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I'm Peter Macleod from the VOA News Center in Washington.

Rebels have entered Chad's capital N'Djamena and are battling against army units near the presidential palace. This follows a one-week rebel offensive to topple the long-term President Idriss Deby. VOA's Nico Colombant reports from our regional bureau in Dakar.

Military officials, rebels and international aid workers confirmed the fighting around the presidential palace. Clashes began earlier Saturday 20 kilometers outside the capital before engulfing the city center. Residents in N'Djamena say they heard increasingly intense heavy arms fire. They say rebels occupied the east and south of the capital and that there was fighting around the airport as well. An exiled rebel spokesman who's been in contact with rebels on the ground Makaila Nguebla says Chad's army has offered little resistance.

He says rebels from several groups who allied themselves for this offensive were able to cross Chad over the course of one week from their bases near Sudan and entered the capital in one day. The rebels say that if they take over they won't impose transition rules for two years before organizing free and fair elections. Chad has had several coups since independence from France in 1960. Nico Colombant, VOA News, Dakar.

Sri Lanka's military says an explosion on a civilian bus in the central part of the country has killed at least 18 people and wounded 50 others. The blast occurred Saturday in the town of Dambulla, located about 150 kilometers north of the capital Colombo. The bus was carrying at least 100 passengers. Authorities initially said about 20 people had been killed in the attack. There has been no claim of responsibilities, but authorities say they suspect Tamil Tiger rebels.

Iraqi authorities have raised the death toll from the Friday's suicide bombings in two popular Baghdad pet markets to 99, making it the deadliest day in the capital in several months. This boy was in a truck carrying a coffin of a blast victim. Authorities say the two blasts which occurred 20 minutes apart were carried out by two women, strapped with explosives set off by remote control. They say both of the women were mentally disabled. About 150 people were wounded in the twin attacks.

Kenya's government and main opposition party have agreed to take steps to try to end the post-election violence that's killed some 850 people. The former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan said Friday the sides agreed on a framework for the talks he's leading in the Kenyan capital Nairobi. In Nairobi, the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called on Kenyans to stop the violence. 'I am deeply concerned about this situation and the number of deaths is just intolerable and unacceptable in modern world. This must stop.' He urged Kenyan leaders to look past personal and partisan interests to resolve the bitter dispute over the last month's presidential election.

Weather forecasters in China warn that more snow and sleet will spread across regions of the country already hard-hit by unusually severe winter weather. The National Meteorological Center in Beijing said late Friday most parts of southern China will receive moderately heavy snow fall both Saturday and Sunday. At least 60 people have died from weather-related causes while millions are stranded in train stations, airports and ice-covered highways. More than a million people have been evacuated from their homes. And on Friday, the Chinese state media reported the transportation system was beginning to function again, but millions remained stranded because of the heaviest snowfall in decades.

Indonesia officials say flooding from torrential rains has killed 3 people in the capital of Jakarta and left nearly 1,500 homeless. Authorities say the rain stopped Saturday but much of Jakarta remains flooded.

Pakistani authorities say three policemen were killed during a raid on a suspected Islamic militant hideout Saturday in the northwestern part of the country. The incident took place in the town of Mardan, located about 40 kilometer northeast of Peshawar, the capital of North West Frontier Province. A local police spokesman says the militants opened fire after they refused to surrender. At least one militant was killed in the shootout.

A top U.S. diplomat has ended a three-day visit to North Korea without a complete list of Pyongyang's nuclear weapons programs. Sung Kim, the U.S. State Department's top Korea expert, told reporters Saturday that he met with the North Korean Foreign Ministry officials and discussed issues related to that list.

I'm Peter Macleod, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.
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Sililanka a explosion on a servailiion bus in the central part of the country and killed at least 80 people and wound more than 50 others.The blast located about 50 killometers north from the capital.The bus was carring at least a 100 passengers.Authority intentionaly say that 20 people been killed. It is no claim responsibility but authority say the suspect the Tiger .
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Keniya goverment made a position party agree to take steps to try to anti elections violence that killed some 860 people.The former Un secretery Kefei annan said friday the side agree the framwork that the talk lead the Kennia capital Mirobi.In mirobi the United Nation Secretary Banky Moon callankenion to stop the violence.Yet to look past in the interest to resolv the bitter dispute over the last month presidency election.
Weather forecast in china warn the more snow will spread cross the region of the country already hit by unusual severe winter weather . The national media article center in beijing said late friday most parts of southern china were received both saturday and sunday.At 6 people were died for the weather related cause while millions were trapped in train station airport highways .More than a milione people were evacuated from their home.And on friday the chinese media report the transportation beginning to function again but millione of because of in dacade.
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kill 3 people in the capital and at least 1500 people homeless. Authorities says that the rain stop saturday but much of the remain flloded.
Pajistan authority says that 3 policement were killed after the suspect Islamic militant in the north part of country.
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I'm Perter Mi, from the VOA news center in Washington.

Rebels have entered Chad's capital Ndjamena and are battling against the arm and this is near the presidential palace. This follows a one-week rebel offensive to topple the long term president Edress Debi. VOA's Nickol Columbet reports from our regional bureau in Dakar.

Military officials, rebels and international aide workers confirmed the fighting around the presidential palace. Clashes began earlier Saturday 20 kilometers outside the capital before engulfing the city center. Residents in Ndjamena say they heard increasingly intensive arms fire. They say rebels occupied the east and south of the capital and that there was fighting around the airport as well. An exalted rebel spokesman who is in contact with rebels on the ground M G says Chad's army has offered little resistance. He says rebels from several groups who allied themselves for this offensive removed across Chad on the course of one week from the base near Sudan and entered the capital in one day. The rebels say that if they take over they would not impose a transition rule for two days before organizing free and fair elections. Chad has had several coups since independence from France in 1960. Nickol Columbet, VOA news, Dakar.

Sri Lankan military says an explosion on a civilian bus in the central part of the country has killed 18 people and wounded 50 others. The blast occurred Saturday at the town of D , located 150 kilometers north of the capital Colombo. The bus carried at least 100 passengers. Authorities initially said about 20 people had been killed in the attack. There has been no claim of responsibilities. Authorities say they suspect Tamil Tiger rebels.

Iraqi authorities have raised the death toll from the Friday's suicide bombings in two popular pet markets to 99, making it the deadliest day in the capital in several months. The voice was an hearing at the coffin of a blast victim. Authorities say the two blasts which occurred 20 minutes apart were carried out by two women, strapped with explosives set off by remote control. They say both the women were mentally disabled. About 150 people were wounded in the trained attacks.

Kenyan government and main opposition party have agreed to take steps to try to end the post-election violence that kills some 800 people. The former United Nations secretary general Kofi Annan said Friday the sides agreed on a framework for the talks in Kenya's capital Nairobi. In Nairobi, the United Nations secretary general Ban Ki-moon called on Kenyans to stop the violence. He urged Kenyan leaders to look past personal and partisan interests to resolve the dinner dispute over the last moth's presidential election.

Weather forecasters in China warn more snow and sleet will spread across regions of the country's already hart hit by an unusually severe winter weather. The national meteorological center in Beijing said Friday more parts of southern China will receive moderate to heavy snow fall Saturday and Sunday. At least 16 people died from weather-related causes while millions are stranded in train stations, airports and ice-cover highways. More than a million people have been evacuated from their homes. On Friday, the Chinese state media reported the transportation system was beginning to function again, but millions remain stranded because of the heaviest snowfall in decades.

Indonesian officials say flooding from torrential rains has killed 3 killed in the country's capital of Jakarta and left nearly 5000 homeless. Authorities say rains stopped Saturday but much of Jakarta remains flooded.

Pakistani authorities say three police men were killed during a raid on the suspected Islamic militants hideout Saturday in the southwestern part of the country. The incident took place in the town of M located about 40 kilometer northeast of P, the capital of northwestern frontier province. A local police spokesman says the militants opened fire after they refused to surrender. At least one militant was killed in that shootout.

A top US diplomat has ended a three day visit to North Korea without a complete list of Pyongyang's nuclear weapons programs. Songki L, a US state department top nuclear expert told reporters Saturday that he met with North Korean foreign ministry officials and discussed issues related to that list.

I'm Perter Miclock, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.









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I'm Peter Macloud, from the VOA News Center in Washington.

Rivals said inter Chad's capital in Ndjamena and our battling against army unique duty presidential palace is followed one-week global offensive to toll the long term president interest Dabe. VOA's Nichole Klongborn reportes from our regional Beroad in Dikard.

Military officials, rivals and international aid workers confirmed the fighting around the presidential palace. Clashes began early Saturday 20 kilometers outside the capital before engulfing the city center. Residents in Ndjamena said they heard increasingly intempts heavy arms fire. They say rivals were by the east and south of the capital and then there was firing around airport as well. In exile, Rebow spokesman who has been in contacted with the rivals on the ground, Mercalar Ingevol says Chad's army has offered little resistance. He said rivals from several groups to ally then serve for this defensive. Rivals crossed Chad over the cause of one week from their base near Sudan and enter the capital in one day. The rivals say that if they take over they won't post transition rule for two year before organizing for infirm elections. Chad had had several coups since it independence from France in 1960. Nichole Klongborn, VOA News, Dikard.

Sri Lanka's military said an explosion on a civilian bars in the central part of the country, as killed at least 18 people and more than 50 others. The blast occurs Saturday in the town of Dambulla, located about 150 kilometers north of the capital Colombo. The bus was carrying at least 100 passengers. Authorities of Nissarly said about 20 people have been killed in the attack. There is no claim of responsibilities for authorities say they suspect Tamil tigers rebels.

Iraqi authority say race the death all from the Friday suicide bombings in two popular Baghdad pet markets to 99, making a deadly estate in capital in several months. This boy was in a truck carrying a coffin of a blast victim. Authorities say the two blasts, which occurred 20 minutes apart, were carried out by two women strapped with explosive set-off by remote control. They say both of the women were mentally disabled. About 150 people were wounded in the two attacks.

Kenyan government and main opposition party of the great take steps to try to end the post-election violence that has killed some 850 people. The formal United Nation Secretary General Kofi Annan said Friday the side that agrees framework for the talks is leading the Kenyan capital Nairobi. In Nairobi, the United Nation Secretary General Barn Kimood called on Kenyans to stop the violence. "I'm deeply concerned about for this situation and the number of death is just intolerable and upsetable in modern world. This must have stopped." EU urged Kenya leaders to look pass personal and part as interests to resort the bitter disputed with last month's presidential election.

Weather Forecasts in China warned of more snow and sleet will spread across regions of the country already hard hit by unusually servier winter weather. The National Media of Logical Center in Beijing certainly Friday most parts of Southern China will receive more predicted heavy snowfall both Saturday and Sunday. At least 60 people have died from weather related casts while millions are strapped in train stations, airports and ice covered highways. More than a million people had been regulated from their homes. And on Friday the Chinese state media reported the transportation system was beginning to function again, but millions are remain strapped because of the heavier snowfall in decades.

Indonesian official said flooding from Treasial rain has killed 3 people in the capital Jakarta and left nearly 1500 people homeless. Authority say the rain stopped Saturday, but much of Jakarta remains flooded.

Pakistani authority said 3 policemen were killed during a week on a suspected Islamic militant high down Saturday in the north-western part of the country. The intern took place in the town of Mar, located about 40 kilometers northeast of Pashoer, the capital of northwest Frenchia Province. A local police spokesman says the militants often fire after they refuse to surrender. At least one militant was killed at that shoot-down.

A top US diplomat representative three days visited North Korea without they can play less Pyongyang’s nuclear weapon's program. Some kin the EC US state development top Korea expert told reporters Saturday that he met with the North Korean informal Ministry official and discussed the issues related to their list.

I'm Peter Macloud, VOA News. More news on the internet at voanews.com.
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I’m Peter Maclaik from VOA news center in Washington.

Rebels have entered Chad’s capital Ndjamena in a battling against army units near the presidential palace. This follows a one-week rebel offensive to topple the long–term president Idriss Deby. VOA’s Nico Colombant reports from our regional bureau in Dakar.

Military officials of rebels and international aide workers confirmed the fighting around the presidential palace. Clashes begin early Saturday 20 kilometers outside the capital before engulfing the city center. Residents in Ndjamena say they heard increasingly intense heavy arms fire. They say rebels occupied the eastern south of the capital and that there was fighting around the airport as well. An exiled rebel spokesman who’s been in contact with rebels on the ground, Makaila Nguebla says Chad’s army has offered little resistence. “!@#$%^&*” he says rebels from several groups who allied themselves for this offensive rave to across Chad over the course of one way from their basis near Sudan and entered the capital in one day. The rebels say that if they take over they will impose transition world for 2 years before organizing for a fair election. Chad had several coups since independence from France in 1960s. Nico Colombant,VOA news, Dakar.

Sri Lanka’s military says an explosion on a civilian bus in the central part of the country has killed at least 18 people and wounded 50 others. The blast occurred Saturday in the town of Dambulla located about 150 kilometers north of the capital Colombo. The bus was carrying at least 100 passengers. Authorities initially said about 20 people had been killed in the attack. There has been no claim of responsibilities, but the authorities say they suspect Tamil Tiger Rebels.

Iraqi authorities have raised death toll from Friday’s suicide bombings in 2 popular Baghdad pet markets to 99 making it the deadliest day in the capital in several months. This boy was in a truck carrying a coffin of a blast victim. Authorities say the 2 blasts which occurred 20 minutes apart were carried out by 2 women, strapped explosive set out by remote control. They say both women were mentally disabled about 150 people were wounded in the twin attacks.

Kenya’s government and main opposition party have agreed to take steps to try to end the post-election violence that killed some 850 people. The former United Nation’s Secretary General Kofi Annan said Friday the sides agreed on a framework for the talks is leading in the Kenyan Capital Nairobi. In Nairobi, the United Nation Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called on Kenyans to stop the violence. “I deeply concerned about the decimation, the number of deaths is just in * of * in more than *, this must stop.” He urged Kenyan leaders to look past personal and partisan interests to resolve the bitter dispute of last month’s presidential election.

Weather forecast in China warned more snow and sleet will spread across regions that country’s already hard hit by unusually severe winter weather. The National Meteorological Center in Beijing said on Friday most parts of southern China will receive moderate to heavy snowfall for Saturday and Sunday. At least 60 people have died from weather related causes, while millions have stranded in train stations, airports and ice covered highways. More than a million people have evacuated from their homes. And on Friday, the Chinese State Media reported the transportation system was beginning to function again, but millions remains stranded because of the heaviest snowfall in decades.

Indonesian officials say flood from torrential rain has killed 3 people in the capital Jakarda and left nearly 15 hundred people homeless. Authorities say the rain stopped Saturday but much of the Jakarda remained flooded.

Pakistani authorities say three policemen were killed during a raid on a suspected Islamic militant hideout Saturday in the northwest part of the country. The incident took place in the town of Mardan , located about 40 kilometers northeast of Peshawar, the capital of northwest of frontier province. A local police spokesman says the militants open fire after they refused to surrender and at least one militant was killed in that shootout.

A top US diplomat ended up a three-day visit to North Korea without a complete list of Pyongyang nuclear weapons programs. * , US State Department’s top Korea expert, told reporter Saturday he met with the North Korea Foreign Ministry officials and discussed the issues related to that list.

I’m Peter Maclaik, VOA news, more news on the internet at voanews.com.
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I'm Peter Macloud, from the VOA news center in Washington.

Rebels have entered Chad's capital N’Djamena and are battling against the army units / near the presidential palace. This follows a one-week rebel offensive to topple the long-term president Idriss Deby. VOA's Nickol Columbet reports from our regional bureau in Dakar.

Military officials, rebels and international aid workers confirmed the fighting around the presidential palace. Clashes began earlier Saturday 20 kilometers outside the capital before engulfing the city center. Residents in N’Djamena say they heard increasingly intense heavy arms fire. They say rebels occupied the east and south of the capital and that there was fighting around the airport as well. An exiled rebel spokesman who’s been in contact with rebels on the ground Makaila Nguebla says Chad's army has offered little resistance.

He says rebels from several groups who allied themselves for this offensive were able to cross Chad over the course of one week from the base near Sudan and entered the capital in one day. The rebels say that if they take over they won’t impose a transition rule for two years before organizing free and fair elections. Chad has had several coups since independence from France in 1960. Nickol Columbet, VOA news, Dakar.

Sri Lankan military says an explosion on a civilian bus in the central part of the country has killed at least18 people and wounded 50 others. The blast occurred Saturday in the town of Dambulla , located about 150 kilometers north of the capital Colombo. The bus was carrying at least 100 passengers. Authorities initially said about 20 people had been killed in the attack. There has been no claim of responsibilities, but authorities say they suspect Tamil Tiger rebels.

Iraqi authorities have raised the death toll from the Friday's suicide bombings in two popular Baghdad pet markets to 99, making it the deadliest day in the capital in several months. This voice was a truck carrying a coffin of a blast victim. Authorities say the two blasts which occurred 20 minutes apart were carried out by two women, strapped with explosives set off by remote control. They say both the women were mentally disabled. About 150 people were wounded in the twinned attacks.

Kenyan government and main opposition party have agreed to take steps to try to end the post-election violence that kills some 850 people. The former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan said Friday the side that agrees / framework for the talks is leading the Kenyan capital Nairobi. In Nairobi, the United Nations secretary general Ban Ki-moon called on Kenyans to stop the violence.

I am deeply concerned about this situation and the number of death is just intolerable and unacceptable in modern world. This must stop.

He urged Kenyan leaders to look past personal and partisan interests to resolve the bitter dispute over the last moth's presidential election.

Weather forecasters in China warn that more snow and sleet will spread across regions of the country's already hard hit by an unusually severe winter weather. The National Meteorological Center in Beijing said late Friday most parts of southern China will receive moderate to heavy snow fall both Saturday and Sunday. At least 16 people died from weather-related causes while millions are stranded in train stations, airports and ice-covered highways. More than a million people have been evacuated from their homes. On Friday, the Chinese state media reported the transportation system was beginning to function again, but millions remain stranded because of the heaviest snowfall in decades.

Indonesian officials say flooding from torrential rain's killed 3 people in the / capital of Jakarta and left nearly 500 homeless. Authorities say the rain stopped Saturday but much of Jakarta remains flooded.

Pakistani authorities say three police men were killed during a raid on the suspected Islamic
militant hideout Saturday in the northwestern part of the country. The incident took place in the town of Mardan, located about 40 kilometer northeast of Peshawar, the capital of northwest frontier province. A local police spokesman says the militants opened fire after they refused to surrender. At least one militant was killed in that shootout.

A top US diplomat has ended a three-day visit to North Korea without a complete list of Pyongyang's nuclear weapons programs. Sung Kim, the US state department top Korean expert told reporters Saturday that he met with North Korean foreign ministry officials and discussed issues related to that list.

I'm Peter Macloud, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.


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I am Peter Myclub from Voa news center in Washington.

Rivals have entered Chad’s capital Ndjamena in a bargaining against army units near the presidential palace, this follows an one week rebel offensive to topple the long term president, Idriss Déby. Voa’s Nico colanben reports from a regional bureau in Dakar.
“Military officials, rivals and international aid workers confirmed the fighting around the presidential palace. Clashes began early Saturday 20 kilometers outside the capital before engulfing the city center. Residents in Ndjamena say they heard increasingly intense heavy arms fire, they say rivals occupied the eastern south of the capital in that there are fighting around the airport as well. An exiled rebel spokesman who is been contact with the rivals on the ground Merkeilo engeibo says Chad’s army has offered little resistance. He says rivals from several groups allied themselves for this offensive able to across Chad over the course one week from their base near Sudan and enter the capital in one day. The rivals say that if they take over they will pose transition role for two years before organizing free and fair elections. Chad has had several coups since independence from France in 1960.
Nico colanben, Voa news, Dakar.

Sri Lanka’s military says an explosion on the serving bus in central part of the country has killed at least 18 people and wounded 15 others. The blast occur Saturday in the town Dabular located about one hundred and fifty kilometers north the capital, Colombo. The bus was carrying at least hundred passengers, authorities initially said about 20 people being killed in the attack, there is being no claim responsibilities, authorities say they suspect Tanmou Tiger rebels.

Iraqi authorities have raised death toll from Friday suicide bombings in two popular Baghdad pet markets to 99, making that a deadest in the capital in several months (cry...). This boy was in a truck carrying a coffin of blast victim. Authorities say the two blasts which occur 20 minutes apart were carried out by two women strapped explosive set up by remote control, they say both the women were mentally disabled, about 150 people were wounded in the twin attacks.

Kenya’s government and main opposition party have agreed to take steps to try to end the postal election violence that killed some 850 people. The former United Nations secretary general, Kofi Annan said Friday the sides agreed a frame work for the talks this leading in the Kenya capital, Nairobi. In Nairobi, the United Nations secretary general, Ban Ki-moo called on Kenyans to stop the violence (....This must stop!). He urged Kenya leader to look past personal part interests to result the bitter dispute of last month presidential election.

Weather forecast in China warn more snow and slide will stride across regions of the country already hard hit by unusually severe winter weather. The national meteorology center in Beijing said Friday, most parts of southern China will receive moderate to heavy snow fall both Saturday and Sunday, at least 60 people have died from weather related causes while million are stranded in train stations, airports and ice-covered highways, more than million people are evacuated from their homes. In a Friday the Chinese stay media reported the transportation system beginning function again but million are remain stranded because the heavy snowfall in decades.

Indonesia official say flooding from torrential rain has killed 3 people in the capital, Djakarta, and left nearly 1500 people homeless. Authorities say the rain stopped Saturday, but much of Djakarta remains flooded.

Pakistan authorities say 3 police men were killed during a raid on a suspected Islamic military hightail Saturday in the northwestern part of the country, the instance took place in the town Marton located about 40 kilometers northeastern Pasovor, the capital of northwestern franchise province. A local police spokesman said the militancy open fire after they refused to surrender, at least one militant was killed at the shot.

A top US diplomat has ended a three day visit to North Korea without a complete list of Pyongyang's nuclear weapons programs. Songki L, a US state department top nuclear expert told reporters Saturday that he met with North Korean foreign ministry officials and discussed issues related to that list.

I'm Perter Miclock, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.
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23:52 I am Peter Maclub from the VOA News center in Washington.
Rebels have entered Chad's capital Anjemila in their battling against army units near the presidential palace. This follows a one week rebel offensive to topple the long term president Idris Davee. VOA's Nicol Clemben reports from our regional beauro in Decar. Military officials rables and international aid workers confirmed the fighting around the presidential palace clashes begin early Saturday 20 kilometers outside the capital before emgolving the city center. Residents in Gemana say they heard increasingly intensive heavy arms fire. They say rebels occupied the east and south of the capital. And that there was fighting around the airport as well. An exiled rebel spokesman who has been in contact with rebels on the ground Makaila Emgaber says Chad's army has offered little resistance. He says rebels from several groups who allied themselves for this offensive rebel across Chad over the cross of one week from their bases near Sudan. and entered the capital in one day. The rebels say that if they took over they will impose trasitional rule for two years before organizing for intra elections. Chad has had several coups since independents from France in 1960. Nicol Clembents, VOA news, Decar.
Shiri Lanka's military says an explosion on a civilian bus in the central part of the country has killed at least 18 people and wounded 50 others. The blast occured Saturday in the town of Danbula located about 150 kilometers north of the capital Clembo. The bus was carrying at least 100 passengers. Authorities initially said about 20 people have been killed in the attack. There has been no claim of responsibilities but the authorities say they suspect Tirmal Tiger rebels.
Iraqi authorities have raised the death toll from Friday suicide bombings in 2 popular Bagdad pet markets to 99 making it the deadliest day in the capital in several months. This boy was in a truck carrying a coffin of a blast victim, authorities say the two blasts which occured 20 minutes apart were carried out by two women straple the explosive set off by remote control. They say both of women was a mentally disabled. About 150 people were wounded in the twin attacks.
Kenya's government and main opposition party have agreed to take steps to try to end the post election violence that's killed some 850 people. The former United Nations secretary general Kofi Annan said Friday the sides agreed a framework for the talks that is leading in the Kenyan capital Niroby. In Niroby the United Nations secretary general Bangkingmoon called on Kenyans to stop the violence. I am deeply concerned about that the situation and the number of deaths is just intolerable and unacceptable in modern world. This must get stop. He urged Kenyan leaders to look past personal partison interests to resolve the bitter dispute over last month's presidential election.
Weather forecasters in China warned that more snow and slid will spread across regions of the country already hard hit by unusually severe winter weather. The national medialogical center in Beijing said late Friday most parts of southern China will receive moderate to heavy snow fall both Saturday and Sunday. At least 60 people have died from weather related causes. while millions are stranded in train stations airports and ice covered highways, more than a million people have been evacuated from their homes. And on Friday the Chinese state media reported the transportation system was beginning to function again but millions remained stranded because the heaviest snowfall in decades.
Indonesia officials say flooding from torrential rains has killed 3 people in the capital of Jicarta and left nearly 15 hundred people homeless. Authorities say the rain stopped Saturday but much of Jicarta remains flooded. Pakistani authorities say three policemen were killed during a raid on a suspected Islamic militant hideouts Saturday in the northwestern part of country. The incidents took place in the town of Mard located about 40 kilometers northeast of Pashiwa, the capital of northwest Frontier province. A local police spokesman says the militants opened fire after they refused to surrounder at least one militant was killed in that shootout.
A top US diplomat has ended the three day visit to north Korea without a complete list of Pingyang's nuclear weapons programs. Sangkian list US state department's top Korea expert told reporters Saturday that he met with north Korean foreign ministry officials and discussed the issues related to that list.
I am Peter Maclard, VOA news, more news on the internet at voanews.com. 0:22
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I'm Peter McClaude, from the VOA News Center in Washington.

Rebels have entered Chad's capital N'Djamena and are battling against army units near the presidential palace. This follows a one-week rebel offensive to topple the long-term President Idriss Deby. VOA's Nico Colombant reports from our regional bureau in Dakar.

Military officials, rebels and international aid workers confirmed the fighting around the presidential palace. Clashes began early Saturday 20 kilometers outside the capital, before engulfing the city center. Residents in N'Djamena say they heard increasingly intense heavy arms fire. They say rebels occupied the east and south of the capital and that there was fighting around the airport as well. An exiled rebel spokesman who has been in contact with rebels on the ground, Makaila Nguebla says Chad's army has offered little resistance. He says rebels from several groups who allied themselves for this offensive able to cross Chad over the course of one week from their bases near Sudan and entered the capital in one day. The rebels say that if they take over they will impose transition rule for two years before organizing free and fair elections. Chad has had several coups since independence from France in 1960. Nico Colombant, VOA news, Dakar.

Sri Lanka's military says an explosion on a civilian bus in the central part of the country has killed at least 18 people and wounded 50 others. The blast occurred Saturday in the town of Dambulla, located about 150 kilometers north of the capital Colombo. The bus was carrying at least 100 passengers. Authorities initially said about 20 people have been killed in the attack. There has been no claim of responsibilities, but authorities say they suspect Tamil Tiger rebels.

Iraqi authorities have raised the death toll from Friday's suicide bombings in two popular Baghdad pet markets to 99, making it the deadliest day in the capital in several months. This boy was in a truck carrying a coffin of a blast victim. Authorities say the two blasts which occurred 20 minutes apart were carried out by two women strapped with the explosives set off by remote control. They say both of the women were mentally disabled. About 150 people were wounded in the twin attacks.

Kenya's government and main opposition party have agreed to take steps to try to end the post-election violence that kills some 850 people. The former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan said Friday the sides agreed on a framework for the talks he is leading in the Kenyan capital Nairobi. In Nairobi, the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called on Kenyans to stop the violence. "I am deeply concerned about this situation, and the number of deaths is just intolerable and unacceptable in modern world. This must stop." He urged Kenyan leaders to look past personal and partisan interests to resolve the bitter dispute over last month's presidential election.

Weather forecasters in China warn that more snow and sleet will spread across regions of the country already hard-hit by unusually severe winter weather. The National Meteorological Center in Beijing said late Friday most parts of southern China will receive moderate to heavy snowfall both Saturday and Sunday. At least 60 people have died from weather related causes, while millions are stranded in train stations, airports and ice-covered highways. More than a million people have been evacuated from their homes. And on Friday, the Chinese state media reported the transportation system was beginning to function again, but millions remain stranded because of the heaviest snowfall in decades.

Indonesia officials say flooding from torrential rains has killed 3 people in the capital of Jakarta, and left nearly 1,500 people homeless. Authorities say the rain stopped Saturday, but much of Jakarta remains flooded.

Pakistani authorities say three policemen were killed during a raid on a suspected Islamic militant hideout Saturday in the northwestern part of the country. The incident took place in the town of Mardan, located about 40 kilometers northeast of Peshawar, the capital of North West Frontier Province. A local police spokesman says the militants opened fire after they refused to surrender. At least one militant was killed in the shootout.

A top US diplomat has ended a three-day visit to North Korea without a complete list of Pyongyang's nuclear weapons programs. Sung Kim, the US State Department's top Korea expert, told reporters Saturday that he met with the North Korean Foreign Ministry officials and discussed issues related to that list.

I'm Peter McClaude, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.
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I'm Peter Macloud, from the VOA news center in Washington.

Rebels have entered Chad's capital N'Djamena and are battling against the army units near the presidential palace. This follows a one-week rebel offensive to topple the long-term president Idriss Deby. VOA's Nickol Columbet reports from our regional bureau in Dakar.

Military officials, rebels and international aid workers confirmed the fighting around the presidential palace. Clashes began earlier Saturday 20 kilometers outside the capital before engulfing the city center. Residents in N'Djamena say they heard increasingly intense heavy arms fire. They say rebels occupied the east and south of the capital and that there was fighting around the airport as well. An exiled rebel spokesman who's been in contact with rebels on the ground Makaila Nguebla says Chad's army has offered little resistance.

He says rebels from several groups who allied themselves for this offensive were able to cross Chad over the course of one week from their bases near Sudan and entered the capital in one day. The rebels say that if they take over they won't impose a transition rule for two years before organizing free and fair elections. Chad has had several coups since independence from France in 1960. Nickol Columbet, VOA news, Dakar.

Sri Lankan's military says an explosion on a civilian bus in the central part of the country has killed at least 18 people and wounded 50 others. The blast occurred Saturday in the town of Dambulla, located about 150 kilometers north of the capital Colombo. The bus was carrying at least 100 passengers. Authorities initially said about 20 people had been killed in the attack. There has been no claim of responsibilities, but authorities say they suspect Tamil Tiger rebels.

Iraqi authorities have raised the death toll from the Friday's suicide bombings in two popular Baghdad pet markets to 99, making it the deadliest day in the capital in several months. This voice was a truck carrying a coffin of a blast victim. Authorities say the two blasts which occurred 20 minutes apart were carried out by two women, strapped with explosives set off by remote control. They say both the women were mentally disabled. About 150 people were wounded in the twin attacks.

Kenya's government and main opposition party have agreed to take steps to try to end the post-election violence that killed some 850 people. The former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan said Friday the sides agreed on a framework for the talks that is leading the Kenyan capital Nairobi. In Nairobi, the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called on Kenyans to stop the violence.

I am deeply concerned about this situation and the number of deaths is just intolerable and unacceptable in modern world. This must stop.

He urged Kenyan leaders to look past personal and partisan interests to resolve the bitter dispute over the last moth's presidential election.

Weather forecasters in China warn that more snow and sleet will spread across regions of the country's already hard hit by an unusually severe winter weather. The National Meteorological Center in Beijing said late Friday most parts of southern China will receive moderate to heavy snow fall both Saturday and Sunday. At least 60 people died from weather-related causes while millions are stranded in train stations, airports and ice-covered highways. More than a million people have been evacuated from their homes. On Friday, the Chinese state media reported the transportation system was beginning to function again, but millions remained stranded because of the heaviest snowfall in decades.

Indonesian officials say flooding from torrential rain's killed 3 people in the capital of Jakarta and left nearly 1500 homeless. Authorities say the rain stopped Saturday but much of Jakarta remains flooded.

Pakistani authorities say three policemen were killed during a raid on a suspected Islamic militant hideout Saturday in the northwestern part of the country. The incident took place in the town of Mardan, located about 40 kilometer northeast of Peshawar, the capital of northwest frontier province. A local police spokesman says the militants opened fire after they refused to surrender. At least one militant was killed in that shootout.

A top US diplomat has ended a three-day visit to North Korea without a complete list of Pyongyang's nuclear weapons programs. Sung Kim, the US state department top Korean expert told reporters Saturday that he met with the North Korean foreign ministry officials and discussed issues related to that list.

I'm Peter Macloud, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

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Rebels have entered Chad’s capital Ndjamena in a battling against army units near the presidential palace. This follows a one week rebel offensive to topple the long term president Idriss Déby. Voa’s Nico colanben reports from our regional bureau in Dakar.
“Military officials, rivals and international aid workers confirmed the fighting around the presidential palace. Clashes began early Saturday 20 kilometers outside the capital before engulfing the city center. Residents in Ndjamena say they heard increasingly intense heavy arms fire, they say rivals occupied the east and south of the capital and that there was fighting around the airport as well. An exiled rebel spokesman who has been contact with the rebels on the ground, Merkeilo engeibo says Chad’s army has offered little resistance. He says rivals from several groups who allied themselves for this offensive able to cross Chad over the course one week from their base near Sudan and enter the capital in one day. The rivals say that if they take over they will impose transition role for two years before organizing free and fair elections. Chad has had several coups since independence from France in 1960.
Nico colanben, Voa news, Dakar.

Sri Lanka’s military says an explosion on a civilian bus in central part of the country has killed at least 18 people and wounded 15 others. The blast occurred Saturday in the town of Dabular located about 150 kilometers north the capital, Colombo. The bus was carrying at least 100 passengers, authorities initially said about 20 people had being killed in the attack, there has been no claim responsibilities, but authorities say they suspect Tamil Tiger rebels.

Iraqi authorities have raised death toll from Friday suicide bombings in two popular Baghdad pet markets to 99, making it the deadest in the capital in several months (cry...). This boy was in a truck carrying a coffin of blast victim. Authorities say the two blasts which occur 20 minutes apart were carried out by two women strapped with explosive set off by remote control, they say both of the women were mentally disabled, about 150 people were wounded in the twin attacks.

Kenya’s government and main opposition party have agreed to take steps to try to end the post-election violence that killed some 850 people. The former United Nations secretary general, Kofi Annan said Friday the sides agreed a frame work for the talks he is leading in the Kenya capital, Nairobi. In Nairobi, the United Nations secretary general, Ban Ki-moo called on Kenyans to stop the violence (I am deeply concerned about this situation, and the number of deaths is just intolerable and unacceptable in modern world.This must stop!). He urged Kenya leader to look past personal and partisan interests to resolve the bitter dispute of last month presidential election.

Weather forecast in China warn more snow and sleet will spread across regions of the country already hard hit by unusually severe winter weather. The National Meteorological Center in Beijing said late Friday, most parts of southern China will receive moderate to heavy snow fall both Saturday and Sunday, at least 60 people have died from weather related causes while million are stranded in train stations, airports and ice-covered highways, more than million people are evacuated from their homes, and on Friday the Chinese state media reported the transportation system was beginning to function again but million are remain stranded because of the heaviest snowfall in decades.

Indonesia official say flooding from torrential rain has killed 3 people in the capital, Djakarta, and left nearly 1500 people homeless. Authorities say the rain stopped Saturday, but much of Djakarta remains flooded.

Pakistan authorities say 3 police men were killed during a raid on a suspected Islamic military hideout Saturday in the northwestern part of the country, the incident took place in the town Marton located about 40 kilometers northeastern Peshawar, the capital of north west frontier province. A local police spokesman said the militancy open fire after they refused to surrender, at least one militant was killed in the shootout.

A top US diplomat has ended a three day visit to North Korea without a complete list of Pyongyang's nuclear weapons programs. Sung Kim, a US state department top nuclear expert told reporters Saturday that he met with North Korean foreign ministry officials and discussed issues related to that list.

I'm Perter Miclock, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.
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I'm Peter Macloud, from the VOA news center in Washington.

Rebels have entered Chad's capital N'Djamena and are battling against the army units near the presidential palace. This follows a one-week rebel offensive to topple the long-term president Idriss Deby. VOA's Nickol Columbet reports from our regional bureau in Dakar.

Military officials, rebels and international aid workers confirmed the fighting around the presidential palace. Clashes began earlier Saturday 20 kilometers outside the capital before engulfing the city center. Residents in N'Djamena say they heard increasingly intense heavy arms fire. They say rebels occupied the east and south of the capital and that there was fighting around the airport as well. An exiled rebel spokesman who's been in contact with rebels on the ground Makaila Nguebla says Chad's army has offered little resistance.

He says rebels from several groups who allied themselves for this offensive were able to cross Chad over the course of one week from their bases near Sudan and entered the capital in one day. The rebels say that if they take over they won't impose / transition rule for two years before organizing free and fair elections. Chad has had several coups since independence from France in 1960. Nickol Columbet, VOA news, Dakar.

Sri Lankan's military says an explosion on a civilian bus in the central part of the country has killed at least 18 people and wounded 50 others. The blast occurred Saturday in the town of Dambulla, located about 150 kilometers north of the capital Colombo. The bus was carrying at least 100 passengers. Authorities initially said about 20 people had been killed in the attack. There has been no claim of responsibilities, but authorities say they suspect Tamil Tiger rebels.

Iraqi authorities have raised the death toll from the Friday's suicide bombings in two popular Baghdad pet markets to 99, making it the deadliest day in the capital in several months. This boy was in a truck carrying a coffin of a blast victim. Authorities say the two blasts which occurred 20 minutes apart were carried out by two women, strapped with explosives set off by remote control. They say both of the women were mentally disabled. About 150 people were wounded in the twin attacks.

Kenya's government and main opposition party have agreed to take steps to try to end the post-election violence that's killed some 850 people. The former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan said Friday the sides agreed on a framework for the talks he's leading in the Kenyan capital Nairobi. In Nairobi, the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called on Kenyans to stop the violence.

I am deeply concerned about this situation and the number of deaths is just intolerable and unacceptable in modern world. This must stop.

He urged Kenyan leaders to look past personal and partisan interests to resolve the bitter dispute over the last month's presidential election.

Weather forecasters in China warn that more snow and sleet will spread across regions of the country already hard-hit by / unusually severe winter weather. The National Meteorological Center in Beijing said late Friday most parts of southern China will receive moderately heavy snow fall both Saturday and Sunday. At least 60 people have died from weather-related causes while millions are stranded in train stations, airports and ice-covered highways. More than a million people have been evacuated from their homes. And on Friday, the Chinese state media reported the transportation system was beginning to function again, but millions remained stranded because of the heaviest snowfall in decades.

Indonesia officials say flooding from torrential rains has killed 3 people in the capital of Jakarta and left nearly 1500 homeless. Authorities say the rain stopped Saturday but much of Jakarta remains flooded.

Pakistani authorities say three policemen were killed during a raid on a suspected Islamic militant hideout Saturday in the northwestern part of the country. The incident took place in the town of Mardan, located about 40 kilometer northeast of Peshawar, the capital of North West frontier province. A local police spokesman says the militants opened fire after they refused to surrender. At least one militant was killed in the shootout.

A top U.S. diplomat has ended a three-day visit to North Korea without a complete list of Pyongyang's nuclear weapons programs. Sung Kim, the U.S. State Department's top Korea expert, told reporters Saturday that he met with / North Korean Foreign Ministry officials and discussed issues related to that list.

I'm Peter Macloud, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.
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I'm Peter Macleod from the VOA News Center in Washington.

Rebels have entered Chad's capital N'Djamena and are battling against army units near the presidential palace. This follows a one-week rebel offensive to topple the long-term President Idriss Deby. VOA's Nico Colombant reports from our regional bureau in Dakar.

Military officials, rebels and international aid workers confirmed the fighting around the presidential palace. Clashes began earlier Saturday 20 kilometers outside the capital before engulfing the city center. Residents in N'Djamena say they heard increasingly intense heavy arms fire. They say rebels occupied the east and south of the capital and that there was fighting around the airport as well. An exiled rebel spokesman who's been in contact with rebels on the ground Makaila Nguebla says Chad's army has offered little resistance.

He says rebels from several groups who allied themselves for this offensive were able to cross Chad over the course of one week from their bases near Sudan and entered the capital in one day. The rebels say that if they take over they won't impose transition rules for two years before organizing free and fair elections. Chad has had several coups since independence from France in 1960. Nico Colombant, VOA News, Dakar.

Sri Lanka's military says an explosion on a civilian bus in the central part of the country has killed at least 18 people and wounded 50 others. The blast occurred Saturday in the town of Dambulla, located about 150 kilometers north of the capital Colombo. The bus was carrying at least 100 passengers. Authorities initially said about 20 people had been killed in the attack. There has been no claim of responsibilities, but authorities say they suspect Tamil Tiger rebels.

Iraqi authorities have raised the death toll from the Friday's suicide bombings in two popular Baghdad pet markets to 99, making it the deadliest day in the capital in several months. This boy was in a truck carrying a coffin of a blast victim. Authorities say the two blasts which occurred 20 minutes apart were carried out by two women, strapped with explosives set off by remote control. They say both of the women were mentally disabled. About 150 people were wounded in the twin attacks.

Kenya's government and main opposition party have agreed to take steps to try to end the post-election violence that's killed some 850 people. The former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan said Friday the sides agreed on a framework for the talks he's leading in the Kenyan capital Nairobi. In Nairobi, the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called on Kenyans to stop the violence.

I am deeply concerned about this situation and the number of deaths is just intolerable and unacceptable in modern world. This must stop.

He urged Kenyan leaders to look past personal and partisan interests to resolve the bitter dispute over the last month's presidential election.

Weather forecasters in China warn that more snow and sleet will spread across regions of the country already hard-hit by unusually severe winter weather. The National Meteorological Center in Beijing said late Friday most parts of southern China will receive moderately heavy snow fall both Saturday and Sunday. At least 60 people have died from weather-related causes while millions are stranded in train stations, airports and ice-covered highways. More than a million people have been evacuated from their homes. And on Friday, the Chinese state media reported the transportation system was beginning to function again, but millions remained stranded because of the heaviest snowfall in decades.

Indonesia officials say flooding from torrential rains has killed 3 people in the capital of Jakarta and left nearly 1, 500 homeless. Authorities say the rain stopped Saturday but much of Jakarta remains flooded.

Pakistani authorities say three policemen were killed during a raid on a suspected Islamic militant hideout Saturday in the northwestern part of the country. The incident took place in the town of Mardan, located about 40 kilometer northeast of Peshawar, the capital of North West Frontier Province. A local police spokesman says the militants opened fire after they refused to surrender. At least one militant was killed in the shootout.

A top U. S. diplomat has ended a three-day visit to North Korea without a complete list of Pyongyang's nuclear weapons programs. Sung Kim, the U. S. State Department's top Korea expert, told reporters Saturday that he met with the North Korean Foreign Ministry officials and discussed issues related to that list.

I'm Peter Macleod, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.
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