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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I'm Robert Burns.

 

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has been sworn in for a new five year term after winning an election that many observerrs dismissed  as a sham, tainted by Ruling party violence. Mr. Mugabe took the oath of office  at the State House in Harare Sunday about one hour after the electoral commission said he won  Friday's presidential runoff. In his inaugural speech, the president called for serious dialogue with the opposition to minimize differences and enhance cooperation. Plus he warned international community to stay out of Zimbabwe's affairs. "The moment  the outside world starts dictating to us, we will not proceed. " A team of election observers from the Southern African Development Community says Zimbabwe's vote failed to reflect the will of the people. Opposition leader Morgan Tvsangirai withdrew from the poll last week, saying the pro-Mugabe militants have killed dozens and injured thousands of his supporters in the runoff of the vote. Several world leaders have condemned the one-man presidential race.  U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice speaking Sunday in Beijing, China said the crisis has now had a new low. "We believe that the situation has deteriorated to a very grave level that  the sham election there is likely only to bring more misery and perhaps violence. And We believe that it is really now time for international community to react strongly. But we are consulting about what measures might be taken." Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

 

Israeli cabinet has approved the deal that would free Lebanese prisoners in return for the remains of two Israeli soldiers killed by Hezbollah militants. The cabinet passed the deal Sunday at the urging of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. Hezbollah called Israel's decision a victory for the Shi'ite militant group. Mr.Olmert announced for the first time that the two solders Israel had hoped to recover alive actually did not survive their capture by Hezbollah two years ago.

 

U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker was questioned Sunday about a published report that said American forces are crossing the Iraqi border into Iran and seizing wanted members of  Iranian Revolutionary Guards for questioning. This story and more news from Iraq from VOA's Paula Wolfson.

 

Ambassador Crocker says he is willing to hold more talks with Iranian officials under certain conditions. "We need to choose the timing when we think it will improve the situation and actually make some progress." During an appearance on CNN's Late Addition program, Crocker said Iranian influence in Iraq is declining, in large part because of a series of successes against militias backed by Tehran. "What we are seeing is a significant decrease in extremist  militia capability because the Iraqi security forces are literally taking them off the streets." The ambassador was then asked about a report in the New York Magazine that details what the author describes as a major escalation of U.S. covert operations in Iraq. "The U.S. forces are not operating across the Iraqi border into Iran and in the south or anywhere else." Paula Wolfson, VOA news, Washington.

 

Zambia's president has been rushed to a hospital in the Egyptian resort of Sharm El Sheik. Reports from Egypt say the Zambian president suffered a health emergency while preparing for Monday's summit of African Union leaders. The Reuters News Agency quotes a local ambulance director as saying the president suffered  sharp chest pains but was in stable condition. Monday's AU summit is expected to focus at least in part on the crisis in Zimbabwe.

 

 And Hundreds of gays and lesbians in three major Indian cities held gay pride marches Sunday aimed at overturning a British colonial era  law making homosexuality illegal. Gay rights supporters in New Delhi held banners and placards with slogans calling for an end to discrimination and demanding recognition and rights. But the fear of discrimination was evident as many of marchers were wearing masks to protect their identity. The law which predicts sexual acts  against the order of  nature carries punishment of up to ten years in prison.

 

I'm Robert Burn,VOA news. We have more news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

 

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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I am Robert Burns.

 

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has been sworn in for a new five year term after winning an election many observerrs dismissed  as a sham, titled by Ruling party violence. Mr. Mugabe took the oath of office  at the State House in Harare Sunday about one hour after the electoral commission said he won  Friday's presidential runoff. In his inaugural speech, the president called for serious dialogue with the opposition to minimize differences and enhance cooperation. Press has warned international community to stay out of Zimbabwe's affairs. "The moment  outside world starts dictating us, we will not " A team of election observers from the Southern African Development Community says Zimbabwe's vote failed to reflect the will of the people. Opposition leader Morgan Tvsangirai withdrew from the poll last week, saying pro-Mugabe militants have killed dozens and injured thousands of his supporters in the runoff of the vote. Several world leaders have condemned the one-man presidential race.  U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice speaking Sunday in Beijing, China said the crisis has now had a new low. "We believe that the situation has deteriorated to a very grave level that  the sham election there is likely only to bring more misery and perhaps violence. And We believe that it is really now time for international community to react strongly. But we are consulting about what measures might be taken." Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

 

Israeli cabinet has approved the deal that would free Lebanese prisoners in return for the remains of two Israeli soldiers killed by Hezbollah militants. The cabinet passed the deal Sunday at the urging of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. Hezbollah called the Israel's decision a victory for Shi'it militant group. Mr.Olmert announced for the first time that two solders Israel hoped to recover alive actually did not survive the capture by Hezbollah two years ago.

 

U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker was questioned Sunday about a published report certain American forces are crossing the Iraqi border to Iran and seizing wanted members of  Iranian revolutionary guards for questioning. This story and more news from Iraq from VOA's Paula Wolfson.

 

Ambassador Crocker says he is willing to hold more talks with Iranian officials under certain conditions. "We need to choose the timing when we think it will improve the situation, and actually make some progress." During an appearance on CNN's Late Addition program, Crocker said Iranian influence in Iraq is declining, in large part because of a series of successes against militias backed by Tehran. "What we are seeing is a significant decrease in extremist  militia capability because the Iraqi security forces are literally taking them off the streets." The ambassador was then asked about a report in the New York Magazine that details what the author describes as a major escalation of U.S. covert operations in Iraq. "The U.S. forces are not operating across the Iraqi border into Iran and in the south or anywhere else." Paula Wolfson, VOA news, Washington.

 

Zambia"s president has been rushed to a hospital in the Egyptian resort of Sharm El Sheik. Reports from Egypt say the Zambian president suffered a health emergency while preparing for Monday's summit of African Union leaders.  Reuters News Agency quotes a local ambulance director as saying the president suffered  sharp chest pains but in a stable condition. Monday's AU summit is expected to focus at least in part on the crisis in Zimbabwe.

 

Hundreds of gays and lesbians in three major Indian cities held gay pride marches Sunday aimed at overturning a British colonial era  law making homosexuality illegal. Gay rights supporters in New Delhi held banners in brackets or slogans calling for an end to discrimination and abandoned recognition and rights. But the fear of discrimination with evidence has many of marchers wearing masks to protect their identity. The law which prevents sexual acts  against the order of  nature carries punishment of up to ten years in prison.

 

I am Robert Burn,VOA news. We have more news on the internet at voanews.com.

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Fire from the VOA News Center in Washington, I am Robert Burns. 

 

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has been sworn in for a new five year term after winning an election of many observers dismissed  as a sham, tainted by Ruling party violence. Mr. Mugabe took the oath of office  at the State House in Harare Sunday about one hour after the electoral commission said he won  Friday's presidential runoff. In his inaugural speech, the president called for serious dialogue with the opposition to minimize differences and enhance cooperation. Press has warned international community to stay out of Zimbabwe's affairs. "The moment  outside world starts dictating us, we will not proceed" A team of election observers from the Southern African Development Community says Zimbabwe's vote failed to reflect the will of the people. Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai withdrew from the poll last week, saying that pro-Mugabe militants have killed dozens and injured thousands of his supporters in the runoff of the vote. Several world leaders have condemned the one-man presidential race.  U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice speaking Sunday in Beijing, China said the crisis has now had a new low. "We believe that the situation has deteriorated to a very grave level that  the sham election there is likely only to bring more misery and perhaps violence. And We believe that it is really now time for international community to act strongly. But we are consulting about what measures might be taken." Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

 

Israeli cabinet has approved the deal that would free Lebanese prisoners in return for the remains of two Israeli soldiers killed by Hezbollah militants. The cabinet passed the deal Sunday at the urging of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. Hezbollah called the Israel's decision a victory for Shiite militant group. Mr.Olmert announced for the first time that two solders Israel had hoped to recover alive actually did not survive the capture by Hezbollah two years ago.

 

U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker was questioned Sunday about a published report that certain American forces are crossing the Iraqi border into Iran and seizing wanted members of  the Iranian revolutionary guard for questioning. This story and more news from Iraq from VOA's Paula Wolfson.

 

Ambassador Crocker says he is willing to hold more talks with Iranian officials under certain conditions. "We need to choose the timing when we think it will improve the situation, and actually make some progress." During an appearance on CNN's Late Addition program, Crocker said Iranian influence in Iraq is declining, in large part because of a series of successes against militias backed by Tehran. "What we are seeing is a significant decrease in extremist  militia capability because the Iraqi security forces are literally taking them off the streets." The ambassador was then asked about a report in the New York Magazine that details what the author describes as a major escalation of U.S. covert operations in Iran. "The U.S. forces are not operating across the Iraqi border into Iran and in the south or anywhere else." Paula Wolfson, VOA news, Washington.

 

Zambia’s president has been rushed to a hospital in the Egyptian resort of Sharm El Sheik. Reports from Egypt say the Zambian president suffered a health emergency while preparing for Monday's summit of African Union leaders.  Reuters News Agency quotes a local ambulance director as saying the president suffered  sharp chest pains but was in a stable condition. Monday's AU summit is expected to focus at least in part on the crisis in Zimbabwe.

 

Hundreds of gays and lesbians in three major Indian cities held gay pride marches Sunday aimed at the overturning a British colonial era  law making homosexuality illegal. Gay rights supporters in New Delhi held banners in brackets or slogans calling for an end to discrimination and abandoned recognition and rights. But the fear of discrimination with evidence has many of marchers wearing masks to protect their identity. The law which prevents sexual acts  against the order of  nature carries punishment of up to ten years in prison.

 

I am Robert Burn, VOA news. We have more news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

 

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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I am Robert Burns.

 

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has been sworn in for a new five-year term after winning an election many observerrs dismissed  as a sham, titled by Ruling party violence. Mr. Mugabe took the oath of office  at the State House in Harare Sunday about one hour after the electoral commission said he won  Friday's presidential runoff. In his inaugural speech, the President called for serious dialogue with the opposition to minimize differences and enhance cooperation. Press has warned the international community to stay out of Zimbabwe's affairs. "The moment  the outside world starts dictating to us, we will not proceed". A team of election observers from the Southern African Development Community says Zimbabwe's vote failed to reflect the will of the people. Opposition leader Morgan Tvsangirai withdrew from the poll last week, saying pro-Mugabe militants have killed dozens and injured thousands of his supporters in the runoff of the vote. Several world leaders have condemned the one-man presidential race. 

 

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice speaking Sunday in Beijing, China said the crises now head a new low. "We believe that the situation has deteriorated to a very grave level that  the sham election there is likely only to bring more misery and perhaps violence. And We believe that it is really now time for the international community to act strongly. But we are consulting about what measures might be taken." Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

 

Israeli cabinet has approved the deal that would free Lebanese prisoners in return for the remains of two Israeli soldiers killed by Hezbollah militants. The cabinet passed the deal Sunday at the urging of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. Hezbollah called the Israel's decision a victory for Shiah militant group. Mr.Olmert announced for the first time that two solders Israel hoped to recover alive actually did not survive the capture by Hezbollah two years ago.

 

U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker was questioned Sunday about a published report of some certain American forces are crossing the Iraqi border to Iran and seizing wanted members of  the Iranian revolutionary guards for questioning. The story and more news from Iraq from VOA's Paula Wolfson.

 

Ambassador Crocker says he is willing to hold more talks with Iranian officials under certain conditions. "We need to choose the timing when we think it will improve the situation, and actually make some progress." During an appearance on CNN's Late Addition program, Crocker said Iranian influence in Iraq is declining, in large part because of a series of successes against militias backed by Tehran. "What we are seeing is a significant decrease in extremist  militia capability because the Iraqi security forces are literally taking them off the streets." The ambassador was then asked about a report in the New Yorker magazine that details what the author describes as a major escalation of U.S. covert operations in Iraq. "The U.S. forces are not operating across the Iraqi border into Iran and in the south or anywhere else." Paula Wolfson, VOA news, Washington.

 

Zambia"s president has been rushed to a hospital in the Egyptian resort of Sharm El Sheik. Reports from Egypt say the Zambian president suffered a health emergency while preparing for Monday's summit of African Union leaders.  Reuters News Agency quotes a local ambulance director as saying the president suffered  sharp chest pains but was in a stable condition. Monday's AU summit is expected to focus at least in part on the crisis in Zimbabwe.

 

Hundreds of gays and lesbians in three major Indian cities held gay pride marches Sunday aimed at overturning a British colonial era  law making homosexuality illegal. Gay rights supporters in New Delhi held banners in brackets or slogans calling for an end to discrimination and abandoned recognition and rights. But the fear of discrimination was evident that many of marchers wearing masks to protect their identity. The law which prevents sexual acts  against the order of  nature carries punishment of up to ten years in prison.

 

I am Robert Burn,VOA news. We have more news on the internet at voanews.com.

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From from the VOA News Center in Washington, I am Robert Burns. 

 

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has been sworn in for a new five-year term after winning an election / many observers dismissed  as a sham, tainted by Ruling party violence. Mr. Mugabe took the oath of office  at the State House in Harare Sunday about one hour after the electoral commission said he won  Friday's presidential runoff. In his inaugural speech, the President called for serious dialogue with the opposition to minimize differences and enhance cooperation. Press has warned the international community to stay out of Zimbabwe's affairs. "The moment  outside world starts dictating to us, we will not proceed" A team of election observers from the Southern African Development Community says Zimbabwe's vote failed to reflect the will of the people. Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai withdrew from the poll last week, saying / pro-Mugabe militants have killed dozens and injured thousands of his supporters in the runoff of the vote. Several world leaders have condemned the one-man presidential race.  U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice speaking Sunday in Beijing, China said the crises / now head a new low. "We believe that the situation has deteriorated to a very grave level that  the sham election there is likely only to bring more misery and perhaps violence. And We believe that it is really now time for the international community to act strongly. But we are consulting about what measures might be taken." Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

 

Israeli cabinet has approved the deal that would free Lebanese prisoners in return for the remains of two Israeli soldiers killed by Hezbollah militants. The cabinet passed the deal Sunday at the urging of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. Hezbollah called the Israel's decision a victory for Shiite militant group. Mr.Olmert announced for the first time that two solders Israel / hoped to recover alive actually did not survive the capture by Hezbollah two years ago.

 

U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker was questioned Sunday about a published report that certain American forces are crossing the Iraqi border to Iran and seizing wanted members of  the Iranian revolutionary guards for questioning. The story and more news from Iraq from VOA's Paula Wolfson.

 

Ambassador Crocker says he is willing to hold more talks with Iranian officials under certain conditions. "We need to choose the timing when we think it will improve the situation, and actually make some progress." During an appearance on CNN's Late Addition program, Crocker said Iranian influence in Iraq is declining, in large part because of a series of successes against militias backed by Tehran. "What we are seeing is a significant decrease in extremist  militia capability because the Iraqi security forces are literally taking them off the streets." The ambassador was then asked about a report in the New Yorker magazine that details what the author describes as a major escalation of U.S. covert operations in Iraq. "The U.S. forces are not operating across the Iraqi border into Iran and in the south or anywhere else." Paula Wolfson, VOA news, Washington.

 

Zambia’s president has been rushed to a hospital in the Egyptian resort of Sharm El Sheik. Reports from Egypt say the Zambian president suffered a health emergency while preparing for Monday's summit of African Union leaders.  Reuters News Agency quotes a local ambulance director as saying the president suffered  sharp chest pains but was in a stable condition. Monday's AU summit is expected to focus at least in part on the crisis in Zimbabwe.

 

Hundreds of gays and lesbians in three major Indian cities held gay pride marches Sunday aimed at/ overturning a British colonial era  law making homosexuality illegal. Gay rights supporters in New Delhi held banners in brackets or slogans calling for an end to discrimination and abandoned recognition and rights. But the fear of discrimination was evident that many of marchers wearing masks to protect their identity. The law which prevents sexual acts  against the order of  nature carries punishment of up to ten years in prison.

 

I am Robert Burn, VOA news. We have more news on the internet at voanews.com

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From / the VOA News Center in Washington, I am Robert Burns. 

 

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has been sworn in for a new five-year term after winning an election that many observers dismissed  as a sham, tainted by ruling party violence. Mr. Mugabe took the oath of office  at the State House in Harare Sunday about one hour after the electoral commission said he won  Friday's presidential runoff. In his inaugural speech, the President called for serious dialogue with the opposition to minimize differences and enhance cooperation. Plus he warned the international community to stay out of Zimbabwe's affairs. "The moment  outside world starts dictating to us, we will not proceed" A team of election observers from the Southern African Development Community says Zimbabwe's vote failed to reflect the will of the people. Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai withdrew from the poll last week, saying the pro-Mugabe militants had killed dozens and injured thousands of his supporters in the runoff of the vote. Several world leaders have condemned the one-man presidential race.  U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice speaking Sunday in Beijing, China said the crises now had a new low. "We believe that the situation has deteriorated to a very grave level that  the sham election there is likely only to bring more misery and perhaps violence. And We believe that it is really now time for the international community to act strongly. But we are consulting about what measures might be taken." Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

 

The Israeli cabinet has approved the deal that would free Lebanese prisoners in return for the remains of two Israeli soldiers killed by Hezbollah militants. The cabinet passed the deal Sunday at the urging of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. Hezbollah called the Israel's decision a victory for Shiite militant group. Mr.Olmert announced for the first time that two soldiers Israel had hoped to recover alive actually did not survive their capture by Hezbollah two years ago.

 

The U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker was questioned Sunday about a published report that said American forces are crossing the Iraq/ border into Iran and seizing wanted members of  the Iranian revolutionary guards for questioning. The story and more news from Iraq from VOA's Paula Wolfson.

 

Ambassador Crocker says he is willing to hold more talks with Iranian officials under certain conditions. "We’ll need to choose the timing when we think it will improve the situation, /actually make some progress." During an appearance on CNN's Late Addition program, Crocker said Iranian influence in Iraq is declining, in large part because of a series of successes against militias backed by Tehran. "What we are seeing is a significant decrease in extremist  militia capability because the Iraqi security forces are literally taking them off the streets." The ambassador was then asked about a report in the New Yorker magazine that details what the author describes as a major escalation of U.S. covert operations in Iraq. "The U.S. forces are not operating across the Iraqi border into Iran and in the south or anywhere else." Paula Wolfson, VOA news, Washington.

 

Zambia’s president has been rushed to a hospital in the Egyptian resort of Sharm El Sheik. Reports from Egypt say the Zambian president suffered a health emergency while preparing for Monday's summit of African Union leaders.  Reuters News Agency quotes a local ambulance director, saying the president suffered  sharp chest pains but was in a stable condition. Monday's AU summit is expected to focus at least in part on the crisis in Zimbabwe.

 

Hundreds of gays and lesbians in three major Indian cities held gay pride marches Sunday aimed at overturning a British colonial era  law making homosexuality illegal. Gay right/ supporters in New Delhi held banners in brackets with slogans calling for an end to discrimination and demanding recognition and rights. But the fear of discrimination was evident as many of marchers were wearing masks to protect their identity. The law which prevents sexual acts  against the order of  nature carries punishment of up to ten years in prison.

 

I am Robert Burns, VOA news. We have more news on the internet at voanews.com

 

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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I am Robert Burns. 

 

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has been sworn in for a new five-year term after winning an election that many observers dismissed  as a sham, tainted by ruling party violence. Mr. Mugabe took the oath of office  at the State House in Harare Sunday about one hour after the electoral commission said he won  Friday's presidential runoff. In his inaugural speech, the President called for serious dialogue with the opposition to minimize differences and enhance cooperation. Plus he warned the international community to stay out of Zimbabwe's affairs. "The moment  outside world starts dictating to us, we will not proceed" A team of election observers from the Southern African Development Community says Zimbabwe's vote failed to reflect the will of the people. Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai withdrew from the poll last week, saying the pro-Mugabe militants had killed dozens and injured thousands of his supporters in the runoff of the vote. Several world leaders have condemned the one-man presidential race, and  U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice speaking Sunday in Beijing, China said the crises has now had a new low. "We believe that the situation has deteriorated to a very grave level that  the sham election there is likely only to bring more misery and perhaps violence. And We believe that it is really now time for the international community to act strongly. But we are consulting about what measures might be taken." Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

 

The Israeli cabinet has approved a deal that would free Lebanese prisoners in return for the remains of two Israeli soldiers killed by Hezbollah militants. The cabinet passed the deal Sunday at the urging of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. Hezbollah called / Israel's decision a victory for the Shiite militant group. Mr.Olmert announced for the first time that the two soldiers Israel had hoped to recover alive actually did not survive their capture by Hezbollah two years ago.

 

The U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker was questioned Sunday about a published report that said American forces are crossing the Iraq border into Iran and seizing wanted members of  the Iranian revolutionary guards for questioning. The story and more news from Iraq from VOA's Paula Wolfson.

 

Ambassador Crocker says he is willing to hold more talks with Iranian officials under certain conditions. "We/ need to choose the timing when we think it will improve the situation, actually make some progress." During an appearance on CNN's Late Addition program, Crocker said Iranian influence in Iraq is declining, in large part because of a series of successes against militias backed by Tehran. "What we are seeing is a significant decrease in extremist  militia capability because the Iraqi security forces are literally taking them off the streets." The ambassador was then asked about a report in the New Yorker magazine that details what the author describes as a major escalation of U.S. covert operations in Iran. "The U.S. forces are not operating across the Iraqi border into Iran, ah, in the south or anywhere else." Paula Wolfson, VOA news, Washington.

 

Zambia’s president has been rushed to a hospital in the Egyptian resort of Sharm El Sheik. Reports from Egypt say the Zambian president suffered a health emergency while preparing for Monday's summit of African Union leaders.  The Reuters News Agency quotes a local ambulance director as saying the president suffered  sharp chest pains but was in / stable condition. Monday's AU summit is expected to focus at least in part on the crisis in Zimbabwe.

 

And hundreds of gays and lesbians in three major Indian cities held gay pride marches Sunday aimed at overturning a British colonial era law making homosexuality illegal. Gay right supporters in New Delhi held banners and placards with slogans calling for an end to discrimination and demanding recognition and rights. But the fear of discrimination was evident as many of marchers were wearing masks to protect their identity. The law which prevents sexual acts  against the order of  nature carries punishment of up to ten years in prison.

 

I am Robert Burns, VOA news. We have more news on the internet at voanews.com

 

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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I am Robert Burns.

 

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has been sworn in for a new five year term after winning an election many observerrs dismissed  as a sham, tainted by Ruling party violence. Mr. Mugabe took the oath of office  at the State House in Harare Sunday about one hour after the electoral commission said he won  Friday's presidential runoff. In his inaugural speech, the president called for serious dialogue with the opposition to minimize differences and enhance cooperation. Plus he warned international community to stay out of Zimbabwe's affairs. "The moment  the outside world starts dictating us, we will not proceed " A team of election observers from the Southern African Development Community says Zimbabwe's vote failed to reflect the will of the people. Opposition leader Morgan Tvsangirai withdrew from the poll last week, saying the pro-Mugabe militants have killed dozens and injured thousands of his supporters in the runoff of the vote. Several world leaders have condemned the one-man presidential race.  U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice speaking Sunday in Beijing, China said the crisis has now had a new low. "We believe that the situation has deteriorated to a very grave level that  the sham election there is likely only to bring more misery and perhaps violence. And We believe that it is really now time for international community to react strongly. But we are consulting about what measures might be taken." Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.

 

Israeli cabinet has approved the deal that would free Lebanese prisoners in return for the remains of two Israeli soldiers killed by Hezbollah militants. The cabinet passed the deal Sunday at the urging of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. Hezbollah called the Israel's decision a victory for the Shi'ite militant group. Mr.Olmert announced for the first time that two solders Israel had hoped to recover alive actually did not survive their capture by Hezbollah two years ago.

 

U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker was questioned Sunday about a published report certain American forces are crossing the Iraqi border to Iran and seizing wanted members of  Iranian Revolutionary Guards for questioning. This story and more news from Iraq from VOA's Paula Wolfson.

 

Ambassador Crocker says he is willing to hold more talks with Iranian officials under certain conditions. "We need to choose the timing when we think it will improve the situation and actually make some progress." During an appearance on CNN's Late Addition program, Crocker said Iranian influence in Iraq is declining, in large part because of a series of successes against militias backed by Tehran. "What we are seeing is a significant decrease in extremist  militia capability because the Iraqi security forces are literally taking them off the streets." The ambassador was then asked about a report in the New York Magazine that details what the author describes as a major escalation of U.S. covert operations in Iraq. "The U.S. forces are not operating across the Iraqi border into Iran and in the south or anywhere else." Paula Wolfson, VOA news, Washington.

 

Zambia"s president has been rushed to a hospital in the Egyptian resort of Sharm El Sheik. Reports from Egypt say the Zambian president suffered a health emergency while preparing for Monday's summit of African Union leaders.  Reuters News Agency quotes a local ambulance director as saying the president suffered  sharp chest pains but was in a stable condition. Monday's AU summit is expected to focus at least in part on the crisis in Zimbabwe.

 

Hundreds of gays and lesbians in three major Indian cities held gay pride marches Sunday aimed at overturning a British colonial era  law making homosexuality illegal. Gay rights supporters in New Delhi held banners and placards or slogans calling for an end to discrimination and demanding recognition and rights. But the fear of discrimination was evident that many of marchers were wearing masks to protect their identity. The law which prevents sexual acts  against the order of  nature carries punishment of up to ten years in prison.

 

I am Robert Burn,VOA news. We have more news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

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