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I'm Bill Thompson from the VOA News Center in Washington.

The former Secretary-General of the United Nations says there has been what he calls 'gross and systematic humans rights abuses' in western Kenya. Kofi Annan today visited the Rift Valley town of Molo where tens of thousands of people have been displaced by recent fighting, part of the post-election violence that has now taken nearly 700 lives across Kenya. Meanwhile, the International Committee of the Red Cross has sent medical supplies to Kenya's Nakuru Provincial Hospital as the ethnic fighting escalates. Lisa Schlein has more from Geneva.

The recent flare-up of ethnic tension and fighting in Nakuru, the provincial capital of the Rift Valley, has reportedly left at least 16 people dead. Many people have been wounded in the melee. And the International Committee of the Red Cross says an increasing number of casualties is arriving at the hospital. ICRC Spokesman Marcel Izard says his agency has sent enough medical and surgical supplies to Nakuru Provincial Hospital to enable the staff to cope with the growing needs. He says the Red Cross has not sent any doctors to Nakuru because violence only recently erupted there. About one quarter of a million people have been displaced in Kenya following disputed election results at the end of December. The first waves of ethnic violence erupted in Eldoret and in the slums of the capital Nairobi. The situation has calmed down in those areas and has now moved to Nakuru. Lisa Schlein for VOA News, Geneva.

Thousands of Palestinians continued to pour into Egypt from the Gaza Strip since militants destroyed a border barricade three days ago. And today for the first time, hundreds of vehicles made the crossing after a group of militants used a bulldozer to open a new section of the barricade. Palestinians have been streaming into Egypt to buy goods made scarce by a blockade that Israel imposed on the Gaza Strip last week in response to Palestinian rocket attacks on southern Israel.

Coalition forces in Iraq have reportedly captured a key leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq for the northern city of Tikrit. A US military statement says the detainee is believed to be associated with many senior al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq. The statement also says coalition forces killed three terrorists in the operations targeting al-Qaeda networks in the Tigris River Valley. Yesterday, Iraq's prime minister announced a major new offensive against al-Qaeda insurgents in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul. VOA's Deborah Block has more from Baghdad.

Prime Minister Maliki said Friday his government is sending troops to Mosul to fight al-Qaeda in Iraq insurgents. He said the troops are moving to Mosul and the fight there will be decisive with the help of Mosul's population. During an address in the Shiite holy city of Karbala, south of Baghdad, he warned that Iraq's army is now a powerful force. He said an operation center has been established in Nineveh Province for a final war against Al Qaeda and the remnants of the former Saddam Hussein regime. The prime minister did not indicate how many troops are being sent or provide further details. The announcement came after warnings by the US military that Mosul is the last major city where Al Qaeda in Iraq maintains a strong presence. It has largely been driven from Baghdad and other major population centers. Three weeks ago, US and Iraqi forces launched a new assault against al-Qaeda operatives in Diyallah Province, north of the capital. Deborah Block, VOA News, Baghdad.

An American aid worker and her driver have been kidnapped by gunmen in southern Afghanistan's Kandahar Province. The woman was wearing a burka and was on her way to work. According to the provincial governor, she worked for a nongovernmental organization that focuses on agriculture and development. No group has yet claimed responsibility.

Pakistani authorities have raised a state of alertness around their nuclear facilities after a surge of militant attacks. However, the head of the agency that handles Pakistan's nuclear arsenal says there is no conceivable scenario in which Pakistan would fall to al-Qaeda or Taliban-type extremists.

Another shipment of Russian nuclear fuel has arrived in Iran for that country's first atomic power plant. Iran's official news agency says the Bushehr plant in southern Iran has now received 77 tons of uranium fuel rods of the initial supply of 82 tons of fuel they say they will need.

I'm Bill Thompson, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.
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11:15 I am Bill Tomson from the VOA news center in Washington.
The former secretary general of the United Nations says there have been what he calls growth and systematic human rights abuses in western Kenya. Kofi Annan today visited the rift valley town of Molow where tens of thousands of people have been displaced by recent fighting part of the post election violence that has now taken nearly 700 lives across Kenya. Meanwhile the international committee of the red cross has sent medical supplies to Kenya's Nakuru provincial hospital as the ethnic fighting escolates. Lisha Shiline has more from Geneva.

The recent flerap of ethnic tension and fighting in Nakuru the provincial capital of the rift valley has reportedly left at least 16 people dead. Many people have been wounded in the maylay. And the international committee of the red cross says an increasing number of casualties is arriving at the hospital. Its spokesman Mahased Eyezard says his agency has sent enough medical and surgical supplies to Nakuru provincial hospital to enable the staff to cope with the growing needs. He says the red cross has not sent any doctors to Nakuru because violence only recenty irrupted there about one quarter of a million people have been displaced in Kenya following disputed election results at the end of December. The first waves of the ethnic violence irrupted in Nowdired and in the Islams of capital Niroby. The situation has calmdown in those areas and has now moved to Nakuru. Lisha Shiline for VOA news, Geneva.

Thousands of Palestinians continued to pour into Egypt from the Gaza strip since militants destroyed a border barricade three days ago. and today for the first time hundreds of vehicles made the crossing after a group of militants used a buldolzer to open a new section of the barricade. Palestinians have been striming into Egypt to buy goods made scares by a blockade that Israel imposed on the Gaza strip last week and responsed to Palestinian rocket attacks on southern Israel.

Coalition forces in Iraq have reportedly captured a key leader of Al Quaed in Iraq for the northern city of Ticrit. A US military statement says the detainees believed to be associated with many senior Al Quaed leaders in Iraq. The statement also says coalition forces killed three terrorists in the operations targeting Al Quaed networks in the Tigres river valley. Yesterday Iraq's prime minister announced a major new offensive against Al Quaed insurgents in the norhtern Iraqi city of Mosul. VOA's David Block has more from Bagdad.
Prime minister Monakey said Friday his government is sending troops to Mosul to fight Al Quaed and Iraq insurgents. He said the troops are moving to Mosul. And the fight there will be decisive with the help of Mosul's population. During an address in the Shiite holy city of Carbula south of Bagdad, He warned that Iraq's army is now a power for force. He said an operation center has been established in Neliva province for a final war against Al Quaed, and the Reminents of the former Saddam Houssein regeme. The prime minister did not indicate how many troops are being sent or provide for the details. The announcement came after warnings by the US military that Mosul is the last major city where Al Quaed in Iraq maintains a strong presence. It has largely been driven from Bagdad and other major population centers. Three weeks ago US and Iraqi forces launched a new assault against Al Quaed operatives in Deala province north of the Capital. David Block, VOA news, Bagdad.

An American aid worker and her driver have been kidnapped by gunmen in southern Afghanistan's Kandaha province. The woman was wearing a berker and was on her way to work, according to the provincial governor she worked for a non governmental organization that focuses on agriculture and development. No group has yet claimed responsibility. Pakistani authorities have raised a state of alertenlis around their nuclear facilities after a surge of militant attacks. However the head of the agency that handles Pakistan's nuclear arsinal says there is no consiverable sinarial in which Pakistan would fall to Al Quaed or Taliban type extremists.

Another shipment of Russian nuclear fuel has arrived in Iran for that country's first atomic power plant. Iran's official news agency says the Busher plant in Southern Iran has now received 77 tons of uranium fuel rogs of the innitial supply of 82 tons of fuel, they say they will need.
I am Bill Tomson, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com. 11:38
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I am Bill Thomson from the VOA news center in Washington.

The form Secretary General of United Nation says there has been what he calls growth and systematic human right abuses in western Kenya. Kofi Annan today visited the Rift Valley town of Molow where tens of thousands of people have been displaced by recent fighting part of the post election violence that has now taken near 700 lives across Kenya. Meanwhile the International Committee of Red Cross has sent medical supplies to Kenya’s Nakuru provincial hospital as the ethnic fighting escalates. Lisa Schlein has more from Geneva.

The recent flare up of ethnic tension and fighting in Nakuru, the provincial capital of Rift Valley has reported left at least 16 people dead. Many people have been wounded in the main laid and the International Committee of Red Cross says the increasing number of casualties is arising at the hospital. ICRC spokesman Mahased Eyezard says his agency has sent enough medical and surgical supplies to Nakuru provincial hospital to enable the staff to cope with the growing need. He says the Red Cross has not sent any doctor to Nakuru because violence only recently erupted there about 1/4 of million people have been displaced in Kenya following disputed election results at the end of December. The first wave of ethnic violence erupted in Nowdired and in the slums of the capital Nairobi. The situation has calmed down in those areas and has now moved to Nakuru. Lisa Schlein, for VOA news, Geneva.

Thousands of Palestinians continue to pour into Egypt from Gaza Strip since militants destroyed a border barricade 3 days ago. And today for the first time hundreds of vehicles made the crossing after a group of militants used bulldozers to open a new section of the barricade. Palestinians have been streaming into Egypt to buy goods made scarce by a blockade that Israel imposed on the Gaza Strip last week in response to Palestinian’s rocket attacks on Southern Israel.

Coalition forces in Iraq have reported captured a key leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq for the northern city of Ticrit. A US military statesman says that the detainee is believed to be associated with many senior Al Qaeda leaders in Iraq. The statesman also says the coalition forces kill three militants in the operation targeting the Al Qaeda net works in the Tigris Valley.

Yesterday Iraq’s Prime Minister announced a major new offense against Al Qaeda militants in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul. VOA’s Deborah Block has more from Bagdad. Prime Minister Maliki said Friday his government is sending troops to * to fight Al Qaeda in Iraq insurgents. He says the troops are moving to Mosul and the fight there would be decisive in the help of Mosul’s population. During the address in the Shiite holy city of Kabala, south of Bagdad, he warns that Iraqi army is now a power for force. He says a operation center has now been established in Neliva province for a finally war against Al Qaeda and the remnants of the former Saddam Hussein regime. The Prime Minister did not indicate that how many troops have been sent or provide further details. The announcement came after the warning by the U.S. military that Mosul is the last major city of Al Qaeda in Iraq maintains strong presence. It has largely been driven from Bagdad and other major population center. Three weeks ago U.S. and Iraqi forces launched a new assault against Al Qaeda operatives in Deala province north of the capital. Deborah Block, VOA news, Bagdad.

An American Aid worker and her driver have been killed kidnapped by gunmen in southern Afghanistan’s Kandahar province. The woman was wearing a * and was on her way to work. According to the provincial governor she works for the nongovernmental organization that focuses on agriculture and development. No group has yet claimed responsibility. Pakistani authority has raised the state of alertness around their nuclear facilities after a surge of militants’ attacks. However, the head of the agencies has handled Pakistan nuclear arsenal says there is no conceivable scenario in which Pakistan would fall to Al Qaeda or Taliban type of extremists.

Another shipment of Russian nuclear fuel has arrived in Iran for that countries’ first atomic power plant. Iran’s official news agency says the bushel planting in southern Iran has now received 77 tons of uranium fuel rugs of initial supply of 82 tons of fuel they say they will need.

I am Bill Thomson, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

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I'm Bill Thompson from the VOA News Center in Washington.

The former Secretary-General of the United Nations says there has been what he calls "gross and systematic humans rights abuses" in western Kenya. Kofi Annan today visited the Rift Valley town of Molo where tens of thousands of people have been displaced at a recent fighting, part of the post-election violence that has now taken nearly 700 lives across Kenya. Meanwhile, the International Committee of the Red Cross has sent medical supplies to Kenya's Nakuru Provincial Hospital as the ethnic fighting escalates. Lisa Schlein has more from Geneva.

The recent flare-up of ethnic tension and fighting in Nakuru, the provincial capital of the Rift Valley, has reportedly left at least 16 people dead. Many people have been wounded in the melee. And the International Committee of the Red Cross says an increasing number of casualties is arriving at the hospital. ICRC Spokesman Marcel Izard says his agency has sent enough medical and surgical supplies to Nakuru Provincial Hospital to enable the staff to cope with the growing needs. He says the Red Cross has not sent any doctors to Nakuru because violence only recently erupted there. About one quarter of a million people have been displaced in Kenya following disputed election results at the end of December. The first waves of ethnic violence erupted in Eldoret and in the slums of the capital Nairobi. The situation has calmed down in those areas and has now moved to Nakuru. Lisa Schlein for VOA News, Geneva.

Thousands of Palestinians continued to pour into Egypt from the Gaza Strip since militants destroyed a border barricade three days ago. And today for the first time, hundreds of vehicles made the crossing after a group of militants used a bulldozer to open a new section of the barricade. Palestinians have been streaming into Egypt to buy goods made scarce by a blockade that Israel imposed on the Gaza Strip last week in response to Palestinian rocket attacks on southern Israel.

Coalition forces in Iraq have reportedly captured a key leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq for the northern city of Tikrit. A US military statement says the detainee is believed to be associated with many senior al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq. The statement also says coalition forces killed three terrorists in the operations targeting al-Qaeda networks in the Tigris River Valley. Yesterday, Iraq's prime minister announced a major new offensive against al-Qaeda insurgents in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul. VOA's Deborah Block has more from Baghdad.

Prime Minister Maliki said Friday his government is sending troops to Mosul to fight al-Qaeda in Iraq insurgents. He said the troops are moving to Mosul and the fight there will be decisive with the help of Mosul's population. During an address in a Shiite holy city of Karbala, south of Baghdad, he warned that Iraq's army is now a powerful force. He said an operation center has been established in Nineveh Province for a final war against Al Qaeda and the remnants of the former Saddam Hussein regime. The prime minister did not indicate how many troops are being sent or provide further details. The announcement came after warnings by the US military that Mosul is the last major city where Al Qaeda in Iraq maintains a strong presence. It has largely been driven from Baghdad and other major population centers. Three weeks ago, US and Iraqi forces launched a new assault against al-Qaeda operatives in Diyallah Province, north of the capital. Deborah Block, VOA News, Baghdad.

An American aid worker and her driver have been kidnapped by gunmen in southern Afghanistan's Kandahar Province. The woman was wearing a burka and was on her way to work. According to the provincial governor, she worked for a nongovernmental organization that focuses on agriculture and development. No group has yet claimed responsibility.

Pakistani authorities have raised a state of alertness around their nuclear facilities after a surge of militant attacks. However, the head of the agency that handles Pakistan's nuclear arsenal says there is no conceivable scenario in which Pakistan would fall to al-Qaeda or Taliban-type extremists.

Another shipment of Russian nuclear fuel has arrived in Iran for that country's first atomic power plant. Iran's official news agency says the Bushehr plant in southern Iran has now received 77 tons of uranium fuel rods of the initial supply of 82 tons of fuel they say they will need.

I'm Bill Thompson, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.

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melee: n. a noisy riotous fight 互殴,乱斗,混战
conceivable: adj. capable of being imagined 可想像的,可能的
scenario: n. 情节,剧本
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11: 15 I am Bill Tomson from the VOA news center in Washington.
The former secretary general of the United Nations says there have been what he calls growth and systematic human rights abuses in western Kenya. Kofi Annan today visited the rift valley town of Molow where tens of thousands of people have been displaced by recent fighting part of the post election violence that has now taken nearly 700 lives across Kenya. Meanwhile the international committee of the red cross has sent medical supplies to Kenya's Nakuru provincial hospital as the ethnic fighting escolates. Lisha Shiline has more from Geneva.

The recent flareup of ethnic tension and fighting in Nakuru the provincial capital of the rift valley has reportedly left at least 16 people dead. Many people have been wounded in the maylay. And the international committee of the red cross says an increasing number of casualties is arriving at the hospital. ICRC spokesman Mahased Eyezard says his agency has sent enough medical and surgical supplies to Nakuru provincial hospital to enable the staff to cope with the growing needs. He says the red cross has not sent any doctors to Nakuru because violence only recenty erupted there about one quarter of a million people have been displaced in Kenya following disputed election results at the end of December. The first waves of the ethnic violence erupted in Nowdired and in the Islams of capital Niroby. The situation has calmdown in those areas and has now moved to Nakuru. Lisha Shiline for VOA news, Geneva.

Thousands of Palestinians continued to pour into Egypt from the Gaza strip since militants destroyed a border barricade three days ago. and today for the first time hundreds of vehicles made the crossing after a group of militants used a bulldozer to open a new section of the barricade. Palestinians have been streaming into Egypt to buy goods made scarce by a blockade that Israel imposed on the Gaza strip last week and responsed to Palestinian rocket attacks on southern Israel.

Coalition forces in Iraq have reportedly captured a key leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq for the northern city of Ticrit. A US military statement says the detainee's believed to be associated with many senior Al Qaeda leaders in Iraq. The statement also says coalition forces killed three terrorists in the operations targeting Al Qaeda networks in the Tigres river valley. Yesterday Iraq's prime minister announced a major new offensive against Al Qaeda insurgents in the norhtern Iraqi city of Mosul. VOA's David Block has more from Bagdad.
Prime minister Monakey said Friday his government is sending troops to Mosul to fight Al Qaeda and Iraq insurgents. He said the troops are moving to Mosul. And the fight there will be decisive with the help of Mosul's population. During an address in the Shiite holy city of Carbula south of Bagdad, He warned that Iraq's army is now a powerful force. He said an operation center has been established in Neliva province for a final war against Al Qaeda, and the remnants of the former Saddam Houssein regeme. The prime minister did not indicate how many troops are being sent or provide for the details. The announcement came after warnings by the US military that Mosul is the last major city where Al Qaeda in Iraq maintains a strong presence. It has largely been driven from Bagdad and other major population centers. Three weeks ago US and Iraqi forces launched a new assault against Al Qaeda operatives in Deala province north of the Capital. David Block, VOA news, Bagdad.

An American aid worker and her driver have been kidnapped by gunmen in southern Afghanistan's Kandaha province. The woman was wearing a berkan and was on her way to work, according to the provincial governor she worked for a non-governmental organization that focuses on agriculture and development. No group has yet claimed responsibility. Pakistani authorities have raised a state of alertness around their nuclear facilities after a surge of militant attacks. However the head of the agency that handles Pakistan's nuclear arsinal says there is no consiverable sinarial in which Pakistan would fall to Al Qaeda or Taliban type extremists.

Another shipment of Russian nuclear fuel has arrived in Iran for that country's first atomic power plant. Iran's official news agency says the Busher plant in Southern Iran has now received 77 tons of uranium fuel rogs of the innitial supply of 82 tons of fuel, they say they will need.
I am Bill Tomson, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews. com. 11: 38
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I'm Bill Thompson from the VOA News Center in Washington.

The former Secretary-General of the United Nations says there has been what he calls "gross and systematic humans rights abuses" in western Kenya. Kofi Annan today visited the Rift Valley town of Molo where tens of thousands of people have been displaced at a recent fighting, part of the post-election violence that has now taken nearly 700 lives across Kenya. Meanwhile, the International Committee of the Red Cross has sent medical supplies to Kenya's Nakuru Provincial Hospital as the ethnic fighting escalates. Lisa Schlein has more from Geneva.

The recent flare-up of ethnic tension and fighting in Nakuru, the provincial capital of the Rift Valley, has reportedly left at least 16 people dead. Many people have been wounded in the melee. And the International Committee of the Red Cross says an increasing number of casualties is arriving at the hospital. ICRC Spokesman Marcel Izard says his agency has sent enough medical and surgical supplies to Nakuru Provincial Hospital to enable the staff to cope with the growing needs. He says the Red Cross has not sent any doctors to Nakuru because violence only recently erupted there. About one quarter of a million people have been displaced in Kenya following disputed election results at the end of December. The first waves of ethnic violence erupted in Eldoret and in the slums of the capital Nairobi. The situation has calmed down in those areas and has now moved to Nakuru. Lisa Schlein for VOA News, Geneva.

Thousands of Palestinians continued to pour into Egypt from the Gaza Strip since militants destroyed a border barricade three days ago. And today for the first time, hundreds of vehicles made the crossing after a group of militants used a bulldozer to open a new section of the barricade. Palestinians have been streaming into Egypt to buy goods made scarce by a blockade that Israel imposed on the Gaza Strip last week in response to Palestinian rocket attacks on southern Israel.

Coalition forces in Iraq have reportedly captured a key leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq for the northern city of Tikrit. A US military statement says the detainee is believed to be associated with many senior al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq. The statement also says coalition forces killed three terrorists in the operations targeting al-Qaeda networks in the Tigris River Valley. Yesterday, Iraq's prime minister announced a major new offensive against al-Qaeda insurgents in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul. VOA's Deborah Block has more from Baghdad.

Prime Minister Maliki said Friday his government is sending troops to Mosul to fight al-Qaeda in Iraq insurgents. He said the troops are moving to Mosul and the fight there will be decisive with the help of Mosul's population. During an address in a Shiite holy city of Karbala, south of Baghdad, he warned that Iraq's army is now a powerful force. He said an operation center has been established in Nineveh Province for a final war against Al Qaeda and the remnants of the former Saddam Hussein regime. The prime minister did not indicate how many troops are being sent or provide further details. The announcement came after warnings by the US military that Mosul is the last major city where Al Qaeda in Iraq maintains a strong presence. It has largely been driven from Baghdad and other major population centers. Three weeks ago, US and Iraqi forces launched a new assault against al-Qaeda operatives in Diyallah Province, north of the capital. Deborah Block, VOA News, Baghdad.

An American aid worker and her driver have been kidnapped by gunmen in southern Afghanistan's Kandahar Province. The woman was wearing a burka and was on her way to work. According to the provincial governor, she worked for a nongovernmental organization that focuses on agriculture and development. No group has yet claimed responsibility.

Pakistani authorities have raised a state of alertness around their nuclear facilities after a surge of militant attacks. However, the head of the agency that handles Pakistan's nuclear arsenal says there is no conceivable scenario in which Pakistan would fall to al-Qaeda or Taliban-type extremists.

Another shipment of Russian nuclear fuel has arrived in Iran for that country's first atomic power plant. Iran's official news agency says the Bushehr plant in southern Iran has now received 77 tons of uranium fuel rods of the initial supply of 82 tons of fuel they say they will need.

I'm Bill Thompson, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.
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I'm Bill Thompson from the VOA News Center in Washington.

The former secretary general of the United Nations says there has been what he calls "gross and systematic human rights abuses" in western Kenya. Kofi Annan today visited the Rift Valley town of Molo where tens of thousands of people have been displaced in recent fighting. Part of the post election violence that has now taken nearly 700 lives across Kenya. Meanwhile, the International Community of the Red Cross has sent medical supplies to Kenya's Nakuru Provincial Hospital as the ethnic fighting escalates. Lisa Schlein has more from Geneva.

The recent flare-up of ethnic tension and fighting in Nakuru, the provincial capital of the Rift Valley, has reportedly left at least 16 people dead. Many people have been wounded in the melee. And International Committee of the Cross says an increasing number of casualties is arriving at the hospital. ICRC Spokesman Marcel Izard says his agency has sent enough medical surgical supplies to Nakuru Provincial Hospital to enable the staff to cope with the growing needs. He says the Red Cross has not sent any doctors to Nakuru, because violence only recently erupted there. About one quarter of a million people have been displaced in Kenya following disputed election results at the end of December. The first waves of ethnic violence erupted in Eldoret and the slums of the capital Nairobi. The situation has calmed down in those areas and now moves to Nakuru. Lisa Schlein, for VOA News, Geneva.

Thousands of Palestinians continues to pour into Egypt from the Gaza Strip since militants destroyed a border barricade 3 days ago. And today for the first time, hundreds of vehicles made the crossing after a group of militants use the bulldozers to open the new section of the barricade. Palestinians have been streaming into Egypt to buy goods make scarce by a blockade that Israel impose on the Gaza Strip last week in response to the Palestinian rocket attack in southern Israel.

Coalition forces in Iraq have reportedly captured a key leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq for the northern city of Tikrit. A US military statement says that the detainee is believed to be associated with many senior al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq. The statement also says coalition forces killed 3 terrorists in the operations targeting al-Qaeda networks in the Tigris River Valley.

Yesterday Iraq's prime minister announced that a major new offensive against al-Qaeda insurgents in the northern Iraq city of. VOA's Deborah Block has more from Baghdad.

Prime Minister Maliki said Friday his government is sending troops to Mosul to fight al-Qaeda in Iraq insurgents. He says the troops are moving to Mosul and the fight there will be decisive with the help of Mosul's population. During an address in the Shiite holy city Karbala, south of Baghdad, he warned that Iraq's army is now a powerful force. He said an operation center has been established in Nineveh Province for a final was against al-Qaeda and the remnants of the former Saddam Hussein regime. The prime minister did not indicate how many troops have been sent or provide further details. The announcement came after warnings by the US military that Mosul is the last major city where al-Qaeda in Iraq maintains its strong presence. It has largely been driven from Baghdad and other major population centers. There weeks ago, US and the Iraqis forces launched a new assault against al-Qaeda operatives Diyallah Province, north of the capital. Deborah Block, VOA News, Baghdad.

An American aid worker and her driver have been kidnapped by gunmen in southern Afghanistan's Kandahar Province. The woman was wearing a burka and was on her way to work. According to the provincial governor, she worked for a non-governmental organization focuses on agriculture and development. No group has yet claimed responsibility.

Pakistani authorities have raised a state of alertness around their nuclear facilities after a surge of militant attacks. However, the head of the agency that handles Pakistan's nuclear arsenal says there is no conceivable scenario in which Pakistan would fall to al-Qaeda or Taliban-type extremists.

Another shipment of Russian nuclear fuel has arrived in Iran for that country's first atomic power plant. Iran's official news agency says the Bushehr plant in southern Iran has now received 77 tons of uranium fuel rods of initial supply of 82 tons of fuel they say they will need.

I'm Bill Thompson, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.
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I am Bill Thompson from the VOA news center in Washington.

The former Secretary General of the United Nations says there have been what he calls gross and systematic human rights abuses in western Kenya. Kofi Annan today visited the Refe valley town of Molow where tens of thounsands of people have been displaced by the recent fighting, part of post-election violence that has now taken nearly 700 lives across Kenya. Meanwhile, the International Committee of Red Cross has sent medical supply to the Kenya's Nakolo provincial hospital as the ethnic fighting escalates. Lisa Shrine has more from Geneva.

The recent flareup of the ethnic tension and fighting in Nakolo, the provincial capital of Refe Valey, has reportedly left at least people dead. Many people have been wounded in the melee and the International Committee of Red Cross says an increasing number of casualties is arriving at the hospital. ICRC spokesman I I said his agency has sent enough medical and surgical supply to Acolo's provincial hospital to enable the staff to cope with the growing need. He says Red Cross has not sent any doctors to the Acolo because violence only recently erupted there. About one quarter of a million people had been displaced in Kenya following diputed election resuts at the end of December. The first wave of ethnic violence erupted in La, and in the slums of the capital of Nairobi. The siution has calmed down in those areas and has now moved to Nakolo. Lisan Shrine for VOA news, Geneva.

Thousands of Palestinians continued to poure into Egypt from the Gaza strip since militants distroyed a border barricade three days ago and today for the first time hundreds of vehicles made the crossing after a group of miltants used the bulldozer to open a new section of the barriercade. Palestinians had been streaming into Egypt to buy goods made scarce by a blocade of Israel -imposed on the Gaza strip last week in respose to palestinian rock atacks on southern Israel.

Coaltion forces in Iraq have reportedly captured a key leader of Al-Qaeda in Iraq for the northern city of Tigrit. The US military statement says the detainee is believed to be associated with many senior Al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq. The statment alos says coalition forces killed three terrorists in the operations targeting Al-Qaeda networks in Tigris's river vally.

Yesterday Iraqi prime minister announced a major new offensive against Al-Qaeda insurgents in the northern city of Mozol. VOA's D B has more from Baghdad.

Prime minister M said Friday his government is sending troops to Mozol to fight Al-Qaeda-in-Iraq insurgents. He said the troops are moving to Mozol and the fight there will be decisive with the help of the Mozol population. During an address in the Shiite holy city of Ca, out of Bagdad, he warned Iraq's army is now a powerful force. He said an operation center had been established in E provice for a final war against Al-Qaeda and remnants of fomer Saddam Huisain regime. The prime minister did not indicate how many troops are being sent or provide further details. The announcement came after a warning by the US military that Mozol is the last major city where Al-Qaeda in Iraq maitains a strong presence and it has largely been driven from Baghdad and other major population centers. Three weeks ago US and Iraqi forces launched a new assault against Al-Qaeda operatives in other provinces, north of the capital. D B, VOA news, Baghdad.

An American aide worker and her driver had been kidnapped by gummen in southern Afghanistan's Kandahar provices. The women was wearing a burka and was on her way to work. According to the provincial governor, she worked for a non-governmental organization that focuses on agriculure and development. No group has yet claimed responsibility.

Pakistani authorities have raised a state of alertness around its nuclear falicities after the resurgence of military attacks. However, The head of the agency that handles Pakistani nuclear arsenal says there is no conceivable scenario in which Pakistan would fall into in Al-Qaeda or Taliban type extremists.

Another shipment of Russian nuclear fuel has arrived in Iran for that country's first atomic powerplant. Iran's official news agency say P plant in the southern iran has now received 77 tons of uranium fuel rods of the initial supply of 82 tons of fuel they say they will need

I am Bill Thompson, VOA news. More news at the internet at voanews.com.



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Palestiniansrime Minister Mosu said Friday his government has sent troops to Mosu to fight Al-Q in Iraq insurgence.He said the troops are moving to Mosu and the fight there will be decisive with the help of Mosu’s population. During the address in S city of Kenya south of Baghdad ,he warned that the Iraqi army is now a powerful force. He said the operation center has been established in? Of province for a final warn against Al-Q and the remnants of the former Saddam Hussein regime. The prime minister did not indicate how many troops are being sent and provide further detail. The announcement came after warning by the US military that Mosu is the last major city where Al-Q in Iraq maintains its strong presence. It has largely been driven from Baghdad and other major population centers. 3 weeks ago US and Iraqi forces launched a new assault against Al-Q? In the A province north of the capital. D VOA news Baghdad.

An American aid worker and her driver have been kidnapped by gunman in southern A in C province. The woman was wearing a burka and was on her way to work. A to the provincial non-government the she worked for a Non-government organization that focuses on agricultural and development. No group has yet claimed the responsibility.

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I'm Bill Thompson from the VOA News Center in Washington.

The former Secretary-General of the United Nations says there has been what he calls "gross and systematic humans rights abuses" in western Kenya. Kofi Annan today visited the Rift Valley town of Molo where tens of thousands of people have been displaced by recent fighting, part of the post-election violence that has now taken nearly 700 lives across Kenya. Meanwhile, the International Committee of the Red Cross has sent medical supplies to Kenya's Nakuru Provincial Hospital as the ethnic fighting escalates. Lisa Schlein has more from Geneva.

The recent flare-up of ethnic tension and fighting in Nakuru, the provincial capital of the Rift Valley, has reportedly left at least 16 people dead. Many people have been wounded in the melee. And the International Committee of the Red Cross says an increasing number of casualties is arriving at the hospital. ICRC Spokesman Marcel Izard says his agency has sent enough medical and surgical supplies to Nakuru Provincial Hospital to enable the staff to cope with the growing needs. He says the Red Cross has not sent any doctors to Nakuru because violence only recently erupted there. About one quarter of a million people have been displaced in Kenya following disputed election results at the end of December. The first waves of ethnic violence erupted in Eldoret and in the slums of the capital Nairobi. The situation has calmed down in those areas and has now moved to Nakuru. Lisa Schlein for VOA News, Geneva.

Thousands of Palestinians continued to pour into Egypt from the Gaza Strip since militants destroyed a border barricade three days ago. And today for the first time, hundreds of vehicles made the crossing after a group of militants used a bulldozer to open a new section of the barricade. Palestinians have been streaming into Egypt to buy goods made scarce by a blockade that Israel imposed on the Gaza Strip last week in response to Palestinian rocket attacks on southern Israel.

Coalition forces in Iraq have reportedly captured a key leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq for the northern city of Tikrit. A US military statement says the detainee is believed to be associated with many senior al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq. The statement also says coalition forces killed three terrorists in the operations targeting al-Qaeda networks in the Tigris River Valley. Yesterday, Iraq's prime minister announced a major new offensive against al-Qaeda insurgents in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul. VOA's Deborah Block has more from Baghdad.

Prime Minister Maliki said Friday his government is sending troops to Mosul to fight al-Qaeda in Iraq insurgents. He said the troops are moving to Mosul and the fight there will be decisive with the help of Mosul's population. During an address in the Shiite holy city of Karbala, south of Baghdad, he warned that Iraq's army is now a powerful force. He said an operation center has been established in Nineveh Province for a final war against Al Qaeda and the remnants of the former Saddam Hussein regime. The prime minister did not indicate how many troops are being sent or provide further details. The announcement came after warnings by the US military that Mosul is the last major city where Al Qaeda in Iraq maintains a strong presence. It has largely been driven from Baghdad and other major population centers. Three weeks ago, US and Iraqi forces launched a new assault against al-Qaeda operatives in Diyallah Province, north of the capital. Deborah Block, VOA News, Baghdad.

An American aid worker and her driver have been kidnapped by gunmen in southern Afghanistan's Kandahar Province. The woman was wearing a burka and was on her way to work. According to the provincial governor, she worked for a nongovernmental organization that focuses on agriculture and development. No group has yet claimed responsibility.

Pakistani authorities have raised a state of alertness around their nuclear facilities after a surge of militant attacks. However, the head of the agency that handles Pakistan's nuclear arsenal says there is no conceivable scenario in which Pakistan would fall to al-Qaeda or Taliban-type extremists.

Another shipment of Russian nuclear fuel has arrived in Iran for that country's first atomic power plant. Iran's official news agency says the Bushehr plant in southern Iran has now received 77 tons of uranium fuel rods of the initial supply of 82 tons of fuel they say they will need.

I'm Bill Thompson, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.
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I'm Bill Thompson from the VOA News Center in Washington.

The former Secretary-General of the United Nations says there has been what he calls "gross and systematic humans rights abuses" in western Kenya. Kofi Annan today visited the Rift Valley town of Molo where tens of thousands of people have been displaced by recent fighting, part of the post-election violence that has now taken nearly 700 lives across Kenya. Meanwhile, the International Committee of the Red Cross has sent medical supplies to Kenya's Nakuru Provincial Hospital as the ethnic fighting escalates. Lisa Schlein has more from Geneva.

The recent flare-up of ethnic tension and fighting in Nakuru, the provincial capital of the Rift Valley, has reportedly left at least 16 people dead. Many people have been wounded in the melee. And the International Committee of the Red Cross says an increasing number of casualties is arriving at the hospital. ICRC Spokesman Marcel Izard says his agency has sent enough medical and surgical supplies to Nakuru Provincial Hospital to enable the staff to cope with the growing needs. He says the Red Cross has not sent any doctors to Nakuru because violence only recently erupted there. About one quarter of a million people have been displaced in Kenya following disputed election results at the end of December. The first waves of ethnic violence erupted in Eldoret and in the slums of the capital Nairobi. The situation has calmed down in those areas and has now moved to Nakuru. Lisa Schlein for VOA News, Geneva.

Thousands of Palestinians continued to pour into Egypt from the Gaza Strip since militants destroyed a border barricade three days ago. And today for the first time, hundreds of vehicles made the crossing after a group of militants used a bulldozer to open a new section of the barricade. Palestinians have been streaming into Egypt to buy goods made scarce by a blockade that Israel imposed on the Gaza Strip last week in response to Palestinian rocket attacks on southern Israel.

Coalition forces in Iraq have reportedly captured a key leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq for the northern city of Tikrit. A US military statement says the detainee is believed to be associated with many senior al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq. The statement also says coalition forces killed three terrorists in the operations targeting al-Qaeda networks in the Tigris River Valley. Yesterday, Iraq's prime minister announced a major new offensive against al-Qaeda insurgents in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul. VOA's Deborah Block has more from Baghdad.

Prime Minister Maliki said Friday his government is sending troops to Mosul to fight al-Qaeda in Iraq insurgents. He said the troops are moving to Mosul and the fight there will be decisive with the help of Mosul's population. During an address in the Shiite holy city of Karbala, south of Baghdad, he warned that Iraq's army is now a powerful force. He said an operation center has been established in Nineveh Province for a final war against Al Qaeda and the remnants of the former Saddam Hussein regime. The prime minister did not indicate how many troops are being sent or provide further details. The announcement came after warnings by the US military that Mosul is the last major city where Al Qaeda in Iraq maintains a strong presence. It has largely been driven from Baghdad and other major population centers. Three weeks ago, US and Iraqi forces launched a new assault against al-Qaeda operatives in Diyallah Province, north of the capital. Deborah Block, VOA News, Baghdad.

An American aid worker and her driver have been kidnapped by gunmen in southern Afghanistan's Kandahar Province. The woman was wearing a burka and was on her way to work. According to the provincial governor, she worked for a nongovernmental organization that focuses on agriculture and development. No group has yet claimed responsibility.

Pakistani authorities have raised a state of alertness around their nuclear facilities after a surge of militant attacks. However, the head of the agency that handles Pakistan's nuclear arsenal says there is no conceivable scenario in which Pakistan would fall to al-Qaeda or Taliban-type extremists.

Another shipment of Russian nuclear fuel has arrived in Iran for that country's first atomic power plant. Iran's official news agency says the Bushehr plant in southern Iran has now received 77 tons of uranium fuel rods of the initial supply of 82 tons of fuel they say they will need.

I'm Bill Thompson, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.
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