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And so we come now to 15:30 Universal Time.

[1] At the top of this hour's news fighting between government and rebel forces in Chad has worsened near the presidential home in the capital, N'Djamena. President Idriss Deby is trapped inside the palace. A French official says he has refused an offer to be removed. Witnesses near the palace report hearing gun shots along with heavy weapons and anti-tank fire. They say they cannot tell who is in control of the city. Rebel forces say they have surrounded the palace and want to give Mr. Deby a chance to leave. Chad officials say the president is still in charge. Rebel leaders also are denying a news report that they have accepted a ceasefire agreement proposed by Libya's leader Muammar al-Qaddafi.

[2] Two earthquakes have shaken Rwanda and neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo. At least 28 people are dead, hundreds more are wounded. The earthquakes on Sunday morning were centered in the Rift Valley along the Rwanda Congolese border. Rwandan officials say at least 23 people were killed and more than 400 wounded in the country's southwest. Officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo say at least five people were killed in the Bukavu area of South Kivu province.

[3] A bomb explosion in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu, has killed at least eight people. At least five others were wounded. Witnesses say most of the victims were women. Thousands of Somali civilians have died since 2006 in fighting between Islamic rebels and Somali troops supported by Ethiopian soldiers. Somalia has been without an effective central government since 1991.

[4] Serbians are voting in the final part of a close presidential election. Voters are choosing President Boris Tadic and candidate Tomislav Nikolic. Mr. Tadic has promised economic growth and stronger ties with Western countries. Mr. Nikolic supports closer relations with Russia. Both candidates oppose independence for Kosovo province. Mr. Nikolic won 40% of the votes in the first presidential election last month. President Tadic won 35%. Pre-election studies show that Mr. Tadic holds a small lead in the second and final presidential election. But Serbian political experts say the competition is too close to call .

[5] Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak says he will not resign because of a report critical of Israel's behaviour in the war with Lebanon. There have been reports said Mr. Barak might withdraw his Labour Party from the governing coliation. The move would have left the coalition short of a majority in the Israeli parliament. A report released last week said Israel's 2006 war with Hezbollah in Lebanon was a serious failure. The head of the report committee said investigators found failures in Israel's political and military leadership.

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

[1]. At the top of this hour's news fighting between government and rebel forces in Chad was worsened near the presidential home in the Capital N'Djamena. President Idriss Deby is trapped inside the palace. A French official says he has refused an offer to be removed. Witnesses near the palace report hearing gun shots along with heavy weapons and anti-tank fire. They say they cannot tell who is in control of the city. Rebel forces say they have surrounded the palace and want to give Mr. Deby a chance to leave. Chad officials say the president is still in charge. Rebel leaders also are denying a news report that they have accepted a ceasefire agreement proposed by Libya's leader Muammar al-Qaddafi.

[2]. Two earthquakes have shaken Rwanda and the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo . At least 28 people are dead , hundreds more are wounded. The earthquakes on Sunday morning were centered in the Rift valley along the Rwanda Congolese border . Rwandan officials say at least 23 people were killed and more than 400 wounded in the country's southwest. Officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo say at least 5 people were killed in the Bukavu area of south Kivuprovince.

[3]. A bomb explosion in Somalia's capital of Mogadishu has killed at least eight people, at least five others were wounded,. Witnesses say most of the victims were women. Thousands of Somali civilians have died since 2006 in fighting between Islamic rebels and Somali troops supported by Ethiopian soldiers. Somalia has been without an effective central government since 1991.

[4]. Serbians are voting in the final part of close presidential election. Voters are choosing president Boris Tadic and candidate Tomislav Nikolic. Mr Tadic has promised economic growth and stronger ties with western countries. Mr Nikolic supports closer relations with Russia. Both candidates oppose independence for Kosovo province. Mr Nikolic won 47% of the votes in the first presidential election last month. President Tadich won 35%. Pre-election studies show that Mr Tadic holds a small lead in the second and final presidential election. But Serbian political experts say the competition is too close to call .

[5]. Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak says he will not resign because of a report critical of Israel's behaviour in the war with Lebanon. There was a report that Mr Barak might withdraw his Labour Party from the governing coliation. The move would have left the coalition short of the majority in the Israeli parliament. A report released last week said Israel's 2006 war with Hezbollah in Lebanon was a serious failure . The head of the report committee said investigators found failures in Israel's political and military leadership.


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Two earthquakes have shaken Rwanda the neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo. At least twenty eight dead and hundreds more wounded. The earthquakes on Sunday's morning were centered in the rift valley, along the Rwanda and Congolese border. Rwanda official said at least twenty three people were killed and more than four hundred wounded in the countries south west. Officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo say at least five people were killed in the B* area of south K* province.
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And so we come now to 15:30 Universal Time.

[1]. At the top of this hour's news fighting between government and rebel forces in Chad has worsened near the presidential home in the Capital N'Djamena. President Idriss Deby is trapped inside the palace. A French official says he has refused an offer to be removed. Witnesses near the palace report hearing gun shots along with heavy weapons and anti-tank fire. They say they cannot tell who is in control of the city. Rebel forces say they have surrounded the palace and want to give Mr. Deby a chance to leave. Chad officials say the president is still in charge. Rebel leaders also are denying a news report that they have accepted a ceasefire agreement proposed by Libya's leader Muammar al-Qaddafi.

[2]. Two earthquakes have shaken Rwanda and the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo . At least 28 people are dead , hundreds more are wounded. The earthquakes on Sunday morning were centered in the Rift valley along the Rwanda Congolese border . Rwandan officials say at least 23 people were killed and more than 400 wounded in the country's southwest. Officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo say at least 5 people were killed in the Bukavu area of south Kivuprovince.

[3]. A bomb explosion in Somalia's capital of Mogadishu has killed at least eight people, at least five others were wounded,. Witnesses say most of the victims were women. Thousands of Somali civilians have died since 2006 in fighting between Islamic rebels and Somali troops supported by Ethiopian soldiers. Somalia has been without an effective central government since 1991.

[4]. Serbians are voting in the final part of a close presidential election. Voters are choosing president Boris Tadic and candidate Tomislav Nikolic. Mr Tadic has promised economic growth and stronger ties with western countries. Mr Nikolic supports closer relations with Russia. Both candidates oppose independence for Kosovo province. Mr Nikolic won 40% of the votes in the first presidential election last month. President Tadich won 35%. Pre-election studies show that Mr Tadic holds a small lead in the second and final presidential election. But Serbian political experts say the competition is too close to call .

[5]. Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak says he will not resign because of a report critical of Israel's behaviour in the war with Lebanon. There have been reports that Mr Barak might withdraw his Labour Party from the governing coliation. The move would have left the coalition short of a majority in the Israeli parliament. A report released last week said Israel's 2006 war with Hezbollah in Lebanon was a serious failure . The head of the report committee said investigators found failures in Israel's political and military leadership.


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And so we come now to 15:30 Universal Time.

[1] At the top of this hour's news fighting between government and rebel forces in Chad has worsened near the presidential home in the capital, N'Djamena. President Idriss Deby is trapped inside the palace. A French official says he has refused an offer to be removed. Witnesses near the palace report hearing gun shots along with heavy weapons and anti-tank fire. They say they cannot tell who is in control of the city. Rebel forces say they have surrounded the palace and want to give Mr. Deby a chance to leave. Chad officials say the president is still in charge. Rebel leaders also are denying a news report that they have accepted a ceasefire agreement proposed by Libya's leader Muammar al-Qaddafi.

[2] Two earthquakes have shaken Rwanda and / neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo. At least 28 people are dead, hundreds more are wounded. The earthquakes on Sunday morning were centered in the Rift Valley along the Rwanda Congolese border. Rwandan officials say at least 23 people were killed and more than 400 wounded in the country's southwest. Officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo say at least five people were killed in the Bukavu area of South Kivu province.

[3] A bomb explosion in Somalia's capital /, Mogadishu, has killed at least eight people. At least five others were wounded. Witnesses say most of the victims were women. Thousands of Somali civilians have died since 2006 in fighting between Islamic rebels and Somali troops supported by Ethiopian soldiers. Somalia has been without an effective central government since 1991.

[4] Serbians are voting in the final part of a close presidential election. Voters are choosing President Boris Tadic and candidate Tomislav Nikolic. Mr. Tadic has promised economic growth and stronger ties with Western countries. Mr. Nikolic supports closer relations with Russia. Both candidates oppose independence for Kosovo province. Mr. Nikolic won 40% of the votes in the first presidential election last month. President Tadic won 35%. Pre-election studies show that Mr. Tadic holds a small lead in the second and final presidential election. But Serbian political experts say the competition is too close to call .

[5] Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak says he will not resign because of a report critical of Israel's behaviour in the war with Lebanon. There have been reports said Mr. Barak might withdraw his Labour Party from the governing coliation. The move would have left the coalition short of a majority in the Israeli parliament. A report released last week said Israel's 2006 war with Hezbollah in Lebanon was a serious failure. The head of the report committee said investigators found failures in Israel's political and military leadership.

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So we come now to 1530 universal news.

[1] At the top of this hour's news, fighting between govenment and rebel forces in Chad has worsened near the presidential home in the capital. President is trapped inside the palace. A French official says he has refused an offer to be removed. Witnesses say near the palace report report hearing gunshots along with heavy weapons and anti-tanker fire. They cannot tell who is in control of the city. Rebel forces say they have surrounded the palace and want to give D a chance to leave. Chad officials say president is still in charge. Rebel leaders are also denying a news report that they have accepted a ceasefire agreement proposed by Liberiz leader.

[2] Two earthquakes have shaken Luwander and Neighboring democratic republic of Congo. At least 28 people are died, hundreds more are wounded. The earthquakes are on Sunday morning were centered in the Rift valley along the R C border. Rwandan officials say at least 23 people were killed and more than 400 wounded in the country's southwest. Officials in the democratic republic of corngo say at least 5 people were killed in the B area of south K.

[3] A bomb explosion in S capital has killed at least 8 people, at least five others were wounded. Witnesses say most of the victims were women. Thousands of S civilian have died since 2006 in fighting between Islamic rebels and S troops supported by Ethiopian soldiers. Somalia has been without an effective central govenment since 1991.

[4] S are voting in the final part of a close presidential election. voters are choosing between president B and candidate . Mr. T has promised economic growth and stronger ties with western countrys. Mr. supposes relations with Russia. Both candidates oppose independence for K province. Mr. won 40% of the votes in the first presidential election last month. President T won 35%. Pre-election studis show that Mr. T holds a small lead in the second and final presidential election. But Serbian political experts say the competition is too close to call.

[5] Israeli Defense minister says he will not resign because of a report critical of Israel's behaviour in the war with Lebanon. There have been reports said Mr. might withdrew his labor party from the governing coalition. The move would have left the coalition short of a majority in Israeli parliment. A report released last week said Israeli's 2006 war with H in Lebanon was a serious failure. The head of the report committee said investigators found failures in Israeli's political and military leadership.

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