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【整理】VOA 2008-06-26                     【整理人】omkys

 

 

From the VOA News Centre in Washington, I'm Robert Burns.

 

 

Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has called for a greater African involvement in Zimbabwe's election crisis. VOA's Delia Robertson reports from our southern Africa bureau, that the Movement for Democratic Change leader added his voice to growing calls for a transitional authority in his country.

 

Morgan Tsvangirai briefly emerged from his refuge at the Dutch Embassy and told reporters in Harare that the crisis in Zimbabwe demands greater African involvement, supported by armed peacekeepers.

 

"I am asking the African Union and SADC to lead an expanded initiative supported by the United Nations to manage what I will call a transitional process. We are proposing that the AU facilitation team comprising eminent Africans set up a transitional period which takes into account will of the people of Zimbabwean as exercised on the 29th of March."

 

Tsvangirai listed four requirements for a transitional program, but top of his list was an end to state-sponsored violence. "The violence must stop."

 

President Robert Mugabe continues to insist the presidential runoff poll will be held Friday as planned, even though Mr. Tsvangirai has withdrawn from the race.  Tsvangirai said he remains convinced his decision to withdraw was the right and he again said he believes the election will be an illegitimate sham." Delia Robertson, VOA News, Johannesburg.

 

 

Saudi Arabia's Interior Ministry says authorities have disrupted terrorist attack plans targeting the kingdom's oil industry and arrested more than 700 militants in a year-long series of raids aimed at al-Qaida members and supporters. Authorities say some were later released. But 520 people including militants from North Africa, Asia, Afghanistan and Iraq remain in custody.

 

 

US officials say Washington has prepared to lift sanctions against North Korea and remove it from a terrorism blacklist, if it hands over a long delayed accounting of its nuclear programs as expected on Thursday. Speaking with reporters, State Department Spokesman Tom Casey said that if the declaration is submitted to Chinese-sponsors of the six-nation talks that Pyongyang has promised the US will fulfill its side of the deal. Washington side of the deal was committed to dropping long standing trade sanctions against North Korea and inform congress of its intention to remove Korea from a terrorism blacklist.

 

 

An Afghan intelligence official has accused Pakistan's spy agency of planning the April assassination attempt on Afghan President Hamid Karzai.

Sayed Ansari, a spokesman for the national intelligence agency, told reporters that Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence was involved in the attack.

 

 

In Israel, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has avoided a split with a major coalition partner and possible dissolution of his government into an agreement that could end his own political career in three months. More on this, from VOA's Jim Teeple.

 

Prime Minister Ehud Olmert reached a last-minute deal with his coalition partner, Labor Party leader Ehud Barak, that put off a Labor Party vote supporting a parliamentary measure that would have dissolved the Israeli Knesset and led to new elections.

 

The measure was proposed by the right-wing Likud Party, which polls say is favored to win new elections. Mr. Olmert had threatened to fire Labor ministers in his Cabinet if their party supported the measure. 

 

Under the compromise, Mr. Olmert will now submit himself to an internal vote for leader of his Kadima Party on September 25.

 

It is unclear if Mr. Olmert can win a leadership contest in his own party. Israel's prime minister is waiting to see if he will be indicted in a corruption probe related to funds he received from an American businessman while he was Mayor of Jerusalem and as a cabinet minister.

 

Mr. Olmert has declared his innocence, saying any funds he received were for political purposes only and he has pledged to resign if indicted.

 

Jim Teeple, VOA News, Jerusalem.

 

 

Top officials of the US Central Bank have decided to keep the key interests rate unchanged at 2 percent. But the Federal Reserve also voiced great concern about inflation perhaps setting a stage for future interests rate hikes. The Central Bank's benchmark rate influences interests rate where all kinds of loans from mortgages for individual home owners to financing for large companies.

 

I'm Robert Burns, VOA News, for more news on the internet at voanews.com.

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From the VOA News Centre in Washington, I'm Robert Burns.

 

 

Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has called for greater African involvement in Zimbabwe's election crisis. VOA's Delia Robertson reports from our southern Africa bureau, that the Movement for Democratic Change leader added his voice to growing calls for a transitional authority in his country.

 

Morgan Tsvangirai briefly emerged from his refuge at the Dutch Embassy and told reporters in Harare that the crisis in Zimbabwe demands greater African involvement, supported by armed peacekeepers.

 

"I am asking the African Union and SADC to lead an expanded initiative supported by the United Nations to manage what I will call a transitional process. We are proposing that the AU facilitation team comprising eminent Africans set up a transitional period which takes into account will of the people of Zimbabwean as exercised on the 29th of March."

 

Tsvangirai listed four requirements for a transitional program, but top of his list was an end to state-sponsored violence. "The violence must stop."

 

President Robert Mugabe continues to insist the presidential runoff poll will be held Friday as planned, even though Mr. Tsvangirai has withdrawn from the race.  Tsvangirai said he remains convinced his decision to withdraw was the right decision, and he again said he believes the election will be an illegitimate sham." Delia Robertson, VOA News, Johannesburg

 

 

The Saudi Arabia's Interior Ministry says the authorities have disrupted the terrorist attack plans targeting the kingdom's oil industry and arrested more than 700 militants in the year-long series of raids into al-Qaida members and supporters. Authorities say some were later released. But 520 people including militants from north Africa, Asia, Afghanistan and Iraq remain in /.

 

 

US officials say Washington has prepared to lift sanction against North Korea and remove it from a terrorism black list, if it hands over a long delayed accounting of its nuclear programs as it's expected on Thursday. Speaking to reporters, State Department Spokesman Tom / said that the declaration submitted the Chinese-sponsored of the six-nation talks that Pyongyang has promised the US will fulfill its side of the deal. Washington said the deal was committed to dropping long standing trade sanctions against North Korea and inform congress to ease tension to move Korea from a terrorism black list.

 

 

An Afghan intelligence official has accused Pakistan's spy agency of planning the April assassination attempt on Afghan President Hamid Karzai.

Sayed Ansari, a spokesman for the national intelligence agency, told reporters today that Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence was involved in the attack.

 

 

In Israel, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has avoided a split with a major coalition partner and possible dissolution of his government into an agreement that could end his own political career in three months. More on this, from VOA's Jim Teeple.

 

Prime Minister Ehud Olmert reached a last-minute deal with his coalition partner, Labor Party leader Ehud Barak, that put off a Labor Party vote supporting a parliamentary measure that would have dissolved the Israeli Knesset and led to new elections.

 

The measure was proposed by the right-wing Likud Party, which polls say is favored to win new elections. Mr. Olmert had threatened to fire Labor ministers in his Cabinet if their party supported the measure. 

 

Under the compromise, Mr. Olmert will now submit himself to an internal vote for leader of his Kadima Party on September 25.

 

It is unclear if Mr. Olmert can win a leadership contest in his own party. Israel's prime minister is waiting to see if he will be indicted in a corruption probe related to funds he received from an American businessman while he was Mayor of Jerusalem and as a cabinet minister.

 

Mr. Olmert has declared his innocence, saying any funds he received were for political purposes only and he has pledged to resign if indicted.

 

Jim Teeple, VOA News, Jerusalem.

 

 

 

Top officials of the US Central Bank have decided to keep the key interests rate unchanged at 2 percent. But the Federal Reserve also / quite concerned about inflation perhaps setting a stage for future interests rate hikes. The Central Bank's benchmark / influences interests rate were all kinds of loans from mortgages for individual home owners to financing for large companies.

 

I'm Robert Burns. VOA News, for more news on the internet at voanews.com

 

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From the VOA News Centre in Washington, I'm Robert Burns.

 

 

Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has called for greater African involvement in Zimbabwe's election crisis. VOA's Delia Robertson reports from our southern Africa bureau, that the Movement for Democratic Change leader added his voice to growing calls for a transitional authority in his country.

 

Morgan Tsvangirai briefly emerged from his refuge at the Dutch Embassy and told reporters in Harare that the crisis in Zimbabwe demands greater African involvement, supported by armed peacekeepers.

 

"I am asking the African Union and SADC to lead an expanded initiative supported by the United Nations to manage what I will call a transitional process. We are proposing that the AU facilitation team comprising eminent Africans set up a transitional period which takes into account  will of the people of Zimbabwean as exercised on the 29th of March."

 

Tsvangirai listed four requirements for a transitional program, but top of his list was an end to state-sponsored violence. "The violence must stop."

 

President Robert Mugabe continues to insist the presidential runoff poll will be held Friday as planned, even though Mr. Tsvangirai has withdrawn from the race.  Tsvangirai said he remains convinced his decision to withdraw was the right decision, and he again said he believes the election will be an illegitimate sham." Delia Robertson, VOA News, Johannesburg.

 

 

The Saudi Arabia's Interior Ministry says the authorities have disrupted the terrorist attack plans targeting the kingdom's oil industry and arrested more than 700 militants in the year-long series of raids into al-Qaida members and supporters. Authorities say some were later released. But 520 people including militants from north Africa, Asia, Afghanistan and Iraq remain in /.

 

 

US officials say Washington has prepared to lift sanction against North Korea and remove it from a terrorism black list, if it hands over a long delayed accounting of its nuclear programs as it's expected on Thursday. Speaking to reporters, State Department Spokesman Tom Casey said that the declaration submitted the Chinese-sponsored of the six-nation talks that Pyongyang has promised the US will fulfill its side of the deal. Washington said the deal was committed to dropping long standing trade sanctions against North Korea and inform congress to ease tension to move Korea from a terrorism black list.

 

 

An Afghan intelligence official has accused Pakistan's spy agency of planning the April assassination attempt on Afghan President Hamid Karzai.

Sayed Ansari, a spokesman for the national intelligence agency, told reporters today that Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence was involved in the attack.

 

 

In Israel, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has avoided a split with a major coalition partner and possible dissolution of his government into an agreement that could end his own political career in three months. More on this, from VOA's Jim Teeple.

 

Prime Minister Ehud Olmert reached a last-minute deal with his coalition partner, Labor Party leader Ehud Barak, that put off a Labor Party vote supporting a parliamentary measure that would have dissolved the Israeli Knesset and led to new elections.

 

The measure was proposed by the right-wing Likud Party, which polls say is favored to win new elections. Mr. Olmert had threatened to fire Labor ministers in his Cabinet if their party supported the measure. 

 

Under the compromise, Mr. Olmert will now submit himself to an internal vote for leader of his Kadima Party on September 25.

 

It is unclear if Mr. Olmert can win a leadership contest in his own party. Israel's prime minister is waiting to see if he will be indicted in a corruption probe related to funds he received from an American businessman while he was Mayor of Jerusalem and as a cabinet minister.

 

Mr. Olmert has declared his innocence, saying any funds he received were for political purposes only and he has pledged to resign if indicted.

 

Jim Teeple, VOA News, Jerusalem.

 

 

 

Top officials of the US Central Bank have decided to keep the key interests rate unchanged at 2 percent. But the Federal Reserve also voiced quite concerned about inflation perhaps setting a stage for future interests rate hikes. The Central Bank's benchmark / influences interests rate were all kinds of loans from mortgages for individual home owners to financing for large companies.

 

I'm Robert Burns. VOA News, for more news on the internet at voanews.com

 

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From the VOA News Centre in Washington, I'm Robert Burns.

 

Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has called for greater African involvement in Zimbabwe's election crisis. VOA's Delia Robertson reports from our southern Africa bureau that the Movement for Democratic Change leader added his voice to growing calls for a transitional authority in his country.

 

Morgan Tsvangirai briefly emerged from his refuge at the Dutch Embassy and told reporters in Harare that the crisis in Zimbabwe demands greater African involvement, supported by armed peacekeepers. "I am asking the African Union and SADC to lead an expanded initiative supported by the United Nations to manage what I will call a transitional process. We are proposing that the AU facilitation team comprising eminent Africans set up a transitional period which takes into account will of the people of Zimbabwean as exercised on the 29th of March." Tsvangirai listed four requirements for a transitional program, but top of his list was an end to state-sponsored violence. "The violence must stop." President Robert Mugabe continues to insist the presidential runoff poll will be held Friday as planned, even though Mr. Tsvangirai has withdrawn from the race.  Tsvangirai said he remains convinced his decision to withdraw was the right decision, and he again said he believes the election will be an illegitimate sham." Delia Robertson, VOA News, Johannesburg.

 

The Saudi Arabia's Interior Ministry says the authorities have disrupted  terrorist attack plans targeting the kingdom's oil industry and arrested more than 700 militants in a year-long series of raids into al-Qaida members and supporters. Authorities say some were later released, but  520 people including militants from north Africa, Asia, Afghanistan and Iraq remain in custody.

 

U.S. officials say Washington has prepared to lift sanctions against North Korea and remove it from a terrorism blacklist if it hands over a long-delayed counting of its nuclear programs as expected on Thursday. Speaking with reporters, the State Department Spokesman Tom Casey said if the declaration is submitted to Chinese-sponsors of the six nation  talks that Pyongyang has promised, the U.S. will fulfill its side of the deal. Washington sided the deal as committed to dropping long standing trade sanctions against North Korea and inform Congress I has been sending an intension to remove Korea from a terrorism black list.

 

An Afghan intelligence official has accused Pakistan's spy agency of planning the April assassination attempt on Afghan President Hamid Karzai. Sayed Ansari, a spokesman for the national intelligence agency, told reporters today that Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence was involved in the attack.

 

In Israel, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has avoided a split with a major coalition partner on possible dissolution of his government into an agreement that could end his own political career in three months. More on this from VOA's Jim Teeple.

 

Prime Minister Ehud Olmert reached a last-minute deal with his coalition partner, Labor Party leader Ehud Barak, that put off a Labor Party vote supporting a parliamentary measure that would have dissolved the Israeli Knesset and led to new elections. The measure was proposed by the right-wing Likud Party, which polls say is favored to win new elections. Mr. Olmert had threatened to fire Labor ministers in his Cabinet if their party supported the measure.  Under the compromise, Mr. Olmert will now submit himself to an internal vote for leader of his Kadima Party on September 25. It is unclear if Mr. Olmert can win a leadership contest in his own party. Israel's prime minister is waiting to see if he will be indicted in a corruption probe related to funds he received from an American businessman while he was Mayor of Jerusalem and as a cabinet minister. Mr. Olmert has declared his innocence, saying any funds he received were for political purposes only and he has pledged to resign if indicted. Jim Teeple, VOA News, Jerusalem.

 

 

Top officials of the US Central Bank have decided to keep the key interest rate unchanged at 2 percent. But the Federal Reserve also voiced greater concerns about inflations perhaps setting the stage for future in interest rate hikes. The central bank's benchmark break influences interest rates for all kinds of loans from mortgages for individual homeowners to financing for large companies.

 

I'm Robert Burns, VOA News. We have more news on the internet at voanews.com

 

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From the voa news center in Washington, I’m Robert Burns.

Zimbabwe’s opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has called for a greater African involvement in Zimbabwe’s election crisis. Voa’s Dalia Robinson reports from our southern African bureau that the movement for democratic change leader added his voice for growing calls for a transitional authority in his country.

Morgan Tsvangirai briefly emerge from his refuge at the Dutch embassy, and told the reporters in Harare that the crisis in Zimbabwe demands greater African involvement supported by armed peace keepers.

“ I’m asking the African union and Saudi to lead and expand the 111, supported by the United Nations, to manage what our call, the transitional process. We’re proposing that the AU facilitation team, comprising army in Africa set up a transitional bureau, which takes into account that we know and people knows in Zimbabwe, as it success on the // of month”

Tsvangirai listed four requirements for the transitional program, but top of his list was an end to states // violence. “The violence must be stopped.” President Robert Mugabe continued to insist that the presidential run-off poll will be held Friday as planed. Even though Tsvangirai has withdrawn from the race. Tsvangirai said he remains convinced his decision to withdraw was right, and he again said he believes the election would be an illegitimate cham. Dalia Robinson,  Voa news, Johannesburg.

 

 

Saudi Arabia’s interior administrate says the authority has disrupted terrorist attack plans targeting the kingdom’s oil industry and arrested more than seven hundred militants. And a year long series of raids, aimed to Al Qaeda members and supporters. Authority say some were later released. But five hundred and twenty people including militants from South Africa, Asia, Afghanistan and Iraq remain investigated

 

 

Us official say Washington is prepared to lift sanctions against North Korea and remove it from a terrorism blacklist. It let hands over a longer later counting in its nuclear programs as it expected on Thursday. Speaking with reporters, State department spokesman Tom Casey, said that after the declaration that submitted, Chinese sponsor of the six nation talks, as Pyongyang has promised, the US will fulfill its side of the deal. Washington’s side of the deal is committed to dropping long standing trade sanctions against North Korea, and then form congress had been sustention to remove Korea from a terrorism blacklist.

 

 

An Afghan intelligent official has accused Pakistan spy agency of planning a April assassination attempt on Afghan president Hamid Karzai. So yet // spokesman from the national non intelligent agency told reporters that Pakistan’s inter service and intelligence was involved in the attack.

 

 

In Israel, the Prime minister Ehud Olmert brother of Olmerts has split with the major coalition partner and possible dissolution of the government, into the agreement that could end his own political career in three months. More on this from voa’s Jim Teeple.

Prime minister Ehud Olmert reached a last minute deal with his coalition partner, labor party leader Ehud Barak that put off a labor party vote, supporting a parliamentary measure that would have dissolved the Israeli concessive and led to new elections. The measure was proposed by the right-wing Likud party which poll say it’s favorite to win new elections. Mr. Olmert had threaten to fire labor minister and his cabinet if their party supported the measure. Under the compromise, Mr. Olmert will now submit himself to an internal vote for leader of his Kadima party on September 25th. It is unclear if Mr. Olmert can win a leadership contest in his our party. Israel’s prime minister is waiting to see if he would be indicted in a corruption probe, related to funds he’d received from an American businessman while he was mayor of Jerusalem, and as cabinet minister. Mr. Olmert tends to declare his innocence, saying any funds he’d received were for political purposes only. And he’s pledged to resign if indicted. Jim Teeple voanews, Jerusalem.

 

 

Top officials of the US central bank, have decided to keep key interest rate unchanged that two percent. But the Federal Reserve also voiced greater concern about inflation, perhaps setting the stage for future interest rate highs. The Central Bank’s benchmark decrease in influences of interests rate for all kind of loans, from mortgages, for individual home hunters, to financing for large companies.

I’m Robert Burns, voanews.                                               

                   

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From the VOA News Centre in Washington, I'm Robert Burns.

 

 

Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has called for greater African involvement in Zimbabwe's election crisis. VOA's Delia Robertson reports from our southern Africa bureau, that the Movement for Democratic Change leader added his voice to growing calls for a transitional authority in his country.

 

Morgan Tsvangirai briefly emerged from his refuge at the Dutch Embassy and told reporters in Harare that the crisis in Zimbabwe demands greater African involvement, supported by armed peacekeepers.

 

"I am asking the African Union and SADC to lead an expanded initiative supported by the United Nations to manage what I will call a transitional process. We are proposing that the AU facilitation team comprising eminent Africans set up a transitional period which takes into account will of the people of Zimbabwean as exercised on the 29th of March."

 

Tsvangirai listed four requirements for a transitional program, but top of his list was an end to state-sponsored violence. "The violence must stop."

 

President Robert Mugabe continues to insist the presidential runoff poll will be held Friday as planned, even though Mr. Tsvangirai has withdrawn from the race.  Tsvangirai said he remains convinced his decision to withdraw was the right (decision), and he again said he believes the election will be an illegitimate sham." Delia Robertson, VOA News, Johannesburg.

 

 

The Saudi Arabia's Interior Ministry says the authorities have disrupted the terrorist attack plans targeting the kingdom's oil industry and arrested more than 700 militants in the year-long series of raids into al-Qaida members and supporters. Authorities say some were later released. But 520 people including militants from North Africa, Asia, Afghanistan and Iraq remain in custody.

 

 

US officials say Washington has prepared to lift sanction against North Korea and remove it from a terrorism black list, if it hands over a long delayed accounting of its nuclear programs as it's expected on Thursday. Speaking with reporters, State Department Spokesman Tom Casey said that the declaration submitted the Chinese-sponsored of the six-nation talks that Pyongyang has promised the US will fulfill its side of the deal. Washington said the deal was committed to dropping long standing trade sanctions against North Korea and inform congress to ease tension to remove Korea from a terrorism black list.

 

 

An Afghan intelligence official has accused Pakistan's spy agency of planning the April assassination attempt on Afghan President Hamid Karzai.

Sayed Ansari, a spokesman for the national intelligence agency, told reporters today that Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence was involved in the attack.

 

 

In Israel, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has avoided a split with a major coalition partner and possible dissolution of his government into an agreement that could end his own political career in three months. More on this, from VOA's Jim Teeple.

 

Prime Minister Ehud Olmert reached a last-minute deal with his coalition partner, Labor Party leader Ehud Barak, that put off a Labor Party vote supporting a parliamentary measure that would have dissolved the Israeli Knesset and led to new elections.

 

The measure was proposed by the right-wing Likud Party, which polls say is favored to win new elections. Mr. Olmert had threatened to fire Labor ministers in his Cabinet if their party supported the measure. 

 

Under the compromise, Mr. Olmert will now submit himself to an internal vote for leader of his Kadima Party on September 25.

 

It is unclear if Mr. Olmert can win a leadership contest in his own party. Israel's prime minister is waiting to see if he will be indicted in a corruption probe related to funds he received from an American businessman while he was Mayor of Jerusalem and as a cabinet minister.

 

Mr. Olmert has declared his innocence, saying any funds he received were for political purposes only and he has pledged to resign if indicted.

 

Jim Teeple, VOA News, Jerusalem.

 

 

Top officials of the US Central Bank have decided to keep the key interests rate unchanged at 2 percent. But the Federal Reserve also voiced great concern about inflation perhaps setting a stage for future interests rate hikes. The Central Bank's benchmark / influences interests rate were all kinds of loans from mortgages for individual home owners to financing for large companies.

 

I'm Robert Burns. VOA News, for more news on the internet at voanews.com

 

 

 

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