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1.    At the top of news this hour Afghan President ** has threatened to send troops into areas of Pakistan near its border with Afghanistan.  He said Afghanistan has the right to defend itself against militants to cross to Afghanistan to kill Afghan and coalition troops. Mr. Kazayi spoke to reporters in Kabul. He said he wanted Taliban leaders ** and ** to know that Afghanistan will go after them. In Pakistan, Prime Minister ** said his country will not permit any country to interfere in its national dealings.

2.    President Bush is in Britain for talks with Prime Minister Golden Brown. The two leaders meet on Monday. They are respected to discuss issues that include wars in Iraq, Pakistan and Iran suspected nuclear program.

3.    American Sectary of State ** says Israel is harming peace talks with the Palestinians by building settlements. Mrs. Laise criticized Israel during a news conference with Palestine President ** in the West Bank town of **.  She said Israel’s continuing building settlement destroyed trusts in the peace negotiations. She says the United States will not consider Israeli actions to have any affect on final border decisions. Israel recently announced plans to build 1,300 homes in East Jerusalem. The Palestinians want this city as their future capital.

4.    In Iraq a spokesman for ** Religious leader * says his movement will not anti his own candidates in local elections. He said instead the movement will support independent * in the elections on October first. He said the ** movement would not boycott the elections. Iraqi eighteen provinces will choose governing councils on October first. The Unites States says the act will secure the country by giving more power to local leaders. Iraqi law makers are debating a proposed election measure that could lead to a delayed voting. The measure would ban parties with private armies from taking part in the elections.

5.    International investigators say they have found plans for a nuclear weapon on computers once used in an illegal nuclear weapons business. Pakistan scientist ** ran that business. Investigators say the plans appear similar to a nuclear weapon built and tested by Pakistan ten years ago. But the investigators say they haven’t been able to learn if the plan were ever sold. Mr.** is suspected to have sold nuclear materials to Iran, North Korea and Libya.

6.    Urgency workers in northern Japan have recovered three more bodies from a building destroyed by a powerful earthquake on Saturday. The bodies were found in the wreckage of almost 400 years old **. At least 9 people are known to have dead in the earthquake that shook the ** area. It measured 7.2 in strength. The earthquake caused major landslides that block roads and destroyed bridges. Smaller earthquakes continue to shake the area. The last major earthquake in Japan killed about 6,000 people in the city of ** in 1994.

And you’re listening to this news in VOA Special English.

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And you find us here in VOA Special English at 15:30 Universal Time.

At the top of the world’s news this hour, Afghan President ??? has threatened to send troops into areas of Pakistan near its border with Afghanistan. He said Afghanistan has a right to defend itself against militants who cross into Afghanistan to kill Afghan and coalition troops. Mr. ??? spoke to reporters in Kabul. He said he wanted Taliban leaders ??? and ??? to know that Afghan will go after them. In Pakistan, Prime Minister ??? said his country will not permit anyone to interfere in its national dealings.

President Bush is in Britain for talks with Prime Minister Golden Brown. The two leaders meet on Monday. They are expected to discuss issues that include the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and Iran’s suspected nuclear weapon program.

American Secretary of State ??? says Israel is harming peace talks with the Palestinians by building settlements. Miss Rice criticized Israel during a news conference with Palestinian president ??? in the West Bank town of ???. She said Israel’s continuing building of settlements destroys trust in the peace negotiations. She said United States will not consider Israel’s actions to have any effect on final border decisions. Israel recently announced plans to build 1300 homes in East Jerusalem. The Palestinians want the city as their future capital.

In Iraq a spokesman for the Shiite religious leader ??? his movement will not enter its own candidates in local elections. He said, instead, the movement will support ??? in the voting on October 1st. He said the ??? movement will not boycott the elections. Iraq’s 18 provinces will choose governing council on October 1st. United States as the act will help secure the country by giving more power to local leaders. Iraqi lawmakers are debating on a proposed election measure that could lead to a delay in the voting. The measure would ban parties with private arms from taking part in the elections.

International investors say they have found plans for a nuclear weapon on computers once used in an illegal nuclear weapons business. Pakistani scientist ??? rang that business. Investors say the plans appear similar to a nuclear weapon built and tested by Pakistan ten years ago. But the investors say they have not been able to learn if the plans were ever sold. Mr. ??? is suspected of having sold nuclear materials to Iran, North Korea and Libya.

Emergency workers in northern Japan have recovered three more bodies from a building destroyed by a powerful earthquake on Saturday. The bodies were found in the wreckage of the almost-400-year-old ???. At least nine people are known to have died in the earthquake that shook the ??? area. It measured 7.2 in strength. The earthquake caused major landslides that block and destroy bridges. Smaller earthquakes continue to shake the area. The last major earthquake in Japan killed about 6,000 people in the city of ??? in 1995.

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