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It is 15:30 Universal Time. I’m Bob Doughty in Washington.

The Highest Court in the United States says people held at the ??? Bay Prison can dispute their detentions in civilian courts. The superior court ruled that those detained at the prison are permitted rights under the United States constitution. Justice ??? wrote the majority opinion for the court. He said America’s laws and constitution are designed to survive and remain in force even in an usual times. United States military opened the prison six years ago to detain and trial persons suspected of terrorist attacks.

United States and about 18 international donors have offered more than 14 billion dollars in additional aid to help rebuild Afghanistan. The offers were announced at a conference in Paris, France. President Bush’s wife Laura said the United States would provide more than 10 billion dollars in aid. The World Bank promised more than 1 billion dollars. The governments of Germany and Norway each offered more 400 million dollars. Also on Thursday several leaders urged the Afghan government to work harder to stop corruption. Afghan president ??? has asked for 50 billion dollars in international aid over the next five years.

North Atlantic Treaty Organization defense ministers will open a two-day meeting in ??? Thursday. The defense ministers are to discuss Afghanistan, ??? and American plans to build a missile defense system. American Defense Secretary ??? is expected to push other countries to provide more troops to NATO’s force in Afghanistan. The defense ministers will also discuss proposals to expand the 26-nation alliance.

President Bush  is in Rome Thursday for talks with Italian leaders. The president first met with Italy’s president ???. Mr. Bush’ s national security advisor said the president thanked Italy for its help in Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon and Chad. Mr. Bush also reportedly noted the strength of American relations with Italy. About 1000 anti-war activists and demonstrators protested in Rome Wednesday as the president arrived. On Friday, President Bush meets with ???.

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It is 15: 30 Universal Time. I'm Bob Doughty in Washington.

 

[1] The highest court in the United States says people held at the Guantanamo Bay prison can dispute their detentions in civilian courts. The Supreme Court ruled that those detained at the prison are permitted rights under the United States Constitution. Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote the majority opinion for the court. He said America's laws and constitution are designed to survive and remain in force even in unusual times. United States military opened the prison six years ago to detain and try persons suspected of terrorist attacks.

 

[2] The United States and about 80 international donors have offered more than 14 billion dollars in additional aid to help rebuild Afghanistan. The offers were announced at a conference in Paris, France. President Bush's wife Laura said the United States would provide more than ten billion dollars in aid. The World Bank promised more than one billion dollars. The governments of Germany and Norway each offered more than 600 million dollars. Also on Thursday, several leaders urged the Afghan government to work harder to stop corruption. Afghan President Hamid Karzai has asked for 50 billion dollars in international aid over the next five years.

 

[3] North Atlantic Treaty Organization defense ministers will open a two-day meeting in Belgium Thursday. The defense ministers are to discuss Afghanistan, Kosovo and American plans to build a missile defense system in Europe. American Defense Secretary Robert Gates is expected to push other countries to provide more troops to NATO's force in Afghanistan. The defense ministers also will discuss proposals to expand the 26-nation alliance.

 

[4] President Bush is in Rome Thursday for talks with Italian leaders. The president first met with Italy's President Giorgio Napolitano. Mr. Bush's national security advisor said the president thanked Italy for its help in Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon and Chad. Mr. Bush also reportedly noted the strength of American relations with Italy. About 1, 000 antiwar activists and demonstrators protested in Rome Wednesday as the president arrived. On Friday, President Bush meets with Pope Benedict.

 

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