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【整理】VOA 2008-07-09                  【整理人】yoyogo

 

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

 

Leaders of the world's eight major industrialized nations have set a goal of cutting worldwide emissions of greenhouse gases in half by the year 2050. Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda who is hosting the Group of Eight summit at a resort on the  northern island of Hokkaido announced the deal on Tuesday. Critics said the statement is too vague and the time frame too wide. A British official with the environmental group Green Peace said leaders of  the richest countries failed to set  badly-needed short-term targets to slash their carbon emissions.

 

The United States has imposed financial sanctions against six Iranian individuals and five companies for alleged ties to the country's nuclear and missile programs. U.S. officials confirm meanwhile that overall trade with Iran has been increasing. VOA's David Gollust reports from the State Department.

 

The Bush administration is expanding its blacklist of Iranian firms and individuals linked to proliferation activities even while acknowledging the trade with  Iran, mainly in food and medicine, has grown sharply since 2001. Five Iranian companies are being added to a sanctions list as well as six individuals including a nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahadbadi  and Iran has refused to allow him to be interviewed by the International Atomic Energy Agency about his work with the physics center. The listing forbids U.S business dealings with Iranian companies and individuals and freezes any assets they may have  in U.S. banks. Acting State Department spokesman Gonzalo Gallegos  said their proliferation involvement has now been exposed worldwide. "The government of Iran uses its firms and individuals to hide behind as they try and develop their nuclear program." David Gollust, VOA news, the State Department.

 

Iraqi officials are increasing pressure on the United States to agree to a specific timetable for the withdrawal of U.S.-led forces from Iraq. Iraqi national security advisor Mouwaffak al-Rubaie  said Tuesday that Baghdad will reject any security deal with Washington that does not include such a timetable. Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki publicly proposed a troop pullout timetable for the first time on Monday. The Bush administration opposes saying  withdrawal deadline and says troop pullout should be dictated by security conditions in Iraq.

 

Two former U.S. Secretaries of States are now recommending the United States change how it decides to go to war. They say the president should be required by law to consult with congress before ordering a significant armed conflict. A new Gallup opinion poll shows 79% of Americans agree.

 

The U.S. military has moved an aircraft carrier from Persian Gulf to the Arabian Sea to further support its operations in Afghanistan. U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said the move is part of the U.S. commitment to ensure the commanders have resources available to be successful in Afghanistan over the long term. Unnamed U.S. navy officials said the shift away from Iraq comes after the number of foreign troop casualties in Afghanistan exceeded those in Iraq for two consecutive months. June was the deadliest month for foreign forces in Afghanistan since 2001 with at least 45 of them killed, compared to 31 in Iraq.

 

Talks on ending North Korea's nuclear programs are to resume this week in Beijing after being on hold since last year. Daniel Schearf reports from Beijing.

 

China's Foreign Ministry says  negotiators from six nations will meet Thursday to discuss North Korea's nuclear weapons programs. Negotiations have been on hold for the past nine months while North Korea was preparing a declaration of its nuclear facilities. It's submitted the declaration last time. In return, the United States is removing North Korea from a list of states that sponsored terrorism and is lifting some sanctions against the reclusive nation. A spokesman for  China's Foreign Ministry, Qin Gang, said Tuesday the talks had been scheduled for three days, but could go longer if more progress is made. He says they hope the delegations achieve progress and the talks will be beneficial to pushing forward to the next stage of negotiations. This week's talks, however, are likely to face problems. Washington says Pyongyang has several nuclear bombs and a secret uranium enrichment program. But North Korea did not include either   in its declaration. Pyongyang is demanding it receive promised aid and diplomatic incentives before it dismantles any more facilities. Daniel Schearf for VOA news, Beijing.

 

And I am John Dryden in Washington. Reminding you that you can always get more news on our internet website at voanews.com.

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

 

Leaders of the world eight major industrialized nations have set a goal of cutting worldwide omissions of greenhouse gases in half by the year 2050.Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda  who was hosting the Group of Eight Summit has result on the northern island of Hokkaido announced the deal on Tuesday.Critics said the statement was too van and the timeframe too wide.A British official with envormental green peace said leaders of the richest countries fell to set back the needed stort-term targets to slash, they are cub emissions. 

 

United States has exposed financial sanctions against 6 Iranian individuals and 5 companies for allege ties to the country's nuclear and missile programs. U.S. official's confirming while that overall trade with Iran has been increasing. VOA David Gollust reports, from the State Department.

 

The Bush Administration is expanding its blacklist to Iranian in forms and individual's

link to proliferation activities. Even w knowledge betrayed with their long mainly in food and medicine has grown shapely since 2001. 5 Iranians and companies opinion add to a sanctions list as well as 6 individuals including an unclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahabadi, and Iran has refused to allow him to be interviewed by the International Atomic Energy Agency about his work with the physics center. Belisting forbid U.S. business dealings with the Iranian companies and individuals and frees and assets they may have in US banks. Acting State Department spokesman Gonzalo Gallegos said their proliferation involvement has now been exposed worldwide."The governors in Iran uses firms and individuals to hide behind their try and develop their nuclear program." David Gollust ,VOA News, the State Department.

 

The Iraqi officials are increasing pressure on the United States to agree to its specific  timetable for the withdrew of U.S.-led forces from Iraq. Iraqi National Security Advisor Muvaffak al-Rubaie said Tuesday that Blackguard will reject any security deal with Washington, but that's not include such a timetable. Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri  al-Maliki publically proposed their truce timetable for the first time on Monday. The Bush Ministeration exposed setting withdrew deadline, and says troop p should dictated by security conditions in Iraq.

 

Two former U.S. Secretary of State now recommending the United States change how it decides to go to war. They say the president should be required by law to consult with congress before ordering a significant arm conflict. A new C poll shows 79% of the Americans agree. The U.S. military has moved in aircraft area from the P Golf to the R sea to further support its operation in Afghanistan. U.S. Secretary of Denfense Robert Gates said the move is part of the U.S. committment to ensure that commands have the resource of valiable to be successful in Afghanistan over the long term. A named U.S. Nevy Official said the shift way from Iraq comes after the number of foreign troops causalty in Afghistan exceeded those in Iraq for 2 of months. John David / foreign forces in Afghanistan since 2001 with at least 45 of them killed compared with 31 in Iraq.

 

Talks on ending North Korea's nuclear program are to resume this week in Beijing after being unhold since last year. / reports from Beijing.

China's Foreign Ministry says negotiators from 6 nations will met Thursday to discuss North Korea's nuclear weaopon's programs.  Negotiations have been unhold for the past 9 months while North Korea was  preparing a declaration of its nuclear facilities. It's admitted the declaration last month. In return, the United States is removing North Korea from a list of states that / terriorism and is lifting some sanctions against the recluse of nation. A spokesman for China's Foreign Ministry Qin Gang said Tuesday the talks have been scheduled for 3 days, but could go longer if more progress is made. He say he hope the delegations achieve progress and talks will be beneficial to push forward to the next stage of negotiations. This week's talk, however, are likely to face problems. Washington said Pyongyang has several nuclear bombs and a secrety Iranian / program. But North Korea did not include either in its declaration. Pyongyang is a manded / promise aid and diplomatic centers before justmantal any more facilities.Danial Sharf for VOA News, Beijing. And I'm John Dryden in Washington reminding you can always get more new on our internet website at voanews.com.

 

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

 

Leaders of the world's eight major industrialized nations have set a goal of cutting worldwide emissions of greenhouse gases in half by the year 2050.Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda who was hosting the Group of Eight Summit at the resort on the northern island of Hokkaido announced the deal on Tuesday.Critics said the statement was too vague and the timeframe too wide.A British official with the envormental group Green Peace said leaders of the richest countries failed to set /back/ /the/ badly needed stort-term targets to slash their carbon emissions.

 

United States has imposed financial sanctions against 6 Iranian individuals and 5 companies for alleged ties to the country's nuclear and missile programs. U.S. official's confirmed meanwhile that overall trade with Iran has been increasing. VOA's David Gollust reports, from the State Department.

 

The Bush Administration is expanding its blacklist to Iranian /in/ firms and individuals' link to proliferation activities. Even more acknowledging betrayed with Iran mainly in food and medicine has grown shapely since 2001. 5 Iranian /and/ companies /opinion/ are being added to a sanctions list as well as 6 individuals including a nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahabadi, and Iran has refused to allow him to be interviewed by the International Atomic Energy Agency about his work with the physics center. But listing forbid U.S. business dealings with the Iranian companies and individuals and freeze in the assets they may have in US banks. Acting State Department spokesman Gonzalo Gallegos said their proliferation involvement has now been exposed worldwide."The governors in Iran uses firms and individuals to hide behind as they try and develop their nuclear program." David Gollust ,VOA News, the State Department.

 

/The/ Iraqi officials are increasing pressure on the United States to agree to a specific timetable for the withdrawal of U.S.-led forces from Iraq. Iraqi National Security Advisor Muvaffak al-Rubaie said Tuesday that Baghdad will reject any security deal with Washington, but that's not include such a timetable. Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki publically proposed their troop pull out timetable for the first time on Monday. The Bush Administration imposed the saying withdrawal deadline, and says troop pull out should be dictated by security conditions in Iraq. Two former U.S. Secretaries of State now recommending the United States change how it decides to go to war. They say the president should be required by law to consult with congress before ordering a significant armed conflict. A new gallop opinion poll shows 79% of the Americans agree. The U.S. military has moved in aircraft carrier from the Persian Gulf to the Arabian Sea to further support its operation in Afghanistan. U.S. Secretary of Defence Robert Gates said the move is part of the U.S. commitment to ensure that commanders have the resources available to be successful in Afghanistan over the long term.Unamed U.S. Navy Official said the shift way from Iraq comes after the number of foreign troop/s/ causalties in Afghistan exceeded those in Iraq for 2 consecutive months. John David / foreign forces in Afghanistan since 2001 with at least 45 of them killed compared with 31 in Iraq.

 

Talks on ending North Korea's nuclear programs are to resume this week in Beijing after being on hold since last year. Danial Sharf  reports from Beijing.

 

 China's Foreign Ministry says negotiators from 6 nations will meet Thursday to discuss North Korea's nuclear weapons' programs. Negotiations have been on hold for the past 9 months while North Korea was preparing a declaration of its nuclear facilities. It's admitted the declaration last month. In return, the United States is removing North Korea from a list of states that sponsor terriorism and is lifting some sanctions against the recluse of nation. A spokesman for China's Foreign Ministry Qin Gang said Tuesday the talks have been scheduled for 3 days, but could go longer if more progress is made. He say they hope the delegations achieve progress and the talks will be beneficial to pushing forward to the next stage of negotiations. This week's talk, however, are likely to face problems. Washington said Pyongyang has several nuclear bombs and a secret/y/ Iranian enrichment program. But North Korea did not include either in its declaration. Pyongyang is demanding it receive promised aid and diplomatic centers before adjustment any more facilities.Danial Sharf for VOA News, Beijing.

 

 And I'm John Dryden in Washington reminding you that you can always get more news on our internet website at voanews.com.

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

 

Leaders of the world eight industrialized nations have set the goal of cutting world-wide emissions of Green House gases in half by the year 2050.Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda, who’s hosting the Group of Eight Summit resorted in the northern island of Hokkaido, announced the deal on Thursday. Critics said the statement was too bad and time for wondering is too wide. A British Official was environmental green / said leaders of rich countries failed to set back short-term targets to slash their carbon emissions.

 

United States has opposed the financial sanctions against 6 Iranian individual and 5 companies for alleged ties to the countries’ nuclear and missile programs. US officials confirm, meanwhile, that overall trade of Iran has been increasing. VOA’s David Gallust reports form the State Department.

 

The Bush Administration has been expanding its black / Iranian firms and individuals link to proliferation activities. Even now we’re acknowledging the trade of Iran mainly in food and medicine has grown sharply since 2001. Five Iranian companies are being attitude of sanctions less as well as six individuals including a nuclear scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh Mahabadi, and Iran had refused to allow him to be interviewed by the international atomic energy agency about his work with the physics center. The listening forbids US business dealing with Iranian companies and individuals freezes their assets they may have in US expands. The Acting State Department spokesman, Gonzalo Gallegos said their proliferation of evolvement has now been exposed world-wide. “The Government Iran uses firms and individuals  that they hide behind and they tried to develope their nuclear program” David Gallust, VOA news, the State Department.

 

The Iraq officials are increasing pressure on the United States to agree specific timetable for the withdraw of US forces from Iraq. Iraqi national security Advisor Mowaffak al-Rubaie said Tuesday that Bagdad were rejected any security deal with Washington that does not includes such a timetable. The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Kamel al-Maliki publicly proposed the timetable for the first time on Monday. The Bush Administration opposed setting withdraw deadline and says troop pull out should be dedicated by the security conditions in Iraq.

 

Two formal US Secretaries of states are now recommending the United States change how they decide to go to the war. They said the president should be required by law to consort with congress before an ordering of significant conflict and a new gallop opinion shows over 79% of Americas agree.

 

The US military has moved the aircraft carrier from Persian Gulf in the Arabian Sea to further support operation in Afghanistan. US secretary of defense Robert Gates says the move is part of American commitment to ensure the command have the resorces available to be successful in Afghanistan for a little long term. An unnamed US navy official the shift way from Iraq comes after a number of foreign troop’s casualties in Afghanistan exceeded those in Iraq for two consecutive in a month. June was the deadly month for foreign forces in Afghanistan since 2001 with at least 45 men killed compared with 31 in Iraq.

 

Talks not ending on the North Korea Nuclear Program are to resume this week in Beijing after being on holds since last year. Denial Sherriff reports from Beijing.

 

China’s foreign ministry says the negotiators from six nations will meet on Thursday to discuss North Korea nuclear weapons programs. Negotiation has been on hold over in the past 9 months and North Korea was preparing a definition of its nuclear facilities. It admitted definition last month. In return, the United States is removing North Korea from a list of state response terrorism and it’s lifting some sanctions against exclusive nation. The spokesman for China’s ministry, Qin Gang said Tuesday the talks has been scheduled for three days, but could go longer if more program is made.

 

He said they hoped the delegations achieve progress and the talks will be beneficial pushing forward the next stage of negotiations. This weeks’ talks, however, are likely to face the problems. Washington says Pyongyang has several nuclear bombs and secret uranium program, but North Korea didn’t include either in its declaration. Pyongyang is demanding in receive promised aid and diplomatic concentives before dismantling more facilities. Denial Sherriff, for VOA News, Beijing.

 

And I’m John Dryden from Washington reminding you that you can always get more news on our internet website at VOAnews.com.

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

 

Leaders of the world's eight major industrialized nations have set a goal of cutting worldwide emissions of greenhouse gas in half by the year 2050. Japanese Prime Yasuo Fukuda who is hosting the Group of Eight summit at a resort on the  northern island of Hokkaido announced the deal on Tuesday. Critics said the statement is too vague and the time frame too wide. A British official with the environmental group Green Peace said leaders of  the richest countries failed to set  badly-needed targets to slash their carbon emissions.

The United States has imposed financial sanctions against six Iranian individuals and five companies for alledged ties to the country's nuclear and missile programs. U.S. officials confirm meanwhile that overall trade with Iran has been increasing. VOA's David Gollust reports from the State Department.

 

The Bush administration is expanding its blacklist of Iranian firms and individuals linked to proliferation activities even while acknowledging the trade with  Iran, mainly in food and medicine, has grown sharply since 2001. Five Iranian companies are being added to a sanctions list as well as six individuals including a nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahadbadi  and Iran has refused to allow him to be interviewed by the International Atomic Energy Agency about his work with the physics center. The listing forbids U.S business dealings with Iranian companies and individuals and freezes any assets they may have  in U.S. banks. Acting State Department spokesman Gonzalo Gallegos  said their proliferation involvement has now been exposed worldwide. "The government of Iran uses its firms and individuals to hide behind as they try and develop their nuclear program." David Gollust, VOA news, the State Department.

 

Iraqi officials are increasing pressure on the United States to agree to a specific timetable for the withdrawal of U.S.-led forces from Iraq. Iraqi national security advisor Mouwaffak al-Rubaie  said Tuesday that Baghdad will reject any security deal with Washington that does not include such a timetable. Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki publicly proposed a troop pullout timetable for the first time on Monday. The Bush administration opposes the saying  withdrawal deadline and says troop pullout should be dictated by security conditions in Iraq.

 

Two former U.S. Secretaries of States are now recommending the United States change how it decides to go to war. They say the president should be required by law to consult with congress before ordering a significant armed conflict. A new Gallup opinion poll shows 79% of Americans agree.

 

The U.S. military has moved an aircraft carrier from Persian Gulf to the Arabian Sea to further support its operations in Afghanistan. U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said the move is part of the U.S. commitment to ensure the commanders have resources available to be successful in Afghanistan over the long term. Unnamed U.S. navy officials said the shift away from Iraq comes after the number of foreign troop casualties in Afghanistan exceeded those in Iraq for two consecutive months. June was the deadliest month for foreign forces in Afghanistan since 2001 with at least 45 of them killed, compared to 31 in Iraq.

 

Talks on ending North Korea's nuclear programs are to resume this week in Beijing after being on hold since last year. Daniel Schearf reports from Beijing.

 

China's Foreign Ministry says  negotiators from six nations will meet Thursday to discuss North Korea's nuclear weapons programs. Negotiations have bee on hold for the past nine months while North Korea was preparing a declaration of its nuclear facilities. It's submitted the declaration last time. In return, the United States is removing North Korea from a list of states that sponsored terrorism and lifting some sanctions against the reclusive nation. A spokesman for  China's Foreign Ministry, Qin Gang, said Tuesday the talks had been scheduled for three days, but could go longer if more progress is made. He says they hope the delegations achieve progress and the talks will be beneficial to pushing forward to the next stage of negotiations. This week's talks, however, are likely to face problems. Washington says Pyongyang has several nuclear bombs and a secret nuclear enrichment program. But North Korea did not include either   in its declaration. Pyongyang is demanding it receive promised aid and diplomatic incentives before it dismantles any further facilities. Daniel Schearf for VOA news, Beijing.

 

And I am John Dryden in Washington. Reminding you that you can always get more news on our internet website at voanews.com.


 

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

 

Leaders of the world eight major industrialized nations have set a goal of cutting worldwide emissions of greenhouse gases in half by the year 2050.Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda  who was hosting the Group of Eight Summit at a resort on the northern island of Hokkaido announced the deal on Tuesday.Critics said the statement was too vague and the timeframe too wide.A British official with envormental Green Peace said leaders of the richest countries fell to set badly needed stort-term targets to slash their carbon emissions. 

 

United States has imposed financial sanctions against 6 Iranian individuals and 5 companies for allege ties to the country's nuclear and missile programs. U.S. official's confirm meanwhile that overall trade with Iran has been increasing. VOA David Gollust reports, from the State Department.

 

The Bush Administration is expanding its blacklist to Iranian firms and individuals

linked to proliferation activities. Even ? acknowledge the trade with Iran mainly in food and medicine has grown shapely since 2001. 5 Iranians and companies are being add to a sanctions list as well as 6 individuals including an unclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahabadi, and Iran has refused to allow him to be interviewed by the International Atomic Energy Agency about his work with the physics center. The listing forbids U.S. business dealings with the Iranian companies and individuals and freezes any assets they may have in US banks. Acting State Department spokesman Gonzalo Gallegos said their proliferation involvement has now been exposed worldwide."The governors of Iran uses firms and individuals to hide behind as they try and develop their nuclear program." David Gollust ,VOA News, the State Department.

 

The Iraqi officials are increasing pressure on the United States to agree to a specific timetable for the withdraw of U.S.-led forces from Iraq. Iraqi National Security Advisor Muvaffak al-Rubaie said Tuesday that Blackguard will reject any security deal with Washington that does not include such a timetable. Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri  al-Maliki publically proposed the troop pullout timetable for the first time on Monday. The Bush Ministeration opposes setting withdraw deadline, and says troop pullout should be dictated by security conditions in Iraq.

 

Two former U.S. Secretaries of State are now recommending the United States change how it decides to go to war. They say the president should be required by law to consult with congress before ordering a significant arm conflict. A new gallop opinion poll shows 79% of the Americans agree. The U.S. military has moved an aircraft carrier from the P Gulf to the Arabian Sea to further support its operation in Afghanistan. U.S. Secretary of Denfense Robert Gates said the move is part of the U.S. committment to ensure that commanders have the resource valiable to be successful in Afghanistan over the long term. An unnamed U.S. Nevy Official said the shift way from Iraq comes after the number of foreign troops causalty in Afghistan exceeded those in Iraq for 2 consecutive months. June was the deadliest month for foreign forces in Afghanistan since 2001 with at least 45 of them killed compared with 31 in Iraq.

 

Talks on ending North Korea's nuclear program are to resume this week in Beijing after being unhold since last year. / reports from Beijing.


China's Foreign Ministry says negotiators from 6 nations will meet Thursday to discuss North Korea's nuclear weaopon's programs.  Negotiations have been unhold for the past 9 months while North Korea was  preparing a declaration of its nuclear facilities. It's admitted the declaration last month. In return, the United States is removing North Korea from a list of states that sponsor terriorism and is lifting some sanctions against the reclusive  nation. A spokesman for China's Foreign Ministry Qin Gang said Tuesday the talks have been scheduled for 3 days, but could go longer if more progress is made. He says they hope the delegations achieve progress and talks will be beneficial to pushing forward to the next stage of negotiations. This week's talk, however, are likely to face problems. Washington said Pyongyang has several nuclear bombs and a secrety uranium enrichment program. But North Korea did not include either in its declaration. Pyongyang is demanding yet receive promised aid and diplomatic incentives before it dismantles any more facilities.Danial Sharf for VOA News, Beijing. And I'm John Dryden in Washington reminding that you can always get more new on our internet website at voanews.com.o

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

 

Leaders of the world's eight major industrialized nations have set a goal of cutting worldwide emissions of greenhouse gases in half by the year 2050.Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda who was hosting the Group of Eight Summit at the resort on the northern island of Hokkaido announced the deal on Tuesday. Critics said the statement was too vague and the timeframe too wide. A British official with the environmental group Green Peace said leaders of the richest countries failed to set /back/ /the/ badly needed short-term targets to slash their carbon emissions.

 

United States has imposed financial sanctions against 6 Iranian individuals and 5 companies for alleged ties to the country's nuclear and missile programs. U.S. official's confirmed meanwhile that overall trade with Iran has been increasing. VOA's David Gollust reports, from the State Department.

 

The Bush Administration is expanding its blacklist to Iranian firms and individuals' link to proliferation activities. Even more acknowledging betrayed with Iran mainly in food and medicine has grown shapely since 2001. 5 Iranian /and/ companies are being added to a sanction’s list as well as 6 individuals including a nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahabadi, and Iran has refused to allow him to be interviewed by the International Atomic Energy Agency about his work with the physics center. But listing forbid U.S. business dealings with the Iranian companies and individuals and freeze in the assets they may have in US banks. Acting State Department spokesman Gonzalo Gallegos said their proliferation involvement has now been exposed worldwide."The governors in Iran uses firms and individuals to hide behind as they try and develop their nuclear program." David Gollust ,VOA News, the State Department.

 

/The/ Iraqi officials are increasing pressure on the United States to agree to a specific timetable for the withdrawal of U.S.-led forces from Iraq. Iraqi National Security Advisor Muvaffak al-Rubaie said Tuesday that Baghdad will reject any security deal with Washington, but does not include such a timetable. Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki publicly proposed their troop pull out timetable for the first time on Monday. The Bush Administration opposed the saying withdrawal deadline, and says troop pull out should be dictated by security conditions in Iraq. Two former U.S. Secretaries of State are now recommending the United States change how it decides to go to war. They say the president should be required by law to consult with congress before ordering a significant armed conflict. A new gallop opinion poll shows 79% of the Americans agree. The U.S. military has moved in aircraft carrier from the Persian Gulf to the Arabian Sea to further support its operation in Afghanistan. U.S. Secretary of Defence Robert Gates said the move is part of the U.S. commitment to ensure that commanders have the resources available to be successful in Afghanistan over the long term. Unamed U.S. Navy Official said the shift way from Iraq comes after the number of foreign troop’s casualties in Afghanistan exceeded those in Iraq for 2 consecutive months. June was the deadly month for foreign forces in Afghanistan since 2001 with at least 45 of them killed compared with 31 in Iraq.

 

Talks on ending North Korea's nuclear programs are to resume this week in Beijing after being on holds since last year. Denial Sherriff reports from Beijing.

 

 China's Foreign Ministry says negotiators from 6 nations will meet Thursday to discuss North Korea's nuclear weapons' programs. Negotiations have been on hold for the past 9 months while North Korea was preparing a declaration of its nuclear facilities. It's admitted the declaration last month. In return, the United States is removing North Korea from a list of states that sponsor terrorism and is lifting some sanctions against the recluse of nation. A spokesman for China's Foreign Ministry Qin Gang said Tuesday the talks have been scheduled for 3 days, but could go longer if more progress is made. He says they hope the delegations achieve progress and the talks will be beneficial to pushing forward to the next stage of negotiations. This week's talk, however, are likely to face problems. Washington said Pyongyang has several nuclear bombs and a secret Uranium enrichment program. But North Korea did not include either in its declaration. Pyongyang is demanding it receive promised aid and diplomatic centers before adjustment any more facilities. Denial Sherriff for VOA News, Beijing.

 

 And I'm John Dryden in Washington reminding you that you can always get more news on our internet website at voanews.com.

 

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

 

Leaders of the world eight major industrialized nations have set a goal of cutting worldwide emissions of greenhouse gases in half by the year 2050.Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda  who was hosting the Group of Eight Summit had a result on the northern island of Hokkaido announced the deal on Tuesday. Critics said the statement was too vague and the timeframe too wide. A British official with environmental green peace said leaders of the richest countries fail to set back the needed short-term targets to slash, their carbon emissions. 

 

United States has imposed financial sanctions against 6 Iranian individuals and 5 companies for allege ties to the country's nuclear and missile programs. U.S. officials confirm meanwhile that overall trade with Iran has been increasing. VOA David Gollust reports, from the State Department.

 

The Bush Administration is expanding its blacklist to Iranian in forms and individual's

link to proliferation activities. Even wild acknowledge the trade with Iran mainly in food and medicine has grown in shapely since 2001. 5 Iranian s and companies are being added to a sanctions list as well as 6 individuals including an unclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahabadi, and Iran has refused to allow him to be interviewed by the International Atomic Energy Agency about his work with the physics center. The listing forbid U.S. business dealings with the Iranian companies and individuals and freeze in the  assets they may have in US banks. The Acting State Department spokesman Gonzalo Gallegos said their proliferation involvement has now been exposed worldwide. "The governor of Iran uses firms and individuals to hide behind as they try and develop their nuclear program." David Gollust ,VOA News, the State Department.

 

The Iraqi officials are increasing pressure on the United States to agree to its specific  timetable for the withdrew of U.S.-led forces from Iraq. Iraqi National Security Advisor Muvaffak al-Rubaie said Tuesday that Blackguard will reject any security deal with Washington, but that's not include such a timetable. Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri  al-Maliki publicly proposed their troop pull out timetable for the first time on Monday. The Bush administration impose of setting withdrew deadline, and says troop pull out should dictated by security conditions in Iraq.

 

Two former U.S. Secretary of State are now recommending the United States change how it decides to go to war. They say the president should be required by law to consult with congress before ordering a significant arm conflict. A new Gallpop opinion poll shows 79% of the Americans agree. The U.S. military has moved in aircraft carrier from the Persian Gulf to the Arabian sea to further support its operations in Afghanistan. U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said the move is part of the U.S. commitment to ensure that commands have the resources available to be successful in Afghanistan over the long term. A named U.S. Navy Official said the shift way from Iraq comes after the number of foreign troops casualty in Afghanistan exceeded those in Iraq for 2 consecutive months. June was as deadly a month for foreign forces in Afghanistan since 2001 with at least 45 of them killed compared with 31 in Iraq.

 

Talks on ending North Korea's nuclear programs are to resume this week in Beijing after being on hold since last year. Danial Sharf reports from Beijing.

China's Foreign Ministry says negotiators from 6 nations will meet Thursday to discuss North Korea's nuclear weapons programs.  Negotiations have been on hold for the past 9 months while North Korea was  preparing a declaration of its nuclear facilities. It's admitted the declaration last month. In return, the United States is removing North Korea from a list of states that sponsor terrorism and is lifting some sanctions against the reclusive nation. A spokesman for China's Foreign Ministry Qin Gang said Tuesday the talks have been scheduled for 3 days, but could go longer if more progress is made. He say they hope the delegations achieve progress and talks will be beneficial to pushing forward to the next stage of negotiations. This week's talk, however, are likely to face problems. Washington said Pyongyang has several nuclear bombs and a secret uranium enrichment program. But North Korea did not include either in its declaration. Pyongyang is a demanding it receive promised aid and diplomatic consentives before dismantle any more facilities .Danial Sharf for VOA News, Beijing. And I'm John Dryden in Washington reminding you that you can always get more news on our internet website at voanews.com.

[ 本帖最后由 yoyogo 于 2008-7-9 16:57 编辑 ]
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I'm John Dryden from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Leaders of the world's eight major industrialized nations have set a goal of cutting worldwide emissions of greenhouse gases in half by the year 2050. Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda who was hosting the Group of Eight Summit at the resort on the northern island of Hokkaido announced the deal on Tuesday. Critics said the statement was too vague and the timeframe too wide. A British official with the environmental group Green Peace said the leaders of the richest countries failed to set badly needed short-term targets to slash their carbon emissions.

 

United States has imposed financial sanctions against 6 Iranian individuals and 5 companies for alleged ties to the country's nuclear and missile programs. U.S. officials confirmed meanwhile that overall trade with Iran has been increasing. VOA's David Gollust reports, from the State Department.

 

The Bush Administration is expanding its blacklist to Iranian firms and individuals' link to proliferation activities. Even more acknowledging betrayed with Iran mainly in food and medicine has grown sharply since 2001. 5 Iranian companies are being added to a sanction’s list as well as 6 individuals including a nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahabadi, and Iran has refused to allow him to be interviewed by the International Atomic Energy Agency about his work with the physics center. But the listing forbids U.S. business dealings with the Iranian companies and individuals and freezes in the assets they may have in US banks. Acting State Department spokesman Gonzalo Gallegos said their proliferation involvement has now been exposed worldwide." The governor/s/ in Iran uses firms and individuals to hide behind as they try and develop their nuclear program." David Gollust, VOA News, the State Department.

 

Iraqi officials are increasing pressure on the United States to agree to a specific timetable for the withdrawal of U.S.-led forces from Iraq. Iraqi National Security Advisor Muvaffak al-Rubaie said Tuesday that Baghdad will reject any security deal with Washington, but does not include such a timetable. Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki publicly proposed their troop pull out timetable for the first time on Monday. The Bush Administration opposed the saying withdrawal deadline, and says troop pull out should be dictated by security conditions in Iraq. Two former U.S. Secretaries of State are now recommending the United States change how it decides to go to war. They say the president should be required by law to consult with congress before ordering a significant armed conflict. A new gallop opinion poll shows 79% of the Americans agree. The U.S. military has moved in aircraft carrier from the Persian Gulf to the Arabian Sea to further support its operation in Afghanistan. U.S. Secretary of Defence Robert Gates said the move is part of the U.S. commitment to ensure that commanders have the resources available to be successful in Afghanistan a little long term. Unnamed U.S. Navy Official said the shift away from Iraq comes after the number of foreign troop’s casualties in Afghanistan exceeded those in Iraq for 2 consecutive months. June was the deadliest month for foreign forces in Afghanistan since 2001 with at least 45 of them killed compared with 31 in Iraq.

 

Talks on ending North Korea's nuclear programs are to resume this week in Beijing after being on holds since last year. Denial Sherriff reports from Beijing.

 

 China's Foreign Ministry says negotiators from 6 nations will meet Thursday to discuss North Korea's nuclear weapons' programs. Negotiations have been on hold for the past 9 months while North Korea was preparing a declaration of its nuclear facilities. It's admitted the declaration last month. In return, the United States is removing North Korea from a list of states that sponsor terrorism and is lifting some sanctions against the recluse of nation. A spokesman for China's Foreign Ministry Qin Gang said Tuesday the talks have been scheduled for 3 days, but could go longer if more progress is made. He says they hope the delegations achieve progress and the talks will be beneficial to pushing forward to the next stage of negotiations. This week's talk, however, are likely to face problems. Washington said Pyongyang has several nuclear bombs and a secret Uranium enrichment program. But North Korea did not include either in its declaration. Pyongyang is demanding it receive promised aid and diplomatic incentives before it dismantles any more facilities. Denial Sherriff for VOA News, Beijing.

 

And I'm John Dryden in Washington reminding you that you can always get more news on our internet website at voanews.com.

 

 

 

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

Leaders of the world's eight major industrialized nations have set a goal of cutting worldwide emissions of greenhouse gases in half by the year 2050. Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda who was hosting the Group of Eight Summit at the resort on the northern island of Hokkaido announced the deal on Tuesday. Critics said the statement was too vague and the timeframe too wide. A British official with the environmental group Green Peace said leaders of the richest countries failed to set badly needed short-term targets to slash their carbon emissions.

United States has imposed financial sanctions against 6 Iranian individuals and 5 companies for alleged ties to the country's nuclear and missile programs. U.S. officials confirmed meanwhile that overall trade with Iran has been increasing. VOA's David Gollust reports, from the State Department.

The Bush Administration is expanding its blacklist to Iranian firms and individuals' link to proliferation activities. Even more acknowledging betrayed with Iran mainly in food and medicine has grown sharply since 2001. 5 Iranian companies are being added to a sanction’s list as well as 6 individuals including a nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahabadi, and Iran has refused to allow him to be interviewed by the International Atomic Energy Agency about his work with the physics center. But the listing forbids U.S. business dealings with the Iranian companies and individuals and freezes in the assets they may have in US banks. Acting State Department spokesman Gonzalo Gallegos said their proliferation involvement has now been exposed worldwide." The governor/s/ in Iran uses firms and individuals to hide behind as they try and develop their nuclear program." David Gollust, VOA News, the State Department.

Iraqi officials are increasing pressure on the United States to agree to a specific timetable for the withdrawal of U.S.-led forces from Iraq. Iraqi National Security Advisor Muvaffak al-Rubaie said Tuesday that Baghdad will reject any security deal with Washington, but does not include such a timetable. Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki publicly proposed their troop pull out timetable for the first time on Monday. The Bush Administration opposed the saying withdrawal deadline, and says troop pull out should be dictated by security conditions in Iraq. Two former U.S. Secretaries of State are now recommending the United States change how it decides to go to war. They say the president should be required by law to consult with congress before ordering a significant armed conflict. A new gallop opinion poll shows 79% of the Americans agree. The U.S. military has moved in aircraft carrier from the Persian Gulf to the Arabian Sea to further support its operations in Afghanistan. U.S. Secretary of Defence Robert Gates said the move is part of the U.S. commitment to ensure that commanders have the resources available to be successful in Afghanistan over the long term. Unnamed U.S. Navy Official said the shift away from Iraq comes after the number of foreign troop’s casualties in Afghanistan exceeded those in Iraq for 2 consecutive months. June was the deadliest month for foreign forces in Afghanistan since 2001 with at least 45 of them killed compared with 31 in Iraq.

Talks on ending North Korea's nuclear programs are to resume this week in Beijing after being on holds since last year. Denial Sherriff reports from Beijing.

 China's Foreign Ministry says negotiators from 6 nations will meet Thursday to discuss North Korea's nuclear weapons' programs. Negotiations have been on hold for the past 9 months while North Korea was preparing a declaration of its nuclear facilities. It's admitted the declaration last month. In return, the United States is removing North Korea from a list of states that sponsor terrorism and is lifting some sanctions against the recluse of nation. A spokesman for China's Foreign Ministry Qin Gang said Tuesday the talks have been scheduled for 3 days, but could go longer if more progress is made. He says they hope the delegations achieve progress and the talks will be beneficial to pushing forward to the next stage of negotiations. This week's talk, however, are likely to face problems. Washington said Pyongyang has several nuclear bombs and a secret Uranium enrichment program. But North Korea did not include either in its declaration. Pyongyang is demanding it receive promised aid and diplomatic incentives before it dismantles any more facilities. Denial Sherriff for VOA News, Beijing.

And I'm John Dryden in Washington reminding you that you can always get more news on our internet website at voanews.com.

[ 本帖最后由 yoyogo 于 2008-7-9 17:01 编辑 ]
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I am John Dryden from the VOA News Center in Washinton.

 

Leaders of the world's eight major industrialized nations have set a goal of cutting worldwide emissions of greenhouse gases in half by the year 2050. Japanese Prime Yasuo Fukuda who is hosting the Group of Eight summit at a resort on the  northern island of Hokkaido announced the deal on Tuesday. Critics said the statement is too vague and the time frame too wide. A British official with the environmental group Green Peace said leaders of  the richest countries failed to set  badly-needed short-term targets to slash their carbon emissions.

 

The United States has imposed financial sanctions against six Iranian individuals and five companies for alledged ties to the country's nuclear and missile programs. U.S. officials confirm meanwhile that overall trade with Iran has been increasing. VOA's David Gollust reports from the State Department.

 

The Bush administration is expanding its blacklist of Iranian firms and individuals linked to proliferation activities even while acknowledging the trade with  Iran, mainly in food and medicine, has grown sharply since 2001. Five Iranian companies are being added to a sanctions list as well as six individuals including a nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahadbadi  and Iran has refused to allow him to be interviewed by the International Atomic Energy Agency about his work with the physics center. The listing forbids U.S business dealings with Iranian companies and individuals and freezes any assets they may have  in U.S. banks. Acting State Department spokesman Gonzalo Gallegos  said their proliferation involvement has now been exposed worldwide. "The government of Iran uses its firms and individuals to hide behind as they try and develop their nuclear program." David Gollust, VOA news, the State Department.

 

Iraqi officials are increasing pressure on the United States to agree to a specific timetable for the withdrawal of U.S.-led forces from Iraq. Iraqi national security advisor Mouwaffak al-Rubaie  said Tuesday that Baghdad will reject any security deal with Washington that does not include such a timetable. Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki publicly proposed a troop pullout timetable for the first time on Monday. The Bush administration opposes saying  withdrawal deadline and says troop pullout should be dictated by security conditions in Iraq.

 

Two former U.S. Secretaries of States are now recommending the United States change how it decides to go to war. They say the president should be required by law to consult with congress before ordering a significant armed conflict. A new Gallup opinion poll shows 79% of Americans agree.

 

The U.S. military has moved an aircraft carrier from Persian Gulf to the Arabian Sea to further support its operations in Afghanistan. U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said the move is part of the U.S. commitment to ensure the commanders have resources available to be successful in Afghanistan over the long term. Unnamed U.S. navy officials said the shift away from Iraq comes after the number of foreign troop casualties in Afghanistan exceeded those in Iraq for two consecutive months. June was the deadliest month for foreign forces in Afghanistan since 2001 with at least 45 of them killed, compared to 31 in Iraq.

 

Talks on ending North Korea's nuclear programs are to resume this week in Beijing after being on hold since last year. Daniel Schearf reports from Beijing.

 

China's Foreign Ministry says  negotiators from six nations will meet Thursday to discuss North Korea's nuclear weapons programs. Negotiations have bee on hold for the past nine months while North Korea was preparing a declaration of its nuclear facilities. It's submitted the declaration last time. In return, the United States is removing North Korea from a list of states that sponsored terrorism and is lifting some sanctions against the reclusive nation. A spokesman for  China's Foreign Ministry, Qin Gang, said Tuesday the talks had been scheduled for three days, but could go longer if more progress is made. He says they hope the delegations achieve progress and the talks will be beneficial to pushing forward to the next stage of negotiations. This week's talks, however, are likely to face problems. Washington says Pyongyang has several nuclear bombs and a secret uranium enrichment program. But North Korea did not include either   in its declaration. Pyongyang is demanding it receive promised aid and diplomatic incentives before it dismantles any further facilities. Daniel Schearf for VOA news, Beijing.

 

And I am John Dryden in Washington. Reminding you that you can always get more news on our internet website at voanews.com.


 

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

 

Leaders of the world's eight major industrialized nations have set a goal of cutting worldwide emissions of greenhouse gases in half by the year 2050. Japanese Prime Yasuo Fukuda who is hosting the Group of Eight summit at a resort on the  northern island of Hokkaido announced the deal on Tuesday. Critics said the statement is too vague and the time frame too wide. A British official with the environmental group Green Peace said leaders of  the richest countries failed to set  badly-needed short-term targets to slash their carbon emissions.

 

The United States has imposed financial sanctions against six Iranian individuals and five companies for alledged ties to the country's nuclear and missile programs. U.S. officials confirm meanwhile that overall trade with Iran has been increasing. VOA's David Gollust reports from the State Department.

 

The Bush administration is expanding its blacklist of Iranian firms and individuals linked to proliferation activities even while acknowledging the trade with  Iran, mainly in food and medicine, has grown sharply since 2001. Five Iranian companies are being added to a sanctions list as well as six individuals including a nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahadbadi  and Iran has refused to allow him to be interviewed by the International Atomic Energy Agency about his work with the physics center. The listing forbids U.S business dealings with Iranian companies and individuals and freezes any assets they may have  in U.S. banks. Acting State Department spokesman Gonzalo Gallegos  said their proliferation involvement has now been exposed worldwide. "The government of Iran uses its firms and individuals to hide behind as they try and develop their nuclear program." David Gollust, VOA news, the State Department.

 

Iraqi officials are increasing pressure on the United States to agree to a specific timetable for the withdrawal of U.S.-led forces from Iraq. Iraqi national security advisor Mouwaffak al-Rubaie  said Tuesday that Baghdad will reject any security deal with Washington that does not include such a timetable. Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki publicly proposed a troop pullout timetable for the first time on Monday. The Bush administration opposes saying  withdrawal deadline and says troop pullout should be dictated by security conditions in Iraq.

 

Two former U.S. Secretaries of States are now recommending the United States change how it decides to go to war. They say the president should be required by law to consult with congress before ordering a significant armed conflict. A new Gallup opinion poll shows 79% of Americans agree.

 

The U.S. military has moved an aircraft carrier from Persian Gulf to the Arabian Sea to further support its operations in Afghanistan. U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said the move is part of the U.S. commitment to ensure the commanders have resources available to be successful in Afghanistan over the long term. Unnamed U.S. navy officials said the shift away from Iraq comes after the number of foreign troop casualties in Afghanistan exceeded those in Iraq for two consecutive months. June was the deadliest month for foreign forces in Afghanistan since 2001 with at least 45 of them killed, compared to 31 in Iraq.

 

Talks on ending North Korea's nuclear programs are to resume this week in Beijing after being on hold since last year. Daniel Schearf reports from Beijing.

 

China's Foreign Ministry says  negotiators from six nations will meet Thursday to discuss North Korea's nuclear weapons programs. Negotiations have bee on hold for the past nine months while North Korea was preparing a declaration of its nuclear facilities. It's submitted the declaration last time. In return, the United States is removing North Korea from a list of states that sponsored terrorism and is lifting some sanctions against the reclusive nation. A spokesman for  China's Foreign Ministry, Qin Gang, said Tuesday the talks had been scheduled for three days, but could go longer if more progress is made. He says they hope the delegations achieve progress and the talks will be beneficial to pushing forward to the next stage of negotiations. This week's talks, however, are likely to face problems. Washington says Pyongyang has several nuclear bombs and a secret uranium enrichment program. But North Korea did not include either   in its declaration. Pyongyang is demanding it receive promised aid and diplomatic incentives before it dismantles any more facilities. Daniel Schearf for VOA news, Beijing.

 

And I am John Dryden in Washington. Reminding you that you can always get more news on our internet website at voanews.com.

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

 

Leaders of the world's eight major industrialized nations have set a goal of cutting worldwide emissions of greenhouse gases in half by the year 2050. Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda who is hosting the Group of Eight summit at a resort on the  northern island of Hokkaido announced the deal on Tuesday. Critics said the statement is too vague and the timeframe too wide. A British official with the environmental group Green Peace said leaders of  the richest countries failed to set  badly-needed short-term targets to slash their carbon emissions.

 

The United States has imposed financial sanctions against six Iranian individuals and five companies for alleged ties to the country's nuclear and missile programs. U.S. officials confirm meanwhile that overall trade with Iran has been increasing. VOA's David Gollust reports from the State Department.

 

The Bush administration is expanding its blacklist of Iranian firms and individuals linked to proliferation activities even while acknowledging the trade with  Iran, mainly in food and medicine, has grown sharply since 2001. Five Iranian companies are being added to a sanctions list as well as six individuals including a nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahadbadi  and Iran has refused to allow him to be interviewed by the International Atomic Energy Agency about his work with the physics center. The listing forbids U.S business dealings with Iranian companies and individuals and freezes any assets they may have  in U.S. banks. Acting State Department spokesman Gonzalo Gallegos  said their proliferation involvement has now been exposed worldwide. "The government of Iran uses its firms and individuals to hide behind as they try and develop their nuclear program." David Gollust, VOA news, the State Department.

 

Iraqi officials are increasing pressure on the United States to agree to a specific timetable for the withdrawal of U.S.-led forces from Iraq. Iraqi national security advisor Mouwaffak al-Rubaie  said Tuesday that Baghdad will reject any security deal with Washington that does not include such a timetable. Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki publicly proposed a troop pullout timetable for the first time on Monday. The Bush administration opposes saying  withdrawal deadline and says troop pullout should be dictated by security conditions in Iraq.

 

Two former U.S. Secretaries of States are now recommending the United States change how it decides to go to war. They say the president should be required by law to consult with congress before ordering a significant armed conflict. A new Gallup opinion poll shows 79% of Americans agree.

 

The U.S. military has moved an aircraft carrier from Persian Gulf to the Arabian Sea to further support its operations in Afghanistan. U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said the move is part of the U.S. commitment to ensure the commanders have resources available to be successful in Afghanistan over the long term. Unnamed U.S. navy officials said the shift away from Iraq comes after the number of foreign troop casualties in Afghanistan exceeded those in Iraq for two consecutive months. June was the deadliest month for foreign forces in Afghanistan since 2001 with at least 45 of them killed, compared to 31 in Iraq.

 

Talks on ending North Korea's nuclear programs are to resume this week in Beijing after being on hold since last year. Daniel Schearf reports from Beijing.

 

China's Foreign Ministry says  negotiators from six nations will meet Thursday to discuss North Korea's nuclear weapons programs. Negotiations have been on hold for the past nine months while North Korea was preparing a declaration of its nuclear facilities. It's submitted the declaration last time. In return, the United States is removing North Korea from a list of states that sponsored terrorism and is lifting some sanctions against the reclusive nation. A spokesman for  China's Foreign Ministry, Qin Gang, said Tuesday the talks had been scheduled for three days, but could go longer if more progress is made. He says they hope the delegations achieve progress and the talks will be beneficial to pushing forward to the next stage of negotiations. This week's talks, however, are likely to face problems. Washington says Pyongyang has several nuclear bombs and a secret uranium enrichment program. But North Korea did not include either   in its declaration. Pyongyang is demanding it receive promised aid and diplomatic incentives before it dismantles any more facilities. Daniel Schearf for VOA news, Beijing.

 

And I am John Dryden in Washington. Reminding you that you can always get more news on our internet website at voanews.com.

[ 本帖最后由 yoyogo 于 2008-7-10 08:25 编辑 ]
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I am John Dragon from the Voa Center in Washington.

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