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I'm David Deforest from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Thousands of mourners have gathered in Jerusalem to remember the 8 victims of Thursday night's attack on a Jewish religious school. Witnesses said the gunman entered a crowded room at the seminary and opened fire with a rifle, killing 8 people and wounding 35. Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld. "He opened fire at a number of students, the four students that he saw, and he was then in fact shot and killed at the entrance to the library. " Police say the gunman was a 25-year-old Palestinian resident of east Jerusalem. The attack was the worst to occur in Israel in two years. Israeli forces have restricted travel from the West Bank where the gunman lived until Saturday evening.

 

Iraqi security officials have raised the death toll from Thursday's twin bomb attacks in Baghdad to at least 68. Police say more than 120 people were wounded when the two bombs went off within minutes of each other, destroying shops and cars in the Karrada neighborhood in the Iraqi capital. No one has claimed responsibility for the attacks. A senior US military officer in Baghdad described the attack as a senseless act of violence directed against the Iraqi people.

 

Pakistan, in the midst of an attempt to form a new government, will see the parliament convened within two weeks. President Pervez Musharraf says he will call the national and provincial assemblies together. He is pledging to support the new government that will be formed by the lawmakers. VOA correspondent Steve Herman has more from Islamabad.

 

Under fire since the February 18 election for not calling parliament into session, President Pervez Musharraf on Friday announced that lawmakers are to convene here in a week or two. And the embattled leader promised there would be no hurdles put in their way as they try to form a new coalition government. A former general, speaking in Sindh province, praised the forces of moderation for triumphing in last month's elections. The president, whose fate after parliament convenes is a matter of intense speculation, is pledging to back the next government. Musharraf says that if peace is maintained, he will fully support the incoming government. Just who will head that government still remains unclear. The Pakistan People's Party, known as the PPP, has not yet announced whom it will nominate for prime minister. The party of the assassinated Benazir Bhutto was the best performer in the February 18 election and is negotiating with the runner-up - the party led by former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on the lineup for the new government. Steve Herman, VOA News, Islamabad.

 

Thailand says it will investigate a Russian man for illegal arms sales before it deports him to the United States where he is accused of trying to sell weapons to a rebel group in Colombia. Authorities displayed Viktor Bout to reporters in Bangkok today. US officials want him to be extradited after federal officials in New York charged him with conspiring to provide material support to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. But Thai authorities say prosecutors have yet to decide if Bout will first face trial in their country on charges of giving weapons and financial support to terrorists. Bout faces up to 10 years in a Thai prison if convicted.

 

The UN Children's Fund says it has received permission from the government of Chad to return 103 children to their families. The children were taken from their homes in Chad by French charity workers who said they believe the children were orphans from Sudan's Darfur region. But an international investigation found most of the children were Chadian, with at least one parent or guardian alive. The children have been held in an orphanage for the past five months.

 

Georgia is criticizing Russia for lifting trade and financial sanctions on the Georgian separatist region of Abkhazia which is seeking recognition as an independent country. Georgia's Foreign Ministry issued a statement today, saying Russia's action is an attempt to infringe on Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity.

 

Zimbabwe is excluding the United States and European Union officials from a list of election monitors for the March 29th elections. The state-controlled "Herald" newspaper quoted the nation's foreign affairs minister as saying allies of President Robert Mugabe will serve as monitors. He said the government had selected 47 foreign observer teams from the African Union, Russia, Kenya, Iran and other nations that maintain relations with the Mugabe government.

 

On Wall Street, US stock indexes are down at this hour.

 

I'm David Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.


Vocabulary

seminary: a theological school for training ministers or priests or rabbis. n. 学校,学院
under fire: subjected to enemy attack or censure=under attack.遭到攻击,受到严厉批评
runnerup: n. 第二名(亚军)
lineup:n. 一行人,一排人

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I'm David Deforest from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Thousands of mourners have gathered in Jerusalem to remember the 8 victims of Thursday night's attack on a Jewish religious school. Witnesses said the gunmen entered a crowded room at the seminary and opened fire with a rifle, killing 8 people and wounding 35. Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld. "He opened fire at a number of students, /,  and he was then shot and killed at the entrance to the library." Police say the gunman was a 25-year-old Palestinian resident of east Jerusalem. The attack was the worst to occur in Israel in two years. Israeli forces have restricted travel from the West Bank where the gunman lived until Saturday evening.

 

Iraqi security officials have raised the death toll from Thursday's twin bomb attacks in Baghdad to at least 68. Police say more than 120 people were wounded when the two bombs went off within minutes of each other, destroying shops and cars in the Karrada neighborhood in the Iraqi capital. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack. A senior US military officer in Baghdad describes the attack as a senseless act of violence directed against the Iraqi people.

 

Pakistan, in the midst of an attempt to form a new government, will see the parliament convened within two weeks. President Pervez Musharraf says he will call the national and provincial assemblies together. He is budging to support the new government that will be formed by the lawmakers. VOA correspondent Steve Herman has more from Islambad.                     
                                                              
Under fire since the February 18 election for not calling parliament into session, President Pervez Musharraf on Friday announced that lawmakers are to convene here in a week or two. And the embattled leader promised there would be no hurdles put in their way as they try to form a new coalition government. A former general, speaking in Sindh province, praised the forces of moderation for triumphing in last month's elections. The president, whose fate after parliament convenes is a matter of intense speculation is pledging to back the next government. Musharraf says that if peace is maintained, he will fully support the incoming government. Just who will head that government still remains unclear. The Pakistan Peoples Party, known as the PPP, has not yet announced whom it will nominate for prime minister. The party of the assassinated Benazir Buhtto was the best performer in the February 18 election and is negotiating with the runnerup, the party led by former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on the lineup for the new government. Steve Herman, VOA News,  slambad.                           

                         

Thailand says it will investigate a Russian man for illegal arms sales before it deports him to the United States where he is accused of trying to sell weapons to a rebel group in Colombia. Authorities displayed Viktor Bout to reporters in Bangkok today. US officials want him to be extradited after federal officials in New York charged him with conspiring to provide material support to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. But Thai authorities say prosecutors have yet to decide if Bout will first face trial in their country on charges of giving weapons and financial support to terrorists. Bout faces up to 10 tens in a Thai prison if convicted.      

 

The UN Children's Fund says it has received permision from the government of Chad to return 103 children to their families. The children were taken from their homes in Chad by French charity workers who said they believe the children were orphans from Sudan's Darfur region. But an international investigation found most of the children were Chadian, with at least one parent or guardian in their life. The children had been held in an orphanage for the past five months.

 

Georgia is criticizing Russia for lifting trade and financial sanctions on the Georgian separatist region of Abkhazia which is seeking recognition as an independent country. Georgia's foreign ministry issued a statement today, saying Russia's action is an attempt to infringe on Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity.
            
Zimbabwe is excluding the United States and European Union officials form a list of election monitors for the March 29th elections. The state-controlled "Herald" newspaper quoted the nation's Foreign Affair's Minister as saying allies of President Robert Mugabe will serve as monitors. He said the government has selected 47 foreign observer teams from the African Union, Russia, Kenya, Iran and other nations that maintain relations with the Mugabe government.

 

On Wall Street US stock indexes are down at this hour.

 

I'm David Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.     
           
seminary: a theological school for training ministers or priests or rabbis. n. 学校,学院
under fire: subjected to enemy attack or censure=under attack.遭到攻击,受到严厉批评
runnerup: n. 第二名(亚军)
lineup:n. 一行人,一排人

Rejoicing in hope;
Patient in tribulation.  

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I'm David Deforest from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Thousands of mourners have gathered in Jerusalem to remember the 8 victims of Thursday night's attack on a Jewish religious school. Witnesses said the gunman entered a crowded room at the seminary and opened fire with a rifle, killing 8 people and wounding 35. Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld. "He opened fire at a number of students, /,  and he was then shot and killed at the entrance to the library." Police say the gunman was a 25-year-old Palestinian resident of east Jerusalem. The attack was the worst to occur in Israel in two years. Israeli forces have restricted travel from the West Bank where the gunman lived until Saturday evening.

 

Iraqi security officials have raised the death toll from Thursday's twin bomb attacks in Baghdad to at least 68. Police say more than 120 people were wounded when the two bombs went off within minutes of each other, destroying shops and cars in the Karrada neighborhood in the Iraqi capital. No one has claimed responsibility for the attacks. A senior US military officer in Baghdad described the attack as a senseless act of violence directed against the Iraqi people.

 

Pakistan, in the midst of an attempt to form a new government, will see the parliament convened within two weeks. President Pervez Musharraf says he will call the national and provincial assemblies together. He is pledging to support the new government that will be formed by the lawmakers. VOA correspondent Steve Herman has more from Islamabad.                     
                                                              
Under fire since the February 18 election for not calling parliament into session, President Pervez Musharraf on Friday announced that lawmakers are to convene here in a week or two. And the embattled leader promised there would be no hurdles put in their way as they try to form a new coalition government. A former general, speaking in Sindh province, praised the forces of moderation for triumphing in last month's elections. The president, whose fate after parliament convenes is a matter of intense speculation, is pledging to back the next government. Musharraf says that if peace is maintained, he will fully support the incoming government. Just who will head that government still remains unclear. The Pakistan Peoples Party, known as the PPP, has not yet announced whom it will nominate for prime minister. The party of the assassinated Benazir Buhtto was the best performer in the February 18 election and is negotiating with the runnerup, the party led by former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on the lineup for the new government. Steve Herman, VOA News, Islamabad.                          

                         

Thailand says it will investigate a Russian man for illegal arms sales before it deports him to the United States where he is accused of trying to sell weapons to a rebel group in Colombia. Authorities displayed Viktor Bout to reporters in Bangkok today. US officials want him to be extradited after federal officials in New York charged him with conspiring to provide material support to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. But Thai authorities say prosecutors have yet to decide if Bout will first face trial in their country on charges of giving weapons and financial support to terrorists. Bout faces up to 10 tens in a Thai prison if convicted.      

 

The UN Children's Fund says it has received permission from the government of Chad to return 103 children to their families. The children were taken from their homes in Chad by French charity workers who said they believe the children were orphans from Sudan's Darfur region. But an international investigation found most of the children were Chadian, with at least one parent or guardian alive. The children had been held in an orphanage for the past five months.

 

Georgia is criticizing Russia for lifting trade and financial sanctions on the Georgian separatist region of Abkhazia which is seeking recognition as an independent country. Georgia's foreign ministry issued a statement today, saying Russia's action is an attempt to infringe on Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity.
            
Zimbabwe is excluding the United States and European Union officials form a list of election monitors for the March 29th elections. The state-controlled "Herald" newspaper quoted the nation's Foreign Affairs Minister as saying allies of President Robert Mugabe will serve as monitors. He said the government has selected 47 foreign observer teams from the African Union, Russia, Kenya, Iran and other nations that maintain relations with the Mugabe government.

 

On Wall Street US stock indexes are down at this hour.

 

I'm David Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.

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I'm David Deforest from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Thousands of mourners have gathered in Jerusalem to remember the 8 victims of Thursday night's attack of Jewish Religion School. Witnesses say the gunman enter the crowded room at the seminary and open fire with the rifle, killing 8 people and wounding 35. Here's Israelite police spokesman M.R.

 

'..saw the number of students, he shot students that he saw, and he was shot and killed at the * of the library.'

 

Police say the gunman was a 25-year old Pakistani resident of east Jerusalem. The attack was the worst to occur in Israel in two years. Israelite forces have restricted travel from the west bank, where the gunman lived, until Saturday evening.

 

Iraqi's Security Officials have raised death toll from Thursday's twin-bomber attacks in Bagdad to at least 68. Police say more than 120 people were wounded when the two bombers went off within minutes of each other, destroying shops and cars and crowded neighborhood in Iraqi capital. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack. A senior US military officer in Bagdad describes the attack as a senseless act violence against the Iraqi people.

 

Pakistan in the mixed of the attempt to form a new government will see the parliament convene within two weeks. President Pervez Musharraf says he will call the national and provincial Assemblies together. He has pledged to support the new government that will be formed by the law-makers. VOA conrespendent Steve Herman has more from Islamabad.

 

Under fires since the Feburay,18 election for not calling parliament decision, President Pervez Musharraf on Friday announced that law makers are to convene here a week or two. And the embattled leader promises there will be no hurdles put in their way as they try to form a new coalition government. Former Generals, beginning in S provinces, praised the force of moderation for triumph in last month's election. President whose fate after parliament convenes is a matter of intense speculation, is pledging to back the next government. Musharraf says if peace is maintained, he will fully support the incoming government. Just who will head that government still remains unclear. The Pakistan People' Party known as the PPP, has not yet announced whom it will nominate for prime minister. The party of the assassinated Benazir Buhtto was the best performer in the February 18 election and is negotiating with the Runnerup, the party led by former Prime Minster Nawaz Sharif on the lineup for the new government. Steve Herman, VOA NEWS, Islamabad.

 

Thailand says it will investigate a Russian man for illegal arm sells before it deports him to the United States where he is accused to trying to sell weapons to a rebel group in Colombia. Authorities displayed  Viktor Bout to reporters in Bangkok today. US officials want him to be extradited after Federal officials in New York charged him with conspiring to provide material support to the revolutionary arm force of Colombia, or FARC. Thailand authorities say the prosecutors have yet to decide that Bout will first face trial in their country, on charge of giving weapons and financial support to terrorists. Bout faces up to ten years in a Thai prison if convicted.

 

The UN Children's Fund says it has received permission from the government of Chad to return 103 children to their families. The children were taken from their homes in Chad by French charity workers, who said they believe the children were orphans from Sudan's Sudan's D region. But an international investigation found most of the children were Chadian, with a least one parent or guardian alive. The children have been held in an orphanage for the passed five months.

 

Georgia is criticizing Russia for lifting trade and financial sanctions on the Georgia's separatist region of A, which is seeking recognition as an independent country. George's Foreign Minster issued a statement today, saying Russia's action is an attempt to infringe on George sovereignty and territorial integrity.

 

Zimbabwe is excluding the United States and European Union officials from a list of election monitors for the March 29 elections. The state-controlled H newspaper quoted the nations Foreign Affair Minister as saying allies of President Robert M will serve as monitors. He said the government has selected 47 foreign observer teams from the African Union, Russian, Kenya, Iran and other nations that maintain relations with the M government.

 

On Wall Street US stock indexes are down at this hour.

 

I'm David Deforest, VOA NEWS. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.

 

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I’m Dave Deforest from the VOA News center in Washington.

 

Thousands of mourners have gathered at Jerusalem to remember the 8 victims of Thursday night’s attack on a Jewish religious school. Witnesses said the gunman entered the crowded room at the seminary, and open fire with a rifle, killing 5 people and wounding 35. Israeli police spokesman, /

“…… killed at the entrance of the library.”

Police said the gunman was a 25-year-old Palestinian resident of east Jerusalem. The attack was the worst to occur in Israel in two years. Israeli forces have restricted travel from the West Bank where the gunman left until Saturday evening.

 

Iraqi security officials have raised the death toll from Thursday’s 20 bomb attacks in Baghdad to nearly 68. Police say more than 120 people were wounded when the two bombs went up with them / each other, destroying shops and cars in the / neighborhood in the Iraqi capital. No one has claimed the responsibility for the attacks. A senior US military officer in Baghdad described the attacks as a senseless act of violence directly against the Iraqi people.

 

Pakistan in a mist of in an attempt forming a new government will see the Parliament convene within two weeks. President Pervez Musharraf says he will call the national and provincial assemblies together. He is pledging to support the new government that will be formed by the lawmakers. VOA correspondent Steve / has more from Islamabad.

Hundreds of fires since the February 18th election for not calling parliament decision, President Pervez Musharraf on Friday announced that lawmakers are convened here in a week or two. And the battle leader promised there would be no hurdles put in their way as they tried to form a coalition government. The former general speaking in / province praised the forces of moderation for triumphing in last month’s elections. The president who is fed up of his parliament convincing a matter of tense speculation is pledging the back of the next government.

Masharraf says he is maintaining that he would fully support the incoming government just who would head the government remains unclear.

The Pakistani People’s Party known as the PPP has not yet announced who will be nominated for the Prime Minister. The party of the assassinated Benazir Bhutto was the best performer in the February 18th election and the negotiating with the run-off. A party led by former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on a lineup for the government. Steve /, VOA News, Islamabad.

 

Thailand says it will investigate a Russian man for illegal arm sales before deports him to the United States where he is accused of selling weapons to a rebel group in Colombia. Authorities displayed a victory about reporters in Bangkok today. US officials wanted him to be extradited after federal officials in New York charged him with conspiring to provide material support to the revolutionary arm forces of Colombia, /. But Thai authorities say prosecutors have yet to decide about first face trial in their country on charges given weapons and financial support to terrorists about /  10 years in a Thai prison if convicted.

 

The UN Children’s Fund says it has received permission from the government of Chad to return 103 children to their families. The children were taken from their homes away in Chad by French charity workers. They said they believed that the children were orphans from Sudan’s Darfur region. But an international investigation found most of the children were Chadian, with at least on parent or guardian alive. The children have been held in an orphanage for the past 5 months.

 

Georgia is criticizing Russia for lifting trade and financial sanctions on the Georgian / region of Abkhazia, which is seeking recognition as an independent country. Georgia’s Foreign Minister issued a statement today, saying Russia’s action is in an attempt to infringe on Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

 

Zimbabwe is excluding the United States and United Nation officials from a list of election monitors for the March 29th elections. The state-controlled Hero Newspaper called the state’s foreign affairs minister insane that president / will serve as monitors. He said the government is selecting 47 foreign observing teams from the African Union, Russia, Kenya, Iran and other nations that maintain relations with the / government.

 

On Wall Street, the US Indexes are down at this hour.

I’m Dave Deforest, VOA News.

 

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Thousands of mourners have gathered in Jerusalem to remember the 8 victims of Thursday night's attack on a Jewish religious school. Witnesses said the gunman entered a crowded room at the seminary and opened fire with a rifle, killing 8 people and wounding 35. Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld. "He opened fire at a number of students, all students that he saw,  and he was inside shot and killed at the entrance of the library." Police say the gunman was a 25-year-old Palestinian resident of east Jerusalem. The attack was the worst to occur in Israel in two years. Israeli forces have restricted travel from the West Bank where the gunman lived until Saturday evening.

 

Iraqi security officials have raised the death toll from Thursday's twin bomb attacks in Baghdad to at least 68. Police say more than 120 people were wounded when the two bombs went off within minutes of each other, destroying shops and cars in the Karrada neighborhood in the Iraqi capital. No one has claimed responsibility for the attacks. A senior US military officer in Baghdad described the attack as a senseless act of violence directed against the Iraqi people.

 

Pakistan, in the midst of an attempt to form a new government, will see the parliament convened within two weeks. President Pervez Musharraf says he will call the national and provincial assemblies together. He is pledging to support the new government that will be formed by the lawmakers. VOA correspondent Steve Herman has more from Islamabad.                     
                                                              
Under fire since the February 18 election for not calling parliament into session, President Pervez Musharraf on Friday announced that lawmakers are to convene here in a week or two. And the embattled leader promised there would be no hurdles put in their way as they try to form a new coalition government. A former general, speaking in Sindh province, praised the forces of moderation for triumphing in last month's elections. The president, whose fate after parliament convenes is a matter of intense speculation, is pledging to back the next government. Musharraf says that if peace is maintained, he will fully support the incoming government. Just who will head that government still remains unclear. The Pakistan Peoples Party, known as the PPP, has not yet announced whom it will nominate for prime minister. The party of the assassinated Benazir Buhtto was the best performer in the February 18 election and is negotiating with the runnerup, the party led by former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on the lineup for the new government. Steve Herman, VOA News, Islamabad.                          

                         

Thailand says it will investigate a Russian man for illegal arms sales before it deports him to the United States where he is accused of trying to sell weapons to a rebel group in Colombia. Authorities displayed Viktor Bout to reporters in Bangkok today. US officials want him to be extradited after federal officials in New York charged him with conspiring to provide material support to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. But Thai authorities say prosecutors have yet to decide if Bout will first face trial in their country on charges of giving weapons and financial support to terrorists. Bout faces up to 10 years in a Thai prison if convicted.      

 

The UN Children's Fund says it has received permission from the government of Chad to return 103 children to their families. The children were taken from their homes in Chad by French charity workers who said they believe the children were orphans from Sudan's Darfur region. But an international investigation found most of the children were Chadian, with at least one parent or guardian alive. The children had been held in an orphanage for the past five months.

 

Georgia is criticizing Russia for lifting trade and financial sanctions on the Georgian separatist region of Abkhazia which is seeking recognition as an independent country. Georgia's foreign ministry issued a statement today, saying Russia's action is an attempt to infringe on Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity.
            
Zimbabwe is excluding the United States and European Union officials form a list of election monitors for the March 29th elections. The state-controlled "Herald" newspaper quoted the nation's Foreign Affairs Minister as saying allies of President Robert Mugabe will serve as monitors. He said the government has selected 47 foreign observer teams from the African Union, Russia, Kenya, Iran and other nations that maintain relations with the Mugabe government.

 

On Wall Street US stock indexes are down at this hour.

 

I'm David Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews.com.

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I'm David Deforest from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Thousands of mourners have gathered in Jerusalem to remember the 8 victims of Thursday night's attack on a Jewish religious school. Witnesses said the gunman entered a crowded room at the seminary and opened fire with a rifle, killing 8 people and wounding 35. Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld. "He opened fire at a number of students, the four students that he saw,  and he was then in fact shot and killed at the entrance to the library." Police say the gunman was a 25-year-old Palestinian resident of east Jerusalem. The attack was the worst to occur in Israel in two years. Israeli forces have restricted travel from the West Bank where the gunman lived until Saturday evening.

 

Iraqi security officials have raised the death toll from Thursday's twin bomb attacks in Baghdad to at least 68. Police say more than 120 people were wounded when the two bombs went off within minutes of each other, destroying shops and cars in the Karrada neighborhood in the Iraqi capital. No one has claimed responsibility for the attacks. A senior US military officer in Baghdad described the attack as a senseless act of violence directed against the Iraqi people.

 

Pakistan, in the midst of an attempt to form a new government, will see the parliament convened within two weeks. President Pervez Musharraf says he will call the national and provincial assemblies together. He is pledging to support the new government that will be formed by the lawmakers. VOA correspondent Steve Herman has more from Islamabad.                     
                                                              
Under fire since the February 18 election for not calling parliament into session, President Pervez Musharraf on Friday announced that lawmakers are to convene here in a week or two. And the embattled leader promised there would be no hurdles put in their way as they try to form a new coalition government. A former general, speaking in Sindh province, praised the forces of moderation for triumphing in last month's elections. The president, whose fate after parliament convenes is a matter of intense speculation, is pledging to back the next government. Musharraf says that if peace is maintained, he will fully support the incoming government. Just who will head that government still remains unclear. The Pakistan Peoples Party, known as the PPP, has not yet announced whom it will nominate for prime minister. The party of the assassinated Benazir Buhtto was the best performer in the February 18 election and is negotiating with the runnerup, the party led by former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on the lineup for the new government. Steve Herman, VOA News, Islamabad.                          

                         

Thailand says it will investigate a Russian man for illegal arms sales before it deports him to the United States where he is accused of trying to sell weapons to a rebel group in Colombia. Authorities displayed Viktor Bout to reporters in Bangkok today. US officials want him to be extradited after federal officials in New York charged him with conspiring to provide material support to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. But Thai authorities say prosecutors have yet to decide if Bout will first face trial in their country on charges of giving weapons and financial support to terrorists. Bout faces up to 10 tens in a Thai prison if convicted.      

 

The UN Children's Fund says it has received permission from the government of Chad to return 103 children to their families. The children were taken from their homes in Chad by French charity workers who said they believe the children were orphans from Sudan's Darfur region. But an international investigation found most of the children were Chadian, with at least one parent or guardian alive. The children had been held in an orphanage for the past five months.

 

Georgia is criticizing Russia for lifting trade and financial sanctions on the Georgian separatist region of Abkhazia which is seeking recognition as an independent country. Georgia's foreign ministry issued a statement today, saying Russia's action is an attempt to infringe on Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity.
            
Zimbabwe is excluding the United States and European Union officials from a list of election monitors for the March 29th elections. The state-controlled "Herald" newspaper quoted the nation's Foreign Affairs Minister as saying allies of President Robert Mugabe will serve as monitors. He said the government has selected 47 foreign observer teams from the African Union, Russia, Kenya, Iran and other nations that maintain relations with the Mugabe government.

 

On Wall Street US stock indexes are down at this hour.

 

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Homework I’m David Forst from the VOA news center in Washington. Thousands of mourners gathered in Jerusalem to remember eight victims of Thursday night attack on the Jurish religion school. Witness said the gunman enter the crowded room at the ceremony and open fire with the rifle killing eight people and wounding thirty-five. Israeli police spokesman Mikee Fousnfool:” More than five and a number of students entered the school’s door and he was shocked and entered the laborary.” Police say the gunman was twenty-five-year-old Palestine resident of east Jerusalem. The attack was the worst to occur in Israel in two years. Israeli forces were restricted travel from west bank where the gunman lived until Saturday evening. Iraq of security officials has raised the death talks from twin bomber attacks at Baghdad to release sixty-eight. Police say more than one hundred people were wounded when the two bombers were off minutes each other destroyed the shops and cars in the coralberry in the Iraqi capital. No one was claimed the responsibility for the attacks a senior officer in Baghdad, described the attack it is the sense of violence directly to the Iraqi people.

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homework: 11:17 I am David Forest from the VOA news center in Washington. Thousands of mourners have gathered in Jerusalem to remember the 8 victims of Thursday night's attack on a Jewish religious school. Witnesses said the gunmen entered the crowded room at a ceminary and opened fire with a riffle killing 8 people and wounding 35. Israeli police spokesman Micky Rozenfall. open fire at the numbers two, and he was in five southern kill, at the entrance of the library. Police say the gunmen was a 25 year old Palestinian resident of East Jerusalem. The attack was the worst to occur in Israel in two years. Israeli forces have restricted travel from the west bank where the gunman lived until Saturday evening. Iraqi security officials have raised the death toll from Thursday's twin bomb attacks in Bagdad to at least 68. Police say more than 120 people were wounded when the two bombs went off within minutes of each other destroying shops and cars in the Coraden neighborhood in the Iraqi capital. Noone has claimed responsibility for the attacks. A senior US military officer in Bagdad described the attack as a sensiless act violence direct against the Iraqi people. Pakistan in the Mr. Mits of an attempt to form a new government will see the parliament convin within two weeks. President Pervez Musharraf says he will call the national and provincial assemblies together. He is pledging to support the new government that will be formed by the lawmakers. VOA correspondent Steve Heman has more from Islamabad. Under fires since the Febuary 18th election for not calling parliament end session, president Pervez Musharraf on Friday announced that lawmakers are to convin here in a week or two. And the battle of leader promise there would be no heddles put in the way as they trid to form a new coalition government. A former general speaking in Saint Province praised the forces of moderation for triumpthing in last month's elections. The president who is fade after parliament convins of a matter venten speculation is pledging to back the next government. Musharraf says the peace is maintain that he will fully support the incoming government. Just who will ahead that government still remains unclear. The Pakistan people's party known as the PPP has not yet announced who may will nominate for prime minsiter. The party of the assassinated Benizier Bhuto was the best performer in the Febuary 18th election and is negotiating with the runner off. The party led by former prime minister Nowa Shirrif on the line up for the new government. Steve Heman, VOA news. Islamabad. Thailand says it will investigate a Russian man for illegal arm sales before it deports him to the United States where he is accused of trying to sell weapons to a rebel group in Columbia. Authorities displayed victor Bowed to reporters in Bangkok today US officials want him to be extrodided after federal officials in New York charged him with comspiring to provide material support to the revolutionary arm forces of Columbia or Fark. But Thai authorities say prosecutors have yet to decide of Bowed Vow first face's trial in their country on charges of giving weapons and financial support to terrorists. Bowed faces up to 10 years in a Thai prison if convicted. The UN childrens' fund says it has received permission from the government of Chad to return 103 people to the, honor to three children I should say, to their families. The children were taken from their homes in Chad by French charity workers who said they believe the children wre orphans from Sudan's Durfur region. But an international investigation found most of the children were Chadian with at least one parent or guardian alive. The children had been held in an orphanage for the past five months. Georger is criticizing Russia for lifting trade and financial sanctions on the Georgian separatists region of Abcasia which is seeking recognition of an independent country. George's foreign ministry issued a statement today saying Russia's action is an attempt to imfran John George's soveignty and territorial integrity. Zimbabuwei is excluding the United States and European Union officials from a list of election moniters for the March 29th elections. The state controlled hero newspaper called the nation's foreign affairs minister as saying the lives of president Robert Mugabay will serve as monisters. He said the government has selected 47 foreign observer teams from the African Union, Russia, Kenya, Iran and other nations that maintain relations with the Mugabay government. On Wall Street US stock indexes are down at this hour. I am David Forest, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com. 12:24

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I'm David Deforest from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Thousands of mourners have gathered in Jerusalem to remember the 8 victims of Thursday night's attack on a Jewish religious school. Witnesses said the gunman entered a crowded room at the seminary and opened fire with a rifle, killing 8 people and wounding 35. Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld. "He opened fire at a number of students, the four students that he saw, and he was then in fact shot and killed at the entrance to the library. " Police say the gunman was a 25-year-old Palestinian resident of east Jerusalem. The attack was the worst to occur in Israel in two years. Israeli forces have restricted travel from the West Bank where the gunman lived until Saturday evening.

 

Iraqi security officials have raised the death toll from Thursday's twin bomb attacks in Baghdad to at least 68. Police say more than 120 people were wounded when the two bombs went off within minutes of each other, destroying shops and cars in the Karrada neighborhood in the Iraqi capital. No one has claimed responsibility for the attacks. A senior US military officer in Baghdad described the attack as a senseless act of violence directed against the Iraqi people.

 

Pakistan, in the midst of an attempt to form a new government, will see the parliament convened within two weeks. President Pervez Musharraf says he will call the national and provincial assemblies together. He is pledging to support the new government that will be formed by the lawmakers. VOA correspondent Steve Herman has more from Islamabad.

Under fire since the February 18 election for not calling parliament into session, President Pervez Musharraf on Friday announced that lawmakers are to convene here in a week or two. And the embattled leader promised there would be no hurdles put in their way as they try to form a new coalition government. A former general, speaking in Sindh province, praised the forces of moderation for triumphing in last month's elections. The president, whose fate after parliament convenes is a matter of intense speculation, is pledging to back the next government. Musharraf says that if peace is maintained, he will fully support the incoming government. Just who will head that government still remains unclear. The Pakistan People's Party, known as the PPP, has not yet announced whom it will nominate for prime minister. The party of the assassinated Benazir Bhutto was the best performer in the February 18 election and is negotiating with the runner-up - the party led by former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on the lineup for the new government. Steve Herman, VOA News, Islamabad.

 

Thailand says it will investigate a Russian man for illegal arms sales before it deports him to the United States where he is accused of trying to sell weapons to a rebel group in Colombia. Authorities displayed Viktor Bout to reporters in Bangkok today. US officials want him to be extradited after federal officials in New York charged him with conspiring to provide material support to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. But Thai authorities say prosecutors have yet to decide if Bout will first face trial in their country on charges of giving weapons and financial support to terrorists. Bout faces up to 10 years in a Thai prison if convicted.

 

The UN Children's Fund says it has received permission from the government of Chad to return 103 children to their families. The children were taken from their homes in Chad by French charity workers who said they believe the children were orphans from Sudan's Darfur region. But an international investigation found most of the children were Chadian, with at least one parent or guardian alive. The children have been held in an orphanage for the past five months.

 

Georgia is criticizing Russia for lifting trade and financial sanctions on the Georgian separatist region of Abkhazia which is seeking recognition as an independent country. Georgia's Foreign Ministry issued a statement today, saying Russia's action is an attempt to infringe on Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity.

Zimbabwe is excluding the United States and European Union officials from a list of election monitors for the March 29th elections. The state-controlled "Herald" newspaper quoted the nation's foreign affairs minister as saying allies of President Robert Mugabe will serve as monitors. He said the government had selected 47 foreign observer teams from the African Union, Russia, Kenya, Iran and other nations that maintain relations with the Mugabe government.

 

On Wall Street, US stock indexes are down at this hour.

 

I'm David Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet at voanews. com.

 

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