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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Iraqi police say bomb blasts at two Baghdad pet markets today killed at least 64 people and wounded more than 100 others. Authorities say a female suicide bomber carried out the first attack killing at least 46 people and wounding 82 others in a popular market in central Baghdad. About 20 minutes later an attack at a market in southern Baghdad killed at least 18 people and wounded 25 others.

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says feuding political parties in Kenya must look beyond their individual interests and beyond party lines to end the post-election violence in the country. The UN chief arrived in Nairobi today and quickly joined talks between the rival parties under the mediation of Mr. Ban's predecessor, former Secretary General Kofi Annan. Mr. Ban met with Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki on Thursday at the African Union summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He is holding talks today with Raila Odinga of the opposition Orange Democratic Movement.

An Islamist website and US officials say a senior al-Qaida commander based in Afghanistan has been killed in Pakistan. The al-Qaeda-affiliated site posted the message on Thursday, announcing the death of Abu Laith al-Libi. He is one of the top al-Qaeda operatives in Afghanistan. A US government official speaking on the condition of anonymity said Libi was killed in an air strike carried out by an unmanned drone earlier this week.

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates and his French counterpart discussed NATO's involvement in Afghanistan during a meeting on Thursday at the Pentagon. However neither would provide many details of the talks. VOA's Al Pessin reports.

The US-French meeting could have been an important prelude to the NATO defense ministers' meeting next week. But neither official would say whether they discussed any of the controversial issues related to NATO's Afghanistan mission, including whether either country will send more troops to the southern area. Canada which takes command in the south in February, says it may withdraw its troops next year if more NATO members do not help. Secretary Gates noted that he just authorized sending 2,200 US Marines to southern Afghanistan for seven months, and he would not say what, if anything, he discussed with Minister Morin about possible deployments by France or other NATO members. 'Minister Morin and I discussed a wide range of issues relating to Afghanistan, including the participation of the allies and the need for a comprehensive strategy. And I think I'll just leave it at that.' Minister Morin also declined to answer specifically whether France would consider sending combat troops to southern Afghanistan. Al Pessin, VOA News, at the Pentagon.

Human Rights Watch released its annual report on the state of human rights across the globe. The US-based group says despots around the world are attempting to pass themselves off as democrats, and in far too many cases are not being challenged by the world's established democracies. VOA's Michael Bowman reports.

First the good news, according to Human Rights Watch, many leaders have come to recognize the value of being seen as defenders of democracy. As a brand name, democrat has never been more popular. But that is only the beginning of the story. 'The bad news is that the established democracies are letting autocrats pass themselves off as democrats.' Human Rights Watch Director Kenneth Roth says the last year has seen a cheapening or degradation of democracy. 'Democracy has come to be seen as the key to legitimacy. We see the leaders leading playing rhetorical games. And so you have Putin talking about sovereign democracy, where the sovereign in question seems to be himself. And you have the Burmese generals talking about disciplined democracy, and China discussing socialist democracy, or Musharraf in his audacity talking about genuine democracy as he imposes emergency rule.' Michael Bowman, VOA News, Washington.

The European Union has delayed the deployment of peacekeeping troops to Chad as rebels and government forces clashed northeast of the capital Ndjamena. The EU military spokesman says 3 flights carrying Irish and Austrian troops scheduled to arrive Thursday and today have been canceled due to what he called 'increased instability' in the central African nation. The peacekeepers were due to deploy in eastern Chad to protect displaced Chadians and refugees from Sudan's Darfur region.

You can read details on these and more 24 hours a day on our website at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.
Iraq police say bomb blast to Baghdad pack market today, killed at least 46 people and wounded more than 100 others. Authority say a female suicide bomber carried out the first attack, killing at least 46 people and wounding 82 others at a popular market in central Baghdad, about 20 minutes later a attack at a market in south Baghdad killed at least 18 people and wounded 25 others.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Iraqi police say bomb blasts at two Baghdad pet markets today killed at least 64 people and wounded more than 100 others. Authorities say a female suicide bomber carried out the first attack killing at least 46 people and wounding 82 others at a popular maker in central Baghdad. About 20 minutes later an attack in the market in southern Baghdad killed at least 18 people and wounded 25 others.

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says feuding political parties in Kenya must look beyond their individual interests and beyond party lines to end the post-election violence in the country. The UN chief arrived in Nairobi today and quickly joined talks between the rival parties under the mediation of Mr. Ban's predecessor, former Secretary General Kofi Annan. Mr. Ban met with Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki on Thursday at the African Union summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and is holding talks today with Raila Odinga of the opposition Orange Democratic Movement.

An Islamist Website and US officials say a senior al-Qaida commander based in Afghanistan has been killed in Pakistan. The al-Qaeda affiliated site posted the message on Thursday, announcing the death of Abu Laith al-Libi. He is one of the top al-Qaeda operatives in Afghanistan. A US government official speaking on the condition of anonymity says Libi was killed in an air strike carried out by an unmanned drone earlier this week.

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates and his French counterpart discussed NATO's involvement in Afghanistan during a meeting on Thursday at the Pentagon. However neither would provide many details of the talks. VOA's Al Pessin reports.

The US-French meeting could have been an important prelude to the NATO defense ministers' meeting next week. But neither official would say whether they discussed any of the controversial issues related to NATO's Afghanistan mission, including whether either country will send more troops to the southern area. Canada which takes command in the south in February, says it may withdraw its troops next year if more NATO members do not help. Secretary Gates noted that he just authorized sending 2,200 US Marines to southern Afghanistan for seven months, and he would not say what, if anything, he discussed with Minister Morin about possible deployments by France or other NATO members. "Minister Morin and I discussed a wide range of issues relating to Afghanistan, including the participation of the allies and the need for a comprehensive strategy. And I think I'll just leave it at that." Minister Morin also declined to answer specifically whether France would consider sending combat troops to Southern Afghanistan. Al Pessin, VOA News, at the Pentagon.

Human Rights Watch releases its annual report on the state of human rights across the globe. The US-based group says despots around the world are attempting to pass themselves off as democrats, and on far too many cases are not being challenged by the world's established democracies. VOA's Michael Bowman reports.

First the good news, according to Human Rights Watch, many leaders have come to recognize the value of being seen as defenders of democracy. As a brand name, democrat has never been more popular. But that is only the beginning of the story. "The bad news is that the established democracies are letting autocrats pass themselves off as democrats." Human Rights Watch Director Kenneth Roth says the last year has seen a cheapening or degradation of democracy. "Democracy has come to be seen as the key to legitimacy. We see the leaders leading playing rhetorical games. And so you have Putin talking about sovereign democracy, where the sovereign in question seems to be himself. And you have the Burmese generals talking about disciplined democracy, and China discussing socialist democracy, or Musharraf in his audacity talking about genuine democracy as he poses emergency rule." Michael Bowman, VOA News, Washington.

The European Union has delayed the deployment of peacekeeping troops to Chad as rebels in government forces clashed northeast of the capital in Ndjamena. The EU military spokesman says 3 flights carrying Irish and Austrian troops scheduled to arrive Thursday and today have been canceled due to what he called increased instability in the central African nation. The peacekeepers were due to deploy in eastern Chad to protect displaced Chadians and refugees from Sudan's Darfur region.

You can read details on these and more 24 hours a day on our website at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.

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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Iraqi police say bomb blasts at two Baghdad pet markets today killed at least 64 people and wounded more than 100 others. Authorities say a female suicide bomber carried out the first attack killing at least 46 people and wounding 82 others at a popular market in central Baghdad. About 20 minutes later an attack at a market in southern Baghdad killed at least 18 people and wounded 25 others.

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says feuding political parties in Kenya must look beyond their individual interests and beyond party lines to end the post-election violence in the country. The UN chief arrived in Nairobi today and quickly joined talks between the rival parties under the mediation of Mr. Ban's predecessor, former Secretary-General Kofi Annan. Mr. Ban met with Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki on Thursday at the African Union summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and is holding talks today with Raila Odinga of the opposition Orange Democratic Movement.

An Islamist Website and US officials say a senior al-Qaida commander based in Afghanistan has been killed in Pakistan. The al-Qaeda affiliated site posted the message on Thursday, announcing the death of Abu Laith al-Libi. He is one of the top al-Qaeda operatives in Afghanistan. A US government official speaking on the condition of anonymity says Libi was killed in an air strike carried out by an unmanned drone earlier this week.

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates and his French counterpart discussed NATO's involvement in Afghanistan during a meeting on Thursday at the Pentagon. However neither would provide many details of the talks. VOA's Al Pessin reports.

The US-French meeting could have been an important prelude to the NATO defense ministers' meeting next week. But neither official would say whether they discussed any of the controversial issues related to NATO's Afghanistan mission, including whether either country will send more troops to the southern area. Canada which takes command in the south in February, says it may withdraw its troops next year if more NATO members do not help. Secretary Gates noted that he just authorized sending 2,200 US Marines to southern Afghanistan for seven months, and he would not say what, if anything, he discussed with Minister Morin about possible deployments by France or other NATO members. "Minister Morin and I discussed a wide range of issues relating to Afghanistan, including the participation of the allies and the need for a comprehensive strategy. And I think I'll just leave it at that." Minister Morin also declined to answer specifically whether France would consider sending combat troops to Southern Afghanistan. Al Pessin, VOA News, at the Pentagon.

Human Rights Watch releases its annual report on the state of human rights across the globe. The US-based group says despots around the world are attempting to pass themselves off as democrats, and on far too many cases are not being challenged by the world's established democracies. VOA's Michael Bowman reports.

First the good news, according to Human Rights Watch, many leaders have come to recognize the value of being seen as defenders of democracy. As a brand name, democrat has never been more popular. But that is only the beginning of the story. "The bad news is that the established democracies are letting autocrats pass themselves off as democrats." Human Rights Watch Director Kenneth Roth says the last year has seen a cheapening or degradation of democracy. "Democracy has come to be seen as the key to legitimacy. We see the leaders leading playing rhetorical games. And so you have Putin talking about sovereign democracy, where the sovereign in question seems to be himself. And you have the Burmese generals talking about disciplined democracy, and China discussing socialist democracy, or Musharraf in his audacity talking about genuine democracy as he poses emergency rule." Michael Bowman, VOA News, Washington.

The European Union has delayed the deployment of peacekeeping troops to Chad as rebels in government forces clashed northeast of the capital in Ndjamena. The EU military spokesman says 3 flights carrying Irish and Austrian troops scheduled to arrive Thursday and today have been canceled due to what he called increased instability in the central African nation. The peacekeepers were due to deploy in eastern Chad to protect displaced Chadians and refugees from Sudan's Darfur region.

You can read details on these and more 24 hours a day on our website at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Iraqi police say bomb blast at two Baghdad pet markets today killed at least 64 people and wounded more than 100 others. Authorities say a female suicide bomber carried out the first attack killing at least 46 people and wounding 82 others in a popular market in central Baghdad. About 20 minutes later an attack in the market in southern Baghdad killed at least 18 people and wounded 25 others.

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says feuding political parties in Kenya must look beyond their individual interests and beyond party lines to end the post-election violence in the country. The UN chief arrived in Nairobi today and quickly joined talks between the rival parties under the mediation of Mr. Ban's predecessor, former Secretary General Kofi Annan. Mr. Ban met with Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki on Thursday at the African Union summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and is holding talks today with Raila Odinga of the opposition Orange Democratic Movement.

An Islamist Website and US officials say a senior al-Qaida commander based in Afghanistan has been killed in Pakistan. The al-Qaeda affiliated site posted the message on Thursday, announcing the death of Abu Laith al-Libi. He is one of the top al-Qaeda operatives in Afghanistan. A US government official speaking on the condition of anonymity says Libi was killed in an air strike carried out by an unmanned drone earlier this week.

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates and his French counterpart discussed NATO's involvement in Afghanistan during a meeting on Thursday at the Pentagon. However neither would provide many details of the talks. VOA's Al Pessin reports.

The US-French meeting could have been an important prelude to the NATO defense ministers' meeting next week. But neither official would say whether they discussed any of the controversial issues related to NATO's Afghanistan mission, including whether either country will send more troops to the southern area. Canada which takes command in the south in February, says it may withdraw its troops next year if more NATO members do not help. Secretary Gates noted that he just authorized sending 2,200 US Marines to southern Afghanistan for seven months, and he would not say what, if anything, he discussed with Minister Morin about possible deployments by France or other NATO members. "Minister Morin and I discussed a wide range of issues relating to Afghanistan, including the participation of the allies and the need for a comprehensive strategy. And I think I'll just leave it at that." Minister Morin also declined to answer specifically whether France would consider sending combat troops to Southern Afghanistan. Al Pessin, VOA News, at the Pentagon.

Human Rights Watch released its annual report on the state of human rights across the globe. The US-based group says despots around the world are attempting to pass themselves off as democrats, and on far too many cases are not being challenged by the world's established democracies. VOA's Michael Bowman reports.

First the good news, according to Human Rights Watch, many leaders have come to recognize the value of being seen as defenders of democracy. As a brand name, democrat has never been more popular. But that is only the beginning of the story. "The bad news is that the established democracies are letting autocrats pass themselves off as democrats." Human Rights Watch Director Kenneth Roth says the last year has seen a cheapening or degradation of democracy. "Democracy has come to be seen as the key to legitimacy. We see the leaders leading playing rhetorical games. And so you have Putin talking about sovereign democracy, where the sovereign in question seems to be himself. And you have the Burmese generals talking about disciplined democracy, and China discussing socialist democracy, or Musharraf in his audacity talking about genuine democracy as he poses emergency rule." Michael Bowman, VOA News, Washington.

The European Union has delayed the deployment of peacekeeping troops to Chad as rebels in government forces clashed northeast of the capital in Ndjamena. The EU military spokesman says 3 flights carrying Irish and Austrian troops scheduled to arrive Thursday and today have been canceled due to what he called increased instability in the central African nation. The peacekeepers were due to deploy in eastern Chad to protect displaced Chadians and refugees from Sudan's Darfur region.

You can read details on these and more 24 hours a day on our website at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Iraqi police say bomb blast at two Baghdad pet markets today killed at least 64 people and wounded more than 100 others. Authorities say a female suicide bomber carried out the first attack killing at least 46 people and wounding 82 others in a popular market in central Baghdad. About 20 minutes later an attack in the market in southern Baghdad killed at least 18 people and wounded 25 others.

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says feuding political parties in Kenya must look beyond their individual interests and beyond party lines to end the post-election violence in the country. The UN chief arrived in Nairobi today and quickly joined talks between the rival parties under the mediation of Mr. Ban's predecessor, former Secretary General Kofi Annan. Mr. Ban met with Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki on Thursday at the African Union summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He is holding talks today with Raila Odinga of the opposition Orange Democratic Movement.

An Islamist Website and US officials say a senior al-Qaida commander based in Afghanistan has been killed in Pakistan. The al-Qaeda affiliated site posted the message on Thursday, announcing the death of Abu Laith al-Libi. He is one of the top al-Qaeda operatives in Afghanistan. A US government official speaking on the condition of anonymity says Libi was killed in an air strike carried out by an unmanned drone earlier this week.

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates and his French counterpart discussed NATO's involvement in Afghanistan during a meeting on Thursday at the Pentagon. However neither would provide many details of the talks. VOA's Al Pessin reports.

The US-French meeting could have been an important prelude to the NATO defense ministers' meeting next week. But neither official would say whether they discussed any of the controversial issues related to NATO's Afghanistan mission, including whether either country will send more troops to the southern area. Canada which takes command in the south in February, says it may withdraw its troops next year if more NATO members do not help. Secretary Gates noted that he just authorized sending 2,200 US Marines to southern Afghanistan for seven months, and he would not say what, if anything, he discussed with Minister Morin about possible deployments by France or other NATO members. "Minister Morin and I discussed a wide range of issues relating to Afghanistan, including the participation of the allies and the need for a comprehensive strategy. And I think I'll just leave it at that." Minister Morin also declined to answer specifically whether France would consider sending combat troops to Southern Afghanistan. Al Pessin, VOA News, at the Pentagon.

Human Rights Watch released its annual report on the state of human rights across the globe. The US-based group says despots around the world are attempting to pass themselves off as democrats, and there are far too many cases are not being challenged by the world's established democracies. VOA's Michael Bowman reports.

First the good news, according to Human Rights Watch, many leaders have come to recognize the value of being seen as defenders of democracy. As a brand name, democrat has never been more popular. But that is only the beginning of the story. "The bad news is that the established democracies are letting autocrats pass themselves off as democrats." Human Rights Watch Director Kenneth Roth says the last year has seen a cheapening or degradation of democracy. "Democracy has come to be seen as the key to legitimacy. We see the leaders leading playing rhetorical games. And so you have Putin talking about sovereign democracy, where the sovereign / question seems to be himself. And you have the Burmese generals talking about disciplined democracy, and China discussing socialist democracy, or Musharraf in his audacity talking about genuine democracy as he imposes emergency rule." Michael Bowman, VOA News, Washington.

The European Union has delayed the deployment of peacekeeping troops to Chad as rebels and government forces clashed northeast of the capital / Ndjamena. The EU military spokesman says 3 flights carrying Irish and Austrian troops scheduled to arrive Thursday and today have been canceled due to what he called increased instability in the central African nation. The peacekeepers were due to deploy in eastern Chad to protect displaced Chadians and refugees from Sudan's Darfur region.

You can read details on these and more 24 hours a day on our website at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I am Alonzo Frances. Iraqi police say bomb blast at two Baghdad’s pet markets today killed at least sixty four people and wounded more than one hundred others. Authorities say a female suicide bomber carried out the first attack killing at least forty- six people and wounding eight-two others in the popular market in centeral Bagdard. About twenty minutes later,an attack at a market in southern Baghdad killed at least eighty people and wounded twenty five others. United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon says buliding political parties in Kenya must look beyond their individual interests and beyond party lines to end the post election violence in the country. The UN chief arrived in Nairobi today and quickly joined in talks between the rival parties under the mediation of Mr Ban’s predecessor former Secretary General Kofi Annan. Mr Ban met with Kenyan president Mwai Kibaki on Thursday at the African Union summit in Addis Ababa Ethiopia. He is holding talks today with Raila Odinga of the opposition lorange demoncratic movement.An Islamist website and US officials say a senior AL-Qaeda commander based in Afghanistan has been killed in Pakistan. The AL-Qaeda affiliated side posted a message on Thursday announcing the death of Abu Laith Al-libi.He is one of the top AL-Qaeda operators in Afghanistan. A US government official speaking on the condition of anonymity said Libi was killed in a air-stike carried out by an un-manned drone earlier this week. US Defense Secretary Bobert Gates and his French counterpart discussed NATO’s involvement in Afghanistan during a meeting on Thursday at The Pentagon. However, neither provided many details of the talks.VOA’s Hartifor Parton reports. The US French meeting cold have been an important prelude to the NATO defense ministers’ meeting next week but neither officials would say whether they had discussed any of the controversial issues related to NATO’s Afghanistan mission including whethe either countries will send more troops to the sounthen area. Canada which takes command in the south in Feburary says it may withdraw its troops next year if more NATO members do not help. Secretary Gates noted that he just authorized sending twenty-two hundred US marines to southern Afghanistan for seven months but he would not say what if anything he discussed with minister Morin about possible deployments by France or other NATO members. The Minister Morin and I discussed a wide range of issues relating to Afghanistan including the participation of the allies and the need for a comprehensive strategy and I think I will just leave them then. Minister Morin also declined to answer specifically whether France would consider sending combat troops to southern Afghanitan. Hartifor Parton VOA News at the Pentagon. Human Rights Watch released its annual report of the state of the human rights across the globe. The US based group says despots around the world are attempting to pass themselves off the democrats and on far too many cases are not being challenged by the world’s established democracy. VOA’s Michael Boman reports ,first the good news.According to Human Rights Watch ,many leaders have come to recognize the value of being seen as defenders of democracy. As a brandname,democrat has never been more popular but that is only the beginning of the story. The bad news is that the established democracies are redding autocrats pass themslves off as democrats. Human Right Watch director Canis Rough says the last year has seen a cheapening or degradation of democracy. Democracy has come to be seen as the key to legitimacy . We see the leaders even playing rhetorical games and so you have to be prudent talking about sovereign democracy where the sovereign question seems to be himself. I mean you have the Burmese generals talking about discipline democracy and China discussing socialist democracy or Musharraf in his audicity talking about genuine democracy as he imposes I am here to say “rule”. Michael Boman VOA News Washington. The Europen Union has delayed the deployment of peace keeping troops to Chad as rebels and government forces clashed northeast of the capital Ndjamena. The EU military spokeman says three flights carrying Ireish and Austrian troops scheduled to arrive Thursday and today have been cancelled due to what he called increased instability in the centeral african nation. The peace keepers were due to be deployed to in eastern Chad to protect displaced Chadians and refugees from the Sudan’s Darfur region. You can read the details on these more twenty four hours a day on our website at VOA News.com I am Alonzo Frances VOA News.
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Iraq police say bomb blast at two Baghdad’s pet markets today killed at least 64 people and wounded more than 100 others. Authority say a female suicide bomber carried out the first attack, killing at least 46 people and wounded 82 others in the popular market in the central Baghdad. About twenty minutes later, an attack at the market in Southern Baghdad killed at least 18 people and wounded 25 others. United Nation Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon says feuding political parties in Kenya must look beyond individual interests and beyond parties lines to end the post-election violence in the country. UN chief arrived in Nairobi today and quickly joined the talks between rival parties under the mediation of Mr. Ban's predecessor, former secretary general Kofi Annan. Mr. Ban met with Kenyan president Mwai Kibaki on Thursday at the African Union Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. And he is holding talks today with Raila Odinga of the opposition Orange Democratic Movement. An Islamist Website and US officials say a senior al-Qaida commander based in Afghanistan has been killed in Pakistan. The al-Qaeda affiliated site posted the message on Thursday, announcing the death of Abu Laith al-Libi. He is one of the top al-Qaeda operatives in Afghanistan. A US government official speaking on the condition of anonymity says Libi was killed in an air strike carried out by an unmanned drone earlier this week. US Defense Secretary Robert Gates and his French counterpart discussed NATO's involvement in Afghanistan during a meeting on Thursday at the Pentagon. However neither would provide many details of the talks. VOA's Al Pessin reports. The US-French meeting could have been an important prelude to the NATO defense ministers' meeting next week. But neither official would say whether they discussed any of the controversial issues related to NATO's Afghanistan mission, including whether either country will send more troops to the southern area. Canada which takes command in the south in February, says it may withdraw its troops next year if more NATO members do not help. Secretary Gates noted that he just authorized sending 2,200 US Marines to southern Afghanistan for seven months, and he would not say what, if anything, he discussed with Minister Morin about possible deployments by France or other NATO members. "Minister Morin and I discussed a wide range of issues relating to Afghanistan, including the participation of the allies and the need for a comprehensive strategy. And I think I'll just leave it at that." Minister Morin also declined to answer specifically whether France would consider sending combat troops to Southern Afghanistan. Al Pessin, VOA News, at the Pentagon. Human Rights Watch released its annual report on the state of human rights across the globe. The US-based group says despots around the world are attempting to pass themselves off as democrats, and on far too many cases are not being challenged by the world's established democracies. VOA's Michael Bowman reports.First the good news, according to Human Rights Watch, many leaders have come to recognize the value of being seen as defenders of democracy. As a brand name, democrat has never been more popular. But that is only the beginning of the story. "The bad news is that the established democracies are letting autocrats pass themselves off as democrats." Human Rights Watch Director Kenneth Roth says the last year has seen a cheapening or degradation of democracy. "Democracy has come to be seen as the key to legitimacy. We see the leaders leading playing rhetorical games. And so you have Putin talking about sovereign democracy, where the sovereign in question seems to be himself. And you have the Burmese generals talking about disciplined democracy, and China discussing socialist democracy, or Musharraf in his audacity talking about genuine democracy as he poses emergency rule." Michael Bowman, VOA News, Washington. The European Union has delayed the deployment of peacekeeping troops to Chad as rebels in government forces clashed northeast of the capital in Ndjamena. The EU military spokesman says 3 flights carrying Irish and Austrian troops scheduled to arrive Thursday and today have been canceled due to what he called increased instability in the central African nation. The peacekeepers were due to deploy in eastern Chad to protect displaced Chadians and refugees from Sudan's Darfur region. You can read details on these and more 24 hours a day on our website at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Iraqi police say bomb blasted at two Baghdad pack-markets today, killed at least 64 people and wounded more than 100 others. Authorities said a female suicide bomber carried out the first attack, killing at least 64 people and wounding 82 others in a public market in Central Baghdad. About 20 minutes later, an attack at a market in Southern Baghdad killed at least 18 people and wounded 25 others.

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The European Union has delayed the diplomats peace keeping troops to check as rivals in government forces clashed this of the capital in Germena. The EU military spokesman said three flies carrying irrigion troops scheduled arrive Thursday in today and cancelled deal to what he called increase instabilities in the central African Nation. The peace keepers will deal to deploying ease and attack to protect this place's tradients and refugees from Sedan’s Darkfor region.

You can read details on these and more 24 hours a day at website at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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Iraqi police say bomb blast at two Bagdad pack market today killed at least 64 people and wounded more than 100 others. Authorities say a female suicide bomber carried out the first attack killing at least 46 people and wounding 82 others in a popular market in central Bagdad. About 20 minutes later in the attack at a market in southern Bagdad killed at least 18 people and wounded 25 others.
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From the VOA news center in Washington. I'm Frances Alonzo.

Iraqi police say bomb blasts in two Baghdad pet markets today killed at least 64 people and wounded more than a hundred others. Authorities say a female suicide bomber carried out the first attack killing at least 46 people and wounding 82 others in a popular market in central Baghdad. About twenty minutes later, an attack in a market in southern Baghdad killed at least 18 people and wounded 25 others.

United Nations secretary general Ban Ki-moon says feuding political parties in Kenya must look beyond individual interests and beyond party lines to end the post-election violence in the country. The UN chief arrived in Nairobi and quickly joined talks between the rival parties under the mediation of Mr. Ban's predecessor, former UN secretary general Kofi Annan. Mr. Ban met with Kenyan president Mwai Kibaki on Thursday at the African Union summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and is holding talks today with Raila Odinga of the Opposition Orange Democratic Movement.

An Islamist website and US officials say a senior Al-Qaida commander based in Afghanistan has been killed in Pakistan. The Al-Qaida-affiliated site posted a message on Thursday announcing the death of Abu Alivi. He is one of the top Al-Qaida operatives in Afghanistan. An US government official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said Alivi was killed in an air strike carried out by an unmanned drone earlier this week.

US defense secretary Robert Gates and his French counterpart discussed NATO's involvement in Afghanistan during a meeting of Thursday at the Pentagon. However, neither of them has provided many details of the talks. VOA's Al Peson reports.

The US-French meeting could be a important prelude to the NATO defense ministerial meeting next week. But neither officials would say whether they discussed any of controversial issues related to NATO's Afghanistan mission, including whether either country will sent more troops to the southern area. Canada which takes command in the south in February says it may withdraw its troops next year if more NATO members do not help. Secretary Gates noted he just authorized sending 2200 US marines to southern Afghanistan for seven months. He would not say what, if anything, he discussed with Minister M about possible deployment by France or other NATO members. "Minister M and I discussed a wide range of issued related to Afghanistan, including the participation of the allies and the need for a comprehensive strategy and I think we'll leave it at that." he said. Mr. M also declined to answer specifically whether France would consider sending combat troops to southern Afghanistan. Al Peson, VOA news, at the pentagon.

Human Rights Watch released its annual report on the state of human rights across the globe. The US-based group says the despots around the world are attempting to pass themselves off as democrats and on far too many cases are not being challenged by the world's established democracies. VOA's Michael Bowman reports.

First, the good news. According to Human Rights Watch, many leaders have come to recognize the value of being seen as defenders of democracy. As a brand name, democrat has never been more popular. But that is only the beginning of the story. "The bad news is the disestablished democracies are letting autocrats pass themselves off as democrats." The Human Rights Watch director C R says last year has seen a cheapening or a degradation of democracy. "Democracy has come to be seen as the key to legitimacy. You see the leaders even play rhetorical games, so you have Putin of talking about sovereign democracy, where the sovereign in question seem to be himself and you have the Burmese generals talking about disciplined democracy. and China discussing socialist democracy or Musharaf in his audacity talking about genuine democracy as he imposed a emergency rule. Michael Bowman, VOA news, Washington.

The European Union has delayed the deployment of peacekeeping troops to Chad as rebels and government forces clashed northeast of capital Ndjamena. The EU military spokesman says three flights carrying Irish and Austrian troops scheduled to arrive Thursday and today were then cancelled due to what he called "increased instability" in central African nation. The peacekeepers were due to deploy in eastern Chad to protect displaced Chadian and refugees from Sudan's Darfur region.

You can read details on these and more 24 hours a day on our website at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA news.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Iraqi police say bomb blast at two Baghdad pet markets today killed at least 64 people and wounded more than 100 others. Authorities say a female suicide bomber carried out the first attack killing at least 46 people and wounding 82 others in a popular market in central Baghdad. About 20 minutes later an attack in the market in southern Baghdad killed at least 18 people and wounded 25 others.

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says feuding political parties in Kenya must look beyond their individual interests and beyond party lines to end the post-election violence in the country. The UN chief arrived in Nairobi today and quickly joined talks between the rival parties under the mediation of Mr. Ban's predecessor, former Secretary General Kofi Annan. Mr. Ban met with Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki on Thursday at the African Union summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He is holding talks today with Raila Odinga of the opposition Orange Democratic Movement.

An Islamist Website and US officials say a senior al-Qaida commander based in Afghanistan has been killed in Pakistan. The al-Qaeda-affiliated site posted the message on Thursday, announcing the death of Abu Laith al-Libi. He is one of the top al-Qaeda operatives in Afghanistan. A US government official speaking on the condition of anonymity said Libi was killed in an air strike carried out by an unmanned drone earlier this week.

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates and his French counterpart discussed NATO's involvement in Afghanistan during a meeting on Thursday at the Pentagon. However neither would provide many details of the talks. VOA's Al Pessin reports.

The US-French meeting could have been an important prelude to the NATO defense ministers' meeting next week. But neither official would say whether they discussed any of the controversial issues related to NATO's Afghanistan mission, including whether either country will send more troops to the southern area. Canada which takes command in the south in February, says it may withdraw its troops next year if more NATO members do not help. Secretary Gates noted that he just authorized sending 2,200 US Marines to southern Afghanistan for seven months, and he would not say what, if anything, he discussed with Minister Morin about possible deployments by France or other NATO members. "Minister Morin and I discussed a wide range of issues relating to Afghanistan, including the participation of the allies and the need for a comprehensive strategy. And I think I'll just leave it at that." Minister Morin also declined to answer specifically whether France would consider sending combat troops to Southern Afghanistan. Al Pessin, VOA News, at the Pentagon.

Human Rights Watch released its annual report on the state of human rights across the globe. The US-based group says despots around the world are attempting to pass themselves off as democrats, and in far too many cases are not being challenged by the world's established democracies. VOA's Michael Bowman reports.

First the good news, according to Human Rights Watch, many leaders have come to recognize the value of being seen as defenders of democracy. As a brand name, democrat has never been more popular. But that is only the beginning of the story. "The bad news is that the established democracies are letting autocrats pass themselves off as democrats." Human Rights Watch Director Kenneth Roth says the last year has seen a cheapening or degradation of democracy. "Democracy has come to be seen as the key to legitimacy. We see the leaders leading playing rhetorical games. And so you have Putin talking about sovereign democracy, where the sovereign in question seems to be himself. And you have the Burmese generals talking about disciplined democracy, and China discussing socialist democracy, or Musharraf in his audacity talking about genuine democracy as he imposes emergency rule." Michael Bowman, VOA News, Washington.

The European Union has delayed the deployment of peacekeeping troops to Chad as rebels and government forces clashed northeast of the capital Ndjamena. The EU military spokesman says 3 flights carrying Irish and Austrian troops scheduled to arrive Thursday and today have been canceled due to what he called increased instability in the central African nation. The peacekeepers were due to deploy in eastern Chad to protect displaced Chadians and refugees from Sudan's Darfur region.

You can read details on these and more 24 hours a day on our website at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Iraqi police say bomb blasts at two Baghdad pet markets today killed at least 64 people and wounded more than 100 others. Authorities say a female suicide bomber carried out the first attack killing at least 46 people and wounding 82 others in a popular market in central Baghdad. About 20 minutes later an attack at a market in southern Baghdad killed at least 18 people and wounded 25 others.

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says feuding political parties in Kenya must look beyond their individual interests and beyond party lines to end the post-election violence in the country. The UN chief arrived in Nairobi today and quickly joined talks between the rival parties under the mediation of Mr. Ban's predecessor, former Secretary General Kofi Annan. Mr. Ban met with Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki on Thursday at the African Union summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He is holding talks today with Raila Odinga of the opposition Orange Democratic Movement.

An Islamist website and US officials say a senior al-Qaida commander based in Afghanistan has been killed in Pakistan. The al-Qaeda-affiliated site posted the message on Thursday, announcing the death of Abu Laith al-Libi. He is one of the top al-Qaeda operatives in Afghanistan. A US government official speaking on the condition of anonymity said Libi was killed in an air strike carried out by an unmanned drone earlier this week.

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates and his French counterpart discussed NATO's involvement in Afghanistan during a meeting on Thursday at the Pentagon. However neither would provide many details of the talks. VOA's Al Pessin reports.

The US-French meeting could have been an important prelude to the NATO defense ministers' meeting next week. But neither official would say whether they discussed any of the controversial issues related to NATO's Afghanistan mission, including whether either country will send more troops to the southern area. Canada which takes command in the south in February, says it may withdraw its troops next year if more NATO members do not help. Secretary Gates noted that he just authorized sending 2, 200 US Marines to southern Afghanistan for seven months, and he would not say what, if anything, he discussed with Minister Morin about possible deployments by France or other NATO members. "Minister Morin and I discussed a wide range of issues relating to Afghanistan, including the participation of the allies and the need for a comprehensive strategy. And I think I'll just leave it at that. " Minister Morin also declined to answer specifically whether France would consider sending combat troops to southern Afghanistan. Al Pessin, VOA News, at the Pentagon.

Human Rights Watch released its annual report on the state of human rights across the globe. The US-based group says despots around the world are attempting to pass themselves off as democrats, and in far too many cases are not being challenged by the world's established democracies. VOA's Michael Bowman reports.

First the good news, according to Human Rights Watch, many leaders have come to recognize the value of being seen as defenders of democracy. As a brand name, democrat has never been more popular. But that is only the beginning of the story. "The bad news is that the established democracies are letting autocrats pass themselves off as democrats. " Human Rights Watch Director Kenneth Roth says the last year has seen a cheapening or degradation of democracy. "Democracy has come to be seen as the key to legitimacy. We see the leaders leading playing rhetorical games. And so you have Putin talking about sovereign democracy, where the sovereign in question seems to be himself. And you have the Burmese generals talking about disciplined democracy, and China discussing socialist democracy, or Musharraf in his audacity talking about genuine democracy as he imposes emergency rule. " Michael Bowman, VOA News, Washington.

The European Union has delayed the deployment of peacekeeping troops to Chad as rebels and government forces clashed northeast of the capital Ndjamena. The EU military spokesman says 3 flights carrying Irish and Austrian troops scheduled to arrive Thursday and today have been canceled due to what he called "increased instability" in the central African nation. The peacekeepers were due to deploy in eastern Chad to protect displaced Chadians and refugees from Sudan's Darfur region.

You can read details on these and more 24 hours a day on our website at voanews. com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.
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