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Hello, everyone, I am Creshon Saunders at the CNN. com newsroom in Atlanta. Here is a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Rising waters breach a levee flooding a neighborhood just north of downtown Des Moines, Iowa. About 270 homes and businesses are in danger, as well as a high school. Residents have been forced out, leaving their homes unprotected.

 

Northern Japan was shaken awake this morning by a magnitude-7 earthquake. It rattled nuclear power plants and buried people under massive landslides. Japanese officials report at least 6 dead and more than 140 injured. They're still searching for 11 missing people.

 

The number 2 man in Zimbabwe's Movement for Democratic Change has been brought before a judge in Harare. He was not allowed to speak to his lawyers and would appear before a lower court judge Monday. Police say they'll charge him with treason.

 

A day after they were set free in a daring daylight prison break, security forces in Afghanistan still haven't managed to catch any other nearly 900 prisoners who escaped. Some 400 of those who escaped Friday from a prison in Kandahar are suspected members of the Taliban.

 

A solemn moment during President Bush's trip to Paris today. The president traveled to the outskirts of Paris to visit two cemeteries and war memorials. He laid a wreath at an American cemetery, honoring soldiers killed in World Wars I and II. Earlier, Bush and French President Nicolas Sarkozy criticized Iran and Syria, telling Tehran to stop enriching uranium.

 

Discovery shuttle astronauts in space for nearly 2 weeks are back on the ground. The shuttle landed safely at 11: 15 Eastern this morning, touching down at Florida's Kennedy Space Center. Also back on earth after 95 days in space, flight engineer Garrett Reisman.

 

Those are the headlines this hour, for more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source on line, on TV, even when you're on the go.

 

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Hello everyone, I'm Creshon Saunders at the CNN.com newsroom in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Rising water's breach a flooding a neighborhood just north of the downtown demoil era.

About 270 homes and business are in damage as well as a high school. Residents have been forced out leaving their homes unprotected.

 

Northern Japan was shaken awake this morning by a magnitude 7 earthquake. It reddle nuclear power plant, in bury people under massive landslide. Japanese officials reported at least 6 dead and more than 140 injured. They are still searching for 11 missing people.

 

The number 2 man in Zimbabwe's movement for the democratic change has been probed before a judge in H. He was not allowed to speak to his lawers and would appeal before a lower court judge monday. Police say they will charge him with trison.

 

A day after they were set free in a deary daylight prison break. Security Forces in Afghanistan still haven't managed to catch any other nearly 900 prisoners who were escaped. Some 400 hundred of those were esacped from a prison in K are suspect members of the Taliban.

 

A Solo moment man during the president's trip to Paris today. The president travelled to the outskirts in to visit 2 cemetery and war-memorials. He later read at the American cemeteray under soldiers killed in the world war 1 and 2. Earlier Bush and French president Nicolas Sarkozy  critisised  Iran and I, telling T to stop enriching uranium. 

 

The discovery shuttle astronaut in space for nearly 2 weeks are back on the ground. The shuttle landed safely at 11:15 eastern this morning, touching down at Florida k space center, also back on earth of the 95 days in space, fly engineer G.R.

 

Those are the headlines at this hour, for more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV, even when you are on the go.

[ 本帖最后由 tmd0402 于 2008-6-15 10:22 编辑 ]
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Homework

 

Hello, everyone I’m Creshon Saunders at the CNN.com news room in Atlanta. Here’s a look at what’s happening now in the news.

 

Rising waters bridge a levee flooding a neighborhood just north of downtown Des Moines Iowa. About 270 homes and businesses are in danger as well as a high school. Residents have been  forced out, leaving their homes and protected.

 

Northern Japan was shaken awake this morning by a Magnitude-7 earthquake. It rattled nuclear power plants and buried people under a massive landslide. Japanese officials report at least 6 dead and more than 140 injured. They are still searching for 11 missing people.

 

The No.2 man in Zimbabwe’s movement for Democratic change has been dropped before a judging //. He was not allowed to speak to his lawyers and will appear before a lower call judge Monday. Police say they will charge him with treason.

 

A day after they were set free in a daring daylight prison break. Security forces in Afghanistan still haven’t managed to catch any other nearly 900 prisoners who escaped. Some 400 belts with escape try from a prison in Kandarha are suspected members of Taliban.

 

A solemn moment during President Bush’s trip to Paris today. The president traveled to the outskirt of Paris to visit two cemeteries and world memorials. He laid a wreath at the American Cemetery honoring soldiers killed in World Wars 1 and 2. Earlier, Bush and French president Nicolas Sarkozy criticized the Iran and Syria, telling Iran to stop enriching uranium.

 

Discovery Shuttle astronauts in space relay nearly two weeks are back on the ground. The shuttle landed safely at 11:14 eastern this morning, touching down at Florida’s Kennedy Force Basement. Also back on earth after 95 days in space, flight engineer Benjamin Gasman.

 

Those are the headlines at this hour, for more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV, even when you are on the go.

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HW

Hello,everyone.I'm Creshon Saunders at the CNN.com newsroom in Atlanta.Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.


Rising waters breach a levee flooding in neighbourhood just north of downtown Des Moines,Iowa.About 270 homes and businesses are in danger as well as the highschool,residents have been forced out,leaving their homes unprotected.
Northern Japan was shaken awake this morning by a magnitude 7 earthquake.It rattle nuclear power plans and buried people under massive landslides.Japanese officials report at least six dead and more than 140 injured.They are still searching for 11 missing people.


The No.2 man in Zimbabwe's Movement for Democratic Change has been brought before a judge in Harare.He was not allowed to speak to his lawyers and will appear before a lower court judge Monday,police say they'll charge him with treason.


A day after they were set free in a daring daylight prison break,security forces in Afghanistan still haven't managed to catch any other nearly 900 prisoners who escaped.Some 400 rebels were escaped Friday from a prison in Kandahar are suspected members of the Taliban.


A solemn moment during President Bush's trip to Paris today,the president travelled to the outskirts of Paris to visit two cemeteries and war memorials.The later * and an American cemetery honoring soldiers killed in World Wars one and two.Earlier Bush and French President Nicolas Sarkozy criticized Iran and Syria,telling Tehran to stop enriching uranium.


Discovery shuttle astronauts in space were nearly two weeks are back on the ground,the shuttle landed safely at 11:45,eastern this morning,touching down at the Florida's Kennedy Space Center.Also back on earth after 95 days in space,flight engineer Garrett Reisman.


Those are the headlines this hour.For more on these stories and other news of the day,CNN is your source online,on TV,even when you are on the go.

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Homework

Hello, everyone, I am Creshon Saunders at the CNN.com newsroom in Atlanta, here is a look at what’s happening Now In the News.

 

Rising waters breach a levee, flooding a neighborhood just north of downtown Des Moines, about 270 homes and businesses are in danger, as well as a high school, residents have been forced out, leaving their homes and protected.

 

Northern Japan was shaking awake this morning by a magnitude seven earthquake. It rattled nuclear power plants and buried people under massive landslides. Japanese officials report at least six dead and more than 140 injured. They are still searching for 11 missing people.

 

The No.2 man in Zimbabwe’s movement for Democratic Change has been brought before a judge in Harare, he was not allowed to speak to his lawyers, and will appear before lower court judge Monday; police say they will charge him with treason.

 

A day after they were set free in a daring day light prison break, security forces in Afghanistan still haven’t managed to catch any other near 900 prisoners who escaped. Some 400 of those who escaped Friday from a prison in Kandahar are suspected members of the Taliban.

 

A solemn moment during President Bush’s trip to Paris today, the president traveled to the outskirts of Paris to visit two / and war memorials, he later / at an American / honorary soldiers killed in world war one and two. Early Bush and French president Nicolas Sarkozy criticize Iran and Syria, telling Tehran to stop in reaching uranium.  

 

Discovery shuttle astronauts in space for nearly two weeks are backing on the ground, the shuttle landed safely at 11:15 eastern this morning, touchdown and flooded to Kennedy Space Center, also back on earth after 95 days in space flight engineer /.    

 

Those are the headlines for this hour, for more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV even when you are on the go.   

HW

Hello everyone. I am Creshon Saunders at CNN.com newsroom in Atlanta. Here is a look at what is happening NOW IN THE NEWS.
Rising waters breached a levee, flooding a neighborhood just north of downtown Des Moines, Iowa. About 270 homes and businesses are in danger as well as a high school. Residents have been forced out, leaving their homes and protected.
Northern Japan was shaken awake this morning by a magnitude 7 earthquake. It rattled a nuclear power plant and bury people under massive land slides. Japanese officials reported at least 6 dead and more than 140 injured. They are still searching for 11 missing people.
 The No.2 man in Zimbabwe's the Movement For Democratic Change has been brought before a judge in Harare. He was not allowed to speak to his lawyers and will appear before a lower court judge Monday. Police say they will charge him with treason.
A day after they were set free in a daring day like Prison Break, security forces in Afghanistan still have not managed to catch any of nearly 900 prisoners who were escaped. Some 400 of those who were escaped Friday from a prison in Kandahar are suspected members of the Taliban.
A solemn moment during President Bush's trip to Paris today, the president travel to the outskirt of Paris to visit 2 cemeteries and war memorials. He laid a wreath at American Cemetery honoring soldiers killed in World War I an II. Earlier, Bush and French President Nicolas Sarkozy criticaized Iran and Syria, telling Iran to stop in reaching uranium.
Discovey shuttle astronauts, in space for nearly 2 weeks, are back on the ground. The shuttle landed safely at 11:15 Eastern this morning, touching down at Florida's Kennedy Space Centre. Also back on Earth after 95 days in space, flight engineer Garrett Reisman.
Those are the headlines at this hour. For more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source on line, on TV even when you are on the go. [ 本帖最后由 darkglory 于 2008-6-15 10:39 编辑 ]

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Hello everyone, I'm Creshon Saunders at the CNN.com newsroom in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Rising waters breach a levee, flooding a neighborhood just north of the downtown Des Moines.

About 270 homes and business are in danger as well as a high school. Residents have been forced out leaving their homes unprotected.

 

Northern Japan was shaken awake this morning by a magnitude 7 earthquake. It rattled nuclear power plants, and buried people under massive landslides. Japanese officials reported at least 6 dead and more than 140 injured. They are still searching for 11 missing people.

 

The number 2 man in Zimbabwe's movement for the Democratic Change has been probed/ brought before a judge in Harare. He was not allowed to speak to his lawyers and would appeal before a lower court judge Monday. Police say they will charge him with treason.

 

A day after they were set free in a daring daylight prison break. Security Forces in Afghanistan still haven't managed to catch any other nearly 900 prisoners who were escaped. Some 400 hundred/ of those who escaped Friday from a prison in Kandahar are suspected members of the Taliban.

 

A Solemn moment man/ during the/ President Bush's trip to Paris today. The president traveled to the outskirts of Paris visit 2 cemeteries and war-memorials. He later read at the American cemetery honoring soldiers killed in the World War 1 and 2. Earlier Bush and French president Nicolas Sarkozy criticized Iran and Syria, telling Tehran to stop enriching uranium. 

 

The/ Discovery shuttle astronauts in space for nearly 2 weeks are back on the ground. The shuttle landed safely at 11:15 eastern this morning, touching down at Florida’s Kennedy Space Center, also back on earth after 95 days in space, flight engineer G.R.

 

Those are the headlines at this hour, for more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV, even when you are on the go.

 

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Hello everyone, I'm Creshon Saunders at the CNN.com newsroom in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Rising waters breach a levee, flooding a neighborhood just north of the downtown Des Moines.About 270 homes and businesses are in danger as well as a high school. Residents have been forced out leaving their homes unprotected.

 

Northern Japan was shaken awake this morning by a magnitude-7 earthquake. It rattled nuclear power plants, and buried people under massive landslides. Japanese officials reported at least 6 dead and more than 140 injured. They are still searching for 11 missing people.

 

The number 2 man in Zimbabwe's movement for the Democratic Change has been probed before a judge in Harare. He was not allowed to speak to his lawyers and would appeal before a lower court judge Monday. Police say they will charge him with treason.

 

A day after they were set free in a daring daylight prison break. Security Forces in Afghanistan still haven't managed to catch any other nearly 900 prisoners who were escaped. Some 400 of those who escaped Friday from a prison in Kandahar are suspected members of the Taliban.

 

A Solemn moment during President Bush's trip to Paris today. The president traveled to the outskirts of Paris to visit 2 cemeteries and war memorials. He layed a wreath at an American cemetery honoring soldiers killed in the World War 1 and 2. Earlier Bush and French president Nicolas Sarkozy criticized Iran and Syria, telling Tehran to stop enriching uranium.


Discovery shuttle astronauts in space for nearly 2 weeks are back on the ground. The shuttle landed safely at 11:15 Eastern this morning, touching down at Florida’s Kennedy Space Center, also back on earth after 95 days in space, flight engineer G.R.

 

Those are the headlines at this hour, for more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV, even when you are on the go.
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Homework

 

Hello everyone, I am Creshon Saunders at the CNN.COM news room in Atlanta, here’s a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Rising waters breached a levee flooding a neighborhood just north of downtown Des Moines, Iowa. About 270 homes and businesses are in danger as well as a high school. Residents have been forced out, leaving their homes unprotected.

 

Northern Japan was shaken awake this morning by a magnitude 7 earthquake. It rattled nuclear power plants and buried people under massive landslides. Japanese officials reported at least 6 dead and more 140 injured. They are still searching for 11 missing people.

 

The number 2 man in Zimbabwe’s movement for democratic change has been brought before a Judge Harare. He was not allowed to speak to his lawyers and will appear before a lower court Judge Monday. Police say they’ll charge him with treason.

 

A day after they were set free in a daring daylight prison break, security forces in Afghanistan still haven’t managed to catch any of the nearly 900 prisoners who escaped. Some 400 of those who escaped Friday from a prison in Kandahar are suspected members of the Taliban.

 

A solemn moment during President Bush’s trip to Paris today, the president travelled to the outskirts of Paris to visit two cemeteries and War memorials. He laid a wreath at an American cemetery honoring soldiers killed in World Wars one and two. Earlier Bush and French president Nicolas Sarkozy criticized Iran and Syria, telling Tehran to stop enriching uranium.

 

Discovery shuttle astronauts, in space for nearly two weeks, are back on the ground. The shuttle landed safely at 11:15 Eastern this morning, touching down at Florida’s Kennedy Space center. Also back on earth after 95 days in space, flight engineer Garrett Reisman.

 

Those are the headlines at this hour, for more on those stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source on line, on TV, even when you are on the go.

 

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Hello everyone, I'm Creshon Saunders at the CNN.com newsroom in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Rising waters breach a levee, flooding a neighborhood just north of the downtown Des Moines.About 270 homes and businesses are in danger as well as a high school. Residents have been forced out leaving their homes unprotected.

 

Northern Japan was shaken awake this morning by a magnitude-7 earthquake. It rattled nuclear power plants, and buried people under massive landslides. Japanese officials reported at least 6 dead and more than 140 injured. They are still searching for 11 missing people.

 

The number 2 man in Zimbabwe's movement for the Democratic Change has been probed before a judge in Harare. He was not allowed to speak to his lawyers and would appeal before a lower court judge Monday. Police say they will charge him with treason.

 

A day after they were set free in a daring daylight prison break. Security Forces in Afghanistan still haven't managed to catch any other nearly 900 prisoners who were escaped. Some 400 of those who escaped Friday from a prison in Kandahar are suspected members of the Taliban.

 

A Solemn moment during President Bush's trip to Paris today. The president traveled to the outskirts of Paris to visit 2 cemeteries and war memorials. He layed a wreath at an American cemetery honoring soldiers killed in the World War 1 and 2. Earlier Bush and French president Nicolas Sarkozy criticized Iran and Syria, telling Tehran to stop enriching uranium.


Discovery shuttle astronauts in space for nearly 2 weeks are back on the ground. The shuttle landed safely at 11:15 Eastern this morning, touching down at Florida’s Kennedy Space Center, also back on earth after 95 days in space, flight engineer Garrett Reisman.

 

Those are the headlines at this hour, for more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV, even when you are on the go.

[ 本帖最后由 lisagao118 于 2008-6-15 11:16 编辑 ]
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Hello everyone, I'm Creshon Saunders at the CNN.com newsroom in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Rising waters breach a levee, flooding a neighborhood just north of / downtown Des Moines,Iowa.About 270 homes and businesses are in danger as well as a high school. Residents have been forced out leaving their homes unprotected.

 

Northern Japan was shaken awake this morning by a magnitude-7 earthquake. It rattled nuclear power plants, and buried people under massive landslides. Japanese officials report at least 6 dead and more than 140 injured. They are still searching for 11 missing people.

 

The No.2 man in Zimbabwe's Movement for / Democratic Change has been brought before a judge in Harare. He was not allowed to speak to his lawyers and would appeal before a lower court judge Monday. Police say they will charge him with treason.

 

A day after they were set free in a daring daylight prison break. Security Forces in Afghanistan still haven't managed to catch any other nearly 900 prisoners who were escaped. Some 400 of those who escaped Friday from a prison in Kandahar are suspected members of the Taliban.

 

A Solemn moment during President Bush's trip to Paris today. The president traveled to the outskirts of Paris to visit 2 cemeteries and war memorials. He layed a wreath at an American cemetery honoring soldiers killed in the World Wars 1 and 2. Earlier Bush and French president Nicolas Sarkozy criticized Iran and Syria, telling Tehran to stop enriching uranium.


Discovery shuttle astronauts in space for nearly 2 weeks are back on the ground. The shuttle landed safely at 11:15 Eastern this morning, touching down at Florida’s Kennedy Space Center, also back on earth after 95 days in space, flight engineer Garrett Reisman.

 

Those are the headlines at this hour, for more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV, even when you are on the go.
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  • cyan1120

迎合大众口味,换回原来头像:-P
A new life after death
Like a phoenix rising from the ashes

HW

Hello,everyone,I am Creshon Saunders.At the CNN.com newsroom in Atlanta,here is a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Rising waters bridge a levee flooding a neighborhood just north of downtown Des Moines,Iowa.About 270 homes and businesses are endangered,as well as a high school.Residents have been forced out,leaving their homes unprotected.

 

Northern Japan was shaken awake this morning by a magnitude-7 earthquake.it rubbled nuclear power plants and buried people under massive landslides.Japanese officials report at least 6 dead and more than 140 injured.They're still searching for 11 missing people.

The number 2 man in Zimbabwe's movement for Democratic change has been brought before a judge in Harare.He was not allowed to speak to his lawers and would appear before a lower court judge Monday.Police say they'll charge him with treason.

 

A day after they were set free in a daring daynight prison break,security forces in Afghanistan still haven't managed to catch in the other nearly 900 prisoners who escaped.Some 400 of those who escaped Friday from a prison in Kandahar are suspected members of the Taliban.

 

A solemn moment during President Bush's trip to  Paris today.The President traveled to the outskirt of Paris to visit two cemeteries and war memorials.He laid a wreath at an American cemetery,honoring soldiers killed in World War I and II.Earlier,Bush and French President Nicolas Sakozy criticized Iran and Syria,telling Tehran to stop in reaching Uranium.

 

Discovery shuttle astronauts in space for nearly 2 weeks are back on the ground.The shuttle landed safely at 11:15 Eastern this morning,touching down at Florida's Kennedy space center.Also back on earth after 95 days in space fly engineer Gary Rismen.

 

Those are the headlines this hour,for more on these stories and other news of the day,CNN is your source on line,on TV,even when you're on the go.

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Hello,everyone,I am Creshon Saunders.At the CNN.com newsroom in Atlanta,here is a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Rising waters breach a levee flooding a neighborhood just north of downtown Des Moines,Iowa.About 270 homes and businesses are in danger,as well as a high school.Residents have been forced out,leaving their homes unprotected.

 

Northern Japan was shaken awake this morning by a magnitude-7 earthquake.It rattled nuclear power plants and buried people under massive landslides.Japanese officials report at least 6 dead and more than 140 injured.They're still searching for 11 missing people.

The number 2 man in Zimbabwe's Movement for Democratic Change has been brought before a judge in Harare.He was not allowed to speak to his lawyers and would appear before a lower court judge Monday.Police say they'll charge him with treason.

 

A day after they were set free in a daring daylight prison break,security forces in Afghanistan still haven't managed to catch any other nearly 900 prisoners who / escaped.Some 400 of those who escaped Friday from a prison in Kandahar are suspected members of the Taliban.

 

A solemn moment during President Bush's trip to  Paris today.The President traveled to the outskirts of Paris to visit two cemeteries and war memorials.He laid a wreath at an American cemetery,honoring soldiers killed in / World Wars I and II.Earlier,Bush and French President Nicolas Sarkozy criticized Iran and Syria,telling Tehran to stop enriching Uranium.

 

Discovery shuttle astronauts in space for nearly 2 weeks are back on the ground.The shuttle landed safely at 11:15 Eastern this morning,touching down at Florida's Kennedy Space Center.Also back on earth after 95 days in space,flight engineer Garrett Reisman.

 

Those are the headlines this hour,for more on these stories and other news of the day,CNN is your source on line,on TV,even when you're on the go.

[ 本帖最后由 WONDERFUL. 于 2008-6-15 12:07 编辑 ]
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坚持下去,享受下去...
That man is coming back again...

HOMEWORK

 

Hello everyone, I am Creshon Sanders at CNN.com newsroom in Atlanta, here is a look at what’s happening now in the news.

 

Rising waters bridged a levee flooding a neighborhood just north of downtown Demon, Iowa. About 270 homes and businesses are in danger as well as a high school. Residence have been forced out leaving their home and protected.

 

Northern Japan was shaken away this morning by a magnitude 7 earthquake. It rattled a nuclear power plant and buried people under a massive landslide. Japanese officials report at least 6 dead and more than 140 injured. They are still searching for 11 missing people.

 

The number two man in Zimbabwe’s movement for democratic change have been robbed before a judge and a horary. He was not allowed to speak to his lawyers and will appeal before a lower court judge Monday. Police say they will charge him with trident

 

A day after they were set free in a daring daylight prison break. Security force in Afghanistan still haven’t managed to catch any other nearly 900 prisoners who escaped. Some 400 of those who escaped Friday from a prison in Kandahar are suspected members of Taliban.

 

A solemn moment during President Bush’s trip to Paris today. The President traveled to be outskirt of Paris to visit 2 cemeteries and 1 memorials. He laid a wreath at an American cemetery honoring soldiers killed in World War One and Two. Earlier Bush and French president Nicolas Zacozi criticize Iran and Syria telling Terrain to stop enriching uranium.

 

Discovery Shuttle astronauts and spaced nearly for two week are back on the ground. This Shuttle landed safely at 11:15 eastern this morning, touching down at Florida Kennedy Space Center. Also back on earth after 95 days in space, fly engineer Gary Reeceman.

 

Those are the headlines of this hour. For more than this stories or other news of the day, CNN is your source on line, on TV, either when you are on the go.

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Hello everyone, I`m Creshon Saunders at the CNN.com newsroom in Atlanta, here`s a look at what`s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Rising waters breach a levee flooding a neighborhood just north of downtown Des Moines, Iowa. About 270 homes and businesses are in danger as well as a high school. Residents have been forced out, leaving their homes unprotected.

 

Northern Japan was shaken awake this morning by a magnitude 7 earthquake, it rattled nuclear power plants and buried people under massive landslides. Japanese officials report at least 6 dead and more than 140 injured. They are still searching for 11 missing people.

 

The number 2 man in Zimbabwe`s movement for Democratic Change has been brought before a judge in Harare, he was not allowed to speak to his lawyers and will appear before lower court judge Monday. Police say they`ll charge him with treason.

 

A day after they were set free in a daring daylight prison break, Security Forces in Afghanistan still have been managed to catch any other nearly 900 prisoners who escaped. Some 400 of those who escaped Friday from a prison in Kandahar are suspected members of the Taliban.

 

A solemn moment during President Bush`s trip to Paris today, the president travelled to the outskirts of Paris to visit two cemeteries and war memorials. He laid a wreath at an American cemetery honoring soldiers killed in World War 1 and 2. Earlier Bush and French President Nicolas Sarkozy criticized Iran and Syria, telling Teheran to stop in reaching uranium.

 

Discovery shuttle astronauts in space for nearly 2 weeks are back on the ground. This shuttle landed safely at 11.15 eastern this morning, touching down in Florida`s Kennedy Space Center. Also back on earth, after 95 days in space, flight engineer Garrett Reisman.

 

Those are the headlines this hour, for more on these stories and other news of the day, CNN is your source online, on TV, even when you are on the go.

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