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【整理】VOA 2008-07-07                  【整理人】yoyogo

 

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

 

Security officials in Pakistan say a suicide bomb attack targeting police has killed 15 people and injured more than 22 others near the Red Mosque in Islamabad. Officials say most of the victims were police. The blast occurred just after several thousand  Islamists had rallied nearby to mark the first anniversary of the army’s siege and raid on the Red Mosque. The bomber targeted the police who were deployed there as part of security precautions. Pakistan’s Interior Minitry Secretary  Kamal Shah   says it is too early at this time to say who is responsible. "It’s premature to blame anyone as investigation takes a little time and we’re not in a position to level blame or hold anyone responsible   at this point of time." President Pervez Musharraf has condemned the bombing as a terrorists act.

 

Afghanistan authorities say US-led coalition air strikes killed 22 civilians in the country’s eastern Nangarhar  province. The civilians were reportedly attending a wedding Sunday near the border with Pakistan. The US-led coalition says its missiles only struck militants, adding that no women and children were present in the area. 

 

President Bush says North Korea’s recent decleration of its nuclear program shows progress. But he says the United States will continue to apply pressure on Pyongyang until more work is done. Mr. Bush made the comment during a news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda one day ahead of the summit of world's leading industrial nations on Japan’s  Hokkaido  island. Mr. Bush said he would not ignore Japan’s concerns about North Korea’s abductions of its citizens in order to achieve progress on the nuclear weapons issue.

 

Israel on Sunday reopened its borders with the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, giving a boost to the fragile truce. Robert Berger has this story at our Jerusalem bureau.

 

On Sunday about 80 trucks carrying food, fuel and cement crossed into Gaza. Israeli spokesman Mark Regev: "Israel wants to see if  ceasefire succeed. And we would make every effort for that to happen." Hamas’s spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri says that under the truce, Israel should increase the flow of supplies into Gaza. Israel says the ball is in Hamas’s court. If there is no rocket fire, the border crossings will remain open. But the question remains whether Hamas is willing or able to exert its authority over other militant groups. Robert Berger, for VOA news, Jerusalem.

 

The United Arabic Emirates has forgiven Iraq’s debt of nearly 7 billion dollars and named an ambassador to restore the full diplomatic mission in Baghdad. The Emirates official news agency quotes the country's  president as saying  that UAE is canceling all four billion dollars in debt plus interest that Iraq owes to the Gulf Nation, and says the president called the gesture an effort to help Iraq carry out reconstruction projects.

 

Britain is seeking support for a United Nations Security Council resolution that would improve(a tongue-slip) impose  tough new sanctions on Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe and his allies. British Foreign Secretary David Milliband says the Zimbabwean crisis are affecting (another tougue-slip) infecting all of southern Africa. He urges formation of a government Harare that would reflect the result of  Zimbabwe’s March 29th elections.

 

Gunmen in the Somali capital, Mogadishu,  have killed the head of the UN Development Program for Somalia. Osman Ali Ahmed was shot to death Sunday as he left Mogadishu Mosque. Witnesses say another man was wounded in the attack. And at this point, no one has claimed responsibility. Attacks on aid workers and other officials are common in Somalia where Islamic insurgents are fighting the Ethiopian-backed interim government. On Saturday, a landmine killed a Mogadishu city official and at least three security guards.

 

And that’s the latest. I am Robert Burns, VOA news. We'll have more news on the internet at voanews.com.

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

 

Security officials in Pakistan said a suicide bomb attack targeting police has killed 15 people and injured more than 22 others near the Red Mask in Islamabad. Official said most of the victims were the police. Last occur just effort several thousand Islamist rally nearby to mark the first time anniversary of the army siege / on Red Mask. The bomber targeted police who were deployed there as the part of security precautions. Pakistan interior Military Security / says it’s too early at this time to say who’s responsible.

 

It’s premature to bring it in land, investigation takes behind and we’re more than position to / are who anyone response at this point of time

 

President Pervez Musharraf has condemned the bombing as a terrorist attack.

 

Afghan Authority says the US collision air strike has killed 22 civilian in country’s eastern / province. Civilian reported they were attending wedding Sunday in the border of Pakistan. US collision says its missile only strike militants as they’ve known woman and children were imprisoned in the area.

 

President Bush says North Korea recent conduct ration in its nuclear program shows progress, but he says the United States will continue to do pressure on Pyongyang until more works done. Mr. Bush made this commitment in a news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda one day ahead of the summit of world leading industrialized nations on Japan’s Okaida Island. Mr. Bush says he will not ignore Japan’s concerns about North Korea’s adoptions of citizens in a urgent chief progress on the nuclear weapon’s issue.

 

Israel on Sunday reopened its borders with Hamas ruled Gaza Strip, getting a boost in fragile troops. Robert Burger has a story in our Jerusalem bureau.

 

On Sunday, about 80 trucks carrying food, fuels and cement cross into Gaza. Israeli spokesman Mark Regev, Israel wants to see the Cease-fire succeed and we’ll make every effort to make that happen. Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri says that under the truce, Israel should increase the flop supplies into Gaza.(一段鸟语) Israel says the bowl is in the Hamas Court, if there’s no rocket fire, the boarder cross will remain open, but the question remains whether Hamas are willing or able to exhibit its Authority over other militant groups. Robert Burger for VOA news, Jerusalem.

 

The United // has forgiven Iraq dead nearly 7 million dollars and named the ambassador with four diplomatic missions in Bagdad. The / official news agency calls the country’s president with UA cancelling all 4 billions dollars in debt plus interest with Iraq to the gulf nations. President calls the // can help Iraq to carry out reconstruction projects.

 

Britain is seeking support through the United Nation Council Resolution that would improve imposed tough new sanctions on Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe and his allies. British Foreign Secretary David Miliband says the Zimbabwe’s crisis is affecting all the Southern Africa. They urges information for the government in Harare that will reflect Zimbabwe’s March 29th elections.

 

Gun / in Somalia capital, Mogadishu killed the head of UN development program for Somalia. Osma / / was shot to dead Sunday in Mogadishu and another man was wounded in attack. At this point, no one claims the responsibility. The attack is on eight workers and other officials are common in Somalia were / fighting Ethiopian / government. On Saturday, / killed Mogadishu city official and at least three security guards.

 

And that’s the latest. I am Robert Burns, VOA news. You’ll have more news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

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

 

Security officials in Pakistan say a suicide bomb attack targeting police has killed 15 people and injured more than 22 others near the Red Mosque in Islamabad. Officials say most of the victims were police. The blast occurred just after several thousands of Islamist rally nearby, to mark the first time anniversary of the army’s siege and raid on the Red Mosque. The bomber targeted the police who were deployed there as part of security precautions. Pakistan’s Interior Military secretary /// says it is too early at this time to say who is responsible.

It’s premature to blame and ///? Investigation takes/// time and we’re more than position to / are who anyone response at this point of time.

 

President Pervez Musharraf has condemned the bombing as a terrorist’s attack. Afghanistan authorities say US-led coalition air strike has killed 22 civilians in the country’s /// province. The civilians were reportedly attending a wedding someday near the border of Pakistan. The US-led coalition says its missiles only struck militants, adding that no women and children were present in the area.  

 

President Bush says North Korea’s recent aspiration of its nuclear program shows progress, but he says the United States will continue to apply pressure on Pyongyang until more work is done. Mr. Bush made the comment during a news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda one day ahead of the summit of world leading industrial nations on Japan’s Okaida Island. Mr. Bush said he would not ignore Japan’s concerns about North Korea’s abductions of its citizens in order to achieve progress on the nuclear weapon’s issue.

 

Israel on Sunday reopened its borders with the Hamas ruled Gaza’s strip, giving a boost to a fragile truce. Robert Berger has this story at our Jerusalem bureau.

 

On Sunday about 80 trucks carrying food, fuel and cement crossed into Gaza. Israeli spokesman Mark Regev, Israel wants to see its cease fire succeed. And we would make every effort for that to happen. Hamas’s spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri says that under the truce, Israel should increase the flow of supplies into Gaza. Israel says the bowl is in Hamas’s court. If there is no rocket fire, the border crossings will remain open. But the question remains whether Hamas is willing or able to exert its authority over other military groups. Robert Berger for VOA news, Jerusalem.

 

The United Arabic Emirates has forgiven Iraq’s debt of nearly 7 billion dollars in the name of the ambassador to restore a full diplomatic mission in Baghdad. The Emirates official news agency quotes the con//  president is angered that UAE is canceling all four billion dollars in debt plus interest that Iraq owes to the Gulf Nation, and says the president called to gesture an effort to help Iraq carry out reconstruction projects.

 

Britain is seeking support pro the United Nations Security Council Resolution that whether they improve imposed tough new sanctions on Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe and his allies. British Foreign secretary David Milliband says the Zimbabwe’s crisis is affecting all the Southern Africa. It urged formation of government Harate that will reflect the result to Zimbabwe’s March 29th elections.

 

Gun / in Somalia capital, Mogadishu killed the head of UN development program for Somalia. Osama / / was shot to dead Sunday as he /// in Mogadishu Mosque. Witnesses say another man was wounded in attack. And at this point, no one has claimed responsibility. The attack is on eight workers and other officials are common in Somalia were Islamic insurgents are fighting the Ethiopian backed government. On Saturday, a landmine killed a Mogadishu city official and at least three security guards.

 

And that’s the latest. I am Robert Burns, VOA news. You’ll have more news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

 

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

 

Security officials in Pakistan say a suicide bomb attack targeting police has killed 15 people and injured more than 22 others near the Red Mosque in Islamabad. Officials say most of the victims were police. The blast occurred just after several thousands of Islamist rally nearby, to mark the first anniversary of the army’s siege and raid on the Red Mosque. The bomber targeted the police who were deployed there as part of security precautions. Pakistan’s Interior Military secretary /// says it is too early at this time to say who is responsible.

It’s premature to blame and announce Investigation takes/// time and we’re more than position to / are who anyone response at this point of time.

 

President Pervez Musharraf has condemned the bombing as a terrorist’s attack. Afghanistan authorities say US-led coalition air strike has killed 22 civilians in the country’s /// province. The civilians were reportedly attending a wedding someday near the border of Pakistan. The US-led coalition says its missiles only struck militants, adding that no women and children were present in the area.  

 

President Bush says North Korea’s recent decleration of its nuclear program shows progress, but he says the United States will continue to apply pressure on Pyongyang until more work is done. Mr. Bush made the comment during a news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda one day ahead of the summit of world leading industrial nations on Japan’s Okaida Island. Mr. Bush said he would not ignore Japan’s concerns about North Korea’s abductions of its citizens in order to achieve progress on the nuclear weapon’s issue.

 

Israel on Sunday reopened its borders with the Hamas ruled Gaza’s strip, giving a boost to a fragile truce. Robert Berger has this story at our Jerusalem bureau.

 

On Sunday about 80 trucks carrying food, fuel and cement crossed into Gaza. Israeli spokesman Mark Regev, Israel wants to see its cease fire succeed. And we would make every effort for that to happen. Hamas’s spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri says that under the truce, Israel should increase the flow of supplies into Gaza. Israel says the bowl is in Hamas’s court. If there is no rocket fire, the border crossings will remain open. But the question remains whether Hamas is willing or able to exert its authority over other militant groups. Robert Berger for VOA news, Jerusalem.

 

The United Arabic Emirates has forgiven Iraq’s debt of nearly 7 billion dollars in the name of the ambassador to restore a full diplomatic mission in Baghdad. The Emirates official news agency quotes the con//  president is angered that UAE is canceling all four billion dollars in debt plus interest that Iraq owes to the Gulf Nation, and says the president called to gesture an effort to help Iraq carry out reconstruction projects.

 

Britain is seeking support pro the United Nations Security Council Resolution that whether they improve imposed tough new sanctions on Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe and his allies. British Foreign secretary David Milliband says the Zimbabwe’s crisis is affecting all the Southern Africa. HE urgeS formation of government Harate that will reflect the result to Zimbabwe’s March 29th elections.

 

Gunman in Somalia capital, Mogadishu  have killed the head of UN development program for Somalia. Osama / / was shot to dead Sunday as he left in Mogadishu Mosque. Witnesses say another man was wounded in attack. And at this point, no one has claimed responsibility. The attacks on aid workers and other officials are common in Somalia were Islamic insurgents are fighting the Ethiopian backed government. On Saturday, a landmine killed a Mogadishu city official and at least three security guards.

 

And that’s the latest. I am Robert Burns, VOA news. You’ll have more news on the internet at voanews.com. [ 本帖最后由 yoyogo 于 2008-7-7 15:40 编辑 ]
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From the VOA News Center in Washington, I’m Robert Burns.

 

Security officials in Pakistan say a suicide bomb attack targeting police has killed 15 people and injured more than 22 others near the Red Mosque in Islamabad. Officials say most of the victims were police. The blast occurred just after several thousands of Islamists rally nearby, to mark the first anniversary of the army’s siege and raid on the Red Mosque. The bomber targeted the police who were deployed there as part of security precautions. Pakistan’s Interior Military secretary Kamal Shah says it is too early at this time to say who is responsible.

It’s premature to blame anyone. Investigation takes a little time, and we are not in a position to level blame or hold anyone responsible at this point of time.

 

President Pervez Musharraf has condemned the bombing as a terrorist’s attack. Afghanistan authorities say US-led coalition air strike has killed 22 civilians in the country’s Eastern Nangarhar province. The civilians were reportedly attending a wedding Sunday near the border of Pakistan. The US-led coalition says its missiles only struck militants, adding that no women and children were present in the area.  

 

President Bush says North Korea’s recent declaration of its nuclear program shows progress, but he says the United States will continue to apply pressure on Pyongyang until more work is done. Mr. Bush made the comment during a news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda one day ahead of the summit of world leading industrial nations on Japan’s Okaida Island. Mr. Bush said he would not ignore Japan’s concerns about North Korea’s abductions of its citizens in order to achieve progress on the nuclear weapon’s issue.

 

Israel on Sunday reopened its borders with the Hamas ruled Gaza’s strip, giving a boost to a fragile truce. Robert Berger has this story at our Jerusalem bureau.

 

On Sunday about 80 trucks carrying food, fuel and cement crossed into Gaza. Israeli spokesman Mark Regev, Israel wants to see its cease fire succeed. And we would make every effort for that to happen. Hamas’s spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri says that under the truce, Israel should increase the flow of supplies into Gaza. Israel says the bowl is in Hamas’s court. If there is no rocket fire, the border crossings will remain open. But the question remains whether Hamas is willing or able to exert its authority over other militant groups. Robert Berger for VOA news, Jerusalem.

 

The United Arabic Emirates has forgiven Iraq’s debt of nearly 7 billion dollars in the name of the ambassador to restore a full diplomatic mission in Baghdad. The Emirates official news agency quotes the country's president as saying that UAE is canceling all four billion dollars in debt plus interest that Iraq owes to the Gulf Nation, and says the president called to gesture an effort to help Iraq carry out reconstruction projects.

 

Britain is seeking support pro the United Nations Security Council Resolution that whether they improve imposed tough new sanctions on Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe and his allies. British Foreign secretary David Milliband says the Zimbabwe’s crisis is affecting all the Southern Africa. He urges formation of government Harare that will reflect the result to Zimbabwe’s March 29th elections.

 

Gunmen in the Somalia capital, Mogadishu  have killed the head of UN development program for Somalia. Osama Ali Ahmed was shot to death Sunday as he left a Mogadishu Mosque. Witnesses say another man was wounded in the attack. And at this point, no one has claimed responsibility. The attacks on aid workers and other officials are common in Somalia, where Islamic insurgents are fighting the Ethiopian backed interim government. On Saturday, a landmine killed a Mogadishu city official and at least three security guards.

 

And that’s the latest. I am Robert Burns, VOA news. You’ll have more news on the internet at voanews.com.

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

 

Security officials in Pakistan say a suicide bomb attack targeting police has killed 15 people and injured more than 22 others near the Red Mosque in Islamabad. Officials say most of the victims were police. The blast occurred just after several thousands of Islamist rally nearby, to mark the first time/time/ anniversary of the army’s siege and raid on the Red Mosque. The bomber targeted the police who were deployed there as part of security precautions. Pakistani  Interior Military Secretary Kamal Shah says it is too early at this time to say who was responsible.

It’s premature to blame and ///? Investigation takes/// time and we’re more than a position to blame and believe are who anyone response at this point of time.President Pervez Musharraf has condemned the bombing as a terrorist attack.

 

Afghanistan authorities say US-led coalition air strike has killed 22 civilians in the country’s eastern Nangarhar province. The civilians were reportedly attending a wedding someday near the border of Pakistan. The US-led coalition says its missiles only struck militants, adding that no women and children were present in the area.  

 

President Bush says North Korea’s recent declaration over its nuclear program shows progress, but he says the United States will continue to apply pressure on Pyongyang until more work is done. Mr. Bush made the comment during a news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda one day ahead of the summit of world leading industrial nations on Japan’s Okaida Island. Mr. Bush said he would not ignore Japan’s concerns about North Korea’s abductions of its citizens in order to achieve progress on the nuclear weapon’s issue.

 

Israel on Sunday reopened its borders with the Hamas ruled Gaza’s strip, giving a boost to a fragile truce. Robert Berger has this story at our Jerusalem bureau.

 

On Sunday about 80 trucks carrying food, fuel and cement crossed into Gaza. Israeli spokesman Mark Regev, "Israel wants to see its cease fire succeed. And we would make every effort for that to happen. Hamas’s spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri says that under the truce, Israel should increase the flow of supplies into Gaza. Israel says the bowl is in Hamas’s court. If there is no rocket fire, the border crossings will remain open. But the question remains whether Hamas is willing or able to exert his authority over other military groups. Robert Berger for VOA news, Jerusalem.

 

The United Arabic Emirates has forgiven Iraq’s debt of nearly 7 billion dollars in the name of the ambassador to restore a full diplomatic mission in Baghdad. The Emirates official news agency quotes the congress president is angered that UAE is canceling all four billion dollars in debt plus interest that Iraq owes to the Gulf Nation, and says the president called to gesture an effort to help Iraq carry out reconstruction projects.

 

Britain is seeking support pro the United Nations Security Council Resolution that whether they improve imposed tough new sanctions on Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe and his allies. British Foreign Secretary David Milliband says the Zimbabwe crisis is infecting all of southern Africa. He urged formation of government Harare that will reflect the result to Zimbabwe’s March 29th elections.

 

Gun / in Somalia capital, Mogadishu killed the head of UN development program for Somalia. Osama / / was shot to dead Sunday as he /// in Mogadishu Mosque. Witnesses say another man was wounded in the attack. And at this point, no one has claimed responsibility. The attacks on eight workers and other officials are common in Somalia were Islamic insurgents are fighting the Ethiopian backed Iseral government. On Saturday, a landmine killed a Mogadishu city official and at least three security guards.

 

 

And that’s the latest. I am Robert Burns, VOA news. We’ll have more news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

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

 

Security officials in Pakistan say a suicide bomb attack targeting police has killed 15 people and injured more than 22 others near the Red Mosque in Islamabad. Officials say most of the victims were police. The blast occurred just after several thousands of Islamists rally nearby, to mark the first anniversary of the army’s siege and raid on the Red Mosque. The bomber targeted the police who were deployed there as part of security precautions. Pakistan’s Interior Military secretary Kamal Shah says it is too early at this time to say who was responsible.

It’s premature to blame anyone. Investigation takes a little time, and we are not in a position to level blame or hold anyone responsible at this point of time.

 

President Pervez Musharraf has condemned the bombing as a terrorist's attack. Afghanistan authorities say US-led coalition air strike has killed 22 civilians in the country’s eastern Nangarhar province. The civilians were reportedly attending a wedding Sunday near the border of Pakistan. The US-led coalition says its missiles only struck militants, adding that no women and children were present in the area.  

 

President Bush says North Korea’s recent declaration over its nuclear program shows progress, but he says the United States will continue to apply pressure on Pyongyang until more work is done. Mr. Bush made the comment during a news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda one day ahead of the summit of world leading industrial nations on Japan’s Okaida Island. Mr. Bush said he would not ignore Japan’s concerns about North Korea’s abductions of its citizens in order to achieve progress on the nuclear weapon’s issue.

 

On Sunday about 80 trucks carrying food, fuel and cement crossed into Gaza. Israeli spokesman Mark Regev, "Israel wants to see its cease fire succeed. And we would make every effort for that to happen. Hamas’s spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri says that under the truce, Israel should increase the flow of supplies into Gaza. Israel says the bowl is in Hamas’s court. If there is no rocket fire, the border crossings will remain open. But the question remains whether Hamas is willing or able to exert his authority over other military groups. Robert Berger for VOA news, Jerusalem.

 

The United Arabic Emirates has forgiven Iraq’s debt of nearly 7 billion dollars in the name of the ambassador to restore a full diplomatic mission in Baghdad. The Emirates official news agency quotes the congress president is angered that UAE is canceling all four billion dollars in debt plus interest that Iraq owes to the Gulf Nation, and says the president called to gesture an effort to help Iraq carry out reconstruction projects.

 

Britain is seeking support pro the United Nations Security Council Resolution that whether they improve imposed tough new sanctions on Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe and his allies. British Foreign Secretary David Milliband says the Zimbabwe crisis is infecting all of southern Africa. He urged formation of government Harare that will reflect the result to Zimbabwe’s March 29th elections.

 

Gunman in Somalia capital, Mogadishu killed the head of UN development program for Somalia. Osama / / was shot to dead Sunday as he /// in Mogadishu Mosque. Witnesses say another man was wounded in the attack. And at this point, no one has claimed responsibility. The attacks on eight workers and other officials are common in Somalia were Islamic insurgents are fighting the Ethiopian backed Iseral government. On Saturday, a landmine killed a Mogadishu city official and at least three security guards.

 

 

And that’s the latest. I am Robert Burns, VOA news. We’ll have more news on the internet at voanews.com.

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

 

Security officials in Pakistan say a suicide bomb attack targeting police has killed 15 people and injured more than 22 others near the Red Mosque in Islamabad. Officials say most of the victims were police. The blast occurred just after several thousands / Islamists rallied nearby/ to mark the first anniversary of the army’s siege and raid on the Red Mosque. The bomber targeted the police who were deployed there as part of security precautions. Pakistan’s Interior Ministry Secretary Kamal Shah says it is too early at this time to say who is responsible.

"It’s premature to blame anyone. as investigation takes a little time. And we are not in a position to level blame or hold anyone responsible at this point of time." President Pervez Musharraf has condemned the bombing as a terrorists act.

 

Afghanistan authorities say US-led coalition air strikes killed 22 civilians in the country’s eastern Nangarhar province. The civilians were reportedly attending a wedding Sunday near the border of Pakistan. The US-led coalition says its missiles only struck militants, adding that no women and children were present in the area.  

 

President Bush says North Korea’s recent declaration over its nuclear program shows progress, but he says the United States will continue to apply pressure on Pyongyang until more work is done. Mr. Bush made the comment during a news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda one day ahead of the summit of world leading industrial nations on Japan’s Hokkaido island. Mr. Bush said he would not ignore Japan’s concerns about North Korea’s abductions of its citizens in order to achieve progress on the nuclear weapons issue.

 

Israel on Sunday reopened its borders with the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, giving a boost to the fragile truce. Robert Berger has this story at our Jerusalem bureau.

 

 

On Sunday about 80 trucks carrying food, fuel and cement crossed into Gaza. Israeli spokesman Mark Regev:  "Israel wants to see its ceasefire succeed. And we would make every effort for that to happen. Hamas’s spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri says that under the truce, Israel should increase the flow of supplies into Gaza. Israel says the ball is in Hamas’s court. If there is no rocket fire, the border crossings will remain open. But the question remains whether Hamas is willing or able to exert his authority over other military groups. Robert Berger, for VOA news, Jerusalem.

 

The United Arabic Emirates has forgiven Iraq’s debt of nearly 7 billion dollars and named an ambassador to restore the full diplomatic mission in Baghdad. The Emirates official news agency quotes the country's president as saying that UAE is canceling all four billion dollars in debt plus interest that Iraq owes to the Gulf Nation, and says the president called the gesture an effort to help Iraq carry out reconstruction projects.

 

Britain is seeking support for a United Nations Security Council resolution that would improve imposed tough new sanctions on Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe and his allies. British Foreign Secretary David Milliband says the Zimbabwean crisis is affecting all the southern Africa. He urges formation of a government Harare that would reflect the result of Zimbabwe’s March 29th elections.

 

Gunmen in Somali/ capital, Mogadishu, killed the head of the U.N. Development Program for SomaliaOsman Ali was shot to death Sunday as he left Mogadishu Mosque. Witnesses say another man was wounded in the attack. And at this point, no one has claimed responsibility. The attacks on aid workers and other officials are common in Somalia where Islamic insurgents are fighting the Ethiopian-backed interim government. On Saturday, a landmine killed a Mogadishu city official and at least three security guards.

 

 

And that’s the latest. I am Robert Burns, VOA news. We’ll have more news on the internet at voanews.com.

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

 

Security officials in Pakistan say a suicide bomb attack targeting police has killed 15 people and injured more than 22 others near the Red Mosque in Islamabad. Officials say most of the victims were police. The blast occurred just after several thousand/ Islamists have rallied nearby, to mark the first anniversary of the army’s siege and raid on the Red Mosque. The bomber targeted / police who were deployed there as part of security precautions. Pakistan’s Interior Military secretary Kamal Shah says it’s too early at this time to say who was responsible.

It’s premature to blame anyone. Investigation takes a little time, and we are not in a position to level blame or hold anyone responsible at this point of time.

 

President Pervez Musharraf has condemned the bombing as a terrorist/  act.

 

Afghan/ authorities say US-led coalition air strike has killed 22 civilians in the country’s eastern Nangarhar province. The civilians were reportedly attending a wedding Sunday near the border with Pakistan. The US-led coalition says its missiles only struck militants, adding that no women or children were present in the area.  

 

President Bush says North Korea’s recent declaration of its nuclear program shows progress, but he says the United States will continue to apply pressure on Pyongyang until more work is done. Mr. Bush made the comment during a news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda one day ahead of the summit of world leading industrial nations on Japan’s Okaida Island. Mr. Bush said he would not ignore Japan’s concerns about North Korean abductions of its citizens in order to achieve progress on the nuclear weapon’s issue.

 

Israel on Sunday reopened its borders with the Hamas ruled Gaza Strip, giving a boost to a fragile truce. Robert Berger has this story at our Jerusalem bureau.

 

On Sunday about 80 trucks carrying food, fuel and cement crossed into Gaza. Israeli spokesman Mark Regev, "Israel wants to see its cease fire succeed. And we will make every effort for that to happen.” Hamas’s spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri says that under the truce, Israel should increase the flow of supplies into Gaza. Israel says the bowl is in Hamas’s court. If there is no rocket fire, the border crossings will remain open. But the question remains whether Hamas is willing or able to exert its authority over other militant groups. Robert Berger for VOA news, Jerusalem.

 

The United Arab/ Emirates has forgiven Iraq’s debt of nearly 7 billion dollars and named an ambassador to restore a full diplomatic mission in Baghdad. The Emirates official news agency quotes the contry’s president as saying that the UAE is canceling all four billion dollars in debt plus interest that Iraq owes to the Gulf Nation, and says the president called the gesture an effort to help Iraq carry out reconstruction projects.

 

Britain is seeking support for a United Nations Security Council resolution that would improve impose/ tough new sanctions on Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe and his allies. British Foreign Secretary David Milliband says the Zimbabwe crisis is affecting all of southern Africa. He urges formation of a government Harare that would reflect the result of Zimbabwe’s March 29th elections.

 

Gunman in the Somali/ capital, Mogadishu have killed the head of the UN Development Program for Somalia. Osama / / was shot to death Sunday as he left a Mogadishu Mosque. Witnesses say another man was wounded in the attack. And at this point, no one has claimed responsibility. Attacks on aid workers and other officials are common in Somalia where Islamic insurgents are fighting the Ethiopian backed interim government. On Saturday, a landmine killed a Mogadishu city official and at least three security guards.

 

 

And that’s the latest. I am Robert Burns, VOA news. We’ll have more news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

 

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[ 本帖最后由 yoyogo 于 2008-7-7 19:04 编辑 ]

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And that's the latest. I am Robert Burns, VOA news. You'll have more news on the internet at voanews.com

[ 本帖最后由 banpros 于 2008-7-8 00:48 编辑 ]

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

 

Security officials in Pakistan say a suicide bomb attack targeting police has killed 15 people and injured more than 22 others near the Red Mosque in Islamabad. Officials say most of the victims were police. The blast occurred just after several thousand  Islamists had rallied nearby to mark the first anniversary of the army’s siege and raid on the Red Mosque. The bomber targeted the police who were deployed there as part of security precautions. Pakistan’s Interior Minitry Secretary  Kamal Shah   says it is too early at this time to say who is responsible. "It’s premature to blame anyone as investigation takes a little time and we’re not in a position to level blame or hold anyone responsible   at this point of time." President Pervez Musharraf has condemned the bombing as a terrorists act.

Afghanistan authorities say US-led coalition air strikes killed 22 civilians in the country’s eastern Nangarhar  province. The civilians were reportedly attending a wedding Sunday near the border with Pakistan. The US-led coalition says its missiles only struck militants, adding that no women and children were present in the area. 

 

President Bush says North Korea’s recent decleration of its nuclear program shows progress. But he says the United States will continue to apply pressure on Pyongyang until more work is done. Mr. Bush made the comment during a news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda one day ahead of the summit of world's leading industrial nations on Japan’s  Hokkaido  island. Mr. Bush said he would not ignore Japan’s concerns about North Korea’s abductions of its citizens in order to achieve progress on the nuclear weapons issue.

 

Israel on Sunday reopened its borders with the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, giving a boost to the fragile truce. Robert Berger has this story at our Jerusalem bureau.

 

On Sunday about 80 trucks carrying food, fuel and cement crossed into Gaza. Israeli spokesman Mark Regev: "Israel wants to see if  ceasefire succeed. And we would make every effort for that to happen." Hamas’s spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri says that under the truce, Israel should increase the flow of supplies into Gaza. Israel says the ball is in Hamas’s court. If there is no rocket fire, the border crossings will remain open. But the question remains whether Hamas is willing or able to exert its authority over other militant groups. Robert Berger, for VOA news, Jerusalem.

 

The United Arabic Emirates has forgiven Iraq’s debt of nearly 7 billion dollars and named an ambassador to restore the full diplomatic mission in Baghdad. The Emirates official news agency quotes the country's  president as saying  that UAE is canceling all four billion dollars in debt plus interest that Iraq owes to the Gulf Nation, and says the president called the gesture an effort to help Iraq carry out reconstruction projects.

 

Britain is seeking support for a United Nations Security Council resolution that would improve(a tongue-slip) impose  tough new sanctions on Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe and his allies. British Foreign Secretary David Milliband says the Zimbabwean crisis are affecting (another tougue-slip) infecting all of southern Africa. He urges formation of a government Harare that would reflect the result of  Zimbabwe’s March 29th elections.

 

Gunmen in the Somali capital, Mogadishu,  have killed the head of the UN Development Program for Somalia. Osman Ali Ahmed was shot to death Sunday as he left Mogadishu Mosque. Witnesses say another man was wounded in the attack. And at this point, no one has claimed responsibility. Attacks on aid workers and other officials are common in Somalia where Islamic insurgents are fighting the Ethiopian-backed interim government. On Saturday, a landmine killed a Mogadishu city official and at least three security guards.

 

And that’s the latest. I am Robert Burns, VOA news. We'll have more news on the internet at voanews.com.

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

 

Security officials in Pakistan say a suicide bomb attack targeting police has killed 15 people and injured more than 22 others near the Red Mosque in Islamabad. Officials say most of the victims were police. The blast occurred just after several thousand  Islamists had rallied nearby to mark the first anniversary of the army’s siege and raid on the Red Mosque. The bomber targeted the police who were deployed there as part of security precautions. Pakistan’s Interior Minitry Secretary  Kamal Shah   says it is too early at this time to say who is responsible. "It’s premature to blame anyone as investigation takes a little time and we’re not in a position to level blame or hold anyone responsible   at this point of time." President Pervez Musharraf has condemned the bombing as a terrorists act.

 

Afghan authorities say US-led coalition air strike has killed 22 civilians in the country’s eastern Nangarhar province. The civilians were reportedly attending a wedding Sunday near the border with Pakistan. The US-led coalition says its missiles only struck militants, adding that no women and children were present in the area. 

 

President Bush says North Korea’s recent decleration of its nuclear program shows progress. But he says the United States will continue to apply pressure on Pyongyang until more work is done. Mr. Bush made the comment during a news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda one day ahead of the summit of world's leading industrial nations on Japan’s  Hokkaido  island. Mr. Bush said he would not ignore Japan’s concerns about North Korea’s abductions of its citizens in order to achieve progress on the nuclear weapons issue.

 

Israel on Sunday reopened its borders with the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, giving a boost to the fragile truce. Robert Berger has this story at our Jerusalem bureau.

 

On Sunday about 80 trucks carrying food, fuel and cement crossed into Gaza. Israeli spokesman Mark Regev: "Israel wants to see if  ceasefire succeed. And we would make every effort for that to happen." Hamas’s spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri says that under the truce, Israel should increase the flow of supplies into Gaza. Israel says the ball is in Hamas’s court. If there is no rocket fire, the border crossings will remain open. But the question remains whether Hamas is willing or able to exert its authority over other militant groups. Robert Berger, for VOA news, Jerusalem.

 

The United Arabic Emirates has forgiven Iraq’s debt of nearly 7 billion dollars and named an ambassador to restore the full diplomatic mission in Baghdad. The Emirates official news agency quotes the country's  president as saying  that UAE is canceling all four billion dollars in debt plus interest that Iraq owes to the Gulf Nation, and says the president called the gesture an effort to help Iraq carry out reconstruction projects.

 

Britain is seeking support for a United Nations Security Council resolution that would improve(a tongue-slip) impose  tough new sanctions on Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe and his allies. British Foreign Secretary David Milliband says the Zimbabwean crisis are affecting (another tougue-slip) infecting all of southern Africa. He urges formation of a government Harare that would reflect the result of  Zimbabwe’s March 29th elections.

 

Gunmen in the Somali capital, Mogadishu,  have killed the head of the UN Development Program for Somalia. Osman Ali Ahmed was shot to death Sunday as he left a Mogadishu Mosque. Witnesses say another man was wounded in the attack. And at this point, no one has claimed responsibility. Attacks on aid workers and other officials are common in Somalia where Islamic insurgents are fighting the Ethiopian-backed interim government. On Saturday, a landmine killed a Mogadishu city official and at least three security guards.

 

And that’s the latest. I am Robert Burns, VOA news. We'll have more news on the internet at voanews.com.

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