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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Korva Coleman.

Law enforcement officials who are investigating car bombing attempt in New York City tell NPR they believe the evidence is starting to point to an internatinoal plot. NPR’s Dina Temple-Raston reports.

Two people close to the case say they believe that several people were behind the attempted Times Square car bombing and they appeared to have received some guidance from abroad. The officials decline to be more specific and caution that is still very early in the investigation to draw any definitive conclusions. That's said they said so far the evidence seems to rule out the work of Right Wing extremists. Investigators are following a number of leads. They have spoken to the person whose SUV was registered to and now they are looking for the man who actually was driving the car on Saturday night. They are also asking that the two men caught on videotape near the site of the attack come forward. Officials say they aren't suspects but they'd like to interview them anyway. Dina Temple-Raston, NPR News, New York.

The White House says the US deligation at a nuclear conference at the United Nations walked out of a speech today given by Iran's president. The White House says Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s remarks were full of wild accusations. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warns Iran is only trying to distract attention away from its own behavior. Iran is again rejecting charges from the United States and other countries of Iran's developing a nuclear weapon.

Energy Company BP is offering some assurance the corporation will compensate fishermen and others whose livelihood is damaged by the growing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. NPR’s Scott Horsley reports.

The Obama administration is vowing to make certain that BP pays, not only for the cost of cleaning up the oil flowing from a damaged deep water well, but also those who lose income because of the spill. The president met Sunday with fishermen and local officials in Louisiana and talked about setting up an efficient process for handling claims. White House Spokesman Robert Gibbs says compensation is called for under federal law. "BP is responsible part of it, right? So if local fishermen can't fish, that's an economic loss that BP is gonna have to pay." Over the weekend, the government closed a large swath of Gulf to fishing for at least ten days. BP has so far been unable to seal off the well. It's expected to take another week or so to install a system for capturing spilled oil and pumping it into surface. Scott Horsley, NPR News, the White House.

At least 21 people have died in the south over the past few days from bad weather. Tornados, flooding, torrential rain and hail have pelted Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee. The * River raised above flood stage in national and Tennessee officials worry more people will be killed as water flows into the city. Residents are being asked to boil water because one treatment plant is flooded and shut down.

On Wall Street before the close, the Dow Jones Industrials were up 144 points at 11,153.

You are listening to NPR News from Washington.

Among the several types of antidepressants available to patients, no one drug is more likely to be linked to suicidal thoughts and actions than another. NPR’s Joanne Silberner has more.

A few years ago, questions were raised about a possible link between suicides and a group of antidepressants called *, drugs like Prozac and Zoloft. The US Food and Drug Administration told doctors and patients to be alert for suicide thoughts with any kind of antidepressant, not just *. Now Canadian researchers have analyzed the records of 288,000 people on antidepressants. Less than 0.3% of them attempted or completed the suicide. The findings published in the Archives of General Psychiatry back up the FDA decision: no one class of drugs is more likely to lead to suicide thoughts and actions than another and no single * is riskier than another. The analysts did not address the question of whether or to what degree antidepressants are related to suicide. Joanne Silberner, NPR News.

Greek workers will strike tomorrow to protest cuts in the government spending. Greek officials agreed to imposed significant cuts in wages, pensions and other spending to win loans from the European Union and the International Monetary Fund. Greece faces bankruptcy. Greek Union said they don't want to bear the brunt for decisions made by the government.

Thailand's prime minister says he will set national elections for mid-November. But Prime Minister Abhisit says this can only happen if anti-government protesters except a plan of national reconciliation and if peace returns to Thailand. Protesters have paralyzed the Thai capital Bangkok for weeks, demanding the prime minister to step down.

I'm Korva Coleman, NPR News.
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Law enforcement officials who are investigating car bombing attempt in New York City tell NPR they believe the evidence is starting to point to an international plot.

Two people close to the case say they believe that several people were behind the attempted Times Square car bombing and they appeared to have received some guidance from abroad. The officials declined to be more specific and cautioned that it is still very early in the investigation to draw any definitive conclusions. That’s said that so far the evidence seems to rule out the work of right-ring extremists. Investigators are following a number of leads; they’ve spoken to the person who the SUV was registered to. And now they are looking for the man who actually was driving the car on Saturday night. They are also asking that the two men caught on video tape near the site of the attack come forward. Officials say they aren’t suspects, but they would like to interview them anyway.

The White House says the US delegation at a nuclear conference at the United Nations walked out of a speech today given by Iran’s president. The White House says Iranian president’s remarks were full of wild accusations. Secretary of State warns Iran is only trying to distract the attention away from its own behavior. Iran is again rejecting charges from the United States and other countries Iran’s developing nuclear weapon.

Energy company BP is offering some assurance the corporation will compensate fishermen and others whose livelihood is damaged by the growing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

The Obama administration is now to make certain that BP pays not only for the cost of cleaning-up the oil flowing from a damaged deepwater well but also those who lose income because of the spill. The president met Sunday with fishermen and local officials in Louisiana, then talked about setting up an efficient process for handling the claims. White House spokesman says compensation is called for under federal law.

BP is a responsible party, right? So, if local fishermen cannot fish. That’s an economic loss that BP is gonna have to pay. Over the weekend, the government closed a large swamp off the gulf of fishing for at least ten days. BP has so far been unable to seal off the well; it’s expected to take another week or so to install a system for capturing the spilled oil and pumping it to the surface.

At least 21 people have died in the South over the pass few days from bad weather, tornados, flooding, torrential rains and hail have hailed the four states. The river is above flood stage in national. And T police worried more people would be killed as water flows into the city. Residents are being asked to boil water because one treatment plant is flooded and shutdown.

And Wall Street before the close, the Dow Jones Industrials were up 144 at 11153.

Among the several types of anti-depressants available to patients, no one drug is more likely to be linked to suicidal thoughts and actions than another. A few years ago, questions were raised about possible link between suicides and a group of anti-depressants called S, drugs like P and D. The US Food and Drug Administration told doctors and patients to be alert for suicidal thoughts with any kind of anti-depressant, not just S. Now Canadian researchers have analyzed a record of 288,000 people on anti-depressants, less than 3 tenths of 1 percent of them had attempted or completed suicide. The findings published in the Archives of General Psychiatry, backed up the FDA decision. No one class of drugs is more likely to lead to suicidal thoughts and actions than another and no single S is riskier than another. The analysis did not address the question of whether or to what degree anti-depressants are related to suicide.

Greek workers will strike tomorrow to protest cuts in government spending. Greek officials have agreed to impose significant cuts in wages, pensions and other spending to win loans from the European Union and the international Monetary Fund. Greece’s basis bankruptcies Greek Union say they don’t want to bear the brunt for decisions made by the government.

Thailand PM says he will set national elections for mid-November. But PM said this can only happen if anti-government protestors accept a plan of national reconciliation and if peace returns to Thailand. Protestors have paralyzed the Thai capital Bangkok for weeks, demanding the PM to step down.
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From NPR News in Washington I am Korva Coleman.

Law enforcement officials who are investigating car bombing attempt in New York City tell NPR they believe the evidence is starting to point to an international plot. NPR's Dina Temple-Raston reports.
Two people close to the case say they believe that several people were behind the attempted Times Square car bombing. And they appeared to have received some guidance from abroad. The officials declined to be more specific
and cautioned that it's still very early in the investigation to draw any definitive conclusions. That’s said, they said so far the evidence seems to rule out the work of right-wing extremists. Investigators are following a number of leads. They've spoken to the person who the SUV was registered to. And now they are looking for the man who actually was driving the car on Saturday night. They are also asking that the two men caught on a video tape near the site of the attack come forward. Officials say they aren't suspects, but they'd like to interview them anyway. Dina Temple-Raston, NPR News, New York.

The White House says the US delegation at a nuclear conference at the United Nations walked out of a speech today given by Iran's president. The White House says Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's remarks were full of wild accusations. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warns Iran is only trying to distract attention away from its own behavior. Iran is again rejecting charges from the United States and other countries
of Iran's developing a nuclear weapon.

Energy company BP is offering some assurance the
corporation
will compensate fishermen and others whose livelihood is damaged by the growing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.
The Obama administration is vowing to make certain that BP pays not only for the cost of cleaning up the oil flowing from a damaged deepwater well but also those who lose income because of the spill. The president met Sunday with fishermen and local officials in Louisiana and talked about setting up an efficient process for handling claims. White House spokesman Robert Gibbs says compensation is called for under federal law.
"BP is the responsible party, right? So if local fishermen can't fish, that's an economic loss that BP's
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Over the weekend the government closed a large swath of the Gulf to fishing for at least ten days. BP has so far been unable to seal off the well. It's expected to take another week or so to install a system for capturing the spilled oil and pumping it to the surface. Scott Horsley, NPR News, the White House.

At least 21 people have died in the south over the past few days from bad weath
er. Tornadoes, flooding, torrential rain and hail have pelted Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee. The Cumberland River is above flood stage in Nashville, and Tennessee officials worry more people will be killed as water flows into the city. Residents are being asked to boil water because one treatment plant is flooded and shut down.

On Wall Street before the close the Dow Jones Industrials were up 144 points at 11,153.

You are listening to NPR News from Washington.

Among the several types of antidepressants available to patients, no one drug is more likely to be linked to suicidal thoughts and actions than another. NPR's Joanne Silberner has more.
A few years ago, questions were raised about a possible link between suicides and a group of antidepressants called SSRIs, drugs like Prozac and Zoloft. The US Food and Drug Administration told doctors and patients to be alert for suicidal thoughts with any kind of antidepressant not just SSRIs. Now Canadian researchers have analyzed the records of 288,000 people on antidepressants. Less than three tenths of one percent of them attempted or completed suicide. The findings published in the Archives of General Psychiatry back up the FDA decision - no one class of drugs is more likely to lead to suicidal thoughts and actions than another and no single SSRI is riskier than another. The analysis did not address the question of whether or to what degree antidepressants are related to suicide. Joanne Silberner, NPR News.

Greek workers will strike tomorrow to protest cuts in government spending. Greek officials agreed to impose significant cuts in wages, pensions and other spending to win loans from the European Union and the International Monetary Fund. Greece faces bankruptcy. Greek unions say they don't want to bear the brunt for decisions made by the government.

Thailand's prime minister says he'll set national elections for mid November but Prime Minister Abhisit says this can only happen if anti-government protestors accept a plan of national reconciliation and if peace returns to Thailand. Protestors have paralyzed the Thai capital Bangkok for weeks demanding the prime minister step down.

I am Korva Coleman NPR News.
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From NPR news in Washington, I'm Korva Coleman.

Law enforcement officials were investigating car bombing attempt in NYC, telling NPR they believe the evidence is starting to point to an international plot. NPR's Dinna Tample Raston reports. Two people close to the case say they believed that several people were behind the attempted Times Square car bombing. And they appeared to have received some guidance from abroad. The officials declined to be more specific, and cautioned that it's still very early in the investigation to draw any definite conclusions. That's said they said the evidence seems to rule out the work of right-wing extremists. Investigators are following a number of leads, they've spoken to the person who the SUV was registered to. And now they are looking for the man who actually was driving the car on Saturday night. They are also asking that the two men caught on video-tape near the site of the attack come forward. Officials say they aren't suspects, but they'd like interview them anyway. Dinna Tample Raston, NPR news, New York.

The Whitehouse says the U.S delegation at a nuclear conference of the UN walked out of the speech today given by Iran's President. The Whitehouse says Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's remarks were full of wild accusations. Secretary of States Hillary Clinton warned Iran is only trying to distract attention away from its own behavior. Iran is again rejectig charges from U.S and other countries of Iran's developing a nuclear weapon.

Energy company BP is offering some assurance that the corporation will compensate fishermen and others whose livelihood is damaged by the growing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Obama Administration is vowing to make certain that BP pays not only for the cost of cleaning up the oil flowing from a damaged deepwater well, but also those who lose income because of the spill. The President met Sunday with fishermen and local officials in Louisianna and talked about setting up an efficient process for handling claims. Whitehouse spokesman Robert Gibbs says compensation is called for under Federal law.
"BP is a responsible party. Right. So if local fishermen can't fish, that's an economic loss that BP is gonna have to pay."
Over the weekend, the government closed a large swath of the gulf to fishing for at least 10 days. BP has so far been unable to seal off the well. It's expected to take another week or so to install a system for capturing the spilled oil and pumping at the surface. Scott Horsley, NPR news, the Whitehouse.

At least 21 people have died in the South over the past few days from bad weather. Tornadoes, flooding,torrential rain and hail have pelted Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississipi, and Tennesse. The Cumberland River is above flood stage in Nashville, and Tennesse officials worry more people will be killed as water flows into the city. Residents have been asked to boil water because one treatment plant has flooded and shut down.

On Wallstreet before the close, the Dow Jones Industrials were up 144 points at 11,153.
You are listening to NPR news from Washington.

Among the several types of antidepressants available to patients, no one drug is more likely to be linked to suicidal thoughts and actions than another. NPR's Joan Soburner has more. A few years ago questions were raised about the possible link between suicides and a group of antidepressants called SSRIs, drug like && and &&. The US FDA told doctors and patients to be alert for suicidal thoughts with any kind of anti-depresent, not just SSIS. Now Canadian researchers have analysed the records of  288,000 people on anti-depresence. Less 0.3% attempted or completed the suicide. The findings published in the Archive of the General Therchiatry backed up the FDA decision. No one class of drugs is more like to lead to suicidal thoughts and actions than another, and no single SSIS is riskier than another. The analysts didnot address the question of whether or to what degree anti-drepresence are related to suicide. Joan Soburner, NPR news.

Greek workers will strike tomorrow to protest cuts in government spending. Greek officials agreed to pose significant cuts and wages, pensions and other spending to win loans from EU and IMF. Greece faces bankruptcy. Greek unions said they don't want to bear the brunt for decisions made by the government.

Thailand Prime Minister says he'll set national elections for Mid-November. The Prime Minister Abhist says this could only happen if anti-government protestors accept the plan of national reconciliation and if peace returns to the Thailand. Protestors have paralyzed the Thai capital Bangkok for weeks, demanding the Prime Minister step down.

I'm Korva Coleman, NPR news.
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They've spoken to the person who the SUV was registrant too.
我觉得应该是registering吧,the SUV was registering the person too
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到google.com输入registered to,光标移到开头,输入who,下拉列表框里看看例句
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[Homework]【整理】NPR 2010-05-04

Long force officials were investigating car bombing attempted in New York city, telling MPR they believe the evidence is starting to point to a international part. NPR's DT reports.
Two people closed to the case say they believe that several people were behind the attempted square car bombing. And they appeared to have received some guidance from abroad. The official declared to be more specific, and caution that is still very early in the investigation to draw any definited conclusions. Let's said, they said so far the evidence seems to rule out the walker of right wing extremist. Investigators are following a number of leads, they have spoken to the person who is the SUV's registor too. And now they are looking for the man who actually was driving the car on Saturday night. They are also asking that the two men cut on video tape near the site of the attack to come forward. Officials say they are the suspects, but they like to interview in many way. DT, NPR news, New York.
The White House says the US delegation at a nuclear conference at the United Nations wondered at the speech today given by Iran's president. The Iranian president A's remarks were full of wild accusations. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned Iran was only trying to distract attention away to its own behavior. Iran is again rejecting charges from the United States and other countries arounds developing a nuclear weapon.
Energy company BP is offering some insurance, the cooperation will compensate  fisherman and others whose lifehood is damaged by the growing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. NPR's Scott H reports.
The Obama administration is voeing to make certain that BP pays, not only for the cause of cleaning up the well, flowing for a damaged deep water well, but also those who lose income because of the spill. The president met Sunday with fishmen and local officials in R and talked about setting up a fishing process handling claims. White House spokesman Robert Gaze says the compensation is call-for under the federal law.
BP is a responsible party, right? So, if local fishmen can't fish, there is economic laws that BP is going to have to pay.
Over the weekend, the government closed a large swarf in the Gulf for at least ten days. BP has so far been unable to see off the well, it is expected to take another week or so constall a system for catching its bill and pumping at the surface.

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From NPR News in Washington I'm Korva Coleman. Law enforcement officials who were investigating car bombing attempt in NY City tell NPR they believe the evidence is starting to point to an international port, NPR's Diana Tampa Raston reports.  "2 people close to the case say they believe that several people were behind the attempted Times Sq car bombing and they appeared to have received some guidance from abroad, the official declined to be more specific and cautioned that it's still very early in the investigation to draw any definitive conclusions. That's said , they said so far the evidence seems to rule out the worker of rightwing extremists. Investigators are following a number of leads, they've spoken to the person who the SUV was registered to and now they're looking for the man who actually was driving the car on Saturday night. They're also asking that the two men cut on videotape near the site of the attack come forward. Official said they aren't suspects but they'd like to interview them anyway. Diana Tampa Raston NPR News NY."

The WH says the US delegation at a nuclear conference of the UN walked out of a speech today given by Iran's president. The WH says the Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's remarks were full of wild accusations. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warns Iran is only trying to distract attention away from its own behavior, Iran is again rejecting charges from the US and other countries around developing a nuclear weapon.

Energy company BP is offering some assurance that corporation will compensate fishermen and others whose livelihood is damaged by the growing oil spilling the Gulf of Mexico. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. "The Obama administration is down to make certain that BP pays, not only for the costs of cleaning up the oil flowing from a damaged deep water well but also those who'll lose income because of the spill. The president met Sunday with fishermen and local officials in Louisiana and talked about setting up an efficient process for handling claims, WH spokesman Robert Gibbs says compensation is called for under federal law.  "BP is a responsible party right so if local fishermen can't fish, that'a an economic lose that BP's gonna have to pay."  Over the weekend the government closed a large swarf at the gulf to fishing for at least ten days. BP has so far been unable to see the loss of the well it's expected to take another week or so until system for capturing the spilled oil and public through the surface. Scott Horsley NPR News the WH."

At least 21p have died in the south over the past few days from bad weather, tornadoes, flooding, terraintial rain and hail have pelted Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee. The Cumberland River is above flood stage in national and Tennessee officials worry more people will be killed as water flows into the city. Residents have been asked to boil water because one treatment plant(净化设备) is flooded and shut down. On WS before the close the Dow Jones Industrials were up 144p at 11153. You're listening to NPR news from Washington.

Among the several types of antidepressants available to patients no one drug is more likely to be linked to suicidal thoughts and actions than another. NPR's Joanne Silberner has more. "A few years ago questions were raised about a possible link between suicides and a group of antidepressants called SSRIs, drugs like Prozac and Zoloft. The US Food and Drug Administration told doctors and patients to be alert for suicidal thoughts with any kind of antidepressant not just as a serise. Now Canadian researchers have analysed the records of 288,000p on antidepressants, less than 3/10 of 1% of them attempted or completed suicide, the findings published in the Archive of General Psychiatry back up the FDA decision. No one class of drugs is more likely to lead to suicidal thoughts and actions than another and no single SSRI is riskier than another. The analysis did not address the question of whether or to what degree antidepressants are related to suicide. Joanne Silberner NPR news."

Greek workers will strike tomorrow to protest cuts in government spending Greek officials agreed to impose significant cuts in wages, pensions and other spending to win loans in the UN and the IMF. Greece bases Greek Union says they don't want to bear the brunt for decisions made by the government.

Thailand's PM says he'll set national elections for mid-Nov. but PM Abhisit says this can only happen if antigovernment protesters accept a plan of national reconciliation and if peace returns to Thailand. Protesters have paralysed the Thai capital Bangkok for weeks demanding the PM to step down. I'm Korva Coleman NPR News.
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From NPR News in Washington, I am Korva Coleman.

Law enforcement officials investigating car bombing attempted in New York City tell NPR they believe evident is starting to point to an international plot. NPR’s Dina Temple-Raston reports.

Two people close to the case say they believe that several people were behind the attempted Times Square car bombing and they appear to receive some guidance from abroad. The official declined to be more specific and caution that it is still earlier investigation to draw and definitive conclusions. That said it is so far the evident seems to rule out the work of right extremists. Investigators are following number of leads. They have spoken to the person who the SUV was registered to. And now they are looking for the man who actually was driving the car on Saturday night. They are also asking that the two men caught on video tape near the site of attack come forward. Officials say they are not suspects, but they would like to interview them anyway. Dina Temple-Raston, NPR News, New York.

The White House says the US delegation at nuclear conference at the United Nations walked out of a speech today given by Iran’s president. The White House says Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s remarks were full of wild accusations. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warns the Iran is only trying to distract attention away from its own behavior. Iran is again rejecting charges from United States and other countries Iran’s developing a nuclear weapon.

Energy Company BP is offering some assurances. The cooperation will compensate fishermen and others whose livelihood is damaged by the growing oil spill on the Golf of Mexico. NPR’s Scott Horsley reports.

The Obama administration is vowing to make certain that BP pays. Not only for the cost of cleaning up the oil flowing from damaged deepwater well, but also those who loss income because the spill. The president met Sunday with fishermen and local officials in Louisiana and talked about setting up an efficient process for handling claims. White House spokesman Robert Gibbs says compensation is called for under federal law.

BP is responsible party, right? So if local fisherman can not fish, that is economic lost that BP is gonna have to pay.

Over the weekend the government closes to large swath of Gulf to fishing for at least 10 days. BP has so far been unable to seal off the well. It is expected to take another week or so to install a system for capturing spilled oil and pumping it to surface. Scott Horsley, NPR News, the White House.

At least 21 people have died in the South over the past few days from bad weather. Tornados, flooding, torrential rain and hail have pelted Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee. The Cumberland River is above flood stage in Nashville and Tennessee officials worry more people will be killed as water flows into the city. Residents are being asked to boil water because one treatment plant is flooded and shut down.

On Wall Street before the close, the Dow Jones Industrial was up 144 points at 11,153.

You are listening to NPR News from Washington.

Among the several types of anti-depression available to patients, no one drug is more likely to be linked to suicidal thoughts and actions than another. NPR’s Joanne Silberner has more.

A few years ago, questions were raised about possible link between suicides and a group of antidepressants called SSRIs, drugs like Prozac and Zoloft. The US Food and Drug Administration told doctors and patients to be alert for suicidal thoughts with any kind of antidepressant, not just SSRIs. Now, Canadian researchers have analyzed the records of 288,000 people on antidepressants. Less than 0.3% of them attempted or completed suicide. The findings published in the Archives of General Psychiatry back up the FDA decision. No one class of drugs is more likely to lead to suicidal thoughts and actions than another and no single SSRI is riskier than another. The analysis did not address the question of whether or to what degree antidepressants are related to suicide. Joanne Silberner, NPR News.

The Greek workers will strike tomorrow to protest cuts in government spending. Greek officials agreed to impose significant cuts in wages, pensions and other spending to win loans from the European Union and the International Monetary Fund. Greece faces bankruptcy. Greek unions say they don't want to bear the brunt for decisions made by the government.

Thailand’s prime minister says he will set national elections for mid-November, but Prime Minister Abhisit says this can only happen if anti-government protestors accept a plan of national reconciliation and if peace returns to Thailand. Protestors have paralyzed the Thai capital, Bangkok, for weeks, demanding the prime minister step down.

I am Korva Coleman, NPR News.
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