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Hello, everyone. I'm Asieh Namdar at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

We begin in Kenya where tribal fighting has taken a gruesome turn this weekend. In the western Rift Valley region, the Red Cross says there are reports of people being burnt alive in their homes. Dozens of people have reportedly died. Bloody ethnic battles have been ongoing since last month's disputed presidential vote. Former UN Secretary General Kofi Anan is now trying to orchestrate a peace deal.

Former Indonesian leader Suharto has died. He was 86. Suharto ruled Indonesia for more than 30 years. He was a US ally in the Cold War, but was also known as a brutal dictator. Some estimates say as many as one million political opponents were killed during his reign. Still, Suharto won widespread praise for shaping Indonesia by boosting its economy.

Barack Obama came out on top in last night's Democratic primary in South Carolina. He got more votes than both John Edwards and Hillary Clinton combined. Obama has moved on to Birmingham, Alabama. He's hoping for a repeat of South Carolina among the state's sizable body of black voters. Hillary Clinton is in neighboring Tennessee, hoping to re-energize her base. There she is at a church service in Memphis just a short time ago.

And for South Carolina native John Edwards, down but not out.
'Now, the three of us move on to Feb. 5th!'

Meantime, the Republican field is battling over Florida. Voters there will choose their nominee Tuesday. The Reuters/C-Span poll shows Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney are in a virtual tie for Florida support. But McCain has locked up the backing of Florida's top Republican. Governor Charlie Christ gave McCain his endorsement last night. Ms.Cheney, the daughter of Vice President Dick Cheney, has backed Romney.

Forget the freezing temperatures and the snow! Die-hard Patriots fans still showed up at Gillette Stadium for Super Bowl send-off. New England is one win away from a perfect season. And the best news for Patriots fans: Tom Brady showed up at the rally without wearing a protective boot on his right foot.

'Thank you guys for coming out, on behalf of this entire team. It's been an incredible season we've had. The best support in the world from you guys, we're going to need you for the next week and we are going down there for one reason and the one reasons to win and bring a title back to Foxborough! Go Patriots!'

And those are the headlines this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV or when you are on the go.
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Hello, everyone. I'm Asieh Namdar. Here is what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

We are beginning in Kenya where tribal fighting has taken a gruesome turn this weekend. In the western riff valley region the Red Cross says over four people have been burnt alive in their homes. Dozens of people have reportedly died. Battles have been ongoing since the last month's disputed presidential votes. Former US secretary general Coffe Anan is now trying to orchestrate a peace deal.

Former Indonesian leader Suharto has died. He was 86. Suharto ruled Indonesia for more than 30 years. He was a US ally in the Kudu war but was also known as a brutal dictator. Some estimates say as many as one million political opponents were killed during his reign. Still Suharto won widespread trades for shaping Indonesia by boosting its economy.

Barack Obama came out on top in last night's Democratic primary in South Carolina. He got more votes than both John Edwards and Hillary Clinton combined. Obama has moved on to Birmingham, Alabama. He .... South Carolina among the states sizable body of black voters. Hillary Clinton is in neighboring Tennessee hoping to reenergize her base. Here she is at a church service in Namphist just a short time ago. And for South Carolina native John
Edwards, down but not out.

"Now, the three of us move on to Feb. 5th, now!"

Meantime, the Republican field is battling over Florida. Voters will choose their nominee Tuesday. Roiter Stand Poll shows Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney were in a virtual tie for Florida support. But McCain has locked up the backing of Florida's top Republican, Governor Charlie Christ gave McCain his endorsement last night. Ms Cheney, the daughter of vice president Dick Cheney has backed Romney.

Forget the freezing temperatures under snow! Diehard Patriots men showed up at Julas Statium for super ball standoff. While England is one win away from a perfect season and the best ... for Patriot Ten Brady showed up at the rally without wearing a protective boot on his white foot.

"Thank you guys for coming out on behalf of this entire team. It's been an incredible season that we had for the best support in the world from your guys. We're going to need you for the next week and we are going down there one reason and one reason to win. Brady Tidal back to Fox Pro! Go, patriots!"

And those are the headlines of this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV or you are on the go.
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Hello, everyone. I'm Asieh Namdar at the CNN center in Atlanta. Here is what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

We are beginning in Kenya where tribal fighting has taken a gruesome turn this weekend. In the western reefed valley region the Red Cross says over a fourth of the people have been burnt alive in their homes. Dozens of people have reportedly died. Bloody ethnic battles have been ongoing since the last month's disputed presidential vote/. Former US secretary general Coffe Anan is now trying to orchestrate a peace deal.

Former Indonesian leader Suharto has died. He was 86. Suharto ruled Indonesia for more than 30 years. He was a US ally in the Kudu war but was also known as a brutal dictator. Some estimates say as many as one million political opponents were killed during his reign. Still Suharto won widespread praise for shaping Indonesia by boosting its economy.

Barack Obama came out on top in last night's Democratic primary in South Carolina. He got more votes than both John Edwards and Hillary Clinton combined. Obama has moved on to Birmingham, Alabama. He's hoping a repeat on South Carolina among the states sizable body of black voters. Hillary Clinton is in neighboring Tennessee hoping to reenergize her base. Here she is at a church service in Namphist just a short time ago. And for South Carolina native John Edwards, down but not out.

"Now, the three of us move on to Feb. 5th!"

Meantime, the Republican field is battling over Florida. Voters there will choose their nominee Tuesday. Roiter Stand Poll shows Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney were in a virtual tie for Florida support. But McCain has locked up the backing of Florida's top Republican, Governor Charlie Christ gave McCain his endorsement last night. Ms Cheney, the daughter of vice president Dick Cheney has backed Romney.

Forget the freezing temperatures under snow! Diehard Patriots men still showed up at Julas Statium for super ball standoff. While England is one win away from a perfect season and the best ... for Patriot Tom Brady showed up at the rally without wearing a protective boot on his white foot.

"Thank you guys for coming out on behalf of this entire team. It's been an incredible season that we had for the best support in the world from your guys. We're going to need you for the next week and we are going down there for one reason and one reason to win, the Brady Tidal back to Fox Pro! Go, patriots!"

And those are the headlines of this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV or you are on the go.
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Hello, everyone. I'm Asieh Namdar at the CNN Cetner in Atlanta. Here is what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

We are beginning in Kenya where tribal fighting has taken a gruesome turn this weekend. In the western riff valley region the Red Cross says over a fourth of people being burnt alive in their homes. Dozens of people have reportedly died. Blooded ethic Battles have been ongoing since / last month's disputed presidential votes. Former US Secretary General Kofi Annan is now trying to orchestrate a peace deal.

Former Indonesian leader Suharto has died. He was 86. Suharto ruled Indonesia for more than 30 years. He was a US ally in the Kudu war but was also known as a brutal dictator. Some estimates say as many as one million political opponents were killed during his reign. Still Suharto won widespread trades for shaping Indonesia by boosting its economy.

Barack Obama came out on top in last night's Democratic primary in South Carolina. He got more votes than both John Edwards and Hillary Clinton combined. Obama has moved on to Birmingham, Alabama. He's hoping for repeat up a South Carolina among the states sizable buddy of black voters. Hillary Clinton is in neighboring Tennessee hoping to reenergize her base. Here she is at a church service in Memphis just a short time ago. And for South Carolina native John Edwards, down but not out."Now, the three of us move on to Feb. 5th/ !"

Meantime, the Republican field is battling over Florida. Voters their will choose their nominee Tuesday. The Reuters cease span Poll shows Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney were in a virtual tie for Florida support. But McCain has locked up the backing of Florida's top Republican, Governor Charlie Christ gave McCain his endorsement last night. Ms. Cheney, the daughter of vice president Dick Cheney has backed Romney.

Forget the freezing temperatures under snow! Diehard Patriots men showed up at Julas Statium for Supper Bowl standoff. New England is one win away from a perfect season and the best news for Patriots's fans. Tom Brady showed up at the rally without wearing a protective boot on his right foot.

"Thank you guys for coming out on behalf of this entire team. It's been an incredible season / we've had. The best support in the world from your guys. We're going to need you for the next week and we are going down there for one reason and one reason to win. To bring the tile back to Fox Pro! Go, Patriots!"

And those are the headlines / this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV or when you are on the go.
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Hello, everyone. I'm Asieh Namdar at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

We begin in Kenya where tribal fighting has taken a gruesome turn this weekend. In the western Rift Valley region, the Red Cross says there are reports of people being burnt alive in their homes. Dozens of people have reportedly died. Bloody ethnic battles have been ongoing since / last month's disputed presidential vote. Former UN Secretary General Kofi Anan is now trying to orchestrate a peace deal.

Former Indonesian leader Suharto has died. He was 86. Suharto ruled Indonesia for more than 30 years. He was a US ally in the Cold War, but was also known as a brutal dictator. Some estimates say as many as one million political opponents were killed during his reign. Still, Suharto won widespread praise for shaping Indonesia by boosting its economy.

Barack Obama came out on top in last night's Democratic primary in South Carolina. He got more votes than both John Edwards and Hillary Clinton combined. Obama has moved on to Birmingham, Alabama. He's hoping for a repeat of South Carolina among the state's sizable body of black voters. Hillary Clinton is in neighboring Tennessee, hoping to re-energize her base. There she is at a church service in Memphis just a short time ago. And for South Carolina native John Edwards, down but not out.

"Now, the three of us move on to Feb. 5th!"

Meantime, the Republican field is battling over Florida. Voters there will choose their nominee Tuesday. The Reuters/C-Span poll shows Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney are in a virtual tie for Florida support. But McCain has locked up the backing of Florida's top Republican. Governor Charlie Christ gave McCain his endorsement last night. Ms. Cheney, the daughter of Vice President Dick Cheney, has backed Romney.

Forget the freezing temperatures and the snow! Die-hard Patriots fans still showed up at Gillette Stadium for Super Bowl send-off(去参加超级碗前的欢送会). New England is one win away from a perfect season. And the best news for Patriots fans: Tom Brady showed up at the rally without wearing a protective boot on his right foot.

"Thank you guys for coming out. On behalf of this entire team, it's been an incredible season. We've had / the best support in the world from you guys. We're going to need it for the next week and we are going down there for one reason, the one reason is to win and bring a title back to Foxborough!Go Patriots!"

And those are the headlines at this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV or when you are on the go.
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Hello, everyone. I'm Asieh Namdar. Here is what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

We are beginning in Kenya where tribal fighting has taken a gruesome turn this weekend. In the western riff valley region the Red Cross says over four people have been burnt alive in their homes. Dozens of people have reportedly died. Bloody ethnic battles have been ongoing since the last month's disputed presidential votes. Former US secretary general Coffe Anan is now trying to orchestrate a peace deal.

Former Indonesian leader Suharto has died. He was 86. Suharto ruled Indonesia for more than 30 years. He was a US ally in the Kudu war but was also known as a brutal dictator. Some estimates say as many as one million political opponents were killed during his reign. Still Suharto won widespread praise for shaping Indonesia by boosting its economy.

Barack Obama came out on top in last night's Democratic primary in South Carolina. He got more votes than both John Edwards and Hillary Clinton combined. Obama has moved on to Birmingham, Alabama. He is hoping for a repeat of South Carolina among the states--sizable body of black voters. Hillary Clinton is in neighboring Tennessee hoping to reenergize her base. Here she is at a church service in Namphist just a short time ago. And for South Carolina native John
Edwards, down but not out.

"Now, the three of us move on to Feb. 5th, now!"

Meantime, the Republican field is battling over Florida. Voters there will choose their nominee Tuesday. The Reuters/C-SPAN poll shows Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney were in a virtual tie for Florida support. But McCain has locked up the backing of Florida's top Republican, Governor Charlie Christ gave McCain his endorsement last night. Ms Cheney, the daughter of vice president Dick Cheney has backed Romney.

Forget the freezing temperatures under snow! With diehard Patriots fans still showed up at Gillette Statium for a Superbowl sendoff. New England is one win away from a perfect season and the best news for Patriot's fans--Tom Brady showed up at the rally without wearing a protective boot on his right foot.

"Thank you guys for coming out on behalf of this entire team. It's been an incredible season that we've had the best support in the world from your guys. We're gonna need / for the next week and we are going out there for one reason and one reason to win and bring a title to Foxborough! Go, patriots!"

And those are the headlines of this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV or you are on the go.
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Hello, everyone. I’m Asieh Nammdar at the CNN center in Atlanta. here is a look at what’s happening now in the news

We are beginning in Kenya where tribal fighting has taken a gruesome burnt this weekend. In the western Rift Valley region, the Red Cross says over quarters of people were burnt alive in their homes. Dozens of people have been reportedly died. Bloody ethnic battles have been ongoing since last month’s disputed presidential vote. Former UN secretary general Kofi Annan is now trying to orchestrate a piece of deal.

Former Indonesian leader Suharto has died. He was eighty six. Suharto ruled Indonesia for more than 30 years. he was a US ally in Cold War, but also known as a brutal dictator. Some estimates say as many as one million political opponents were killed during his reign. Still Suharto won widespread prays for shaping Indonesia by boosting its economy.

Barack Obama came out on top in last night’s Democratic primary in South Carolina. He got more votes than both John Edwards and Hillary Clinton combine. Obama has moved on to Birmingham in Alabama. He is hoping for a repeat of South Carolina among the states sizeable body of black voters. Hillary Clinton is neighboring Tennessee hoping to reenergize her base. There she is at a turf service in * a short time ago. And for South Carolina native John Edwards, down but not out. “Now, the three of us move on to February 5th. “

Meantime, the Republic field is battling in Florida. Voters there will choose their nominee Tuesday. The * polls show senator John McCain and Mitt Romney are in a virtual tie for Florida support. But McCain has knocked up the backing of the Florida’s top Republican. Governor Charlie Crist gave McCain an endorsement last night. Ms Cheney, the daughter of vice president Dick Cheney has backed Romney.

Forget the freezing temperature under the snow. The diehard Patriots men still showed up at Gillette stadium for Super Bowl send off. New England is one win away from a perfect season and the best news for Patriot fans, Tom Brady showed up at the rally without wearing a protective boot on his right foot. “Thank you guys for coming out on the half of this entire team. It’s been an incredible season. We’ve had best support in the world from you guys we gonna need it for the next week. And we are going down there for one reason and one reason to win, and bring the title back to Foxborough. Go Patriots.”

And those are the headlines of this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV or you are on the go.


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Hello everyone I'm ASIEH NAMDAR at the CNN center in Atlanta.Here' what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

We beginning in Kenya where tribal fighting has taken a grusome turn this weekend.In the west refard vally region The red cross says over fouth of people been burned alive in their homes.Dozens of people have reportedly died.Bloody ethnic battles has been ungoing since last month dispute of presidential vote.Former UN Secretary General Kofin Anan is now trying to ocstrate a peace deal.

Former Indonesian leader Suharto has died,he was 86.Suharto ruled Indonesian for more than 30 years.He was a US ally in the cold war but also known as a brutal dictator.Some estimates say as many as 1 million political oppnents were killed during his reign.Still Suharto won widespread praise while shaping Indonesia by boosting it's economy.

Barack Obama came out on top in last night's Democratic's primary in South Carolina.He got more votes than John Edwards and Hilary combining.Obama has moved on to Birmingham,Albama.He's hoping for a repeat of South Carolina among the states sizable body of black voters.Hilary Clintion is in neighbouring Tennessee hoping to reenerdize her base.Here she is at a church service in Memphist just a short time ago.And for South Carolina John Edwards,down but not out.Now the three of us move on to February 5th.

Meantime.the Republican field is battling over Florida.Voters there would choose their nominee Tuesday.Roiter see stand poll shows Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney are in a virtual tie for Florida support.But McCain has locked up the backing of Florida's top Republican.Governor Charlie Chris gave McCain his endorsment last night.Ms Cheney,the daughter of vice president Dick Cheney has backed up Romney.

Forget the freezing temperatures under the snow!///men did showed up in the Julas stadium for superball send off.New England is one win away from a perfect season and the best for petric fans Tom Braddy showed up in the rally without wearing a protective boot on his right foot.

Thankyou guys for coming out on behalf of this entire team.It's been an incredible season.We felt the best support in the world from you guys .We're gonna need for the next week.And we are going down there for one reason and one reason to win.And bring a title back to Foxpro.Go Patriots!

And those are the headlines this hour.For more on these stories and other news of the day.CNN is your source online on Tv or when you 're on the go.
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Former Indonesian president Suharto has died. he was 86. Suharto rules Indonesia for more than 30 years. He was a US ally in the cold war but was also known as brutal dictator. Some estimates say as many as one million political opponents were killed during his reign. Still Suharto won wide of praises for shaping Indonesia and boosting its economy.
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Hello, everyone. I’m A N. Here’s what’s happening now in the news.

We are beginning Kenya where tribal fighting has taken a grewsome turn this weekend. In the western rift valley region, the Red Across says there are reports of people being burned alive in the home. Dozens of people have reportedly died. Bloody ethnic battles have been ongoing since the last month’s dispute presidential vote. Former UN Secretary General K Anan is now trying to * piece of deal.

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And those are the headlines this hour. For more these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source on line, on TV or you are on the go.
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Hello, everyone. I'm Asieh Namdar at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here is what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

We begin in Kenya where tribal fighting has taken a gruesome turn this weekend. In the western Rift Valley region, the Red Cross says there are reports of people being burnt alive in their homes. Dozens of people have reportedly died. Bloody ethnic battles have been ongoing since last month's disputed presidential vote. Former UN Secretary General Kofi Anan is now trying to orchestrate a peace deal.

Former Indonesian leader Suharto has died. He was 86. Suharto ruled Indonesia for more than 30 years. He was a US ally in the Cold War, but was also known as a brutal dictator. Some estimates say as many as one million political opponents were killed during his reign. Still, Suharto won widespread praise for shaping Indonesia by boosting its economy.

Barack Obama came out on top in last night's Democratic primary in South Carolina. He got more votes than both John Edwards and Hillary Clinton combined. Obama has moved on to Birmingham, Alabama. He's hoping for a repeat of South Carolina among the state's sizable body of black voters. Hillary Clinton is in neighboring Tennessee, hoping to re-energize her base. There she is at a church service in Memphis just a short time ago.

And for South Carolina native John Edwards, down but not out.
"Now, the three of us move on to Feb. 5th!"

Meantime, the Republican field is battling over Florida. Voters there will choose their nominee Tuesday. The Reuters/C-Span poll shows Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney are in a virtual tie for Florida support. But McCain has locked up the backing of Florida's top Republican. Governor Charlie Christ gave McCain his endorsement last night. Ms.Cheney, the daughter of Vice President Dick Cheney, has backed Romney.

Forget the freezing temperatures and the snow! Die-hard Patriots fans still showed up at Gillette Stadium for Super Bowl send-off. New England is one win away from a perfect season. And the best news for Patriots fans: Tom Brady showed up at the rally without wearing a protective boot on his right foot.

"Thank you guys for coming out, on behalf of this entire team. It's been an incredible season we've had. The best support in the world from you guys, we're going to need you for the next week and we are going down there for one reason and the one reasons to win and bring a title back to Foxborough! Go Patriots!"

And those are the headlines at(没有) this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV or when you are on the go.
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We begin in Kenya where tribal fighting has taken a gruesome turn this weekend. In the western Rift Valley region, the Red Cross says there are reports of people being burned alive in their homes. Dozens of people have reportedly died. Bloody ethnic battles have been ongoing since last month’s disputed presidential vote. Former UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, is now trying to orchestrate a peace deal.

Former Indonesian leader, Suharto, has died. He was 86. Suharto ruled Indonesia for more than 30 years. He was a US ally in the Cold War, but was also known as a brutal dictator. Some estimates say as many as 1,000,000 political opponents were killed during his reign. Still, Suharto won widespread praise for shaping Indonesia by boosting its economy.

Barak Obama came out on top in last night’s Democratic primary in South Carolina. He got more votes than both John Edwards and Hillary Clinton combined. Obama has moved on to Birmingham, Alabama. He’s hoping for a repeat of South Carolina among the state’s sizable body as black voters. Hillary Clinton is in neighboring Tennessee, hoping to re-energize her base. There she is at a church service Memphis just a short time ago. And for South Carolina native John Edwards, down but not out.
“Now, the 3 of us move on to February 5th.”

Meantime, the Republican field is battling over Florida. Voters there will choose their nominee Tuesday. The Reuters/C-Span poll shows Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney are in a virtual tie for Florida support. But McCain has locked up the backing of Florida’s top Republican. Governor Charlie gave McCain his endorsement last night. Ms. Cheney, the daughter of Vice President Dick Cheney, has backed Romney.

Forget the freezing temperatures and the snow! Die-hard Patriots fans still showed up at Gillette Stadium for Super Bowl send-off. New England is one win away from a perfect season. And the best news for Patriots fans: Tom Brady showed up the rally without wearing a protective boot on his right foot.
“Thank you guys for coming out, on behalf of this entire team. It’s been an incredible season we’ve had. The best support in the world from you guys. We gotta need you for the next week and we are going down there for one reason and the one reasons to win and bring a title back to Foxborough. Go Patriots.”
Just 说说而已!
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