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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

 

President Bush has issued an emergency declaration for California, opening the way for more federal assistance for fire crews battling hundreds of wildfires there, most sparked by lightning. More than 260, 000 acres have burned so far. Christina Aanestad from member station KZYX has more.

 

Terry Morgan is a firefighter with Cal Fire in Cloverdale. He says Cal Fire has two engines, a private bulldozer and 22 volunteer firefighters working on a near 1,000 acre fire. "Multiply that by ten times, so that's how short we are. We have no hand crews, to speak of, you'll probably at least have ten hand crews on a fire of this magnitude, if this was the only fire going. Obviously, that's not. So (that), that's where we are at." President Bush's federal emergency declaration is expected to bring in more support and supply of the 75% in federal funds for relief efforts in the state. FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security are expected to provide some of that support, which would relieve fatigued firefighters who have been on the frontlines for days now. For NPR News, I'm Christina Aanestad in Philo, California.

 

More heavy rain in the Midwest is adding to flooding woes in southwest Missouri. In the town of Winfield, a makeshift sandbag levee failed today, sending floodwaters into dozens of homes. Dan Flippant manages an emergency shelter there for the Red Cross. "The morale is pretty good, because at this point of time, everyone has cleared out of their houses, and they are kind of wondering when FEMA and when, you know, when they can get help both monetary and materials." More than 125 homes in Winfield have been destroyed or damaged by the flooding.

 

Tens of thousands of homes and businesses remain without electricity in Omaha after storms packing high winds tore through the area, ripping off rooftops and downing trees and utility poles. Local officials say it will take days to restore power completely.

 

President Bush says the US will press the UN Security Council to take strong action against Zimbabwe for a presidential election that he called a "sham". The European Union is also considering sanctions as Larry Miller reports from London.

 

The European Union called the Zimbabwe election a "sham". Nobel Peace laureate, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, said the world has the right to intervene in Zimbabwe. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown described the election as "a new low" and said the world is united in rejecting the illegitimate regime of Robert Mugabe. Brown said tougher EU sanctions are being prepared and that Britain will work to close, what he called, "this sickening chapter". Brown urged the African Union to take strong action when it meets Monday. Meanwhile, London's independent newspaper reports agents of the Mugabe regime are harassing and intimidating Zimbabwean dissidents in Britain through surveillance, threats against family members in Zimbabwe and late-night phone calls. The paper said this was confirmed by British security sources. Larry Miller reporting.

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

The US military says 32 militants have been killed in Afghanistan as they were attacking a patrol of Afghan and coalition forces. When the militants first ambushed the patrol, coalition troops called in airstrikes.

 

Presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain are both pledging to reform the nation's immigration policies. They each got standing ovations in separate appearances today before a meeting of Latino elected officials.

 

Riot police in Bulgaria detained dozens of extremists who were tossing rocks, bottles and gasoline bombs at the capital city's first ever gay pride parade today. About 150 people took part in the event, no serious injuries were reported.

 

One of North America's largest gay pride festivals is underway in Toronto. More from Dan Karpenchuk.

 

The feathers, leather and lace are out. The parties have been going strong all week. It's the 28th year that the city has held gay pride celebrations. Toronto has become one of the most prominent gay pride festivals in the world. This year, about 1.2 million people are expected to attend the pride parade on Sunday. And that's become big tourist business for the city. It's also become a political event, as politicians from all parties and levels of government show their support. And this year, for the first time, Canadian military personnel in uniform will be allowed to take part in the march. The soldiers will march alongside firefighters, police and others. One officer says it will send out the message that the Canadian Forces is an employer of choice for all people. For NPR News, I'm Dan Karpenchuk, in Toronto.

 

A teenager was struck and killed by a roller coaster at the Six Flags amusement park outside Atlanta this afternoon after entering a restricted area near the ride. A spokeswoman for the park said the 17-year-old apparently ignored warning signs and scaled two large fences to enter that area.

 

I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.
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President Bush has issued an emergency declaration for California opening the way for more federal assistance for fire crews battling hundreds of wild fires there, most sparked by lighting. More than 260 acres have burned so far. Cristina / from member station // has more.

 

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President Bush’s federal emergency declaration is expected to bring in more support and supply of the 75% federal funds for relief efforts in the state. / and department of security are expected to provide some of that support, which will relief fatigued firefighters who have been on the front lines for days now. For NPR news I am Cristina on a state on fire look California.

 

More heavy rain in the Mid West is adding two flooding roads in southwest Missouri, in the town of Winfield a makeshift sandbag levee failed today sending flood waters into dozens of homes. Dam flipping manages an emergency shelter there for the red crowds. The morale is pretty good, because at this point of time, everyone is, has cleared out of their houses, and they are counter, wondering when they can get help both monitory and materials. More than 125 homes in Winfield being destroyed or damaged by the flooding.

 

Tens of thousands of homes and businesses remain without electricity in Omaha after storms packing high winds tour through the area, ripping off roof tops and downing trees and utilities poles, local official say it would take days to restore power completely.

 

President Bush says the US will press the UN Security Council to take strong action against Zimbabwe for a presidential election that he called a shame. The European Union is also concerning sanctions. // reports from London.

 

The European Union called the Zimbabwe election a shame, Nobel peace // said the world has the right to intervene in Zimbabwe. British prime minister Gordon Brown described the election as a new low and said the world is united and rejecting the illegitimated regime of Robert Mugabe, Brown said tougher EU sanctions are been prepared and Britain will work close what he called diseeking chapter. Brown Urged the African Union take strong action when it meets Monday. Meanwhile, London’s independent newspaper reports agents of the Mugabe regime are harassing and intimidating Zimbabwe in distance in Britain. Two surveillances threats against family members in Zimbabwe a late night phone calls, the paper said this was confirmed by British security sources.

 

Now another reporting, this is NPR news from Washington.

 

US military said 32 militants have been killed in Afghanistan as they were attacking a patrol of Afghan and coalition forces when the militants first ambushed the patrol, coalition troops called it an air strike.

 

Presidential candidate Bracak Obama and John McCain are both pledging to reform the nation’s immigration polices. They each got standing ovations in separated appearances today before a meeting of Latino-elected officials.

 

Riot police in Bulgaria have detained dozens of extremists to a toxin rocks bottles and gasoline bombs at the capital city’s first ever gay parade today. About 150 people took part in that event, no serious injuries were reported.

 

One of North America’s largest gay parade festival is underway in Toronto, more from Dan / .

 

The in/, the party has been going strong a week, it’s the 28 year that this city is held gay parade celebrations. Toronto has become one of the most prominent gay parade festivals in the world. This year about 1.2 million people are expected to attend to the parade on Sunday. And that’s become big tourist business for the city, it’s also become a political event, politicians from all parties and levels of government showed their support. And this year for the first time, Canadian military personnel in uniform will be allowed to take part of the march, the soldiers will march along side firefighters, police and others. One officer said it will send out the message that Canadian forces is employers of choices for all people. For NPR news, I am John / in Toronto.

 

A teenager was strike and killed by a roller coaster at the six flag amusement park outside Atlanta this afternoon after entering restricted area near the ride. A spokeswoman for the parks said the 17 year old apparently ignored warning sign, and scaled two large fences to enter that area.

 

I am // NPR news in Washington.

 

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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

 

President Bush has issued an emergency declaration for California opening the way for more federal assistance for fire crews battling hundreds of wildfires there, most sparked by lighting. More than 260,000 acres has burned so far. C from member station KZYX has more.

 

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More heavy rain in Midwest is adding to flooding walls and southwestern Missouri and town of Winfield and make shift sandbag levee failed today sending flood waters into dozens of homes. Dam *** manages and emergency shouter there for the Red Cross. The morale is pretty good because at this point of time everyone is cleared out of their houses and their county, wonder *** when they can get capable mandatory and materials. More than 125 homes in Winfield have been destroyed and damaged by the flooding.

 

Tens of thousands of homes and businesses remain without electricity in *** after storms packing high winds tore through the area ripping of roof tops and downing trees and utility poles. Local officials say it will take days to restore power completely.

 

President Bush says the US will press the UN security council to take strong action against Zimbabwe for presidential election that he called a sham. The European Union is also considering sanctions. *** reports from London. The EU called Zimbabwe election a sham. Nobel Peace *** said the world has the right to intervene in Zimbabwe. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown described the election as a new low and said the world is united in rejecting the illegitimate regime of Robert Mugabe. Brown said tougher EU sanctions have been prepared that Britain will work *** close would equal this *** chapter. Brown urged the efforts African Union to take strong action when it meets Monday. Meanwhile London’s independent newspaper reports agents of Mugabe regime are harassing an intimidating Zimbabwe incident in Britain. To surveillance the threat against family members in Zimbabwe and late night phone calls. Paper said this is confirmed by British security sources. *** reporting, this is NPR news in Washington.

 

The US military says 32 militants have been killed in Afghanistan as they were attacking a patrol of Afghanistan coalition forces when the militants *** the patrol coalition troops calling airstrikes.

 

Presidential candidate Barak Obama and John McCain are both pledging to reform the nation’s immigrations policies. They each gets standing *** in separate appearance today before meeting of Latino elected officials.

 

*** polices in Bulgaria detained dozens of extremists to *** rocks, bottles and gasoline bombs at the capital city’s first ever gay pride parade today. About 150 people took part in the event. No serious injurious were reported.

 

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A teenager was stricken and killed by a roller at six flags amusement park outside Atlanta this afternoon after entering a restricted area near the ride. A spokeswoman for the park said the 17-year-old apparently ignored the warning signs *** 2 large fences to entre that area.

 

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From NPR news in Washington, I am Craig Windham.

 

President Bush has issued an emergency declaration for California opening the way for more federal assistance for fire crews battling hundreds of wild fires there, most sparked by lighting. More than 260,000 acres have burned so far. Christina Aanestad from member station KZYX has more.

 

Terri Morgan is a firefighter with health firing clover -- he says cal fire has two engines a private bulldozer and 22 volunteer firefighters working on a near 1000 acre fire.  /by that by ten times, so that’s how sure we are. We have no hand crew to speak of, you probably at least have ten hand crews on fire if this was the only fire gone. Obviously, that’s not so, so that’s where we are.

 

President Bush’s Federal Emergency Declaration is expected to bring in more support and supply of the 75% in federal funds for relief efforts in the state. FEMA and Department of Homeland Security are expected to provide some of that support, which will relief fatigued firefighters who have been on the front lines for days now. For NPR news I am Cristina on a state on fire look California.

 

More heavy rain in the Midwest is adding two flooding woes in southwest Missouri. And in the town of Winfield, a makeshift sandbag levee failed today sending flood waters into dozens of homes. Dam flipping manages an emergency shelter there for the red crowds. The morale is pretty good, because at this point of time, everyone is, has cleared out of their houses, and they are counter, wondering when they can get help both monitory and materials. More than 125 homes in Winfield have been destroyed or damaged by the flooding.

 

Tens of thousands of homes and businesses remain without electricity in Omaha after storms packing high winds tour through the area, ripping off roof tops and downing trees and utilities poles, local official say it will take days to restore power completely.

 

President Bush says the US will press the UN Security Council to take strong action against Zimbabwe for a presidential election that he called a shame. The European Union is also concerning sanctions. // reports from London.

 

The European Union called the Zimbabwe election a shame, Nobel Peace laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu  said the world has the right to intervene in Zimbabwe. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown described the election as a new low and said the world is united and rejecting the illegitimated regime of Robert Mugabe, Brown said tougher EU sanctions have been prepared and that Britain will work close what he called diseeking chapter. Brown Urged the African Union to take strong action when it meets Monday. Meanwhile, London’s independent newspaper reports agents of the Mugabe regime are harassing and intimidating Zimbabwe in distance in Britain. Two surveillances threats against family members in Zimbabwe a late night phone calls, the paper said this was confirmed by British security sources.

 

Now another reporting, this is NPR news from Washington.

 

US military says 32 militants have been killed in Afghanistan as they were attacking a patrol of Afghan and coalition forces when the militants first ambushed the patrol, coalition troops called it an air strike.

 

Presidential candidate Barack Obama and John McCain are both pledging to reform the nation’s immigration polices. They each got standing ovations in separated appearances today before a meeting of Latino-elected officials.

 

Riot police in Bulgaria have detained dozens of extremists to a toxin rocks bottles and gasoline bombs at the capital city’s first ever gay parade today. About 150 people took part in that event, no serious injuries were reported.

 

One of North America’s largest gay parade festival is underway in Toronto, more from Dan Karpenchuk.

 

The in/, the party has been going strong a week, it’s the 28 year that this city is held gay parade celebrations. Toronto has become one of the most prominent gay parade festivals in the world. This year about 1.2 million people are expected to attend to the parade on Sunday. And that’s become big tourist business for the city, it’s also become a political event, as politicians from all parties and levels of government showed their support. And this year for the first time, Canadian military personnel in uniform will be allowed to take part of the march, the soldiers will march along side firefighters, police and others. One officer said it will send out the message that Canadian forces is employers of choices for all people. For NPR news, I am Dan Karpenchuk in Toronto.

 

A teenager was strike and killed by a roller coaster at the six flag amusement park outside Atlanta this afternoon after entering restricted area near the ride. A spokeswoman for the parks said the 17 year old apparently ignored warning sign, and scaled two large fences to enter that area.

 

I am Craig Windham ,NPR news in Washington.

 

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 President Bush says federal emergency decoration is expected more support and supply of 75% federal funds for relief efforts in the state. Fema and department of homeland security were expected to find some of that support which relieve a tea firefighters who have been on frontlines for days now. For NPR NEWs I’m Christina Annafilo, California.

 

More heavy rain in the Midwest is adding to flooding wows in southwest Missouri in the town of Winfield makes of sandbag levy today sending waters into dozens of homes. Dan an emergency shouter for the Red Cross.

 

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More than 125 homes when destroyed damaged by the flooding . 10th of thousands of home and businesses remain without electricity in Omaha after storms ** high wind towards through the area ripping off roof tops and down in trees and utility polls, local official say date restore power completely. President Bush says the US will praise the UN security cons to take strong action against for Zimbabwe for presidential election that he called “sham”, the European Union is considering sanctions. This is Cinlary reports from London.

 

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 The US military says 32 militants has been killed in Afghanistan that there were tacking patrol of Afghan and collation forces when the militants first end Bush patrol call troops call air strikes. Presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain are both plunging to reform the nation’s immigration policies they each got standing ovations in separate appearance today before of Natino, the elected officials.

 

Ria police in Bulgaria of the teen dozens of extremes were tossing rocks, bottles and gasoline bombs at the capital citie’s first gay pride parade today. About 150 people took part in the event, no serious injuries were reported. One of North American’s largest gay pride festivals underway in Toronto. More from Dan Carpon Chuck.

 

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President Bush has issued an emergency declaration for California, opening a way for more federal assistance for fire crews battling hundreds of wildfires there, most sparked by lightening. More than 260, 000 acres have burned so far. Christina Aanestad from member station KZYX has more.


Terry Morgan is a firefighter with Cal Fire in Cloverdale, he says Cal Fire has two engines, a private bulldozer and 22 volunteer firefighters working on a near 1000 acre fire. by that by ten times, so that's how sure we are. We have no hand crew to speak of, you probably at least have ten hand crews on fire this , if this was the only fire gone. Obviously, that's not so, so that's where we are.


President Bush's Federal Emergency Declaration is expected to bring in more support and supply of the 75% in federal funds for relief efforts in the state. FEMA and Department of Homeland Security are expected to provide some of that support, which will relieve fatigued firefighters who have been on the front lines for days now. For NPR News, I'm Christina Aanestad in Fowler, California.

 

More heavy rain in the Midwest is adding to flooding woes in southwest Missouri. In the town of Winfield, a makeshift sandbag levee failed today sending floodwaters into dozens of homes. Dam flipping manages an emergency shelter there for the Red Cross. The morale is pretty good, because at this point of time, everyone is, has cleared out of their houses, and they are kind of wondering when and when ill when they can get help both monetary and materials. More than 125 homes in Winfield have been destroyed or damaged by the flooding.

 

Tens of thousands of homes and businesses remain without electricity in Omaha after storms packing high winds tore through the area, ripping off roof tops and downing trees and utility poles. Local officials say it will take days to restore power completely.

 

President Bush says the US will press the UN Security Council to take strong action against Zimbabwe for a presidential election that he called "a shame". The European Union is also considering sanctions as Larry Miller reports from London.

 

The European Union called the Zimbabwe election "a shame". Nobel Peace Laureate, Archbishop Desmond Tutu says the world has the right to intervene in Zimbabwe. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown described the election as a new low and said the world is united and rejecting the illegitimate regime of Robert Mugabe. Brown said tougher EU sanctions have been prepared and that Britain will work to close what he called "this sickening chapter". Brown urged the African Union to take strong action when it meets Monday. Meanwhile, London's independent newspaper reports agents of the Mugabe regime are harassing and intimidating Zimbabwean dissidents in Britain through surveillance, threats against family members in Zimbabwe and late-night phone calls. The paper said this was confirmed by British security sources. Larry Miller reporting.


This is NPR News from Washington.


The US military says 32 militants have been killed in Afghanistan as they were attacking a patrol of Afghan and coalition forces. When the militants first ambushed the patrol, coalition troops called in airstrikes.

 

Presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain are both pledging to reform the nation's immigration policies. They each got standing ovations in separate appearances today before a meeting of Latino elected officials.

 

Riot police in Bulgaria have detained dozens of extremists who tossing rocks, bottles and gasoline bombs at the capital city's first ever gay pride parade today. About 150 people took part in the event, no serious injuries were reported.

 

One of North America's largest gay pride festivals is underway in Toronto. More from Dan Karpenchuk.

 

The feathers are leathering lace * , the party has been going strong a week. It's the 28th year that the city has held gay pride celebrations. Toronto has become one of the most prominent gay pride festivals in the world. This year, above 1. 2 million people are expected to attend the pride parade on Sunday. And that's become big tourist businesses for the city. It's also become a political event, as politicians from all parties and levels of government show their support. And this year for the first time, Canadian military personnel in uniform will be allowed to take part in the march. The soldiers will march alongside firefighters, police and others. One officer says it will send up the message that the Canadian forces is an employer of choice for all people. For NPR News, I'm Dan Karpenchuk, in Toronto.

 

A teenager was struck and killed by a roller coaster at the Six Flags amusement park outside Atlanta this afternoon after entering a restricted area near the ride. A spokeswoman for the park said the 17-year-old apparently ignored warning signs and scaled two large fences to enter that area.


I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.
 

 

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From NPR news in Washington, I am Craig Windham.

 

President Bush has issued an emergency declaration for California opening the way for more federal assistance for fire crews battling hundreds of wild fires there, most sparked by lighting. More than 260,000 acres have burned so far. Christina Aanestad from member station KZYX has more.

 

Terry Morgan is a firefighter with health firing clover -- he says cal fire has two engines a private bulldozer and 22 volunteer firefighters working on a near 1000-acre fire.  Almost up by ten sites, so that’s how sure we are. We have no hand crew to speak of, you probably at least have ten hand crews on fire if this was the only fire gone. But obviously, that’s not so, so that’s where we are.

 

President Bush’s Federal Emergency Declaration is expected to bring in more support and supply of the 75% in federal funds for relief efforts in the state. FEMA and Department of Homeland Security are expected to provide some of that support, which will relief fatigued firefighters who have been on the front lines for days now. For NPR news I am Cristina on a steady fire look California

 

More heavy rain in the Midwest is adding two flooding woes in southwest Missouri. And in the town of Winfield, a makeshift sandbag levee failed today sending flood waters into dozens of homes. Dam flipping manages an emergency shelter there for the Red Cross. The morale is pretty good, because at this point of time, everyone is, has cleared out of  their houses, and they are counter, wondering when they can get help both monitory and materials. More than 125 homes in Winfield have been destroyed or damaged by the flooding.

 

Tens of thousands of homes and businesses remain without electricity in Omaha after storms packing high winds tore through the area, ripping off roof tops and downing trees and utilities poles.Local official say it will take days to restore power completely.

 

President Bush says the US will press the UN Security Council to take strong action against Zimbabwe for a presidential election that he called a sham. The European Union is also considering sanctions. // reports from London.

 

The European Union called the Zimbabwe election a sham. Nobel Peace laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu  said the world has the right to intervene in Zimbabwe. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown described the election as a new low and said the world / united and was rejecting the illegitimate regime of Robert Mugabe, Brown said tougher EU sanctions have been prepared and that Britain would work close what he called *chapter. Brown urged the African Union to take strong action when it meets Monday. Meanwhile, London’s independent newspaper reports agents of /Mugabe regime are harassing and intimidating Zimbabwean discedents in Britain. Two surveillances threat against family members in Zimbabwe a late night phone calls, the paper said this was confirmed by British security sources.

 

Now another reporting, this is NPR news from Washington.

 

US military says 32 militants have been killed in Afghanistan as they were attacking a patrol of Afghan and coalition forces when the militants first ambushed the patrol, coalition troops called it an air strike.

 

Presidential candidate Barack Obama and John McCain are both pledging to reform the nation’s immigration polices. They each got standing ovations in separate appearances today before a meeting of Latino elective officials.

 

Riot police in Bulgaria / detained dozens of extremists to a toxin rocks bottles and gasoline bombs at the capital city’s first ever gay pride parade today. About 150 people took part in that event, no serious injuries were reported.

 

One of North America’s largest gay pride festivals is underway in Toronto, more from Dan Karpenchuk.

 

There are thousands of **.The parties have been going strong a week, it’s the 28th year that this city is held gay pride celebrations. Toronto has become one of the most prominent gay pride festivals in the world. This year about 1.2 million people are expected to attend  / the  pride parade on Sunday. And that’s become a big tourist business for the city.It’s also become a political event, as politicians from all parties and levels of government showed their support. And this year for the first time, Canadian military personnel in uniform will be allowed to take part of the march, the soldiers will march along side firefighters, police and others. One officer said it will send out the message that Canadian forces is employers of choices for all people. For NPR news, I am Dan Karpenchuk in Toronto.

 

A teenager was struck and killed by a roller coaster at the Six Flags amusement park outside Atlanta this afternoon after entering restricted area near the ride. A spokeswoman for the parks said the 17-year-old apparently ignored warning sign, and scaled two large fences to enter that area.

 

I am Craig Windham ,NPR news in Washington.

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President Bush has issued an emergency declaration for California opening the way for more federal assistance for fire crews battling hundreds of wild fires there, most sparked by lightning. More than 260, 000 acres have burnt so far. Christine A* from member station KZYX has more.

 

Terry Morgan is a firefighter with Cal fire in Cloverdale. He says Cal fire has two engines, a private bulldozer and 22 volunteer firefighters working on the near-one-thousand-acre fire. “Multiplied by ten times, so that is how short we are. We have no hand crews to speak of. The problems in list have ten hand crews on fire of this magnitude if this is only fire going, but obviously that is not so there. It will *.” President Bush’s federal emergency declaration is expected to bring more support and supply of the 75 percent in federal fund for relief efforts in the state. FEMA and Department of Homeland Security are expected to provide some of that support which will relieve fatigue firefighters who’ve been on the frontline for days now. For NPR I’m Christine A* in F, California.

 

More heavy rain in the Midwest is adding to flooding * in southwest of Missouri. In a town of Winfield, a makeshift sandbag levee failed today, sending flood waters into dozens of homes. Dan F manages an emergency shelter there for the Red Cross. “The morale is pretty good, because at this point time, everyone is, is cleared out of houses and they are kinda wondering when FEMA and when, you know, they can get help both monetary and materials.” More than 125 homes in Winfield have been destroyed or damaged by the flood. Tens of thousands of homes and businesses remained without electricity in Omaha after storms packing high winds tore through the area, ripping off roof tops and downing trees, utility poles. Local officials said it will take days to restore power completely.

 

President Bush says the US will press the UN Security Council to take strong action against Zimbabwe for a presidential election that he called “sham”. The European Union is also considering sanctions as Larry Miller reports from London.

 

The European Union called the Zimbabwe election “a sham”. Nobel Peace laureate * said the world has the right to intervene in Zimbabwe. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown described the election as a new low and said the world is united in rejecting the illegitimate regime of Robert Mugabe. Brown said tougher EU sanctions are prepared and that Britain will work to close what he called “the sickening chapter”. Brown urged the African Union to take strong action when it meets Monday. Meanwhile London’s independent newspaper reports agents of Mugabe regime are harassing and intimidating Zimbabwe dissidents in Britain through surveillance, threats against family members in Zimbabwe and late night phone calls. The paper said this was confirmed by British security resources.

 

Larry Miller reporting.             

 

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The US military says 32 militants have been killed in Afghanistan as they were attacking a patrol of Afghan and coalition forces when the militants first ambushed the patrol. Coalition troops called air strikes.

 

Presidential candidate Barack Obama and John McCain are both pledging to reform the nation’s immigration policy. They each got standing ovations in separated appearances today before a meeting of Latino elective officials.

 

Riot police in B have detained dozens of extremists to a tossing rock, bottles and gasoline bombs since the capital city’s first ever gay pride parade. About 150 people took part in the event. No serious injuries were reported.

 

One of North America’s largest gay pride festivals is underway in Toronto. More from D K.

 

The fest here is rather than *. The party has been going strong on way. It’s the 28th this year that the city is held gay pride celebrations. Toronto has become one of the most prominent gay pride festivals in the world. This year, about 1.2 million people are expected to attend the pride parade on Sunday and that’s become big tourist business of the city. That’s also become a political event as politicians from all parties and levels of government showed their support. And this year for the first time, Canadian military personnel in uniform will be allowed to take part in the march. The soldiers will march alongside firefighters, police and others. One officer said they will send out messages of Canadian forces is an employers of choice for all people. For NPR News, I’m D K in Toronto.

 

A teenager was struck and killed by a roller coaster at the *, some amusement park outside Atlanta this afternoon after entering a restricted area near the ride. A spokeswoman for the park said that 17 old apparently ignored warning signs and scaled two large fences to enter that area.     

 

I am Craig Windham, NPR News, in Washington.

 

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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

 

President Bush has issued an emergency declaration for California, opening a way for more federal assistance for fire crews battling hundreds of wildfires there, most sparked by lightning. More than 260, 000 acres have burned so far. Christina Aanestad from member station KZYX has more.

 

Terry Morgan is a firefighter with Cal Fire in Cloverdale, he says Cal Fire has two engines, a private bulldozer and 22 volunteer firefighters working on a near 1,000 acre fire. Multiply that by ten times, so that's how sure we are. We have no hand crew to speak of, you probably at least have ten hand crews on a fire of this magnitude, if this was the only fire going. Obviously, that's not so, so that's where we are.

 

President Bush's Federal Emergency Declaration is expected to bring in more support and supply up to 75% in federal funds for relief efforts in the state. FEMA and Department of Homeland Security are expected to provide some of that support, which will relieve fatigued firefighters who have been on the front lines for days now. For NPR News, I'm Christina Aanestad in Fowler, California.

 

More heavy rain in the Midwest is adding to flooding woes in southwest Missouri. In the town of Winfield, a makeshift sandbag levee failed today sending floodwaters into dozens of homes. Dan F manages an emergency shelter there for the Red Cross. The morale is pretty good, because at this point of time, everyone’s, has cleared out of their houses, and they are kind of wondering when FEMA and when ill when they can get help both monetary and materials. More than 125 homes in Winfield have been destroyed or damaged by the flooding.

 

Tens of thousands of homes and businesses remain without electricity in Omaha after storms packing high winds tore through the area, ripping off roof tops and downing trees and utility poles. Local officials say it will take days to restore power completely.

 

President Bush says the US will press the UN Security Council to take strong action against Zimbabwe for a presidential election that he called a "sham". The European Union is also considering sanctions as Larry Miller reports from London.

 

The European Union called the Zimbabwe election a "sham". Nobel Peace Laureate, Archbishop Desmond Tutu said the world has the right to intervene in Zimbabwe. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown described the election as a new low and said the world is united in rejecting the illegitimate regime of Robert Mugabe. Brown said tougher EU sanctions are being prepared and that Britain will work to close what he called "this sickening chapter". Brown urged the African Union to take strong action when it meets Monday. Meanwhile, London's independent newspaper reports agents of the Mugabe regime are harassing and intimidating Zimbabwean dissidents in Britain through surveillance, threats against family members in Zimbabwe and late-night phone calls. The paper said this was confirmed by British security sources, Larry Miller reporting.

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

The US military says 32 militants have been killed in Afghanistan as they were attacking a patrol of Afghan and coalition forces. When the militants first ambushed the patrol, coalition troops called in airstrikes.

 

Presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain are both pledging to reform the nation's immigration policies. They each got standing ovations in separate appearances today before a meeting of Latino elected officials.

 

Riot police in Bulgaria have detained dozens of extremists who were tossing rocks, bottles and gasoline bombs at the capital city's first ever gay pride parade today. About 150 people took part in the event, no serious injuries were reported.   LaCie role

 

One of North America's largest gay pride festivals is underway in Toronto, more from Dan Karpenchuk.

 

The feathers are leathering lace * , the party has been going strong a week. It's the 28th year that the city has held gay pride celebrations. Toronto has become one of the most prominent gay pride festivals in the world. This year, about 1.2 million people are expected to attend the pride parade on Sunday. And that's become big tourist businesses for the city. It's also become a political event, as politicians from all parties and levels of government show their support. And this year for the first time, Canadian military personnel in uniform will be allowed to take part in the march. The soldiers will march alongside firefighters, police and others. One officer says it will send out the message that the Canadian Forces is an employer of choice for all people. For NPR News, I'm Dan Karpenchuk, in Toronto.

 

A teenager was struck and killed by a roller coaster at the Six Flags amusement park outside Atlanta this afternoon after entering a restricted area near the ride. A spokeswoman for the park said the 17-year-old apparently ignored warning signs and scaled two large fences to enter that area.

 

I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

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