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

 

Kenya's rival political leaders have agreed to form a coalition government in an effort to end the country's political crisis. Former United Nations chief Kofi Annan announced the details of the agreement after President Mwai Kibaki, opposition leader Raila Odinga and other officials signed the deal in Nairobi today. Mr. Annan said Kenya will have a prime minister with powers to supervise the affairs of government. He said the prime minister will be a member of the party or coalition that controls parliament.

 

US Defence Secretary Robert Gates says he has urged Turkey to quickly end its incursion into Iraq but that Washington will not cut off intelligence to Ankara to try to stop the operation. "This morning I told the Defense Minister what I have said before that the United States believes that the current operation must be as short and as precisely targeted as possible. The Turkish government should make clear to the Iraqi government and everyone concerned exactly what their intentions are and the limited goals and scope of their operations."  Gates says he shared Washington's position with Turkish President Abdullah Gul and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara today. He also discussed the situation with Turkey's Defence Minister Vecdi Gonul. After meeting with Gates today in Ankara, Gonul told reporters Turkish forces will stay in Iraq as long as necessary to stop Kurdish rebels based there. "Turkish soldiers entered the area, no civilian dwelling, no village, nothing, only PKK camps and establishments. So, after finishing all these infrastructures, there is no need to stay there." Again, that is Turkey's Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul.

 

Intelligence officials and witnesses in Pakistan's South Waziristan tribal area say an apparent missile strike has killed at least 13 people, several of whom appeared to be foreigners. VOA's Barry Newhouse reports.

 

The early morning blast occurred at a residence in Kaloosha village in Pakistan's volatile tribal region near the Afghan border. Witnesses described an enormous explosion that rattled windows as far as 10 kilometers away. Similar to previous explosions that are attributed to covert US missile strikes on al-Qaeda (or Al Qaeda) targets, Pakistani and American officials said they had no knowledge of the incident. US forces are officially barred from operating on Pakistani soil. But news media have reported that intelligence officials in both countries acknowledged there is a secret arrangement permitting US missile strikes against al-Qaeda targets in the tribal regions. Last month an explosion in North Waziristan killed Abu Laith al-Libi, a man considered to be a top aide to Osama bin Laden. Barry Newhouse, VOA News, Islamabad.

 

At least 11 Palestinians were killed and one Israeli wounded on Thursday as Israeli air strikes targeted Palestinian militants in Gaza and those militants fired rockets at southern Israel. Among the dead were four Palestinian children who were reportedly struck by a missile while playing football. VOA's Jim Teeple has more details.

 

Israeli air strikes hit multiple targets in the Gaza Strip but Palestinian militants continued firing rockets at southern Israel, targeting the town of Sderot. The stepped up Israeli attacks followed the death of an Israeli man late Wednesday. Israeli government spokesman David Baker says Israel will not tolerate the continued rocket attacks. "The current situation in which Israeli towns and cities are hit with daily barrages is untenable for Israel." Speaking in Tokyo, where he is on a state visit, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said the rocket attacks could affect contacts with moderate Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's government. US Secretary of State Condaleezza Rice who met with Mr. Olmert in Tokyo said the rocket attacks need to stop. She blamed Hamas militants for starting the problem by seizing power in Gaza last year when they ousted Mr. Abbas's Fatah forces from the territory. Rice is due to visit Israel and the Palestinian territories next week in an effort to get Israelis and Palestinians to make some progress in peace talks. Jim Teeple, VOA News, Jerusalem.

 

Former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has returned home to face corruption charges 17 months after being deposed in a military coup. Mr. Thaksin was greeted by thousands of cheering supporters when he arrived at Bangkok's airport today. In an emotional gesture of gratitude, he fell to his knees and put his head to the ground.

 

More details on these and more at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo in Washington, VOA News.

 

Vocabulary

 

untenable: incapable of being defended or justified.adj,不能维持的,支持不住的.

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From the VOA news center in Washington,I'm Frances Alonzo.
Kenya's rival political leaders have agreed to form a coalition government in an effort to end the country's political crisis. Former United Nations chief Kofi Annan announced the details of the agreement after president Mwai Kibaki, opposition leader Raila Odinga and other officials signed the deal in Nairobi today. Mr.Annan said Kenya will have a prime minister with powers to supervise the affairs of government.He said the prime minister will be a member of the party of a coalition that controls parliament.
US Defence Secretary Robert Gates says he has urged Turkey to  quickly end its incursion into Iraq but that Washington will not cut off intelligence to Ankara to try to stop the operation."This morning I told the Defence Minister what I said before that the United States believes that the current operation must be short and precisely targeted as possible.The Turkish government should make clear to the Iraqi government and everyone concerned exactly what their intensions are and limited goals and scope of their operations. Mr.Gates said he shared Washington's position with Turkish President Abdullah Gul and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara today.He also discussed the situation with Turkish Defence Minister Vecdi Gonul.After meeting with Gates today in Ankara,Gonul told reporters Turkish forces will stand in Iraq as long as necessary to stop Kurdish rebels based there."Turkish soldiers entered the area,no civilian dwelling,no village,nothing only PKK camps and establishment so after finishing the oldest infrastructures,there is no need to stay there."That is Turkish Defence Minister Vecdi Gonul.
Intelligence officials and witnesses in Pakistan's South Waziristan tribal area say apparent missile strikers killed at least 13 people several of whom appeared to be foreigners.VOA's Berry Newhouse reports."The early morning blast occurred in the residents in / village in Pakistan's volatile tribal region near the Afghan border.Witnesses described an enormous explosion that rattled windows as far as ten kilometers away.Similar two previous explosions set attributed to coward US missile strikes on Al-Qaeda targets.Pakistani and American officials said they had no knowledge of the incident.US forces are officially barred from operating on Pakistani soil.But news media have reported that intelligence officials in both countries acknowledge there is a secret arrangement permitting US missile strikes against Al-Qaeda targets in the tribal regions.Last month an explosion in the north Waziristan killed Abu Laith al-Libi,a man considered to be a top aide to Osama Bin Laden.Berry Newhouse,VOA news,Islamabad."
At least 11 Palestinians were killed and one Israeli wounded on Thursday as Israeli airstrikes targeted Palestinian militants in Gaza and those militants fired rockets at southern Israel.Among the dead were four Palestinian children who were reportedly struck by a missile while playing football.VOA's Jame Tiple has more details. "Israeli airstrikes hit multiple targets in the Gaza strip but Palestinian militants continued firing rockets at southern Israel, targeting the town of /.The stepped up Israel attacks followed the death of an Israeli man late Wednesday.Israeli government spokesman David Bakers says Israel will not tolerate to continued rocket attacks."The current situation in which Israeli towns and cities are hit with daily blasts is untenable for Israel."Speaking in Tokyo while he is on a state visit,Israeli prime minister Ahud Olmert said the rocket attacks could affect contacts with moderate Palestinian president Mahud Abbas's government.US Secretary of State Condaleezza Rice who met with Mr.Olmert in Tokyo said the rocket attack need a stop.She blamed Hamas militants for starting the problem by seizing power in Gaza last year when they ousted Mr.Abbas's Fatah forces from the territory.Rice is due to visit Israel and the Palestinian territories next week in an effort to get Israelis and Palestinians to make some progress in peace talks.Jame Tiple,VOA news,Jerusalem."
Former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has returned home to face corruption charges 17 months after being deposed in a military coup.Mr.Thaksin was greeted by thousands of cheering supporters when he arrived at a Bangkok's airport today.In an emotional gesture of gratitude,he / his knees and put his head at the ground.
More details on these and more on voanews.com.I'm Frances Alonzo,Washington,VOA news.
 

 

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

 

Kenya's rival political leaders have agreed to form a coalition goverment in an effort to end the country's political crisis. Former United Nations' chief Kofi Annan announced  details of the agreement while president Mwai Kibaki, opposition leader Raila Odinga and other officials  signed the deal in Nairobi today. Mr. Annan said Kenya will have a prime minister with power to supervise the affairs of government. He said the prime minister will be a member of the party coalition control's parliament.

 

US defense secretary Robert Gates says he has urged Turkey to quickly end its incursion into Iraq, but Washington will not cut off intelligence on ground  to stop the operation. "This morning I told defense miniter what I said before that the United States believes that the current operation must be a short and pricisely targeted as possible. The Turkish goverment should make it clear to Iraqi goverment ever one concerns exactly what they intentions are and limited goal and scope of their operations."  Gates says he shared Washinton positions with Turkish president A G and prime minster R C today. He also discusses the situation with Turkish defense minister V G. After meeting with Gates today, V D told reporters Turkish forces will stay in Iraq as long as necessary to stop Kurdish rebels based there. "Turkish soldiers entered the area, no civilian do any, no villiage, nothing, only PKK camps and establishments. So after finishing all these instructed attacks, it is not need to stay there." In that Turkish defense minister.

 

Intelligence officials and witnesses in Pakistani south M tribal area say apparent missile strikes killed at least 13 people, several of whome appeared to be foreigners. VOA's B  N reports.

 

The early morning blast occurred in a residence in a collusion villiage in Pakistani Volatile tribal region near the Afghan border. Witnesses described it as a normal explosion that rattled windows as far as 10 kilometers away. Similarly previous explosion set on atributing to covert US missile strike on Al-Qaida targets. Pakistani and Amerian official say they had knowledge of the incident. US forces are officially bared from operating in Pakistani soil. But news media has reported that intelligence officials in both countres acknowledge there is a secret arrangement permitting US missile strikes agains Al-Qaida targets in the tribal regions. Last month, an explosion in north I killed A l, a man considered to be top aide to Osam Bin Ladden. B N, VOA news, Islamabad.

 

At least 11 Palestinians were killed and 1 Israeli wounded on Thursday as Israeli air strikes targeted Palestinians militants in Gaza. A  militant fired rockets at southen Irael. Among the dead were  four Palestinian children who were reportedly struk by a missile when playing football.  VOA's Jim Taple has more detail.

 

Israeli air stikes hit multiple targets in the Gaza Strip but Palestinian militants continue to fire rockets in southern Isrel, targeting the T.  To step up Israeli attacks follow the death of Israeli man late Wednesday. Israeli government spokesman David Becker says Israel will not tolerate the continued rocket attacks. "The current situation in which Israeli counter city was hit with is untolerable to Israel." Speaking in Tokyo, where on his state visit, Israeli prime minster Omert said the rocketed attacks could affect contact with moderate Palestinian president  Abbas government. US secretay of state C Rice, who met with Mr. Omert in Tokyo, said rocket attacks need to stop. He blmed Hamas militants for starting the problem by seizing power in Gaza last year when they ousted Mr. Abbas's Fatar forces from the territory. Rice is due to visit Israel and Palestinian territory next week in an effort to get Israelis-palestinians to make some progresses in peace talks. Jim Taple, VOA news, Jerusalem.

 

Former Thai prime minister T has returned home to face corruption charges 17 months of being deposed in a military coup. Mr. T was greeted by thousands of cheering supporters when he arrived at Bangkok airport today in an emotion and just gratitude he found  his needs, put the head on the ground.

 

More details on this and more at vosnews.com. I am Frances Alonzo, Washington, VOA news.

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

 

Kenya's rival political leaders have agreed to form a coalition government in an effort to end the country's political crisis. Former United Nations' chief Kofi Annan announced details of the agreement while President Mwai Kibaki, opposition leader Raila Odinga and other officials signed the deal in Nairobi today. Mr. Annan said Kenya will have a prime minister with power to supervise the affairs of government. He said the prime minister will be a member of the party of coalition that controls parliament.

 

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates says he has urged Turkey to quickly end its incursion into Iraq, but that Washington will not cut off intelligence in Ankara  to try to stop the operation. "This morning I told the defense minister what I said before that the United States believes that the current operation must be as short and precisely targeted as possible. The Turkish government should make it clear to Iraqi government everyone concerned exactly what they intentions are and the limited goals and scope of their operations."  Gates says he shared Washinton positions with Turkish president A G and Prime Minister R C today. He also discusses the situation with Turkish defense minister V G. After meeting with Gates today, V D told reporters Turkish forces will stay in Iraq as long as necessary to stop Kurdish rebels based there.

 

"Turkish soldiers entered the area, no civilian dwelling, no village, nothing, only PKK camps and establishments. So after finishing all these instructed attacks, it is not need to stay there." And that is the Turkish Defense Minister.

 

Intelligence officials and witnesses in Pakistani south M tribal area say an apparent missile strike has killed at least 13 people, several of whom appeared to be foreigners. VOA's B  N reports.

 

The early morning blast occurred in a residence in a collusion village in Pakistan’s Volatile tribal region near the Afghan border. Witnesses described in an enormous explosion that rattled windows as far as 10 kilometers away. Similarly to previous explosion set on atributing to covert US missile strikes on Al-Qaida targets. Pakistani and American official said that they had no knowledge of the incident. US forces are officially barred from operating on Pakistani soil. But news media have reported that intelligence officials in both countries acknowledged there is a secret arrangement permitting US missile strikes against Al-Qaida targets in the tribal regions. Last month, an explosion in north I killed A l, a man considered to be top aide to Osam Bin Ladden. B N, VOA news, Islamabad.

 

At least 11 Palestinians were killed and 1 Israeli wounded on Thursday as Israeli air strikes targeted Palestinians militants in Gaza. A militant fired rockets at southern Israel. Among the dead were four Palestinian children who were reportedly struck by a missile when playing football.  VOA's Jim Taple has more detail.

 

Israeli air strikes hit multiple targets in the Gaza Strip but Palestinian militants continue firing rockets in southern Israel, targeting the T.  The stepped-up Israeli attacks followed the death of an Israeli man late Wednesday. Israeli government spokesman David Becker says Israel will not tolerate the continued rocket attacks.

 

"The current situation in which Israeli counties and cities were hit with ** is untellable for Israel." Speaking in Tokyo, where he is on his state visit, Israeli prime minster Omert said the rocket attacks could affect contacts with moderate Palestinian president  Abbas government. US Secretary of State C Rice, who met with Mr. Omert in Tokyo, said the rocket attacks need to stop. She blamed Hamas militants for starting the problem by seizing power in Gaza last year when they ousted Mr. Abbas's Fatar forces from the territory. Rice is due to visit Israel and Palestinian territories next week in an effort to get Israelis-Palestinians to make some progresses in peace talks. Jim Taple, VOA news, Jerusalem.

 

Former Thai prime minister T has returned home to face corruption charges 17 months of being deposed in a military coup. Mr. T was greeted by thousands of cheering supporters when he arrived at Bangkok’s airport today in an emotional gesture gratitude he fell on his knees and put his head to the ground.

 

More details on this and more at vosnews.com. I am Frances Alonzo, Washington, VOA news.

 

 

  

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Intelligence: n. Secret information that is collected about a foreign country especially one that is an enemy;情报,信息(Oxford Advanced learner’s English-Chinese Dictionary)

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intelligence 情报部门:从事收集情报的机构,人员或政府机关

例:CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) 美国中央情报局

 

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

 

Kenya's rival political leaders have agreed to form a coalition government in an effort to end the country's political crisis. Former United Nations chief Kofi Annan announced details of the agreement after President Mwai Kibaki, oppositional leader Raila Odinga and other officials signed the deal in Nairobi today. Mr. Annan said Kenya will have a prime minister with powers to supervise the affairs of government. He said the prime minister will be a member of the party of coalition that controls parliament.

 

U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says he has urged Turkey to quickly end its incursion into Iraq, but that Washington will not cut off intelligence to Ankara to try to stop the operation. "This morning I told the Defense Minister what I have said before, that the United States believes that the current operation must be as short and as precisely targeted as possible. The Turkish government should make clear to the Iraqi government and everyone concerned exactly what their intentions are and the limited goals and scope of their operations." And Gates says he shared Washington's position with Turkish President Abdullah Gul and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara today. He also discussed the situation with Turkey's Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul. After meeting with Gates today in Ankara, Gonul told reporters Turkish forces will stand in Iraq as long as necessary to stop Kurdish rebels based there. "Turkish soldiers entered the area, no civilian dwelling, no village, nothing, only, only PKK camps and establishments. So, after finishing all these infrastructures, there is no need to stay there." Again, that is Turkey's Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul.

 

Intelligence officials and witnesses in Pakistan's south Waziristan tribal area say an apparent missile strike has killed at least 13 people, several of whom appeared to be foreigners. VOA's Barry Newhouse reports.

 

The early morning blast occurred at a residence in Kaloosha village in Pakistan's volatile tribal region near the Afghan border. Witnesses described an enormous explosion that rattled windows as far as 10 kilometers away. Similar to previous explosions that are attributed to covert U.S. missile strikes on Al-Qaeda targets, Pakistani and American officials said they had no knowledge of the incident. U.S. forces are officially barred from operating on Pakistani soil, but news media have reported that intelligence officials in both countries acknowledged there is a secret arrangement permitting U.S. missile strikes against Al-Qaeda targets in the tribal regions. Last month, an explosion in north Waziristan killed Abu Laith al-Libi, a man considered to be a top aide to Osama bin Laden. Barry Newhouse, VOA News, Islamabad.

 

At least 11 Palestinians were killed and one Israeli wounded on Thursday as Israeli air strikes targeted Palestinian militants in Gaza and those militants fired rockets at southern Israel. Among the dead were four Palestinian children who were reportedly struck by a missile while playing football. VOA's Jim Teeple has more details.

 

Israeli air strikes hit multiple targets in the Gaza Strip but Palestinian militants continued firing rockets at southern Israel. Targeting the town of Sderot, the stepped up Israeli attacks follow the death of an Israeli man late Wednesday. Israeli government spokesman David Baker says Israel will not tolerate the continued rocket attacks. "The current situation in which Israeli towns and cities are hit with daily barrages is untenable for Israel." Speaking in Tokyo, where he is on a state visit, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said the rocket attacks could affect contacts with moderate Palestinian President Mohammed Abbas's government. U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice who met with Mr. Olmert in Tokyo said the rocket attacks need to stop. She blamed Hamas militants for starting the problem by seizing power in Gaza last year when they ousted Mr. Abbas's Fatah forces from the territory. Rice is due to visit Israel and the Palestinian territories next week in an effort to get Israelis and Palestinians to make some progress in peace talks. Jim Teeple, VOA News, Jerusalem.

 

Former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has returned home to face corruption charges 17 months after being deposed in a military coup. Mr. Thaksin was greeted by thousands of cheering supporters when he arrived at Bangkok's airport today. In an emotional jesture of gratitude he fell on his knees and put his head to the ground.

 

More details on this and more at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo in Washington, VOA News.

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

 

Kenya's rival political leaders have agreed to form a coalition government in an effort to end the country's political crisis. Former United Nations chief Kofi Annan announced the details of the agreement after president Mwai Kibaki, opposition leader Raila Odinga and other officials signed the deal in Nairobi today. Mr. Annan said Kenya will have a prime minister with powers to supervise the affairs of government. He said the prime minister will be a member of the party of / coalition that controls parliament.

 

US Defence Secretary Robert Gates says he has urged Turkey to quickly end its incursion into Iraq but that Washington will not cut off intelligence to Ankara to try to stop the operation. "This morning I told the Defense Minister what I have said before that the United States believes that the current operation must be as short and precisely targeted as possible. The Turkish government should make clear to the Iraqi government and everyone concerned exactly what their intensions are and the limited goals and scope of their operations. And Gates says he shared Washington's position with Turkish President Abdullah Gul and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara today. He also discussed the situation with Turkish Defence Minister Vecdi Gonul. After meeting with Gates today in Ankara, Gonul told reporters Turkish forces will stand in Iraq as long as necessary to stop Kurdish rebels based there." Turkish soldiers entered the area, no civilian dwelling, no village, nothing, only PKK camps and establishments. So, after finishing all these infrastructures, there is no need to stay there." Again, that is Turkey's Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul.

 

Intelligence officials and witnesses in Pakistan's South Waziristan tribal area say an apparent missile strike has killed at least 13 people, several of whom appeared to be foreigners. VOA's Barry Newhouse reports.

 

The early morning blast occurred at a residence in Kaloosha village in Pakistan's volatile tribal region near the Afghan border. Witnesses described an enormous explosion that rattled windows as far as 10 kilometers away. Similar to previous explosions that are attributed to covert US missile strikes on Al-Qaeda targets, Pakistani and American officials said they had no knowledge of the incident. US forces are officially barred from operating on Pakistani soil. But news media have reported that intelligence officials in both countries acknowledged there is a secret arrangement permitting US missile strikes against Al-Qaeda targets in the tribal regions. Last month an explosion in the north Waziristan killed Abu Laith al-Libi, a man considered to be a top aide to Osama bin Laden. Barry Newhouse, VOA News, Islamabad.

 

At least 11 Palestinians were killed and one Israeli wounded on Thursday as Israeli air strikes targeted Palestinian militants in Gaza and those militants fired rockets at southern Israel.Among the dead were four Palestinian children who were reportedly struck by a missile while playing football. VOA's Jim Teeple has more details.

 

Israeli air strikes hit multiple targets in the Gaza Strip but Palestinian militants continued firing rockets at southern Israel. Targeting the town of Sderot, the stepped up Israel attacks followed the death of an Israeli man late Wednesday. Israeli government spokesman David Baker says Israel will not tolerate the continued rocket attacks. "The current situation in which Israeli towns and cities are hit with daily barrages is untenable for Israel." Speaking in Tokyo, where he is on a state visit, Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert said the rocket attacks could affect contacts with moderate Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's government. US Secretary of State Condaleezza Rice who met with Mr. Olmert in Tokyo said the rocket attacks need to stop. She blamed Hamas militants for starting the problem by seizing power in Gaza last year when they ousted Mr. Abbas's Fatah forces from the territory. Rice is due to visit Israel and the Palestinian territories next week in an effort to get Israelis and Palestinians to make some progress in peace talks. Jim Teeple, VOA News, Jerusalem.

 

Former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has returned home to face corruption charges 17 months after being deposed in a military coup. Mr. Thaksin was greeted by thousands of cheering supporters when he arrived at / Bangkok's airport today. In an emotional gesture of gratitude, he fell on his knees and put his head at the ground.

 

More details on these and more on voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo in Washington, VOA News.

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

 

Kenya's rival political leaders have agreed to form a coalition government in an effort to end the country's political crisis. Former United Nations chief Kofi Annan announced the details of the agreement after president Mwai Kibaki, opposition leader Raila Odinga and other officials signed the deal in Nairobi today. Mr. Annan said Kenya will have a prime minister with powers to supervise the affairs of government. He said the prime minister will be a member of the party of coalition that controls parliament.

 

US Defence Secretary Robert Gates says he has urged Turkey to quickly end its incursion into Iraq but that Washington will not cut off intelligence to Ankara to try to stop the operation. "This morning I told the Defense Minister what I have said before that the United States believes that the crime operation must be a short and as precisely targeted as possible. The Turkish government should make clear to the Iraqi government and everyone concerned exactly what their intentions are and the limited goals and scope of their operations. And Gates says he shared Washington's position with Turkish President Abdullah Gul and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara today. He also discussed the situation with Turkish Defence Minister Vecdi Gonul. After meeting with Gates today in Ankara, Gonul told reporters Turkish forces will stand in Iraq as long as necessary to stop Kurdish rebels based there." Turkish soldiers entered the area, no civilian dwelling, no village, nothing, only PKK camps and establishments. So, after finishing all these infrastructures, there is no need to stay there." Again, that is Turkey's Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul.

 

Intelligence officials and witnesses in Pakistan's South Waziristan tribal area say an apparent missile strike has killed at least 13 people, several of whom appeared to be foreigners. VOA's Barry Newhouse reports.

 

The early morning blast occurred at a residence in Kaloosha village in Pakistan's volatile tribal region near the Afghan border. Witnesses described an enormous explosion that rattled windows as far as 10 kilometers away. Similar to previous explosions that are attributed to covert US missile strikes on Al-Qaeda targets, Pakistani and American officials said they had no knowledge of the incident. US forces are officially barred from operating on Pakistani soil. But news media have reported that intelligence officials in both countries acknowledged there is a secret arrangement permitting US missile strikes against Al-Qaeda targets in the tribal regions. Last month an explosion in the north Waziristan killed Abu Laith al-Libi, a man considered to be a top aide to Osama bin Laden. Barry Newhouse, VOA News, Islamabad.

 

At least 11 Palestinians were killed and one Israeli wounded on Thursday as Israeli air strikes targeted Palestinian militants in Gaza and those militants fired rockets at southern Israel.Among the dead were four Palestinian children who were reportedly struck by a missile while playing football. VOA's Jim Teeple has more details.

 

Israeli air strikes hit multiple targets in the Gaza Strip but Palestinian militants continued firing rockets at southern Israel. Targeting the town of Sderot, the stepped up Israel attacks followed the death of an Israeli man late Wednesday. Israeli government spokesman David Baker says Israel will not tolerate the continued rocket attacks. "The current situation in which Israeli towns and cities are hit with daily barrages is untenable for Israel." Speaking in Tokyo, where he is on a state visit, Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert said the rocket attacks could affect contacts with moderate Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's government. US Secretary of State Condaleezza Rice who met with Mr. Olmert in Tokyo said the rocket attacks need to stop. She blamed Hamas militants for starting the problem by seizing power in Gaza last year when they ousted Mr. Abbas's Fatah forces from the territory. Rice is due to visit Israel and the Palestinian territories next week in an effort to get Israelis and Palestinians to make some progress in peace talks. Jim Teeple, VOA News, Jerusalem.

 

Former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has returned home to face corruption charges 17 months after being deposed in a military coup. Mr. Thaksin was greeted by thousands of cheering supporters when he arrived at / Bangkok's airport today. In an emotional gesture of gratitude, he fell on his knees and put his head on the ground.

 

More details on these and more at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo in Washington, VOA News.

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homework: 6:37 From the VOA news center in Washington, I am Fransis Alenzil. Kenya's rival political leaders have agreed to form a coalition government in an effort to end the country's political crisis. Former United Nations chief Kofi Annan announced the details of the agreement after president Muwai Kibaki, opposition leader Riala Odingar and other officials signed the deal in Niroby today. Mr. Annan said Kenya will have a prime minister with powers to supervise the affairs of government. He said the prime minister will be a member of the party of coalition that controls parliament. US defense secretary Robert Gates says he has urged Turkey to quickly end its incurgen into Iraq but the Washington will not cut off intelligence to Ankora to try to stop the operation. This morning I told the defense minister what I've said before that the United States believes that the current operation must be a short and precisely targeted as possible. The Turkish government should make clear to the Iraqi government and everyone concern exactly what their intentions are and the limited goals and scope of the operations. Gates says he shared Washington's position with Turkish president Adeli Goal and prime minister Risif Tighyef Edwon in Ankora today. He also discussed situation with Turkey's defense minister Believe Shegonal after meeting with Gates today in Ankora Goanal told reporters Turkish forces will stay in Iraq as long as necessary to stop Kurdish rebels based there. Turkish soldiers entered the area no civilian duali, no village, nothing only take a care chambs establishment. So after finishing the all this infrastructures that is no need to stay there. And that is the Turkish defense minister Bech Digoanal. Intelligence officials and witnesses in Pakistan's south Rezoristan tribal area saying apparent missicle strike has killed at least 13 people several of whom appeared to be foreigners. VOA's Berry Newhouse reports. The early morning blast occured at a residence in Kolusha village in Pakistan Valouto tribal region near the Afghan border. Witnesses described an ennormous explosion that raddled windows as far as 10 kilometers away. So much to privious explosions that are tributed to Covert US misicle strikes on Al Quaed targets, Pakistani and American officials said they had no knowledge of the incident. US forces are officials barred from operating on Pakistani soil but news media have reported that intelligence officials in both countries acknowledge there is a secret arrangement permitting US misicle strikes against Al Quaed targets in the tribal regions. Last month an explosion in north Rizoristan killed Abu Lath Alibee a man considered to be a top aide to Asama Ben Laden. Berry New House, VOA news, Islamabad. At least 11 Palestanians were killed and one Israeli wounded on Thursday as Iaraeli airstrikes targeted Palestinian militants in Gaza and those militants fired rockets at southern Israel. Among the dead were four Palestinian children who were reportedly struke by a misicle while playing football. VOA's Jim Tipple has more details. Israeli airstrikes hit multible targets in the Gaza strip but Palestinian militants continued firing rocket at southern Israel, targeting the town of Shiterog. It stepped up Israel attacks followed the death of an Israeli man late Wednesday. Israeli government spokesman David Baker says Israel will not tolerate the continued rocket attacks. The current situation in which Israeli towns and cities are hit with galy brashiers as untenable for Israeli. Speaking at Tokyo where he is on a state visit Israeli prime minister Ahood Almert said the rocket attacks could affect contacts with moderate Palestinian president Muhamood Abbas's government. US secretary of state Kondoleeza Rice who met with Almert in Tokyo said the rocket attacks need to stop. She blamed Hamas militants restarting the problem by seizing power in Gaza last year when they ousted Mr. Abbas Fatah forces from the territory. Rice said due to visit Israel and the Palestinian territories next week. In an effort to get Israelis and Palestinians to make some progress and peace talks. Jim Tipple VOA news, Jerusalem. Former Thai prime minister Toxsin Shiniward has returned home to face corruption charges 17 months after being deposed in a military coup. Mr. Toxin was greeted by thousands of cheering supporters when she arrived Bangkok's airport today. In an emotional juster Grand Tudy bent his knees and put his head to the ground. More detail on this and more at voanews.com. I am Fransis Alenzil from Washington, VOA news. 7:01
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From the VOA news center in Washington, I'm Frances Alonzo.

 

Kenya's rival political leaders have agreed to form a coalition government in an effort to end the country's political crisis. Former United Nations chief Kofi Annan announced the details of the agreement after president Mwai Kibaki, opposition leader Raila Odinga and other officials signed the deal in Nairobi today. Mr. Annan said Kenya will have a prime minister with powers to supervise the affairs of government. He said the prime minister will be a member of the party of coalition that controls parliament.

 

US Defence Secretary Robert Gates says he has urged Turkey to quickly end its incursion into Iraq but that Washington will not cut off intelligence to Ankara to try to stop the operation. "This morning I told the Defense Minister what I have said before that the United States believes that the current operation must be as short and as precisely targeted as possible. The Turkish government should make clear to the Iraqi government and everyone concerned exactly what their intentions are and the limited goals and scope of their operations. And Gates says he shared Washington's position with Turkish President Abdullah Gul and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara today. He also discussed the situation with Turkish Defence Minister Vecdi Gonul. After meeting with Gates today in Ankara, Gonul told reporters Turkish forces will stand in Iraq as long as necessary to stop Kurdish rebels based there." Turkish soldiers entered the area, no civilian dwelling, no village, nothing, only PKK camps and establishments. So, after finishing all these infrastructures, there is no need to stay there." Again, that is Turkey's Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul.

 

Intelligence officials and witnesses in Pakistan's South Waziristan tribal area say an apparent missile strike has killed at least 13 people, several of whom appeared to be foreigners. VOA's Barry Newhouse reports.

 

The early morning blast occurred at a residence in Kaloosha village in Pakistan's volatile tribal region near the Afghan border. Witnesses described an enormous explosion that rattled windows as far as 10 kilometers away. Similar to previous explosions that are attributed to covert US missile strikes on Al-Qaeda targets, Pakistani and American officials said they had no knowledge of the incident. US forces are officially barred from operating on Pakistani soil. But news media have reported that intelligence officials in both countries acknowledged there is a secret arrangement permitting US missile strikes against Al-Qaeda targets in the tribal regions. Last month an explosion in the north Waziristan killed Abu Laith al-Libi, a man considered to be a top aide to Osama bin Laden. Barry Newhouse, VOA News, Islamabad.

 

At least 11 Palestinians were killed and one Israeli wounded on Thursday as Israeli air strikes targeted Palestinian militants in Gaza and those militants fired rockets at southern Israel. Among the dead were four Palestinian children who were reportedly struck by a missile while playing football. VOA's Jim Teeple has more details.

 

Israeli air strikes hit multiple targets in the Gaza Strip but Palestinian militants continued firing rockets at southern Israel. Targeting the town of Sderot, the stepped up Israel attacks followed the death of an Israeli man late Wednesday. Israeli government spokesman David Baker says Israel will not tolerate the continued rocket attacks. "The current situation in which Israeli towns and cities are hit with daily barrages is untenable for Israel." Speaking in Tokyo, where he is on a state visit, Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert said the rocket attacks could affect contacts with moderate Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's government. US Secretary of State Condaleezza Rice who met with Mr. Olmert in Tokyo said the rocket attacks need to stop. She blamed Hamas militants for starting the problem by seizing power in Gaza last year when they ousted Mr. Abbas's Fatah forces from the territory. Rice is due to visit Israel and the Palestinian territories next week in an effort to get Israelis and Palestinians to make some progress in peace talks. Jim Teeple, VOA News, Jerusalem.

 

Former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has returned home to face corruption charges 17 months after being deposed in a military coup. Mr. Thaksin was greeted by thousands of cheering supporters when he arrived at Bangkok's airport today. In an emotional gesture of gratitude, he fell on his knees and put his head to the ground.

 

More details on these and more at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo in Washington, VOA News.

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

 

Kenya's rival political leaders have agreed to form a coalition government in an effort to end the country's political crisis. Former United Nations chief Kofi Annan announced the details of the agreement after President Mwai Kibaki, opposition leader Raila Odinga and other officials signed the deal in Nairobi today. Mr. Annan said Kenya will have a prime minister with powers to supervise the affairs of government. He said the prime minister will be a member of the party or coalition that controls parliament.

 

US Defence Secretary Robert Gates says he has urged Turkey to quickly end its incursion into Iraq but that Washington will not cut off intelligence to Ankara to try to stop the operation. "This morning I told the Defense Minister what I have said before that the United States believes that the current operation must be as short and as precisely targeted as possible. The Turkish government should make clear to the Iraqi government and everyone concerned exactly what their intentions are and the limited goals and scope of their operations. " And Gates says he shared Washington's position with Turkish President Abdullah Gul and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara today. He also discussed the situation with Turkey's Defence Minister Vecdi Gonul. After meeting with Gates today in Ankara, Gonul told reporters Turkish forces will stay in Iraq as long as necessary to stop Kurdish rebels based there." Turkish soldiers entered the area of no civilian dwelling, no village, nothing, only PKK camps and establishments. So, after finishing all these infrastructures, there is no need to stay there." Again, that is Turkey's Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul.

 

Intelligence officials and witnesses in Pakistan's South Waziristan tribal area say an apparent missile strike has killed at least 13 people, several of whom appeared to be foreigners. VOA's Barry Newhouse reports.

 

The early morning blast occurred at a residence in Kaloosha village in Pakistan's volatile tribal region near the Afghan border. Witnesses described an enormous explosion that rattled windows as far as 10 kilometers away. Similar to previous explosions that are attributed to covert US missile strikes on al-Qaeda (or Al Qaeda) targets, Pakistani and American officials said they had no knowledge of the incident. US forces are officially barred from operating on Pakistani soil. But news media have reported that intelligence officials in both countries acknowledged there is a secret arrangement permitting US missile strikes against al-Qaeda targets in the tribal regions. Last month an explosion in / North Waziristan killed Abu Laith al-Libi, a man considered to be a top aide to Osama bin Laden. Barry Newhouse, VOA News, Islamabad.

 

At least 11 Palestinians were killed and one Israeli wounded on Thursday as Israeli air strikes targeted Palestinian militants in Gaza and those militants fired rockets at southern Israel. Among the dead were four Palestinian children who were reportedly struck by a missile while playing football. VOA's Jim Teeple has more details.

 

Israeli air strikes hit multiple targets in the Gaza Strip but Palestinian militants continued firing rockets at southern Israel, targeting the town of Sderot. The stepped up Israeli attacks followed the death of an Israeli man late Wednesday. Israeli government spokesman David Baker says Israel will not tolerate the continued rocket attacks. "The current situation in which Israeli towns and cities are hit with daily barrages is untenable for Israel." Speaking in Tokyo, where he is on a state visit, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said the rocket attacks could affect contacts with moderate Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's government. US Secretary of State Condaleezza Rice who met with Mr. Olmert in Tokyo said the rocket attacks need to stop. She blamed Hamas militants for starting the problem by seizing power in Gaza last year when they ousted Mr. Abbas's Fatah forces from the territory. Rice is due to visit Israel and the Palestinian territories next week in an effort to get Israelis and Palestinians to make some progress in peace talks. Jim Teeple, VOA News, Jerusalem.

 

Former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has returned home to face corruption charges 17 months after being deposed in a military coup. Mr. Thaksin was greeted by thousands of cheering supporters when he arrived at Bangkok's airport today. In an emotional gesture of gratitude, he fell to his knees and put his head to the ground.

 

More details on these and more at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo in Washington, VOA News.

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