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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Bob Doughty in Washington.

[1] Rebels in Chad say they have voluntarily and temporarily withdrawn forces from Ndjamena to give civilians a chance to escape. But the government of Chad says it forced the rebels out of the capital and now controls the city. Rebels surrounded the home of Chadian President Idriss Deby Sunday with him inside. They say they will overthrow him if he does not agree to share power. Reports say thousands of Chadians have fled to Cameroon. The United Nations Security Council plans to continue emergency discussions on Monday about Chad.

[2] The man chosen by former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan to negotiate peace in Kenya has withdrawn from the position. South African businessman Cyril Ramaphosa arrived in Kenya Friday. He withdrew from the talks after the government of Kenya suggested that he favors the opposition. Also Sunday, Mr. Annan said both sides believe the negotiations can help stop the killing and improve transport of humanitarian aid. The violence began in Kenya after a disputed presidential election in December. Opposition leader Raila Odinga has called for deployment of international peacekeepers in Kenya. Mr. Odiga accuses President Mwai Kibaki of cheating in the December election to win reelection.

[3] Turkish warplanes have attacked about 70 suspected Kurdish rebel targets in northern Iraq. Iraqi security forces say three Kurdish villages were bombed. There are no reports on possible dead or wounded. In other news from Iraq, American forces say they accidentally killed nine civilians south of Baghdad Saturday. The military says three people were also wounded in the attack near Iskandariyah. The American military says its target was al-Qaeda in Iraq members. Officials expressed regret to affected families and said the incident was under investigation.

[4] Israeli officials say a suicide bomber has killed a woman in the southern Israeli town of Dimona. Several other people were wounded in the explosion. A local police official said there was another attack planned but the bomber was shot dead before he could act. Israel launched an airstrike in northern Gaza a few hours after the explosions. One suspected Palestinian militant was killed.

[5] A suicide bombing in Pakistan has killed at least six members of the military. Twenty-five other service members were wounded in the explosion in Rawalpindi. The attacker crashed a motorcycle into a military bus. The government blames a militant leader linked to al-Qaeda. Rawalpindi is where former Prime Minister and opposition leader Benazir Bhutto was murdered in December.

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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Bob Doughty in Washington.

[1] Rebels in Chad say they have voluntarily and temporarily withdrawn forces from Ndjamena to give civilians a chance to escape. But the government of Chad says it forced the rebels out of the capital and now controls the city. Rebels surrounded of Chadian President Idriss Deby Sunday with him inside. They say they will overthrow him if he does not agree to share power. Reports say thousands of Chadians have fled to Cameroon. The United Nations Security Council plans to continue emergency discussions on Monday about Chad.

[2] The man chosen by former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan to negotiate peace in Kenya has withdrawn from the position. South African businessman Cyril Ramaphosa arrived in Kenya Friday. He withdrew from the talks after the government of Kenya suggested that he favors the opposition. Also Sunday Mr. Annan said both sides can believe the negotiations can help stop the killing and improve transport of humanitarian aid. The violence began in Kenya after a dispute presidential election in December. Opposition leader Raila Odinga has called for deployment of international peacekeepers in Kenya. Mr. Odiga accuses President Mwai Kibaki of cheating in the December election to win reelection.

[3] Turkish warplanes have attacked about 70 suspected Kurdish rebel targets in Northern Iraq. Iraqi security forces say three Kurdish religious were bombed. There are no reports on possible dead or wounded. In other news from Iraq American forces say they accidentally killed nine civilians south of Baghdad Saturday. The military says three people were also wounded in the attack near Iskandariyah. The American military says its target was al-Qaeda in Iraq members. Officials expressed regret to effective families and said the incident was under investigation.

[4] Israeli officials say a suicide bomber has killed a woman in the southern Israeli town of Dimona. Several other people were wounded in the explosion. A local police official said there was another attack planned but the bomber was shot dead before he could attack. Israel launched an air strike in northern Gaza a few hours after the explosion. One suspected Palestinian militant was killed.

[5] A suicide bombing in Pakistan has killed at least six members of the military. Twenty-five other service members were wounded in the explosion in Rawalpindi. The attacker crashed a motorcycle into a military bus. The government blames a militant leader linked to al-Qaeda. Rawalpindi is where former Prime Minister and opposition leader Benazir Bhutto was murdered in December.

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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Bob Doughty in Washington.

[1]. Rebels in Chad say they have voluntarily and temporarily withdrawn forces from N'Djamena to give civilians a chance to escape. But the government of Chad says it forced the rebels out of the capital and now controls the city. Rebels surrounded the home of Chadian President Idriss Deby Sunday with him inside. They say they will overthrow him if he does not agree to share power. Reports say thousands of Chadians have fled to Cameroon. United Nations Security Council plans to continue emergency discussions on Monday about Chad.

[2]. The man chosen by former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan to negotiate peace in Kenya has withdrawn from the position. South African businessman Cyril Ramaphosa arrived in kenya Friday. He withdrew from the talks after the government of Kenya suggested that he favors the opposition. Also Sunday Mr Annan said both sides believe the negotiations can help stop the killing and improve transport of humanitarian aid. The violence began in Kenya after a disputed presidential election in December. Opposition leader Raila Odinga has called for deployment of International Peacekeepers in Kenya. Mr Odinga accuses President Mwai Kibaki of cheating in the December election to win reelection.

[3]. Turkish war planes have attacked about 70 suspected Kurdish rebel targets in northern Iraq. Iraqi security forces say three Kurdish villages were bombed. There are no reports on possible dead or wounded. In another news from Iraq, American forces say they accidently killed nine civilians south of Baghdad Saturday. The military says three people were also wounded in the attack near Iskandariyah. The American military says its target was al Qaeda in Iraq members. Officials expressed regret to affected families and said the incident was under investigation.

[4]. Israeli officials say a suicide bomber has killed a woman in the southern Israeli town of Dimona .Several other people were wounded in the explosion. A local police official said there was another attack planned but the bomber was shot dead before he could act. Israel launched an air strike in northern Gaza a few hours after the explosions . One suspected Palestinian militant was killed.

[5]. A suicide bombing in Pakistan has killed at least six members of the military. Twenty-five others service members were wounded in the explosion in Rawalpindi. The attack crashed a motorcycle into a military bus. The government blames a militant leader links to al Qaeda. Rawalpindi is where former Prime Minister and opposition leader Benazir Bhutto was murdered in December.

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

Rebels in Chad say they have voluntarily and temporarily withdrawn forces from Ndjamena to give civilians a chance to escape. But the government of Chad says it forced the rebels out of the capital and now controls the city. Rebels surrounded the home of Chadian President Idriss Deby Sunday with him inside. They say they will overthrow him if he does not agree to share power. Reports say thousands of Chadians have fled to Cameroon. The United Nations Security Council plans to continue emergency discussions on Monday about Chad.

The man chosen by former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan to negotiate peace in Kenya has withdrawn from the position. South African businessman Cyril Ramaphosa arrived in Kenya Friday. He withdrew from the talks after the government of Kenya suggested that he favors the opposition. Also Sunday, Mr. Annan said both sides believe the negotiations can help stop the killing and improve transport of humanitarian aid. The violence began in Kenya after a disputed presidential election in December. Opposition leader Raila Odinga has called for deployment of international peacekeepers in Kenya. Mr. Odiga accuses President Mwai Kibaki of cheating in the December election to win reelection.

Turkish warplanes have attacked about 70 suspected Kurdish rebel targets in northern Iraq. Iraqi security forces say three Kurdish religious were bombed. There are no reports on possible dead or wounded. In other news from Iraq, American forces say they accidentally killed nine civilians south of Baghdad Saturday. The military says three people were also wounded in the attack near Iskandariyah. The American military says its target was al-Qaeda in Iraq members. Officials expressed regret to effective families and said the incident was under investigation.

Israeli officials say a suicide bomber has killed a woman in the southern Israeli town of Dimona. Several other people were wounded in the explosion. A local police official said there was another attack planned but the bomber was shot dead before he could act. Israel launched an airstrike in northern Gaza a few hours after the explosions. One suspected Palestinian militant was killed.

A suicide bombing in Pakistan has killed at least six members of the military. Twenty-five other service members were wounded in the explosion in Rawalpindi. The attacker crashed a motorcycle into a military bus. The government blames a militant leader linked to al-Qaeda. Rawalpindi is where former Prime Minister and opposition leader Benazir Bhutto was murdered in December.

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

[1] Rebels in Chad say they have voluntarily and temporarily withdrawn forces from Ndjamena to give civilians a chance to escape. But the government of Chad says it forced the rebels out of the capital and now controls the city. Rebels surrounded the home of Chadian President Idriss Deby Sunday with him inside. They say they will overthrow him if he does not agree to share power. Reports say thousands of Chadians have fled to Cameroon. The United Nations Security Council plans to continue emergency discussions on Monday about Chad.

[2] The man chosen by former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan to negotiate peace in Kenya has withdrawn from the position. South African businessman Cyril Ramaphosa arrived in Kenya Friday. He withdrew from the talks after the government of Kenya suggested that he favors the opposition. Also Sunday, Mr. Annan said both sides believe the negotiations can help stop the killing and improve transport of humanitarian aid. The violence began in Kenya after a disputed presidential election in December. Opposition leader Raila Odinga has called for deployment of international peacekeepers in Kenya. Mr. Odiga accuses President Mwai Kibaki of cheating in the December election to win reelection.

[3] Turkish warplanes have attacked about 70 suspected Kurdish rebel targets in northern Iraq. Iraqi security forces say three Kurdish religious were bombed. There are no reports on possible dead or wounded. In other news from Iraq, American forces say they accidentally killed nine civilians south of Baghdad Saturday. The military says three people were also wounded in the attack near Iskandariyah. The American military says its target was al-Qaeda in Iraq members. Officials expressed regret to effective families and said the incident was under investigation.

[4] Israeli officials say a suicide bomber has killed a woman in the southern Israeli town of Dimona. Several other people were wounded in the explosion. A local police official said there was another attack planned but the bomber was shot dead before he could act. Israel launched an airstrike in northern Gaza a few hours after the explosions. One suspected Palestinian militant was killed.

[5] A suicide bombing in Pakistan has killed at least six members of the military. Twenty-five other service members were wounded in the explosion in Rawalpindi. The attacker crashed a motorcycle into a military bus. The government blames a militant leader linked to al-Qaeda. Rawalpindi is where former Prime Minister and opposition leader Benazir Bhutto was murdered in December.

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

[1] Rebels in Chad say they have voluntarily and temporarily withdrawn forces from Ndjamena to give civilians a chance to escape. But the government of Chad says it forced the rebels out of the capital and now controls the city. Rebels surrounded the home of Chadian President Idriss Deby Sunday with him inside. They say they will overthrow him if he does not agree to share power. Reports say thousands of Chadians have fled to Cameroon. The United Nations Security Council plans to continue emergency discussions on Monday about Chad.

[2] The man chosen by former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan to negotiate peace in Kenya has withdrawn from the position. South African businessman Cyril Ramaphosa arrived in Kenya Friday. He withdrew from the talks after the government of Kenya suggested that he favors the opposition. Also Sunday Mr. Annan said both sides believe the negotiations can help stop the killing and improve transport of humanitarian aid. The violence began in Kenya after a dispute presidential election in December. Opposition leader Raila Odinga has called for deployment of international peace keepers in Kenya. Mr. Odiga accuses President Mwai Kibaki of cheating in the December election to win reelection.

[3] Turkish warplanes have attacked about 70 suspected Kurdish rebel targets in Northern Iraq. Iraqi security forces say three Kurdish religious were bombed. There are no reports on possible dead or wounded. In other news from Iraq American forces say they accidentally killed nine civilians south of Baghdad Saturday. The military says three people were also wounded in the attack near Iskandariyah. The American military says its target was al-Qaeda in Iraq members. Officials expressed regret to effective families and said the incident was under investigation.

[4] Israeli officials say a suicide bomber has killed a woman in the southern Israeli town of Dimona. Several other people were wounded in the explosion. A local police official said there was another attack planned but the bomber was shot dead before he could attack. Israel launched an air strike in northern Gaza a few hours after the explosion. One suspected Palestinian militant was killed.

[5] A suicide bombing in Pakistan has killed at least six members of the military. Twenty-five other service members were wounded in the explosion in Rawalpindi. The attacker crashed a motorcycle into a military bus. The government blames a militant leader linked to al-Qaeda. Rawalpindi is where former Prime Minister and opposition leader Benazir Bhutto was murdered in December.

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

[1] Rebels in Chad say they have voluntarily and temporarily withdrawn forces from Ndjamena to give civilians a chance to escape. But the government of Chad says it forced the rebels out of the capital and now controls the city. Rebels surrounded the home of Chadian President Idriss Deby Sunday with him inside. They say they will overthrow him if he does not agree to share power. Reports say thousands of Chadians have fled to Cameroon. The United Nations Security Council plans to continue emergency discussions on Monday about Chad.

[2] The man chosen by former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan to negotiate peace in Kenya has withdrawn from the position. South African businessman Cyril Ramaphosa arrived in Kenya Friday. He withdrew from the talks after the government of Kenya suggested that he favors the opposition. Also Sunday, Mr. Annan said both sides believe the negotiations can help stop the killing and improve transport of humanitarian aid. The violence began in Kenya after a disputed presidential election in December. Opposition leader Raila Odinga has called for deployment of international peacekeepers in Kenya. Mr. Odiga accuses President Mwai Kibaki of cheating in the December election to win reelection.

[3] Turkish warplanes have attacked about 70 suspected Kurdish rebel targets in northern Iraq. Iraqi security forces say three Kurdish villages were bombed. There are no reports on possible dead or wounded. In other news from Iraq, American forces say they accidentally killed nine civilians south of Baghdad Saturday. The military says three people were also wounded in the attack near Iskandariyah. The American military says its target was al-Qaeda in Iraq members. Officials expressed regret to affected families and said the incident was under investigation.

[4] Israeli officials say a suicide bomber has killed a woman in the southern Israeli town of Dimona. Several other people were wounded in the explosion. A local police official said there was another attack planned but the bomber was shot dead before he could act. Israel launched an airstrike in northern Gaza a few hours after the explosions. One suspected Palestinian militant was killed.

[5] A suicide bombing in Pakistan has killed at least six members of the military. Twenty-five other service members were wounded in the explosion in Rawalpindi. The attacker crashed a motorcycle into a military bus. The government blames a militant leader linked to al-Qaeda. Rawalpindi is where former Prime Minister and opposition leader Benazir Bhutto was murdered in December.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.
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It’s 15:30 Universal Time, I’m Bob Doughty in Washington.

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It is 1530 universal time. I am Bob Doughty in Washington.

[1] Rebels in Chad say they have volutarily and temporarily withdrawn forces from N to give cilivians a chance to escape. But the govenment of Chad said it forced the rebels out of the capital and now controls the city. Rebels surrounded the home of Chadian president sunday with him inside. they say they will overthrow him if he does not agree to share power. Reports say thousands of Chadians have fled to C. UN security council plans to continue emergency discussions on monday about Chad.

[2] The man chosen by Former UN secretary General Kofe Annan to negtiate peace in Kenya has withdrawn from the position. South African businessman arrived in Kenya Friday. He withdrew from the talks after the government of Keyna suggested that he favored opposition. Also sunday, Mr. Annan said both sides believed that the negtioates can help stop the killing and improve transport of humanitarian aid. The violence began in Kenya after a disputed presidentially election in December. Opposition leader has called for deployment of international peace keepers in Kenya. Mr. O accused president of cheating in the December election to win reelection.

[3] Turkish warplanes have attacked about 70 suspected Kurdish rebel targets in northern Iraqi. Iraqi security forces say three kurtish villages were bombed. There are no reports on possible dead or wounded. In other news from Iraq, American forces say they accidentally killed 9 civilians south of Baghdad Saturday. The military says 3 people were also wounded in the attack near I. The American military says its target was al-Qaeda in Iraq members. Official expressed regret to affected familis and said the incidents were under investigation.

[4] Israeli officials say a suicide bomber has killed a woman in the southern Israeli town, several other people are wounded in the explosion. A local police official said there was another attack planned but a bomber was shot dead before he could act. Israel launched an airstrick in nothern Gaza a few hours after the explosions. One suspected palistinian militant was killed.

[5] A suicide bombing in Pakistan has killed at least 6 members of the military, 25 other service members were wounded in the explosion in r. The attacker crashed a motocycle into a military bus. The govenment blames a military leader linked to al-Qaeda. R is where former prime minister and opposition leader was murdured in Dec.

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