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

 

The Supreme Court essentially threw out a 32-year-old handgun ban in the city of Washington. In a five-four ruling, justices said the ban violates the constitutional right to keep and bear arms. It's the high court's first major ruling on gun rights. The district's gun law was one of the strictest in the country.

 

Convicted murderer Neil Entwistle has been sentenced to two concurrent life sentences without the possibility of parole. The British man was convicted of killing his wife Rachel and then 9-month-old baby girl Lillian Rose in 2006. Entwistle's lawyers argued his wife was depressed and that she shot the couple's daughter, and then killed herself. Entwistle fled to his parents' home in Britain after the shootings.

 

A key opposition figure in Zimbabwe has been freed from prison on bail. Tendai Biti must return to court next month to face charges of treason. President Robert Mugabe said he's open to negotiations with the opposition after the presidential election run-off on Friday. The opposition withdrew from the vote, citing violence and threats. Many world leaders have called it a sham election.

 

 

President Bush is lifting key trade sanctions against North Korea and eventually removing it from the list of nations that sponsor terrorism. He made the announcement after North Korea handed over a 60-page declaration detailing its nuclear program. Tomorrow North Korea plans to dismantle a major component at its main nuclear reactor. North Korea is not required to dismantle or even declare its stockpile of nuclear weapons, and it's not required to list which countries it gave nuclear technology to. The US says it plans to deal with those issues later on.

 

Oil prices have hit a new record, $140.05 a barrel, this is in intraday trading. It happened after OPEC's president said the price of crude could shoot well over $150 a barrel, possibly as high as $170. News that Libya may reduce oil production also contributed to the spike.

 

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 am Naamua Delaney at the cnn center at Atlanta, here’s a look at what’s happening now in the news.

The supreme court essentially threw out a 32-year-old handgun ban in the city of Washington. In a five to four ruling, judges said the ban violates the constitutional right to keep and bear their arms. It’s the high court’s first major ruling on gun rights. The District Gunlaw was one of the strictest in the country.

Convicted murderer N…A… has been sentenced to two concurrent life sentences without the possiblity of p…. The British man was convicted of killing his wife Rachel and their 9-month-old baby girls Lily and Rose in 2006. A…’s lawyer argued that his wife was depressed and then she shot the couple’s daughter, and then killed herself. A… fled to his parents’ home in Britain after the shooting .

A key opposition figure in Sumbawa has been freed from prison on bail. Tendy Beety must return to court next month to face charges of treason. President Robin Mocgarbay said he’s open to negociation with the opposition after the presidential election runoff on Friday. The opposition redrew from the vote signing violence and threats. Many world leaders have called it a sham election.

 President Bush is lifting key trade sanctions against North Korea and eventually removing it from the list of nations response to terrorism. He made the announcement after North Korea handed over a 60-page declaration detailing its nuclear programme. Tomorrow, North Korea plans to  dismantle a major component in its nuclear reactor. North Korea is not required to dismantle or even declare its stock pile of nuclear weapons, and it’s not required to list countries it gave nuclear technology to. The US said it planns to deal with those issues later on.  

Oil prices have hit a new record. 140 dollars and 5cents a barrel. This is an introday trading. It happened after OPEC’s president said the price of crude could shoot well over 150 dollars a barrel, possibly as high as 170 dollars. News that Libia may reduce oil production also contributed to the spike.

Well, those are the headlines in 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 Naauma Delaney at the CNN center at Atlanta.Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

The Supreme Court eventually threw out a 32-year-old handgun ban in the city of Washingon. In a 5 to 4 ruling judges said the ban violates the constitutional right to keep and bear arm.It's the high calls first major ruling on gun rights.The district gun rule was one of the stricted in the country.

 

Convicted murderer Nill Anvisol has been sentenced to 2 concurrent life sentence without the possibility of parole.The British man was convicted of killing his wife Rachle and their 9-month-old baby girls Lily and Rose in 2006.Anvisol's lawyers argued his wife was depressed and that she shot the couple's daughter and then killed herself. Anvisol flet to his parents' home in Britain after the shooting.

 

A key opposition figure in Zimbabwe has been freed from prison on bail.Tendibt must return to court next month to face charges of treason.President Robert Mugaby said he is open to negotiations with the opposition after the presidential election run-off on Friday.The opposition withdrew from the vote fighting violence from threats.Many world leaders have called it "a shame election".

 

President Bush is listing key trade sanction against North Korea and eventually removing it from the list of the nations response terrorism.He made an announcement of North Korea handed over a  60-page declearation detailing its neclear program. Tommorow North Korea plans to dismantal a major component at its main nuclear reactor.North Korea is not require to dismantal or even declear its stock pile neclear weapons and is not required to list which countrys it gave nuclear technology too.The U.S. says it plans to deal with those issues later on.

 

Oil prices have heat a new record, 140 dollars and 5 cents a barrel.This is in-trade-day trading.It happened at OPECs president said the price of crude could shot well over 150 dollars a barrel, possibly as high as 170 dollars.News at Libya may reduce oil production also contributed to this hike.

Well 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 am Naamua Delaney at the CNN center at Atlanta, here’s a look at what’s happening now in the news.

The supreme court essentially threw out a 32-year-old handgun ban in the city of Washington. In a five to four ruling, judges said the ban violates the constitutional right to keep and bear their arms. It’s the high court’s first major ruling on gun rights. The District Gunlaw was one of the strictest in the country.

Convicted murderer Nil Andwisle has been sentenced to two concurrent life sentences without the possiblity of parole. The British man was convicted of killing his wife Rachel and their 9-month-old baby girls Lily and Rose in 2006. Andwisle’s lawyer argued that his wife was depressed and then she shot the couple’s daughter, and then killed herself. Andwisle fled to his parents’ home in Britain after the shooting .

A key opposition figure in Sumbawa has been freed from prison on bail. Tendy Beety must return to court next month to face charges of treason. President Robin Mocgarbay said he’s open to negociation with the opposition after the presidential election runoff on Friday. The opposition withdrew from the vote signing violence and threats. Many world leaders have called it a sham election.

President Bush is lifting key trade sanctions against North Korea and eventually removing it from the list of nations response to terrorism. He made the announcement after North Korea handed over a 60-page declaration detailing its nuclear programme. Tomorrow, North Korea plans to  dismantle a major component at its nuclear reactor. North Korea is not required to dismantle or even declare its stock pile of nuclear weapons, and it’s not required to list which  countries it gave a nuclear technology to. The US said it planns to deal with those issues later on.  

Oil prices have hit a new record. 140 dollars and 5 cents a barrel. This is an introday trading. It happened after OPEC’s president said the price of crude could shoot well over 150 dollars a barrel, possibly as high as 170 dollars. News that Libia may reduce oil production also contributed to the spike.

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

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

The Supreme Court essentially threw out a 32-year-old handgun ban in the city of Washington. In a five to four ruling, judges said the ban violates the constitutional right to keep and bear their arms. It’s the high court’s first major ruling on gun rights. The District Gun law was one of the strictest in the country.

Convicted murderer N…A… has been sentenced to two concurrent life sentences without the possibility of parole. The British man was convicted of killing his wife Rachel and their 9-month-old baby girls Lily and Rose in 2006. A…’s lawyer argued that his wife was depressed and then she shot the couple’s daughter, and then killed herself. A… fled to his parents’ home in Britain after the shooting.

A key opposition figure in Zimbabwe has been freed from prison on bail. Tendy Beety must return to court next month to face charges of treason. President Robin Mocgarbay said he’s open to negotiations with the opposition after the presidential election runoff on Friday. The opposition withdrew from the vote fighting violence from threats. Many world leaders have called it a sham election.

 President Bush is lifting key trade sanctions against North Korea and eventually removing it from the list of nations response to terrorism. He made the announcement after North Korea handed over a 60-page declaration detailing its nuclear program. Tomorrow, North Korea plans to dismantle a major component in its nuclear reactor. North Korea is not required to dismantle or even declare its stock pile of nuclear weapons, and it’s not required to list countries it gave nuclear technology to. The US said it plans to deal with those issues later on. 

Oil prices have hit a new record. 140 dollars and 5cents a barrel. This is an introday trading. It happened after OPEC’s president said the price of crude could shoot well over 150 dollars a barrel, possibly as high as 170 dollars. News that Libya may reduce oil production also contributed to the spike.

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

[ 本帖最后由 翩然花逝 于 2008-6-27 19:51 编辑 ]
韦氏字典是无敌的^o^
铲除一切猴面包树……
Everything is about attitude “)

On 笨鸟追日

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

The supreme court essentially threw out a 32-year-old handgun ban in the city of Washington. In a five to four ruling, judges said the ban violates the constitutional right to keep and bear their arms. It’s the high court’s first major ruling on gun rights. The District Gunlaw was one of the strictest in the country.

Convicted murderer Neil Entwistle has been sentenced to two concurrent life sentences without the possiblity of parole. The British man was convicted of killing his wife Rachel and their 9-month-old baby girl Lilian /and/ Rose in 2006. Entwistle’s lawyer argued that his wife was depressed and then she shot the couple’s daughter, and then killed herself. Entwistle fled to his parents’ home in Britain after the shootings.

A key opposition figure in Zimbabwe has been freed from prison on bail. Tendile Beety must return to court next month to face charges of treason. President Robin Mocgarbay said he’s open to negociation with the opposition after the presidential election runoff on Friday. The opposition withdrew from the vote signing violence and threats. Many world leaders have called it a sham election.

President Bush is lifting key trade sanction against North Korea and eventually removing it from the list of nations suspended to terrorism. He made the announcement after North Korea handed over a 60-page declaration detailing its nuclear programme. Tomorrow, North Korea plans to  dismantle a major component at its nuclear reactor. North Korea is not required to dismantle or even declare its stock pile of nuclear weapons, and it’s not required to list which  countries it gave a nuclear technology to. The US said it planns to deal with those issues later on.  

Oil prices have hit a new record. 140 dollars and 5 cents a barrel. This is an intraday trading. It happened after OPEC’s president said the price of crude could shoot well over 150 dollars a barrel, possibly as high as 170 dollars. News that Libia may reduce oil production also contributed to the spike.

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

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

The Supreme Court essentially threw out a 32-year-old handgun ban in the city of Washington. In a five to four ruling, judges said the ban violates the constitutional right to keep and bear their arms. It’s the high court’s first major ruling on gun rights. The District Gunlaw was one of the strictest in the country.

Convicted murderer Nil Andwisle has been sentenced to two concurrent life sentences without the possiblity of parole. The British man was convicted of killing his wife Rachel and their 9-month-old baby girls Lily and Rose in 2006. Andwisle’s lawyer argued that his wife was depressed and that she shot the couple’s daughter, and then killed herself. Andwisle fled to his parents’ home in Britain after the shooting .

A key opposition figure in Sumbawa has been freed from prison on bail. Tendy Beety must return to court next month to face charges of treason. President Robin Mocgarbay said he’s open to negociation with the opposition after the presidential election runoff on Friday. The opposition withdrew from the vote citing violence and threats. Many world leaders have called it a sham election.

President Bush is lifting key trade sanctions against North Korea and eventually removing it from the list of nations response to terrorism. He made the announcement after North Korea handed over a 60-page declaration detailing its nuclear programme. Tomorrow, North Korea plans to  dismantle a major component at its main nuclear reactor. North Korea is not required to dismantle or even declare its stock pile of nuclear weapons, and it’s not required to list which  countries it gave a nuclear technology to. The US says it planns to deal with those issues later on.  

Oil prices have hit a new record,140 dollars and 5 cents a barrel. This is an introday trading. It happened after OPEC’s president said the price of crude could shoot well over 150 dollars a barrel, possibly as high as 170 dollars. News that Libia may reduce oil production also contributed it to the spike.

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

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

The Supreme Court essentially threw out a 32-year-old handgun ban in the city of Washington. In a five to four ruling, justices said the ban violates the constitutional right to keep and bear / arms. It’s the High Court’s first major ruling on gun rights. The District Gun Law was one of the strictest in the country.

Convicted murderer Neil Entwistle has been sentenced to two concurrent life sentences without the possibility of parole. The British man was convicted of killing his wife Rachel and their 9-month-old baby girl Lily and Rose in 2006. Entwistle’s lawyer argued / his wife was depressed and then she shot the couple’s daughter, and then killed herself. Entwistle fled to his parents’ home in Britain after the shooting.

A key opposition figure in Zimbabwe has been freed from prison on bail. Tendile Beety must return to court next month to face charges of treason. President Robert Mugabe said he’s open to negotiations with the opposition after the presidential election runoff on Friday. The opposition withdrew from the vote citing violence and threats. Many world leaders have called it a sham election.

President Bush is lifting key trade sanction against North Korea and eventually removing it from the list of nation’s sponsors of terrorism. He made the announcement after North Korea handed over a 60-page declaration detailing its nuclear program. Tomorrow, North Korea plans to dismantle a major component at its main nuclear reactor. North Korea is not required to dismantle or even declare its stock pile of nuclear weapons, and it’s not required to list which countries it gave a nuclear technology to. The US says it plans to deal with those issues later on. 

Oil prices have hit a new record. 140 dollars and 5 cents a barrel. This is an intraday trading. It happened after OPEC’s president said the price of crude could shoot well over 150 dollars a barrel, possibly as high as 170 dollars. News that Libia may reduce oil production also contributed to the spike.

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 am Naamua Delaney at the CNN Centre in Atlanta. Here is a look at what is happening NOW IN THE NEWS.
The Supreme Court essentially threw out a 32-year-old handgun ban in the city of Washington. In a 5 to 4 ruling, justices said the ban violate the constitutional right to keep and bear arms. It is the high court's first major ruling on gun right. The district gun law was once the strictest in the country.
Convicted murder, Neil Entwistle has been sentenced to 2 concurrent life sentences without the possibility of parole. The Britishman was convicted of killing his wife Rachel and their nine-month-old baby girl Lillian Rose in 2006. Entwistle's lawyer argued his wife was depressed and then she shot the couple's daughter and then killed herself. Entwistle fled to his parents' home in Britain after the shooting.
A key opposition figure in Zimbabwe has been freed from prison on bail. Tendai Biti must return to court next month to face charges of treason. President Robert Mugabe is said he is open to negotiations with the opposition after the presidential election runoff on Friday. The opposition withdrew from the vote citing violence and threats. Many world leaders have called it a shame election.
President Bush is lifting key trade sanction against North Korea and eventually removing it from the list of nations that sponsor terrorism. He made the announcement after North Korea handed over a 60-page declaration detailing its nuclear program. Tomorrow, North Korea plans to dismantle a major component at its main nuclear recator. North Korea is not required to dismantle or even declare its stock piles of nuclear weapons and is not required to list which countries it gave nuclear technology to. The US says it plans to deal with those issues later on.
Oil prices have hit a new record, 140 dollars and 5 cents a barrel. This is an intraday trading. It happened after OPEC's president said the price of crude could shoot well afterover 150 dollars a barrel, possibly as high as 170 dollars.News that Libia may reduce oil production also contributed to the spike.
Well, those are the headlines in this hour. Stay with CNN for more on these stories and the other News of the day.

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Good afternoon, I am (lany) at CNN center in Atlanta, here’s a look at what’s happening now in the news.

The Supreme Court essentially throughout a thirty-two year old handgun ban in the city of Washington, in a five to four ruling, the justices said the ban violated the constitutional right to keep their arms, it’s the high court first major ruling on gun right, and the district (gumball) was one of the (distractive) of the country.

Convicted murder (Anile Vise) has been sentenced to two (concurrent) life sentences without the possibility of (Pure), the British man was convicted of killing his wife and their nine month old girl baby Lily Rose in 2006, and Vise’s lawyer argued his wife was depressed, and she shot the couple’s daughter and killed herself, was fled his parents’ home in London after the shootings.

A key opposition figure in Zimbabwe has freed from prison on (bell), (diabetic) must return to court next month to face charges of treason, president Robert Mugabe said he is open to negotiation with the opposition after the presidential run-off election on Monday, the opposition withdrew from the vote fighting violence and threat, many world leaders have called it a shame election.

President Bush is lifting key trade sanction against North Korea, and eventually removing it from  the list of nation sponsored terrorism, he made the announcement after North Korea handed over a sixty pages declaration, detailing its nuclear program, tomorrow North Korea plans to dismantle a major component at its main nuclear reactor, North Korea is not required to dismantle or even to declare its stop (part) of nuclear weapons and is not required to list which countries it gained the nuclear technology too, the US says it plans to deal with those issues later on.

Oil prices have hit a new record, one hundred forty dollars and five cents a barrel, this is a intoday trading, it happened after OPEC president said the price of the crude could shoot to one hundred sixty a barrel, possibly as high as one hundred seventy dollars, news in Libya may reduce oil production also contributed to the spike.
 
Well those are the headlines of this hour, stay with CNN for more on stories and other news of the day.

 

Homework

 

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

 

The Supreme Court essentially threw out the 32-year-old handgun ban in the city of Washington in a 5-4 ruling. Justices say the ban violates the constitutional right of keeping their arms. It’s the high court’s first major ruling on gun right. The District gun law was one of the strictest in the country.

 

Convicted murder Neil Entwistle has been sentenced to two concurrent life sentences without the possibilities of parole. The British man was convicted of killing his wife Rachel and their 9-month-old baby girl Lillian Rose in 2006. Entwistle’s lawyer argued his wife was depressed and that she shot the couple’s daughter and then killed herself. Entwistle flet to his British parents’ home after the shooting.

 

A key opposition figure in Zimbabwe has been free from prison on bale. // plans to return to court next month to face charges of treason. President Robert Megabed says he’s open to negotiation with the opposition after the presidential election run-off on Friday. The opposition withdrew from the vote, citing violence in thread. Many world leaders have called it a shamed election.

 

President Bush is lifting key trade sanction against North Korea and eventually removing it from the list of nations that sponsor terrorism. He made the announcement after North Korea handed over 67-page declaration detailing its nuclear programs. Tomorrow, North Korea plans to dismantle a major component at a main nuclear reactor. North Korea is not required to dismantle or even declare stockpile of weapons and it’s not required to list which country it gave nuclear technology to. The US says it plans to deal with those issues later off.

 

Oil prices have hit a new record, $140.5 a barrel. This is in intraday trading. It happened after OPEC’s president said the price of crude could shoot well over $150 a barrel, possibly as high as $170 dollars. News of Libia may reduce oil production also contributed to the spike.

 

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.

 

The Supreme Court essentially threw out the 32-year-old handgun ban in the city of Washington, in a 5-4 ruling. Justices say the ban violates the constitutional right to keep and bear arms. It’s the High Court’s first major ruling on gun rights. The district gun law was one of the strictest in the country.

 

Convicted murder Neil Entwistle, has been sentenced to two concurrent life sentences without the possibilities of parole. The Britishman was convicted of killing his wife Rachel and their 9-month-old baby girl Lillian Rose in 2006. Entwistle’s lawyer argued his wife was depressed and that she shot the couple’s daughter and then killed herself. Entwistle flet to his British parents’ home after the shooting.

 

A key opposition figure in Zimbabwe has been freed from prison on bail. Tendai Biti must return to Court next month, to face charges of treason. President Robert Mugabe said he’s open to negotiations with the opposition after the presidential election run-off on Friday. The opposition withdrew from the vote, citing violence in threats. Many world leaders have called it a shamed election.

 

President Bush is lifting key trade sanction against North Korea and eventually removing it from the list of nation's sponsor terrorism. He made the announcement after North Korea handed over a 60-page declaration detailing its nuclear program. Tomorrow North Korea plans to dismantle a major component at its main nuclear reactor. North Korea is not required to dismantle or even declare stock piles of nuclear weapons and is not required to list which countries it gave nuclear technology to. The US says it plans to deal with those issues later on.

 

Oil prices have hit a new record, $140.5 a barrel. This is an intraday trading. It happened after Opec’s president said the price of crude could shoot well over $150 a barrel, possibly as high as $170. News that  Libia may reduce oil production also contributed to the spike.

 

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.

 

The Supreme Court essentially threw out a 32 year old handgun ban in the city of Washington, in a 5-4 ruling, justice is said the ban violate the constructional right to keep a ban armed. It`s the High Court`s first major ruling on gun rights. The district gun law was one of the strictest in the country.

 

Convicted murder Neil Entwistle has been sentenced to two concurrent life sentences without the possibility of prow, the British man was convicted of killing his wife Rachel and their 9 months old baby girl Lillian Rose in 2006, Entwistle`s lawyers argued his wife was depressed and she shot the couple`s daughter and then killed herself. Entwistle fleet his parents` home in Britain after the shooting.

 

A key opposition figure in Zimbabwe has been freed from prison on bail, *IBT must return to court next month, to face charges of treason. President Robert Mugabe said he`s open to negotiations with the opposition after the presidential election run-off on Friday. The opposition withdrew from the vote citing violence and threats, many world leaders have called it a shame election.

 

President Bush is lifting key trade sanction against North Korea and eventually removing it from the list of nations that sponsor terrorism. He made the announcement after North Korea handed over a 60 page declaration detailing its nuclear program. Tomorrow, North Korea plans to dismantle a major component at its main nuclear reactor. North Korea is not required to dismantle or even declare its stockpile of nuclear weapons and was not required to list which countries it gave nuclear technologies to. The US says it plans to deal with those issues later on.

 

Oil prices have hit a new record, 140 dollars and 5 cents a barrel, this is an intraday trading, it happened after OPEC`s presidents said the price of crude could * well over 150 dollars a barrel, possibly as high as 170 dollars, News at Libya may reduce oil production also contributed to the spike.

 

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 am Naamua Delaney at the CNN center at Atlanta, here’s a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

The Supreme Court essentially threw out a 32-year-old handgun ban in the city of Washington. In a 5 to 4 ruling, justices said the ban violates the constitutional right to keep and bear  arms. It’s the High Court’s first major ruling on gun rights. The District Gun Law was one of the strictest in the country.

Convicted murderer Neil Entwistle has been sentenced to two concurrent life sentences without the possibility of parole. The British man was convicted of killing his wife Rachel and their 9-month-old baby girl Lillian / Rose in 2006. Entwistle’s lawyer argued  his wife was depressed and then she shot the couple’s daughter, and then killed herself. Entwistle fled to his parents’ home in Britain after the shooting.

A key opposition figure in Zimbabwe has been freed from prison on bail. Tendile Beety must return to court next month to face charges of treason. President Robert Mugabe said he’s open to negotiations with the opposition after the presidential election run-off on Friday. The opposition withdrew from the vote citing violence and threats. Many world leaders have called it a sham election.

President Bush is lifting key trade sanctions against North Korea and eventually removing it from the list of nation's sponsor's terrorism. He made the announcement after North Korea handed over a 60-page declaration detailing its nuclear program. TomorrowNorth Korea plans to dismantle a major component at its main nuclear reactor. North Korea is not required to dismantle or even declare its stock pile of nuclear weapons, and it’s not required to list which countries it gave a nuclear technology to. The US says it plans to deal with those issues later on. 

Oil prices have hit a new record. 140 dollars and 5 cents a barrel. This is an intraday trading. It happened after OPEC’s president said the price of crude could shoot well over 150 dollars a barrel, possibly as high as 170 dollars. News that Libia may reduce oil production also contributed to the spike.

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 am Naamua Delaney at the CNN Center in Atlanta. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

The Supreme Court essentially threw out a 32-year-old handgun ban in the city of Washington. In a five-four ruling, justices said the ban violates the constitutional right to keep and bear arms. It's the high court's first major ruling on gun rights. The district's gun law was one of the strictest in the country.

 

Convicted murderer Neil Entwistle has been sentenced to two concurrent life sentences without the possibility of parole. The British man was convicted of killing his wife Rachel and their 9-month-old baby girl Lillian Rose in 2006. Entwistle's lawyers argued his wife was depressed and that she shot the couple's daughter, and then killed herself. Entwistle fled to his parents' home in Britain after the shootings.

 

A key opposition figure in Zimbabwe has been freed from prison on bail. Tendile Beety must return to court next month to face charges of treason. President Robert Mugabe said he's open to negotiations with the opposition after the presidential election run-off on Friday. The opposition withdrew from the vote, citing violence and threats. Many world leaders have called it a sham election.

 

President Bush is lifting key trade sanctions against North Korea and eventually removing it from the list of nations that sponsor terrorism. He made the announcement after North Korea handed over a 60-page declaration detailing its nuclear program. Tomorrow North Korea plans to dismantle a major component at its main nuclear reactor. North Korea is not required to dismantle or even declare its stockpile of nuclear weapons, and it's not required to list which countries it gave \ nuclear technology to. The US says it plans to deal with those issues later on. 

 

Oil prices have hit a new record, $140.05 a barrel, this is in intraday trading. It happened after OPEC's president said the price of crude could shoot well over $150 a barrel, possibly as high as $170. News that Libia may reduce oil production also contributed to the spike.

 

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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