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【整理】VOA 2008-07-13                【整理人】yoyogo

 

I’m Dennis Crock.

 

Britain is vowing to press for action against Zimbabwe, one day after China and Russia vetoed a U.S.-sponsored resolution that would have imposed UN sanctions against the African Union( should be nation, a typical tongue-slip). The office of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that Mr. Brown will urge European Union action against President Robert Mugabe’s government. Mr. Brown is expected to discuss new EU measures with partners who gather for a Paris summit beginning Sunday. The prime minister’s office said Mr. Brown will propose travel bans on President Mugabe and action against companies owned by his allies. The United States and Britain criticized China and Russia for vetoing the proposed UN sanctions Friday.

 

The Arab League is organizing an emergency meeting at the request of Sudanese leaders after reports that the International Criminal Court may seek the arrest of Sudan’s president as early as Monday. We hear more from Derek Kilner .

 

No names have  yet been revealed, but there is  growing speculation Moreno-Ocampo  will seek the arrest of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for his role in war crimes. The Arab League says it has received a request from the Sudanese government to hold a meeting on the issue and has begun consulting foreign ministers from the member countries. On Friday, Sudan’s ambassador to the United Nations, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem, denounced the possibility of an indictment against President Bashir . “This is a criminal move, that should be resisted by all peace wishers and peace-loving countries in the world.” Sudan has refused to hand over the two Sudanese citizens currently wanted by the ICC, Ali Kushayb, a leader of the government-backed Janjaweed militia , and Humanitarian Affairs Minister Ahmad Haroun. Sudanese officials have indicated that the government will continue to reject requests to turn over any Sudanese citizens to the ICC. Some activists have welcomed the possibility of charges against President Bashir which would mark the first time the court has such charges against a sitting head of state.Derek Kilner for VOA’s news, Nairobi. 

 

 

North Korea has pledged to finish disabling its biggest nuclear facility within a month in exchange for fuel oil and other economic aid. The agreement was reached during six-party talks on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program which concluded in Beijing Saturday. After the talks, the North also agreed to allow inspectors from the six nations to visit the North’s nuclear facilities, review documents and interview technical personnel to make sure the program has been shut down. Experts from the United Nations's International Atomic Energy Agency will also be allowed to monitor the process.

 

Iran has threatened to retaliate against Israel and 32 U.S. bases in the Middle East if there is an attack on the Iranian nuclear program.  Some official  Iranian news agency quoted the deputy for supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as saying Iran’s missiles could hit and destroy targets throughout the region. He spoke on the same day Iran dismissed speculation it risks being attacked over its disputed nuclear program. Iranian state media quoted foreign minister as saying Israel and the United States do not have the capability to enter what he called ‘another crisis’.

 

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy says Syria and Lebanon have agreed to open embassies in each other’s capitals. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met with his Lebanese counterpart Michel Suleiman Saturday in Paris. It was the first meeting since Mr. Suleiman was chosen to be president in May.  Relations between the two countries have been strained since the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Many Hariri’s supporters blamed Syria for the killing which was followed by mass demonstrations and international pressure that led to the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon. Syria has denied any involvement in the assassination.

 

 

Pakistani security officials say suspected Taliban militants have killed at least fifteen soldiers in an ambush in northwestern Pakistan. Officials say the militants attacked the soldiers’ convoy Saturday as it was heading towards the town of Hangu in northwest frontier province. The officials say the soldiers returned the fire, killing at least three militants. The Taliban says only one of its fighters died. Hangu is in a vulnerable tribal region bordering Afghanistan. The attack took place as a top U.S. military officer made an unexpected visit to Pakistan Saturday. And Afghan police are looking for other people involved in that blast.

 

 

I’m Dennis Crock, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

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Britain is warning to press the threat to Zimbabwe one day after China and Russia vetoed the U.S. response resolution that wouldn’t impose UN sanctions against the African Union. The officer of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that Mr. Brown will urge European Union action against President Robert Mugabe’s government. Mr. Brown is expected to discuss new EU measures with partners who gather for a Paris Summit beginning Sunday. The prime minister author said Mr. Brown will propose travel bans on President Mugabe and action against companies on by his allies. The United States in Britain criticized China and Russia for vetoing the proposed UN sanctions Friday.

 

The / is organizing an emergency meeting at the request of the Sudanese leaders after reports of the International Criminal Court may seek the arrest of Sudan’s president as early as Monday. We hear more from Daryl Kilter. “Known names have yet revealed, but there is growing speculation, Mrinay alkabo was seeking the arrest of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for his roll in war crimes.” The albeli says he has received their quest from the Sudanese government to hold the meeting on the issue as becoming Consulting Foreign Ministers from the member countries. On Friday, Sudan’s ambassador to the United Nations Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem Mohamad denounced the possibility of / against President Bashir . “The d* move, that should be rejected by al-bashir, * country in relit .” Sudan has refused to handover the two Sudanese citizens currently wanted by the ICC. /alicosha/ a leader of the government back with judge with militia , he monitored the Affair Minister //. Sudanese officials have indicated the government will continue to reject the quests to turnover Indian-Sudanese citizens to the ICC. Some activists have welcomed the possibility of charges against president  Bashir which will mark the first time the court has such charges against the sitting head of a state. D K for VOA’s news, N .  

 

North Korea has plunged to finish / its biggest nuclear facility within month in exchange for fuel oil and other economic gate. The reman was rich during six-party talk on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program which concluded in Beijing, Saturday . After talks, the North also agree to allow specters from the six nations to visit the North’s nuclear facilities, review documents and interview technical personnel to make sure the program has been shut down. Experts from the United Nation’s International Atomic Energy Agency would also be allowed to monitor the process.

 

Iran has threatened to /  against Israel and 32 U.S. bases in the Middle East if there is an attract on the Iranian nuclear program.  Some official Iranian news agency called the Deputy for Spring leader // as saying Iran’s missiles could hit and destroyed targets throughout the region. He spoke on the same day Iran dismissed speculation, it risks being attacked over its disputed nuclear program. The Iranian state media called for the foreign minister as saying Israel and the United States do not have the capability to enter that he called ‘another crisis’.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy says Syrian and Lebanon have agreed to open embassies in each other’s capitals. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad made his counterpart Michaela S Saturday in Paris. It was the first meeting since Mr. S was chosen to be president in May.  Relations between the two countries have been strengthen since the 2005 assassination of former Lebanon Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Many Rafik Hariri’s supporters blamed Syrian for the killing which was followed by mass demonstrations and international pressure. The Lebanon was withdrew Syrian troops from Lebanon. Syrian has denied any involvement in the assassination.

 

Pakistani Security Official said suspect Taliban militants have killed at least fifteen soldiers in // in northwest in Pakistan. Official says the militants attacked the soldiers’ convoys Saturday as heading tours to the town of HG in northwest frontier province. The official says the soldiers returned the fire killing at least three militants. The Taliban says only of its fighters died. HG is in a vital travel region / in Afghanistan. The attack to place the top U.S. military officer made an unexpected visit to Pakistan Saturday. And Afghan police are looking for other people involved in that plan.

 

I’m DF  ,VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

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I’m Dennis Flange.

Britain is vowing to press reaction against Zimbabwe one day after China and Russia vetoed the U.S. response resolution that wouldn’t impose UN sanctions against the African Union. The office of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that Mr. Brown will urge European Union action against President Robert Mugabe’s government. Mr. Brown is expected to discuss new EU measures with partners who gather for a Paris summit beginning Sunday. The prime minister’s author said Mr. Brown will propose travel bans on President Mugabe and action against companies owned by his allies. The United States in Britain criticized China and Russia for vetoing the proposed UN sanctions Friday.

 

The Arab League is organizing an emergency meeting at the request of / Sudanese leaders after reports of the International Criminal Court may seek the arrest of Sudan’s president as early as Monday. We hear more from Daryl Kilter.

 

“New names have been yet revealed, but there is growing speculation, Mrinay alkabo will seek the arrest of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for his role in war crimes.” The Arab League says it has received their quest from the Sudanese government to hold the meeting on the issue and has begun consulting foreign ministers from the member countries. On Friday, Sudan’s ambassador to the United Nations, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem Mohamad, denounced the possibility of indictment against President Bashir . “This is a criminal move, that should be resisted by all peace-loving countries in the world.” Sudan has refused to hand over the two Sudanese citizens currently wanted by the ICC. /alicosha/ a leader of the government backed judge with militia , and humanitarian affairs minister *. Sudanese officials have indicated that the government will continue to reject the quests to turn over Indian-Sudanese citizens to the ICC. Some activists have welcomed the possibility of charges against president Bashir which will mark the first time the court has such charges against the sitting head of state. D K for VOA’s news, Nairobi . 

 

 

 

North Korea has pleged to finish disabling its biggest nuclear facility within months in exchange for fuel oil and other economic gain. The agreement was reached during six-party talks on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program which concluded in Beijing, Saturday. After talks, the North also agree to allow inspectors from the six nations to visit the North’s nuclear facilities, review documents and interview technical personnel to make sure the program has been shut down. Experts from the United Nation’s International Atomic Energy Agency would also be allowed to monitor the process.

 

Iran has threatened to retaliate against Israel and 32 U.S. bases in the Middle East if there is an attack on the Iranian nuclear program.  Some at official Iranian news agency quoted the deputy for supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as saying Iran’s missiles could hit and destroy targets throughout the region. He spoke on the same day Iran dismissed speculation, it risks being attacked over its disputed nuclear program. Iranian state media quoted foreign minister as saying Israel and the United States do not have the capability to enter what he called ‘another crisis’.

 

 

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy says Syria and Lebanon have agreed to open embassies in each other’s capitals. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met with his counterpart Michel Suleiman Saturday in Paris. It was the first meeting since Mr. Suleiman was chosen to be president in May.  Relations between the two countries have been strained since the 2005 assassination of former Lebanon Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Many Hariri’s supporters blamed Syrian for the killing which was followed by mass demonstrations and international pressure that led to the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon. Syrian has denied any involvement in the assassination.

 

Pakistani security officials say suspected Taliban militants have killed at least fifteen soldiers in // in northwest in Pakistan. Officials say the militants attacked the soldiers’ convoy Saturday as it was heading towards the town of HG in northwest frontier province. The officials say the soldiers returned the fire killing at least three militants. The Taliban says only one of its fighters died. HG is in a volatile tribal region bordering Afghanistan. The attack took place as the top U.S. military officer made an unexpected visit to Pakistan Saturday. And Afghan police are looking for other people involved in that blast.

 

I’m DF  ,VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

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hw I’m Dennis Flange. Britain is vowing to press reaction against Zimbabwe one day after China and Russia vetoed the U.S. response resolution that wouldn’t impose UN sanctions against the African Union. The office of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that Mr. Brown will urge European Union action against President Robert Mugabe’s government. Mr. Brown is expected to discuss new EU measures with partners who gather for a Paris summit beginning Sunday. The prime minister’s author said Mr. Brown will propose travel bans on President Mugabe and action against companies owned by his allies. The United States in Britain criticized China and Russia for vetoing the proposed UN sanctions Friday. The Arab League is organizing an emergency meeting at the request of / Sudanese leaders after reports of the International Criminal Court may seek the arrest of Sudan’s president as early as Monday. We hear more from Daryl Kilter. “New names have been yet revealed, but there is growing speculation, Mrinay alkabo will seek the arrest of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for his role in war crimes.” The Arab League says it has received their quest from the Sudanese government to hold the meeting on the issue and has begun consulting foreign ministers from the member countries. On Friday, Sudan’s ambassador to the United Nations, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem Mohamad, denounced the possibility of indictment against President Bashir . “This is a criminal move, that should be resisted by all peace-loving countries in the world.” Sudan has refused to hand over the two Sudanese citizens currently wanted by the ICC. /alicosha/ a leader of the government backed judge with militia , and humanitarian affairs minister *. Sudanese officials have indicated that the government will continue to reject the quests to turn over Indian-Sudanese citizens to the ICC. Some activists have welcomed the possibility of charges against president Bashir which will mark the first time the court has such charges against the sitting head of state. D K for VOA’s news, Nairobi . North Korea has pleged to finish disabling its biggest nuclear facility within months in exchange for fuel oil and other economic gain. The agreement was reached during six-party talks on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program which concluded in Beijing, Saturday. After talks, the North also agree to allow inspectors from the six nations to visit the North’s nuclear facilities, review documents and interview technical personnel to make sure the program has been shut down. Experts from the United Nation’s International Atomic Energy Agency would also be allowed to monitor the process. Iran has threatened to retaliate against Israel and 32 U.S. bases in the Middle East if there is an attack on the Iranian nuclear program. Some at official Iranian news agency quoted the deputy for supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as saying Iran’s missiles could hit and destroy targets throughout the region. He spoke on the same day Iran dismissed speculation, it risks being attacked over its disputed nuclear program. Iranian state media quoted foreign minister as saying Israel and the United States do not have the capability to enter what he called ‘another crisis’. French President Nicolas Sarkozy says Syria and Lebanon have agreed to open embassies in each other’s capitals. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met with his counterpart Michel Suleiman Saturday in Paris. It was the first meeting since Mr. Suleiman was chosen to be president in May. Relations between the two countries have been strained since the 2005 assassination of former Lebanon Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Many Hariri’s supporters blamed Syrian for the killing which was followed by mass demonstrations and international pressure that led to the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon. Syrian has denied any involvement in the assassination. Pakistani security officials say suspected Taliban militants have killed at least fifteen soldiers in // in northwest in Pakistan. Officials say the militants attacked the soldiers’ convoy Saturday as it was heading towards the town of HG in northwest frontier province. The officials say the soldiers returned the fire killing at least three militants. The Taliban says only one of its fighters died. HG is in a volatile tribal region bordering Afghanistan. The attack took place as the top U.S. military officer made an unexpected visit to Pakistan Saturday. And Afghan police are looking for other people involved in that blast.
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I’m Dennis /.

 

Britain involves its pressures against Zimbabwe one day after China and Russia vetoed the US sponsored-resolution that will impose UN’s sanctions against African Union. The official of British prime minister Golden Brown announced Mr. Brown was urging the European Union action against Robert Mugabe’s government. Mr. Brown is expected to discuss new EU measures with partners gathered for a Paris summit beginning Sunday. The prime minister also says Mr. Brown will propose travel bans on President Mugabe and actions against companies of his allies. The United States and Britain criticized China and Russia for vetoed proposed sanctions Friday.

 

The / legal has organized an emergency meeting as the request of Sudanese leaders after reports at international criminal court / Sudanese president as early as Monday. We have more from Derrick /

 

No name has yet been reviewed, but there’s a growing speculation. /, who seek Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir for his role in war crimes. The // says he has received the request from the Sudanese government to hold the meeting on the issue as he becoming a consulting minister from the member countries. On Friday, Sudanese Ambassador to the United Nations, Abdalmahmoud Abdalhaleem denounced the possibilities of / against President Bashir.

 

“That is a clear move that should be resisted by all, we should say, peace loving country in all way”

 

Sudan has refused the handover of two Sudanese citizens’ current wanted by the ICC. Ali Kushayb, a leader of the Janjaweed militia, and Sudan's humanitarian affairs minister, Ahmad Haroun. The Sudanese officials has indicated the government will continue to reject the request to turn over any Sudanese citizen to the ICC. Some optimists are watching the possibility of charges against the President Bashir, which will mark the first time such charges against the state. Derrick / for VOA News, Nairobi.

 

North Korea has pledged to finish its discipline of its nuclear facility in a month to exchange for fuel oil and other economic gains. The / reached during the six-party-talk on North Korea’s nuclear weapon program which concluded in Beijing Saturday. After talks, the North also agree to allow speculators of six nations to visit the North nuclear facilities, review documents and interview detect personnel to make sure the program was being shut down. Experts from the United Nation International Atom Energy Agency will also be allowed to monitor the process.

 

Iran has threatened to retaliate against Israel and 32 US-bases in Middle East if there’s an attack against the Iranian nuclear program. Some officials of Iranian News agency told the deputy for / learder, /, saying the Iranian missile could hit the targets throughout its region. He spoke on the same day Iran dismissed the speculation in risks being attacked over distributed nuclear program. Iranian State Media called the formal Prime Minister said Israel and the United States do not have the capability to enter what he called “another crisis”.

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy says Syrian and Lebanon have agreed to open embassies in each others’ capitals. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met his Lebanese counterpart Michel Suleiman Saturday in Pairs. It was the first meeting since Mr. Suleiman was chosen the president in May. Relations between the two countries strained since 2005 assassination of formal Prime Minster /. Many of his supporters from Syrian blamed for the killing which was followed by mass demonstration and international pressure that let them withdraw Syrian troops from Lebanon. Syrian has denied any involvement in the assassination.

 

Pakistan security official say they suspect Taliban militants have killed 15 soldiers in ambush Northwestern in Pakistan. Officials say the militants attack the soldiers’ combo Saturday as they heading forwards Hangu in Northwest F/ province. The official said the soldiers returned the fire, killing at least 3 militants. The Taliban says only one of it fighter died. Hangu is involved in travel region boarding of Afghanistan. The attack took place when the US military officer made an unexpected visit in Pakistan Saturday. The Afghan police are looking for other people involved in that blast.

 

I’m Dennis /, VOA News, more news on the internet on VOAnews.com.

 

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Britain is vowing to press reaction against Zimbabwe one day after China and Russia vetoed the U.S. response resolution that wouldn’t impose UN sanctions against the African Union. The office of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that Mr. Brown will urge European Union action against President Robert Mugabe’s government. Mr. Brown is expected to discuss new EU measures with partners who gather for a Paris summit beginning Sunday. The prime minister’s author said Mr. Brown will propose travel bans on President Mugabe and action against companies owned by his allies. The United States in Britain criticized China and Russia for vetoing the proposed UN sanctions Friday.

 

The Arab League is organizing an emergency meeting at the request of Sudanese leaders after reports of the International Criminal Court may seek the arrest of Sudan’s president as early as Monday. We hear more from Daryl Kilter.

 

“New names have been yet revealed, but there is growing speculation, Mrinay alkabo will seek the arrest of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for his role in war crimes.” The Arab League says it has received their quest from the Sudanese government to hold the meeting on the issue and has begun consulting foreign ministers from the member countries. On Friday, Sudan’s ambassador to the United Nations, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem Mohammad, denounced the possibility of indictment against President Bashir . “This is a criminal move, that should be resisted by all peace-loving countries in the world.” Sudan has refused to hand over the two Sudanese citizens currently wanted by the ICC. Ali Kushayb a leader of the government backed Janjaweed militia , and humanitarian affairs minister Ahmad Haroun. Sudanese officials have indicated that the government will continue to reject the quests to turn over AnyIndian-Sudanese citizens to the ICC. Some activists have welcomed the possibility of charges against president Bashir which will mark the first time the court has such charges against the sitting head of state. D K for VOA’s news, Nairobi. 

 

 

North Korea has pledged to finish disabling its biggest nuclear facility within a month in exchange for fuel oil and other economic gain. The agreement was reached during six-party talks on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program which concluded in Beijing, Saturday. After talks, the North also agree to allow inspectors from the six nations to visit the North’s nuclear facilities, review documents and interview technical personnel to make sure the program has been shut down. Experts from the United Nation’s International Atomic Energy Agency would also be allowed to monitor the process.

 

Iran has threatened to retaliate against Israel and 32 U.S. bases in the Middle East if there is an attack on the Iranian nuclear program.  Some at official Iranian news agency quoted the deputy for supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as saying Iran’s missiles could hit and destroy targets throughout the region. He spoke on the same day Iran dismissed speculation, it risks being attacked over its disputed nuclear program. Iranian state media quoted foreign minister as saying Israel and the United States do not have the capability to enter what he called ‘another crisis’.

 

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy says Syria and Lebanon have agreed to open embassies in each other’s capitals. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met with his counterpart Michel Suleiman Saturday in Paris. It was the first meeting since Mr. Suleiman was chosen to be president in May.  Relations between the two countries have been strained since the 2005 assassination of former Lebanon Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Many Hariri’s supporters blamed Syrian for the killing which was followed by mass demonstrations and international pressure that led to the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon. Syrian has denied any involvement in the assassination.

 

 

Pakistani security officials say suspected Taliban militants have killed at least fifteen soldiers in an ambush northwest in Pakistan. Officials say the militants attacked the soldiers’ convoy Saturday as it was heading towards the town of HG in northwest frontier province. The officials say the soldiers returned the fire killing at least three militants. The Taliban says only one of its fighters died. HG is in a volatile tribal region bordering Afghanistan. The attack took place as the top U.S. military officer made an unexpected visit to Pakistan Saturday. And Afghan police are looking for other people involved in that blast.

 

 

I’m DF  ,VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

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Britain is vowing to press for reaction against Zimbabwe, one day after China and Russia vetoed a U.S.-sponsored resolution that would have imposed UN sanctions against the African Union( should be nation. a typical tongue-slip). The office of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that Mr. Brown will urge European Union action against President Robert Mugabe’s government. Mr. Brown is expected to discuss new EU measures with partners who gather for a Paris summit beginning Sunday. The prime minister’s office said Mr. Brown will propose travel bans on President Mugabe and action against companies owned by his allies. The United States and Britain criticized China and Russia for vetoing the proposed UN sanctions Friday.

 

The Arab League is organizing an emergency meeting at the request of Sudanese leaders after reports that the International Criminal Court may seek the arrest of Sudan’s president as early as Monday. We hear more from  Derek Kilner.

 

No names have  yet been revealed, but there is growing speculation Moreno-Ocampo  will seek the arrest of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for his role in war crimes. The Arab League says it has received a request from the Sudanese government to hold a meeting on the issue and has begun consulting foreign ministers from the member countries. On Friday, Sudan’s ambassador to the United Nations, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem, denounced the possibility of an indictment against President Bashir . “This is a criminal move, that should be resisted by all peace wishers and peace-loving countries in the world.” Sudan has refused to hand over the two Sudanese citizens currently wanted by the ICC, Ali Kushayba leader of the government-backed Janjaweed militia , and humanitarian affairs minister Ahmad Haroun. Sudanese officials have indicated that the government will continue to reject requests to turn over an Sudanese citizens to the ICC. Some activists have welcomed the possibility of charges against President Bashir which would mark the first time the court has such charges against a sitting head of state. Derek Kilner for VOA’s news, Nairobi. 

 

 

North Kore has pledged to finish disabling its biggest nuclear facility within a month in exchange for fuel oil and other economic aid. The agreement was reached during six-party talks on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program which concluded in Beijing Saturday. After the talks, the North also agreed to allow inspectors from the six nations to visit the North’s nuclear facilities, review documents and interview technical personnel to make sure the program has been shut down. Experts from the United Nation’s International Atomic Energy Agency will also be allowed to monitor the process.

 

Iran has threatened to retaliate against Israel and 32 U.S. bases in the Middle East if there is an attack on the Iranian nuclear program.  Some official Iranian news agency quoted the deputy for supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as saying Iran’s missiles could hit and destroy targets throughout the region. He spoke on the same day Iran dismissed speculation it risks being attacked over its disputed nuclear program. Iranian state media quoted foreign minister as saying Israel and the United States do not have the capability to enter what he called ‘another crisis’.

 

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy says Syria and Lebanon have agreed to open embassies in each other’s capitals. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met with his counterpart Michel Suleiman Saturday in Paris. It was the first meeting since Mr. Suleiman was chosen to be president in May.  Relations between the two countries have been strained since the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Many Hariri’s supporters blamed Syria for the killing which was followed by mass demonstrations and international pressure that led to the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon. Syria has denied any involvement in the assassination.

 

 

Pakistani security officials say suspected Taliban militants have killed at least fifteen soldiers in an ambush in northwestern Pakistan. Officials say the militants attacked the soldiers’ convoy Saturday as it was heading towards the town of Hangu in northwest frontier province. The officials say the soldiers returned the fire, killing at least three militants. The Taliban says only one of its fighters died. Hangu is in a vulnerable tribal region bordering Afghanistan. The attack took place as a top U.S. military officer made an unexpected visit to Pakistan Saturday. And Afghan police are looking for other people involved in that blast.

 

 

I’m Dennis Crock, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

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I’m Dennis Crock.

 

Britain is vowing to press for reaction against Zimbabwe, one day after China and Russia vetoed a U.S.-sponsored resolution that would have imposed UN sanctions against the African Union( should be nation. a typical tongue-slip). The office of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that Mr. Brown will urge European Union action against President Robert Mugabe’s government. Mr. Brown is expected to discuss new EU measures with partners who gather for a Paris summit beginning Sunday. The prime minister’s office said Mr. Brown will propose travel bans on President Mugabe and action against companies owned by his allies. The United States and Britain criticized China and Russia for vetoing the proposed UN sanctions Friday.

 

The Arab League is organizing an emergency meeting at the request of Sudanese leaders after reports that the International Criminal Court may seek the arrest of Sudan’s president as early as Monday. We hear more from Derek Kilner .

 

“No names have  yet been revealed, but there is  growing speculation Moreno-Ocampo  will seek the arrest of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for his role in war crimes.” The Arab League says it has received a request from the Sudanese government to hold a meeting on the issue and has begun consulting foreign ministers from the member countries. On Friday, Sudan’s ambassador to the United Nations, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem, denounced the possibility of an indictment against President Bashir . “This is a criminal move, that should be resisted by all peace wishers and peace-loving countries in the world.” Sudan has refused to hand over the two Sudanese citizens currently wanted by the ICC, Ali Kushayb, a leader of the government-backed Janjaweed militia , and humanitarian affairs minister Ahmad Haroun. Sudanese officials have indicated that the government will continue to reject requests to turn over any Sudanese citizens to the ICC. Some activists have welcomed the possibility of charges against President Bashir which would mark the first time the court has such charges against a sitting head of state.Derek Kilner for VOA’s news, Nairobi. 

 

 

North Kore has pledged to finish disabling its biggest nuclear facility within a month in exchange for fuel oil and other economic aid. The agreement was reached during six-party talks on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program which concluded in Beijing Saturday. After the talks, the North also agreed to allow inspectors from the six nations to visit the North’s nuclear facilities, review documents and interview technical personnel to make sure the program has been shut down. Experts from the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency will also be allowed to monitor the process.

 

Iran has threatened to retaliate against Israel and 32 U.S. bases in the Middle East if there is an attack on the Iranian nuclear program.  Some official Iranian news agency quoted the deputy for supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as saying Iran’s missiles could hit and destroy targets throughout the region. He spoke on the same day Iran dismissed speculation it risks being attacked over its disputed nuclear program. Iranian state media quoted foreign minister as saying Israel and the United States do not have the capability to enter what he called ‘another crisis’.

 

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy says Syria and Lebanon have agreed to open embassies in each other’s capitals. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met with his counterpart Michel Suleiman Saturday in Paris. It was the first meeting since Mr. Suleiman was chosen to be president in May.  Relations between the two countries have been strained since the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Many Hariri’s supporters blamed Syrian for the killing which was followed by mass demonstrations and international pressure that led to the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon. Syria has denied any involvement in the assassination.

 

 

Pakistani security officials say suspected Taliban militants have killed at least fifteen soldiers in an ambush in northwestern Pakistan. Officials say the militants attacked the soldiers’ convoy Saturday as it was heading towards the town of Hangu in northwest frontier province. The officials say the soldiers returned the fire, killing at least three militants. The Taliban says only one of its fighters died. Hangu is in a vulnerable tribal region bordering Afghanistan. The attack took place as the top U.S. military officer made an unexpected visit to Pakistan Saturday. And Afghan police are looking for other people involved in that blast.

 

 

I’m Dennis Crock  ,VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

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I’m Dennis Crock.

 

Britain is vowing to press for reaction against Zimbabwe, one day after China and Russia vetoed a U.S.-sponsored resolution that would have imposed UN sanctions against the African Union( should be nation. a typical tongue-slip). The office of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that Mr. Brown will urge European Union action against President Robert Mugabe’s government. Mr. Brown is expected to discuss new EU measures with partners who gather for a Paris summit beginning Sunday. The prime minister’s office said Mr. Brown will propose travel bans on President Mugabe and action against companies owned by his allies. The United States and Britain criticized China and Russia for vetoing the proposed UN sanctions Friday.

 

The Arab League is organizing an emergency meeting at the request of Sudanese leaders after reports that the International Criminal Court may seek the arrest of Sudan’s president as early as Monday. We hear more from Derek Kilner .

 

“No names have  yet been revealed, but there is  growing speculation Moreno-Ocampo  will seek the arrest of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for his role in war crimes.” The Arab League says it has received a request from the Sudanese government to hold a meeting on the issue and has begun consulting foreign ministers from the member countries. On Friday, Sudan’s ambassador to the United Nations, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem, denounced the possibility of an indictment against President Bashir . “This is a criminal move, that should be resisted by all peace wishers and peace-loving countries in the world.” Sudan has refused to hand over the two Sudanese citizens currently wanted by the ICC, Ali Kushayb, a leader of the government-backed Janjaweed militia , and Humanitarian Affairs Minister Ahmad Harun. Sudanese officials have indicated that the government will continue to reject requests to turn over any Sudanese citizens to the ICC. Some activists have welcomed the possibility of charges against President Bashir which would mark the first time the court has such charges against a sitting head of state.Derek Kilner for VOA’s news, Nairobi. 

 

 

North Korea has pledged to finish disabling its biggest nuclear facility within a month in exchange for fuel oil and other economic aid. The agreement was reached during six-party talks on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program which concluded in Beijing Saturday. After the talks, the North also agreed to allow inspectors from the six nations to visit the North’s nuclear facilities, review documents and interview technical personnel to make sure the program has been shut down. Experts from the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency will also be allowed to monitor the process.

 

Iran has threatened to retaliate against Israel and 32 U.S. bases in the Middle East if there is an attack on the Iranian nuclear program.  Some official Iranian news agency quoted the deputy for supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as saying Iran’s missiles could hit and destroy targets throughout the region. He spoke on the same day Iran dismissed speculation it risks being attacked over its disputed nuclear program. Iranian state media quoted foreign minister as saying Israel and the United States do not have the capability to enter what he called ‘another crisis’.

 

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy says Syria and Lebanon have agreed to open embassies in each other’s capitals. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met with his counterpart Michel Suleiman Saturday in Paris. It was the first meeting since Mr. Suleiman was chosen to be president in May.  Relations between the two countries have been strained since the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Many Hariri’s supporters blamed Syrian for the killing which was followed by mass demonstrations and international pressure that led to the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon. Syria has denied any involvement in the assassination.

 

 

Pakistani security officials say suspected Taliban militants have killed at least fifteen soldiers in an ambush in northwestern Pakistan. Officials say the militants attacked the soldiers’ convoy Saturday as it was heading towards the town of Hangu in northwest frontier province. The officials say the soldiers returned the fire, killing at least three militants. The Taliban says only one of its fighters died. Hangu is in a vulnerable tribal region bordering Afghanistan. The attack took place as the top U.S. military officer made an unexpected visit to Pakistan Saturday. And Afghan police are looking for other people involved in that blast.

 

 

I’m Dennis Crock  ,VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

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on Sherrycream I’m Dennis Crock. Britain is vowing to press for reaction against Zimbabwe, one day after China and Russia vetoed a U.S.-sponsored resolution that would have imposed UN sanctions against the African Union( should be nation. a typical tongue-slip). The office of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that Mr. Brown will urge European Union action against President Robert Mugabe’s government. Mr. Brown is expected to discuss new EU measures with partners who gather for a Paris summit beginning Sunday. The prime minister’s office said Mr. Brown will propose travel bans on President Mugabe and action against companies owned by his allies. The United States and Britain criticized China and Russia for vetoing the proposed UN sanctions Friday. The Arab League is organizing an emergency meeting at the request of Sudanese leaders after reports that the International Criminal Court may seek the arrest of Sudan’s president as early as Monday. We hear more from Derek Kilner . “No names have yet been revealed, but there is growing speculation that Moreno-Ocampo will seek the arrest of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for his role in war crimes.” The Arab League says it has received a request from the Sudanese government to hold a meeting on the issue and has begun consulting foreign ministers from the member countries. On Friday, Sudan’s ambassador to the United Nations, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem, denounced the possibility of an indictment against President Bashir . “This is a criminal move, that should be resisted by all peace wishers and peace-loving countries in the world.” Sudan has refused to hand over the two Sudanese citizens currently wanted by the ICC, Ali Kushayb, a leader of the government-backed Janjaweed militia , and Humanitarian Affairs Minister Ahmad Harun. Sudanese officials have indicated that the government will continue to reject requests to turn over any Sudanese citizens to the ICC. Some activists have welcomed the possibility of charges against President Bashir which would mark the first time the court has such charges against a sitting ahead of state.Derek Kilner for VOA’s news, Nairobi. 不知道怎么用红色字体改,改的部分还是用了原颜色字体 North Korea has pledged to finish disabling its biggest nuclear facility within a month in exchange for fuel oil and other economic aid. The agreement was reached during six-party talks on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program which concluded in Beijing Saturday. After the talks, the North also agreed to allow inspectors from the six nations to visit the North’s nuclear facilities, review documents and interview technical personnel to make sure the program has been shut down. Experts from the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency will also be allowed to monitor the process. Iran has threatened to retaliate against Israel and 32 U.S. bases in the Middle East if there is an attack on the Iranian nuclear program. Some official Iranian news agency quoted the deputy for supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as saying Iran’s missiles could hit and destroy targets throughout the region. He spoke on the same day Iran dismissed speculation it risks being attacked over its disputed nuclear program. Iranian state media quoted foreign minister as saying Israel and the United States do not have the capability to enter what he called ‘another crisis’. French President Nicolas Sarkozy says Syria and Lebanon have agreed to open embassies in each other’s capitals. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met with his counterpart Michel Suleiman Saturday in Paris. It was the first meeting since Mr. Suleiman was chosen to be president in May. Relations between the two countries have been strained since the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Many Hariri’s supporters blamed Syrian for the killing which was followed by mass demonstrations and international pressure that led to the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon. Syria has denied any involvement in the assassination. Pakistani security officials say suspected Taliban militants have killed at least fifteen soldiers in an ambush in northwestern Pakistan. Officials say the militants attacked the soldiers’ convoy Saturday as it was heading towards the town of Hangu in northwest frontier province. The officials say the soldiers returned the fire, killing at least three militants. The Taliban says only one of its fighters died. Hangu is in a vulnerable tribal region bordering Afghanistan. The attack took place as the top U.S. military officer made an unexpected visit to Pakistan Saturday. And Afghan police are looking for other people involved in that blast. I’m Dennis Crock ,VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

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I’m Dennis Crock.

 

Britain is vowing to press /reaction against Zimbabwe, one day after China and Russia vetoed a U.S.-sponsored resolution that would have imposed UN sanctions against the African Union. The office of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that Mr. Brown will urge European Union action against President Robert Mugabe’s government. Mr. Brown is expected to discuss new EU measures with partners who gather for a Paris summit beginning Sunday. The prime minister’s office said Mr. Brown will propose travel bans on President Mugabe and action against companies owned by his allies. The United States and Britain criticized China and Russia for vetoing the proposed UN sanctions Friday.

 

The Arab League is organizing an emergency meeting at the request of Sudanese leaders after reports that the International Criminal Court may seek the arrest of Sudan’s president as early as Monday. We hear more from Derek Kilner .

 

No names have yet been revealed, but there is  growing speculation that Moreno-Ocampo  will seek the arrest of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for his role in war crimes. The Arab League says it has received a request from the Sudanese government to hold a meeting on the issue and has begun consulting foreign ministers from the member countries. On Friday, Sudan’s ambassador to the United Nations, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem, denounced the possibility of an indictment against President Bashir.

It is a criminal move, that should be resisted by all peace wishers and peace-loving countries in the world.”

Sudan has refused to hand over the two Sudanese citizens currently wanted by the ICC, Ali Kushayb a leader of the government-backed Janjaweed militia , and Humanitarian Affairs Minister Ahmad Harun. Sudanese officials have indicated that the government will continue to reject requests to turn over any Sudanese citizen/ to the ICC. Some activists have welcomed the possibility of charges against President Bashir which would mark the first time the court has such charges against a sitting head of state.Derek Kilner for VOA’s news, Nairobi

 

 

North Korea has pledged to finish disabling its biggest nuclear facility within / months in exchange for fuel oil and other economic aid. The agreement was reached during six-party talks on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program which concluded in Beijing Saturday. After / talks, the North also agreed to allow inspectors from the six nations to visit the North’s nuclear facilities, review documents and interview technical personnel to make sure the program has been shut down. Experts from the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency would also be allowed to monitor the process.

 

Iran has threatened to retaliate against Israel and 32 U.S. bases in the Middle East if there is an attack on the Iranian nuclear program.  Some official Iranian news agency quoted the deputy for supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as saying Iran’s missiles could hit and destroy targets throughout the region. He spoke on the same day Iran dismissed speculation it risks being attacked over its disputed nuclear program. Iranian state media quoted foreign minister as saying Israel and the United States do not have the capability to enter what he called ‘another crisis’.

 

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy says Syria and Lebanon have agreed to open embassies in each other’s capitals. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met with his counterpart Michel Suleiman Saturday in Paris. It was the first meeting since Mr. Suleiman was chosen to be president in May.  Relations between the two countries have been strained since the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Many Hariri’s supporters blamed Syrian for the killing which was followed by mass demonstrations and international pressure that led to the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon. Syria has denied any involvement in the assassination.

 

 

Pakistani security officials say suspected Taliban militants have killed at least fifteen soldiers in an ambush in northwestern Pakistan. Officials say the militants attacked the soldiers’ convoy Saturday as it was heading towards the town of Hangu in northwest frontier province. The officials say the soldiers returned the fire, killing at least three militants. The Taliban says only one of its fighters died. Hangu is in a vulnerable tribal region bordering Afghanistan. The attack took place as the top U.S. military officer made an unexpected visit to Pakistan Saturday. And Afghan police are looking for other people involved in that blast.

 

 

I’m Dennis Crock  ,VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

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I’m Dennis Crock.

 Britain is vowing to press reaction against Zimbabwe, one day after China and Russia vetoed a U.S.-sponsored resolution that would have imposed UN sanctions against the African Union. The office of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that Mr. Brown will urge European Union action against President Robert Mugabe’s government. Mr. Brown is expected to discuss new EU measures with partners who gather for a Paris summit ,beginning Sunday. The Prime Minister’s Office said Mr. Brown will propose travel bans on President Mugabe and action against companies owned by his allies. The United States and Britain criticize China and Russia for vetoing the proposed UN sanctions Friday.

 The Arab League is organizing an emergency meeting at the request of Sudanese leaders after reports of the International Criminal Court may seek the arrest of Sudan’s president as early as Monday. We hear more from Derek Kilner .

 No names have yet been revealed, but there is  growing speculation that Moreno-Ocampo  will seek the arrest of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for his role in war crimes. The Arab League says it has received a request from the Sudanese government to hold a meeting on the issue and has begun consulting foreign ministers from the member countries. On Friday, Sudan’s ambassador to the United Nations, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem, denounced the possibility of an indictment against President Bashir. It is a criminal move, that should be resisted by all peace wishers and peace-loving countries in the world lived.” Sudan has refused to hand over the two Sudanese citizens currently wanted by the ICC, Ali Kushayb a leader of the government-backed Janjaweed militia , and Humanitarian Affairs Minister Ahmad Harun. Sudanese officials have indicated that the government will continue to reject requests to turn over any Sudanese citizen to the ICC. Some activists have welcomed the possibility of charges against President Bashir which would mark the first time the court has such charges against a sitting head of state.Derek Kilner for VOA’s news, Nairobi

 North Korea has pledged to finish disabling its biggest nuclear facility within months in exchange for fuel oil and other economic aid. The agreement was reached during Six-Party Talks on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program which concluded in Beijing Saturday. After talks, the North also agreed to allow inspectors from the six nations to visit the North’s nuclear facilities, review documents and interview technical personnel to make sure the program has been shut down. Experts from the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency would also be allowed to monitor the process.

 Iran has threatened to retaliate against Israel and 32 U.S. bases in the Middle East if there is an attack on the Iranian nuclear program.  Some official Iranian news agency quote the deputy for supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as saying Iran’s missiles could hit and destroy targets throughout the region. He spoke on the same day Iran dismissed speculation, it risks being attacked over its disputed nuclear program. Iranian state media quoted foreign minister as saying Israel and the United States do not have the capability to enter what he called ‘another crisis’.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy says Syria and Lebanon have agreed to open embassies in each other’s capitals. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met with Lebanese counterpart Michel Suleiman Saturday in Paris. It was the first meeting since Mr. Suleiman was chosen to be president in May.  Relations between the two countries have been strained since the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Many Hariri’s supporters blamed Syrian for the killing which was followed by mass demonstrations and international pressure that led to the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon. Syria has denied any involvement in the assassination.

Pakistani security officials say suspected Taliban militants have killed at least fifteen soldiers in an ambush in northwestern Pakistan. Officials say the militants attacked the soldiers’ convoy Saturday as it was heading towards the town of Hangu in northwest frontier province. The officials say the soldiers returned the fire, killing at least three militants. The Taliban says only one of its fighters died. Hangu is in a vulnerable tribal region bordering Afghanistan. The attack took place as the top U.S. military officer made an unexpected visit to Pakistan Saturday. And Afghan police are looking for other people involved in that blast.

I’m Dennis Crock  ,VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

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I’m Dennis Crock.

 

Britain is vowing to press for action against Zimbabwe, one day after China and Russia vetoed a U.S.-sponsored resolution that would have imposed UN sanctions against the African Union( should be nation. a typical tongue-slip). The office of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that Mr. Brown will urge European Union action against President Robert Mugabe’s government. Mr. Brown is expected to discuss new EU measures with partners who gather for a Paris summit beginning Sunday. The prime minister’s office said Mr. Brown will propose travel bans on President Mugabe and action against companies owned by his allies. The United States and Britain criticized China and Russia for vetoing the proposed UN sanctions Friday.

 

The Arab League is organizing an emergency meeting at the request of Sudanese leaders after reports that the International Criminal Court may seek the arrest of Sudan’s president as early as Monday. We hear more from Derek Kilner .

 

No names have  yet been revealed, but there is  growing speculation Moreno-Ocampo  will seek the arrest of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for his role in war crimes. The Arab League says it has received a request from the Sudanese government to hold a meeting on the issue and has begun consulting foreign ministers from the member countries. On Friday, Sudan’s ambassador to the United Nations, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem, denounced the possibility of an indictment against President Bashir . “This is a criminal move, that should be resisted by all peace wishers and peace-loving countries in the world.” Sudan has refused to hand over the two Sudanese citizens currently wanted by the ICC, Ali Kushayb, a leader of the government-backed Janjaweed militia , and Humanitarian Affairs Minister Ahmad Haroun. Sudanese officials have indicated that the government will continue to reject requests to turn over any Sudanese citizens to the ICC. Some activists have welcomed the possibility of charges against President Bashir which would mark the first time the court has such charges against a sitting head of state.Derek Kilner for VOA’s news, Nairobi. 

 

 

North Korea has pledged to finish disabling its biggest nuclear facility within a month in exchange for fuel oil and other economic aid. The agreement was reached during six-party talks on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program which concluded in Beijing Saturday. After the talks, the North also agreed to allow inspectors from the six nations to visit the North’s nuclear facilities, review documents and interview technical personnel to make sure the program has been shut down. Experts from the United Nations's International Atomic Energy Agency will also be allowed to monitor the process.

 

Iran has threatened to retaliate against Israel and 32 U.S. bases in the Middle East if there is an attack on the Iranian nuclear program.  Some official  Iranian news agency quoted the deputy for supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as saying Iran’s missiles could hit and destroy targets throughout the region. He spoke on the same day Iran dismissed speculation it risks being attacked over its disputed nuclear program. Iranian state media quoted foreign minister as saying Israel and the United States do not have the capability to enter what he called ‘another crisis’.

 

 

French President Nicolas Sarkozy says Syria and Lebanon have agreed to open embassies in each other’s capitals. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met with his counterpart Michel Suleiman Saturday in Paris. It was the first meeting since Mr. Suleiman was chosen to be president in May.  Relations between the two countries have been strained since the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Many Hariri’s supporters blamed Syria for the killing which was followed by mass demonstrations and international pressure that led to the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon. Syria has denied any involvement in the assassination.

 

 

Pakistani security officials say suspected Taliban militants have killed at least fifteen soldiers in an ambush in northwestern Pakistan. Officials say the militants attacked the soldiers’ convoy Saturday as it was heading towards the town of Hangu in northwest frontier province. The officials say the soldiers returned the fire, killing at least three militants. The Taliban says only one of its fighters died. Hangu is in a vulnerable tribal region bordering Afghanistan. The attack took place as a top U.S. military officer made an unexpected visit to Pakistan Saturday. And Afghan police are looking for other people involved in that blast.

 

 

I’m Dennis Crock, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com.

 

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I’m Dennis Crock.

Britain is vowing to press for action against Zimbabwe, one day after China and Russia vetoed a U.S.-sponsored resolution that would have imposed UN sanctions against the African Union( should be nation. a typical tongue-slip). The office of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that Mr. Brown will urge European Union action against President Robert Mugabe’s government. Mr. Brown is expected to discuss new EU measures with partners who gather for a Paris summit beginning Sunday. The prime minister’s office said Mr. Brown will propose travel bans on President Mugabe and action against companies owned by his allies. The United States and Britain criticized China and Russia for vetoing the proposed UN sanctions Friday.

The Arab League is organizing an emergency meeting at the request of Sudanese leaders after reports that the International Criminal Court may seek the arrest of Sudan’s president as early as Monday. We hear more from Derek Kilner . No names have yet been revealed, but there is growing speculation Moreno-Ocampo will seek the arrest of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for his role in war crimes. The Arab League says it has received a request from the Sudanese government to hold a meeting on the issue and has begun consulting foreign ministers from the member countries. On Friday, Sudan’s ambassador to the United Nations, Abdalmahmood Abdalhaleem, denounced the possibility of an indictment against President Bashir . “This is a criminal move, that should be resisted by all peace wishers and peace-loving countries in the world.” Sudan has refused to hand over the two Sudanese citizens currently wanted by the ICC, Ali Kushayb, a leader of the government-backed Janjaweed militia , and Humanitarian Affairs Minister Ahmad Haroun. Sudanese officials have indicated that the government will continue to reject requests to turn over any Sudanese citizens to the ICC. Some activists have welcomed the possibility of charges against President Bashir which would mark the first time the court has such charges against a sitting head of state.Derek Kilner for VOA’s news, Nairobi.

North Korea has pledged to finish disabling its biggest nuclear facility within a month in exchange for fuel oil and other economic aid. The agreement was reached during six-party talks on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program which concluded in Beijing Saturday. After the talks, the North also agreed to allow inspectors from the six nations to visit the North’s nuclear facilities, review documents and interview technical personnel to make sure the program has been shut down. Experts from the United Nations's International Atomic Energy Agency will also be allowed to monitor the process.

Iran has threatened to retaliate against Israel and 32 U.S. bases in the Middle East if there is an attack on the Iranian nuclear program. Some official Iranian news agency quoted the deputy for supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as saying Iran’s missiles could hit and destroy targets throughout the region. He spoke on the same day Iran dismissed speculation it risks being attacked over its disputed nuclear program. Iranian state media quoted foreign minister as saying Israel and the United States do not have the capability to enter what he called ‘another crisis’.

 French President Nicolas Sarkozy says Syria and Lebanon have agreed to open embassies in each other’s capitals. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met with Lebanese counterpart Michel Suleiman Saturday in Paris. It was the first meeting since Mr. Suleiman was chosen to be president in May. Relations between the two countries have been strained since the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. Many Hariri’s supporters blamed Syria for the killing which was followed by mass demonstrations and international pressure that led to the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon. Syria has denied any involvement in the assassination.

Pakistani security officials say suspected Taliban militants have killed at least fifteen soldiers in an ambush in northwestern Pakistan. Officials say the militants attacked the soldiers’ convoy Saturday as it was heading towards the town of Hangu in northwest frontier province. The officials say the soldiers returned the fire, killing at least three militants. The Taliban says only one of its fighters died. Hangu is in a vulnerable tribal region bordering Afghanistan. The attack took place as a top U.S. military officer made an unexpected visit to Pakistan Saturday. And Afghan police are looking for other people involved in that blast.

I’m Dennis Crock, VOA news. More news on the internet at voanews.com

 

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