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

 

The Turkish military says its troops have pulled out of northern Iraq after an aggressive assault on Kurdish separatist rebels. Turkey's military general staff says troops returned to their bases in Turkey today after receiving their goals, rather after achieving their goals, against the PKK rebels. The military says it killed 240 PKK rebels and lost 27 of its own soldiers in a week of fighting. However, the PKK says it killed about 100 Turkish troops and lost 5 of its fighters.

 

Iraqi officials say the country's presidential council has approved the execution of Saddam Hussein's cousin Ali Hassan al-Majid, known as "Chemical Ali". No date has been set for Majid's execution. Majid was given the nickname "Chemical Ali" due to his role in poison gas attacks and mass killings of Kurds in northern Iraq during the 1980s.

 

A top Israeli official has warned that Israel will invade the Gaza Strip in response to Palestinian rocket fire which has continued despite stepped-up Israeli air strikes this week. Israel's deputy defense minister told Israel radio today the Jewish state has no choice but to launch a wide-scale military operation in Hamas-controlled Gaza. Meanwhile, in Gaza today tens of thousands of Palestinians took to the streets to denounce Israeli air strikes that have killed at least 32 people, about half of them civilians in recent days.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has called for Colombia's main rebel group to release French-Colombian hostage Ingrid Betancourt before she dies in captivity. For VOA, Terry FitzPatrick reports from Cape Town that Mr. Sarkozy has offered to fly to Colombia if rebels demand his personal involvement.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy is visiting South Africa but says he has been in touch with two hostages released earlier this week by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, a rebel group also known as FARC. Through a translator Mr. Sarkozy said the hostages told harrowing tales of their captivity and said Ingrid Betancourt is very ill and is being mistreated.

 

"Forgive me for speaking bluntly but I speak from the heart. Mr. Perez and Gloria Polanco shared with us their experiences and they are terrifying, terrifying in terms of the cruelty that they described and the barbarism which literally makes one feel sick. And it is something that the FARC need to understand. The martyrdom of Ingrid Betancourt is in some sense the martyrdom of the whole of France."

 

Betancourt has dual French-Colombian citizenship and has been held hostage for six years. She is a former presidential candidate and one of about 750 hostages that FARC is believed to be holding. Terry FitzPatrick, VOA News, Cape Town, South Africa.

 

The United States and China have signed an agreement for Chinese researchers to provide the U.S. military with information from Chinese archives. That information may help shed light on the fate of some of the 8,100 Americans still missing or unaccounted for from the Korean War. VOA's Stephanie Ho reports.                                                             
                                                              
The deal was signed in Shanghai Friday by China's Ministry of National Defense and a US Defense Department official. Under the new arrangement, Chinese archivists will provide information about American servicemen held in Chinese Prison of War camps during the Korean War, which lasted from 1950 to 1953. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Charles Ray represented the American side. "Any time we get access to new information that might open up leads to cases of people we haven't accounted for, it's a big deal." Ray says the U.S. has received information from Chinese archives in the past, but that these essence have been episodic. He says the new pact marks the first time the U.S. side will have sustained access to Chinese archival information. Ray says there is an urgency to resolve as many cases as possible from a war that was fought more than 50 years ago. Witnesses are disappearing, and relatives are dying without knowing what happened to their loved ones. Stephanie Ho, VOA News, Beijing.
                             
A Chinese national wanted for the murder of his wife in New Zealand has been apprehended in the United States. Authorities say he was recognized by a group of Chinese nationals in Atlanta who phisically restrained him until police arrived. Chamblee Police chief Marc Johnson. "He lost the scuffle badly. They ultimately had pulled his pants down around his ankles, tied up his legs with his pants and tied his hands up with his belt, and turned him over to the officers when I got there." Xue will be extradited to New Zealand to face the murder charge.

 

More details at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA News.

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homework: 9:54 From the VOA news center in Washington, I am Fransis Alenzil. The Turkish military says its troops have pulled out of northern Iraq after an aggressive assault on Kurdish separatist rebels. Turkey's military general Staff says troops returned to their bases in Turkey today after receiving their goals, rather after achieving goals, against PKK rebels. The military says it killed 240 PKK rebels and lost 27 of its own soldiers in the week of fighting. However the PKK it killed about 100 Turkish troops and lost 5 of its fighters. Iraqi officials say the country's presidential council has approved the execution of Sadam Houssein's cousin Ali Harson Al Majee known as chemical Ali. No date has been set for Majee's execution, Majeed was given the nickname chemical Ali due to his role in poison gas attack and mass killings of Kurds in northern Iraq during the 1980's. A top Israeli official has warned that Israel will embate the Gaza strip and respond to Palestinian rocket fire which has continued despite stepped up Israeli airstrikes this week. Israel's deputy defense minister told Israel radio today the Jewish state has choice but to launch a wide scale military operation in Hamas controlled Gaza. Meanwhile in Gaza today tens of thousands of Palestinians took to the streets to dennounced Israeli airstrikes that have killed at least 32 people about half of them civilians in recent days. French president Nicola Sokuzi has called Columnbia's main rebel group to release a French Columnbian hostage Ingrid Benticort before she dies in captivity. For VOA, Terry Fitspachor reports from Captown, that Mr. Sakuzi has offered to flight to Columbia if the rebels demand his personal involvement. French presient Nicola Sakozi is visiting south Africa but says he has been in touch with two hostages released earlier this week by the revolutionary armed forces of Columbia, a rebel group also known as Fark. Through a translator Mr. Sakozi said the hostages told heavy intails of the captivity. And said Engrid Bentancort is very ill and has been mistreated. So goodness of speaking branchly but I speak from the heart Mr. Baras and Laria Pulancal shared with a story experience and they are terrified. Terrifying in terms of the cruety that base described and the babarism which litruly makes one feel sick and there is something that the Fark need to understand, the mathidum of Engrid Betancol in some sense the martidem of the holy France. Betancort has dual French Columbian citizenship and has been held hostage for 6 years. She is a former presidential candidate and one of about 750 hostages that Farkis believed to be holding. Terry fitspatric Captown south Africa. The United States and China have signed an agreement for Chinese researches to provide the US military with information from Chinese archieves. That information may help shared light on the fate on some of the 81 hundred American still missing or unaccounted for from the Korea war. VOA Stefiny Help reports. The deal was signed in Shanghai Friday by Chinese ministry of national defense and US defense department official. Under the new arrangement, Chinese archieves will provide information about American serviceman held in Chinese prison of warcrimes during the Korean war which lasted from 1950 to 1953. Deputy assistant secretary defense Charlse Ray represented the American side. Any time we get access to new information that might open up leads to cases of people who have uncounted for it's a big deal. Ray says the US has received information from chinese archieves in the past but that distances have been upsordic. He said the new packed marks a first time the US side will have sustained access to Chinese archieval information. Ray says there is an urgency to resolve as many cases as possible from a war that was faught more than 50 years ago. Witnesses are disappearing and relatives are dying without knowing what happened to their loved ones. Stefiny Hole VOA news, Beijing. A Chinese national, wanted for the murder of his wife in New Zealand has been uprihanded in the United States. The store authorities say he was rocognized by a group of Chinese nationals in Atlantarc who physically restrained him until police arrive. Shambley police chief Mark Johnson. He lost the scarful badly, by automatically head or dispends on Iran's uncle piled up his legs would expenson by his hands up this built. And Tony run over to the officers when I got there. She will be extradited to New Zealand to face a murder charge. More details at voanews.com. I am Fransis Alenzil. VOA news. 10:38.
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From the VOA news center in Washington,I'm Frances Alonzo.
The Turkish military says its troops have pulled out of northern Iraq aftre an agressive assault on Kurdish separatist rebels.
Turkish military general staff says troops returned to their bases in Turkey today after recieving their goals rather after achieving their goals against the PKK rebels.The military says it killed 240 PKK rebels and lost 27 of its own soldiers in a week of fighting.However the PKK says it killed about 100 Turkish troops and lost 5 of its soldiers.
Iraqi officials say the country's presidential council has approved the execution of Saddam Hussein's cousin Ali Hassan al-Majid known as chemical Ali.No date has been set for Majid's execution.Majid was given the nickname chemical Ali due to his role in poison gas attacks and mass killings of Kurds in northern Iraq during 1980s.
A top Israeli official has warned that Israel will invade the Gaza strip in response to Palestinian rocket fire which has continued despite the stepped-up Israeli air strikes this week.Israel's deputy defence minister told Israel Radio that the Jewish state has no choice but to launch a wide-scale military operation in Hamas controlled Gaza.Meanwhile in Gaza today tens of thousands of Palestinians took to the streets to denounce Israeli airstrikes that have killed at least 32 people,about half of them civilians in recent days.
French president Nicolas Sarkozy has called for Colombia's main rebel group to release French-Colombian hostage Ingrid Betancourt before she dies in captivity.For VOA Terry FitzPatrick reports from Cape town that Mr.Sarkozy has offered to fly to Colombia if rebels demand his personal involvement."French president Nicolas Sarkozy is visiting South Africa but says he has been in touch with two hostages released earlier this week by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia,a rebel group also known as FARC.Through a translater,Mr.Sarkozy said the hostages told harrowing tales of their captivity and said Ingrid Betancourt is very ill and is being mistreated."Forgive me for speaking bluntly but I speak from the heart.Mr Perez and Gloria Polanco shared with us their experiences and they are terrifying.Terrifying in terms of the cruelty that they described and the barbarism which literally makes one feel sick.And it is something that the FARC need to understand.The martyrdom of Ingrid Betancourt is in some sense the martyrdom of the whole of France."Betancourt has dual French-Colombian citizenship and has been held hostage for six years.She is a former presidential candidate and one of about 750 hostages that FARC is believed to be holding.Terry FitzPartrick for VOA news,Cape Town in South Africa.
The United States and China have signed an agreement for Chinese researchers to provide the US military with information from Chinese archives.That information may help shed light on the fate of some of the 8,100 Americans still missing or unaccounted for from the Korean War.VOA's Stephanie Ho reports."The deal was signed in Shanghai Friday by the China's Ministry of National Defence and a US Defence Department official.Under the new arrangement,Chinese archivists will provide information about American sevicemen held in Chinese Prison of War camps during the Korean War which lasted from 1950 to 1953. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defence Charles Ray represented the American side."Any time we get access to new information that might open up leads to cases of people we haven't accounted for.It's a big deal."Ray says the US has recieved information from Chinese archivies in the past,but that these incenses have been episodic.He said the new pact marks the first time the US side will have sustained access to Chinese archival information.Ray says there is an urgency to resolve as many cases as possible from a war that was fought more than 50 years ago.Witnesses are disappearing and relatives are dying without knowing what happened to their loved ones.Stephanie Ho,VOA news, Beijing.
A Chinese national wanted for the murder of his wife in New Zealand has been uphanded in the United States.Authorities say he was recognised by a group of Chinese nationals in Atlanta who physically restrained him then until police arrived.Chamblee police chief Marc Johnson."He lost the dis....
He was extradited to New Zealand to face the murder charge.
More details on voanews.com.I'm Frances Alonzo,VOA news.

 

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From the VOA news center in Washington, I am Fransis Alenzil.

 

The Turkish military says its troops have pulled out of northern Iraq after an aggressive assault on Kurdish separatist rebels. Turkey's military general Staff says troops returned to their bases in Turkey today after receiving their goals, rather after achieving goals, against PKK rebels. The military says it killed 240 PKK rebels and lost 27 of its own soldiers in the week of fighting. However the PKK says it killed about 100 Turkish troops and lost 5 of its fighters.

 

 Iraqi officials say the country's presidential council has approved the execution of Sadam Houssein's cousin Ali Harson Al Majee known as chemical Ali. No date has been set for Majee's execution, Majeed was given the nickname chemical Ali due to his role in poison gas attacks and mass killings of Kurds in northern Iraq during the 1980's.

 

A top Israeli official has warned that Israel will invade the Gaza Strip and respond to Palestinian rocket fire which has continued despite stepped up Israeli air strikes this week. Israel's deputy defense minister told Israel radio today the Jewish state has no choice but to launch a wide scale military operation in Hamas controlled Gaza. Meanwhile in Gaza today tens of thousands of Palestinians took to the streets to denounce Israeli airstrikes that have killed at least 32 people about half of them civilians in recent days.

 

French president Nicolas Sakozy has called for Columbia’s main rebel group to release a French Columbian hostage Ingrid Benticort before she dies in captivity. For VOA, Terry Fitspachor reports from Captown, that Mr. Sakozy has offered to flight to Columbia if the rebels demand his personal involvement.

 

French president Nicolas Sakozy is visiting south Africa but says he has been in touch with two hostages released earlier this week by the revolutionary armed forces of Columbia, a rebel group also known as FARK. Through a translator Mr. Sakozy said the hostages told heroine tales of their captivity. And said Engrid Bentancort is very ill and has been mistreated.

 

Forgive me for speaking bluntly but I speak from the heart. Mr. Perez and Gloria Polanco shared with us their experiences and they are terrifying. Terrifying in terms of the cruelty that they described and the barbarism which literally makes one feel sick and there is something that the Fark need to understand, the martyrdom of Engrid Betancol is in some sense the martyrdom of the whole of France.

 

Betancort has dual French Columbian citizenship and has been held hostage for 6 years. She is a former presidential candidate and one of about 750 hostages that Fark is believed to be holding. Terry fitspatric Captown south Africa.

 

The United States and China have signed an agreement for Chinese researchers to provide the US military with information from Chinese archives. That information may help shed light on the fate on some of the 81 hundred American still missing or unaccounted for from the Korea war. VOA Stefiny Help reports.

 

The deal was signed in Shanghai Friday by Chinese ministry of national defense and US defense department official. Under the new arrangement, Chinese archives will provide information about American serviceman held in Chinese prison of warcrimes during the Korean war which lasted from 1950 to 1953. Deputy assistant secretary defense Charlse Ray represented the American side.

 

“Any time we get access to new information that might open up leads to cases of people who have uncounted for it's a big deal.” Ray says the US has received information from Chinese archives in the past but that distances have been episodic. He said the new packed marks a first time the US side will have sustained access to Chinese archival information. Ray says there is an urgency to resolve as many cases as possible from a war that was fought more than 50 years ago. Witnesses are disappearing and relatives are dying without knowing what happened to their loved ones. Stefiny Hole VOA news, Beijing.

 

A Chinese national, wanted for the murder of his wife in New Zealand has been apprehended in the United States. The store authorities say he was recognized by a group of Chinese nationals in Atlanta who physically restrained him until police arrived. Shambley police chief Mark Johnson.

 

“He lost the scuff badly, they ultimately pull his pants down off his ankles and tied up his legs with this pants and tied his hands up by his belt. And turned him over to the officers when they got there.” She will be extradited to New Zealand to face a murder charge. More details at voanews.com. I am Fransis Alenzil. VOA news. 10:38.

 

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

 

The Turkish military says its troops have pulled out of northern Iraq after an aggressive assault on Kurdish separatist rebels. Turkey's military general Staff says troops returned to their bases in Turkey today after receiving their goals, rather after achieving their goals, against PKK rebels. The military says it killed 240 PKK rebels and lost 27 of its own soldiers in the week of fighting. However, the PKK says it killed about 100 Turkish troops and lost 5 of its fighters.

 

Iraqi officials say the country's presidential council has approved the execution of Sadam Houssein's cousin Ali Harson Al Majee, known as chemical Ali. No date has been set for Majee's execution, Majeed was given the nickname chemical Ali due to his role in poison gas attacks and mass killings of Kurds in northern Iraq during the 1980s.

 

A top Israeli official has warned that Israel will embattle the Gaza Strip and respond to Palestinian rocket fire which has continued despite stepped up Israeli air strikes this week. Israel's deputy Defense Minister told Israel radio today the Jewish state has no choice but to launch a wide-scale military operation in Hamas controlled Gaza. Meanwhile in Gaza today tens of thousands of Palestinians took to the streets to denounced Israeli air strikes that have killed at least 32 people about half of them civilians in recent days.

 

French President Nicola Sokuzi has called Columnbia's main rebel group to release a French Columnbian hostage Ingrid Benticort before she dies in captivity. For VOA, Terry Fitspachor reports from Captown, that Mr. Sakuzi has offered to flight to Columbia if the rebels demand his personal involvement. French President Nicola Sakozi is visiting south Africa but says he has been in touch with two hostages released earlier this week by the revolutionary armed forces of Columbia, a rebel group also known as Fark. Through a translator Mr. Sakozi said the hostages told heavy / of the captivity. And said Engrid Bentancort is very ill and has been mistreated.

 

Forgive me for speaking bluntly but I speak from the heart. Mr. Baras and Laria Pulancal shared with a story experience and they are terrified. Terrifying in terms of the cruelty that they described and the barbarism which lately makes one feel sick and there is something that the Fark need to understand, that the martyrdom of Engrid Betancol in some sense the martyrdom of the holy France.

 

Betancort has dual French Columbian citizenship and has been held hostage for 6 years. She is a former presidential candidate and one of about 750 hostages that Fark is believed to be holding. Terry fitspatric Captown south Africa.

 

The United States and China have signed an agreement for Chinese researches to provide the US military with information from Chinese archives. That information may help shed light on the fate on some of the 81 hundred American still missing or unaccounted for from the Korea War. VOA Stefiny Help reports.

 

The deal was signed in Shanghai Friday by Chinese Ministry of National Defense and US Defense Department official. Under the new arrangement, Chinese archives will provide information about American serviceman held in Chinese prison of war camps during the Korean war which lasted from 1950 to 1953. Deputy assistant secretary defense Charlse Ray represented the American side. Any time we get access to new information that might open up leads to cases of people who have accounted for it's a big deal. Ray says the US has received information from Chinese archives in the past but that distances have been up soared. He said the new pact marks a first time the US side will have sustained access to Chinese archival information. Ray says there is an urgency to resolve as many cases as possible from a war that was fought more than 50 years ago. Witnesses are disappearing and relatives are dying without knowing what happened to their loved ones. Stefiny Hole VOA news, Beijing.

 

A Chinese national, wanted for the murder of his wife in New Zealand has been apprehended in the United States. The store authorities say he was recognized by a group of Chinese nationals in Atlanta who physically restrained him until police arrive. Shambled police chief Mark Johnson. He lost the scaffold badly, by automatically head or dispends on Iran's uncle piled up his legs would expansion by his hands up this built, and turn him over to the officers when I got there. She will be extradited to New Zealand to face a murder charge.

 

More details at voanews.com. I am Frances Alonzo, VOA news.

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From the VOA news center in Washington, I’m Frances Alonzo. The Turkish military says its troops have pulled out of northern Iraq after an aggressive assault on Kurdish separatist rebels. Turkey’s military general Staff says troops returned to their bases in Turkey today after receiving their goals rather achieving their goals against the PKK rebels. The military says it kills 240 PKK rebels and lost 27 of its own soldiers in a week of fighting. However the PKK says it killed about 100 Turkish troops and lost 5 of its fighters. Iraqi official said the country’s presidential council has proved the execution of Sadam Houssein’s cousin Ali Harson Al Majee known as chemical Ali. No date has been set for Majee’s execution. Majee was given a nick name chemical Ali due to his role is poisoning gas attacks and mass killings of Kurds in northern Iraq during the 1980s. A top Israeli official has warned that Israel will invade the Gaza Strip in response to Palestinian rocket fire which has continued ? despite stepped up Israeli airstrikes this week. Israel’s deputy defense minister told Israel’s radio today the Jewish state had no choice but to launch a wide-scale military operation in Hamas-controlled Gaza. Meanwhile, in Gaza today, tens of thousands of Palestinian took to the street to denounce Israeli airstrikes that have killed at least 32 people, about half of them civilians in the recent days. French president Nicholas Sarkozy has called for Columbia’s main rebel group to release French-Columbia hostage Ingrid Betancourt before she dies in captivity. For VOA Terry Fits Patrick reports from Cape Town, that Mr. Sarkozy has offered to fly to Columbia if rebels demand his personal involvement. French president Nicholas Sarkozy is visiting South Africa but says his has banned in touch with two hostages released this week be the revolutionary armed forces of Columbia, a rebel group also known as FARC. Through a translator, Mr. Sarkozy said the hostages told heroin tales of their captivity and said Ingrid Betancourt is very ill and is being mistreated. “Forgive me for speaking bluntly, but I speak from the heart. Mr. Paris and Gloria Palanco shard with us their experiences and they are terrifying, terrifying in terms of the cruelty that they described and the barbarism which literally makes one feel sick. And it’s something the FARC needs to understand: the martyrdom of Ingrid Betancourt is in some sense the martyrdom of the whole of France. Betancourt has duo Franch-Columbia citizenship and has been held hostage for 6 years. She is a former presidential candidate and one of about 750 hostages that FARC is believed to be holding. Terry Fits Patrick, Cape Town, South Africa. The United States and China have signed an agreement for Chinese research to provide US military with information from Chinese archives. That information may help shade light on the fate of some of the 8100 Americans still missing or unaccountable from the Korean War. VOA Stephaney Hope reports. “The deal was signed in shanghai Friday by china’s military of national defense and US defense department official. Under the new arrangement, Chinese archives will provide information about American servicemen held in Chinese prisoner’s war camps during the Korean War which lasted from 1950 to 1953. Deputy assistant secretary defense Charles Ray represented the American side.” “Any time we get access to new information that might open up leads to cases of people we haven’t accounted for. It’s a big deal.” Ray says the US has received information from Chinese archives in the past but that ? have been episodic. He said the new pact marked the first time US side will have sustained access to Chinese archived information. Ray says there is an urgency to resolve as many cases as possible for a war that was fought more than 50 years ago. Witnesses are disappearing and relatives are dying without knowing what happened to their love ones. Stephaney Hope, VOA news, Beijing. A Chinese national wanted for the murder of his wife in New Zealand has been apprehended in United States. A store authority said he was recognized by a group of Chinese nationals in Atlanta who physically restrained him until police arrived. ? Police Chief Mark Johnson. “He lost the ? badly they ultimately had, pulled his pants down around his ankle, tied up his legs with his pants and tied up his hands with his belt and turned him over to the officers when I got there.” He will be extradited to New Zealand to face the murder charge. More details at voanews.com, I’m Frances Alonzo.

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

 

The Turkish military says its troops have pulled out of northern Iraq after an aggressive assault on Kurdish separatist rebels. Turkey's military general Staff says troops returned to their bases in Turkey today after receiving their goals, rather after achieving their goals, against PKK rebels. The military says it killed 240 PKK rebels and lost 27 of its own soldiers in the week of fighting. However, the PKK says it killed about 100 Turkish troops and lost 5 of its fighters.

 

Iraqi officials say the country's presidential council has approved the execution of Sadam Houssein's cousin Ali Harson Al Majee, known as chemical Ali. No date has been set for Majee's execution, Majeed was given the nickname chemical Ali due to his role in poison gas attacks and mass killings of Kurds in northern Iraq during the 1980s.

 

A top Israeli official has warned that Israel will embattle the Gaza Strip and respond to Palestinian rocket fire which has continued despite stepped up Israeli air strikes this week. Israel's deputy Defense Minister told Israel radio today the Jewish state has no choice but to launch a wide-scale military operation in Hamas controlled Gaza. Meanwhile in Gaza today tens of thousands of Palestinians took to the streets to denounced Israeli air strikes that have killed at least 32 people about half of them civilians in recent days.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has called Columnbia's main rebel group to release a French Columnbian hostage Ingrid Benticort before she dies in captivity. For VOA, Terry Fitspachor reports from Captown, that Mr. Sakuzi has offered to flight to Columbia if the rebels demand his personal involvement. French President Nicola Sakozi is visiting south Africa but says he has been in touch with two hostages released earlier this week by the revolutionary armed forces of Columbia, a rebel group also known as Fark. Through a translator Mr. Sakozi said the hostages told heavy / of the captivity. And said Engrid Bentancort is very ill and has been mistreated.

 

Forgive me for speaking bluntly but I speak from the heart. Mr. Baras and Laria Pulancal shared with a story experience and they are terrified. Terrifying in terms of the cruelty that they described and the barbarism which lately makes one feel sick and there is something that the Fark need to understand, that the martyrdom of Engrid Betancol in some sense the martyrdom of the holy France.

 

Betancort has dual French Columbian citizenship and has been held hostage for 6 years. She is a former presidential candidate and one of about 750 hostages that FARC is believed to be holding. Terry fitspatric Captown south Africa.

 

The United States and China have signed an agreement for Chinese researches to provide the US military with information from Chinese archives. That information may help shed light on the fate on some of the 81 hundred American still missing or unaccounted for from the Korea War. VOA Stefiny Help reports.

 

The deal was signed in Shanghai Friday by Chinese Ministry of National Defense and US Defense Department official. Under the new arrangement, Chinese archives will provide information about American serviceman held in Chinese prison of war camps during the Korean war which lasted from 1950 to 1953. Deputy assistant secretary defense Charlse Ray represented the American side. Any time we get access to new information that might open up leads to cases of people who have accounted for it's a big deal. Ray says the US has received information from Chinese archives in the past but that distances have been up soared. He said the new pact marks a first time the US side will have sustained access to Chinese archival information. Ray says there is an urgency to resolve as many cases as possible from a war that was fought more than 50 years ago. Witnesses are disappearing and relatives are dying without knowing what happened to their loved ones. Stefiny Hole VOA news, Beijing.

 

A Chinese national, wanted for the murder of his wife in New Zealand has been apprehended in the United States. The store authorities say he was recognized by a group of Chinese nationals in Atlanta who physically restrained him until police arrive. Shambled police chief Mark Johnson. He lost the scaffold badly, by automatically head or dispends on Iran's uncle piled up his legs would expansion by his hands up this built, and turn him over to the officers when I got there. She will be extradited to New Zealand to face a murder charge.

 

More details at voanews.com. I am Frances Alonzo, VOA news.

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

 

The Turkish military says its troops have pulled out of north Iraq after an aggressive assault on Kurdish separatist rebels. Turkey's military General Staff says troops returned to their bases in Turkey today after receiving their goals, rather after achieving their goals, against PKK rebels. The military says it killed 240 PKK rebels and lost 27 of its own soldiers in the week of fighting. However the PKK says it killed about 100 Turkish troops and lost 5 of its fighters.

 

Iraqi officials say the country's presidential council has approved the execution of Saddam Hussein's cousin Ali Hassan al-Majid, known as chemical Ali. No date has been set for Majid's execution. Majid was given the nickname chemical Ali due to his role in poison gas attacks and mass killings of Kurds in northern Iraq during the 1980s.

 

A top Israel official has warned that Israel will invade the Gaza Strip in response to Palestinian rocket fire which has continued despite stepped up Israeli air strikes this week. Israel's deputy defense minister told Israel radio today the Jewish state has no choice but to launch a wide-scale military operation in Hamas-controled Gaza. Meanwhile, in Gaza today tens of thousands of Palestinians took to the streets to denounce Israeli air strikes that have killed at 32 people, about half of them civilians in recent days.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has called for Colombia's main rebel group to release a French-Colombian hostage Ingrid Betancourt before she dies in captivity. For VOA, Terry FitzPatrick reports from Cape Town that Mr. Sarkozy has offered to fly to Colombia if rebels demand his personal involvement.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy is visiting South Africa but says he has been in touch with two hostages released earlier this week by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, a rebel group also known as FARC. Through a translator Mr. Sarkozy said the hostages told harrowing tales of their captivity and said Ingrid Betancourt is very ill and is being mistreated. "Forgive me for speaking bluntly but I speak from the heart. Mr. Perez and Gloria Polanco shared with us their experiences and they are terrifying. Terrifying in terms of the cruelty that they described and the barbarism which literally makes one feel sick. And it is something that the FARC need to understand. The martyrdom of Ingrid Betancourt is in some sense the martyrdom of the whole of France. Betancourt has dual French-Colombian citizenship and has been held hostage for six years. She is a former presidential candidate and one of about 750 hostages that FARC is believed to be holding. Terry FitzPatrick for VOA News, Cape Town, South Africa.

 

The United States and China have signed an agreement for Chinese researchers to provide the U.S. military with information from Chinese archives. That information may help shed light on the fate of some of the 8,100 Americans still missing or unaccounted for from the Korean War. VOA's Stephanie Ho reports.

 

The deal was signed in Shanghai Friday by Chinese Ministry of National Defense and the U.S Defense department official. Under the new arrangement, Chinese archives will provide information about American servicemen held in Chinese prisoner of war camps during the Korean War which lasted from 1950 to 1953. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Charles Ray represented the American side. "Any time we get access to new information that might open up leads to cases of people we haven't accounted for, it's a big deal." Ray says the U.S. has received information from Chinese archives in the past but that these / have been episodic. He said the new pact marks the first the U.S. side will have sustained access to Chinese archival information. Ray says there is an urgency to resolve as many cases as possible from a war that was fought more than 50 years ago. Witnesses are disappearing, and relatives are dying without knowing what happened to their loved ones. Stephanie Ho, VOA News, Beijing.

 

A Chinese national wanted for the murder of his wife in New Zealand has been / in the United States. Authorities say he was recognized by a group of Chinese nationals in Atlanta who phisically restrained him until police arrive. Chamblee Police chief Marc Johnson. "He lost the / and they ultimately had held his hands around his anckles, tied up his legs with his pants and tied his hands up with his belt and turned it over to the officers when I got there." He will be extradited to New Zealand to face the murder charge.

 

More details at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA news.

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

 

The Turkish military says its troops have pulled out of northern Iraq after an aggressive assault on Kurdish separatist rebels. Turkey's military General Staff says troops returned to their bases in Turkey today after receiving their goals, rather after achieving their goals, against PKK rebels. The military says it killed 240 PKK rebels and lost 27 of its own soldiers in the week of fighting. However, the PKK says it killed about 100 Turkish troops and lost 5 of its fighters.

 

Iraqi officials say the country's presidential council has approved the execution of Saddam Hussein's cousin Ali Hassan al-Majid, known as chemical Ali. No date has been set for Majid's execution. Majid was given the nickname chemical Ali due to his role in poison gas attacks and mass killings of Kurds in northern Iraq during the 1980s.

 

A top Israeli official has warned that Israel will invade the Gaza Strip in response to Palestinian rocket fire which has continued despite stepped up Israeli air strikes this week. Israel's deputy Defense Minister told Israel radio today the Jewish state has no choice but to launch a wide-scale military operation in Hamas-controlled Gaza. Meanwhile, in Gaza today tens of thousands of Palestinians took to the streets to denounce Israeli air strikes that have killed at 32 people, about half of them civilians in recent days.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has called for Colombia's main rebel group to release a French-Colombian hostage Ingrid Betancourt before she dies in captivity. For VOA, Terry FitzPatrick reports from Cape Town that Mr. Sarkozy has offered to fly to Colombia if the rebels demand his personal involvement.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy is visiting South Africa but says he has been in touch with two hostages released earlier this week by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, a rebel group also known as FARC. Through a translator Mr. Sarkozy said the hostages told harrowing tales of their captivity and said Ingrid Betancourt is very ill and is being mistreated.

 

"Forgive me for speaking bluntly but I speak from the heart. Mr. Perez and Gloria Polanco shared with us their experiences and they are terrifying. Terrifying in terms of the cruelty that they described and the barbarism which literally makes one feel sick. And it is something that the FARC need to understand. The martyrdom of Ingrid Betancourt is in some sense the martyrdom of the whole of France." Betancourt has dual French-Colombian citizenship and has been held hostage for six years. She is a former presidential candidate and one of about 750 hostages that FARC is believed to be holding. Terry FitzPatrick for VOA News, Cape Town, South Africa.

 

The United States and China have signed an agreement for Chinese researchers to provide the U.S. military with information from Chinese archives. That information may help shed light on the fate of some of the 8,100 Americans still missing or unaccounted for from the Korean War. VOA's Stephanie Ho reports.

 

The deal was signed in Shanghai Friday by Chinese Ministry of National Defense and the U.S Defense department official. Under the new arrangement, Chinese archives will provide information about American servicemen held in Chinese prisoner of war camps during the Korean War which lasted from 1950 to 1953. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Charles Ray represented the American side. "Any time we get access to new information that might open up leads to cases of people we haven't accounted for, it's a big deal." Ray says the U.S. has received information from Chinese archives in the past but that these / have been episodic. He said the new pact marks the first the U.S. side will have sustained access to Chinese archival information. Ray says there is an urgency to resolve as many cases as possible from a war that was fought more than 50 years ago. Witnesses are disappearing, and relatives are dying without knowing what happened to their loved ones. Stephanie Ho, VOA News, Beijing.

 

A Chinese national wanted for the murder of his wife in New Zealand has been apprehended in the United States. Authorities say he was recognized by a group of Chinese nationals in Atlanta who phisically restrained him until police arrived. Chamblee Police chief Marc Johnson. "He lost the scaffold badly. They ultimately had pulled his pants down around his anckles, tied up his legs with his pants and tied his hands up with his belt, and turned him over to the officers when I got there." He will be extradited to New Zealand to face the murder charge.

 

More details at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA news.

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

 

The Turkish military says its troops have pulled out of northern Iraqi after an aggressive assault on Kurdish separatist rebels. Turkey's military general Staff says Turks will return  to their bases in Turkey today after receiving their goals rather after achieving their goals against PKK rebels. The military says it killed 240 PKK rebels and lost 27 of its own soldiers in a week of fighting. However, the PKK says it killed 100 Turkish troops and lost 5 of its fighters.

 

Iraqi officials say the county's presidential council has approved the execution of Sadam Huissen's cousin, Ali Hassan al-Majid known as Chemical Ali, No date has been set for Majid's execution. Majid was given the nickname "Chemical Ali" due to his role in poison gas attacks and Nazi killings of Kurds in northern Iraq during the 1980's.

 

A top Israeli official has warned that Israel will invade the Gaza Strip in response to Palestinian rocket fire which has continued to despise the stepped-up Israeli air strikes this week. Israel's deputy defense minister told Israel radio today the Jewish state has no choice but to launch a wide scale military operation in Hamas controlled Gaza. Meanwhile, In Gaza today tens of thousands of Palestinians took to the streets to denounce the Israeli air strikes that have killed at least 32 people, about half of them were civilians in recent days.

French president Nicolas Sarkozy has called for Colombia's main rebel group to release French-Colombian hostage Ingrid Betancourt  before she dies in captivity. For VOA, T P reports from CapeTown that Mr. Sarkozy has offered to fly to Colombia if rebels demand his personal involvement.

 

French president Nicolas Sarkozy is visiting South African, but says he has been in touch with two hostages released earlier this week by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, a rebel group also known as FARC. Through a translator, Mr. Sarkozy said the hostages told heroine tale of their captivity and said Ingrid Betancourt is very ill and being mistreated. "Forgiving my speaking largely, but I speak from the heart. Mister P and B shared with that experiences. and they are terrifying, terrifying in terms of cruelty they described and the barbarism which literally makes one  feel sick and it's something that finds me to understand. The martyrdom of Ingrid Betancourt is in some sense  the martyrdom of holy France."  Betancourt has dual French-Colombian citizenship and has been held hostage for 6 year. She is a former presidential candidate and one of about 750 hostages that FARC is believed to be holding. T P for VOA news, Capetown, South African.

The United State and China signed an agreement for Chinese researchers to provide the US military with information from Chinese archives. That information may help shed light on the fate of some of 800 American still-missing unaccounted for from the Korean war.  VOA's D H reports.


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A Chinese national wanted for the murder of his wife In New Zealand has been apprehended in the United State. The authorities say he was recognized by a group of Chinese nationals in Atlanta who physically restrained him until police arrived. "He lost the scarf ". He will be extradited to New Zealand to face murder charge.

 

More details at voanews.com. I am Frances Alongzo, VOA news.

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

 

The Turkish military says its troops have pulled out of northern Iraq after an aggressive assault on Kurdish separatist rebels. Turkey's military General Staff says troops returned to their bases in Turkey today after receiving their goals, rather after achieving their goals, against PKK rebels. The military says it killed 240 PKK rebels and lost 27 of its own soldiers in a week of fighting. However, the PKK says it killed about 100 Turkish troops and lost 5 of its fighters.

 

Iraqi officials say the country's presidential council has approved the execution of Saddam Hussein's cousin Ali Hassan al-Majid, known as chemical Ali. No date has been set for Majid's execution. Majid was given the nickname chemical Ali due to his role in poison gas attacks and mass killings of Kurds in northern Iraq during the 1980s.

 

A top Israeli official has warned that Israel will invade the Gaza Strip in response to Palestinian rocket fire which has continued despite stepup Israeli airstrikes this week. Israel's deputy Defense Minister told Israel radio today the Jewish state has no choice but to launch a wide-scale military operation in Hamas-controlled Gaza. Meanwhile, in Gaza today tens of thousands of Palestinians trooped to the streets to denounce Israeli airstrikes that have killed at 32 people, about half of them civilians in recent days.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has called for Colombia's main rebel group to release a French-Colombian hostage Ingrid Betancourt before she dies in captivity. For VOA, Terry FitzPatrick reports from Cape Town that Mr. Sarkozy has offered to fly to Colombia if the rebels demand his personal involvement.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy is visiting South Africa but says he has been in touch with two hostages released earlier this week by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, a rebel group also known as FARC. Through a translator Mr. Sarkozy said the hostages told harrowing tales of their captivity and said Ingrid Betancourt is very ill and is being mistreated.

 

"Forgive me for speaking bluntly but I speak from the heart. Mr. Perez and Gloria Polanco shared with us their experiences and they are terrifying. Terrifying in terms of the cruelty that they described and the barbarism which literally makes one feel sick. And it is something that the FARC need to understand. The martyrdom of Ingrid Betancourt is in some sense the martyrdom of the whole of France." Betancourt has dual French-Colombian citizenship and has been held hostage for six years. She is a former presidential candidate and one of about 750 hostages that FARC is believed to be holding. Terry FitzPatrick for VOA News, Cape Town, South Africa.

 

The United States and China have signed an agreement for Chinese researchers to provide the U.S. military with information from Chinese archives. That information may help shed light on the fate of some of the 8,100 Americans still missing or unaccounted for from the Korean War. VOA's Stephanie Ho reports.

 

The deal was signed in Shanghai Friday by Chinese Ministry of National Defense and the U.S Defense department official. Under the new arrangement, Chinese archives will provide information about American servicemen held in Chinese prisoner of war camps during the Korean War which lasted from 1950 to 1953. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Charles Ray represented the American side. "Any time we get access to new information that might open up leads to cases of people we haven't accounted for, it's a big deal." Ray says the U.S. has received information from Chinese archives in the past but that these essences have been episodic. He said the new pact marked the first time the U.S. side will have sustained access to Chinese archival information. Ray says there is an urgency to resolve as many cases as possible from a war that was fought more than 50 years ago. Witnesses are disappearing, and relatives are dying without knowing what happened to their loved ones. Stephanie Ho, VOA News, Beijing.

 

A Chinese national wanted for the murder of his wife in New Zealand has been apprehended in the United States. Authority say he was recognized by a group of Chinese nationals in Atlanta who phisically restrained him until police arrived. Chamblee Police chief Marc Johnson. "He lost the scaffold badly. They ultimately had pulled his pants down around his anckles, tied up his legs with his pants and tied his hands up with his belt, and turned him over to the officers when I got there." He will be extradited to New Zealand to face the murder charge.

 

More details at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA news.

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

 

The Turkish military says its troops have pulled out of northern Iraq after an aggressive assault on Kurdish separatist rebels. Turkey's military General Staff says troops returned to their bases in Turkey today after receiving their goals, rather after achieving their goals, against PKK rebels. The military says it killed 240 PKK rebels and lost 27 of its own soldiers in a week of fighting. However, the PKK says it killed about 100 Turkish troops and lost 5 of its fighters.

 

Iraqi officials say the country's presidential council has approved the execution of Saddam Hussein's cousin Ali Hassan al-Majid, known as chemical Ali. No date has been set for Majid's execution. Majid was given the nickname chemical Ali due to his role in poison gas attacks and mass killings of Kurds in northern Iraq during the 1980s.

 

A top Israeli official has warned that Israel will invade the Gaza Strip in response to Palestinian rocket fire which has continued despite stepped up Israeli air strikes(可以写成airstrikes但分开写的时候更多) this week. Israel's deputy Defense Minister told Israel radio today the Jewish state has no choice but to launch a wide-scale military operation in Hamas-controlled Gaza. Meanwhile, in Gaza today tens of thousands of Palestinians took to the streets to denounce Israeli air strikes that have killed at 32 people, about half of them civilians in recent days.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has called for Colombia's main rebel group to release a French-Colombian hostage Ingrid Betancourt before she dies in captivity. For VOA, Terry FitzPatrick reports from Cape Town that Mr. Sarkozy has offered to fly to Colombia if the rebels demand his personal involvement.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy is visiting South Africa but says he has been in touch with two hostages released earlier this week by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, a rebel group also known as FARC. Through a translator Mr. Sarkozy said the hostages told harrowing tales of their captivity and said Ingrid Betancourt is very ill and is being mistreated.

 

"Forgive me for speaking bluntly but I speak from the heart. Mr. Perez and Gloria Polanco shared with us their experiences and they are terrifying. Terrifying in terms of the cruelty that they described and the barbarism which literally makes one feel sick. And it is something that the FARC need to understand. The martyrdom of Ingrid Betancourt is in some sense the martyrdom of the whole of France." Betancourt has dual French-Colombian citizenship and has been held hostage for six years. She is a former presidential candidate and one of about 750 hostages that FARC is believed to be holding. Terry FitzPatrick for VOA News, Cape Town, South Africa.

 

The United States and China have signed an agreement for Chinese researchers to provide the U.S. military with information from Chinese archives. That information may help shed light on the fate of some of the 8,100 Americans still missing or unaccounted for from the Korean War. VOA's Stephanie Ho reports.

 

The deal was signed in Shanghai Friday by Chinese Ministry of National Defense and the U.S Defense department official. Under the new arrangement, Chinese archives will provide information about American servicemen held in Chinese prisoner of war camps during the Korean War which lasted from 1950 to 1953. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Charles Ray represented the American side. "Any time we get access to new information that might open up leads to cases of people we haven't accounted for, it's a big deal." Ray says the U.S. has received information from Chinese archives in the past but that these essences have been episodic. He said the new pact marks the first time the U.S. side will have sustained access to Chinese archival information. Ray says there is an urgency to resolve as many cases as possible from a war that was fought more than 50 years ago. Witnesses are disappearing, and relatives are dying without knowing what happened to their loved ones. Stephanie Ho, VOA News, Beijing.

 

A Chinese national wanted for the murder of his wife in New Zealand has been apprehended in the United States. Authorities say he was recognized by a group of Chinese nationals in Atlanta who phisically restrained him until police arrived. Chamblee Police chief Marc Johnson. "He lost the scaffold badly. They ultimately had pulled his pants down around his ankles, tied up his legs with his pants and tied his hands up with his belt, and turned him over to the officers when I got there." He will be extradited to New Zealand to face the murder charge.

 

More details at voanews.com. I'm Frances Alonzo, VOA news.

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