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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Mike Louise in Washington.

[1] In Pakistan an explosion at an election gathering has killed at least 20 people. More than 25 others have been wounded. The Pakistani Interior Ministry says a suicide bomber attacked on Awami National Party gathering in the town of Charsadda. The party is a non-religious group made up of ethnic Pashtun. The Interior Ministry says the bomb was set off close to the area where party leader Afrasiab Khattak was talking to the crowd. Mr. Khattak was not hurt.

[2] Pakistan is denying charges that leaders of al-Qaeda and the Taliban are operating out of tribal areas near the Afghan border. A Foreign Ministry spokesman said Pakistan would take action if the United States could provide intelligence to prove the claim. An American official in Washington made the claim to reporters on Friday. The official said al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and others were working from tribal areas in Pakistan. The official also said that Taliban leader Mullah Omar was living in the Pakistani town of Quetta. The official said Mullah Omar was directing rebel operations in Afghanistan from there. The American official asked not to be identified. Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf rejected a similar claim about Mullah Omar last year.

[3] The Turkish parliament has approved constitutional changes ending a ban on women wearing cloth head coverings at Turkish universities. The changes say no one can be denied the right to higher education. The amendments are aimed at Muslim women who could not attend classes while wearing head coverings. The amendments also say that all Turkish citizens will be treated equally by the state and its organizations. Parliament will hold a final vote Saturday. The amendments will then be past on to Turkish President Abdullah Gul who supports the changes. Tens of thousands of Turks in the capital, Ankara, protested the changes. They waved the Turkish flag and called out that Turkey is non-religious and will stay non-religious.

[4] The Turkish prime minister says his country will continue to attack Kurdistan Workers Party rebels operating in northern Iraq. Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke Saturday at an international security conference in Munich, Germany. He said the attacks will continue until his country wins. Mr. Erdogan criticized European countries for allowing the PKK rebels to operate within their borders. The PKK has been declared a terrorist group by the European Union. The rebels have been fighting for independence in southeast Turkey for several years. Mr. Erdogan also called for members of the European Union to give Turkey full membership.

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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Mike Louis in Washington.

[1] In Pakistan an explosion at an election gathering has killed at least 20 people. More than 25 others have been wounded. The Pakistani Interior Ministry says a suicide bomber attacked on Awami National Party gathering in the town of Charsadda. The party is a non-religious group made up of ethnic Pashtun. The Interior Ministry says the bomb was set off close to the area where party leader Afrasiab Khattak was talking to the crowd. Mr. Khattak was not hurt.

[2] Pakistan is denying charges that leaders of al-Qaeda and the Taliban are operating out of tribal areas near the Afghan border. A Foreign Ministry spokesman said Pakistan would take action if the United States could provide intelligence to prove the plan. An American official in Washington made the claim to reporters on Friday. The officials said al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and others were working from tribal areas in Pakistan. The official also said that Taliban leader Mullah Omar was living in the Pakistani town of Quetta. The officials said Mullah Omar was directing rebel operations in Afghanistan from there. The American official asked not to be identified. Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf rejected a similar claim about Mullah Omar last year.

[3] The Turkish parliament has approved constitutional changes ending a ban on women wearing cloth head coverings at Turkish universities. The changes say no one can be denied the right to higher education. The amendments are aimed at Muslim women who could not attend classes while wearing head coverings. The amendments also say that all Turkish citizens will be treated equally by the state and its organizations. Parliament will hold a final vote Saturday. The amendments will then be past on to Turkish President Abdullah Gul who supports the changes. Tens of thousands of Turks in the capital, Ankara, protested the changes. They waved the Turkish flag and called out that Turkey is non-religious and will still stay non-religious.

[4] The Turkish prime minister says his country will continue to attack Kurdistan Workers Party rebels operating in northern Iraq. Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke Saturday at an international security conference in Munich, Germany. He said the attacks will continue until his country wins. Mr. Erdogan criticized European countries for allowing the PKK rebels to operate within their borders. The PKK has been declared a terrorist group by the European Union. The rebels have been fighting for independence in southeast Turkey for several years. Mr. Erdogan also called for members of the European Union to give Turkey full membership.

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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I'm Mike Louis in Washington.

[1] In Pakistan, an explosion at an election gathering has killed at least 20 people. More than 25 others have been wounded. The Pakistani Interior Ministry says a suicide bomber attacked on Awami National Party gathering in the town of Charsadda. The Party is a non-religious group made up of ethnic Pashtuns. The Interior Ministry says the bomb was set off close to the area where party leader Afrasiab Khattak was talking to the crowd. Mr Khattak was not hurt.

[2] Pakistan is denying charges that leaders of al Qaeda and the Taliban are operating out of tribal areas near the Afghan border. A Foreign Ministry spokesman said Pakistan would take action if the United States could provide intelligence to prove the claim. An American official in Washington made the claim to reporters on Friday. The official said al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden and others were working from tribal areas in Pakistan. The official also said that Taliban leader Mullah Omarwas living in a Pakistani town of Quetta. The official said Mullah Omar was directing rebel operations in Afghanistan from there. The American official asked not to be identified. Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf rejected a similar claim about Mullah Omar last year.

[3] The Turkish Parliament has approved constitutional changes ending a ban on women wearing cloth headcoverings at Turkish universities. The changes say no one can be denied the right to higher education. The amendments are aimed at Muslim women who could not attend classes while wearing headcoverings. The amendments also say that all Turkish citizens will be treated equally by the state and its organizations. Parliament will hold a final vote Saturday. The amendments will then be passed on to Turkish President Abdullah Gul who supports the changes. Tens of thousands of Turks in the capital Ankara protested the changes. They waved the Turkish flags and called out that Turkey is non-religious and will stay non-religious.

[4] The Turkish Prime Minister says his country will continue to attack Kurdistan Workers Party rebels operating in northern Iraq. Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke Saturday at an International Security Conference in Munich, Germany. He said the attacks will continue until his country wins. Mr Erdogancriticized European countries for allowing the PKK rebels to operate within their borders. The PKK has been declared a terrorist group by the European Union. The rebels have been fighting for independence in southeast Turkey for several years. Mr Erdogan also called for members of the European Union to give Turkey full membership.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.

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It is 15:30 universal time, I am Mike.Louise in Washington.

(1) In Pakistan, an explosion at the election gathering has killed at least 20 people, more than 25 others have been wounded. The Pakistani interior ministry says a suicide bomb attacked Awami national party gathering in the town of Charsadda. The party is a non-religious group made up of ethnic Pashtun. The interior ministry says the bomb was set off close to the area where party leader Afrasiab.Kattak was talking to the crowd .Mr.Kattak was not hurts.

(2) Pakistan is denying charges that leaders Al-Qaeda and Taliban are operating out of tribe areas near the Afghan’s border. A foreign ministry spokesman said Pakistan would take action if the United State could provide intelligence to prove the claim. An American office in Washington made the claim to reporters on Friday. The official said Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden and others were working from tribe areas in Pakistan. The official also said that Taliban leader Mullah Omar was living in the Pakistani town Quetta. The official said Mullah Omar was directing rebel operations in Afghanistan from there. The American official asked not to be identified. Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf rejected a similar claim about Mullah Omar last year.

(3) The Turkish parliament has proved constitutional changes ending a ban on women wearing cloth head covering at Turkish universities. The changes say no one can be denied the right to higher education. The amendments are aimed that Muslim women who could not attend classes while wearing head coverings. The amendments also say that all Turkish citizens will be treated equally by the state and its organizations. Parliament will hold a final vote Saturday. The amendment would then be passed on to Turkish president Abdullah Gul who supports the changes. Tens of thousands Turks in the capital Ankara protested the changes. They wave the Turkish flag and called out that turkey is non-religious and will stay non-religious. The Turkish prime minister says his country will continue to attack Pakistan workers party rebels operating in northern Iraq.


(4) Eecep Tayyip Erdogan spoke Saturday at international security conference in Munich, Germany. He said the attacks will continue until his country wins. Mr. Erdogan criticize European countries for allowing the PKK rebels to operate within there borders. The PKK has been declared a terrorist group by the European Union. The rebels have been fighting for independence in southeast Turkey for several years. Mr.Erdogan. also call for members of European Union to give Turkey for membership.

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

[1] In Pakistan an explosion at an election gathering has killed at least 20 people. More than 25 others have been wounded. The Pakistani Interior Ministry says a suicide bomber attacked on Awami National Party gathering in the town of Charsadda. The party is a non-religious group made up of ethnic Pashtun. The Interior Ministry says the bomb was set off close to the area where party leader Afrasiab Khattak was talking to the crowd. Mr. Khattak was not hurt.

[2] Pakistan is denying charges that leaders of al-Qaeda and the Taliban are operating out of tribal areas near the Afghan border. A Foreign Ministry spokesman said Pakistan would take action if the United States could provide intelligence to prove the claim. An American official in Washington made the claim to reporters on Friday. The official/ said al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and others were working from tribal areas in Pakistan. The official also said that Taliban leader Mullah Omar was living in the Pakistani town of Quetta. The official/ said Mullah Omar was directing rebel operations in Afghanistan from there. The American official asked not to be identified. Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf rejected a similar claim about Mullah Omar last year.

[3] The Turkish parliament has approved constitutional changes ending a ban on women wearing cloth head coverings at Turkish universities. The changes say no one can be denied the right to higher education. The amendments are aimed at Muslim women who could not attend classes while wearing head coverings. The amendments also say that all Turkish citizens will be treated equally by the state and its organizations. Parliament will hold a final vote Saturday. The amendments will then be past on to Turkish President Abdullah Gul who supports the changes. Tens of thousands of Turks in the capital, Ankara, protested the changes. They waved the Turkish flag and called out that Turkey is non-religious and will / stay non-religious.

[4] The Turkish prime minister says his country will continue to attack Kurdistan Workers Party rebels operating in northern Iraq. Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke Saturday at an international security conference in Munich, Germany. He said the attacks will continue until his country wins. Mr. Erdogan criticized European countries for allowing the PKK rebels to operate within their borders. The PKK has been declared a terrorist group by the European Union. The rebels have been fighting for independence in southeast Turkey for several years. Mr. Erdogan also called for members of the European Union to give Turkey full membership.

You are listening to the news in VOA Special English.
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It is fifteen hours thirty universal time. I'm Mike Luis in Washington.

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