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【整理】VOA 2008-07-11                 【整理人】yoyogo

 

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

 

The United States and Israel are warning Tehran that they will defend themselves if threatened in response to barrage of Iranian missile tests. Israel's Defense Minister Ehud Barak says Israel is focusing on diplomacy with Iran, but he says Israel is not afraid to take actions if its later security interests are threatened. U.S Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice issued a similar warning. The developments came after Iran fired another round of long-range missiles, the second such test in the past two days. VOA's Sonja Pace has more from London.

 

Iran tested yet more missiles overnight. Iranian state television showed pictures of missiles streaking through the night sky. Iranian media said the test launch included medium and long range missiles and torpedoes. Reports said the weapons were fired from ships in the Persian Gulf and from on the ground. This was the second such test within two days. On Wednesday, Iran  reported firing 9 test missiles, including the long range Shahab-3, which it says has a range of 2000 kilometers and could reach Israel and other U.S. allies in the Middle East and South Asia. The commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guards says the missile tests show Tehran's strength against its enemies. Iran has repeatedly said it is prepared to guard against or retaliate harshly to attacks that it says Israel and the United States are planning against Iranian nuclear facilities. Sonja Pace, VOA news, London.

 

Turkish Prime Miniter Recep Erdogan  says both Baghdad and Iraq's Kurdish regional government have pledged their support in Ankara's fight against Kurdish rebels based in northern Iraq. Mr. Erdogan during a visit to Baghdad said the rebels who launch attacks on Turkey from bases in Iraq threaten not only those countries but the entire region. But he said leaders will not allow the rebels of the Kurdistan Workers Party to poison relations between Iraq and Turkey.

 

Israeli troops have killed an unarmed Palestinian along the border with the Gaza Strip in the first fatal incident since Israel signed a truce with Hamas last month. The Army says soldiers shot the Palestinian after he ignored orders to stop walking toward a border crossing. The troops later discovered the teenage was unarmed.

 

President Bush has signed a legislation expanding the U.S. government's surveillance powers. VOA's  Paula Wolfson reports from the White House the measure also protests telecommunications companies from lawsuits stemming from assistance they provide to help track potential terrorist suspects.

 

One day after the bill cleared congress the president signed it into law. "Today I am pleased to sign a landmark legislation that is vital  to the security of our people." The measure is the most extensive revision of  U.S. surveillance law in 30 years. It is designed to enable intelligence agencies to move quickly to monitor communications involving terror suspects, in some cases without a special court warrant. The president says it will give the United States a much-needed tool to track terrorists abroad while respecting liberties at home. It includes a controversial provision that he has deemed essential: legal immunity for telephone companies that have voluntarily cooperated with such wiretaps since the September 11th 2001 attacks on the United States. In the end, most members of the legislature acknowledged that without the grant of  immunity, telephone companies would be reluctant to cooperate with further emergency wiretaps. Paula Wolfson, VOA news, the White House.

 

The U.S. envoy to the six nation talks on dismantling North Korea's nuclear program say negotiators have reached an agreement on principle for verifying Pyongyang's disarmament.  U.S. Assistance Secretary of State Christopher Hill told reporters in Beijing the parties  agreed on the mechanism  for determining whether or not North Korea is hiding any nuclear material. But he said a lot of work still has to be done.

 

The India's prime minister is seeking a vote of confidence in parliament to determine both the fate of India-coalition government and its proposed nuclear deal with the U.S..  Prime Minister Singh met the president on Thursday to formally request the confidence vote.

 

I am Robert, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

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

 

The United States and Israel are warning Iran they will defend themselves since threat didn’t respond to B and Iranian missile tests. Israel’s Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz says Israel is focusing on diplomacy with Iran, but he says Israel is not afraid to take action if its later security interest are threatened. U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice issued similar warning. The developments came after Iran fired another round of long-range missiles-the second such test in the past 2 days. VOA’s Suzanne Presto says more from London.

 

Iran tested yet more missiles over night, Iranian state television showed pictures of missiles striking through the night sky. Iranian media said the test launch included media, men, long-range missiles and torpedoes. Reports said the weapons will fired from the ships in the Penging Golf and from the ground. This was the second such test within 2 days, on Wednesday, Iran reported firing 9 test missiles including the long-range Habbo 3, which it said has a range of  2,000 kilometers and could reach Israel and other U.S. allies in the Middle East and South Asia.  The commander of Israel’s Revolutionary Guard says the missile test shows Iran’s strength against its enemies. Iran has repeatedly said it is prepared to guard against all retaliate hazily to attack that it’s said Israel and the United States are planning against Iranian nuclear facilities. Suzanne Presto, VOA News, London.

 

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan says both baghdad and Iraq’s C regional government are pledge their support in A ‘s  fight against Turkish rivals ,they still know that in Iraq. Mr. R during a visit to baghdad says the rivals has launched the attack on Turkish from bases in Iraq, threaten not only those countries but the entire region. But he said leaders will not allow the rivals of the Turkistan Workers Party to pouring relations between Iraq and Turkish.

 

Israel troops have killed an on armed Palestinian along the border with the / GS in the first / incident since Israel sent a truce with Hamas last month. The army says soldiers sent to  Palestine country  ignored orders to stop walking toward the border crossing. The troops later discovered the teenage was on armed.

 

President Bush has signed legislation expending the U.S. government’s surveillance powers. VOA’s Paula Wolfson reports from the White House. The measure also protected telecommunications companies from Whil Suits stemming from a system’s later pervade to help trail potential terrorist suspects.  

 

One day after the Bill Cleared Congress, the president signed it in Julo. “Today, I’m pleased to sign landmark legislation that is violate to the security of our people.” The measure is the most extensive revisions of U.S. Surveillance Law in 30 years. It is designed to enable intelligence agencies to move quickly to monitor communications involving terrorist suspects. In some cases without a special quota warn. The president says it will give United States a much needed tool to track terrorist abroad while respecting liberties at home. It includes a controversial pervasion that he has dimed essential. Legal immunity for telephone companies that have voluntarily cooperated with such wild tapes since September 11th ,2001 attacks on the United States.   

In the end, most members of the legislate acknowledged that without the ground of immunity, telephone companies would be reluctant to cooperate with further emergency wild tapes.  Paula Wolfson, VOA News, the White House.

 

The U.S. Amboy to the six-nation-talk on this mantling North Korea’s nuclear program say negotiators have reached agreement on principle or verified Pyongyang’s /  .U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill told reporters in Beijing, the party’s agreed on the n? for determine whether or not North Korea is hiding any nuclear material. But he said a lot of work still has to be done.

 

Indian’s Prime Minister is seeking a vote of confidence in Parliament to determine both / and Indian’s collation government and its proposed nuclear deal with the U.S.. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh says on the Thursday to formally request the confidence vote.

 

I’m Robert Burns, VOA News. More news on the internet at voanews.com

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

 

The United States and Israel are warning Iran they will defend themselves since threat didn’t respond to B and Iranian missile tests. Israel’s Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz says Israel is focusing on diplomacy with Iran, but he says Israel is not afraid to take action if its later security interest are threatened. U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice issued similar warning. The developments came after Iran fired another round of long-range missiles-the second such test in the past 2 days. VOA’s Suzanne Presto says more from London.

 

Iran tested yet more missiles over night, Iranian state television showed pictures of missiles striking through the night sky. Iranian media said the test launch included media, men, long-range missiles and torpedoes. Reports said the weapons will fired from the ships in the Penging Golf and from the ground. This was the second such test within 2 days, on Wednesday, Iran reported firing 9 test missiles including the long-range CherHabbo 3, which it said has a range of  2,000 kilometers and could reach Israel and other U.S. allies in the Middle East and South Asia.  The commander of Israel’s Revolutionary Guard says the missile tests show  Iran’s strength against its enemies. Iran has repeatedly said it is prepared to guard against all retaliate harshly to attacks that it’s said Israel and the United States are planning against Iranian nuclear facilities. Suzanne Presto, VOA News, London.

 

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan says both baghdad and Iraq’s C regional government are pledge their support in A ‘s  fight against Turkish rivals ,they still know that in Iraq. Mr. R during a visit to Baghdad says the rivals has launched the attacks on Turkish from bases in Iraq, threaten not only those countries but the entire region. But he said leaders will not allow the rivals of the Turkistan Workers Party to poison relations between Iraq and Turkey.

 

Israel troops have killed an / armed Palestinian along the border with the / G stripe in the first / incident since Israel signed a truce with Hamas last month. The army says soldiers sent to  Palestine country  ignored orders to stop walking toward the border crossing. The troops later discovered the teenage was on armed.

 

President Bush has signed legislation expending the U.S. government’s surveillance powers. VOA’s Paula Wolfson reports from the White House. The measure also protected telecommunications companies from lawsuits stemming from a system’s later provide to help track potential terrorist suspects.  

 

One day after the Bill Cleared Congress, the president signed it into law . “Today, I’m pleased to sign landmark legislation that is violate to the security of our people.” The measure is the most extensive revisions of U.S. Surveillance Law in 30 years. It is designed to enable intelligence agencies to move quickly to monitor communications involving terrorist suspects. In some cases without a special quota warned. The president says it will give United States a much needed tool to track terrorist abroad while respecting liberties at home. It includes a controversial pervasion that he has dimed essential. Legal immunity for telephone companies that have voluntarily cooperated with such wild tapes since September 11th ,2001 attacks on the United States.   

In the end, most members of the legislature acknowledged that without the ground of immunity, telephone companies would be reluctant to cooperate with further emergency wild tapes.  Paula Wolfson, VOA News, the White House.

 

The U.S. Amboy to the six-nation-talk on this mantling North Korea’s nuclear program say negotiators have reached agreement on principle or verified Pyongyang’s /  .U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill told reporters in Beijing, the party’s agreed on the n? for determine whether or not North Korea is hiding any nuclear material. But he said a lot of work still has to be done.

 

Indian’s Prime Minister is seeking a vote of confidence in Parliament to determine both / and Indian’s collation government and its proposed nuclear deal with the U.S.. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh says on the Thursday to formally request the confidence vote.

 

I’m Robert Burns, VOA News. More news on the internet at voanews.com

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From the VOA News Center, I m Robert Burns.

The United States and Israel are warning Tehran they will defend themselves if threatened in response to B and Iranian missile tests. Israel s Defense Minister Ehud Barak says Israel is focusing on diplomacy with Iran, but he says Israel is not afraid to take action if its later security interests are threatened. U. S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice issued a similar warning. The developments came after Iran fired another round of long-range missiles-the second such test in the past two days.

VOA's Sonja Pace has more from London.

Iran tested yet more missiles over night, Iranian state television showed pictures of missiles streaking through the night sky. Iranian media said the test launch included medium and long-range missiles and torpedoes. Reports said the weapons were fired from the ships in the Persian Golf and from the ground. This was the second such test within two days, on Wednesday, Iran reported firing nine test missiles including the long-range Shehab-3, which it's said has a range of 2, 000 kilometers and could reach Israel and other U. S. allies in the Middle East and South Asia. The commander of Israel s Revolutionary Guards says the missile tests show Tehran's strength against its enemies. Iran has repeatedly said it is prepared to guard against all retaliate harshly to attacks that it says Israel and the United States are planning against Iranian nuclear facilities. Sonja Pace, VOA News, London.

Turkish Prime Minister Recep / Erdogan says both Baghdad and Iraq's Kurdish regional government have pledged their support in Ankara's fight against Kurdish rebels based in northern Iraq. Mr. Erdogan during a visit to Baghdad said the rebels / launched the attacks on Turkish from bases in Iraq, threaten not only those countries but the entire region. But he said leaders will not allow the rebels of the Kurdistan Workers Party to poison relations between Iraq and Turkey.

Israeli
troops have killed an unarmed Palestinian along the border with the Gaza Strip in the first fatal incident since Israel signed a truce with Hamas last month. The army says a soldier shot the Palestine country ignored orders to stop walking toward a border crossing. The troops later discovered the teenage was unarmed.

President Bush has signed legislation expanding the U. S. government's surveillance powers. VOA s Paula Wolfson reports from the White House. The measure also protects telecommunications companies from lawsuits stemming from assistance they provide to help track potential terror suspects.

One day after the bill cleared Congress, the president signed it into law.

"Today, I'm
pleased to sign landmark legislation that is vital to the security of our people. " The measure is the most extensive revision of U. S. surveillance law in 30 years. It is designed to enable intelligence agencies to move quickly to monitor communications involving terror suspects. In some cases without a special court warrant. The president says it will give United States a much needed tool to track terrorist abroad while respecting liberties at home. It includes a controversial pervasion that he has dimed essential. Legal immunity for telephone companies that have voluntarily cooperated with such wild tapes since September 11th , 2001 attacks on the United States.

In the end, most members of the legislature acknowledged that without the grant of immunity, telephone companies would be reluctant to cooperate with further emergency wire tapes. Paula Wolfson, VOA News, the White House.

The U. S. envoy to the six-nation talks on dismantling North Korea's nuclear program say negotiators have reached a agreement on principle or verifying Pyongyang's disarmament . U. S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill told reporters in Beijing, the partys agreed on the maximum for determining whether or not North Korea is hiding any nuclear material. But he said a lot of work still has to be done.

Indian's prime minister is seeking a vote of confidence in Parliament to determine both / and Indian s collation government and its proposed nuclear deal with the U. S. . Prime Minister / Singh met with the president / on /Thursday to formally request the confidence vote.

I m Robert Burns, VOA News. More news on the internet at voanews. com

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

 

The United States and Israel are warning Tehran that they will defend themselves as threaten response to barrage Iranian missile tests. Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak says Israel is focusing on the diplomacy to Iran, but he says Israel is not afraid to take an action of its land security interests threatened. US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice issued the similar ordering. The developments came after Iran fired another round of long-range missiles, the second such test in past two days. VOA’s Sonia Pace says more from London.

 

Iran tested yet missiles over night, Iranian State Television showed the pictures of missile striking through the night sky. Iranian media said the test launch included the medium and long-range missiles and torpedoes. Reports said the weapons were fired from ships in Persian Gulf and from on the ground. This was the second such test within two days. On Wednesday, Iran reported it firing 9 test missiles including the long-range hub 3 which, it says, could reach 3000 kilo meters and could reach Israel and other US allies in Middle East and South Asia. The commander of Iran Revolutionary Guards says the missile tests show Tehran strengthens against its enemies. Iran has repeatedly said it’s prepared to guard against retaliate harshly to attack, it says, the Israel and the United States are planning against Iranian nuclear facilities. Sonia Pace,VOA News, London.

 

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan says both Bagdad and Iraq kurdish regional government are pledging their support in / to fight against the Kurdish rebels based in Northern Iraq. Mr. Erdogan, during his visit to Bagdad, says the rebels launched their attacks on Turkey from basis in Iraq threaten not only those confreres but the entire region. But he says leaders will not allow the rebels in the Kurdistan Workers Party to poison relations between Iraq and Turkey.

 

Israeli troops have killed an armed Palestinian along the border of Gaza Strip. The army says soldier shot the Palestinian entry in orders to stop walking forward the border crossing. The troops later discovered the teenage was unarmed.

 

President Bush signed the legislation expanding on US government’s surveillance powers. VOA’s Paula Wolfson reports from the White House, the measure also protects telecommunication companies from long suits standing from the system they provide to help track potential terrorist suspects.

 

One day after Bill declared in congress, the President signed it into law.” Today, I’m pleased to sign landmark legislation that is vital to the security of our people”. The measure is the most extensive revisions of US surveillance law in 30 years. It is designed to enable intelligence agencies to move quickly to moderate the communications involving terrorism suspects. In some cases, it will outpace some special calls abroad. The President says it will give United States a much needed tool to track terrorist abroad while over suspect liberties at home. It includes a controversial provision that he has deal in essential, legal immunity for telephone companies that have voluntarily cooperated with such wire taps since the sept.11th 2001 attacks on the United States. In the end, most members of legislature acknowledged that without outgrown immunity telephone companies will be reluctant to cooperate with any further emergency wire taps. Paula Wolfson, VOA news, the White House.

 

The US envoy to six nation talks on dismantling North Korea nuclear programs say negotiators have reached agreement on principle for verifying Pyongyang disarmament. US assistant secretary of state Christopher Hill told reporter in Beijing the parties agreed on the mechanism for the determining whether or not North Korea is hiding any nuclear material, but he said a lot of work still has to be done.

 

The Indian Prime Minister are seeking a voter of confidence in parliament to determine both of fate of India’s coalition government and it’s proposed a nuclear deal with the US. Prime Minister Singh will meet the President on next Thursday to formally request to a confidence vote.

 

I am Robert Burns, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

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From the VOA News Center, I m Robert Burns.

The United States and Israel are warning Tehran they will defend themselves if threatened in response to
barrage an Iranian missile tests. Israel’s Defense Minister Ehud Barak says Israel is focusing on diplomacy with Iran, but he says Israel is not afraid to take action if its later security interests are threatened. U. S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice issued a similar warning. The developments came after Iran fired another round of long-range missiles-the second such test in the past two days.

VOA's
Sonia Pace says more from London.

Iran tested yet more missiles over night, Iranian state television showed pictures of missiles streaking through the night sky. Iranian media said the test launch included medium and long-range missiles and torpedoes. Reports said the weapons were fired from the ships in the Persian Golf and from
on the ground. This was the second such test within two days, on Wednesday, Iran reported firing nine test missiles including the long-range Shehab-3, which it's said has a range of 2, 000 kilometers and could reach Israel and other U. S. allies in the Middle East and South Asia. The commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards says the missile tests show Tehran's strength against its enemies. Iran has repeatedly said it is prepared to guard against all retaliate harshly to attacks that it says Israel and the United States are planning against Iranian nuclear facilities. Sonia Pace, VOA News, London.

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan says both Baghdad and Iraq's Kurdish regional government have pledged their support in Ankara's fight against Kurdish rebels based in northern Iraq. Mr. Erdogan during a visit to Baghdad said the rebels launched the attacks on
Turkey from bases in Iraq; threaten not only those countries but the entire region. But he said leaders will not allow the rebels of the Kurdistan Workers Party to poison relations between Iraq and Turkey.

Israeli troops have killed an unarmed Palestinian along the border with the Gaza Strip in the first fatal incident since Israel signed a truce with Hamas last month. The army says a soldier shot the Palestine
entry ignored orders to stop walking toward a border crossing. The troops later discovered the teenage was unarmed.

President Bush has signed legislation expanding the U. S. government's surveillance powers. VOA s Paula Wolfson reports from the White House. The measure also protects telecommunications companies from lawsuits stemming from assistance they provide to help track potential
terrorist suspects.

One day after the bill cleared Congress, the president signed it into law.

"Today, I'm pleased to sign landmark legislation that is vital to the security of our people. " The measure is the most extensive revision of U. S. surveillance law in 30 years. It is designed to enable intelligence agencies to move quickly to monitor communications involving
terrorist suspects. in some cases, without a special court warrant. The president says it will give United States a much needed tool to track terrorist abroad while respecting liberties at home. It includes a controversial pervasion that he has deemed essential. Legal immunity for telephone companies that have voluntarily cooperated with such wire taps (wire tapping) since September 11th , 2001 attacks on the United States.

In the end, most members of the legislature acknowledged that without the grant of immunity, telephone companies would be reluctant to cooperate with further emergency
wire taps. Paula Wolfson, VOA News, the White House.

The U. S. envoy to the six-nation talks on dismantling North Korea's nuclear program say negotiators have reached
an agreement on principle of verifying Pyongyang's disarmament . U. S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill told reporters in Beijing, the parties agreed on the maximum for determining whether or not North Korea is hiding any nuclear material. But he said a lot of work still has to be done.

Indian's prime minister is seeking a vote of confidence in Parliament to determine both
both of fate of Indian’s coalition government and its proposed nuclear deal with the U. S. Prime Minister Singh / the president on next Thursday to formally request the confidence vote.

I m Robert Burns, VOA News. More news on the internet at voanews. com

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From the VOA News Center, I m Robert Burns.

The United States and Israel are warning Tehran they will defend themselves if threatened in response to
barrage of Iranian missile tests. Israel’s Defense Minister Ehud Barak says Israel is focusing on diplomacy with Iran, but he says Israel is not afraid to take action if its neighbor security interests are threatened. U. S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice issued a similar warning. The developments came after Iran fired another round of long-range missiles, the second such test in the past two days.

VOA's
Sonja Pace has more from London.

Iran tested yet more missiles overnight. Iranian state television showed pictures of missiles streaking through the night sky. Iranian media said the test launch included medium and long-range missiles and torpedoes. Reports said the weapons were fired from the ships in the Persian Golf and from
on the ground. This was the second such test within two days. On Wednesday, Iran reported firing nine test missiles including the long-range Shahab-3 which it says has a range of 2, 000 kilometers and could reach Israel and other U. S. allies in the Middle East and South Asia. The commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards says the missile tests show Tehran's strength against its enemies. Iran has repeatedly said it is prepared to guard against or retaliate harshly to attacks that it says Israel and the United States are planning against Iranian nuclear facilities. Sonja Pace, VOA News, London.

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan says both Baghdad and Iraq's Kurdish regional government have pledged their support in Ankara's fight against Kurdish rebels based in northern Iraq. Mr. Erdogan during a visit to Baghdad said the rebels launch the attacks on
Turkey from bases in Iraq threaten not only those countries but the entire region. But he said leaders will not allow the rebels of the Kurdistan Workers Party to poison relations between Iraq and Turkey.

Israeli troops have killed an unarmed Palestinian along the border with the Gaza Strip in the first fatal incident since Israel signed a truce with Hamas last month. The army says a soldier shot the Palestinian after he
 ignored orders to stop walking toward a border crossing. The troops later discovered the teenage was unarmed.

President Bush has signed legislation expanding the U. S. government's surveillance powers. VOA s Paula Wolfson reports from the White House he measure also protects telecommunications companies from lawsuits stemming from assistance they provide to help track potential
terrorists suspects.

One day after the bill cleared Congress, the president signed it into law.

"Today, I'm pleased to sign a landmark legislation that is vital to the security of our people. " The measure is the most extensive revision of U. S. surveillance law in 30 years. It is designed to enable intelligence agencies to move quickly to monitor communications involving
terror suspects, in some cases without a special court warrant. The president says it will give the United States a much-needed tool to track terrorists abroad while respecting liberties at home. It includes a controversial provision that he has deemed essential: Legal immunity for telephone companies that have voluntarily cooperated with such wiretaps  since the September 11th  2001 attacks on the United States.

In the end, most members of the legislature acknowledged that without the grant of immunity, telephone companies would be reluctant to cooperate with further emergency
wiretaps. Paula Wolfson, VOA News, the White House.

The U. S. envoy to the six-nation talks on dismantling North Korea's nuclear program say negotiators have reached
an agreement on principle for verifying Pyongyang's disarmament . U. S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill told reporters in Beijing, the parties agreed on the mechanism for determining whether or not North Korea is hiding any nuclear material. But he said a lot of work still has to be done.

India's prime minister is seeking a vote of confidence in Parliament to determine both the fate
 of India’s coalition government and its proposed nuclear deal with the U. S.. Prime Minister Singh met the president on  Thursday to formally request the confidence vote.

I m Robert Burns, VOA News. More news on the internet at voanews. com

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

 

The United States and Israel are warning Tehran that they will defend themselves if threatened in response to barrage of Iranian missile tests. Israel's Defense Minister Ehud Barak says Israel is focusing on diplomacy with Iran, but he says Israel is not afraid to take actions if its later security interests are threatened. U.S Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice issued a similar warning. The developments came after Iran fired another round of long-range missiles, the second such test in the past two days. VOA Sonja Pace has more from London.

 

Iran tested yet more missiles overnight. Iranian state television showed pictures of missiles streaking through the night sky. Iranian media said the test launch included medium and long range missiles and torpedoes. Reports said the weapons were fired from ships in the Persian Gulf and from on the ground. This was the second such test within two days. On Wednesday, Iran  reported firing 9 test missiles, including the long range Shahab-3, which it says has a range of 2000 kilometers and could reach Israel and other U.S. allies in the Middle East and South Asia. The commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guards says the missile tests show Tehran's strength against its enemies. Iran has repeatedly said it is prepared to guard against or retaliate harshly to attacks that it says Israel and the United States are planning against Iranian nuclear facilities. Sonja Pace, VOA news, London.

 

Turkish Prime Miniter Recep Erdogan  said both Baghdad and Iraq's Kurdish regional government have pledged their support in Ankara's fight against Kurdish rebels based in northern Iraq. Mr. Erdogan during a visit to Baghdad said  rebels who launch attacks on Turkey from bases in Iraq threaten not only those countries but the entire region. But he said leaders will not allow the rebels of the Kurdistan Workers Party to poison relations between Iraq and Turkey.

 

Israeli troops have killed an unarmed Palestinian along the border with the Gaza Strip in the first fatal incident since Israel signed a truce with Hamas last month. The Army says soldiers shot the Palestinian after he ignored orders to stop walking toward a border crossing. The troops later discovered the teenage was unarmed.

 

President Bush has signed a legislation expanding the U.S. government's surveillance powers. VOA's  Paula Wolfson reports from the White House the measure also protests telecommunication companies from lawsuits stemming from assistance they provide to help track potential terrorists suspects.

 

One day after the bill cleared congress the president signed it into law. "Today I am pleased to sign a landmark legislation that is vital  to the security of our people." The measure is the most extensive revision of  U.S. surveillance law in 30 years. It is designed to enable intelligence agencies to move quickly to monitor communications involving terror suspects, in some cases without a special court warrant. The president says it will give the United States a much-needed tool to track terrorists abroad while respecting liberties at home. It includes a controversial provision that he has deemed essential: legal immunity for telephone companies that have voluntarily cooperated with such wiretaps since the September 11th 2001 attacks on the United States. In the end, most members of the legislature acknowledged that without the grant of  immunity, telephone companies would be reluctant to cooperate with further emergency wiretaps. Paula Wolfson, VOA news, the White House.

 

The U.S. envoy to the six nation talks on dismantling North Korea's nuclear program say negotiators  reached an agreement on principle for verifying Pyongyang's disarmament.  U.S. Assistance Secretary of State Christopher Hill told reporters in Beijing the parties  agreed on the mechanism  for determining whether or not North Korea is hiding any nuclear material. But he said a lot of work still has to be done.

 

The India's prime minister is seeking a vote of confidence in parliament to determine both the fate of India-coalition government and its proposed nuclear deal with the U.S..  Prime Minister Singh met the president on Thursday to formally request the confidence vote.

 

I am Robert, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

 

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

 

The United States and Israel are warning Tehran that they will defend themselves if threatened in response to barrage of Iranian missile tests. Israel's Defense Minister Ehud Barak says Israel is focusing on diplomacy with Iran, but he says Israel is not afraid to take actions if its later security interests are threatened. U.S Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice issued a similar warning. The developments came after Iran fired another round of long-range missiles, the second such test in the past two days. VOA's Sonja Pace has more from London.

 

Iran tested yet more missiles overnight. Iranian state television showed pictures of missiles streaking through the night sky. Iranian media said the test launch included medium and long range missiles and torpedoes. Reports said the weapons were fired from ships in the Persian Gulf and from on the ground. This was the second such test within two days. On Wednesday, Iran  reported firing 9 test missiles, including the long range Shahab-3, which it says has a range of 2000 kilometers and could reach Israel and other U.S. allies in the Middle East and South Asia. The commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guards says the missile tests show Tehran's strength against its enemies. Iran has repeatedly said it is prepared to guard against or retaliate harshly to attacks that it says Israel and the United States are planning against Iranian nuclear facilities. Sonja Pace, VOA news, London.

 

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan  says both Baghdad and Iraq's Kurdish regional government have pledged their support in Ankara's fight against Kurdish rebels based in northern Iraq. Mr. Erdogan during a visit to Baghdad said the rebels who launched attacks on Turkey from bases in Iraq threaten not only those countries but the entire region. But he said leaders will not allow the rebels of the Kurdistan Workers Party to poison relations between Iraq and Turkey.

 

Israeli troops have killed an unarmed Palestinian along the border with the Gaza Strip in the first fatal incident since Israel signed a truce with Hamas last month. The Army says soldiers shot the Palestinian after he ignored orders to stop walking toward a border crossing. The troops later discovered the teenage was unarmed.

 

President Bush has signed a legislation expanding the U.S. government's surveillance powers. VOA's  Paula Wolfson reports from the White House the measure also protests telecommunications companies from lawsuits stemming from assistance they provide to help track potential terrorist/ suspects.

 

One day after the bill cleared congress the president signed it into law. "Today I am pleased to sign a landmark legislation that is vital  to the security of our people." The measure is the most extensive revision of  U.S. surveillance law in 30 years. It is designed to enable intelligence agencies to move quickly to monitor communications involving terror suspects, in some cases without a special court warrant. The president says it will give the United States a much-needed tool to track terrorists abroad while respecting liberties at home. It includes a controversial provision that he has deemed essential: legal immunity for telephone companies that have voluntarily cooperated with such wiretaps since the September 11th 2001 attacks on the United States. In the end, most members of the legislature acknowledged that without the grant of  immunity, telephone companies would be reluctant to cooperate with further emergency wiretaps. Paula Wolfson, VOA news, the White House.

 

The U.S. envoy to the six nation talks on dismantling North Korea's nuclear program say negotiators have reached an agreement on principle for verifying Pyongyang's disarmament.  U.S. Assistance Secretary of State Christopher Hill told reporters in Beijing the parties  agreed on the mechanism  for determining whether or not North Korea is hiding any nuclear material. But he said a lot of work still has to be done.

 

The India's prime minister is seeking a vote of confidence in parliament to determine both the fate of India-coalition government and its proposed nuclear deal with the U.S..  Prime Minister Singh met the president on Thursday to formally request the confidence vote.

 

I am Robert, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

 

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The United States and Israel are warning to Iran they will defend themselves if threatened in response to barrage of Iranian missile tests. Israel's defense minister Ehud Barak says Israel is focusing on diplomacy with Iran, but he says Israel is not afraid to take action if its vital security interests are threatened. US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice issued a similar warning. The developments came after Iran fired another round of long-range missiles, the second such test in the past two days. VOA's Sonia Pays has more from London.

 

Iran tested yet more missiles overnight. Iranian state television showed picures of missile streaking through the night sky. Iranian media said the test launch included medium and long-range missiles and torpedoes. Reports said the weapons were fired from shifts and the Persian gulf and from on the ground. This was the second such test within two days. On Wednesday, Iran reported firing nine test missiles including the long-range Shahab-three which it says has a range of 2000 kilometers and could reach Israel and other US airlines in the middle east and South Asia. The commander of Iran's revolutionary guard says the missile tests show Teheran's strength against its enemies. Iran has repeatedly said it is prepared to guard against or retaliate harshly to attacks that he says Israel and United States are planning against Iranian nuclear facilities. Sonia Pays, VOA news, London.

 

Turkish prime minister Tayyip Erdogan says both Baghdad and Iraq's Kurdish regional government have pledged their support in Ankara's fight against Kurdish rebels based in Northern Iraq. Mr. Erdogan, during his visit to Baghdad, said the rebels that launched the attacks on Turkey from bases in Iraq threatened not only those countries but the entire region. But he says leaders will not allow the rebels of the Kurdistan Workers Party to poison relations between Iraq and Turkey.

 

Israeli troops have killed an unarmed Palestinian along the border with Gaza Strip in the first fatal incident since Israel signed a truce with Hamas last month. The army says soldier shot the Palestinian after an ignored orders to stop walking toward a border crossing. The troops later discovered the teeager was unarmed.

 

President Bush has signed legislation expanding the US government's surveillance powers. VOA's P reports from the White House. The measure also protects telecommunications companies from lawsuits, stemming from assiatance they provide to help track potential terror suspects.

 

One day after the bill cleared congress, the president signed it into law. "Today I'm pleased to sign the landmark legislation that is vital to the security of our people." The measure is the most extensive revision of US surveillance law in thirty years. It is designed to enable intelligence agencies to move quickly to monitor communications involving terrorist suspects, in some cases, without a special court warrant. The president says it will give the United States a much needed tool to track terrorists abroad while respecting liberties at home. It includes a controversial provision that he has deemed essential. Legal immunity for telephone companies that have voluntarily cooperated with such wiretaps since the september 11th 2001 attacks on the United States. In the end, most members of the legislature acknowledged that without the grant of immunity, telephone companies would be reluctant to cooperate with further emergency wiretaps.

 

The US envoy to the six nation talks on dismantling North Korea's nuclear program say negotiators have reached an agreement on principle for verifying Pyongyang's disarmament. US assistant secretary of state Hill told reporters in Beijing the party's agreed on the mechanism for determining whether or not North Korea is hiding any nuclear material. But he said a lot of work still has to be done.

 

India's prime minister is seeking a vote of confidence in parliement to determine both of fate of India's coalition government and its proposed nuclear deal with the US. Prime minister Singh met with the president on the Thursday to formally request the confidence vote.

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    23:20:40  From the VOA News Center in Washington, I am Robert Burns.
   The United States and Israel are warning Teheran they will defend themselves if threaten and response to barage of Iranian missile tests. Israel's defense minister Ahood Berak says Israel is focusing on diplomacy with Iran but he says Israel does not afraid to take action of its latel security interests are threatened. US secretary of state Kondoleeza Rice issued a similar warnin.g that vetlements came after Iran fired another round of long range missiles, the second such tests in the past two days.VOA's Sonier Pace has more from London.
  Iran tested yet more missiles overnight. Iranian state television showed pictures of missiles striking to the light sky. Iranian media said the test launch included medium and long range missiles and torpitals. Reports said the weapons were fired from ships in the Pursion gulf and from on the ground. This was second such test within two days. on Wednesday, Iran reported firing 9 test missiles including the long range Shihav three which it says has a range of 2000 kilometers and could reach Israel and other US allies in the middle east and south Asia. The commander of Iran's revolutionary guards says the missile tests show Teheran's strength against its enemies. Iran has repeatedly said it is prepared to guard against to retaliate harshly to attacks that it says Israel and United States are planning against Iranian nuclear facilities. Sonier Pace, VOA news, London.
  Turkish prime minister Resaid Berjiran says both Bagdad and Iraq's Kurdish regional government apledged their support in Ankro's fight against Kurdish rebells based in northern Iraq. Mr. Berjiran during a visit to Bagdad said the rebells who launched the attacks on Turkey from basis in Iraq threatened not only those countries but the entire region. But he said leaders will not allow the rebells of the Kurdistan workers party to poison relations between Iraq and Turkey.
  Israeli troops have killed an Anna Palestinian along the border with the Gaza strip in the first fatal inccident since Israel signed a truce with Somana last month. The army says soldiers shot the Palestinian actory agnory lotters, this not working toward a border crossing. The troops later discovered the teenager was unarmed.
  President Bush has signed legislation expanding the US government civilence powers. VOA's Pouler Wolfson reports from the White House, the measure also protects telecommunications companies from larsuites, stemy from assistance they provide to help track potential terror suspects. One day after the bill cleared congress, the president signed it into law. Today I am pleased to sign a landmark legislation that is vital to the security of our people. The measure is the most extensive revision of US civilence law in thirty years. It is designed to enable intelligence agencies to move quickly to moniter communications involving terror suspects. In some cases without special court warnt. The president says it will give the United States a much needed tool to track terrorist abroad. while respecting liberties at home. It includes a controversial prevision that he has deemed essential. Legal immunity for telephone companies that have volunteerly cooperated with such wire tapes, since the September 11th 2001 attacks on the United States. In the end most members of the legislater acknowledged that without the grant of immunity telephone companies would be reluctant to cooperate with further emergency wire taps. Pouler Wolfson, VOA news, The White House. 
  The US envoy to the six nation talks on dismanttling north Korea's nuclear program say negotiators have reached an agreement on prinsiple or verifying Pingyang's disarmament. US assistant secretary of state Crystal Forehill told reporters in Beijing, the parties agreed on the nacnism for determining whether or not north Korea is hiding any nuclear material. But he said a lot of work still has to be done.
  The India's prime minister is seeking a vote of confidence in parliament to determine both of Feidivendia's coalition government and its proposed nuclear deal with the US. Prime minister Sain met with the president on Thursday to formally request the confidence vote.
  I am Robert Burns, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com. 23:53:22.

 

23: 20: 40 from the VOA News Center in Washington, I am Robert Burns.
The United States and Israel are warning Teheran they will defend themselves if threatened in a barrage of Iranian missile tests. Israel's defense minister Ahood Berak says Israel is focusing on diplomacy with Iran but he says Israel is not afraid to take action if its vital security interests are threatened. US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice issued a similar warning. The developments came after Iran fired another round of long range missiles, the second such test in the past two days. VOA's Sonier Pace has more from London.
Iran tested yet more missiles overnight. Iranian state television showed pictures of missiles streaking through the night sky. Iranian media said the test launch included medium and long range missiles and torpedoes. Reports said the weapons were fired from ships in the Persian Gulf and from on the ground. This was second such test within two days. On Wednesday, Iran reported firing 9 test missiles including the long range Shihav three which it says has a range of 2000 kilometers and could reach Israel and other US allies in the Middle East and south Asia. The commander of Iran's revolutionary guards says the missile tests show Teheran's strength against its enemies. Iran has repeatedly said it is prepared to guard against or retaliate harshly to attacks that it says Israel and United States are planning against Iranian nuclear facilities. Sonier Pace, VOA news, London.
Turkish prime minister Resaid Berjiran says both Bagdad and Iraq's Kurdish regional government have pledged their support in Ankro's fight against Kurdish rebels based in northern Iraq. Mr. Berjiran during a visit to Bagdad said the rebels who launched the attacks on Turkey from bases in Iraq threatened not only those countries but the entire region. But he said leaders will not allow the rebels of the Kurdistan workers party to poison relations between Iraq and Turkey.
Israeli troops have killed an unarmed Palestinian along the border with the Gaza strip in the first fatal incident since Israel signed a truce with Hamas last month. The army says soldiers shot the Palestinian after he ignored orders, this not working toward a border crossing. The troops later discovered the teenager was unarmed.
President Bush has signed legislation expanding the US government surveillance powers. VOA's Pouler Wolfson reports from the White House, the measure also protects telecommunications companies from lawsuits stemming from assistance they provide to help track potential terror suspects. One day after the bill cleared congress, the president signed it into law. Today I am pleased to sign a landmark legislation that is vital to the security of our people. The measure is the most extensive revision of US surveillance law in thirty years. It is designed to enable intelligence agencies to move quickly to monitor communications involving terror suspects, in some cases without a special court warrant. The president says it will give the United States a much needed tool to track terrorist abroad, while respecting liberties at home. It includes a controversial prevision that he has deemed essential. Legal immunity for telephone companies that have voluntarily cooperated with such wire tapes, since the September 11th 2001 attacks on the United States. In the end most members of the legislator acknowledged that without the grant of immunity telephone companies would be reluctant to cooperate with further emergency wire taps. Pouler Wolfson, VOA news, The White House.
The US envoy to the six nation talks on dismantling north Korea's nuclear program say negotiators have reached an agreement on principle or verifying Pingyang's disarmament. US assistant secretary of state Christopher Hill told reporters in Beijing, the parties agreed on the mechanism for determining whether or not North Korea is hiding any nuclear material. But he said a lot of work still has to be done.
The India's prime minister is seeking a vote of confidence in parliament to determine both of the fate of India's coalition government and its proposed nuclear deal with the US. Prime Minister Sian met with the president on Thursday to formally request the confidence vote.
I am Robert Burns, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews. com. 23: 53: 22.
 

 


 

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

 

The United States and Israel are warning Tehran that they will defend themselves as threaten response to barrage Iranian missile tests. Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak says Israel is focusing on the diplomacy to Iran, but he says Israel is not afraid to take an action of its land security interests threatened. US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice issued the similar ordering. The developments came after Iran fired another round of long-range missiles, the second such test in past two days. VOA’s Sonia Pace says more from London.

 

Iran tested yet more missiles over night, Iranian State Television showed the pictures of missile striking through the night sky. Iranian media said the test launch included the medium and long-range missiles and torpedoes. Reports said the weapons were fired from ships in Persian Gulf and from on the ground. This was the second such test within two days. On Wednesday, Iran reported it firing 9 test missiles including the long-range hub 3 which, it says, has reach 3000 kilo meters and could reach Israel and other US allies in Middle East and South Asia. The commander of Iran Revolutionary Guards says the missile tests show Tehran strengthens against its enemies. Iran has repeatedly said it’s prepared to guard against retaliate harshly to attack, but it says, the Israel and the United States are planning against Iranian nuclear facilities. Sonia Pace, VOA News, London.

 

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Israeli troops have killed an armed Palestinian along the border of Gaza Strip. In the first fatal incidents since Israel signed a truce to Hamas last month. The army says soldiers shot the Palestinian entry in orders to stop walking toward the border crossing. The troops later discovered the teenage was unarmed.

 

President Bush signed the legislation expanding the US government’s surveillance powers. VOA’s Paula Wolfson reports from the White House, the measure also protects telecommunication companies from long suits standing from the system they provide to help track potential terrorist suspects.

 

One day after Bill declared in congress, the President signed it into law.” Today, I’m pleased to sign landmark legislation that is vital to the security of our people”. The measure is the most extensive revisions of US surveillance law in 30 years. It is designed to enable intelligence agencies to move quickly to moderate the communications involving terrorism suspects. In some cases, without special calls abroad. The President says it will give United States a much needed tool to track terrorist abroad while our suspect liberties at home. It includes a controversial provision that he has deal in essential, legal immunity for telephone companies that have voluntarily cooperated with such wire taps since the sept.11th 2001 attacks on the United States. In the end, most members of legislature acknowledged that without outgrown immunity telephone companies will be reluctant to cooperate with any further emergency wire taps. Paula Wolfson, VOA news, the White House.

 

The US envoy to six nation talks on dismantling North Korea nuclear programs say negotiators have reached agreement on principle for verifying Pyongyang disarmament. US assistant secretary of state Christopher Hill told reporter in Beijing the parties agreed on the mechanism for the determining whether or not North Korea is hiding any nuclear material, but he said a lot of work still has to be done.

 

The Indian Prime Minister are seeking a voter of confidence in parliament to determine both of fate of India’s coalition government and it’s proposed a nuclear deal with the US. Prime Minister Singh will meet the President on next Thursday to formally request the company’s vote.

 

I am Robert Burns, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

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

 

The United States and Israel are warning Tehran that they will defend themselves if threatened in response to barrage of Iranian missile tests. Israel's Defense Minister Ehud Barak says Israel is focusing on diplomacy with Iran, but he says Israel is not afraid to take actions if its later security interests are threatened. U.S Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice issued a similar warning. The developments came after Iran fired another round of long-range missiles, the second such test in the past two days. VOA's Sonja Pace has more from London.

 

Iran tested yet more missiles overnight. Iranian state television showed pictures of missiles streaking through the night sky. Iranian media said the test launch included medium and long range missiles and torpedoes. Reports said the weapons were fired from ships in the Persian Gulf and from on the ground. This was the second such test within two days. On Wednesday, Iran  reported firing 9 test missiles, including the long range Shahab-3, which it says has a range of 2000 kilometers and could reach Israel and other U.S. allies in the Middle East and South Asia. The commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guards says the missile tests show Tehran's strength against its enemies. Iran has repeatedly said it is prepared to guard against or retaliate harshly to attacks that it says Israel and the United States are planning against Iranian nuclear facilities. Sonja Pace, VOA news, London.

 

Turkish Prime Miniter Recep Erdogan  says both Baghdad and Iraq's Kurdish regional government have pledged their support in Ankara's fight against Kurdish rebels based in northern Iraq. Mr. Erdogan during a visit to Baghdad said the rebels who launch attacks on Turkey from bases in Iraq threaten not only those countries but the entire region. But he said leaders will not allow the rebels of the Kurdistan Workers Party to poison relations between Iraq and Turkey.

 

Israeli troops have killed an unarmed Palestinian along the border with the Gaza Strip in the first fatal incident since Israel signed a truce with Hamas last month. The Army says soldiers shot the Palestinian after he ignored orders to stop walking toward a border crossing. The troops later discovered the teenage was unarmed.

 

President Bush has signed a legislation expanding the U.S. government's surveillance powers. VOA's  Paula Wolfson reports from the White House the measure also protests telecommunications companies from lawsuits stemming from assistance they provide to help track potential terrorist suspects.

 

One day after the bill cleared congress the president signed it into law. "Today I am pleased to sign a landmark legislation that is vital  to the security of our people." The measure is the most extensive revision of  U.S. surveillance law in 30 years. It is designed to enable intelligence agencies to move quickly to monitor communications involving terror suspects, in some cases without a special court warrant. The president says it will give the United States a much-needed tool to track terrorists abroad while respecting liberties at home. It includes a controversial provision that he has deemed essential: legal immunity for telephone companies that have voluntarily cooperated with such wiretaps since the September 11th 2001 attacks on the United States. In the end, most members of the legislature acknowledged that without the grant of  immunity, telephone companies would be reluctant to cooperate with further emergency wiretaps. Paula Wolfson, VOA news, the White House.

 

The U.S. envoy to the six nation talks on dismantling North Korea's nuclear program say negotiators have reached an agreement on principle for verifying Pyongyang's disarmament.  U.S. Assistance Secretary of State Christopher Hill told reporters in Beijing the parties  agreed on the mechanism  for determining whether or not North Korea is hiding any nuclear material. But he said a lot of work still has to be done.

 

The India's prime minister is seeking a vote of confidence in parliament to determine both the fate of India-coalition government and its proposed nuclear deal with the U.S..  Prime Minister Singh met the president on Thursday to formally request the confidence vote.

 

I am Robert, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

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