arrested again Saturday after being cleared charges of causing violence earlier this week. On Friday police force presidential candidate Morgan Transgrai to stop compaigning. They detaine him for the second time in several days. The MDC says supporters of president Robert Mugaby are trying to threaten/frighten party members before the presidential vote later this month. The MDC says more than 60 of his supporters have been killed and hundreds injured in goverment's approved violence.

 

    Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf has again dismissed media reaports that he plans to resign in the coming weeks. He said he is the constitutionly elected president of the country and carrying out duties of his position. However Mr.Musharaf told reporters in Lamaba Saturday that he might decide to resign in the future if parliment limits presidential powers greatly. The Pakistani leaders said he supports the current goverment and is not interfering in goverment affairs. It is not clear if his opponents can comment 2/3rd vote in parliment necessary to dismiss him from offices.

 

    American Senator Hillary Clinton is expected Saturday to end her compaign to become the first female president of the United States.  She is also expected to anounnce her support for her democratic party opponent Senator Black Obama. Senator Clinton's compaign office said she was speak to reporters in Washington about need to unify party behind Mr.Obama. 

 

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The united states and asia's four lagest economic powers agreed on a plan to slowly end government aid on fuel prices. China and India may not add any time soon. Energy ministers from the united states, Japan, China, India and south korea have been meeting in O. Japan. The five countries use about half world's oil. They are meeting before a gathering at the group of eight Russia. India and China said they would not take immediate action to end government aid which keep few prices low. India and Malaysia have both raised fuel prices to reduce government aid. This sort of governmnet aid is blind in part for raising world oil prices.

Russian president D. has blamed the united states for growing financial problems around the world. He says Russia's growing economy could offer an answer. Mr. M made his comments Saturday at the international economic forum in S. He said the united states has taken on a role on the world economy that is not equal to its real abilites. He said the agressive polies of the biggest world economy have caused many people to become poor. Mr. M said Russia's growing ecnomic power and energy resources could help support the world. He offer to hold the world conference in Russia to discussf economic problems.

Police in Z. has detained another opposition law maker. A. a movement for democratic change was arrested again Saturday after being clear of charges causing violence earlier this week. On Friday police force presidential candiate M. to stop campaigning. They detained him the second time in several days. The MDC says supports of presient M. are trying to frighten party members before the presidential vote later this month. The MDC says more than sixties supporters have been killed and hundreds injured in government proved violence.

Pakinstan president P. has again dismissed medica report that he plans to resign in the coming weeks. He said he is the constitutionally elected president of the country. And he is carrying out the duties of his position. However, Mr. M. told reporters in I. Saturday that he might resign in the future if the parliament limits the presidential powers greatly. The pariliament it supports current government is not interfeering government affairs. It is not clear if its opponants can command 2/3 of the votes in the parliament nesscessay to dissmiss his from office.

American senator H.C. expected Saturday to end her campaign to become the first female president of the united states. She is also to expected to announce her support for her democratic party opponant senator O.B. Sanoter C. campaign office says she is speaking to reporters in Washington about the need to unify the party behind Mr. O.

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The United State and Asia’s four largest economic powers agreed on the plan to slowly end government aid on fuel price. China and India may not act anytime soon. Energy ministers from United States, Japan, China, India and South Korea have been meeting in ? Japan. The five countries use about half the world oil. They are meeting before gathering the group of Eight and Russia. India and china say they will not take immediate action to end government aid which keeps fuel prices low. India and Malaysia have both raise fuel price recently to reduce government aid. This sort of Government aid is blamed in part raising oil prices.

 

Russia President Dmitry Medvedev has blame United States for growing financial problems around the world. He says Russia growing economy could offer and answer. Mr. Medvedev make his comments Saturday at an international economic forum in Saint Petersburg. He said the United State has take on a role in world economy that is not equally to its real abilities. He says the ? policy of the world biggest economy have cause many people to become poor. Mr. Medvedev said Russia growing economic power and energy resources could help support world. He offered to hold the world conference in Russia to discuss economic problems.

 

Police in Zimbabwe have detained another opposition maker, Eric ? have the moment to democratic change arrested again Saturday after been clear the charge of cause violence earlier this week . On Friday police force Presidential candidate Morgan Tsvangirai to stop ?. They detained him for the second time in several days. The MDC says supporters of Presidente Robert Mugabe are try to threaten Party members before Presidential vote later this month. The MDC says more than 60 others supporters have been killed and hundreds injured in government approved violence.

 

Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has against media report that he plan to resign in the coming week. He said he is the constitution elect President in this country and he carry on his duty of this position. However, Mr. Musharraf told the reporters in ? Saturday that he might decide to resign in the future if permanent limit presidential power greatly. The Pakistan leader he support ? government that is not interfering the government’s interface. It is not clear if is opponent can comment two third vote in permanent necessary to dismiss him from the office.

 

merican Senator Hilary Clinton is expected Saturday to in her campaign to become the first female President of the United States. She is also expected to announce her support for her democratic Party opponent Senator Barack Obama. Senator Clinton’s Campaign Office says she will speak in Washington about the lead to unify Party behind Mr. Obama.

 

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