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[1] At the top of the world news of this hour, Afghan President Hamid Karzai has threatened to send troops into areas of Pakistan near its border with Afghanistan. He said Afghanistan has a right to defend itself against militants who cross into Afghanistan to kill Afghan and coalition troops. Mr. Karzai spoke to reporters in Kabul. He said he wanted Taliban leaders Baitullah Mehsud and Mullah Omar to know that Afghanistan will go after them. In Pakistan, Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani said his country will not permit anyone to interfere in its national dealings.

 

[2] President Bush is in Britain for talks with Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The two leaders meet on Monday. They are expected to discuss issues that include the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and Iran's suspected nuclear program.

 

[3] American Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says Israel is harming peace talks with the Palestinians by building settlements. Ms. Rice criticized Israel during a news conference with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank town of Ramallah. She said Israel's continuing building of settlements destroys trust in the peace negotiations. She said the United States will not consider Israel's actions to have any effect on final border decisions. Israel recently announced plans to build 1, 300 homes in East Jerusalem. The Palestinians want the city as their future capital.

 

[4] In Iraq, a spokesman for Shiite religious leader Muqtada al-Sadr says his movement will not enter its own candidates in local elections. He said instead, the movement will support independent politicians in the voting on October 1st. He said the Sadr movement would not boycott the elections. Iraq's 18 provinces will choose governing councils on October 1st. The United States says the act will help secure the country by giving more power to local leaders. Iraqi lawmakers are debating a proposed election measure that could lead to a delay in the voting. The measure would ban parties with private armies from taking part in the elections.

 

[5] International investigators say they have found plans for a nuclear weapon on computers once used in an illegal nuclear weapon's business. Pakistan's scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan ran that business. Investigators say the plans appeared similar to a nuclear weapon built and tested by Pakistan ten years ago. But the investigators say they have not been able to learn if the plans were ever sold. Mr. Khan is suspected of having sold nuclear materials to Iran, North Korea and Libya.

 

[6] Emergency workers in northern Japan have recovered three more bodies from a building destroyed by a powerful earthquake on Saturday. The bodies were found in the wreckage of the almost 400-year-old Komanoy inn. At least nine people are known to have died in the earthquake that shook the Iwate area. It measured 7. 2 in strength. The earthquake caused major landslides that blocked roads and destroyed bridges. Smaller earthquakes continue to shake the area. The last major earthquake in Japan killed about 6, 000 people in the city of Kobe in 1995.

 

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At the top of the world news of this hour, Afghan President Hamid Karzai has threatened to send the troops into the areas of Pakistan near its border with Afghanistan. He said that Afghan has right to defend itself against militants who cross into Afghanistan to kill Afghan and coalition troops. Mr. Karzai spoke to reporters in Kabul. He said he wanted Taliban leaders Baitullah Meshud and Mullah Omar to know that Afghanistan will go after them. In Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said his country will not permit anyone to interfere in its national dealings.

President Bush is in Britain for talks with Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The two leaders meet on Monday. They are expected to discuss issues that include the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the Iran’s suspected nuclear program.

American Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says Israel is harming peace talks with the Palestinians’ five building settlements. Mrs. Rice criticized Israel during a news conference with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in West Bank town of Ramallah. She says Israel continuing building of settlements destroyed trust in the peace negotiations. She said the United States will not consider Israel’s actions to have any effects on final border decisions. Israel recently announced plans to build 1300 homes in east Jerusalem. The Palestinians warned the city as their future capital.

In Iraq, a spokesman for the Shiite religious leader Mutada al-sadr says his movement will not enter its own candidates in local elections. He said, instead the movement will support independent politicians in the voting on October first. He said the Sadr movement would not boycott the elections. Iraq’s thirteen provinces will choose governing councils on October first. United States says the act will help secure country by even more power to local leaders. Iraqi lawmakers are debating of proposals election measures could lead to a delay in the voting. The measure will ban parties with private armies from taking part in the election.

International investigators say they have found plans or a nuclear weapon on computers once used in an illegal nuclear weapon’s business. Pakistan’s scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan ran that dismissed. Investigators say the plans appeared similar to the nuclear weapon built and tested by Pakistan ten years ago. But the investigators say they have not been able to learn if plans were every sold. Mr. Khan is suspected of having sold nuclear materials to Iran, North Korea and Libya.

Emergency workers in northern Japan have recovered the three more bodies from a building destroyed by a powerful earthquake on Saturday. The bodies were found in the wreckage of the almost four hundred year old Komanoyu inn. At least nine people are known to have died in the earthquake that shook the Iwate area. It measured seven point two in strength. The earthquake caused to major landslides, the blocked roads and the destroyed bridges. Smaller earthquakes continue shake the area. The last major earthquake in Japan killed about six thousand people in the city of Kobe in 1995.

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At the top of the world news of this hour, Afghan President Hamid Karzai has threatened to send the troops into the areas of Pakistan near its border with Afghanistan. He said that Afghan has right to defend itself against militants who cross into Afghanistan to kill Afghan and coalition troops. Mr. Karzai spoke to reporters in Kabul. He said he wanted Taliban leaders Baitullah Meshud and Mullah Omar to know that Afghanistan will go after them. In Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said his country will not permit anyone to interfere in its national dealings.

 

 President Bush is in Britain for talks with Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The two leaders meet on Monday. They are expected to discuss issues that include the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and /the/ Iran’s suspected nuclear program.

 

 

 American Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says Israel is harming peace talks with the Palestinians’ five building settlements. Mrs. Rice criticized Israel during a news conference with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank town of Ramallah. She says Israel's continuing building of settlements destroyed trust in the peace negotiations. She said the United States will not consider Israel’s actions to have any effects on final border decisions. Israel recently announced plans to build 1300 homes in east Jerusalem. The Palestinians warned the city as their future capital.

 

In Iraq, a spokesman for the Shiite religious leader Mutada al-sadr says his movement will not enter its own candidates in local elections. He said, instead the movement will support independent politicians in the voting on October first. He said the Sadr movement would not boycott the elections. Iraq’s thirteen provinces will choose governing councils on October first. United States says the act will help secure the country by given more power to local leaders. Iraqi lawmakers are debating of proposed election measures  that could lead to a delay in the voting. The measure will ban parties with private armies from taking part in the election.

 

International investigators say they have found plans for a nuclear weapon on computers once used in an illegal nuclear weapon’s business. Pakistan’s scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan ran that dismissed. Investigators say the plans appeared similar to a nuclear weapon built and tested by Pakistan ten years ago. But the investigators say they have not been able to learn if the plans were every sold. Mr. Khan is suspected of having sold nuclear materials to Iran, North Korea and Libya.

 

 Emergency workers in northern Japan have recovered /the/ three more bodies from a building destroyed by a powerful earthquake on Saturday. The bodies were found in the wreckage of the almost four hundred year old Komanoyu inn. At least nine people are known to have died in the earthquake that shook the Iwate area. It measured seven point two in strength. The earthquake caused /to/ major landslides, the blocked roads and /the/ destroyed bridges. Smaller earthquakes continue  to shake the area. The last major earthquake in Japan killed about six thousand people in the city of Kobe in 1995.

 

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At the top of the news this hour Afhgan president Hammi Kazzan has threatened to send troops into areas of Pakistan near its boarder with Afhganistan. He said Afhganistan has the right to defend itself for against militants who cross into Afhganistan to kill Afhgan and collision fools. Mr Kazzan spoke to reporters in Kabo. He said he wanted the Taliban leaders Beilita Musoon and Bula Mula to know that Afhganistan will go after them. In Pakistan Prime Minister Issafa Gilannyhis country will not permit anyone to interfere in its national dealings.

 

President Bush is in Britain for talks with Prime Minister Golden Brown. The two leaders meet on Monday. They are ecpected to discuss issues that include the wars in Iraq and Afhganistan and Iran's suspected nuclear program.

 

American Secretary of State Condory Rice says Israel is harming peace-talks with the Palestinians by builfing settlements. Mrs. Rice critised Israel during a news conference with Palestinian President Mahu Mahaba in the west bay, town of Ramaba. She said Israel's continuing building of settlements distroys the trust in the peace negotiations. She said U.S. will not consider Israel's actions to have any effect on the final boarder dicision. Israel recently announced palns to build 1300 homes in east Jerusalem. The Palestinians want the city as their future capital.

 

In Iraq the spokesman for Shii Religions leader Matada Sata says his movement will not enter its own candidates in local elections. He said, instead the movement will support indepent politicians in the voting on October 1st. He said the sudden movement will not boycotted the elections. Iraq's thirteen provinces will choose governing councils on October 1st. U.S. says the act will help secure the country by giving more power to local leaders. Iraqi law makers are debating on the purposed election measure that could lead to a delay in the voting. The measure would ban parties with private armies from taking part in the elections.

 

International Investigators say they have found plans for a nuclear weapon on computers once used in an illegal nuclear weapons business. Pakistan scientist Abulu Galadie Han ran that business. Investigators say the plans appear silimiar to a nuclear weapon built and tested by Pakistan ten years ago. But investigators say they have not been able to learn if the plans were ever sold. Mr. Han is suspected of having sold nuclear materials to Iran, North Korea and Libia.

 

Emergency workers in northern Japan have recoverd three more bodies from a building destroyed by a powerful earthquake on Saturday. At least 9 people are known to have died in the earthquake that shook the Iwade area. It measured 7.2 in strength. The earthquake caused major landslides that blocked roads and destroyed bridges. Smaller earthquakes continue to shake the area. The last major earthquake in Japan killed about 6000 people in the city of Kobe in 1995.

 

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At the top of the world news of this hour, Afghan President Hamid Karzai has threatened to send troops into areas of Pakistan near its border with Afghanistan. He said Afghanistan has a right to defend itself against militants who cross into Afghanistan to kill Afghan and coalition troops. Mr. Karzai spoke to reporters in Kabul. He said he wanted Taliban leaders Baitullah Mehsud and  to know that Afghanistan will go after them.

 

In Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani said his country will not permit anyone to interfere in its international dealings. President Bush is in Britain for talks with Prime Minister Golden Brown. The two leaders meet on Monday. They are expected to discuss issues that include wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Iran’s suspected nuclear program.

 

American Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says Israel is harming peace talks with the Palestinians by building settlements. Miss. Rice criticized Israel during a news conference with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank town of Ramallah. She said Israel’s continuing building of settlements destroys tras in the peace negotiations. She said the United States will not consider Israel’s actions to have any effect on final border decisions. Israel recently announced plans to build 130,000 homes in East Jerusalem. The Palestinians want the city as their future capital.

 

In Iraq a spokesman for Shiite religious leader Moqtada al-Sadr says his Movement will not enter its own candidates in local elections. He said instead the Movement will support independent politicians in the voting on October i. He said the Sadr Movement would not boycott the elections. Iraq 17 provinces will choose governing councils on October 1. the United States says the act will help security country by giving more power to local leaders. Iraqi lawmakers are debating a proposed election major that could lead to a delay in the voting. The major would ban parties with private armies from taking part in the elections.

 

International investigators say they have found plants for a nuclear weapon on computers once used in an illegal nuclear weapon’s business. Pakistan scientist ** run that up this **. Investigators say the plants appere similar to a nuclear weapon build and tested by Pakistan ten years ago. But the investigators say they have not be able to learn if the plants were over sold. Mr. * is expected did of having sold nuclear materials to Iran, North Korea and Libya.

 

Emergency workers in northern Japan have recovered three more bodies from a building destroyrd by a powerful earthquake on Saturday. The bodies were found in the wreckage of the almost 400 year-old **. At least nine people are known to have died in the earthquake that shake the Iwate area. It measured 7.2 **. The earthquake caused major landslides the block roads and destroyed bridges. Smaller earthquakes continue to shake the area. The last major earthquake in Japan killed about 6,000 people in the city of Kopa in 1995.

 

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[1]At the top of the world news of this hour, Afghan President Hamid Karzai has threatened to send troops into areas of Pakistan near its border with Afghanistan. He said Afghanistan has a right to defend itself against militants who cross into Afghanistan to kill Afghan and coalition troops. Mr. Karzai spoke to reporters in Kabul. He said he wanted Taliban leaders Baitullah Mehsud and Mullah Omar to know that Afghanistan will go after them.

 

[2]In Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani said his country will not permit anyone to interfere in its national dealings. President Bush is in Britain for talks with Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The two leaders meet on Monday. They are expected to discuss issues that include the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Iran's suspected nuclear program.

 

 

[3]American Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says Israel is harming peace talks with the Palestinians by building settlements. Mrs. Rice criticized Israel during a news conference with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank town of Ramallah. She said Israel's continuing building of settlements destroyed trust in the peace negotiations. She said the United States will not consider Israel's actions to have any effect on final border decisions. Israel recently announced plans to build 1300 homes in East Jerusalem. The Palestinians warned the city as their future capital.

 

[4]In Iraq a spokesman for \the\ Shiite religious leader Moqtada al-Sadr says his movement will not enter its own candidates in local elections. He said instead the movement will support independent politicians in the voting on October 1. He said the Sadr movement would not boycott the elections. Iraq 17 provinces will choose governing councils on October 1. The United States says the act will help secure the country by giving more power to local leaders. Iraqi lawmakers are debating a proposed election measures that could lead to a delay in the voting. The measure will ban parties with private armies from taking part in the elections.

 

[5]International investigators say they have found plans for a nuclear weapon on computers once used in an illegal nuclear weapon's business. Pakistan s scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan ran that dismissed. Investigators say the plans appeared similar to a nuclear weapon built and tested by Pakistan ten years ago. But the investigators say they have not been able to learn if the plans were over sold. Mr. Khan is suspected of having sold nuclear materials to Iran, North Korea and Libya.

 

[6]Emergency workers in northern Japan have recovered \the\ three more bodies from a building destroyed by a powerful earthquake on Saturday. The bodies were found in the wreckage of the almost four hundred year old Komanoyu inn. At least nine people are known to have died in the earthquake that shook the Iwate area. It measured seven point two in strength. The earthquake caused to major landslides the blocked roads and \the\ destroyed bridges. Smaller earthquakes continue to shake the area. The last major earthquake in Japan killed about 6, 000 people in the city of Kobe in 1995.

 

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At the top of the world news this hour,Afghanistan President Hamid Carsia has strenghtened to send troops into areas of Pakistan nearits board with Afghanistan.He said Afghanistan has a right to defend itself against militants who cross into Afghanistan to kill Afghan and coalition troops. Mr.Carsia spoke to reporters in Karbunl.He said he wanted Taliban leaders Bytula Musu and Ola Omarl to know that Afghanistan will go after them.In Pakistan ,Prime Minister Usafrasa Galani said his country will not permit anyone to interfere its national dealings.President Bush is in Britain for talks with Prime Minister Gorden Brown.The two leaders meet due on Monday.They are expected to discuss issues that include the worse  in Iraq and Afghanistan and Iran's suspected nuclear program.

American Secretary of State Condolisa Rice says Israel is harming peace talks with Palestinians by building settlement .Miss Rice critisizes Israel during a news conference with Palestinian President Mahamud Bach in the west bank town of Rimala.She said Israel continuing building of settlements destroys trust in the peace negotiations.She said the United States will consider Israel's actions  to have any effects on final boarder decisions.Israel recently announced plans to build 1300 homes in Eastern Jerusalem.The Palestinians want the city as their future capital.

In Iraq a spokesman for * *  Leader Muktsada Sabra says his movement will not enter its own candidates in local elections.He said instead his movement will support indenpendent politicians in the voting on October 1st.He said his * movement would not boycott the elections. Iraq's 18 provinces will choose governing counsels on October 1st.United States says the act will help secure the country  by giving more power to local leaders.Iraq lawmakers are debating up a proposed election measure  that could lead a delay in the voting.The measure was banning parties with private armies from taking part in the election.

International investigators say they had found plans for a nuclear weapon on computers once used in an illegal nuclear weapons businers.Pakistan scientist Apdu Gadia Han run that business.Investigators say the plans appear similar to a nuclear weapon built and tested by  Pakistan ten years .But the investigators say they have not be able to learn if the plans were ever sold . Mr. Han is suspected of having sold  nuclear materials to Iran, North Korea and Libia.

Emergency workers in Northern Japan have recoveried 3 more bodies from a building destroyed by a powerful earthquake on Saturday. The bodies were found in the wreckage of the almost 400-year-old Komonoyo inn.At least 9 people are known to have died  in the earthquake that shook the Iwakoda area.It measured 7.2 in strength .The earthquake caused major landslides that blocked roads and destroyed bridges.Smaller earthquakes continue to shake the area.The last major earthquake in Japan killed about 6000 people in the city of Kobe in 1995.

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[1]At the top of the world news of this hour, Afghan President Hamid Karzai has threatened to send troops into areas of Pakistan near its border with Afghanistan. He said Afghanistan has a right to defend itself against militants who cross into Afghanistan to kill Afghan and coalition troops. Mr. Karzai spoke to reporters in Kabul. He said he wanted Taliban leaders Baitullah Mehsud and Mullah Omar to know that Afghanistan will go after them.

 

[2]In Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani said his country will not permit anyone to interfere in its national dealings. President Bush is in Britain for talks with Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The two leaders meet due on Monday. They are expected to discuss issues that include the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Iran's suspected nuclear program.

 

 

[3]American Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says Israel is harming peace talks with the Palestinians by building settlements. Miss Rice criticized Israel during a news conference with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank town of Ramallah. She said Israel's continuing building of settlements destroyed trust in the peace negotiations. She said the United States will not consider Israel's actions to have any effects on final border decisions. Israel recently announced plans to build 1300 homes in East Jerusalem. The Palestinians wanted the city as their future capital.

 

[4]In Iraq a spokesman for Shiite religious leader Moqtada al-Sadr says his movement will not enter its own candidates in local elections. He said instead the movement will support independent politicians in the voting on October 1st . He said the Sadr movement would not boycott the elections. Iraq's 18 provinces will choose governing councils on October 1st. The United States says the act will help secure the country by giving more power to local leaders. Iraqi lawmakers are debating up a proposed election measure that could lead to a delay in the voting. The measure will ban parties with private armies from taking part in the elections.

 

[5]International investigators say they have found plans for a nuclear weapon on computers once used in an illegal nuclear weapon's businers . Pakistan's scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan ran that business. Investigators say the plans appeared similar to a nuclear weapon built and tested by Pakistan ten years ago. But the investigators say they have not been able to learn if the plans were over sold. Mr. Khan is suspected of having sold nuclear materials to Iran, North Korea and Libya.

 

[6]Emergency workers in northern Japan have recovered  three more bodies from a building destroyed by a powerful earthquake on Saturday. The bodies were found in the wreckage of the almost 400-year-old Komanoyu inn. At least nine people are known to have died in the earthquake that shook the Iwate area. It measured seven point two in strength. The earthquake caused to major landslides the blocked roads and  destroyed bridges. Smaller earthquakes continue to shake the area. The last major earthquake in Japan killed about 6, 000 people in the city of Kobe in 1995.

 

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[1]At the top of world this hour, Afghan President Hamid Karzai has threathen to sent troops into areas in Pakistan neat its border with Afghanistian. He said Afghanistian has to right to defend itself against militants who cross into Afghanistian to kill Afghan and collation troops. Mr. Karzai sopke to reporters in Kabul. He said wanted Taliban leaders Baitullah Meshud and Mullah Omar to know that Afghanistian will go after them. In Pakistan, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said his country will not permit anyone to interfere in this national dealings.

 

[2]Preisdent Bush is in Britian for talks with Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The two leaders meet on Monday. They are expected to discuss issue that include the wars in Iraq and Afgahnistianand Iran’s suspected nuclear program.

 

[3]American Secretary of State Condoleezza Rica says Israel is harming peace talks with the Palestinians' 5 building settlements. Mrs. Rice criticiz Isarel during a news conference with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank town of  Ram Allah. She said Israel's continuing building of settlements destroyed trust in the peace negotiations. She said United States will not consider Israel's actions to have any effect on final border decisions. Isarel recently announced plans to build 1,300 homes in east Jerusalem. The Palestinian want the city as their future capital.

 

[4]Iraq spokesman for the Shiite religious leader Mutada al-sadr says his movement will not enter is own candidates in local election. He said instead the movement will support independ politicans in the voting on October first. He said the Sadr movement would not boycott the elections. Iraq's thirteen proviences will chose governing council on the October first. United States says the act will help security of country by giving more power to local leaders. Iraqi lawmakers are debating of proposed election measure that could lead to a delay in the voting. The measure will ban parties with private armies from taking part in the elections.

 

[5]International investigator say they have found plans for a nuclear weapon on computers once used in an illegal nuclear weapons business. Pakistan scientist Abdul Qadeer Han ran that dismissed. Investigator say the plans appear similar to a nuclear weapon built and test by Pakistan ten years ago. But investigato say they have not have been able to learn if the plans were ever sold.  Mr. Han is suspected of having sold nuclear material to Iran, North Korea and Libya .

 

[6]Emergency workers in northern Japan have recovered 3 more bodies from a building destroyed by a powerful earthquake on Saturday. The bodies were found in the wreckage of the almost 400 year-old Komonoyu inn. At least 9 people are known have to died that shook the Iwata area. It measured 7.2 in strength. The earthquake caused major landslides that blocked roads and destroyed bridges. Smaller earthquakes continue to shake the area. The last major earthquake in Japan killed about 6000 people in the city of Kobe in 1995.

 

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At the top of the world’s news at this hour, Afghan President Hami Cussi has threatened to send troops into areas of Pakistan near its border with Afghanistan. He said Afghanistan has a right to defend itself against militants who crossed into Afghanistan to kill Afghan and coalition troops. Mr. Cussi spoke to reporters in Kabul. He said he wanted Taliban leaders Ta and Olmu to know that Afghanistan will go after them.

 

In Pakistan, Prime Minister Issafrosa Kyni said his country will not permit anyone to interfere in its national dealings. President Bush is in Britain for talks with Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The two leaders meet on Monday. They are expected to discuss issues that include the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Iran suspected nuclear program.

                                                                                                   

American Secretary of State Condollezza Rice says Israel is harming peace talks with the Palestinians by building settlements. Mrs. Rice criticised Israel during a news conference with Palestinian President Mud Hud Abbas in the West Bank, town of Lamala. She said Israel continuing building of settlements to destroy trust in the peace negotiations. She said the US will not consider Israel’s actions to have any effects on final border decisions. Israel recently announced plans to build 1300 homes in east Jerusalem. The Palestinians want the city as their future capital.

 

In Iraq, a spokesman for Shiite religious leader Mutta Shate said his movement will not enter its own candidates in local elections. He said instead the movement would support independent politicians in the voting on October 1st. He said this sudden movement would not boycott the elections. Iraq’s 18 provinces would choose governing council on October 1st. Unite States says the act will helps secure the country by giving power to local leaders. Iraqi lawmakers are debating of proposed election measures that could lead to a delay in the voting. The measure would ban parties with private armies from taking part in the elections.

 

International investigators say they have found plans for a nuclear weapon on computers once used in an illegal nuclear weapon business. Pakistan scientist ran that business. Investigators say the plans appeared similar to a nuclear weapon bill and tested by Pakistan 10 years ago. But the investigators say they have not been able to learn if the plans were ever sold. Mr. Ham is suspected of having sold nuclear materials to Iran, North Korea and Libya.

 

Emergency workers in northern Japan have recovered 3 more bodies from a building destroyed by a powerful earthquake on Saturday. The bodies were found in the wreckage of the almost 400-year-old Komna. At least 9 people are known to have died in the earthquake that shot the Iwadya area. It measured 7.2 in strength. The earthquake caused major landslides that block roads and destroyed bridges. Smaller earthquakes continue to shake the area. The last major earthquake in Japan killed about 6 000 people in the city of Kobe in 1995.

 

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1. At the top of the world news of this hour, Afghan President Hamid Karzai has threatened to send troops into areas of Pakistan near its border with Afghanistan. He said Afghanistan has a right to defend itself against militants who cross into Afghanistan to kill Afghan and coalition troops. Mr. Karzai spoke to reporters in Kabul. He said he wanted Taliban leaders, Baitullah Mahsud and mullah Omar, to know that Afghanistan will go after them. In Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said his country will not permit anyone to interfere in its national dealings. President Bush is in Britain for talks with Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The two leaders meet on Monday. They are expected to discuss issues that include the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Iran's suspected nuclear program.

 

2. American Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says Israel is harming peace talks with the Palestinians by building settlements. Ms. Rice criticized Israel during a news conference with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank town of Ramallah. She said Israel's continuing building of settlements destroys trust in the peace negotiations. She said the United States will not consider Israel's actions to have any effect on final border decisions. Israel recently announced plans to build 1,300 homes in east Jerusalem. The Palestinians want the city as their future capital.

 

3. In Iraq a spokesman for Shiite religious leader Muqtada Sadr says his movement will not enter its own candidates in local elections. He said instead the movement will support independent politicians in the voting on October 1st. He said the Sadr movement would not boycott the elections. Iraq's eighteen provinces will choose governing councils on October 1st. The United States says the act will help secure the country by giving more power to local leaders. Iraqi lawmakers are debating a proposed election measure that could lead to a delay in the voting. The measure would ban parties with private armies from taking part in the elections.

 

4. International investigators say they have found plans for a nuclear weapon on computers once used in an illegal nuclear weapons business. Pakistan scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan ran that business. Investigators say the plans appear similar to a nuclear weapon built and tested by Pakistan 10 years ago. But the investigators say they have not been able to learn if the plans were ever sold. Mr. Khan is suspected of having sold nuclear materials to Iran, North Korea and Libya.

 

5. Emergency workers in northern Japan have recovered three more bodies from a building destroyed by a powerful earthquake on Saturday. The bodies were found in the wreckage of the almost 400-year-old Komanoyu inn. At least nine people are known to have died in the earthquake that shock the Iwate area. It measured 7.2 in strength. The earthquake caused major landslides that blocked roads and destroyed bridges. Small earthquakes continue to shake the area. The last major earthquake in Japan killed about 6,000 people in the city of Kobe in 1995.

 

And you are listening to this news in VOA Special English.

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    And you find us here in VOA special english at 15:30 universal time.
  
    At the top world of this hour. Afghan president Hamid Karzai has threatened to send troops into areas of Pakistan near its border with Afghanistan. He said Afghanistan has already/rights to defend himself/itself against militants to cross into Afghanistan to kill Afghanistan and coalition troops. Mr.Karzai spoke to the reporters in Kapol. He said he wanted Taliban leaders Bytaka to know that Afghanistan will go after them. In Pakistan Prime Ministor Yousaf Raza Gillani said his country will not permit anyone to interfere in its national dealings.

   

    President Bush is in Britain for talks with Prime Ministor Gordon Brown. The two leaders meet on Monday. They are repected to discuss issues that including wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and Iran's suspected nuclear program.

   

    American secretary of state condolence rights/Condoleezza Rice says Isreal is harming peace talks with the Palestinian by building settlements. Iraq criticized Isreal during a news conference with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the western bank town of Laman. She said Isreal continuing building settlements destroyed trust in the peace negotiation. She said United States will not consider Isreal action to have any effect on final border dicision. Isreal recently announced a plan to build 1300 homes in East Jerusalem. Palestine want the city as their future capital.

   

    In Iraq a spokeman for Shiite releasers leader Mokatada said his movement will not end its own candidates in local election. He said instead the movement will support independ parlirtition in the voting of Oct 1st. He said the sudden movement will not boycott the election. Iraq's 18 provinces will choose govering council on Oct 1st. United States as the actor will help security country by given more power to local leaders. Iraqi law-makers are depending a proposal election measure that could lead to delay the voting. The measures were banned parties with private armys from taking part in the elections.

   

    International investigator said they have found plans for nuclear weapon on computers once used in an illegal unclear weapon business. Pakistan signtist Abudula GadiaHan went their business. The investigator said the plan appeared similar to a nuclear weapon build and test by Pakistan 10 years ago. But the investigator say they have not been able to learn its plan were ever sold. Mr.Hn is suspected having sold nuclear materials to Iran, NorthKorea and Libia.

   

    Emergency workers in Northern Japan have recovered 3 more bodies from a building distroyed by a powerful earthquake on Saturday. The bodies were found in the wreckage of the almost 400 years old Komoyol. At least 9 people are known to have died in the earthquake that shocked the iWady area. It measured 7.2 in strength. The earthquake caused majored landslide,broke roads and distroyed bridges. Small earthquake continue to shake the area. The last major earthquake in Japan killed about 6,000 people in city of Kobei in 1995.

  

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And you find is here in VOA special english at 1530 universal time .At the top of the world news this hour. Afghan president Hamid Kalsa has threatened to sent troops in two areas of Parkistan near its borders with Afghanistan.He said Afghanistan has a right to defend itself against militants who cross into Afghanistan to kill Afghan and coalition troops.Mr Kalsa spoke to reporters in Kalpul.He said he wanted Taliban leaders Bit Torlumhorsudan mula to know that Afghanistan will go after them .In Parkistan Prime Minister YolsiveAsaki lani said his country will not permit anyone to interfere its national dealings. President Bush is in Britain for a talk with Prime Minister Gorden Brown.The two leader meet on Monday .They are expected to discuss issues that include wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and Iran 's suspected nuclear program.American secretary state Koundrlisa RIde said Israel harming peace talks with the Palestanians by building settlements.As Rides critisied Israel duting a news conference with Palestanian President Mahomud Obas in the west bank town of Remala.She said Israel continuing building of settlements destroy trust the peace negotiations.She said the United States will not consider Israel's actions to have any effect on final border decisions.Israel recently announced plans to build 1300 homes in east Jewishs land.The Palestanian wanted off the city as there future capital. An Iraq spokesman for Shiia religious leader Motarda Sadr says his movement will not enter its candidates in local elections.He said instead the movement will support independant politicians in the voting on Oct 1st.He said the Sadr movement would not boycott the elections.Iraq's 18 provices will choose governing councils on Oct 1st.The United States says the act will help secure the country by giving more power to local leaders.Iraqi law makers are debating unproposed election measure that could lead to a delay in the voting.The measure would ban the parties with private armies from taking part in the elections. International investigators say they have found plans for a nuclear weapon on computers wants to use an illegal nuclear weapons business. Parkistan scientist Andogardi Ahan ran that business.Investigator says the plan appears similar to a nuclear weapon built under tested by Parkistan ten years ago.But the investigator say they have not been able to learn if the plan wherever sold.Mr Ahan is suspected of having sold nuclear materials to Iran ,North Korea and Lebia. An emergency workers in Northern Japan have recovered three more bodies from buildings destroyed by a powerful earthquake on Saturday .The bodies were found in the wreckage of almost 4hundred- year old.At least 9 people known to have died in the earthquake that shook the * area.It measures 7.2 in strength.The earthquake caused major landslides block the roads and destroyed riches.Smaller earthquakes continue to shake the area.The last major earthquake in Japan killed about six thousand people in the city of *in 1995. And you r listening to this news in VOA sepcial english.

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And you find us here in VOA Special English at 15:30 Universal Time.


[1] At the top of the world news of this hour, Afghan President Hamid Karzai has threatened to send troops into areas of Pakistan near its border with Afghanistan. He said Afghanistan has a right to defend itself against militants who cross into Afghanistan to kill Afghan and coalition troops. Mr. Karzai spoke to reporters in Kabul. He said he wanted Taliban leaders Baitullah Mehsud and Mullah Omar to know that Afghanistan will go after them. In Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani said his country will not permit anyone to interfere in its national dealings.

 

[2] President Bush is in Britain for talks with Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The two leaders meet due on Monday. They are expected to discuss issues that include the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Iran's suspected nuclear program.


[3] American Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says Israel is harming peace talks with the Palestinians by building settlements. Ms. Rice criticized Israel during a news conference with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank town of Ramallah. She said Israel's continuing building of settlements destroys trust in the peace negotiations. She said the United States will not consider Israel's actions to have any effects on final border decisions. Israel recently announced plans to build 1,300 homes in East Jerusalem. The Palestinians want/ the city as their future capital.


[4] In Iraq, a spokesman for Shiite religious leader Muqtada al-Sadr says his movement will not enter its own candidates in local elections. He said instead the movement will support independent politicians in the voting on October 1st. He said the Sadr movement would not boycott the elections. Iraq's 18 provinces will choose governing councils on October 1st. The United States says the act will help secure the country by giving more power to local leaders. Iraqi lawmakers are debating up a proposed election measure that could lead to a delay in the voting. The measure would ban parties with private armies from taking part in the elections.


[5] International investigators say they have found plans for a nuclear weapon on computers once used in an illegal nuclear weapon's businers. Pakistan's scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan ran that business. Investigators say the plans appeared similar to a nuclear weapon built and tested by Pakistan ten years ago. But the investigators say they have not been able to learn if the plans were over sold. Mr. Khan is suspected of having sold nuclear materials to Iran, North Korea and Libya.


[6] Emergency workers in northern Japan have recovered three more bodies from a building destroyed by a powerful earthquake on Saturday. The bodies were found in the wreckage of the almost 400-year-old Komanoyu inn. At least nine people are known to have died in the earthquake that shook the Iwate area. It measured seven point two in strength. The earthquake caused / major landslides that blocked roads and destroyed bridges. Smaller earthquakes continue to shake the area. The last major earthquake in Japan killed about 6,000 people in the city of Kobe in 1995.


And you are listening to this news in VOA Special English.

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