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

 

Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is ordering Shiite militants fighting government forces in the southern city of Basra to surrender their weapons within three days or face the consequences. Mr. Maliki issued the ultimatum from Basra today where he is supervising a military operation against Shiite militias. Iraqi officials say at least 40 people have been killed and at least 200 wounded in two days of fighting in the city. Meanwhile, officials say fighting in Baghdad's Sadr City district has killed at least 14 people and wounded at least 100 others.

 

In Washington, President Bush is to visit the U.S. Defense Department today for closed-door talks with top officials on whether to continue reducing troop levels in Iraq or take a pause to see if recent gains in Iraq's security hold.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has begun a state visit to Britain aimed at improving cooperation on defense, immigration and economic policies. Queen Elizabeth welcomed the French leader and his wife to Windsor Castle. Ahead of Mr. Sarkozy's address to both Houses of Parliament, he will hold talks with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Thursday.

 

Officials in the government of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak say they will back a United Nations' resolution critical of human rights abuses in North Korea. VOA correspondent Kurt Achin reports.  
 
South Korean foreign ministry officials confirmed Wednesday Seoul will support the measure, expected to come to a vote in the United Nations' Human Rights Council later this week. Several similar measures in previous years is based on the reporting of UN-appointed special researcher Vitit Muntabhorn, a Thai legal scholar. Vitit's latest report delivered last month, accuses North Korea of imprisoning entire North Korean families under "appalling" conditions. It also says the North makes "extensive use of torture and public executions." Kang Suk-hee, secretary for human rights at the South Korean Foreign Ministry, says Seoul approves of Vitit's work. He says one of the reasons South Korea favors the measure is because it will reappoint Vitit for another one-year term. North Korea has always denied having any human rights problems, whatsoever. The North foreign ministry has denounced Vitit as "a mouthpiece for hostile forces" who seek to disrupt North Korea's government, " using human rights as an excuse." Kurt Achin, VOA News, Seoul.

 

Egypt says President Hosni Mubarak will not attend an Arab summit in the Syrian capital Damascus this week. Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul-Gheit told the state News Agency today that a lower level cabinet minister will head the Egyptian delegation instead. The two-day summit which began Saturday is typically attended by heads of states from the participating Arab countries. Egypt's move follows an announcement Tuesday from Lebanon that it would boycott the summit. On Monday, Saudi Arabia announced its King Abdullah will not be attending the summit.
 
The government of the Comoro says it will install an interim administration on the island of Anjouan by the end of the week, following the overthrow of the island's self-proclaimed leader on Tuesday. Comoran Foreign Minister Ahmed Gaffar tells VOA organizing a free and fair election is a priority for the government.

 

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

 

Vocabulary

 

closed-door: not open to the public. a. 非公开的
Windsor Castle: 温莎城堡(英国著名城堡)
whatsoever: one or some or every or all without specification. ad. (用于否定句中以加强语气)任何
self-proclaimed: a. 自称的

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


Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is ordering Shiite militants fighting government forces in the soutnern city of Basra to surrender their weapons within three days or face the consequences.Mr.Maliki issued the ultimatum from Basra today where he is supervising a military operation against Shiite militias.Iraqo officials say at least 40 people have been killed and at least 200 wounded in two days of fighting in the city.Meanwhile officials say fighting in Baghdad's southern city district has killed at least 14 people and wounded at least 100 others.

 

In Washington President Bush is to  visit the U.S. defence department today for close door  talks with top officials on whether to continue reducing troop levels in Iraq or take a pause to see if recent gains in Iraq security hold.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has began a state visit to Britain aimed at improving cooperation on defence, immigration and  economic policies.Queen Elizabeth welcomed the French leader and his wife to Windsor Castle  ahead of Mr.Sarkozy's address to both houses of Parliament.He will hold talks with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Thursday.

 

Officials in the government of Sounth Korea President Lee Myung-bak say they will back United Nation's resolution critical of Human Rights abuses in North Korea.VOA correspondent Kurt Achin reports.Soutn Korea Foreign Ministry officials confirmed Wednesday Seoul will support the measure expected to come to a vote in the United Nation's Human Rights Council later this week.Several similar measures in previous years is based on the reporting of UN appoint of special research of Vitit Muntabhorn, a Thai legal scholar.Vitit's latest report delivered last month accuses North Korea of imprisoning entire North Korea familys under appalling conditions.It also says the North makes extensive use of torture and public executions.Kang Suk-hee,secretary for Human Rights at the South Korea Foreign Ministry says Seoul approves the Vitit's work.He says one of the reasons South Korea favors the measure is beacause it will reappoint Vitit for another one year term.North Korea has always denied having any Human Rights problems  whatsoever.The North's Foreign Minister has denounced Vitit as "a mouthpiece for hostile forces ",who seek to disrupt North Korea's government, "using human rights as an excuse." Kurt Achin ,VOA news Seoul.

 

Egypt says President Hosni Mubarak  will not attend an Arab summit in the Syrian capital Damascus this week. Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul-Gheit told the state News Agency today that a lower level cabinet minister will head the Egyptian delegation instead.The two-day's summit which began Saturday is typically attended by heads of states from the participating Arab countries.Egypt's move follows an announcement Tuesday from Lebanon that it would boycott the summit.On Monday Saudi Arabia announced its king Abdullah will not be attending the summit.

 

The government of the Comoro says it will install an entertainment ministration on the island of  Anjouan by the end of the week following the overthrew of the island's self-declared  leader on Tuesday. Comoro Foreign Minister Ahmed Gaffar tells VOA organizing a free and fair election is a priority for the government.

 

I'm Dave Deforest ,VOA news ,more News on the internet at voanews.com.

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Iraqi Prime Minister Nauria Malaki Nouri al-Maliki is ordering Shiite militants fighting government forces in the southern city of * to surrender their weapons within three days or face the consequences. Mr. Maliki issued the memorandum from * today where he is supervising a military operation against Shiite militias. Iraqi officials say at least 40 people have been killed and at least 200 wounded in two days of fighting in the city. Meanwhile, officials say fighting in Baghdad southern city district has killed at least 14 people and wounded at least 1000 others.

 

In Washington President Bush is to visit the US Defense Department today for close-door talks with top officials on whether to continue reducing troop levels in Iraq or take the pause to see if the recent gains in Iraq is security hold.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has begun a state visit to Britain aimed improving cooperation on defense, immigration and economic policies. Queen Elizabeth welcomed the French leader and his wife to Winner Castle ahead of Mr. Sarkozy’s address to both houses of parliament. He will hold talks with British Prime Minister Golden Brown on Thursday.

 

Officials in the government of South Korean President * say they will back UN’s resolution critical of human rights abuses in North Korea. South Korean Foreign Ministry officials confirmed Wednesday Seoul will support the measure expected to come to a vote in the UN’s Human Rights Council later this week. Several measures in previous years is based on the reporting of UN appointed special researcher Widy : a Thai legal scholar. Widy’s latest report delivered last month accuses North Korea of imprisoning entire North Korean families under appalling conditions. It also says the North makes extensive use of torture and public accusations. *, Secretary for Human Rights at the South Korean Foreign Ministry says Seoul approves of Widy’s work. He says one of the reasons South Korea favors the measure is because it will reappoint Widy for another one-year term. North Korea has always denied having any human rights problems whatsoever. The North Foreign Ministry has denounced Widy as a mouth peace for hostile forces who seek to disrupt North Korea’s government using human rights as an excuse.

 

Egypt says President * will not attend an Arab Summit in the Syria capital * this week. Egyptian Foreign Minister * told the state news agency today that a lower level cabinet minister will head of the Egyptian delegation instead. The two day’s summit which begun Saturday is typically attended by heads of state from the participating Arab countries. Egypt’s move follows an announcement Tuesday from * that it will boycott the summit. On Monday, Saudi Arabia announced its king * will not be attending the summit.

 

The government of * says it will install an intimate ministering on the island of * by the end of the week following the overthrow of the island’s self-claimed leader on Tuesday. *’s Foreign Minister * tells VOA organizing a free and fair election is a priority for the government.

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Iraqi Prime Minister Nauria Malaki Nouri al-Maliki is ordering Shiite militants fighting government forces in the southern city of Basra to surrender their weapons within three days or face the consequences. Mr. Maliki issued the memorandum from Basra today where he is supervising a military operation against Shiite militias. Iraqi officials say at least 40 people have been killed and at least 200 wounded in two days of fighting in the city. Meanwhile, officials say fighting in Baghdad southern city district has killed at least 14 people and wounded at least 100 others.

 

In Washington President Bush is to visit the US Defense Department today for close-door talks with top officials on whether to continue reducing troop levels in Iraq or take the pause to see if the recent gains in Iraq is security hold.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has begun a state visit to Britain aimed at improving cooperation on defense, immigration and economic policies. Queen Elizabeth welcomed the French leader and his wife to Winner Castle ahead of Mr. Sarkozy’s address to both houses of parliament. He will hold talks with British Prime Minister Golden Brown on Thursday.

 

Officials in the government of South Korean President * say they will back UN’s resolution critical of human rights abuses in North Korea. South Korean Foreign Ministry officials confirmed Wednesday Seoul will support the measure expected to come to a vote in the UN’s Human Rights Council later this week.

 

Several measures in previous years is based on the reporting of UN appointed special researcher Widy : a Thai legal scholar. Widy’s latest report delivered last month accuses North Korea of imprisoning entire North Korean families under appalling conditions. It also says the North makes extensive use of torture and public accusations. *, Secretary for Human Rights at the South Korean Foreign Ministry says Seoul approves of Widy’s work. He says one of the reasons South Korea favors the measure is because it will reappoint Widy for another one-year term. North Korea has always denied having any human rights problems whatsoever.

 

The North Foreign Ministry has denounced Widy as a mouth peace for hostile forces who seek to disrupt North Korea’s government using human rights as an excuse.

 

Egypt says President Hosni Mubarak will not attend an Arab Summit in the Syria capital * this week.

 

Egyptian Foreign Minister * told the state news agency today that a lower level cabinet minister will head of the Egyptian delegation instead.

 

The two day’s summit which begun Saturday is typically attended by heads of state from the participating Arab countries. Egypt’s move follows an announcement Tuesday from * that it will boycott the summit.

 

On Monday, Saudi Arabia announced its king * will not be attending the summit. The government of * says it will install an intimate ministering on the island of * by the end of the week following the overthrow of the island’s self-claimed leader on Tuesday. *’s Foreign Minister * tells VOA organizing a free and fair election is a priority for the government

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


Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is ordering Shiite militants fighting government forces in the soutnern city of Basra to surrender their weapons within three days or face the consequences.Mr.Maliki issued the ultimatum from Basra today where he is supervising a military operation against Shiite militias.Iraqo officials say at least 40 people have been killed and at least 200 wounded in two days of fighting in the city.Meanwhile officials say fighting in Baghdad's southern city district has killed at least 14 people and wounded at least 100 others.

 

In Washington President Bush is to  visit the U.S. defence department today for close door  talks with top officials on whether to continue reducing troop levels in Iraq or take a pause to see if recent gains in Iraq security hold.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has began a state visit to Britain aimed at improving cooperation on defence, immigration and  economic policies.Queen Elizabeth welcomed the French leader and his wife to Windsor Castle  ahead of Mr.Sarkozy's address to both houses of Parliament.He will hold talks with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Thursday.

 

Officials in the government of Sounth Korea President Lee Myung-bak say they will back United Nation's resolution critical of Human Rights abuses in North Korea.VOA correspondent Kurt Achin reports.Soutn Korea Foreign Ministry officials confirmed Wednesday Seoul will support the measure expected to come to a vote in the United Nation's Human Rights Council later this week.Several similar measures in previous years is based on the reporting of UN appoint of special research of Vitit Muntabhorn, a Thai legal scholar.Vitit's latest report delivered last month accuses North Korea of imprisoning entire North Korea familys under appalling conditions.It also says the North makes extensive use of torture and public executions.Kang Suk-hee,secretary for Human Rights at the South Korea Foreign Ministry says Seoul approves the Vitit's work.He says one of the reasons South Korea favors the measure is because it will reappoint Vitit for another one year term.North Korea has always denied having any Human Rights problems  whatsoever.The North's Foreign Minister has denounced Vitit as "a mouthpiece for hostile forces ",who seek to disrupt North Korea's government, "using human rights as an excuse." Kurt Achin ,VOA news Seoul.

 

Egypt says President Hosni Mubarak  will not attend an Arab summit in the Syrian capital Damascus this week. Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul-Gheit told the state News Agency today that a lower level cabinet minister will head the Egyptian delegation instead.The two-day's summit which began Saturday is typically attended by heads of states from the participating Arab countries.Egypt's move follows an announcement Tuesday from Lebanon that it would boycott the summit.On Monday Saudi Arabia announced its king Abdullah will not be attending the summit.

 

The government of the Comoro says it will install an interim ministration on the island of  Anjouan by the end of the week following the overthrew of the island's self-declared  leader on Tuesday. Comoro Foreign Minister Ahmed Gaffar tells VOA organizing a free and fair election is a priority for the government.

 

I'm Dave Deforest ,VOA news ,more News on the internet at voanews.com.

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I'm David Deforst from the VOA News center in Washington.

 

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In Washington, President Bush has devised the US Defense Department today for closedoor talks with top officials on whether to continue reducing troop levels in Iraq or take a pause to see if recent games in Iraq in secure hold.

 

French President N S has begun a state visit to Britain aimed improving coopeartion on defense, immigration and economic policys. Queen E welcame the French leader and his wife to Wense Castle ahead of Mr. S's address to both house of parliament. He will hold talks with British prime minister Gorden Brain on Turesday.

 

Officials in the government of South Korean president \ say they will abet the United Nations resolution critical of human rights abuses in North Korea. VOA's correspondent report:

 

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

 

Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has ordered Shi'ite militants fighting government forces in the southern city of Basra to surrender their weapons within three days or face the consequences.Mr.Maliki issued the ultimatum from  Basra today, where he is supervising a military operation against Shi'ite militias.Iraqi officials say at least 40 people have been killed and at least 200 wounded in two days of fighting in the city. Meanwhile, officials say fighting in Baghdad's Sadr City district has killed at least 14 people and wounded at least 100 others.In Washington, President Bush is to visit the U.S. Defense Department today for close toward talks with top officials on whether to continue reducing troop levels in Iraq or take a pause to see if recent game in Iraq security hold.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has begun a state visit to Britain aimd at improving cooperatin on defense, immigration, and economic policies. Queen Elizabeth welcomed the French leader and his wife to Windsor Castle ahead of Mr. Sarkozy's address to both houses of Parliament. He will hold talks with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Thursday.

 

Officials in the government of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak say they will back a United Nations resolution critical of human rights abuses in North Korea.  VOA Correspondent Kurt Achin reports.

 

South Korean Foreign Ministry officials confirmed Wednesday Seoul will support the measure expected to come to a vote in the United Nations Human Rights Council late this week. *  several  measures in previous years is based on the reporting of U.N.-appointed special researcher Vitit Muntabhorn, a Thai legal scholar. Vitit's latest report, delivered last month, accuses North Korea of imprisoning entire North Korean families under "appalling" conditions. It also says the North makes "extensive use of torture and public executions." Kang Suk-hee, secretary for human rights at the South Korean Foreign Ministry, says Seoul approves of Vitit's work.He says one of the reasons South Korea favors the measure is because it will reappoint Vitit for another one-year term. North Korea has always denied having any human rights problems, whatsoever. The North's foreign ministry has denounced Vitit as "a mouthpiece for hostile forces" who seek to disrupt North Korea's government, "using human rights as an excuse." Kurt Achin, VOA News, Seoul.

 

Egypt says President Hosni Mubarak will not attend an Arab summit in the Syrian capital Damascus this week. Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul-Gheit told the state News Agency today that a lower level cabinet minister will head the Egyptian delegation instead. The two-day's summit which began Saturday is typically attended by heads of states from the participating Arab countries. Egypt's move follows an announcement Tuesday from Lebanon that it would boycott the summit. On Monday, Saudi Arabia announced its king Abdullah will not be attending the summit.

 

The government of the Comoro says it will install an interim administration on the island of Anjouan by the end of the week, following the overthrow of the island's self-declared leader on Tuesday. Comoro Foreign Minister Ahmed Gaffar tells VOA organizing a free and fair election is a priority for the government.

 

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

 

reappoint v.再任命, 重新指定
mouthpiece n.话筒, 代言人, 乐器的吹口
disrupt v.使中断, 使分裂, 使瓦解, 使陷于混乱, 破坏
excuse n.An explanation offered to justify or obtain forgiveness.A reason or grounds for excusing:Ignorance is no excuse for breaking the law.理由, 口实, 借口
Comoro 科摩罗群岛[非洲]
interim / 5intErim /   adj. Belonging to, serving during, or taking place during an intermediate interval of time; temporary:中间的, 临时的, 间歇的  an interim agreement.


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


Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is ordering Shiite militants fighting government forces in the soutnern city of Basra to surrender their weapons within three days or face the consequences.Mr.Maliki issued the ultimatum from Basra today where he is supervising a military operation against Shiite militias.Iraqo officials say at least 40 people have been killed and at least 200 wounded in two days of fighting in the city.Meanwhile officials say fighting in Baghdad's southern city district has killed at least 14 people and wounded at least 100 others.

 

In Washington President Bush is to  visit the U.S. defence department today for close door  talks with top officials on whether to continue reducing troop levels in Iraq or take a pause to see if recent gains in Iraq is securely hold.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has began a state visit to Britain aimed at improving cooperation on defence, immigration and  economic policies.Queen Elizabeth welcomed the French leader and his wife to Windsor Castle  ahead of Mr.Sarkozy's address to both houses of Parliament.He will hold talks with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Thursday.

 

Officials in the government of Sounth Korea President Lee Myung-bak say they will back United Nation's resolution critical of Human Rights abuses in North Korea.VOA correspondent Kurt Achin reports.Soutn Korea Foreign Ministry officials confirmed Wednesday Seoul will support the measure expected to come to a vote in the United Nation's Human Rights Council later this week.Several similar measures in previous years is based on reporting of UN appointed special researcher Vitit Muntabhorn, a Thai legal scholar.Vitit's latest report delivered last month accuses North Korea of imprisoning entire North Korea familys under appalling conditions.It also says the North makes extensive use of torture and public executions.Kang Suk-hee,secretary for Human Rights at the South Korea Foreign Ministry says Seoul approves the Vitit's work.He says one of the reasons South Korea favors the measure is because it will reappoint Vitit for another one year term.North Korea has always denied having any Human Rights problems  whatsoever.The North's Foreign Minister has denounced Vitit as "a mouthpiece for hostile forces ",who seek to disrupt North Korea's government, "using human rights as an excuse." Kurt Achin ,VOA news Seoul.

 

Egypt says President Hosni Mubarak  will not attend an Arab summit in the Syrian capital Damascus this week. Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul-Gheit told the state News Agency today that a lower level cabinet minister will head the Egyptian delegation instead.The two-day's summit which began Saturday is typically attended by heads of states from the participating Arab countries.Egypt's move follows an announcement Tuesday from Lebanon that it would boycott the summit.On Monday Saudi Arabia announced its king Abdullah will not be attending the summit.

 

The government of the Comoro says it will install an interim administration on the island of  Anjouan by the end of the week following the overthrow of the island's self-declared  leader on Tuesday. Comoro Foreign Minister Ahmed Gaffar tells VOA organizing a free and fair election is a priority for the government.

 

I'm Dave 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.


Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is ordering Shiite militants fighting government forces in the southern city of Basra to surrender their weapons within three days or face the consequences. Mr. Maliki issued the ultimatum from Basra today where he is supervising a military operation against Shiite militias. Iraqi officials say at least 40 people have been killed and at least 200 wounded in two days of fighting in the city. Meanwhile, officials say fighting in Baghdad's Sadr City district has killed at least 14 people and wounded at least 100 others.

 

In Washington, President Bush is to visit the U. S. defense department today for close-door talks with top officials on whether to continue reducing troop levels in Iraq or take a pause to see if recent gains in Iraq's security hold.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has begun a state visit to Britain aimed at improving cooperation on defense, immigration and economic policies. Queen Elizabeth welcomed the French leader and his wife to Windsor Castle ahead of Mr. Sarkozy's address to both Houses of Parliament. He will hold talks with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Thursday.

 

Officials in the government of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak say they will back a United Nations resolution critical of human rights abuses in North Korea. VOA correspondent Kurt Achin reports.

 

South Korean Foreign Ministry officials confirmed Wednesday Seoul will support the measure, expected to come to a vote in the United Nations Human Rights Council later this week. Several similar measures in previous years is based on the reporting of UN-appointed special researcher Vitit Muntabhorn, a Thai legal scholar. Vitit's latest report delivered last month accuses North Korea of imprisoning entire North Korean families under appalling conditions. It also says the North makes "extensive use of torture and public executions. " Kang Suk-hee, secretary for human rights at the South Korean Foreign Ministry, says Seoul approves of Vitit's work. He says one of the reasons South Korea favors the measure is because it will reappoint Vitit for another one year term. North Korea has always denied having any human rights problems, whatsoever. The North's Foreign Ministry has denounced Vitit as "a mouthpiece for hostile forces" who seek to disrupt North Korea's government, "using human rights as an excuse. " Kurt Achin, VOA News, Seoul.

 

Egypt says President Hosni Mubarak will not attend an Arab summit in the Syrian capital Damascus this week. Egyptian Foreign Minister, Ahmed Aboul-Gheit, told the state news agency today that a lower level cabinet minister will head the Egyptian delegation instead. The two-day summit which began Saturday is typically attended by heads of states from the participating Arab countries. Egypt's move follows an announcement Tuesday from Lebanon that it would boycott the summit. On Monday, Saudi Arabia announced its King Abdullah will not be attending the summit.

 

The government of the Comoro says it will install an interim administration on the island of Anjouan by the end of the week, following the overthrow of the island's self-declaring leader on Tuesday. Comoran Foreign Minister Ahmed Gaffar tells VOA organizing a free and fair election is a priority for the government.

 

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

 

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I’m David Forest from the VOA news center in Washington.

 

Iraqi prime minister M is ordering Shiite militants fighting government forces in the southern city of Basra to surrender their weapons within 3 days or face the consequences. Mr.M issued the automating form the government today where he is supervising a military operation against Shiite militias. Iraqi officials say at least 40 people were killed and at least 200 wounded in the two days fighting in the city. Meanwhile, officials say the fighting in Baghdad southern city district has killed at least 14 people and wounded at least 100 others.

 

In Washington ,  President Bush has visited the US defense department today for a close-door talk with top officials on whether to continue reducing troop levels in Iraq or take a pause to see if recent gains in Iraq is security hold.

 

French President S has begun a state visit to Britain aimed in improving co-operation on defense immigration and economic policies. Queen E welcomed the French leader and his wife to Wense Castle ahead of the Mr.S’s address to both house of parliament . He will hold talks with British Prime Minister Golden Brain on Tuesday.

 

Officials in the government of South Korea president say they will back United Nation’s resolution critical human rights abuses in North Korea. VOA’scorrespondent report .

 

South Korea’s foreign ministry officials confirmed Wednesday Seoul will support the measure, expect to come to a vote in United Nation’s human rights council later this week. Every similar measure in previous years is based on the reporting of UN appointed special researcher Vitit, a thai legal scholar. Vitit -led report delivered last month accused North Korea of Imprisoning entire North Korea family under polling conditions. It also says North Korea makes extensive use of torture and public accusations. C a secretary for human rights at the South Korea foreign ministry says Seoul approves the Vitit’s work. He says one of the reasons South Korea favors the measure is because he will reappointed Vitit for another one-year term. North Korea has always denied having any human right problem what’s so ever. The North Korea Foreign minister has denounced Vitit as a mouthpiece of hostile forces ? to disrupt North Korea government using human rights as san excuse. Coalition VOA news Seoul.

 

Egypt says the President ? will not attend the Arab summit in the S capital D this week. Egyptian Foreign minister M told state news agency today that a lower level ca minister will head a Egyptian delegation instead. The two-day summit which began Saturday is specifically attended by heads of state from participating Arab counties. Egypt’s move followeds an announcement Tuesday for ? that it will boycott the summit. On Monday, Saudi Arabian announced its king will not be attending the summit.

 

The government of K says it will install an interim administration on the island of A by the end of the week follow the overthrow of island’s self-claimed leader on Tuesday. C foreign minister tells VOA organizing a free in inferior election is a priority for the government.

 

 

I’m DF VOA news. More news on the Internet at VOANEWS.com.

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This is Nagpool, at the geographic center of India.It used to be known as one of the greenest cities in the country. Now, there are cars and tracks everywhere. Developers are running as many as dozens of new shopping malls and land prices are trippled. This project, in per city, would include five star hotel, a shopping center and ? tower with an Indian Marble. It would also use thousands of tons of steel. Local say they want more luxuries just like it, and more cars, moterbiles and electrical appliances.

 

Booming cities like Nagpool show why economists are coming more and more worried. The human activities were overwhelmed the earth's resources. As millions of people enter the middle class in China and India, they are demanding goods and services that many westners take for granted. That all mean unprecedented demand for oil, wheat, copper and water, as well as other basic resources whose supplies are already strentched. The concerns extends rural areas like this small village call Pangday, a few hours' distance from Manbye. Here, water tables are falling in a time of when farms need to increase production to meet the demand. Basin Trar, Wargley, 65, and has seen disappearance of close wells since water supply run dry. "Even when it rains," he says,"we aren't getting enough."

 

Local growers want the government to give them cheap electricities, so they can use pumps to raise more water from deep wells. That would help grow more. But it would also accelerate the ? of their resources, leaving them even worse off than before.

 

The problems are repeating across India and China. Residents want more meat to other higher protein foods. But where will the initial production come from? That's a hard question to answer. Some economics are hopeful. More conservation could ease some of strain and new technologies have emerged from the past to help the world get through from some of its previous resource limits. But until then, the presures were keep building. And places like this one would keep pushing the limits.

 

From India, this is the Patrit Boarder, from the Wall Street Journal.

 

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Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is ordering Shiite militants fighting government forces in the southern city of Basra to surrender their weapons within three days or face the consequences. Mr. Maliki issued the ultimatum from Basra today where he is supervising a military operation against Shiite militias. Iraqi officials say at least 40 people have been killed and at least 200 wounded in two days of fighting in the city. Meanwhile, officials say fighting in Baghdad's Sadr City district has killed at least 14 people and wounded at least 100 others.

 

In Washington, President Bush is to visit the U. S. defense department today for close-door talks with top officials on whether to continue reducing troop levels in Iraq or take a pause to see if recent gains in Iraq's security hold.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has begun a state visit to Britain aimed at improving cooperation on defense, immigration and economic policies. Queen Elizabeth welcomed the French leader and his wife to Windsor Castle ahead of Mr. Sarkozy's address to both Houses of Parliament. He will hold talks with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Thursday.

 

Officials in the government of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak say they will back a United Nations resolution critical of human rights abuses in North Korea. VOA correspondent Kurt Achin reports.

 

South Korean Foreign Ministry officials confirmed Wednesday Seoul will support the measure, expected to come to a vote in the United Nations Human Rights Council later this week. Several similar measures in previous years is based on the reporting of UN-appointed special researcher Vitit Muntabhorn, a Thai legal scholar. Vitit's latest report delivered last month accuses North Korea of imprisoning entire North Korean families under appalling conditions. It also says the North makes "extensive use of torture and public executions. " Kang Suk-hee, secretary for human rights at the South Korean Foreign Ministry, says Seoul approves of Vitit's work. He says one of the reasons South Korea favors the measure is because it will reappoint Vitit for another one year term. North Korea has always denied having any human rights problems, whatsoever. The North's Foreign Ministry has denounced Vitit as "a mouthpiece for hostile forces" who seek to disrupt North Korea's government, "using human rights as an excuse. " Kurt Achin, VOA News, Seoul.

 

Egypt says President Hosni Mubarak will not attend an Arab summit in the Syrian capital Damascus this week. Egyptian Foreign Minister, Ahmed Aboul-Gheit, told the state news agency today that a lower level cabinet minister will head the Egyptian delegation instead. The two-day summit which began Saturday is typically attended by heads of states from the participating Arab countries. Egypt's move follows an announcement Tuesday from Lebanon that it would boycott the summit. On Monday, Saudi Arabia announced its King Abdullah will not be attending the summit.

 

The government of the Comoro says it will install an interim administration on the island of Anjouan by the end of the week, following the overthrow of the island's self-proclaimed leader on Tuesday. Comoran Foreign Minister Ahmed Gaffar tells VOA organizing a free and fair election is a priority for the government.

 

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.

  Iraq prime minister Nouri al-Maliki is ordering Shiite militants fighting goverment forces in the southern city of Basara to surrender their weapons within 3 days or face the consequences.Mr Maliki issued the ultimi--from Basara today where he is supervising a military operation against Shiite militias.Iraqi officials say at least 40 people have been killed and at least 200 wounded in two days fighting against in the city.Meanwhile officials say fighting in Bagdad's Sadar city district has killed at least 14 people and wounded at least 100 others.

  In Washington, president Bush is to visit the US Defence Department today for close-door talk with top officials on whether to continue reducing troop levels in Iraq or take a pause to see if recent gains in Iraq's security hold.

  French President Nicolas Sarko---has begun a state visit to Britain aimed at improving cooperation on defence,immigration and economic policies.Queen E--welcome the French leader and his wife to ---castle ahead of Mr sarko--'s address to both Houses of parliment. He will hold talks with British Prime Minister Golden Brown on Thursday.

 Officials in the goverment of South Korea president---say they will back a United Nations resolutions critical of human rights abuses in North Korea.VOA corespondent KA reports.

  South Korean Foreign Ministary officials confirmed Wednesday s--will support the measure,expected to come to a vote in the United NationsHuman Rights Council later this week.Several similar measures in previous years is based on the reporting of UN-appointed special resercher VM, a high legal scholar.Vitis' latest report delivered last month accused North Korea of imprisoning entire North Korea families under appalling conditions.It also says the North makes extensive use of torcher and public excutions.KH,secretary for human rights at the South Korean Foreign Ministry, says Seaul approve the viti's work.He says one of the reasons South Korea favors the  measure is because it will reappoint Viti another one year term.North Korea has always denied  denied having any human rights problems, whatsoever. The North Foreign Ministary has denounced Viti as " a mouthpiece of h---forces who seek to disrupt North Korea's government, "using human rights as an excuse. " KA, VOA News, Seoul.

  Egypt says President HM will not attend an Arab summit in the Syrian capital D this week. Egyptian Foreign Minister, Ahmed A---told the state news agency today that a lower level cabinet minister will head the Egyptian delegation instead. The two-day summit which began Saturday is typically attended by heads of states from the participating Arab countries. Egypt's move follows an announcement Tuesday from Lebanon that it would boycott the summit. On Monday, S A announced its King A will not be attending the summit.

 

  The government of the Comoro says it will install an interim administration on the island of Anjouan by the end of the week, following the overthrow of the island's self--leader on Tuesday. Comoran Foreign Minister Ahmed G tells VOA organizing a free and fair election is a priority for the government.

 

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

 

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    I’m Dave Deforest from VOA News Center in Washington.

    Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is ordering Shitte militant’s fighting government forces in the southern city of Basra to surrender their weapons within 3 days or face the consequences. Mr. Maliki issued the ultimatum from Basra today where he is supervising a military oppression against Shitte militias.

    Iraqi officials say at least 40 people have been killed and at least 200 wounded in two-day’s fighting in the city. Meanwhile officials say fighting in Bagdad southern city district has killed at least 14 people and wounded at least 1,000 others.

    In Washington, President Bush is to visit the US Defense Department today for close-door talks with top officials on whether to continue reducing troop levels in Iraq or take a pause to safe its recent gains in Iraq’s security hold.

    French President Nicolas Sarcozy has begun a state visit to Britain aimed improving cooperation in defense immigration and economic policies. Queen Elizabeth welcomes the French leader and his wife to * a cancel ahead of Mr. Sarcozy’s address to both houses of parliament. He will hold talks with British Prime Minister Golden Brown on Thursday.

    Officials in the government of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak says they will back United Nations’ resolution critical of human rights’ abuses in North Korea. VOA correspondent Kurt Achin reports. South Korean Foreign Ministry officials confirmed Wednesday Soul will support the measure expected to come to a vote in the United Nations’ Human Rights council late this week. Several similar measures in previous years is based on the reporting of UN appointed special researcher Vitit Muntabhorn, a Thai legal scholar. Viitit’s latest report delivered last month accuses North Korea of imprisoning entire North Korean families under a p* conditions. It also says North makes extensive use of torture and public executions. Kang Suk-hee, Secretary for Human Rights at the South Korean Foreign Ministry says Soul approves ** its work. He says one of the reason South Korea favors the measure is because it will reappoint Vivit for another one-year term. North Korea has always denied having any human rights’ problems what’s soever. The North Foreign has Ministry denounced beated as a mouth bees for hostile forces who say the disrupted North Korea government using human rights as an excuse. Kurt Achin, VOA news, Soul.

    Egypt says President Hosni Mubarak will not attend an Arab Summit in the Syria capital Damascus this week. Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit told the state newsagency today that a lower level Cabinet Minister will ahead the Egyptian delegation in step. The two-day’s summit which began Saturday is typically attended by heads of state from participating Arab countries. Egypt’s move follows the announcement Tuesday from Lebanon that it will boycott the summit. On Monday, Saudi Arabia announced its King Abdullah will not be attending the summit.

    The government of the Comoros says it will restore an internal administration on the island of Anjouan by the end of the week following the overthrow the island self-proclaimed leader on Tuesday. Coromos Foreign Minister ** tells VOA organizing a free and fair election is priority for the government.

    I’m Dave Deforest, VOA News. More news on the Internet have voanews.com.

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