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And that brings us along to 15:30 Universal Time.

[1] At the top of the news at this hour, the top United States military officer has met with Pakistani commanders in North-West Frontier province. Admiral Mike Mullen visited the provincial capital Peshawar to discuss Pakistani military efforts against al-Qaeda and the taliban in the border area with Afghanistan. On Saturday, Admiral Mullen met in Islamabad with Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf and army chief Ashfaq Parvez Kayani. The American military official said the threat of Islamic extremism is growing in Pakistan.

[2] Pakistani officials say a suicide bomber killed at least 25 people in the countries northwest on Saturday. About 35 other people were wounded in the attack. The bomb exploded at a gathering of Awami National Party's supporters in the town of Charsadda in North-West Frontier province. Also on Saturday about 100,000 people attended a Pakistan People's Party gathering in southern Sindh province. It was the opposition group's first major gathering since the killing of its leader Benazir Bhutto in December. Ms Bhutto's husband Asif Ali Zardari now leads the party and spoke at the event.

[3] American Defense Secretary Robert Gates has urged European governments to send more troops to Afghanistan. He spoke at an International Security Conference in Munich, Germany. Mr. Gates said the threat of Islamic extremism is real. He said Europeans may not understand the full danger of it and how directly it could affect them.

[4] Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has promised to find anyone responsible for attacks on Israel from Gaza. He spoke after a young boy lost a leg in such a rocket attack. Mr. Olmert said that Israel will continue to target terrorists and those who support them. The Israeli prime minister gave the warning during a meeting with cabinet leaders. Israeli medical workers say the boy was wounded on Saturday when a rocket landed in the southern Israeli town of Sderot. The boy's brother also was hurt. Palestinians reported that Israel later launched a series of air attacks against the Gaza Strip. Reports say a Hamas fighter was killed and several people were wounded.

[5] The United States military says documents captured from leaders of al-Qaeda in Iraq show that the group has been weakened in at least two areas of the country. The military says a letter written by a top al-Qaeda leader gives an unhopeful report on the group's position in Anbar province. The letter reportedly was found in November. The United States military also says a collection of writings by another al-Qaeda leader says the group's activities have been restricted. The writer blames neighbourhood security groups supported by the United States.

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And that brings us along to 15:30 Universal Time. At the top of the news at this hour :

[1] The top United States military officer has met with Pakistani commanders in northwest frontier province. Admiral Mike Mullen visited the provincial capital Peshawar to discuss Pakistani military efforts against al Qaeda and the taliban in the border area with Afghanistan. On Saturday, Admiral Mullen met in Islamabad with Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf and army chief Ashfaq Parvez Kayani. The American military official said the threat of Islamic extremism is growing in Pakistan.

[2] Pakistani officials say a suicide bomber killed at least 25 people in the countries northwest on Saturday. About 35 other people were wounded in the attack. The bomb exploded at a gathering of Awami National Party's supporters in the town of Charsadda in northwest frontier province. Also on Saturday about 100 000 people attended a Pakistan People's Party gathering in southern Sindh province. It was the opposition group's first major gathering since the killing of its leader Benazir Bhutto. in December. Ms Bhutto's husband Asif Ali Zardari now leads the party and spoke at the event.

[3] American Defense Secretary, Robert Gates has urged European governments to send more troops to Afghanistan. He spoke at an International Security Conference in Munich, Germany. Mr Gates said the threat of Islamic extremism is real. He said Europeans may not understand the full danger of it and how directly it could affect them.

[4] Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has promised to find anyone responsible for attacks on Israel from Gaza. He spoke after a young boy lost a leg in such a rocket attack. Mr Olmert said that Israel will continue to target terrorists and those who support them. The Israeli Prime Minister gave the warning during a meeting with cabinet leaders. Israeli medical workers say the boy was wounded on Saturday when a rocket landed in the southern Israeli town of Sderot. The boy's brother also was hurt. Palestinians reported that Israel later launched a series of air attacks against the Gaza Strip. Reports say a Hamas fighter was killed and several people were wounded.

[5] The United States Military says documents captured from leaders of al Qaeda in Iraq show that the group has been weakened in at least two areas of the country. The military says a letter written by a top al Qaeda leader gives an unhopeful report on the group's position in Anbar province. The letter reportedly was found in November. United States military also says a collection of writings by another al Qaeda leader says the group's activities have been restricted. The writer blames neighbourhood security groups supported by the United States.

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And that brings us along to 15:30 universal time, at the top of the news at this hour:

(1) The top United State’s military officer has met with Pakistani commanders in the northwest frontier province. Admiral Michael Mullen visited provincial capital Peshawar to discuss Pakistani military efforts against Quetta and the Taliban in the border area with Afghanistan. On Saturday Admiral Mullen met in Islamabad with Pakistan president Perves Musharraf and Army Chief Ashafaq Parvez Kayani. The American military official said the threat of Islamic extremism is growing in Pakistan.

(2) Pakistani official said a suicide bomber killed at least 25 people in the country’s northwest on Saturday, about 35 other people were wounded in the attack. The bomber exploded at the gathering of Awami National Party supporters in the town of Charsadda in the northwest frontier province. Also on Saturday, about 100 thousand people attended a Pakistan people’s party gathering in southern sind province. It was the opposition group first major gathering since the killing of his leader Benazir Bhutto in December. Miss. Bhutto’s husband Asif Ali Zardari now leads the party and spoke at the event.

(3) American defense secretary Robert Gates has urged European government to send more troops to Afghanistan. He spoke at an international security conference in Munich, Germany. Mr.gates said the threat of Islamic extremism is real. He said Europeans may not understand the full danger of it and how directly it could affect them.

(4) Israel Prime Minister Ehud Olmet has promised to find anyone responsible for a attack on Israel from Gaza. he spoke after a young boy lost a leg in such a rocket attack. Mr. Olmet said Israel will continue to target terrorists and those who support them. The Israeli prime minister gave the warning during a meeting with cabinet leaders. Israel medic worker said boy was wounded on Saturday when a rocket landed in the southern Israeli town of Sderot. The boy’s brother also was hurt. Palestinian reported that Israel later launch a serials of air attacks against the Gaza strip. Reporters say a HAMAS fighter was killed and several people were wounded.

(5) The United State military says Document captured from leaders of Qaeda in Iraq show the group has been weakened in at least two areas of the country. The military says a letter writen by a top Oaeda leader give an unhopeful report on the groups position in Anba province. The letter reportedly was found in November. United States military also says a collection of writings by another Oaeda leader says the groups activities have been restricted. The writer blames neighborhood security groups supported by the untied states.

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and that brings us along to 15:30 universal time, at the top of the news at this hour:
The top United State’s military officer has met with Pakistani commanders in the northwest frontier province. Admiral Michael Mullen visited provincial capital Peshawar to discuss Pakistani military efforts against Quetta and the Taliban in the border area with Afghanistan. On Saturday Admiral Mullen met in Islamabad with Pakistan president Perves Musharraf and Army Chief Ashafaq Parvez Kayani. The American military official said the threat of Islamic extremism is growing in Pakistan.
Pakistani official said a suicide bomber killed at least 25 people in the country’s northwest on Saturday, about 35 other people were wounded in the attack. The bomber exploded at the gathering of Awami National Party supporters in the town of Charsadda in the northwest frontier province. Also on Saturday, about 100 thousand people attended a Pakistan people’s party gathering in southern sind province. It was the opposition group first major gathering since the killing of his leader Benazir Bhutto in December. Miss. Bhutto’s husband Asif Ali Zardari now leads the party and spoke at the event.
American defense secretary Robert Gates has urged European government to send more troops to Afghanistan. He spoke at an international security conference in Munich, Germany. Mr.gates said the threat of Islamic extremism is real. He said Europeans may not understand the full danger of it and how directly it could affect them.
Israel Prime Minister Ehud Olmet has promised to find anyone responsible for a attack on Israel from Gaza. he spoke after a young boy lost a leg in such a rocket attack. Mr. Olmet said Israel will continue to target terrorists and those who support them. The Israeli prime minister gave the warning during a meeting with cabinet leaders. Israel medic worker said boy was wounded on Saturday when a rocket landed in the southern Israeli town of Sderot. The boy’s brother also was hurt. Palestinian reported that Israel later launch a serials of air attacks against the Gaza strip. Reporters say a HAMAS fighter was killed and several people were wounded.
The United State military says Document captured from leaders of Qaeda in Iraq show the group has been weakened in at least two areas of the country. The military says a letter writen by a top Oaeda leader give an unhopeful report on the groups position in Anba province. The letter reportedly was found in November. United States military also says a collection of writings by another Oaeda leader says the groups activities have been restricted. The writer blames neighborhood security groups supported by the untied states.
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And that brings us along to 15:30 Universal Time.


[1] At the top of the news at this hour, the top United States military officer has met with Pakistani commanders in North-West Frontier province. Admiral Mike Mullen visited the provincial capital Peshawar to discuss Pakistani military efforts against al-Qaeda and the taliban in the border area with Afghanistan. On Saturday, Admiral Mullen met in Islamabad with Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf and army chief Ashfaq Parvez Kayani. The American military official said the threat of Islamic extremism is growing in Pakistan.

[2] Pakistani officials say a suicide bomber killed at least 25 people in the countries northwest on Saturday. About 35 other people were wounded in the attack. The bomb exploded at a gathering of Awami National Party's supporters in the town of Charsadda in North-West Frontier province. Also on Saturday about 100,000 people attended a Pakistan People's Party gathering in southern Sindh province. It was the opposition group's first major gathering since the killing of its leader Benazir Bhutto in December. Ms Bhutto's husband Asif Ali Zardari now leads the party and spoke at the event.

[3] American Defense Secretary Robert Gates has urged European governments to send more troops to Afghanistan. He spoke at an International Security Conference in Munich, Germany. Mr. Gates said the threat of Islamic extremism is real. He said Europeans may not understand the full danger of it and how directly it could affect them.

[4] Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has promised to find anyone responsible for attacks on Israel from Gaza. He spoke after a young boy lost a leg in such a rocket attack. Mr. Olmert said that Israel will continue to target terrorists and those who support them. The Israeli prime minister gave the warning during a meeting with cabinet leaders. Israeli medical workers say the boy was wounded on Saturday when a rocket landed in the southern Israeli town of Sderot. The boy's brother also was hurt. Palestinians reported that Israel later launched a series of air attacks against the Gaza Strip. Reports say a Hamas fighter was killed and several people were wounded.

[5] The United States military says documents captured from leaders of al-Qaeda in Iraq show that the group has been weakened in at least two areas of the country. The military says a letter written by a top al-Qaeda leader gives an unhopeful report on the group's position in Anbar province. The letter reportedly was found in November. The United States military also says a collection of writings by another al-Qaeda leader says the group's activities have been restricted. The writer blames neighbourhood security groups supported by the United States.

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