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

Rebels in Chad says they have purposely pulled out of N'djamena, while the government says it has crashed the rebellion and fully controls the capital city. Rebel leaders said today they deliberately withdrew to the outskirts of the city to give civilians a chance to escape. Witnesses say thousands of people have fled the country, crossing the Chari River into Cameroon. The United Nations Security Council plans to cotinue emergency talks today on the situation in Chad. Meanwhile the French military says it has airlifted more than 500 French nationals and other foreigners out of Chad to Gabon. Among those other foreigners are 103 UN aid workers. Lisa Schlein has more details in this report for VOA from Geneva.

U.N. refugee spokeswoman, Helene Caux, tells VOA the agency had to withdraw its aid workers because it could not leave them in harm's way. 'It is very worring. The fighting in N'Djamena is not over. The situation there is still very confusing. So, it is an absolutely chaotic situation right now in Chad.'

Hundreds of rebels intent on overthrowing the government of Idriss Deby entered the capital on Saturday. They reportedly have seized large parts of the city and are surrounding the president's palace. French forces in N'Djamena have flown out hundreds of French and other foreign citizens, as well as UN staff to the Gabonese's capital Libreville. The UNHCR assists 240,000 refugees from Darfur in 12 sprawling camps in eastern Chad. Although its staff was forced to leave two camps in Guereda, the agency says aid workers are still present in the ten other camps. Lisa Schlein for VOA news, Geneva.

Former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan's choice to leave mediation efforts in Kenya has withdrawn from the process after the government suggested he was biased in favour of the opposition. Cyril Ramaphosa, a South African business man, had arrived in Nairobi on Friday to help Mr. Annan in the negotiations. It is not immediately clear what effect Ramaphosa's withdrawal would have on the talks.

Israeli authorities say a suicide bomber detonated a blast in the southern town of Dimona today killing an Israeli woman and wounding several other people. A Dimona police official said there were two attackers, but one was shot dead before he could detonate his explosives belt. It is unclear who is behind the attack.

Turkey's military says warplanes attacked 70 suspected Kurdish rebel targets in northern Iraq earlier today. Local Iraqi security forces said three villages known to be Kurdish rebel strongholds have been bombed. There have been no reports of casualites from the raids on the remote region along Turkey's southeastern border.

Roads, railways and air traffic are slowly returning to normal in China where the worst snowstorms in 50 years have stranded millions of travellers trying to get home for this week's Lunar New Year holiday. The severe weather has also affected the shipment of fresh vegetables throughout the country. VOA's Stephanie Ho has more details in this report from Beijing.

With just a few days left before the biggest holiday in the Chinese calendar, the Lunar New Year, shoppers strolled up and down Beijing's Wangfujing streets Saturday. It was cold but the skies were clear and sunny. An elderly Chinese man who refused to give his name dismissed questions about whether Beijing residents are feeling any negative effects of the snowstorms. There has been no real impact on Beijing, he says, the bad weather has mostly affected transportation. Heavy snow in the usually temperate south, central and eastern part of the country has thrown the train network into chaos, stranding millions of people who are trying to return home for the holiday. The snow and ice have affected electricity lines, cutting off power from millions more. The bad weather also is exacerbating the effects of a coal shortage triggering a serious power crisis for the country. Stephanie Ho, VOA News, Beijing.

A suicide attack in the Pakistani city of Rawalpindi has killed at least 6 military personnel and wounded 25 others. Pakistani officials say an attack on a motorcycle rammed the military minibus near the army's National Logistic Cell today.

And former Khmer Rouge leader Nuon Chea had his first appearance before Cambodia's U.N.-backed genocide tribunal today but the hearing was quickly adjourned because of problems with his defense team. The judges have postponed the hearing and the next trial day has not been set.

More details on this and more 24 hours a day at voanews.com. I am Frances Alonzo in Washington, VOA News.
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15:53 From the VOA News center in Washington, I am Fransis Alenzil.
Rebels in Chad says they have purposely polled out in Gemana, while the government says it has crashed the rebellion and fully controls the capital city. Rebel leader said today they dilibrately withdrew to the outskirt of the city to give civilians a chance to escape. Witnesses say thousands of people have fled the country crossing the Chad river in Decarmaron. The United Nations secretary council plans to cotinue emergency talks today under the situation in Chad. Meanwhile the French military says it has air lifted more than 500 French nationals and other foreigners out of Chad to Guboun. Among those other foreigners were 103 UN aid workers. Lisha Shiline has more details in this report for VOA from Geneva.
VOA Spokeswoman Hilin Cole tells VOA the agency had to withdraw its aid workers because it could not leave them in a harms way. It's very worring defighting in Gemina is not over the situation there are several confusing so it is not to leave colty situation right now in Chad.
Hundreds of rebels intense on overthrawing the government of Itris Debee. entered the capital on Thursday. They reportedly have seized large parts of the city and now surrounding the president's palace. French forces in Engimine I have flown out hundreds of French and other foreign citizens. As well as UN staff to the Gabornee's capital Libervil. The UN aid say it's 240,000 refugees from Darfur in 12 spoiling camps in eastern Chad.
Although its staff was forced to leave to Camsinggradar The agency says aid workers are still present in the ten other camps. Lisha Shiline for VOA news Geneva.
Former secretary general Kofi Annan's choice to leave mediation efforts in Kenya has withdrawn from the process after the government suggested he was bias in favour of the opposition. Several Rompolsa, a south African business man had arrived in Niroby on Friday to help Mr. Annan in the negotiations. It is not immediately clear what affect, rather process withdrawal would have on the talks.
Israeli authorities say a suicide bomber detonated a blast in the southern town of Dimona today killing an Israeli woman and wounding several other people. As Demana police official said there were two attackers the woman shot dead before it could detonated his explosives velt. It is unclear who was behind the attack.
Turkey's military says warplanes attacked 70 suspected Kirdish rebel targets in northern Iraq earlier today. Local Iraqi secretary forces said three villages known to be Kirdish rebel strongholds have been bombed. there have been no reports of casualites from the raids in the remote region along Turkey's southeastern border.
Roads, railways and air tranffic are early returning to normal in China with the worst snowstorms in 50 years of stranded millions of travellers trying to get home for this week's lunar new year holiday. The severe weather has also affected the shipment of fresh vegetables throughout the country. VOA's Defini Hell has more details in this report from Beijing. With just a few days left before the biggest holiday in the Chinese calendar The lunar new year sharp strolled up and down Beijing's Wangfujing streets Saturday. It was cold but the skies were clear and sunny. An elderly Chinese man who refused to give his name dismissed questions about whether Beijing residents are feeling any negative affects on the snowstorms. It has been no real impact on Beijing, he says, the bad weather has mostly affected transportation. Heavy snow in the usually temperate south, central and eastern part of the country has turned the train network into chaos. Stranding millions people who are trying to return home for the holiday. The snow and Ice has affected electricity lines cutting off power for millions more. the bad weather also is exaserbating the facts of a coal shortage triggering a series power crisis for the country. Stefiny Hell, VOA news, Beijing.
A suicide attack in the Pakistani city of Bawopendy has killed at least 6 military personnel and wounded 25 others. Pakistani officials said the attack on a motorcycle rammed his the military minivars near the army's national logistic cell today.
And former Kemier Rouge leader Noon Chair had his first appearance before Cambodia's UN backed genecide tribunal today but the hearing was quickly ajeened because problems with his defense team. The judgers have postponed the hearing and next trial day has not been set.
More details on this and more 24 hours a day at voanews.com. I am Fransis Alenzil in Washington, VOA news. 16:21
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Rebels in Chad says they have purposely pulled out in Gemana, while the government says it has crashed the rebellion and fully controls the capital city. Rebel leader said today they deliberately withdrew to the outskirts of the city to give civilians a chance to escape. Witnesses say thousands of people have fled the country, crossing the Chari river into Cameroon. The United Nations security council plans to cotinue emergency talks today on the situation in Chad. Meanwhile the French military says it has airlifted more than 500 French nationals and other foreigners out of Chad to Guboun. Among those other foreigners were 103 UN aid workers. Lisha Shiline has more details in this report for VOA from Geneva.

U.N. Refugee Spokeswoman, Helene Caux tells VOA, the agency had to withdraw its aid workers because it could not leave them in a harm's way. "It is very worring. The fighting in N'Djamena is not over. The situation is still very confusing. So, it is an absolutely chaotic situation right now in Chad."

Hundreds of rebels intent on overthrowing the government of Idriss Deby entered the capital on Saturday. They reportedly have seized large parts of the city and are surrounding the president's palace. French forces in N'Djamena I have flown out hundreds of French and other foreign citizens, as well as UN staff to the Gabonese's capital Libreville. The UNHCR assists 240,000 refugees from Darfur in 12 sprawling camps in eastern Chad. Although its staff was forced to leave two camps in Guereda, the agency says aid workers are still present in the ten other camps. Lisa Schlein for VOA news, Geneva.

Former UN secretary general Kofi Annan's choice to leave mediation efforts in Kenya has withdrawn from the process after the government suggested he was bias in favour of the opposition. Several Rompolsa, a south African business man had arrived in Niroby on Friday to help Mr. Annan in the negotiations. It is not immediately clear what affect, rather process withdrawal would have on the talks.

Israeli authorities say a suicide bomber detonated a blast in the southern town of Dimona today killing an Israeli woman and wounding several other people. As Demana police official said there were two attackers the woman shot dead before it could detonated his explosives velt. It is unclear who was behind the attack.

Turkey's military says warplanes attacked 70 suspected Kirdish rebel targets in northern Iraq earlier today. Local Iraqi secretary forces said three villages known to be Kirdish rebel strongholds have been bombed. there have been no reports of casualites from the raids in the remote region along Turkey's southeastern border.

Roads, railways and air tranffic are early returning to normal in China with the worst snowstorms in 50 years of stranded millions of travellers trying to get home for this week's lunar new year holiday. The severe weather has also affected the shipment of fresh vegetables throughout the country. VOA's Defini Hell has more details in this report from Beijing.

With just a few days left before the biggest holiday in the Chinese calendar, The lunar new year, shoppers strolled up and down Beijing's Wangfujing streets Saturday. It was cold but the skies were clear and sunny. An elderly Chinese man who refused to give his name dismissed questions about whether Beijing residents are feeling any negative affects on the snowstorms. It has been no real impact on Beijing, he says, the bad weather has mostly affected transportation. Heavy snow in the usually temperate south, central and eastern part of the country has turned the train network into chaos. Stranding millions people who are trying to return home for the holiday. The snow and ice has affected electricity lines, cutting off power for millions more. the bad weather also is exacerbating the facts of a coal shortage triggering a series power crisis for the country. Stefiny Hell, VOA news, Beijing.

A suicide attack in the Pakistani city of Rawalpindi has killed at least 6 military personnel and wounded 25 others. Pakistani officials said the attack on a motorcycle rammed his the military minivars near the army's national logistic cell today.

And former Khmer Rouge leader Noon Chair had his first appearance before Cambodia's UN backed genocide tribunal today but the hearing was quickly ajeened because problems with his defense team. The judgers have postponed the hearing and next trial day has not been set.

More details on this and more 24 hours a day at voanews.com. I am Frances Alonzo in Washington, VOA news.


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From the VOA news center in Washington, I am Frances Alonzo.

Rebels in Chad say they have purposely pulled out of N'djamena while the government says it has crushed the rebellion and fully controlled the capital city. Rebel leader says today they deliberately withdrew to the outskirt of the city to give civilians a chance to escape. Witnesses say thousands of people have fled the country, crossing the Chad river to Cameroon. The United Nations Security Council plans to continue emergency talks today on the situation in Chad. Meanwhile, the French militay says it has airlifted more than 500 French nationals and other foreigners out of Chad to Gabon. Among those other foreigners were 103 UN aid workers. Lisha Schlein has more details in this report for VOA from Geneva.

UN Refugee spokewoman Helen Coul tells VOA the agency had to withdraw its aid workers because it could not leave them in a harm's way. "It's very worrying, the fighting in N'djamena is not over. The situation there is very confusing so it's a absolutely chaotic situation right now In Chad."

Thundrends of rebels intent on overthrowing the government of Iddris Deby entered the capital on Saturday. They reportedly seized large parts of the city and are surrounding the presidential palace. French forces in N'djamena have flown out hundreds of French and other foreign citizens as well as UN staff to the Gabonese capital Libreville. The UNHCR assists 240000 refugees from Darfur in 12 sprawling camps in eastern Chad. Although its staff was forced to leave two camps in Garida, the agency says aid worker are still present in the 10 other camps. Lisha Schlein for VOA news, Geneva.

Former US Secretary General Kofi Annan's choice to leave the mediation efforts in Kenya has withdrawn from the process after the goverment suggested he was biased in favor of the opposition. S R,a South African business man has arrived in Nairobi Friday to help Mr. Annan in the negotiation. it is not immediately clear what effects R withdrawal would have on the talks.

Israeli authorities say a suicide bomber detonated a blast in southern town of Dimona today, killing an Israeli woman and wounding seveal other people. Dimona police officials said there were two attackers. A woman was shot dead before he could detonate his explosive belt. It's not clear who is behind the attack.

Turkish military says warplanes attacked seven suspected Kurdish rebel targets in northen Iraqi earlier today. Local Iraqi security forces said 3 villages known to be Kurdish rebel strongholds have been bombed. There were no reports of casualities from the raids on the romote region along Turkish southeastern border.

Roads, railways and air traffic were slowly returnig to normal in China where the worst snowstorms in 50 years stranded millions of travelers trying to get homes for this week's lunar new year holiday. The severe weather has also affected the shipment of fresh vegetables throughout the country. VOA's Steven How has more details in this report from Beijing.

With just a few days left before the biggest holiday in the Chinese calendar, the lunar new year, shoppers strolled up and down Beijing's Wangfujing streets Saturday. It was cold but the sky was clear and sunny. An ederly Chinese man who refused to give his name dismissed questions about whether Beijing residents are feeling any negative effects of snowstorms. "It has been no real impact on Beijing", he says. "The bad weather has mostly affected transportation." Heavy snow in the usually temperate south, central and eastern parts of the country has thrown the train network to chaos, stranding millions of people who are trying to return homes for the holiday. The snow and ice has affected electricity lines, cuting off power for millions more. The bad weather also exacerbated effects of coal shortage, triggering a serious power crisis for the country. Steven How, VOA news, Beijing.

A suicide attack in the Pakistani city of Rawalpindi has killed at least 6 military personnel, wounding 25 others. Pakistani officials say a atacker on a motorcycle rammed into a military minibus near the army's national logistic cell today.

Former Khmer Rouge leader N C has had his appearance before Cambodia's UN backed genocide tribunal today. But hearing was quickly adjourned because of problems with his defense team. The judges have postponed the hearing and the next trial day has not been set.

More details on this and more 24 hours a day at voanews.com. I'm France Alonzo, Washinton, VOA news.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Rebels in Chad says they have purposely pulled out in Gemana, while the government says it has crashed the rebellion and fully controls the capital city. Rebel leaders said today they deliberately withdrew to the outskirts of the city to give civilians a chance to escape. Witnesses say thousands of people have fled the country, crossing the Chari river into Cameroon. The United Nations security council plans to cotinue emergency talks today on the situation in Chad. Meanwhile the French military says it has airlifted more than 500 French nationals and other foreigners out of Chad to Gabon. Among those other foreigners are 103 UN aid workers. Lisha Shiline has more details in this report for VOA from Geneva.

U.N. refugee spokeswoman, Helene Caux tells VOA, the agency had to withdraw its aid workers because it could not leave them in / harm's way. "It is very worring. The fighting in N'Djamena is not over. The situation there is / very confusing. So, it is an absolutely chaotic situation right now in Chad."

Hundreds of rebels intent on overthrowing the government of Idriss Deby entered the capital on Saturday. They reportedly have seized large parts of the city and are surrounding the president's palace. French forces in N'Djamena / have flown out hundreds of French and other foreign citizens, as well as UN staff to the Gabonese's capital Libreville. The UNHCR assists 240,000 refugees from Darfur in 12 sprawling camps in eastern Chad. Although its staff was forced to leave two camps in Guereda, the agency says aid workers are still present in the ten other camps. Lisa Schlein for VOA news, Geneva.

Former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan's choice to leave mediation efforts in Kenya has withdrawn from the process after the government suggested he was biased in favour of the opposition. Cyril Ramaphosa, a south African business man had arrived in Nairobi on Friday to help Mr. Annan in the negotiations. It is not immediately clear what effect Ramaphosa's withdrawal would have on the talks.

Israeli authorities say a suicide bomber detonated a blast in the southern town of Dimona today killing an Israeli woman and wounding several other people. A Dimona police official said there were two attackers, but one was shot dead before he could detonate his explosives belt. It is unclear who is behind the attack.

Turkey's military says warplanes attacked 70 suspected Kurdish rebel targets in northern Iraq earlier today. Local Iraqi security forces said three villages known to be Kurdish rebel strongholds have been bombed. There have been no reports of casualites from the raids on the remote region along Turkey's southeastern border.

Roads, railways and air traffic are slowly returning to normal in China where the worst snowstorms in 50 years have stranded millions of travellers trying to get home for this week's lunar new year holiday. The severe weather has also affected the shipment of fresh vegetables throughout the country. VOA's Defini Hell has more details in this report from Beijing.

With just a few days left before the biggest holiday in the Chinese calendar, the Lunar New Year, shoppers strolled up and down Beijing's Wangfujing streets Saturday. It was cold but the skies were clear and sunny. An elderly Chinese man who refused to give his name dismissed questions about whether Beijing residents are feeling any negative effects of the snowstorms. There has been no real impact on Beijing, he says, the bad weather has mostly affected transportation. Heavy snow in the usually temperate south, central and eastern part of the country has thrown the train network into chaos, stranding millions of people who are trying to return home for the holiday. The snow and ice has affected electricity lines, cutting off power from millions more. The bad weather also is exacerbating the facts of a coal shortage triggering a series power crisis for the country. Stefiny Hell, VOA news, Beijing.

A suicide attack in the Pakistani city of Rawalpindi has killed at least 6 military personnel and wounded 25 others. Pakistani officials say an attack on a motorcycle rammed / the military minibus near the army's National Logistic Cell today.

And former Khmer Rouge leader Nuon Chea had his first appearance before Cambodia's U.N.-backed genocide tribunal today but the hearing was quickly adjourned because of problems with his defense team. The judgers have postponed the hearing and next trial day has not been set.

More details on this and more 24 hours a day at voanews.com. I am Frances Alonzo in Washington, VOA news.
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

Rebels in Chad says they have purposely pulled out of N'djamena, while the government says it has crashed the rebellion and fully controls the capital city. Rebel leaders said today they deliberately withdrew to the outskirts of the city to give civilians a chance to escape. Witnesses say thousands of people have fled the country, crossing the Chari River into Cameroon. The United Nations Security Council plans to cotinue emergency talks today on the situation in Chad. Meanwhile the French military says it has airlifted more than 500 French nationals and other foreigners out of Chad to Gabon. Among those other foreigners are 103 UN aid workers. Lisa Schlein has more details in this report for VOA from Geneva.

U. N. refugee spokeswoman, Helene Caux, tells VOA the agency had to withdraw its aid workers because it could not leave them in harm's way. "It is very worring. The fighting in N'Djamena is not over. The situation there is still very confusing. So, it is an absolutely chaotic situation right now in Chad. "

Hundreds of rebels intent on overthrowing the government of Idriss Deby entered the capital on Saturday. They reportedly have seized large parts of the city and are surrounding the president's palace. French forces in N'Djamena have flown out hundreds of French and other foreign citizens, as well as UN staff to the Gabonese's capital Libreville. The UNHCR assists 240, 000 refugees from Darfur in 12 sprawling camps in eastern Chad. Although its staff was forced to leave two camps in Guereda, the agency says aid workers are still present in the ten other camps. Lisa Schlein for VOA news, Geneva.

Former U. N. Secretary General Kofi Annan's choice to leave mediation efforts in Kenya has withdrawn from the process after the government suggested he was biased in favour of the opposition. Cyril Ramaphosa, a South African business man, had arrived in Nairobi on Friday to help Mr. Annan in the negotiations. It is not immediately clear what effect Ramaphosa's withdrawal would have on the talks.

Israeli authorities say a suicide bomber detonated a blast in the southern town of Dimona today killing an Israeli woman and wounding several other people. A Dimona police official said there were two attackers, but one was shot dead before he could detonate his explosives belt. It is unclear who is behind the attack.

Turkey's military says warplanes attacked 70 suspected Kurdish rebel targets in northern Iraq earlier today. Local Iraqi security forces said three villages known to be Kurdish rebel strongholds have been bombed. There have been no reports of casualites from the raids on the remote region along Turkey's southeastern border.

Roads, railways and air traffic are slowly returning to normal in China where the worst snowstorms in 50 years have stranded millions of travellers trying to get home for this week's Lunar New Year holiday. The severe weather has also affected the shipment of fresh vegetables throughout the country. VOA's Stephanie Ho has more details in this report from Beijing.

With just a few days left before the biggest holiday in the Chinese calendar, the Lunar New Year, shoppers strolled up and down Beijing's Wangfujing streets Saturday. It was cold but the skies were clear and sunny. An elderly Chinese man who refused to give his name dismissed questions about whether Beijing residents are feeling any negative effects of the snowstorms. There has been no real impact on Beijing, he says, the bad weather has mostly affected transportation. Heavy snow in the usually temperate south, central and eastern part of the country has thrown the train network into chaos, stranding millions of people who are trying to return home for the holiday. The snow and ice have affected electricity lines, cutting off power from millions more. The bad weather also is exacerbating the effects of a coal shortage triggering a serious power crisis for the country. Stephanie Ho, VOA News, Beijing.

A suicide attack in the Pakistani city of Rawalpindi has killed at least 6 military personnel and wounded 25 others. Pakistani officials say an attack on a motorcycle rammed the military minibus near the army's National Logistic Cell today.

And former Khmer Rouge leader Nuon Chea had his first appearance before Cambodia's U. N. -backed genocide tribunal today but the hearing was quickly adjourned because of problems with his defense team. The judges have postponed the hearing and the next trial day has not been set.

More details on this and more 24 hours a day at voanews. com. I am Frances Alonzo in Washington, VOA News.
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