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I am Terry Winn from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Zimbabwe’s opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has rejected an African Union’s resolution calling for the creation of a power-sharing government. “The resolution endorses the concept of a government of national unity without acknowledging that the MDC, as the winner of the last credible election of  29 March should be recognized as the legitimate government of Zimbabwe. A GNU does not address the  problems facing Zimbabwe or acknowledge the will of Zimbabwean people."

 

The European Union said today it backs African Union's calls for a Zimbabwean government of national unity, but said Tsvangirai should serve as its Prime Minister. Speaking before the British Parliament on Wednesday, Prime Minister Gordon Brown seemed to share Tsvangirai’s resolve to move beyond talk over a power-sharing government. “In the absence of real change we will step up our sanctions and ask other countries to do so, we will press for tough actions on Zimbabwe at the Security Council later today, we will do so at the G8 in  coming days, there will not be support for reconstruction in Zimbabwe until democracy is restored."

 

The State Department says It's still searching for a solution that would  allow Zimbabwe to return to  democracy and avoid  further violence. A US draft resolution has been circulated at the United Nations calling for new travel and financial sanctions against Zimbabwe’s government.

President Bush says he is aware of  difficulties American and allied troops are facing in Afghanistan. But he is convinced the coalition strategy will work in the end. “One reason why there have been more deaths is because our troops are taking the fight to a tough enemy - an enemy that does not like our presence there because they don’t like the idea of America denying safe haven."  June was the deadliest month for US and NATO forces in Afghanistan since the US-led invasion in 2001. But Mr. Bush also noted June had been a tough month for the Taliban.


The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development predicts unemployment will go up in the world's leading economies. The report issued Wednesday shows the average unemployment rate in the 30 OECD countries rising to 6% next year, reversing the drop-downward trend of the past years. The OECD attributes increased joblessness to a worldwide economy slowdown. Squeezing the world’s economy even further the price of crude oil hitting a new record high on Wednesday in New York trading. Oil went to nearly 144 dollars a barrel before suddenly back to finish at $143.74  a barrel.


Iranian Oil Minister Gholam Hossein Nozari  says any attack on Iran will cause further turmoil in the already volatile crude oil market. Speaking in Madrid, Spain on the sidelines of the World Petroleum Congress, Nozari said Iran will react fiercely if attacked. However, he said his country will continue to supply the oil market.

 

Iran’s foreign minister says there is a new atmosphere in its talks with six world powers about the nation's controversial nuclear program. From UN headquarters in New York, VOA’s Margaret Besheer  reports the comments are raising hopes diplomatic solution could be on the horizon.

 

Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki says his government is reviewing the latest package of trade and economic incentives presented last week by EU policy chief Javier Solana and representatives of  five of the six major powers involved in the negotiations. Mottaki would not say directly when asked whether Iran has changed its position and would comply. US ambassador to the United Nations Zalmay Khalilzad  has expressed some skepticism as to whether there is a real shift in Iranian policy. “We will have to wait and see whether there is an actual change or is there  an effort to sugarcoat  a hardline policy and a defiant policy.” Earlier President Bush repeated his stance that all options remain on the table regarding Iran. But then he has made it clear to all parties his administration's first preference is to solve this issue diplomatically. But he warned Iran if he does not stop enriching uranium, it would be isolated and suffer economic hardship. Margaret Besheer  VOA news, the United Nations

 

Moscow has rejected it needs discussions on its territorial dispute with Japan during the upcoming summit of the 8 industrialized nations the next week. The  disputed involve four islands known as the Northern Territories in Japan and as the Southern Kurils in Russia. Two of the islands were occupied by  Soviet troops at the end of  World War II and are currently under Russia’s control.

 

I am Terry Winn, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.


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Homework From the VOA news center in Washington Zimbabwe’s opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has rejected African Union’s resolution calling for the creation of power-sharing government. “The resolution endorses the causes of a government of national unity without technology that MDC as the winner of the last malicious election in dreamland much should be illegitimacy with government ban. As GNU does not look at this problem facing Zimbabwe all I had called in, the wither of Zimbabwe’s future. The European Union said today he has backed African Union calls for a Zimbabwe government of national unity, but said Tsvangirai should serve as the Prime Minister. Speaking reports the British parliament on Tuesday Prime Minister Gordan Brown saying the share Tsvangirai’s result the move beyond talk as public-sharing government. “In the absence of real change we will step for our sanctions and ask other countries to do so. We will press for tough actions on Zimbabwe at the Security Council later today. We will do so as the GA in coming days there will not be support for reconstruction in Zimbabwe until the democracy has restored. The state department says he is still searching for a solution that would not allow Zimbabwe to return to the democracy and avoid the further violent. A US draft resolution has been circulated that United Nations calling for new travel and financial sanctions against Zimbabwe’s government. President Bush says he is aware of the difficulty in American airlines troops are facing in Afghanistan, but he is convict of the coalition strategy will work in the end. “One reason why there has been more death because our troops are taking a fight to a tough enemy. I don’t mean like a president stare because they don’t like the ideas for American deny safe, either. June was the deadly as month for US and NATO forces in Afghanistan since the US-led invasion in 2001. The Mr. Bush also knows June had been the tough month for Taliban. The organization for Economic cooperation in developed* unemployment would go up in the world living in economies. The report issued Wednesday shows the average unemployment rate in the 30 OECT countries rising 16% last year, reversing the drop down was drained last year. The OECT attributing creates jobless to a worldwide economy slowdown. Squeezing the world’s economy further the price of crude oil hit a new record higher on Wednesday on New York trading. Oil went to nearly 144 dollars a barrel before suddenly back to finish 143.74 dollars a barrel. Iranian oil minister // says any attack on Iran will cause further turmoil on the already / crude oil market. Speaking in the drill Spain on the sidelines of the world’s petroleum congression those who have said Iran will react fiercely if attack, however, he said his country will continue to supply the oil market. Iran’s foreign minister says there is a new atmosphere in these talks with six world powers about nations conversion nuclear program. From UN’s headquarter in New York, VOA’s // reports the government has raised hopes on diplomatic solution could be on the horizon. Iranian Foreign Minister // says his government is reviewing the latest package of trade and economic incentives presented last week by EU policy chief // and representatives of the five of six nature powers involved in the negotiations. // would not say directly when asked whether Iran has changed the position that it would comply. US ambassador to United Nations // expresses some skepticism as there’s whether a real shift on Iranian policy. “We will have to wait and see whether there is an actual change or it’s that an effort to shock off cold a hotline policy and defined policy.” Early president Bush repeated his stands that all options remain on the table regarding Iran. But then he has made clear to all parties his administration first preference is to solve the issue diplomatically but he wanted Iran if he did not stop enriching uranium it would be isolated in suffering economic current shift. // VOA news, United Nations Mexico has rejected the NATO’s discussion of his territorial dispute with Japan during the upcoming some of the indoors ///nations during next week but dispute involve four islands known as the northern territorial in Japan and in southern career in Russia. The two islands were occupied by Soviet Union troops at the end of the World War Two and currently under Russia’s control.
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Homework From the VOA news center in Washington Zimbabwe’s opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has rejected African Union’s resolution calling for the creation of power-sharing government. “The resolution endorses the causes of a government of national unity without technology that MDC as the winner of the last malicious election in dreamland much should be illegitimacy with government ban. As GNU does not look at this problem facing Zimbabwe all I had called in, the wither of Zimbabwe’s future. The European Union said today he has backed African Union calls for a Zimbabwe government of national unity, but said Tsvangirai should serve as the Prime Minister. Speaking reports the British parliament on Tuesday Prime Minister Gordan Brown saying the share Tsvangirai’s result the move beyond talk as public-sharing government. “In the absence of real change we will step for our sanctions and ask other countries to do so. We will press for tough actions on Zimbabwe at the Security Council later today. We will do so as the GA in coming days there will not be support for reconstruction in Zimbabwe until the democracy has restored. The state department says he is still searching for a solution that would not allow Zimbabwe to return to the democracy and avoid the further violent. A US draft resolution has been circulated that United Nations calling for new travel and financial sanctions against Zimbabwe’s government. President Bush says he is aware of the difficulty in American airlines troops are facing in Afghanistan, but he is convict of the coalition strategy will work in the end. “One reason why there has been more death because our troops are taking a fight to a tough enemy. I don’t mean like a president stare because they don’t like the ideas for American deny safe, either. June was the deadly as month for US and NATO forces in Afghanistan since the US-led invasion in 2001. The Mr. Bush also knows June had been the tough month for Taliban. The organization for Economic cooperation in developed* unemployment would go up in the world living in economies. The report issued Wednesday shows the average unemployment rate in the 30 OECT countries rising 16% last year, reversing the drop down was drained last year. The OECT attributing creates jobless to a worldwide economy slowdown. Squeezing the world’s economy further the price of crude oil hit a new record higher on Wednesday on New York trading. Oil went to nearly 144 dollars a barrel before suddenly back to finish 143.74 dollars a barrel. Iranian oil minister // says any attack on Iran will cause further turmoil on the already / crude oil market. Speaking in the drill Spain on the sidelines of the world’s petroleum congression those who have said Iran will react fiercely if attack, however, he said his country will continue to supply the oil market. Iran’s foreign minister says there is a new atmosphere in these talks with six world powers about nations conversion nuclear program. From UN’s headquarter in New York, VOA’s // reports the government has raised hopes on diplomatic solution could be on the horizon. Iranian Foreign Minister // says his government is reviewing the latest package of trade and economic incentives presented last week by EU policy chief // and representatives of the five of six nature powers involved in the negotiations. // would not say directly when asked whether Iran has changed the position that it would comply. US ambassador to United Nations // expresses some skepticism as there’s whether a real shift on Iranian policy. “We will have to wait and see whether there is an actual change or it’s that an effort to shock off cold a hotline policy and defined policy.” Early president Bush repeated his stands that all options remain on the table regarding Iran. But then he has made clear to all parties his administration first preference is to solve the issue diplomatically but he wanted Iran if he did not stop enriching uranium it would be isolated in suffering economic current shift. // VOA news, United Nations Mexico has rejected the NATO’s discussion of his territorial dispute with Japan during the upcoming some of the indoors ///nations during next week but dispute involve four islands known as the northern territorial in Japan and in southern career in Russia. The two islands were occupied by Soviet Union troops at the end of the World War Two and currently under Russia’s control.

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I'm Terry Wing from the VOA news center in Washington.

Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has rejected an African Union resolution calling for the creation of a power-sharing government.

"The resolution endorses the concept of a government of national unity without acknowledge that the MDC as the winner of the last credible election in 29 march should be recognized legitimate government of Zimbabwe. A GNU does not address the problems facing Zimbabwe or acknowledge the will of Zimbabwean people.

The European Union said today it backs African Union calls for a Zimbabwean government of national unity, but said Tsvangirai should serve as its prime minister. Speaking before the British Parliament on Wednesday Prime Minister Gordon Brown saying the share Tsvangirai's result the move beyond talk of a power-sharing government.

"In the absence of real change we will step for our sanctions and ask other countries to do so. We will press for tough actions on Zimbabwe at the Security Council later today. We will do so as the GA in coming days that there will not be support for reconstruction in Zimbabwe until the democracy has restored.

The State Department says it's still searching for a solution that would not allow Zimbabwe to return to the democracy and avoid further violence. A US draft resolution has been circulated that the United Nations calling for new travel and financial sanctions against Zimbabwe's government.

President Bush says he is aware of difficulties of American and allied troops are facing in Afghanistan, but that he's convinced of coalition strategy will work in the end.

"One reason why there have been more deaths is because our troops are taking the fight to a tough enemy. You know an enemy may don't like our presence stare because they don't like the idea for American deny safe, either.

June was the deadliest month for US and NATO forces in Afghanistan since the US-led invasion in 2001. But Mr. Bush also noted June had been a tough month for the Taliban. The organization for Economic Co-operation and Development predicts unemployment would go up in the world living in economies. The report issued Wednesday shows the average unemployment rate in the 30 OECD countries rising to 16% next year, reversing the drop down was drained past years. The OECD attributing creates jobless to a worldwide economy slowdown.

Squeezing the world economy even further the price of crude oil hit a new record high on Wednesday on New York trading. Oil went to nearly 144 dollars a barrel before suddenly back to finish at 143.74 dollars a barrel. Iranian Oil Minister Gholam Hossein Nozari says any attack on Iran will cause further turmoil in the already volatile crude oil market. Speaking in the Madrid Spain on the sidelines of the World's petroleum congress, Nozari said Iran would react fiercely if attacked, however, he said his country will continue to supply the oil market. Iran's foreign minister says there is a new atmosphere in its talks with six world powers about the nation's controversial nuclear program. From UN headquarters in New York, VOA's Margaret Besheer reports the comments are raising hopes a diplomatic solution could be on the horizon.

Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki says his government is reviewing the latest package of trade and economic incentives presented last week by EU Policy Chief Javier Solana and representatives of the five of six major powers involved in the negotiations. Mottaki would not say directly when asked whether Iran has changed its position and it would comply. US ambassador to the United Nations Zalmay Khalilzad expresses some skepticism as to whether there's a real shift in Iranian policy.

"We will have to wait and see whether there is an actual change or it's that an effort to shock off cold a hotline policy and defined policy." Earlier president Bush repeated his stands that all options remain on the table regarding Iran. But that he has made it clear to all parties his administration's first preference is to solve the issue diplomatically but he warned Iran if it does not stop enriching uranium it would be isolated in suffering economic hardship. Margaret Besheer VOA news, the United Nations.

Moscow has rejected the NATO's discussion of its territorial dispute with Japan during the upcoming some of the industrialized nations during next week, but the disputed involve four islands known as the Northern Territories in Japan and as the Southern Kuril in Russia. The two islands were occupied by Soviet troops in the World War Two and currently under Russian control.

I'm Terry Wing, VOA News, more news on the Internet at VOANEWS.COM.
 
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From the VOA news center in Washington Zimbabwe’s opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has rejected an African Union resolution calling for the creation of a power-sharing government.

 

“The resolution endorses the causes of a government of national unity without technology that the MDC as the winner of the last malicious election in dreamland much should be illegitimacy with government ban. As GNU does not / at this problem facing Zimbabwe or technology, the will of Zimbabwe’s people. "

 

The European Union said today it has/has/ backs African Union calls for a Zimbabwe government of national unity, but said Tsvangirai should serve as its Prime Minister. Speaking before the British parliament on Tuesday Prime Minister Gordan Brown saying the share Tsvangirai’s result the move beyond talk as a power-sharing government.

 

“In the absence of real change we will step for our sanctions and ask other countries to do so. We will press for tough actions on Zimbabwe at the Security Council later today. We will do so as the GA in coming days there will not be support for reconstruction in Zimbabwe until the democracy has restored. The state department says he is still searching for a solution that would not/not/ allow Zimbabwe to return to the democracy and avoid the /the/ further violent. A US draft resolution has been circulated that United Nations calling for new travel and financial sanctions against Zimbabwe’s government.

 

President Bush says he is aware of the difficulty in American airlines troops are facing in Afghanistan, but he is convict of the coalition's strategy will work in the end. “One reason why there has been more death because our troops are taking a fight to a tough enemy. You know,I mean I don’t  like a president stare because they don’t like the idea of the American deny safe, either. June was the deadly as month for US and NATO forces in Afghanistan since the US-led invasion in 2001. The Mr. Bush also notes June had been a tough month for the Taliban.

 

The Organization for Economic Cooperation in development predicts unemployment would go up in the world living in /in/economies. The report issued Wednesday shows the average unemployment rate in the 30 OECT countries rising to 16% last year, reversing the drop down was drained last year. The OECT attributing creates jobless to a worldwide economy slowdown. Squeezing the world’s economy even further the price of crude oil hit a new record high on Wednesday on New York trading. Oil went to nearly 144 dollars a barrel before suddenly back to finish 143.74 dollars a barrel.Iranian Oil Minister Gholam Hossein Nozari says any attack on Iran will cause further turmoil on the already volatile crude oil market. Speaking in the drill Spain on the sidelines of the world’s petroleum congression those who have said Iran will react fiercely if attack, however, he said his country will continue to supply the oil market.Iran’s foreign minister says there is a new atmosphere in these talks with six world powers about nations convercial nuclear program.

 

From UN headquarters in New York, VOA’s // reports the government has raised hopes on diplomatic solution could be on the horizon. Iran's Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki says his government is reviewing the latest package of trade and economic incentives presented last week by EU Policy Chief Javier Solana and representatives of the five of six nature powers involved in the negotiations.  Mottaki would not say directly when asked whether Iran has changed its position that it would comply. US ambassador to United Nations // expresses some skepticism as there’s whether a real shift on Iranian policy. “We will have to wait and see whether there is an actual change or it’s that an effort to shock off cold a hotline policy and defined policy.” Early president Bush repeated his stands that all options remain on the table regarding Iran. But then he has made it clear to all parties his administration first preference is to solve this issue diplomatically but he warned Iran if he did not stop enriching uranium it would be isolated in suffering economic current shift. // VOA news, United Nations Mexico has rejected the NATO’s discussion of his territorial dispute with Japan during the upcoming some of the indoors ///nations during next week but dispute involve four islands known as the northern territorial in Japan and in southern career in Russia. The two islands were occupied by Soviet Union troops at the end of the World War Two and currently under Russia’s control.

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 I’m Jerry Wing from the VOA news center in Washington. Zimbabwe’s opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has rejected an African Union resolution calling for the creation of a power sharing government.

 

“The resolution indenses the causes over government of the National Unity, without technology that the emptiness ended over the last election in 29 March should be realize with government of Zimbabwe. A GMU does not problem blasé Zimbabwe’s or archnology the will of Zimbabwe people. ”

 

The European Union said today has backs up African Union calls for a Zimbabwe’s government of National Unity but said Jungarise should service as prime minister. Speaking report the British Parliament on Wednesday, prime minister Gorden Brown seemed to share changarise resolve to move beyond talk over power sharing government.

 

“In the absence of real change we will step out our sanctions and ask other countries to do so. We will press for tough actions in Zimbabwe at the security council later today we will do so at the GAT coming days. There will not be support for reconstruction in Zimbabwe until democracy issue stored.

 

The state parliament says they are still searching for a solution that will allow Zimbabwe to return to democracy and avoid further violence. A US draft resolution was been circulated after United Nation’s calling for new travel and financial sanctions against Zimbabwe’s government. President Bush says he is aware of difficulties in America and LA troops are facing in Afghanistan. But he’s convinced a correlation strategy will work in the end.

 

“One reason why there had been more death because our troops are taking a fight to a tough enemy. They aren’t made a president sincere because they don’t like the idea of American denied safe **.

 

June was the deadliest month for US tornado forces in Afghanistan since the US ** vision in 2001. But Mr Bush also noted June had been a tough month for the Taliban.

 

The organization for economical operation development predicts unemployment will go up in the world’s living economies. Report issued Wednesday shows the average unemployment rate in the 30 OECD countries, rising the 6% next year, reversing the drop downward during the past years.The OECD attributing crease joblessness to a worldwide economic slowdown.. Squeezing the world economy even further the price of accrued oil hit a new record high on Wednesday New York Trading. Oil went to nearly 144 dollars a barrel before settling back to finish at 143 dollar 74 cents a barrel.

 

Iran in oil minister Glamhoo Sen Muzary says any attack on Iran will cause further turmoil on the already volatile crude oil market, speaking in Madrid Spain on the sidelines of the world petroleum congress. Musary said Iran will react fiercely of attack however he said this country will continue to supply the oil market.

 

Iran’s foreign administer says there’s a new atmosphere in this stocks with 6 world powers ** controversial nuclear program. From UN headquarters in New York, VOA’ Marshier reports.

 

 The comments on raising hopes in the polemic solution could be on horizon. "Iran foreign minister Monhu mortaky says his government is reviewing the latest package of trade in economic incentives presented last week by EU policy chief Heavier Salana and representatives of 5 of the 6 major powers involved in the negotiations. Mutaki would not say directly when asked Iran has changed it’s position and will comply. US ambassador to United Nation Zealmay Colliozack expressed some skepticism as to whether there’s a real shift in Iranian policy.

 

“We have to wait and see whether there is an actual change or is that an effort to sugarcoat the hardline policy and ** policy.

 

Earlier President Bush repeated his stands that all options remain on the table regarding Iran. But that he is made clear to all parties administration’s first preference is to solve the issue diplomatically.

 

But he warned Iran if it doesn’t stop reaching Uranium it will be isolated and suffer economic hardship. Markel Bishion VOA news, the United Nations.

 

 Moscow has rejected a NATO’s discussion of it’s territorial dispute with Japan during the upcoming summit of ** industrialization there next week. But the disputed involve 4 islands known as the other territories in Japan and as the southern Korea’s in Russia. The 2 islands were occupied by Soviet troops at the end of World War II. And they are currently under Russian control. I’m Jerry Wing, VOA news. More news on the internet at VOANEWS.COM.

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I am Terry Winn from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Zimbabwe’s opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has rejected an African Union resolution calling for the creation of a power-sharing government. “The resolution endorses the concept of a government of national unity (GNU) without acknowledging that the MDC, as the winner of the last credible election of 29 March should be recognized as the legitimate government of Zimbabwe. A GNU does not address the problem facing Zimbabwe or acknowledge the will of Zimbabwen people. "

 

The European Union said today it backs African Union calls for a Zimbabwe government of national unity, but said Tsvangirai should serve as its Prime Minister. Speaking before the British parliament on Wednesday, Prime Minister Gordon Brown seemed to share Tsvangirai’s resolve to move beyond talk over a power-sharing government. “In the absence of real change we will step up our sanctions and ask other countries to do so. We will press for tough actions on Zimbabwe at the Security Council later today. We will do so at the G8 in coming days there will not be support for reconstruction in Zimbabwe until democracy is restored.

 

The State Department says it's still searching for a solution that would allow Zimbabwe to return to  democracy and avoid further violence. A US draft resolution has been circulated that the United Nations calling for new travel and financial sanctions against Zimbabwe’s government.

 

President Bush says he is aware of  difficulties American and allied troops are facing in Afghanistan, but he is convinced the coalition strategy will work in the end. “One reason why there have been more deaths is because our troops are taking the fight to a tough enemy-an enemy that does not like our presence there because they don’t like the idea of  America denying safe haven. June was the deadliest month for US and NATO forces in Afghanistan since the US-led invasion in 2001. Mr. Bush also noted June had been a tough month for the Taliban.

 

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and development predicts unemployment will go up in the world's leading economies. The report issued Wednesday shows the average unemployment rate in the 30 OECT countries rising to 6% last year, reversing the drop downward trend of the past years. The OECT attributes increased joblessness to a worldwide economy slowdown. Squeezing the world’s economy even further the price of crude oil hit a new record high on Wednesday on New York trading. Oil went to nearly 144 dollars a barrel before suddenly back to finish at $143.74  a barrel.

 

Iranian Oil Minister Gholam Hossein Nozari says any attack on Iran will cause further turmoil in the already volatile crude oil market. Speaking in Madrid, Spain on the sidelines of the World  Petroleum Congression, Nazari said Iran will react fiercely if attacked. However, he said his country will continue to supply the oil market.

 

Iran’s foreign minister says there is a new atmosphere in its talks with six world powers about the nation's  controversial nuclear program. From UN headquarters in New York, VOA’s Margarete Besheer reports the comments are raising hopes  diplomatic solution could be on the horizon.

 

Iran's Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki says his government is reviewing the latest package of trade and economic incentives presented last week by EU Policy Chief Javier Solana and representatives of  five of the six major powers involved in the negotiations.  Mottaki would not say directly when asked whether Iran has changed its position and it would comply. US ambassador to United Nations Zalmay Khalilzad has expressed some skepticism as to whether there is a real shift in Iranian policy. “We will have to wait and see whether there is an actual change or is there an effort to sugarcoathardline policy and a defiant policy.” Early president Bush repeated his stance that all options remain on the table regarding Iran. But then he has made it clear to all parties his administration's first preference is to solve this issue diplomatically. But he warned Iran if he does not stop enriching uranium, it would be isolated  and suffer economic hardshipMargarete Besheer, VOA news, the United Nations.

 

Moscow has rejected it needs  discussions on its territorial dispute with Japan during the upcoming summit of the eight industrialized nations next week.  The disputed involve four islands known as the Northern Territories in Japan and the Southern Kurils in Russia. Two of the  islands were occupied by Soviet troops at the end of World War II and  are currently under Russia’s control.

 

I am Terry Winn, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

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I am Terry Winn from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Zimbabwe’s opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has rejected an African Union resolution calling for the creation of a power-sharing government. “The resolution endorses the concept of a government of national unity (GNU) without acknowledging that the MDC, as the winner of the last credible election of 29 March should be recognized as the legitimate government of Zimbabwe. A GNU does not address the problems facing Zimbabwe or acknowledge the will of the Zimbabwean people. "

 

The European Union said today it backs African Union calls for a Zimbabwean government of national unity, but said Tsvangirai should serve as its Prime Minister. Speaking before the British parliament on Wednesday, Prime Minister Gordon Brown seemed to share Tsvangirai’s resolve to move beyond talk over a power-sharing government. “In the absence of real change we will step up our sanctions and ask other countries to do so. We will press for tough action/ on Zimbabwe at the Security Council later today. We will do so at the G8 in coming days there will not be support for reconstruction in Zimbabwe until democracy is restored.”

 

The State Department says it's still searching for a solution that would allow Zimbabwe to return to democracy and avoid further violence. A US draft resolution has been circulated at the United Nations calling for new travel and financial sanctions against Zimbabwe’s government.

 

President Bush says he is aware of difficulties American and allied troops are facing in Afghanistan, but that he is convinced a coalition strategy will work in the end. “One reason why there have been more deaths is because our troops are taking the fight to a tough enemy-you know, an enemy / doesn’t like our presence there because they don’t like the idea of America denying safe haven.” June was the deadliest month for US and NATO forces in Afghanistan since the US-led invasion in 2001. But Mr. Bush also noted June had been a tough month for the Taliban.

 

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and development predicts unemployment will go up in the world's leading economies. A report issued Wednesday shows the average unemployment rate in the 30 OECT countries rising to 6% next year, reversing the drop downward trend of the past years. The OECT attributes increased joblessness to a worldwide economy slowdown. Squeezing the world/ economy even further the price of crude oil hit a new record high on Wednesday on New York trading. Oil went to nearly 144 dollars a barrel before saddling back to finish at $143.74  a barrel.

 

Iranian Oil Minister Gholam Hossein Nozari says any attack on Iran will cause further turmoil in the already volatile crude oil market. Speaking in Madrid, Spain on the sidelines of the World  Petroleum Congression, Nazari said Iran will react fiercely if attacked. However, he said his country will continue to supply the oil market.

 

Iran’s foreign minister says there is a new atmosphere in its talks with six world powers about the nation's controversial nuclear program. From UN headquarters in New York, VOA’s Margarete Besheer reports the comments are raising hopes of diplomatic solution could be on the horizon.

 

Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki says his government is reviewing the latest package of trade and economic incentives presented last week by EU Policy Chief Javier Solana and representatives of  five of the six major powers involved in the negotiations.  Mottaki would not say directly when asked whether Iran has changed its position and/would comply. US ambassador to United Nations Zalmay Khalilzad / expressed some skepticism as to whether there is a real shift in Iranian policy. “We will have to wait and see whether there is an actual change or is there an effort to sugarcoat a hardline policy and a defiant policy.” Early president Bush repeated his stance that all options remain on the table regarding Iran, but that he has made it clear to all parties his administration's first preference is to solve this issue diplomatically. But he warned Iran if he does not stop enriching uranium, it would be isolated  and suffer economic hardship.  Margarete Besheer, VOA news, the United Nations.

 

Moscow has rejected it any discussion/ of its territorial dispute with Japan during the upcoming summit of the eight industrialized nations there next week.  The disputed involve four islands known as the Northern Territories in Japan and as the Southern Kurils in Russia. The two * islands were occupied by Soviet troops at the end of World War II and  are currently under Russian control.

 

I am Terry Winn, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

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I am Terry Winn from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Zimbabwe’s opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has rejected an African Union’s resolution calling for the creation of a power-sharing government. “The resolution endorses the concept of a government of national unity without acknowledging that the MDC, as the winner of the last credible election of  29 March should be recognized as the legitimate government of Zimbabwe. A GNU does not address the  problems facing Zimbabwe or acknowledge the will of Zimbabwean people."

 

The European Union said today it backs African Union's calls for a Zimbabwean government of national unity, but said Tsvangirai should serve as its Prime Minister. Speaking before the British Parliament on Wednesday, Prime Minister Gordon Brown seemed to share Tsvangirai’s resolve to move beyond talk over a power-sharing government. “In the absence of real change we will step up our sanctions and ask other countries to do so, we will press for tough actions on Zimbabwe at the Security Council later today, we will do so at the G8 in  coming days, there will not be support for reconstruction in Zimbabwe until democracy is restored."

 

The State Department says It's still searching for a solution that would  allow Zimbabwe to return to  democracy and avoid  further violence. A US draft resolution has been circulated at the United Nations calling for new travel and financial sanctions against Zimbabwe’s government.

President Bush says he is aware of  difficulties American and allied troops are facing in Afghanistan. But he is convinced the coalition strategy will work in the end. “One reason why there have been more deaths is because our troops are taking the fight to a tough enemy - an enemy that does not like our presence there because they don’t like the idea of America denying safe haven."  June was the deadliest month for US and NATO forces in Afghanistan since the US-led invasion in 2001. But Mr. Bush also noted June had been a tough month for the Taliban.


The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development predicts unemployment will go up in the world's leading economies. The report issued Wednesday shows the average unemployment rate in the 30 OECD countries rising to 6% next year, reversing the drop-downward trend of the past years. The OECD attributes increased joblessness to a worldwide economy slowdown. Squeezing the world’s economy even further the price of crude oil hitting a new record high on Wednesday in New York trading. Oil went to nearly 144 dollars a barrel before suddenly back to finish at $143.74  a barrel.


Iranian Oil Minister Gholam Hossein Nozari  says any attack on Iran will cause further turmoil in the already volatile crude oil market. Speaking in Madrid, Spain on the sidelines of the World Petroleum Congress, Nozari said Iran will react fiercely if attacked. However, he said his country will continue to supply the oil market.

 

Iran’s foreign minister says there is a new atmosphere in its talks with six world powers about the nation's controversial nuclear program. From UN headquarters in New York, VOA’s Margaret Besheer  reports the comments are raising hopes diplomatic solution could be on the horizon.

 

Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki says his government is reviewing the latest package of trade and economic incentives presented last week by EU policy chief Javier Solana and representatives of  five of the six major powers involved in the negotiations. Mottaki would not say directly when asked whether Iran has changed its position and would comply. US ambassador to the United Nations Zalmay Khalilzad  has expressed some skepticism as to whether there is a real shift in Iranian policy. “We will have to wait and see whether there is an actual change or is there  an effort to sugarcoat  a hardline policy and a defiant policy.” Earlier President Bush repeated his stance that all options remain on the table regarding Iran. But then he has made it clear to all parties his administration's first preference is to solve this issue diplomatically. But he warned Iran if he does not stop enriching uranium, it would be isolated and suffer economic hardship. Margaret Besheer  VOA news, the United Nations

 

Moscow has rejected it needs discussions on its territorial dispute with Japan during the upcoming summit of the 8 industrialized nations the next week. The  disputed involve four islands known as the Northern Territories in Japan and as the Southern Kurils in Russia. Two of the islands were occupied by  Soviet troops at the end of  World War II and are currently under Russia’s control.

 

I am Terry Winn, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.


 

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I am Terry Wing from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Zimbabwe’s opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has rejected an African Union resolution calling for a creation of power-showing government.

 

The resolution endorses, it calls for the government of lagina unity, without acknowledging that the MDC, as the winner of the last credible election in 20th March, should be recognized as the legitimate government of Zimbabwe. AGMU does not / problems faced by Zimbabwe or acknowledge the will of its normal people.

 

The European Union said today it backs African Union calls for a Zimbabwean governmental national unity but said Tsvangirai should serve as its Prime Minister. Speaking before the British Parliament on Wednesday, Prime Minister Gordon Brown seems to share Tsvangirai’s resolve the move / of a power showing government.

 

In the absence of real change, we will step our sanctions and ask other countries to do so. We’ll press for tough actions on Zimbabwe after the Security Council later today. We’ll do so at the G8 in coming days, they will not be supported for reconstruction in Zimbabwe and took democracy as restored.

 

The State Department says it is still searching for a solution that will allow Zimbabwe to return to democracy and to avoid further violence. A US draft resolution has been circulated in the UN, calling for new travel and financial sanctions against Zimbabwe’s government. 

 

President Bush says he is aware of the difficulties the American and allied troops are facing in Afghanistan. But he is convinced that coalition strategy will work in the end.

 

One reason why there have been more dashes is because our troops are taking a fight to a tough enemy. An enemy doesn’t like / because they did not like the idea that America has saved them.

 

June was the deadliest month for the US NATO force In Afghanistan since the US invasion in 2001, but Mr. Bush also noted June is a tough month for theTaliban.

 

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Developments predicts that the world’s unemployment will go up in the world’s leading economies. Reports issued on Wednesday shows the average unemployment rate in the third OECD countries, rising by 60 percent next year. / / in the past years. The OECD attributes in the joblessness to the worldwide economic slowdown.

 

Squeeze in the world’s economy even further the prize of crude oil has even a record high on Wednesday in New York Trading, oil went to nearly 144 dollars a barrel before suddenly back to finish, at 143 dollars 74 since the barrel.

 

Iranian Oil Minister Golanbu Simuzawi says any attack on Iran will get for the turmoil in already screwed crude oil market. Speaking in Madrid in Spain, on the sidelines of the World’s Petroleum Congress, Simuzawi said that Iran will react fiercely if the attack, however, he says his country will continue to supply the oil market.

 

Iran’s Foreign Minister says there is a new atmosphere in / with 6 world powers about the Asia’s controversial nuclear program. From UN headquarters in New York, VOA’s / / reports, the commons are raising hopes of the diplomatic solution could be under arisen. Iranian Foreign Minister Manushare Mtaki says since the government is reviewing the latest package of the trade and economic / presented last week by EU policy chief Ethiopio Solana and representatives of 5 out of the 6 major powers involved in the negotiations. But Turkey will not say they will ask change, whether Iran will change its positions to comply.

 

US ambassador to the United Nations / / expressed some skepticism to whether there is a real shift of Iran’s real policy.

 

We all have to wait and see whether it is an actual change, or is that an effort to sugarcoat a hotline policy, a defiant policy.

 

Earlier, President Bush repeated his stance that all options remain on the table regarding Iran, but that he has made a clear party says the ministry’s first preference is to solve this issue diplomatically. But he warned Iran if it did not stop enriching Uranium, It will be isolated in suffering economic curl ship. Markle Michael, VOA News, the United Nations.

 

Moscow has rejusted the new discussion of territorial dispute with Japan in the upcoming summit of 8 industrialized nations there next week. The disputes involve four islands, known as the northern territories in Japan and Southern Korea rather than Russia. The islands were occupied by Soviet troops at the end of WWII, and currently under Russian control.

 

I am Terry Wing, VOA News, more news on the Internet at voanews.com.

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