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Good afternoon. I’m Naamua Delaney at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here’s a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Clashes in and around Baghdad and Basra of the last two days have left at least 58 people dead, according to Iraqi officials. The areas are strongholds of radical anti-American Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. He says he’s ordered his Mehdi Army to obey a ceasefire, but Shiite militant groups are ignoring it. Iraqi authorities say they are battling followers of al-Sadr in Baghdad and Basra. A US command insists troops are targeting armed criminals and terrorists, not members of al-Sadr’s movement.

  

Three Americans are seriously injured following attacks on Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone. A US embassy spokeswoman says the three are US government officials. They were hurt by indirect fire, the term used for the rocket, mortar and artillery attacks on the area in recent days. The embassy also says a US government employee in Baghdad has died of wounds received in the weekend attack.

 

It is a happy ending for a little girl trapped in a well in India. A short time ago, a man emerged from the scene in New Delhi with the two-year-old in his arms. She has spent 27 hours trapped inside a narrow well. Her name is Vandana and she fell 45 feet into the uncovered well while playing last night. She’s now being checked out at the hospital.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his model-turned-singer wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy were given the royal treatment during the trip to London. The pair received a formal welcome from Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip before enjoying a carriage ride to Windsor Castle. Sarkozy hopes the two-day visit will create a new era of trust between the nations. The trip marks the first state visit by a French President in 12 years.

 

Many scientists are sounding a new alarm over melting ice at the South Pole. These pictures are from Antarctica’s largest ice shelf. Scientists say they watched as 220 square miles of ice collapsed in the matter of hours last month. Now a block the size of Connecticut looks like it’s ready to break up. The British Antarctic Survey says the Wilkins Ice Shelf lost 6% of its surface in just a decade. And many scientists warn what’s happening at the earth’s poles is a sign of climate changes coming to the rest of the world.

 

All those are the headlines at this hour. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.

 

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Good afternoon, I’m Naamua Delaney at the CNN center in Atlanta, here’s a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Clashes in and around Baghdad and Basra of the last two days have left at least 58 people dead. According to Iraqi officials, the areas are strongholds of radical anti-America Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. He says he has ordered his Mahdi army to obey a ceasefire but Shiite militant groups are ignoring it. Iraqi authorities say they are battling followers of Al-Sadr in Baghdad and Basra, a US command insist troops are targeting armed criminals and terrorists not members of Al-Sadr’s movement.

 

Three Americans are seriously injured following attacks on Baghdad’s heavily fortified green zone. A US embassy spokeswoman says the three are US government officials, they were hurt by indirect fire, the term used for the rocket mortar and artillery attacks on the area in recent days. The embassy also says a US government employee in Baghdad has died of a wound received in the weekend attack.

 

It is a happy ending for a little girl trapped in a well in India. A short time ago, a man emerged from the scene in New Deli with the two-year-old in his arms. She has spent 27 hours trapped inside the narrow well, her name is Van Dena and she fell 45 feet into the uncovered well while playing last night. She’s now being checked out at the hospital.

 

French president Nicola Sarkozy and his model-turned single wife Carla Bruni Sarkozy were given the royal treatment during the trip to London. The pair received a formal welcome from Elizabeth 2nd and Prince Philip before enjoying a carriage ride to Windsor Castle. Sarkozy hopes the two-day visit will create a new era of trust between the nations. The trip marks the first day visit by a French President in 12 years.

 

Many scientists are sounding a new alarm over melting ice at the South Pole. These pictures are from Antarctica’s largest ice shells. Scientists say they watched as 230 square miles of ice collapsed in a matter of hours last month. Now, a blog the size of Kanasicad looks like its ready to break up. The British Antarctic Survey says the Wilkins ice shelf lost 60 percent of its surface in just a decade. And many scientists warn what’s happening at the earth’s poles is a sign of climate changes coming to the rest of the world.

 

Well, those are the headline of this hour. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day.

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Good afternoon, I'm Naamua Delaney at the CNN center in Atlanta, here's a look at what's happening now in the news.

 

 

Clashes in and around Baghdad and Basra of the last two days have left at least 58 people dead, according to Iraqi officials. The areas are strongholds of radical anti-American Shiite cleric Muqtada Al Sadr. He says he's ordered his Mehdi Army to obey a cease fire, but Shiite militant groups are ignoring it. Iraqi authorities say they are battling followers of Al Sadr in Baghdad and Basra. A US command insist troops are targeting armed criminals and terrorists, not members of Al Sadr's movement.

 

3 Americans are seriously injured following attacks on Baghdad’s heavily fortified greenzone. A US embassy spokeswoman says the three are US government officials. They were hurt by indirect fire, the term used for the rocket  and artillery attacks on the area  in recent days. The embassy also says a US government employee in Baghdad has died of wounds received in a weekend attack.

 

It is a happy ending for a little trapped in a well in India. A short time ago, a man emerged from the sea in New Deli with a 2-year-old in his arms. She has spent 27 hours trapped inside the narrow well. Her name is Van Danna, and she felt 45 feet into the uncovered well while playing last night. She's now being checked out at the hospital.

 

French president Nicolas Sarkozy and his model-turn-singer wife Carla Bruni Sarkozy _were giving a royal treatment during a trip to London. The pair received a formal welcome from queen Elizabeth the second and Prince Philip before enjoying a carriage ride to Windsor castle.

Sarkozy hopes the 2-day visit will create a new era of trust between the nations. The trip marks the first state visit by a French President in 12 years.

 

Many scientists are sounding an alarm over melting ice at the South Pole. These pictures are from Antarctica’s largest ice-shelf. Scientists say they watched as 220 square miles of ice collapsed in a bunch of hours last month. Now a block the size of Connecticut looks like it's ready to break up. The British Antarctic survey says the Wilkins ice-shelf lost 6% of its surface in just a decade. And many scientists warm what's happening at the earth's poles is a sign of climate changes coming to the rest of the world.

 

Well those were the headlines of this hour, stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day.
 

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Good afternoon, I'm at the CNN Center in Atlanta, here is a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Clashes in and around Baghdad and Basra of the last two days have led at least 48 people dead, accroding to an Iraqi official. The areas are strongholds of radic anti-America Shiite Cleric Madar Al-Sarda. He says he has ordered his Mahdi army to obey a ceasefire but Shiite miliant groups are ignoring it. Iraqi authorities say they are battling followers of Al-Sadar in Baghdad and Basra. A US commander in sixth troops attacking armed criminals and terrorists, not members of Sadar movenments.

 

Three Americans are seriously injured following attacks on Baghdad heavily fortified greenzone. A US Embassay spokeswoman says the three are US government officials. They were hurt by indriect fire. The term use for the rocket, mortar and artery attacks on the area in recent days. The Embassy also says the US a government employee in Baghdad has died of wounds received in a weekend attack.

 

It is a happy ending for a litter girl trapped in a well India. A short time ago, a man enmesh from the same in New Delly with the two-year-old in his arms. She had spent 23 hours trapped inside the narrow well. Her name is V and she fell 45 seat into the uncovered well while playing last night. She is now being checked out at the hospital.

 

French President M and his model, turn-singel wife K were given the royal treatment during a trip to London. The Paris received a formal welcome from Queen E and Prince . The four enjoyed a carriage wide to W Cattle. S holds the two-day visit will create a new area of track between the nations. The trip marked the fisrt state visit by a French president in five years.

 

Many scientist are sounding a new alarm of a melting ice at the sun's power. These pictures are from U Largest iself. Scientist say they watched as 220 square miles of ice clapse in a matter of hours last month. Now a block of the science are connected, looks like ready to break up. The British \ says the \  lost 6% of its services in just a decade and many scientists warn of what's happening at the ex-polars is a sign of climate changes coming to rests of the world.

 

Well, those are the headlines this hour. Stay with CNN on these stories or other news of the day on line, on TV or when you on the go.  

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Good afernoon,i'm Naamua Delaney at the CNN center at Atlanta.Here let's look what's happening Now In The News.

 

Clashes in and around Baghdad and Basrah of the last two days have left at least 58 people dead according to Iraqi officials.The areas of strongholds of radical anti-american  Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. He says he has ordered his Mehdi army to obey a ceasefire,but Shiai millitant groups are ignoring it.Iraqi authorities say they are battling followers of al-Sadr in Baghdad and Basrsah. A US. commander insisted troops are targeting armed criminals and terrorists not members of al-Sadr's movement.

 

Three Americans are serious injured following an attack in Baghdad heavily fortified greenzone.A US. ambassy spokewoman says the three are US.government officials.They were hurt by indirect fire,the term used for the rocket,mortar and artillery attack on the area in the recent days.The ambassy also says a US. government employee in Baghdad has died of wounds received in a weekend attack.

 

It's a happy ending for a little girl trapped in a well in India.A short time ago a man emerged from the scene in New Delhi with the 2 years old in his arms.She has spent 23 hours trapped inside the narrow well.Her name Van Dana.And she fell 45 feet into the uncovered well while playing last night.She is now being checked out at the hospital.

 

French president Nicolas Sarkozy and his model-turned-singer wife Carla Bruni Sarkozy were given the royal treatment during a trip in London.The pair received a formal welcome from queen Elisabeth II and prince Philip before enjoying a carriage ride to Windsor castle.Sarkozy hopes the two days visit would create a new air of trust between the nations.The trip marks the first state visit by a French president in 12 years.

 

Many scientists are sounding a new alarm over a melting ice at south pole.These pictures are from Antarctic's largest ice shelf.Scientists say they watched as 220 square miles of ice collapsed in a matter of hours last month.Now a block of the size of Connecticut looks like it's ready to break up.The british antarctic survey says the Wilcons ice shelf loss 60% of its surface in just a decade.And many scientists warn what's happening at the Earth's Poles is a sign of climate changes comming to the rest of the world.

 

Well those are the headlines this hour,stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.

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Good afernoon,i'm Naamua Delaney at the CNN center at Atlanta.Here let's look what's happening Now In The News.

 

Clashes in and around Baghdad and Basrah of the last two days have left at least 58 people dead according to Iraqi officials.The areas are strongholds of radical anti-american  Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. He says he has ordered his Mehdi army to obey a ceasefire,but Shiai millitant groups are ignoring it.Iraqi authorities say they are battling followers of al-Sadr in Baghdad and Basrsah. A US. commander insisted troops are targeting armed criminals and terrorists not members of al-Sadr's movement.

 

Three Americans are serious injured following an attack in Baghdad heavily fortified greenzone.A US. ambassy spokewoman says the three are US.government officials.They were hurt by indirect fire,the term used for the rocket,mortar and artillery attack on the area in the recent days.The ambassy also says a US. government employee in Baghdad has died of wounds received in a weekend attack.

 

It's a happy ending for a little girl trapped in a well in India.A short time ago a man emerged from the scene in New Delhi with the 2 years old in his arms.She has spent 27 hours trapped inside the narrow well.Her name Van Dana.And she fell 45 feet into the uncovered well while playing last night.She is now being checked out at the hospital.

 

French president Nicolas Sarkozy and his model-turned-singer wife Carla Bruni Sarkozy were given the royal treatment during a trip in London.The pair received a formal welcome from queen Elisabeth II and prince Philip before enjoying a carriage ride to Windsor castle.Sarkozy hopes the two days visit would create a new air of trust between the nations.The trip marks the first state visit by a French president in 12 years.

 

Many scientists are sounding a new alarm over a melting ice at south pole.These pictures are from Antarctic's largest ice shelf.Scientists say they watched as 220 square miles of ice collapsed in a matter of hours last month.Now a block of the size of Connecticut looks like it's ready to break up.The british antarctic survey says the Wilcons ice shelf loss 60% of its surface in just a decade.And many scientists warn what's happening at the Earth's Poles is a sign of climate changes comming to the rest of the world.

 

Well those are the headlines this hour,stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day

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Good afternoon! I’m Naamua Delaney at the CNN center in Atlanta. Here’s a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Clashes in and around Baghdad and Basra of the last two days have left at least 58 people dead according to Iraqi officials. The areas are strongholds of radical anti-American Shiite cleric*. He says he’s ordered his many armies to obey a cease fire but Shiite militant groups are ignoring it. Iraqi officials say they are battling followers of * in Baghdad and Basra. A US commander insists troops are targeting armed criminals and terrorists not members of *’s movement.

 

Three Americans are seriously injured following attacks on the Baghdad’s heavily fortified green zone. A US Embassy spokeswoman says the three are US government officials. They were hurt by indirect fire the term used for the rocket mortar and artillery attacks on the area in recent days. The Embassy also says a US government employee in Baghdad has died of wounds received in a weekend attack.

 

It is a happy ending for a little girl trapped in a well in India. A short time ago, a man emerged from the scene in New Deli with the two-year-old in his arms. She had spent 27 hours trapped inside the narrow well. Her name is Vandana and she fell 45 feet into the uncovered well while playing last night. She is now being checked out at the hospital.

 

French President Nicholas Sarkozy and his model-turn-singer wife Coral Sarkozy were given the loyal treatment during the trip to London. The pair received a formal welcome from Queen Elizabeth Second and Prince Philip before enjoying a carriage ride to Windsor Castle. Sarkozy hopes the two-day visit will create a new era of trust between the two nations. The trip marks the first state visit by a French president in 12 years.

 

Many scientists are sounding a new alarm over a melting ice at the South Pole. These pictures are from Antarctic largest ice shelf. Scientists say they watched as 220 square miles of ice collapsed in a matter of hours last month. Now a block of the size of Connecticut looks like it’s ready to break up. The British Antarctic Survey says the well pinned ice shelf lost 6% of its service in just a decade. And many scientists warn what’s happening at the earth’s poles is a sign of climate changes coming to the rest of the world.

 

Well, those are the headlines this hour. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Good afternoon I’m Naamua Delaney at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here’s a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Clashes in and around Baghdad and Basra of the last two days have left at least 58 people dead. According to Iraqi officials, the areas are strongholds of radical anti-American Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. He says he’s ordered his Mehdi Army to obey a ceasefire, but Shiite militant groups are ignoring it. Iraqi authorities say they are battling followers of al-Sadr in Baghdad and Basra. A US command insists troops are targeting armed criminals and terrorists, not members of al-Sadr’s movement.

 

Three Americans are seriously injured following attacks on Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone. A US embassy spokeswoman says the three are US government officials. They were hurt by indirect fire. The term used for the rocket, mortar and artillery attacks on the area in recent days. The embassy also says a US government employee in Baghdad has died of wounds received in the weekend attack.

 

It is a happy ending for a little girl trapped in a well in India. A short time ago, a man emerged from the scene in New Delhi with the two-year-old in his arms. She has spent 27 hours trapped inside a narrow well. Her name is Vandana and she fell 45 feet into the uncovered well while playing last night. She’s now being checked out at the hospital.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his model-turn-singer wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy were given the royal treatment during the trip in London. The pair received a formal welcome from Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip before enjoying a carriage ride to Windsor Castle. Sarkozy hopes the two-day visit will create a new era of trust between the nations. The trip marks the first state visit by a French President in 12 years.

 

Many scientists are sounding a new alarm over melting ice at the South Pole. These pictures are from Antarctica’s largest ice shelf. Scientists say they watched as 220 square miles of ice collapsed in the matter of hours last month. Now a block for size of Connecticut looks like it’s ready to break up. The British Antarctic Survey says the Wilkins ice shelf lost 6% of its surface in just a decade. And many scientists warn what’s happening at the earth’s poles is a sign of climate changes coming to the rest of the world.

 

All those are the headlines at this hour. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.

 

 

 

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Good afternoon I’m Naamua Delaney at the CNN center in Atlanta, here’s a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

Clashes in and around Bagdad and Basra of the last 2 days have left at least 58 people dead. According to Iraqi officials, the areas are strongholds of radical anti-America Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, he says he’s ordered his Mahdi army to obey a ceasefire, but Shiite militant groups are ignoring it. Iraqi authorities say they are battling followers of Al-Sadr in Baghdad and Basra. A U.S. Commander insists troops are targeting on criminals and terrorists not members of Al-Sadr’s movements.

3 Americans are seriously injured following attacks on Bagdad heavily fortified green zone. A U.S. embassy spokeswoman says the three are U.S. government officials. They were hurt by indirect fire, the term use for the rocket, mortar and artery attacks on the area in recent days. The embassy also says a U.S. government employee in Bagdad has died of wounds received in a weekend attack.

It is a happy ending for a little girl trapped in a well in India, a short time ago a man emerged from the scene in New Delhi with the two-year-old in his arm. She has spent 27 hours trapped inside the narrow well, her name is Van Dana, and she fell 45 feet into the uncovered well while playing last night, she is now being checked out at the hospital.

French president Nicolas Sarkozy and his model-turned-singer wife Carla Bruni Sarkozy were given the royal treatment during the trip to London; the pair received a formal welcome from Queen Elisabeth II and Prince Philip before enjoying a carriage ride to Windsor castle. Sarkozy hopes the two-day visit would create a new era of trust between the nations. The trip marks the first state visit by a French president in 12 years.

Many scientists are sounding a new alarm of a melting ice at the South Pole. These pictures are from Antarctic's largest ice shelf. Scientists say they watched as 220 square miles of ice collapsed in // hours last month. Now a block of the size of Connecticut looks like it's ready to break up. The British Antarctic survey says the // ice shelf loss 60 percent of its surface in just a decade. And many scientists warn what's happening at the Earth's Poles is a sign of climate changes coming to the rest of the world.


Well those are the headlines this hour, stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.

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Good afternoon, I'm Naamua Delaney at the CNN Center in Atlanta, here is a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Clashes in and around Baghdad and Basra of the last two days have left at least 58 people dead. According to Iraqi officials, the areas are strongholds of radical anti-American Shiite M. He says he's ordered his media army to obey a ceasefire but Shiite militant groups are ignoring it. Iraqi authority is say they are battling followers an Osada in Baghdad and Basra. A US commanders insist groups a targeting armed criminals and terrorist not members of Osada's movement.

 

Free Americans are seriously injured following attacks on Baghdad heavily fortified Green Zone. An US embassy’s spokeswoman says the three are US government officials. They were hurt by indirect fire, the term use for the rocket mortar and artillery attacks on the area in recent days. The embassy also says a US government employee in Baghdad has died of wounds received in a weekend attack.

 

It is a happy ending for a little girl trapped in a valley in India. A short time ago, a man emerged from the scene in New Daly with the two year old in his arms. She had spent 24 hours trapped inside the narrow well. Her name is Van Dela and she fell 45 feet into the uncovered well while playing last night.  She's now been checked out at the hospital.

 

French President Nicola Sacosy and his modal term signal wife Calabuni Sakocy will give the royal treatment during a trip to London. The Pair received a formal welcome form queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, the four enjoining a carriage ride to Winze castle. Sacosy hopes the two-day-visit will create a new era of trust between the nations. The trip marks the first state visit by a French President in 12 years.

 

Many scientists are sounding a new alarm on the melting ice at the South Pole. This picture is from Antarctic’s largest ice shelf. Scientists say they watched as 220 squares miles of ice clasped in a matter of hours last month. Now a block of signs of Connecticut looks like it's already to breakup. The British Antarctic survey says there appears the ice shelf lost 60% of the surface in just a decade. And many Scientists warn what's happening on the earth pole is a sign of climate changes coming to the rest of the world.

 

Well, those are the headlines this hour, stay with CNN for more on these stories and other news of the day.

 

 

 

 

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Good afternoon, I'm at the CNN Center in Atlanta, here is a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Clashes in and around Baghdad and Basra of the last two days have led at least 48 people dead, accroding to an Iraqi official. The areas are strongholds of radic anti-America Shiite Cleric Madar Al-Sarda. He says he has ordered his Mahdi army to obey a ceasefire but Shiite miliant groups are ignoring it. Iraqi authorities say they are battling followers of Al-Sadar in Baghdad and Basra. A US commander in sixth troops attacking armed criminals and terrorists, not members of Sadar movenments.

 

Three Americans are seriously injured following attacks on Baghdad heavily fortified greenzone. A US Embassay spokeswoman says the three are US government officials. They were hurt by indriect fire. The term use for the rocket, mortar and artery attacks on the area in recent days. The Embassy also says the US a government employee in Baghdad has died of wounds received in a weekend attack.

 

It is a happy ending for a litter girl trapped in a well India. A short time ago, a man enmesh from the same in New Delly with the two-year-old in his arms. She had spent 23 hours trapped inside the narrow well. Her name is V and she fell 45 seat into the uncovered well while playing last night. She is now being checked out at the hospital.

 

French President M and his model, turn-singel wife K were given the royal treatment during a trip to London. The Paris received a formal welcome from Queen E and Prince . The four enjoyed a carriage wide to W Cattle. S holds the two-day visit will create a new area of track between the nations. The trip marked the fisrt state visit by a French president in five years.

 

Many scientist are sounding a new alarm of a melting ice at the sun's power. These pictures are from U Largest iself. Scientist say they watched as 220 square miles of ice clapse in a matter of hours last month. Now a block of the science are connected, looks like ready to break up. The British says the lost 6% of its services in just a decade and many scientists warn of what's happening at the ex-polars is a sign of climate changes coming to rests of the world.

 

Well, those are the headlines this hour. Stay with CNN on these stories or other news of the day on line, on TV or when you on the go.  

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Good afternoon. I’m Naamua Delaney at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here’s a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Clashes in and around Baghdad and Basra of the last two days have left at least 58 people dead, according to Iraqi officials. The areas are strongholds of radical anti-American Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. He says he’s ordered his Mehdi Army to obey a ceasefire, but Shiite militant groups are ignoring it. Iraqi authorities say they are battling followers of al-Sadr in Baghdad and Basra. A US command insists troops are targeting armed criminals and terrorists, not members of al-Sadr’s movement.

 

Three Americans are seriously injured following attacks on Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone. A US embassy spokeswoman says the three are US government officials. They were hurt by indirect fire, the term used for the rocket, mortar and artillery attacks on the area in recent days. The embassy also says a US government employee in Baghdad has died of wounds received in the weekend attack.

 

It is a happy ending for a little girl trapped in a well in India. A short time ago, a man emerged from the scene in New Delhi with the two-year-old in his arms. She has spent 27 hours trapped inside a narrow well. Her name is Vandana and she fell 45 feet into the uncovered well while playing last night. She’s now being checked out at the hospital.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his model-turned-singer wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy were given the royal treatment during the trip to London. The pair received a formal welcome from Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip before enjoying a carriage ride to Windsor Castle. Sarkozy hopes the two-day visit will create a new era of trust between the nations. The trip marks the first state visit by a French President in 12 years.

 

Many scientists are sounding a new alarm over melting ice at the South Pole. These pictures are from Antarctica’s largest ice shelf. Scientists say they watched as 220 square miles of ice collapsed in the matter of hours last month. Now a block the size of Connecticut looks like it’s ready to break up. The British Antarctic Survey says the Wilkins Ice Shelf lost 6% of its surface in just a decade. And many scientists warn what’s happening at the earth’s poles is a sign of climate changes coming to the rest of the world.

 

All those are the headlines at this hour. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.

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2.mortar  n  , 研钵, 灰泥, 迫击炮   vt.用灰泥涂抹, 用灰泥结合

3.artillery  n  炮的总称, 炮兵的总称

4.carriage  n  马车, 客车, 运费, 姿态, (机械)车架

5.in the matter of   adv   ...而论

6.Windsor   温莎公爵(Edward)

 

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Good afternoon I’m Naamua Delaney at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here’s a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Clashes in and around Baghdad and Basra of the last two days have left at least 58 people dead. According to Iraqi officials, the areas are strongholds of radical anti-American Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. He says he’s ordered his Mehdi Army to obey a ceasefire, but Shiite militant groups are ignoring it. Iraqi authorities say they are battling followers of al-Sadr in Baghdad and Basra. A US command insists troops are targeting armed criminals and terrorists, not members of al-Sadr’s movement.

 

Three Americans are seriously injured following attacks on Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone. A US embassy spokeswoman says the three are US government officials. They were hurt by indirect fire. The term used for the rocket, mortar and artillery attacks on the area in recent days. The embassy also says a US government employee in Baghdad has died of wounds received in the weekend attack.

 

It is a happy ending for a little girl trapped in a well in India. A short time ago, a man emerged from the scene in New Delhi with the two-year-old in his arms. She has spent 27 hours trapped inside a narrow well. Her name is Vandana and she fell 45 feet into the uncovered well while playing last night. She’s now being checked out at the hospital.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his model-turn-singer wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy were given the royal treatment during the trip in London. The pair received a formal welcome from Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip before enjoying a carriage ride to Windsor Castle. Sarkozy hopes the two-day visit will create a new era of trust between the nations. The trip marks the first state visit by a French President in 12 years.

 

Many scientists are sounding a new alarm over melting ice at the South Pole. These pictures are from Antarctica’s largest ice shelf. Scientists say they watched as 220 square miles of ice collapsed in the matter of hours last month. Now a block for size of Connecticut looks like it’s ready to break up. The British Antarctic Survey says the Wilkins Ice Shelf lost 6% of its surface in just a decade. And many scientists warn what’s happening at the earth’s poles is a sign of climate change’s coming to the rest of the world.

 

All those are the headlines at this hour. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other news of the day.

 

 

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Good afternoon I’m Naamua Delaney at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here’s a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

 

Clashes in and around Baghdad and Basra of the last two days have left at least 58 people dead. According to Iraqi officials, the areas are strongholds of radical anti-American Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. He says he’s ordered his Mehdi Army to obey a ceasefire, but Shiite militant groups are ignoring it. Iraqi authorities say they are battling followers of al-Sadr in Baghdad and Basra. A US command insists troops are targeting armed criminals and terrorists, not members of al-Sadr’s movement.

 

Three Americans are seriously injured following attacks on Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone. A US embassy spokeswoman says the three are US government officials. They were hurt by indirect fire. The term used for the rocket, mortar and artillery attacks on the area in recent days. The embassy also says a US government employee in Baghdad has died of wounds received in the weekend attack.

 

 

It is a happy ending for a little girl trapped in a well in India. A short time ago, a man emerged from the scene in New Delhi with the two-year-old in his arms. She has spent 27 hours trapped inside a narrow well. Her name is Vandana and she fell 45 feet into the uncovered well while playing last night. She’s now being checked out at the hospital.

 

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his model-turned-singer wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy were given the royal treatment during the trip in London. The pair received a formal welcome from Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip before enjoying a carriage ride to Windsor Castle. Sarkozy hopes the two-day visit will create a new era of trust between the nations. The trip marks the first state visit by a French President in 12 years.

 

 

Many scientists are sounding a new alarm over melting ice at the South Pole. These pictures are from Antarctica’s largest ice shelf. Scientists say they watched as 220 square miles of ice collapsed in the matter of hours last month. Now a block the size of Connecticut looks like it’s ready to break up. The British Antarctic Survey says the Wilkins Ice Shelf lost 6% of its surface in just a decade. And many scientists warn what’s happening at the earth’s poles is a sign of climate changes coming to the rest of the world.

 

 

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Well,those’re the headlines this hour,stay with cnn for more on these stroies and the other news of the day.

 

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