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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

[1] Heavy fighting has broken out in Chad between rebels and government forces inside the country's capital, N'Djamena. Witnesses say rebels entered the capital early Saturday. They have been battling army troops near the home of the president. An exiled rebel spokesman reported that Chad's army gave little resistance to the rebels. The rebels began their move into the capital from bases in western Sudan on Monday. The rebels say they aim to overthrow President Idriss Deby if he refuses to accept a power sharing agreement.

[2] Police in Kenya say at least 14 people have died in clashes in the Rift Valley area since Friday. Officials also report that a group of people burnt down a religious center in the western town of Eldoret. The violence continues even though former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan announced a political agreement Friday. He said President Mwai Kibaki's government and the opposition have agreed on a plan for talks to end the crisis. Mr. Annan said the two sides would discuss how to end violence and provide humanitarian aid. They will also discuss ending the political crisis. He said the two sides believe they can meet these goals within 15 days.

[3] The Sri Lankan military says an explosion on a civilian bus in a central part of the country has killed at least 18 people. Fifty others were wounded. The explosion took place Saturday in the town of Dambulla. The bus was carrying at least 100 passengers to the northern city of Anuradhapura to attend a religious ceremony. Officials suspect Tamil Tiger rebels planned the attack. There has been no claim of responsibility.

[4] Iraqi officials say two explosions on Friday have killed 99 people. This makes it the deadliest day in the capital in several months. Around 150 people were also wounded. Officials say the attacks were carried out by two mentally disabled women wearing explosives. The explosives were set off by another person using a remote control device. The American military says al-Qaeda in Iraq was responsible for the bombings.

[5] Officials in Pakistan say two police officers and three militants were killed Saturday during a gunbattle in the northwest part of the country. The battle took place at a house in the town of Multan as police raided a suspected militant hideout. Police say the militants refused to surrender. The militants threw small explosives and fired rockets. The raid comes one day after a suicide bomber killed five Pakistani soldiers. The attacker drove a car carrying bombs into a military checkpoint in the North Waziristan area. Violence has increased in northwestern Pakistan during the past year as pro-Taliban and al-Qaeda forces gather in the area. The militants have planned several attacks on Pakistani security forces.

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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

[1] Heavy fighting has broken out between rebels and government forces inside the country's capital, Ndjamena. Witnesses say rebels entered the capital early Saturday. They have been battling army troops near the home of president. An exiled rebel spokesman reported that Chad's army gave little resistance to the rebels. The rebels began their move into the capital from bases in western Sudan on Monday. The rebels say they aim to overthrow President Idriss Deby if he refuses to accept a power sharing agreement.

[2] Police in Kenya say at least 14 people have died in clashes in the Rift Valley area since Friday. Officials also report that a group of people burnt down a religious center in the western town of Eldoret. The violence continues even though former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan announced a political agreement Friday. He said President Mwai Kibaki's government and the opposition have agreed on a plan for talks to end the crisis. Mr. Annan says the two sides would discuss how to end violence and provide humanitarian aid. They will also discuss ending the political crisis. He said the two side believe they can meet these goals within 15 days.

[3] The Sri Lankan military says an explosion on a civilian bus in a central part of the country has killed at least 18 people. Fifty others were wounded. The explosion took place Saturday in the town Dambulla. The bus was carrying at least 100 passengers to the northern city of Anuradhapura to attend a religious ceremony. Officials suspect Tamil Tiger rebels plan the attack. There has been no claim of responsibility.

[4] Iraqi officials say two explosions on Friday have killed 99 people. This may * the deadliest day in the capital in several months. Around 150 people were also wounded. Officials say the attacks were carried out by two mentally disable women wearing explosives. The explosives were set off by another person using a remodel control device. The American military says al-Qaeda in Iraq was responsible for the bombings.

[5] Officials in Pakistan say two police officers and three militants were killed Saturday during a gunbattle in the northwest part of the country. The battle took place at a house in the town of Multan as police raided a suspected militant hide out. Police say the militants refused to surrender. The militants threw small explosives and fire rockets. The raid comes one day after a suicide bomber killed five Pakistani soldiers. The attacker drove a car carrying bombs into a military checkpoint in the North Waziristan area. Violence has increased in northwestern Pakistan during the past year as pro-Taliban and al-Qaeda forces gather in the area. The militants have planned several attacks on Pakistani security forces.

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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

[1] Heavy fighting has broken out in Chad between rebels and government forces inside the country's capital, N'Djamena. Witnesses say rebels entered the capital early Saturday. They have been battling army troops near the home of the president. An exiled rebel spokesman reported that Chad's army gave little resistance to the rebels. The rebels began their move into the capital from bases in western Sudan on Monday. The rebels say they aim to overthrow President Idriss Deby if he refuses to accept a power sharing agreement.

[2] Police in Kenya say at least 14 people have died in clashes in the Rift Valley area since Friday. Officials also report that a group of people burnt down a religious center in the western town of Eldoret. The violence continues even though former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan announced a political agreement Friday. He said President Mwai Kibaki's government and the opposition have agreed on a plan for talks to end the crisis. Mr. Annan said the two sides would discuss how to end violence and provide humanitarian aid. They will also discuss ending the political crisis. He said the two sides believe they can meet these goals within 15 days.

[3] The Sri Lankan military says an explosion on a civilian bus in a central part of the country has killed at least 18 people. Fifty others were wounded. The explosion took place Saturday in the town Dambulla. The bus was carrying at least 100 passengers to the northern city of Anuradhapura to attend a religious ceremony. Officials suspect Tamil Tiger rebels planed the attack. There has been no claim of responsibility.

[4] Iraqi officials say two explosions on Friday have killed 99 people. This makes it the deadliest day in the capital in several months. Around 150 people were also wounded. Officials say the attacks were carried out by two mentally disabled women wearing explosives. The explosives were set off by another person using a remodel control device. The American military says al-Qaeda in Iraq was responsible for the bombings.

[5] Officials in Pakistan say two police officers and three militants were killed Saturday during a gunbattle in the northwest part of the country. The battle took place at a house in the town of Multan as police raided a suspected militant hide out. Police say the militants refused to surrender. The militants threw small explosives and fired rockets. The raid comes one day after a suicide bomber killed five Pakistani soldiers. The attacker drove a car carrying bombs into a military checkpoint in the North Waziristan area. Violence has increased in northwestern Pakistan during the past year as pro-Taliban and al-Qaeda forces gather in the area. The militants have planned several attacks on Pakistani security forces.

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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

[1]. Heavy fighting has broken out in Chad between rebels and government forces inside the country's capital N'djamena. Witnesses say rebels entered the capital early Saturday. There have been battling army troops near the home of the president. An exiled rebel spokesman reported that Chad's army gave little resistance to the rebels. The rebels began their move into the capital from bases in western Sudan on Monday . The rebels say they aim to overthrow President Idriss Deby if he refuses to accept a power sharing agreement.

[2]. Police in Kenya say at least 14 people have died in clashes in the Rift Valley area since Friday. Officials also report that a group of people burned down a religious center in the western town of Eldoret . The violence continues even though former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan announced a political agreement Friday. He said President Mwai Kibaki's government and the opposition have agreed on a plan for talks to end the crisis. Mr Annan said the two sides would discuss how to end the violence and provide humanitarian aid. They will also discuss ending the political crisis. He said the two sides believe they can meet these goals within 15 days.

[3]. The Sri Lankan military says an explosion on a civilian bus in the central part of the country has killed at least 18 people. 50 others were wounded. The explosion took place Saturday in the town of Dambulla . The bus was carrying at least 100 passengers to the northern city of Anuradhapura to attend the religious ceremony. Officials suspect Tamil Tiger rebels planned the attack. There has been no claim of the responsibility.

[4]. Iraqi officials say explosions on Friday had killed 99 people . This makes it the deadliest day in capital in several months. Around 150 people were also wounded. Officials say the attacks were carried out two mentally disabled women wearing explosives. The explosives were set off by another person using a remote control device. The American military says Al Qaeda in Iraq was responsible for the bombings.

[5]. Officials in Pakistan say two police officers and three militants were killed Saturday during a gunbattle in the northwest part of the country. The battle took place at a house in the town of Mardan as police raided a suspected militant hideout . Police say the militants refused to surrender. The militants threw small explosives and fired rockets. The raid comes one day after a suicide bomber killed five Pakistani soldiers. The attacker drove a car carrying bombs into a military checkpoint in the north Waziristan area. Violence has increased in northwestern Pakistan during the past year as pro-Taliban and Al Qaeda forces gather in the area. The militants have planned several attacks on Pakistani security forces.

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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

[1] Heavy fighting has broken out in Chad between rebels and government forces inside the country's capital, N'Djamena. Witnesses say rebels entered the capital early Saturday. They have been battling army troops near the home of the president. An exiled rebel spokesman reported that Chad's army gave little resistance to the rebels. The rebels began their move into the capital from bases in western Sudan on Monday. The rebels say they aim to overthrow President Idriss Deby if he refuses to accept a power sharing agreement.

[2] Police in Kenya say at least 14 people have died in clashes in the Rift Valley area since Friday. Officials also report that a group of people burnt down a religious center in the western town of Eldoret. The violence continues even though former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan announced a political agreement Friday. He said President Mwai Kibaki's government and the opposition have agreed on a plan for talks to end the crisis. Mr. Annan said the two sides would discuss how to end violence and provide humanitarian aid. They will also discuss ending the political crisis. He said the two sides believe they can meet these goals within 15 days.

[3] The Sri Lankan military says an explosion on a civilian bus in a central part of the country has killed at least 18 people. Fifty others were wounded. The explosion took place Saturday in the town of Dambulla. The bus was carrying at least 100 passengers to the northern city of Anuradhapura to attend a religious ceremony. Officials suspect Tamil Tiger rebels planned the attack. There has been no claim of responsibility.

[4] Iraqi officials say two explosions on Friday have killed 99 people. This makes it the deadliest day in the capital in several months. Around 150 people were also wounded. Officials say the attacks were carried out by two mentally disabled women wearing explosives. The explosives were set off by another person using a remote control device. The American military says al-Qaeda in Iraq was responsible for the bombings.

[5] Officials in Pakistan say two police officers and three militants were killed Saturday during a gunbattle in the northwest part of the country. The battle took place at a house in the town of Multan as police raided a suspected militant hideout. Police say the militants refused to surrender. The militants threw small explosives and fired rockets. The raid comes one day after a suicide bomber killed five Pakistani soldiers. The attacker drove a car carrying bombs into a military checkpoint in the North Waziristan area. Violence has increased in northwestern Pakistan during the past year as pro-Taliban and al-Qaeda forces gather in the area. The militants have planned several attacks on Pakistani security forces.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.
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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

[1] Heavy fighting has broken out in Chad between rebels and government forces inside the country's capital Ndjamena. Witnesses say rebels entered the capital early Saturday. They have been battling army troops near the home of the president. An exiled rebel spokesman reported that Chad's army gave little resistance to the rebels. The rebels began their move into the capital from bases in western Sudan on Monday. The rebels say they aim to overthrow President Idriss Deby if he refuses to accept a power sharing agreement.

[2] Police in Kenya say at least 14 people have died in clashes in the Rift Valley area since Friday. Officials also report that a group of people burned down a religious center in the western town of Eldoret. The violence continues even though former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan announced a political agreement Friday. He said President Mwai Kibaki's government and the opposition have agreed on a plan for talks to end the crisis. Mr. Annan said the two sides would discuss how to end violence and provide humanitarian aid. They will also discuss ending the political crisis. He said the two sides believe they can meet these goals within 15 days.

[3] The Sri Lankan military says an explosion on a civilian bus in the central part of the country has killed at least 18 people. Fifty others were wounded. The explosion took place Saturday in the town of Dambulla. The bus was carrying at least 100 passengers to the northern city of Anuradhapura to attend a religious ceremony. Officials suspect Tamil Tiger rebels planned the attack. There has been no claim of responsibility.

[4] Iraqi officials say two explosions on Friday have killed 99 people. This makes it the deadliest day in the capital in several months. Around 150 people were also wounded. Officials say the attacks were carried out by two mentally disabled women wearing explosives. The explosives were set off by another person using a remote control device. The American military says al-Qaeda in Iraq was responsible for the bombings.

[5] Officials in Pakistan say two police officers and three militants were killed Saturday during a gunbattle in the northwest part of the country. The battle took place at a house in the town of Multan as police raided a suspected militant hideout. Police say the militants refused to surrender. The militants threw small explosives and fired rockets. The raid comes one day after a suicide bomber killed five Pakistani soldiers. The attacker drove a car carrying bombs into a military checkpoint in the North Waziristan area. Violence has increased in northwestern Pakistan during the past year as pro-Taliban and al-Qaeda forces gather in the area. The militants have planned several attacks on Pakistani security forces.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.
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It is 1530 universal time. I'm steve ember in Washington.

[1] Heavy fighting has broken out in Chad between rebels and govenmental forces inside the country's capital A. Witnesses say rebels entered the capital early Saturday. They have been battling army troops near the home of president. An exiled rebel spokesman said Chad's army gave little resistance to the rebels. The rebels began their move into the capital from bases in western Sudan on Monday. The rebels say they aim to overthrow president if they refuses to accept a power sharing agreement.

[2] Police in Kenya say at least 14 people have died in clashes in the Rift Valley area since Friday. Officials also report that a group of people burnt down religious center in the western town. The violence continues ever though former UN Secretary Genearl Kofi Annan announced an political agreement Friday. He said president's govenment and the opposion have agreed on a plan for talks to end crisis. Mr. Annan said two sides would discuss how to end violence and provide humanitarian aid. They will also discussed ending the political crisis. He said the two sides believe they can meet these goals within 15 days.

[3] The sri Lankan military says an explosion on a civilian bus in the central part of the country has killed at least 18 people, 50 others were wounded. The explosion took place Saturday in the town. The bus was carrying at least 100 passenges to the northern city to attend a religious ceremony. Officials suspecte T planed the attack. There has no been claim of responsibility.

[4] Iraqi officials say two explosions on Friday have killed 99 people. This makes it the deadliest day in the capital in several month. Around 150 people were also wounded. Officials say the attacks were carried out by two mentally disabled women wearing explosives. The explosives were set off by another person using a remote control device. The American military says al-Qeada in Iraqi was responsible for the bombing.

[5] Officials in Pakistan say two police officers and three militants were killed Saturday during a gun battle in the northwestern part of the country. The battle took place at a house in the town as police raided a suspected militant hideout. Police say the militants refused to surrender. the militants threw small explosives and fired rockets. the raid comes one day after a suicide bomber killed 5 Pakistani soldiers. The attacker drove a car carrying bombs into a military checkpoint in the north W area. Violence has increased in northwestern in Pakistan during the past year as pro Taliban and al-Qeada forces gather in the area. The militants have planned several attacks on Pakistani secruity forces.

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It is 15:30 Univetsal Time, I'm Steve Ember in Washington.

Heavy fighting has broken out in Chad between rebels and government forces inside the country's capital E***. Witnesses say rebels entered the capital early Saturday. They have been battling army troops near the home of the president. An exiled rebel spokesman reported that Chad's army gave little resistance to the rebels. The rebels began their move into the capital from bases in Western Sudan on Monday. The rebels say they aim to overthrow president *** if he refuses to accept a power sharing agreement.

Police in Kenya say at least 14 people have died in clashes in the Rift Valley area since Friday. Officials also report that a group of people burned down at a religious centre in the Western town of ***. The violence continues even though former United Nations Secretary General Ko* Annan announced a political agreement Friday.He said President ***'s government and the opposition have agreed on a plan for talks to end the crisis. Mr.Anan said the two sides would discuss how to end violence and provide humanitarian aid. They would also discuss ending the political crisis. He said the two sides believe they can meet these goals within 15 days.

The Sri Lanka military says an explosion on a civilian bus in the centre part of the country has killed at least 18 people.50 others were wounded. The explosion took place Saturday in the town of ***. The bus was carrying at least 100 passengers to the Northern city of ** to attend a religious ceremony. Officials suspect T** Tiger rebels plan the attack. There has been no claims of responsibility.

Iraqi offcials say two explosions on Friday have killed 99 people. This makes it that deadliest day in the capital in several months. Around 150 people were also wounded. Officials say the attacks were carried out by two mentaly disabled women wearing explosives. The explosives were set off by another person using a remote control device. The American military says al-Qeada in Iraq was responsible for the bombings.

Officials in Pakistan says two police officials and three militants were killed Saturday during a gun battle in the Northwestern part of the country. The battle took place at a house in the town of M***, as police raided it as a suspected militant hideout. Police say the militants refused to surrender. The militants threw small explosives and fired rockets. The raid comes one day after a suicide bomber killed five Pakistani soldiers. The attacker drove a car carrying bombs into a military check point in the North W**stan area. Violence has increased in Northwestern Pakistan during the past year as Pro-Taligan add al-Qeada forces in the area. The militants have planed several attacks on the Pakistani security forces.

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