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【整理】VOA 2008-06-28                     【整理人】omkys

 

 

I‘m John Dryden from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

U.S. officials say they expect multilateral talks on North Korea's nuclear program to resume next week. The news follows the end of a six month impasse over Pyongyang's declaration of nuclear activities. U.S. State Department officials say talks between envoys from the United States, China, Japan, Russia and the two Koreas could come as early as Monday. The officials say envoys will begin to work out how to verify an accounting that Pyongyang provided Thursday of  its plutonium enrichment programm. Earlier  Friday, North Korea carried out a televised demolition of the cooling tower and its main nuclear complex in a sign that it has made a commitment to disable permanently the Yongbyon facility.

 

Votes are being counted in Zimbabwe after a presidential runoff  which has been widely dismissed as a pretense to keep President Robert Mugabe in power. Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai withdrew from the poll earlier this week, saying violence against his supporters made the election impossible. In an interview with VOA, he denounced the runoff election. Many residents of the capital, Harare said the ruling party militias threatened them with harm if they did not vote.

 

U.S. military officials in Iraq say they are delaying a transfer of security control in western Anbar province to Iraqi forces originally due on Saturday due to concerns about impending sandstorm. Based on weather forecasts, the military says senior American and Iraqi officials might be unable to join a ceremony that will mark the transfer of power.

 

In its first formal report on the situation in Afghanistan, the U.S Defense Department says the Taliban is a resilient insurgency and is expected to expand its challenges to the Afghan government. VOA's Al Pessin reports from the Pentagon.

 

The report required by congress says the Taliban is likely to maintain or even increase the scope and pace of its terrorist attacks and bombings this year. It says the activity will challenge the control of the Afghan government in rural areas throughout the country. The report says the Taliban is able to do this even though U.S, Afghan and allied operations have killed many insurgent leaders and forced the group out of former safe havens. But the report calls the Taliban's safe haven in Pakistan the greatest challenge to long-term stability in Afghanistan. It calls for a better Afghan-Pakistani military cooperation. U.S Defense Secretary Robert Gates expressed similar concerns on Thursday. "I think that one of the reasons that we are seeing the increase is more people coming across the border from the frontier areas." Al Pessin, VOA News, at the Pentagon.

 

World oil prices surged to new record highs of almost 143 dollars a barrel on Friday, battering stocks and  companies around the world.  Asian share prices plunged and U.S stocks fell sharply in Friday's trading. The spike in oil prices comes after the president of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries said that he expected crude prices to go as high as 170 dollars a barrel in the next few months.

A Burmese human rights activist says Burma's military government continues to use rape as a weapon to subdue ethnic minorities. Claudia Blume  reports from Hong Kong.

 

Cheery Zahau, a member of Burma's Chin minority, says members of the Burmese army raped women in ethnic minority areas all over the country. She says in Burma's western Chin state alone, at least 38 cases of sexual violence were committed by soldiers in 2006. The youngest victim was only 12. Zahau, a UN rights activist who now lives in India, spoke Friday to journalists in Hong Kong. She says woman's groups in Burma have documented more than 1800 rapes by the military since 1995. She says the government uses rape as a weapon against its opponents. Zahua says most of the victims are too scared to speak out. Even if they do so, she says, the perpetrators are not punished. The Burmese government denies reports that it uses rape as a tool.  Claudia Blume for VOA News, Hong Kong.  

 

Hungary has opened Eastern Europe's first conference, centre conference on powered by renewable energy. Officials from more than 30 countries gathered in Hungary Friday for the opening of the Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe. The roughly 3 million dollar conference center makes use of 140 solar panels, heat pumps, air conditioning units and other equipment. The new building aims to have zero emissions of carbon dioxide.

 

You can always get more news on our Internet website at voanews.com.

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I am John Dryden from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

U.S. officials say they expect multilateral talks on North Korea's nuclear program to resume next week. The news follows the end of six month impasse over Pyongyang's declaration of nuclear activities. U.S. State Department officials say talks between envoys from the United States, China, Japan, Russia and two Koreas could come as early as Monday. Officials say envoys will begin to work on how to verify an accounting that Pyongyang provided Thursday of how its plutonium enrichment programmed. Earlier on Friday, North Korea carried out a televised demolishing of the cooling tower at its named nuclear complex in a sign that it has met a commitment to disable permanently the Yongbyon facility.

 

Votes were being counted in Zimbabwe after a presidential runoff  which has been widely dismissed as a pretense to keep President Robert Mugabe in Power. Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai withdrew from the poll earlier this week, saying violence against his supporters made the election impossible. In an interview with VOA, he denounced the runoff election. Many residents of the capital, Harare said the ruling party militias threatened them with harm if they did not vote.

 

U.S. military officials in Iraq say they are delaying a transfer of security control in western Anbar province to Iraqi forces originally due on Saturday due to concerns about impending sandstorm. Based on weather forecast, the military says senior American and Iraqi officials might be unable to join a ceremony that will mark the transfer.

 

In its first formal report on the situation in Afghanistan, the U.S Defense Department says the Taliban is a resilient insurgency and is expected to expand its challenge to the Afghan government. VOA's Al Pessin reports from the Pentagon.

 

The report required by the congress says the Taliban is likely to maintain or even increase the scope and pace of its terrorist attacks and bombings this year. It says the activity will challenge the control of the Afghan government in rural areas throughout the country. The report says the Taliban is able to do this even though U.S, Afghan and allied operations have killed many insurgent leaders and forced the group out of former safe havens. But the report calls the Taliban's safe haven in Pakistan the greatest challenge to long-term stability in Afghanistan. It calls for better Afghan-Pakistani military cooperation. U.S Defense Secretary Robert Gates expressed similar concerns on Thursday. "I think that one of the reasons we are seeing the increase is more people are coming across the border from the frontier areas." Al Pessin, VOA News, at the Pentagon.

 

World oil prices surged to a new record high at almost 143 dollars a barrel on Friday, badly striking companies around the world.  Asian share prices plunged and U.S stock fell sharply in Friday's trading. The spiking oil prices come after the president of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries said he expected crude prices to go as high as 170 dollars a barrel in the next few months.

 

A Burmese human rights activist says Burma's military government continues to use rape as a weapon to subdue ethnic minorities. Claudia Blume  reports from Hong Kong.

 

Cheery Zahau, a member of Burma's Chin minority, says members of the Burmese army rape women in ethnic minority areas all over the country. She says in Burma's western Chin state alone, at least 38 cases of sexual violence were committed by soldiers in 2006. The youngest victim is only 12. Zahau,, a human rights activist who now lives in India, spoke Friday to journalists in Hong Kong. She says woman's groups in Burma have documented more than 1800 rapes by the military since 1995. She says the government uses rape as a weapon against its opponents. Zahua says most of the victims are too scared to speak out. Even if they do so, she says, the perpetrators are not punished. Burmese government denies reports that it uses rape as a tool.  Claudia Blume for VOA News, Hong Kong.  

Hungary has opened Eastern Europe's first conference, centred conference on powered by renewable energy. Officials from more than 30 countries gathered in Hungary Friday for the opening of the Regional Environment Center for Central and Eastern Europe. The roughly 3 million dollar conference center makes use of 140 solar panels, heat pumps, air conditioning units and other equipment. The new building aims to have zero emissions of carbon dioxide.

 

You can always get more news on our internet website at voanews.com.

 

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I am John from the VOA news center in Washington.

 

US official say they expect multi-level talks on North Korea’s nuclear program to resume next week, the news follows the end of the six months’ impact of Yongbyon’s declaration of nuclear activities. US State Department official say talks between envoys from United States, China, Japan, Russia, and two Koreas, could come as earlier as Monday. The official say envoys will begin to work out how to verify and counting that Yongbyon provided Thursday of its uranium enrichment program. Earlier Friday North Korea carried out a televise demolition of the cooling tower at its main nuclear complex in a sign that it had made a commitment to disable permanently the Yongbyon facility.

 

Votes are been counted in Zimbabwe after a presidential run-off, which has been widely dismissed as a pre-tent to keep President Robert Magube in power. Opposition leader M withdrew from the poll earlier this week, saying violence against his supporters made election impossible. In the interview with VOA, he denounced the run-off election. Many residents of the capital Harare said the ruling party militias threaten them with harm if they did not vote.

 

US military official in Iraq say they are delaying a transfer of security control in west Anbar province to Iraqi forces, originally due on Saturday due to concerns about an impending sandstorm. Based on weather forecasts, the military says senior American and Iraqi officials might be unable to join the ceremony that will mark the transfer of power.  

 

In its first formal report on the situation in Afghanistan, the US Defense Department says the Taliban is a resilient insurgency and it expected to expand its challenges to the Afghan government. VOA / reports from Pentagon.

 

The report required by Congress says that Taliban is likely to maintain or even increase the scope and pace of its terrorist attacks and bombings this year. It says the activities will challenge the control of the Afghan government in rural areas throughout the country. The reports says the Taliban is able to do this even though US , Afghan and ally operations have killed many insurgent leaders and force the group out of former safe heavens. But the report calls the Taliban safe heaven in Pakistan the greatest challenge to long-term stability in Afghanistan. It calls for a better Afghan-Pakistani military cooperation. US Defense Secretary Robert Gates expressed similar concerns on Thursday. “I think that one of the reasons that we were seeing the increase is more people come across the border from frontier area.” / in VOA news at the Pentagon.

 

World oil prices surged to new record high at almost 143 $ a barrel on Friday. Badly striking companies around the world. Asian shared prices plunged in US stoke fell sharply in Friday’s trading. The striking oil prices come after the president of the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, said he expected crude prices to go as high as 170 $ a barrel in the next few months.

 

A Burmese Human Rights activist says Burma’s military government continues to use rape as a weapon to subdue ethnical minorities. / reports from Hong Kong.

 

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Hungary has opened Eastern Europe’s first conference, center conference on, powered by renewable energy, officials from more than 30 countries gathered in Hungary Friday for the opening of the Regional Environmental Center for central and Eastern Europe. The roughly three million $ conference center makes use of the a 140 solar panels, heat pumps, air-conditioning unites and other equipment, the new building aims to have 0 emissions of carbon dioxide.

 

You can always get more news on our internet website at voanews.com.

 

 

 

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尽管写得不好,贴出来算自己的作业,从WORD剪下来为什么不是原来的格式,再者谢谢昨天改我稿的那位女士。 I'm John Dryden from the VOA News Center in Washington .US officials say they is expected multilaterial talks on North Korea's nuclear programme to resume next week, the news follows the end of six monthes impacts over PyongYang's declaration of nuclear activities, US state department officials say talks between envoys from the Uinted States ,China ,Japan ,Russia and two Koreas could come as early as Monday, the officials say envoys will begin to work out how to verify and counting that PyongYang provided thursday out it's Plutonium enrichment programme. Earlier Friday ,North Korea carried out a televised demolishing of the cooling tower at it's main complex in a sigh that it has made a committment to disable permantly the YoangBan facility. Votes are being counted in Zimbabawe after a president runoff which has been widely dismissed as pretend to keep president Robert Mugabei in power, opposition leader Morgan tvsangirai withdrew form the poll earlier this week, saying violences against the supporters made the election impossible. In an interview with VOA, he denouced the runoff election. Many residents of the Capitial Harare said the ruling party malitias threatened them with harm if they did not vote, US military officials in Iraq say they are delaying a transfer a security control in western Anbar province.Two Iraqi forces originally due on Saturday due to concern about impending sandstrom, based on weather forcasts , the military says senior American and Iraqi officials might be unable to join the ceremony that will mark the transfer power. In it's first former on the situation on Afghanstan, the US Defence Department says the Taliban is a resolving insurgency and it's expected to expand it's challenges to the Afhgan government. VOA's Alpession reports from the Pantigon. The report required by Congress says the Taliban is likely to maintain or even increase the scope in pathes of it's terrorists attacks and bombings this year, it says the activiity will challenge the control of the Afghan government to rual areas throught the country, the report says the Taliban is able to do this even though US, Afghan and allied operations have killed many insurgent leaders and forced the group out of former safe heavens, the report calls the Taliban's safe heaven in Pakistan, the greatest challenge to long term stability in Afghanstan, it calls for better Afghan ,Pakistanian military cooperation .US defence secretary Robert Gates expressed similiar concerns on Thursday. I think one of the reasons they were saying the increase is more people coming across the border from the frontier area.Alpession VOA news at the Pantigon. World oil prices surge to a new record high as almost 143 dollars a barrel on Friday. battering stocks and companies around the world the Asian share prices plumged and US stock fell sharply in Friday's trading, the spike oil prices comes at the president of the organization of petrolem exporting countries said he is expected to prices to go highest 170 dollars a barrel in the next few monthes. A Burmese human rights activist says Burme's military government continues to use rape as a weapon to subdue Ethnic Minorities. Frady Duma reports from HongKong. Qivishoul ,a number of Burme's Qi Minority says members of Burmese army rape women in Ethnic Minority areas all over the country, she says in Burma's western Qi state alone at least 38 cases of sexual violations were committed by soldiers in 2006 ,the youngest victim was only 12. Zehow a human rights activist now lives in India, spoke Friday to journalist in HongKong, she says women's group in Burma have documented more than 1800 rapes by the military since 1995. She says the government uses the rape as a weapon against it's opponets. Zehow says most of the victims are too scared to speak out , even though they do so, she says the proper treats are not punished. the government denys the reports that they use the rape as a tool. Frady Duma for VOA news HongKong. Hungary has opened eastern Europe frist conference send conference on by renewable energy ,officials from more than 30 countries gathered in Hungary Friday but the opening of the orginial evionment for central and eastern Europe .They refer 3 million dollar conference make use of a 140 solar panels heat air conditioning in the other equipment ,the new building aims to have zero emissions of carbondioxide. You can alwasys get more news on our internet website at VOA news . com. [ 本帖最后由 wangyouyu 于 2008-6-28 11:08 编辑 ]
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I am John Dryden from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

U.S. officials say they expect multilateral talks on North Korea's nuclear program to resume next week. The news follows the end of six month impasse over Pyongyang's declaration of nuclear activities. U.S. State Department officials say talks between envoys from the United States, China, Japan, Russia and two Koreas could come as early as Monday. Officials say envoys will begin to work on how to verify an accounting that Pyongyang provided Thursday of how its plutonium enrichment program. Earlier / Friday, North Korea carried out a televised demolishing of the cooling tower at its main nuclear complex in a sign that it has met a commitment to disable permanently the Yongbyon facility.

 

Votes've been counted in Zimbabwe after a presidential run-off  which has been widely dismissed as a pretense to keep President Robert Mugabe in power. Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai withdrew from the poll earlier this week, saying violence against his supporters made the election impossible. In an interview with VOA, he denounced the run-off election. Many residents of the capital, Harare said the ruling party militias threatened them with harm if they did not vote.

 

U.S. military officials in Iraq say they are delaying a transfer of security control in western Anbar province to Iraqi forces originally due on Saturday due to concerns about impending sandstorm. Based on weather forecasts, the military says senior American and Iraqi officials might be unable to join a ceremony that will mark the transfer of power.

 

In its first formal report on the situation in Afghanistan, the U.S. Defense Department says the Taliban is a resilient insurgency and is expected to expand its challenge to the Afghan government. VOA's Al Pessin reports from the Pentagon.

 

The report required by / Congress says the Taliban is likely to maintain or even increase the scope and pace of its terrorist attacks and bombings this year. It says the activity will challenge the control of the Afghan government in rural areas throughout the country. The report says the Taliban is able to do this even though U.S., Afghan and allied operations have killed many insurgent leaders and forced the group out of former safe havens. But the report calls the Taliban's safe haven in Pakistan the greatest challenge to long-term stability in Afghanistan. It calls for better Afghan-Pakistani military cooperation. U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates expressed similar concerns on Thursday. "I think that one of the reasons they were seeing the increase is more people are coming across the border from the frontier areas." Al Pessin, VOA News, at the Pentagon.

 

World oil prices surged to a new record high at almost 143 dollars a barrel on Friday, badly striking companies around the world.  Asian share prices plunged and U.S stock fell sharply in Friday's trading. The spiking oil prices come after the president of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries said he has expected crude prices to go as high as 170 dollars a barrel in the next few months.

 

A Burmese human rights activist says Burma's military government continues to use rape as a weapon to subdue ethnic minorities. Claudia Blume  reports from Hong Kong.

 

Cheery Zahau, a member of Burma's Chin minority, says members of the Burmese army rape women in ethnic minority areas all over the country. She says in Burma's western Chin state alone, at least 38 cases of sexual violence were committed by soldiers in 2006. The youngest victim is only 12. Zahau,, a human rights activist who now lives in India, spoke Friday to journalists in Hong Kong. She says woman's groups in Burma have documented more than 1800 rapes by the military since 1995. She says the government uses rape as a weapon against its opponents. Zahua says most of the victims are too scared to speak out. Even if they do so, she says, the perpetrators are not punished. Burmese government denies reports that it uses rape as a tool.  Claudia Blume for VOA News, Hong Kong.  

Hungary has opened Eastern Europe's first conference, centred conference on powered by renewable energy. Officials from more than 30 countries gathered in Hungary Friday for the opening of the Regional Environment Center for Central and Eastern Europe. The roughly 3 million dollar conference center makes use of 140 solar panels, heat pumps, air conditioning units and other equipment. The new building aims to have zero emissions of carbon dioxide.

 

You can always get more news on our internet website at voanews.com.

 

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I am John Dryden from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

U.S. officials say they expect multilateral talks on North Korea's nuclear program to resume next week. The news follows the end of a six-month impasse over Pyongyang's declaration of nuclear activities. U.S. State Department officials say talks between envoys from the United States, China, Japan, Russia and two Koreas could come as early as Monday. Officials say envoys will begin to work out how to verify an accounting that Pyongyang provided Thursday of /how/ its plutonium enrichment program/. Earlier /on/ Friday, North Korea carried out a televised demolishing of the cooling tower at its named nuclear complex in a sign that it has met a commitment to disable permanently the Yongbyon facility.

 

Votes are being counted in Zimbabwe after a presidential runoff  which has been widely dismissed as a pretense to keep President Robert Mugabe in power. Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai withdrew from the poll earlier this week, saying violence against his supporters made the election impossible. In an interview with VOA, he denounced the runoff election. Many residents of the capital, Harare said the ruling party militias threatened them with harm if they did not vote.

 

U.S. military officials in Iraq say they are delaying a transfer of security control in western Anbar province to Iraqi forces originally due on Saturday due to concerns about impending sandstorm. Based on weather forecast, the military says senior American and Iraqi officials might be unable to join a ceremony that will mark the transfer of power.

 

In its first formal report on the situation in Afghanistan, the U.S Defense Department says the Taliban is a resilient insurgency and is expected to expand its challenges to the Afghan government. VOA's Al Pessin reports from the Pentagon.

 

The report required by the congress says the Taliban is likely to maintain or even increase the scope and pace of its terrorist attacks and bombings this year. It says the activity will challenge the control of the Afghan government in rural areas throughout the country. The report says the Taliban is able to do this even though U.S, Afghan and allied operations have killed many insurgent leaders and forced the group out of former safe havens. But the report calls the Taliban's safe haven in Pakistan the greatest challenge to long-term stability in Afghanistan. It calls for  better Afghan-Pakistani military cooperation. U.S Defense Secretary Robert Gates expressed similar concerns on Thursday. "I think that one of the reasons that we are seeing the increase is more people /are/ coming across the border from the frontier area/." Al Pessin, VOA News, at the Pentagon.

 

World oil prices surged to /a/ new record highs of almost 143 dollars a barrel on Friday, battering stocks and companies around the world.  Asian share prices plunged and U.S stocks fell sharply in Friday's trading. The spiking oil prices come after the president of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries said he expected crude prices to go as high as 170 dollars a barrel in the next few months.

 

A Burmese human rights activist says Burma's military government continues to use rape as a weapon to subdue ethnic minorities. Claudia Blume  reports from Hong Kong.

 

Cheery Zahau, a member of Burma's Chin minority, says members of the Burmese army rape women in ethnic minority areas all over the country. She says in Burma's western Chin state alone, at least 38 cases of sexual violence were committed by soldiers in 2006. The youngest victim was only 12. Zahau, a human rights activist who now lives in India, spoke Friday to journalists in Hong Kong. She says woman's groups in Burma have documented more than 1800 rapes by the military since 1995. She says the government uses rape as a weapon against its opponents. Zahau says most of the victims are too scared to speak out. Even if they do so, she says, the perpetrators are not punished. Burmese government denies reports that it uses rape as a tool.  Claudia Blume for VOA News, Hong Kong.  

Hungary has opened Eastern Europe's first conference, centred conference on powered by renewable energy. Officials from more than 30 countries gathered in Hungary Friday for the opening of the Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe. The roughly 3 million dollar conference center makes use of 140 solar panels, heat pumps, air conditioning units and other equipment. The new building aims to have zero emissions of carbon dioxide.

 

You can always get more news on our internet website at voanews.com.

 

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I am John Dryden from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

U.S. officials say they expect multilateral talks on North Korea's nuclear program to resume next week. The news follows the end of a six month impasse over Pyongyang's declaration of nuclear activities. U.S. State Department officials say talks between envoys from the United States, China, Japan, Russia and two Koreas could come as early as Monday. Officials say envoys will begin to work out how to verify an accounting that Pyongyang provided Thursday of  its plutonium enrichment programm. Earlier  Friday, North Korea carried out a televised demolition of the cooling tower at its named nuclear complex in a sign that it has made a commitment to disable permanently the Yongbyon facility.

 

Votes are being counted in Zimbabwe after a presidential runoff  which has been widely dismissed as a pretense to keep President Robert Mugabe in power. Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai withdrew from the poll earlier this week, saying violence against his supporters made the election impossible. In an interview with VOA, he denounced the runoff election. Many residents of the capital, Harare said the ruling party militias threatened them with harm if they did not vote.

 

U.S. military officials in Iraq say they are delaying a transfer of security control in western Anbar province to Iraqi forces originally due on Saturday due to concerns about impending sandstorm. Based on weather forecasts, the military says senior American and Iraqi officials might be unable to join a ceremony that will mark the transfer of power.

 

In its first formal report on the situation in Afghanistan, the U.S Defense Department says the Taliban is a resilient insurgency and is expected to expand its challenges to the Afghan government. VOA's Al Pessin reports from the Pentagon.

 

The report required by the congress says the Taliban is likely to maintain or even increase the scope and pace of its terrorist attacks and bombings this year. It says the activity will challenge the control of the Afghan government in rural areas throughout the country. The report says the Taliban is able to do this even though U.S, Afghan and allied operations have killed many insurgent leaders and forced the group out of former safe havens. But the report calls the Taliban's safe haven in Pakistan the greatest challenge to long-term stability in Afghanistan. It calls for better Afghan-Pakistani military cooperation. U.S Defense Secretary Robert Gates expressed similar concerns on Thursday. "I think that one of the reasons we are seeing the increase is more people are coming across the border from the frontier areas." Al Pessin, VOA News, at the Pentagon.

 

World oil prices surged to new record highs of almost 143 dollars a barrel on Friday, battering stocks and  companies around the world.  Asian share prices plunged and U.S stocks fell sharply in Friday's trading. The spiking oil prices come after the president of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries said he expected crude prices to go as high as 170 dollars a barrel in the next few months.

A Burmese human rights activist says Burma's military government continues to use rape as a weapon to subdue ethnic minorities. Claudia Blume  reports from Hong Kong.

 

Cheery Zahau, a member of Burma's Chin minority, says members of the Burmese army rape women in ethnic minority areas all over the country. She says in Burma's western Chin state alone, at least 38 cases of sexual violence were committed by soldiers in 2006. The youngest victim was only 12. Zahau,, a human rights activist who now lives in India, spoke Friday to journalists in Hong Kong. She says woman's groups in Burma have documented more than 1800 rapes by the military since 1995. She says the government uses rape as a weapon against its opponents. Zahua says most of the victims are too scared to speak out. Even if they do so, she says, the perpetrators are not punished. Burmese government denies reports that it uses rape as a tool.  Claudia Blume for VOA News, Hong Kong.  

 

Hungary has opened Eastern Europe's first conference, centred conference on powered by renewable energy. Officials from more than 30 countries gathered in Hungary Friday for the opening of the Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe. The roughly 3 million dollar conference center makes use of 140 solar panels, heat pumps, air conditioning units and other equipment. The new building aims to have zero emissions of carbon dioxide.

 

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US officials say they except multilateral talks on North Korea's nuclear program to resume next week.the news follows end of six month impasse / Pyongyang's declaration of nuclear activities.US State Department official say talks between envoies from United States,China,Japan,Russia and two Koreas could come as early as monday.the officials say envoies will begin to work out how to verify an accounting that Pyongyang provided thursday of its plutonium enrichment programm.earlier on friday North Korea carried out a televised demolition of the cooling tower and it's named nuclear complex in the sign that it has made a commitment to disable permenently the Yongbyon facility.

 

Votes are being counted in Zimbabwe after a presidential runoff which has been widely dismissed as a pretense to keep President Robert Mugabe in power.opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai withdrew from the poll earlier this week,saying violence against his supporters made the elction impossible.in an interview with VOA,he denounced the runoff election.many resident of the capital harare,said the ruling party militias threatened them with harm if they did not vote.

 

US military office in Iraq say the are delaying a transfer of security control in western Anbar province to Iraqi forces originally due on saturday due to concers about impending sandstorm.based on weather forecast,the military says senior American and Iraqi officials might be unable to jion a ceremony that will mark the transfer of power.    

 

in the first formal report on the situation in Afghannistan,the US Defense Department says the Taliban is a resilient insurgency and they expected to expand its challenges to the Afhan goverment.VOA's Al Pessin reports from the Pentagon.

 

the report required by congress says the Taliban is likely to maintain or even increase the socop and pace of its terrorist attacks and bombings this year.it says the activity will challenge the control of Afghan goverment in rural areas throughout the country.the report says the Taliban is able to do this even though US Afghan and allied operations have killed many insurgent leaders and forced the group out of formal safe havens.but the report calls the Taliban safe haven in Pakistan the greatest challenge to long-term stability in Afghanistan.it calls for better Afghan-pakisitan military cooperation.us defense secretary Robert Gates expressed similar concers on thursday."i think that one of the reasons that we are seeing the increase is more people coming across the border from the frontier areas."Al Pessin,VOA News at the Pentagon.

 

world oil price surged to new record highs of almost 143 dollars a barrel on friday,battering stocks and companies around the world.Asian shares prices plunged for US stocks fell sharply friday's trading.the spiking oil price come / the president of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries said he expected crude prices to go as high as 170 dollars a barrel in the next few month.

 

a burmese human rights activist says burma's military goverment continues to use rape as a weapon to subdue ethnic minorities.claudia blume reports from Hong Kong.cheery zahau,a member of the Burma's Chin minority says,members of the Burmese army raped women in ethnic minority areas all over the country.she said in Burma's western Chin state alone,at least 38 cases of sexual violence were committed by soldiers in 2006.the youngest victim is only 12.Zahau,a human rights activist / now lives in India,spoke friday to journalists in Hong Kong.she says woman's groups in Burma have documented more than 1800 rapes by the military since 1995.she says the goverment uses rape as a weapon against its opponents.Zahau says most of the victims are too scared to speak out.even if they do so,she says,the perpetrators are not punished.Burmese goverment denies the reports that / / rape as a tool.Claudia Blume for VOA News,Hong Kong.

 

Hungary has opend eastern Europ's first conference,center conference on power by renewable energy.officials from more than 30 countries gathered in Hungary friday for the opening of the Regional Environment Center for Central and Eastern Europe.the roughly 3 million dollar conference center makdes use of 140 solar panels,heat pumps,air conditioning units other equipment.the new building aims to have 0 emissions of carbon dioxide.

 

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