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

 

Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki says his government is proposing a deal with the United States that could set up a timetable for withdrawing U.S. troops from Iraq. The Bush administration has thus far opposed a timetable. The U.S. Defense Department spokesman says the security situation inside Iraq should determine the  decisions about troop levels, but he says any security agreement will fully respect Iraqi sovereignty. Baghdad and Washington have been negotiating a new long-term security deal that would decide the future of U.S.-led forces in Iraq beyond 2008 when a U.N. mandate expires.

 

A suicide car bomb outside the Indian embassy in the Afghan capital, Kabul has killed at least 41 people, including four Indian nationals, and wounded nearly 150 others. No one has claimed responsibility for Monday's bombing. The White House spokesman called the attack " a needless act of violence". Afghan President Hamid Karzai condemned the bombing, saying it was carried out by militants who are against the friendship between Afghanistan and India.

 

Climate change is expected to be the focus of Tuesday's discussions at annual talks between the eight major industrialized nations in Japan. Observers say President Bush is under pressure to back an agreement on tackling climate change during the annual Group-of-Eight summit. Mr. Bush has said countries with growing economies like India and China must be part of any effort to limit greenhouse gases in order for a deal to work. Africa dominated(a tongue-slip) discussions during Monday's opening meetings. African leaders pressed the world's eight major industrialized nations to keep their pledge to boost aid to Africa to 25 billion dollars a year by the year 2010.  

 

Also on Monday, the G8 leaders discussed the political crisis in Zimbabwe. VOA White House correspondent Scott Stearns reports African leaders are divided over calls for sanctions against Zimbabwe's long time ruler Robert Mugabe.


Zimbabwe's political crisis dominated more than three hours of talks among  chiefs of the Group-of-Eight leading industrial nations and heads of states from Algeria, Ethiopia, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Nigeria and Ghana. The United States has drafted a United Nations resolution to impose targeted sanctions, including an arms embargo and a travel ban against President Mugabe and his allies. Mr.Mugabe won  reelection last month in a runoff boycotted by the chief opposition candidate because of attacks against opposition supporters. Speaking to reporters at the Group-of-Eight summit in Japan, U.S. President  George Bush said G8 leaders listen very carefully to their African colleagues about their concerns for what's going on in Zimbabwe. Scott Stearns, VOA news with the president in Toyako, Japan.

 

One of three American hostages rescued last week from Colombian-masked rebels has denounced his former captors as terrorists, saying they  refuse to acknowledge human rights. Mark Gonsalves made the comment on Monday in a Texas at a ceremony honoring him and two of other Americans who had been held captive by guerillas under the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. Gonsalves said the guerillas are punishing others because of last week's rescue by the Colombian military. He  also said the rebels are lying when they say they are fighting for Colombia's poor.

 

European Union ministers brought an agreement on a common immigration and asylum policy during a meeting in France. Lisa Bryant reports for VOA.

 

Authored by the French government, the proposed immigration and asylum guidelines aim to set common European standards for legal and illegal immigrants. They would toughen policies against illegal immigration - for example, making sure those caught are expelled while basing legal immigration criteria on the needs of individual European Union states.  France also wants to establish common European asylum policies. A number of European interior and justice ministers meeting in the southern French  city of Cannes hailed the French proposals. The proposed guidelines have been amended to take into account European concerns. French calls for European nations to reject mass regularization of illegal immigrants, which Italy and Spain have done in recent years, has been watered down, as has a French demand that immigrants sign a so-called "integration contract." Lisa Bryant, for VOA news, Paris.

 

Polish Foreign Minister  Aleksander Kwasniewski  says talks with the United States on missile defense will continue despite no sign of progress in talks with U.S Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. The two officials met in Washington to try to conclude a deal on placing interceptor missiles inside Poland. The plan is part of a too prolonged approach by U.S officials to counter what they believe would be a long-range threat from Iran.

 

News headlines from the Voice of America.

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I'm John Dragon for the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki says his government is proposing a deal with United States that could set up a timetable for withdrawing U.S. troops from Iraq.The Bush ministration has those for a posed timetable.The U.S. Defense Department spokesman says the security situation inside Iraq should determine the decisions about troop levels, but he says any security of green /will fully respect Iraq servanty. Baghdad  in Washington have been negotiating a new long-term security deal.They would decide the future of U.S.-led forces in Iraq beyond 2008 when an UN manded expires.

 

A suicide car bomb aimed at the Indian embassy in the Afghan capital Kabul has killed at least 41 people including 4 Indian nationals and wounded nearly 150 others.No one has claimed responsibily for Monday's bombing.The White House spokesman called the attack "a nether sector of violence".Afghan President Hamid Karzai also condemn the bombing saying it was carried out by militants who are against the friendship between Afghanistan and Indian.

 

Climate change is expected to be the focus of Tuesday's discussions at annual talks between the eight major industrialized nations in Japan. Observers say President Bush is under pressure to back an agreement on tackling climate change during the annual Group of Eight Summit. Mr. Bush has said countries without growing with growing economys like Indian and China must be part of any effort to eliminate greenhouse gases in order for idea to work.African norminated discussions during Monday's opening meetings. African leaders press the word eight major industrialized nations to keep their pledge to boost aid African to 25 billion dollars a year by the year 2010.

 

Also in Monday, the G8 leaders discuss the political crisis in zimbabwe. VOA White House correspondent Scott Stearns reports, African leaders are divided over calls for sanctions against  Zimbabwe's long-time ruler Robert Mugabe. Zimbabwe's political crisis dominated more than 3 hours of talks among chiefs of the Group of Eight leading industrial nations and heads of state from Algeria, Ethiopia, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Nigeria, and Ghana.

The United States has drafted a United Nations resolution to impose targeted sanctions including an arms embargo and a travel ban against President Mugabe and his allies. Mr. Mugabe won re-election last month in a runoff boycotted by the chief opposition candidate because of attacks against opposition supporters.Speaking to reporters at the Group of Eight summit in Japan, U.S. President George Bush said G8 leaders listened very carefully to their African colleagues about their concern for what is going on in Zimbabwe.Scott Stearns VOA News with the president in Toyako, Japan.

 

One of three American hostages rescued last week from Colombia rivals has denounced its former captive of the terrorists saying they are fused to acknowledge human rights. Mark Gongso made the comment Monday and tested the ceremony undering him and two of the other Amerian tool have been helped captive by g  of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia or /, Gongso said the Iraels are punishing others

because of last week's rescue by the Colombia military. He also said the rebels are lying when they said they are fighting for Colombia's pool.European Union Minister bring on an common immigration and a silent powercy during a  meeting in Fance, Peter Brain reports for VOA.

 

Author by the French government to propose immigration and a silent guidelines in decide common European standards for legal and illegal immigrates. They will tighten policy against illegal immigration. For example, make sure these cards are expired will basing legal immigration criteria on the needs of individual European Union states. France also wants to establish common European silent policies. A number of European in Criteria and Justice Ministers meeting in a southern French city of Kane hill the French proposals. The proposed guidelines to be amended to take into account European concerns. French calls for European nations to reject mass regular lization of legal immigrates which Italia and Spain have done in recent years have been rolled down. As has French demand, the immigrates signed a so-called intergration contract. Lisa Bryant for VOA News, Paris. 

 

Polish Foreign Minister Radek Sikorski says talks with United States on missile defense will continue, despite no sign of progress in talks with U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. The two official met in Washington to try to conclude a deal on placing inter suffered missiles inside Poland, the plan is part of the two / by U.S. officials to counter what they believe will be a long range threat from Iran.

 

News headlines from the Voice of America.


 

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Iraqi Preminister Norya Malaki says his government is proposing a deal with United States that could set a timetable for withdrawing US troops from.The Bush administration has thus for appose the time table.The US defense department spokesment says the security situation inside Iraq should determine the decisions about troops levels.Pranty says any security agreement will fully respect Iraq sovereignty.Bagdad and Washington have been negotiating a new long-term security deal that would decide the future of US lead forces in Iraq beyong 2008.When a UN mandad expires.

 

A sucide car bomb outside the Indian memphacy in the Afghan Capital Karbo has killed at least 41 people including 41 Indian nationals and wound nearly 150 others.No one has claimed responsibility for Monday's bombing.A WhiteHouse spokesman call the attack need *violence.Afghan president Hamic also condemn the bombing.Saying it was carried out by militants who are against the friendship between Afghanistan and India.

 

Climate change is espected to be the focus of Tuedays discussions at annual talks between the eight major industrilized nations in Japan.Observer say president Bush is underpressure to back a greener or tackling clilmate change during the annual group of 8 summit.Mr Bush has said country without growing withgrowing economics like India and China must be part of any effort to limit greenhouse gases in order for a deal to work.

 

African nominating discussion during Monday opening meetings,African leaders press the world's eight major industrilized nations to keep their pledge to boost at the Africa to twenfy-five billion dollars a year by the year 2010.

 

Also on Monday the G8 leaders discussed the political crisis in Zimbabwe.VOA WhiteHouse correspond Scott Sterns reports African leaders are divided of a cause for sanction against Zimbabwe's longtime ruler Robert Hugabi. Zimbabwe's political crisis dominated three hours of talks among she cirtigroup reading industrial nations and had stated from Algeria,Ethiopia,Senegal,South Afica ,Tanzania,Nigeria and Ghana.The United States has drafted a United Nation resolution to impose targeted sanctions including an arms in Bargal and a travel's ban against president mogabi and his allies Mr. Mogaby won reelection last month in a run of boycotted by the cheif opposition candidate because of the attack against the oppsition supporters. Speaking to reporter of the group of 8 summit in Japan .US president Geogre Bush , the g8 leaders listened very carefully to their African Colleagues about their concerns for what's going in Zimbabwe Scott Sturns VOA news with president DINTUOYAKO Japan.

 

One of three American hostages rescued last week from Columbia Marsis revel has annouced his former capture of terrorists.Saying they refused to acknowledge human right. Mark .Gansol made the commit Monday in taxas the ceremony undering him and to the other American had been captive by Gorolas of the revolutionary arm forces in Columbia or fark.Gansol said the gorolas are punishing others because of last week's brescue by the Columbia military.He also says the rebos are lying when they say they are fighting for Columbia's poor.

 

European Union Minister Rith Broater Gremen on an economic immigration in a silent policy during a meeting in France.This is Bryant reports for VOA.Offer by the French government to propose migration and asylum guidelines indicate common European standards for legal and illegal immigrants.They were tough in policies against illegal immigration, for example making sure that could expeled, were basing legal immigration criteria on the needs of individual European Union States.France also wants to establish common European asylun policies.A number of European interia and justice ministers meeting in sudden french city of carn,hale the french proposals.The propose guideline to be amending to taking to account european concerns.Frence cause for European nations to abject * regularilations of legal immigrants which eglly in Spain have done in recent years have been watered down as has French demand that immigrants sign a so-called intergration contract.Lisa Bryant for VOA paris.

 

Polish prime minister podolski says talks with United States on missile defense will continue despite no sign of progress in talks with the all sactury state arise.The two officials met in Washington to try to conclude the deal on placing entry missiles inside Poland.The plan is part of two prong purch by US officials to count what they believe would be a long range threat from Eran. News headlines from the voice of America

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

 

The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Kamel al-Maliki says his government is proposing a deal with the United States at considering timetable of withdrawing U.S troops from Iraq. The Bush Administration has thus opposed the timetable, from a U.S defense Spokesman says security situation inside Iraq should be depended on decisions on troop levels, but he says any security agreement would fully respect Iraq sovereignty. Bagdad and Washington have been negotiating a new long term’s security deal that will decide in future U.S forces in Iraq beyond 2008 when the UN mended expires.

 

A suicide car bomb outside Indian Embassy in the Afghanistan Capital has killed at least 41 people including 4 Indian nationals and nearly wounded 150 others. No one has claimed responsibility for the Monday Bombing. A White House Spokesman called the attack in / as a violence. Afghan President Hamid Karzai also condemned the bombing, saying it was carried out by militants who are against the friendship between Afghanistan and India.

 

Climate change is expected to be focus on the Tuesday’s discusses at annual talk between the Eight major industrialized nations in Japan. Observers say President Bush is under pressure to back in agreement on tackling climate changes during the annual group of eight summit, Mr. Bush has said the countries with growing economies like India and China must be part of any effort to limit the greenhouses in order for a deal to work. African nominated discussion during Monday’s Opening meet, African leader pressed the word on eight industrialized nations to keep their pledge to boost Africa in 25 million dollars a year by the year 2010. Also, on Monday, the G8 leaders discuss the political crisis in Zimbabwe. VOA White House Correspondent Scott Stearns reports African leader are divided the course of sanctions of Zimbabwe long-term ruler Robert Mugabe.

 

Zimbabwe political crisis dominated more than three hours of talks among chief group leading industrial nations and heads of the state from Nigeria, Ethiopia, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Nigeria and Ghana. The United State has drafted the United Nation Resolution to impose targeted sections including armed embargo and travel ban against President Mugabe and his allies. Mr. Mugabe won re-election last Month and in a run-off boycotted by the chief opposition candidates because of attacks on the opposition supporters. Speaking to reporters at Group of eight Summit in Japan, US President George Bush said G8 leaders were listening very carefully to their African colleagues about their concerns of what’s going on in Zimbabwe, Scott Stearns,VOA News with the president in Hokkaido, Japan.

 

One of three American hostages rescued last week from Colombia masked rebels has denounced this captures as terrorism, saying they’re refused to alleging human rights. Marc Gonsalves made the comment on Monday in Texas Ceremony honoring him and two of other America captured by Guerillas of the revolution armed forces of Colombia, FARC. Gonsalves said the Guerillas are punishing others because of last week’s rescue by the Colombia military. He also said Rebels are lying to say they’re fighting against the Colombia poll.

 

European Union Ministry brought an agreement on Immigration in a silent policy during a meeting in France. Lisa Bryant reports for VOA.

 

Authors by the French government, the proposed immigration on the silent guard lines in these common European standards for the legal and illegal immigrates. They’ll toughen the proposal on illegal immigration, for example, making sure those quarters are expired will basic illegal immigration criterion on the needs of individual European Union States. France also wants to establish a common European silent policy. A number of European interior justices meeting in the Southern French City of Kahn hailed the French proposals. The proposed guard line will be mended to count European concerns. French calls for European nations to reject mask regulations for the illegal immigrations ,which Italy and Spain have done in recent years, have been watered down as which the French demands the immigrants  signed the so-called the integration contract. Lisa Bryant, for VOA News, Paris.

 

Polish foreign minister Aleksander Kwasniewski says talks with the United States on Missile Defense will continue despite of no sign of progress in talks with U.S Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. The Two Officials met in Washington tried to conclude a deal on emplacing missiles inside Poland. The plan is partly approached by U.S Officials to count they believe would be along arrange from Iran.

 

News headlines from Voice of America.

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I'm John Dragon for the VOA News Center in Washington. Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki says his government is proposing a deal with United States that could set up timetable for withdrawing U.S. troops from Iraq. The Bush ministration has thus for a posed timetable. The U.S. Defense Department spokesman says the security situation inside Iraq should determine the decisions about troop levels, but he says any security of green /will fully respect Iraq servanty. Baghdad and Washington have been negotiating a new long-term security deal that would decide the future of U.S.-led forces in Iraq beyond 2008 when an UN manded expires.

A suicide car bomb outside the Indian embassy in the Afghan capital Kabul has killed at least 41 people including 4 Indian nationals and wounded nearly 150 others.No one has claimed responsibility for Monday's bombing.The White House spokesman called the attack "a nether sector of violence".Afghan President Hamid Karzai also condemned the bombing saying it was carried out by militants who are against the friendship between Afghanistan and Indian.

Climate change is expected to be the focus of Tuesday's discussions at annual talks between the eight major industrialized nations in Japan. Observers say President Bush is under pressure to back an agreement on tackling climate change during the annual Group of Eight Summit. Mr. Bush has said countries without growing with growing economy like Indian and China must be part of any effort to eliminate greenhouse gases in order for deal to work.African norminated discussions during Monday's opening meetings. African leaders press the word eight major industrialized nations to keep their pledge to boost aid African to 25 billion dollars a year by the year 2010.

Also in Monday, the G8 leaders discussed the political crisis in Zimbabwe. VOA White House correspondent Scott Stearns reports, African leaders are divided over calls for sanctions against Zimbabwe's long-time ruler Robert Mugabe. Zimbabwe's political crisis dominated more than 3 hours of talks among chiefs of the Group of Eight leading industrial nations and heads of state from Algeria, Ethiopia, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Nigeria, and Ghana.

The United States has drafted a United Nations resolution to impose targeted sanctions including an arms embargo and a travel ban against President Mugabe and his allies. Mr. Mugabe won re-election last month in a runoff boycotted by the chief opposition candidate because of attacks against opposition supporters. Speaking to reporters at the Group of Eight summit in Japan, U.S. President George Bush said G8 leaders listened very carefully to their African colleagues about their concern for what is going on in Zimbabwe.Scott Stearns VOA News with the president in Toyako, Japan.

One of three American hostages rescued last week from Colombia marshes rivals has denounced its former captive of the terrorists saying they are fused to acknowledge human rights. Mark Gongso made the comment on Monday and tested the ceremony undering him and two of the other Amerian tool have been helped captive by Glows of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia or /, Gaza said the Glows are punishing others because of last week's rescue by the Colombia military. He also said the rebels are lying when they said they are fighting for Colombia's poor. European Union Minister brought on an common immigration and a silent powercy during a meeting in Fance, Peter Brain reports for VOA.

 Authored by the French government to propose immigration and a silent guidelines in decide common European standards for legal and illegal immigrates. They will toughen policy against illegal immigration. For example, making sure these cards are expired will basing legal immigration criteria on the needs of individual European Union states. France also wants to establish common European silent policies. A number of European in Criteria and Justice Ministers meeting in a southern French city of Kane hill the French proposals. The proposed guidelines have been amended to take into account European concerns. French calls for European nations to reject mass regular lization of legal immigrates which Italia and Spain have done in recent years have been rolled down. As has French demanded, the immigrates signed a so-called integration contract. Lisa Bryant for VOA News, Paris.

 Polish Foreign Minister Radek Sikorski says talks with United States on missile defense will continue, despite no sign of progress in talks with U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. The two officials met in Washington to try to conclude a deal on placing intersected missiles inside Poland, the plan is part of the two prolonged approach by U.S. officials to counter what they believe will be a long range threat from Iran. News headlines from the Voice of America.

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I'm John Dragon for the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki says his government is proposing a deal with the United States that could set a timetable for withdrawing U.S. troops from Iraq. The Bush ministration has thus far opposed a timetable. A U.S. Defense Department spokesman says the security situation inside Iraq should determine the decisions about troop levels, but he says any security agreement will fully respect Iraq’s sovereignty. Baghdad and Washington have been negotiating a new long-term security deal that would decide the future of U.S.-led forces in Iraq beyond 2008 when a/ UN mandate expires.

 

A suicide car bomb outside the Indian embassy in the Afghan capital Kabul has killed at least 41 people including 4 Indian nationals and wounded nearly 150 others.No one has claimed responsibility for Monday's bombing.A White House spokesman called the attack "a nether sector of violence".Afghan President Hamid Karzai also condemned the bombing saying it was carried out by militants who are against the friendship between Afghanistan and India/.

 

Climate change is expected to be the focus of Tuesday's discussions at annual talks between the eight major industrialized nations in Japan. Observers say President Bush is under pressure to back an agreement on tackling climate change during the annual Group of Eight Summit. Mr. Bush has said countries without growing with growing economies like India/ and China must be part of any effort to limit greenhouse gases in order for a deal to work.Africa/ norminated discussions during Monday's opening meetings. African leaders press the word eight major industrialized nations to keep their pledge to boost aid to Africa to 25 billion dollars a year by the year 2010.

Also in Monday, the G8 leaders discussed the political crisis in Zimbabwe. VOA White House correspondent Scott Stearns reports, African leaders are divided over calls for sanctions against Zimbabwe's long-time ruler Robert Mugabe. Zimbabwe's political crisis dominated more than 3 hours of talks among chiefs of the Group of Eight leading industrial nations and heads of state from Algeria, Ethiopia, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Nigeria and Ghana. The United States has drafted a United Nations resolution to impose targeted sanctions including an arms embargo and a travel ban against President Mugabe and his allies. Mr. Mugabe won re-election last month in a runoff boycotted by the chief opposition candidate because of attacks against opposition supporters. Speaking to reporters at the Group of Eight summit in Japan, U.S. President George Bush said G8 leaders listened very carefully to their African colleagues about their concern for what’s going on in Zimbabwe.Scott Stearns VOA News with the president in Toyako, Japan.

 

One of three American hostages rescued last week from Colombian Marxist rebels has denounced his former captors as terrorists saying they refused to acknowledge human rights. Mark Gongso made the comment on Monday in Texas at a ceremony honoring him and two of the other Amerians who had been helded captive by guerillas of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia or FARC. Gongso said the guerillas are punishing others because of last week's rescue by the Colombian military. He also said the rebels are lying when they say they are fighting for Colombia's poor.

 

European Union Ministers brought agreement on a common immigration and asylum policy during a meeting in Fance. Lisa Bryant reports for VOA.

 Authored by the French government the proposed immigration and asylum  guidelines aim to set common European standards for legal and illegal immigrants. They would toughen policies against illegal immigration, for example, making sure there is // expelled were basing legal immigration criteria on the needs of individual European Union states. France also wants to establish common European asylum policies. A number of European Interior and Justice Ministers meeting in the southern French city of Kane hail the French proposals. The proposed guidelines have been amended to take into account European concerns. French calls for European nations to reject mass regularizations of (il)legal immigrants which Italy and Spain have done in recent years have been watered down as has the French demand that immigrants sign a so-called integration contract. Lisa Bryant for VOA News, Paris.

 

 Polish Foreign Minister Radek Sikorski says talks with the United States on missile defense will continue, despite no sign of progress in talks with U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. The two officials met in Washington to try to conclude a deal on placing interseptor missiles inside Poland. The plan is part of a two prolonged approach by U.S. officials to counter what they believe will be a long range threat from Iran.

 

News headlines from the Voice of America.

 

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I'm John Drigon from the VOA news center in Washington.

 

Iraqi priminister N. M. says his government is proposing a deal with United States that could set up time table for withdrawing US troops from Iraq. The Bush ministrition has said that's a porpose time table. The US defence department spokesman says the security situation incide the Iraq should determine the disition about troop level. But he says any security ??? will be full of repecting Iraqi ???. B. and Washington have been negotiating a new long term security deal that will decide the future of US left forces beyond to 2008 when an UN ???.

 

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Eurepean Union ministry R. G. ?? commen imigration on the ?? policy during a meeting in Frence. Lisa B. reports for VOA. Authority by the Franch government they porpose to imigration a ?? guide lines ??? commen Eurepean standards for legal and unlegal imigrates. They were toughing policies against imigration for example making sure that court is ???. While this legal imigration criterion on the needs of ??? Eurepean Union states. Franch also wants to establish a commen Eurepean ??? policies. A number of Eurepean ??? and justice ministers meeted in southern Franch city of ??? help the French propose of this. They propose guide lines demended it to take it to court Eurepean concerns. French calls for Eurepean nations to adjust ??? regulazation to illegal imigrates which eagerly in Span have been done recently years have been ordered down.As has French demanded, the imigration signed a so called intitration contract.Lisa B. for VOA news Paris.

 

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I'm John Dragon for the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki says his government is proposing a deal with the United States that could set a timetable for withdrawing U.S. troops from Iraq. The Bush ministration has thus far opposed a timetable. A U.S. Defense Department spokesman says the security situation inside Iraq should determine the decisions about troop levels, but he says any security agreement will fully respect Iraq’s sovereignty. Baghdad and Washington have been negotiating a new long-term security deal that would decide the future of U.S.-led forces in Iraq beyond 2008 when a/ UN mandate expires.

 

A suicide car bomb outside the Indian embassy in the Afghan capital Kabul has killed at least 41 people including 4 Indian nationals and wounded nearly 150 others.No one has claimed responsibility for Monday's bombing.A White House spokesman called the attack "a nether sector of violence".Afghan President Hamid Karzai also condemned the bombing saying it was carried out by militants who are against the friendship between Afghanistan and India/.

 

Climate change is expected to be the focus of Tuesday's discussions at annual talks between the eight major industrialized nations in Japan. Observers say President Bush is under pressure to back an agreement on tackling climate change during the annual Group of Eight Summit. Mr. Bush has said countries (我觉得without growing应该没有,是他读错了) with growing economies like India/ and China must be part of any effort to limit greenhouse gases in order for a deal to work.Africa/ norminated discussions during Monday's opening meetings. African leaders press the word eight major industrialized nations to keep their pledge to boost aid to Africa to 25 billion dollars a year by the year 2010.


Also in Monday, the G8 leaders discussed the political crisis in Zimbabwe. VOA White House correspondent Scott Stearns reports, African leaders are divided over calls for sanctions against Zimbabwe's long-time ruler Robert Mugabe. Zimbabwe's political crisis dominated more than 3 hours of talks among chiefs of the Group of Eight leading industrial nations and heads of state from Algeria, Ethiopia, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Nigeria and Ghana. The United States has drafted a United Nations resolution to impose targeted sanctions including an arms embargo and a travel ban against President Mugabe and his allies. Mr. Mugabe won re-election last month in a runoff boycotted by the chief opposition candidate because of attacks against opposition supporters. Speaking to reporters at the Group of Eight summit in Japan, U.S. President George Bush said G8 leaders listened very carefully to their African colleagues about their concern for what’s going on in Zimbabwe.Scott Stearns VOA News with the president in Toyako, Japan.

 

One of three American hostages rescued last week from Colombian Marxist rebels has denounced his former captors as terrorists saying they refused to acknowledge human rights. Mark Gongso made the comment on Monday in Texas at a ceremony honoring him and two of the other Amerians who had been helded captive by guerillas of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia or FARC. Gongso said the guerillas are punishing others because of last week's rescue by the Colombian military. He also said the rebels are lying when they say they are fighting for Colombia's poor.

 

European Union Ministers reached broad agreement on a common immigration and asylum policy during a meeting in Fance. Lisa Bryant reports for VOA.

 Authored by the French government the proposed immigration and asylum  guidelines aim to set common European standards for legal and illegal immigrants. They would toughen policies against illegal immigration, for example, making sure those caught are expelled while basing legal immigration criteria on the needs of individual European Union states.


France also wants to establish common European asylum policies. A number of European Interior and Justice Ministers meeting in the southern French city of Cannes hailed the French proposals. The proposed guidelines have been amended to take into account European concerns. French calls for European nations to reject mass regularizations of illegal immigrants which Italy and Spain have done in recent years , have been watered down,  as has the French demand that immigrants sign a so-called integration contract. Lisa Bryant for VOA News, Paris.

 

 Polish Foreign Minister Radek Sikorski says talks with the United States on missile defense will continue, despite no sign of progress in talks with U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. The two officials met in Washington to try to conclude a deal on placing interseptor missiles inside Poland. The plan is part of a two prolonged approach by U.S. officials to counter what they believe will be a long range threat from Iran.

 

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

 

Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki says his government is proposing a deal with the United States that could set up a timetable for withdrawing U.S. troops from Iraq. The Bush administration has thus far opposed a timetable. The U.S. Defense Department spokesman says the security situation inside Iraq should determine the  decisions about troop levels, but he says any security agreement will fully respect Iraqi sovereignty. Baghdad and Washington have been negotiating a new long-term security deal that would decide the future of U.S.-led forces in Iraq beyond 2008 when a U.N. mandate expires.

 

A suicide car bomb outside the Indian embassy in the Afghan capital, Kabul has killed at least 41 people, including four Indian nationals, and wounded nearly 150 others. No one has claimed responsibility for Monday's bombing. The White House spokesman called the attack " a needless act of violence". Afghan President Hamid Karzai condemned the bombing, saying it was carried out by militants who are against the friendship between Afghanistan and India.

 

Climate change is expected to be the focus of Tuesday's discussions at annual talks between the eight major industrialized nations in Japan. Observers say President Bush is under pressure to back an agreement on tackling climate change during the annual Group-of-Eight summit. Mr. Bush has said countries with growing economies like India and China must be part of any effort to limit greenhouse gases in order for a deal to work. Africa dominated(a tongue-slip) discussions during Monday's opening meetings. African leaders pressed the world's eight major industrialized nations to keep their pledge to boost aid to Africa to 25 billion dollars a year by the year 2010.  

 

Also on Monday, the G8 leaders discussed the political crisis in Zimbabwe. VOA White House correspondent Scott Stearns reports African leaders are divided over calls for sanctions against Zimbabwe's long time ruler Robert Mugabe.


Zimbabwe's political crisis dominated more than three hours of talks among  chiefs of the Group-of-Eight leading industrial nations and heads of states from Algeria, Ethiopia, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Nigeria and Ghana. The United States has drafted a United Nations resolution to impose targeted sanctions, including an arms embargo and a travel ban against President Mugabe and his allies. Mr.Mugabe won  reelection last month in a runoff boycotted by the chief opposition candidate because of attacks against opposition supporters. Speaking to reporters at the Group-of-Eight summit in Japan, U.S. President  George Bush said G8 leaders listen very carefully to their African colleagues about their concerns for what's going on in Zimbabwe. Scott Stearns, VOA news with the president in Toyako, Japan.

 

One of three American hostages rescued last week from Colombian-masked rebels has denounced his former captors as terrorists, saying they  refuse to acknowledge human rights. Mark Gonsalves made the comment on Monday in a Texas at a ceremony honoring him and two of other Americans who had been held captive by guerillas under the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. Gonsalves said the guerillas are punishing others because of last week's rescue by the Colombian military. He  also said the rebels are lying when they say they are fighting for Colombia's poor.

 

European Union ministers brought an agreement on a common immigration and asylum policy during a meeting in France. Lisa Bryant reports for VOA.

 

Authored by the French government, the proposed immigration and asylum guidelines aim to set common European standards for legal and illegal immigrants. They would toughen policies against illegal immigration - for example, making sure those caught are expelled while basing legal immigration criteria on the needs of individual European Union states.  France also wants to establish common European asylum policies. A number of European interior and justice ministers meeting in the southern French  city of Cannes hailed the French proposals. The proposed guidelines have been amended to take into account European concerns. French calls for European nations to reject mass regularization of illegal immigrants, which Italy and Spain have done in recent years, has been watered down, as has a French demand that immigrants sign a so-called "integration contract." Lisa Bryant, for VOA news, Paris.

 

Polish Foreign Minister  Aleksander Kwasniewski  says talks with the United States on missile defense will continue despite no sign of progress in talks with U.S Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. The two officials met in Washington to try to conclude a deal on placing interceptor missiles inside Poland. The plan is part of a too prolonged approach by U.S officials to counter what they believe would be a long-range threat from Iran.

 

News headlines from the Voice of America.

 

 


 

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