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The exodus from the Gulf Coast has begun as Hurricane Gustav takes aim on the region. Tens of thousands of people have been leaving today. If the storm stays on its current path, a mandatory evacuation will be ordered for the entire city of New Orleans in the morning. Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour says all lanes of two major interstate highways will be rerouted to handle people leaving Louisiana. Gustav is expected to strengthen further by tomorrow to a Category-5 storm with winds of 160 miles an hour or more. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal says his state is in a projected bull's eye. "This could be as bad as it gets, based on the water temperature, based on the hurricane storm track. Obviously things can still change, but our people need to take the storm extremely seriously, not just because of the winds, but also because of the tidal surge." Jindal is assigning hundreds of National Guard troops to help patrol the streets of New Orleans after the expected evacuation.

Business has been brisk today at stores in the region as people buy supplies to secure their homes. Jevons Salastin works at a Home Depot in Houma, Louisiana. People all get their money out of the bank, get everything set aside to prepare for the worst and hope for the best. Some of the people leaving New Orleans have been evacuated by train to Memphis, Cantus Ledlow from member station WKNO reports.

More than 3500 New Orleans evacuees are expected to arrive in Memphis tonight by train. AMTRAK has suspended its regular passenger service so that the train called "City of New Orleans" could be used to transport people who would not otherwise have transportation. Three years ago, mass transportation was not used when Katrina hit, leaving many trapped in the city. Emergency officials and the Red Cross have set up ten shelters in Memphis for nearly 2000 of those coming in tonight. The remainder will take shelter in community centers east of Memphis. For NPR News, I'm Cantus Ledlow in Memphis.

Hurricane Gustav is currently pummeling Cuba's western tip. The storm has maximum winds of 150 miles an hour. It's expected to slam into the Gulf Coast late Monday or early Tuesday.

Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is campaigning in Ohio today and other swing states this weekend. NPR's Don Gonyea has more from the campaign trail.

Senator Obama is campaigning with his running mate Joe Biden in Ohio today. The Obama campaign has been focusing on key battleground states in these days immediately following the wrap-up of the Democratic Convention. The Obama campaign has also released a new TV ad, reacting to Senator McCain's pick of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate. They are not talking so much about Palin in that ad. They are talking about John McCain and saying while he has portrayed his pick as another example of the kind of change he would bring the Washington, they say that, that really John McCain represents more of the same. Don Gonyea NPR News, traveling in Ohio with the Obama campaign.

This is NPR News from Washington.

Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown says Russia must not be allowed to subject Europe to what he called an energy stranglehold. In a Sunday article in a London newspaper, Brown says he has told Russian President Dmitry Medvedev to expect a determined response when European Union leaders meet Monday to discuss the situation in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Brown added that it may be necessary to re-evaluate NATO's relationship with Russia and Russia's participation in the Group of Eight Major Industrialized Nations.

The UN Refugee Agency has registered some 2300 people from villages in Georgia in the buffer zone between the town of Gori and the breakaway South Ossetia region. Lisa Schlein has that story from Geneva.

The UN Refugee Agency says the internally displaced include about 800 elderly people who were forced to flee their homes by marauding militia, some reportedly from South Ossetia. Spokeswoman Helene Caux says they are staying in a tent camp near Gori. "The newly displaced in Gori all have stories of intimidation including beatings by the militia in buffer zone villages north of Gori." Coe says some of these elderly Georgians have fled their homes a second time because they felt unsafe when they returned to their villages. They report their houses were damaged and looted, their cattle slaughtered. For NPR News, I'm Lisa Schlein in Geneva.

In India, emergency workers have been hampered by heavy rain and damaged roads as they tried to get relief supplies to millions of villagers displaced by widespread flooding. The waters have spread over more than 200,000 acres of farmland in that country. Despite a marathon rescue effort, thousands of people remain stranded.

I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

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  The exceeds from the Gulf Coast has began as Hurricane Gustav takes aim on the region. Tens of thousands of people have been leaving today. * Stone State is on it current path on mandatorily evacuation will be ordered for the entire city of New Orleans in the morning. Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour says all lands of two major interstate highways will be rerounded to handle people leaving Louisiana. Gustav is expected to strengthen further by tomorrow to a Category-5 storm with winds of 160 miles an hour or more. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal says his state is in the project *. "This could be as bad as *, based on the water temperature, based on the hurricane storm track. Obviously things can stop to change, but our people need to take the storm extremely seriously, not just because of the winds, but also because of title surge." Jindal is signing hundreds of National Guard troops to help patrol the streets of New Orleans after the expected evacuation.




  Business has been burst today at the storms in the region as people buy supplies to secure their homes. * * works at the home * in * Louisiana. People get their money out of the bank, get everything set side to prepare for the worse and hope for the best. Some of the people leaving New Orleans have been evacuated by train to Memphis, Candy * from members station WKNO reports.




  More 3500 New Orleans evacuees are expected to arrive in Memphis tonight by train. Empty track have suspended its regular passenger service so that the train called "City of New Orleans" could be use to transport people who would not otherwise have transportation. Three years ago, mass transportation was not used when Katrina hit, leaving many trapped in the city. Emergency officials and the Red Cross have set up ten shelters in Memphis for nearly 2000 of those coming in tonight. The remained will take shelter in community shelter east of Memphis. For NPR News, I'm Candy * in Memphis.




  Hurricane Gustav is currently pounding Cuba's western tip. The storm has maximum winds of 150 miles an hours. It's expected to slam into the Gulf Coast late Monday of early Tuesday.




  Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is campaigning in Ohio today in others wins this weekend. NPR's Don Gonyea has more from the campaign trial.




  Senator Obama is campaigning with his running mate Joe Biden in Ohio today. The Obama campaign has been focusing on key battleground states in these day immediately following the rap of the Democratic Convention. The Obama campaign has also released a new TV ad, reacting to Senator McCain's pick of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate. They are not talking so much about Palin in that ad. They are talking about John McCain and saying while he is *, he has picked as another example as a kind of change. He would bring the Washington, they say that, that really John McCain represents more of the same. Don Gonyea NPR News, traveling in Ohio with the Obama campaign.




  This is NPR News from Washington.




  Britain's Prime Minister Goden Brown says Russia must not be allow to subject Europe to what he called an energy strange halt. In a * article in a London newspaper, Brown says he has told Russia President Dmitry Medvedev to expected to determine response when European Union leaders meet Monday to discuss the situation of former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Brown added that maybe necessary re-evaluate NATO's relationship with Russia and Russia's participation in the Group of Eight Major Industrialized nations.




  The Un Refugee Agency has registered some 2300 people from villages in Georgia in the buffer zone between the town of Gori and breakaway South Ossetia region. Lisa Schlein has that story from Geneva.




  The UN Refugee Agency says the internally displace include about 800 elderly people were force flee their homes by militia *. Some reportedly from South Ossetia. Spokeswoman * * says they are staying in the tent camp near Gori. "The newly displace in Gori all have threats of intimidations including beating by the militia in buffer zone villages north of Gori." * says some of the elderly Georgians have fled their homes as  second time because they thought time sick when they returned to their villages. They reported their houses were damaged and looted. Their cattle were slaughtered. For NPR News, I'm Lisa Schlein in Geneva.




  In India, emergency workers have been hampered by heave rain and damaged roads as they tried to get to relief supplies to millions of villagers displace by the widespread flooring. The water have spread over more 200,000 acres of farmland in that country despite the marathon rescue effect, thousands of people remain strangled.




  I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.   

 

  

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The // from the gulf coast has begun as hurricane Gustav takes aim on the region. Tens of thousands of people have been leaving today. If the storm stays on its current path, a mandatory evacuation will be ordered for the entire city of New Orleans in the morning. Mississippi governor Haley Barbour says all lames of two major interstate highways will be re-allowed to handle people leaving Louisiana. Gustav is expected to strengthen further by tomorrow to a category 5 storm with winds of 160 miles a hour or more. Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal his state is in the projective boat side. “This could be as bad as guessed based on water chapter, based on  the hurricane storm track, obviously things can still change, but our people need to take the storm extremely seriously, not just because of the winds, but also because the title served. ” Jindal is signing hundreds of national guard troops to help patrol the streets of New Orleans after the expected evacuation.

 

Business has been brisk today as stores in the region as people buy supplies to secure their homes. /Jovarn Salerstin/ works at home depot in homo Louisiana. “People at their money out of the bank, get everything set aside, to prepare for the worse and hope for the // ” Some of the people leaving New Orleans have been evacuated by training to Memphis, /Ketzel Lovelor/ for member station WKNO reports.

 

More than 35 thousand New Orleans evacuated and expected to arrive in Memphis tonight by train. M-tracker has suspended its regular passenger service of the train called city of New Orleans could be used to transport people who not otherwise transportation. Three years ago, mass transportation was not used to Katrina head, leaving many trapped in the city. Emergency officials and the Red Cross set up ten shouters in Memphis for nearly two thousand of those come in tonight. The remained will take shouter in community centers east of Memphis. For NPR News, I’m / Ketzel Lovelor /, Memphis.

 

Hurricane Gustav is currently pummeling Cuba’s western tip, the storm has maximum winds of 150 miles an hour. It’s expected to slam into the gulf coast late Monday, or early Tuesday.

 

Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is campaigning in Ohio today, another swings day to this weekend. NPR’s Don Gonyea has more from the campaign trail.

 

Senator Obama is campaigning with his running mate Joe Biden in Ohio today. The Obama campaigning has been focusing on key battle ground states in these days immediately following the wrap of the democratic convention. The Obama campaign has also released a new TV ad, reacting to senator McCain’s pick of Alaska governor Sarah Palin as his running mate. They are not talking so much about Palin in that ad, they are talking about John McCain and saying while he has portrayed his pick as another example of a kind of the change. He will bring to Washington, they say that really John McCain represents more of the same. Don Gonyea, NPR News, traveling in Ohio with Obama campaign. This is NPR New, from Washington.

 

Britain’s prime minister Gordon Brown says Russia must not be allowed to subject Europe to what he called on energy strangle hold. In the Sunday article in a London newspaper Brown says he has told Russian president Dmitry Medvedev to expect to determine the response when European Union leaders meet Monday, to discuss the situation in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Brown added that it may be not necessary to reevaluate NATO’s relationship with Russia, and Russia’s participation in the group of eight majoring industrialized nations. The UN refugee agency has registered some 2300 people from villages in Georgia and Buffer zone between the town of Gori and breakaway South Ossetia region. Lisa Schlein has that story from Geneva.

 

The UN refugee agency says the internally displace included about 800 elderly people who were forcefully to leave their homes by // militia. Some reportedly from South Ossetia. Spokeswoman /Holli Coll/ says they are staying in that tent camp near Gori. “The newly dismissed in Gori or have threads of intimidation, including beatings by the militia in the Buffer Zone village, north of Gori.”  Coll says some of these elderly Georgian have fled their homes second time because they felt unsafe when they return to their villages. They report their houses were damaged and diluted, their cattle slaughtered. For NPR News I’m Lisa Schlein in Geneva.

 

In India emergency workers have been happed by heavy rain and damaged roads as they try to get relief supplies to millions of villagers displaced by widespread flooding. The water set spread  over more than 200,000 acres of farmland in that country despite a Marathon rescue effort thousands of people remain stranded.

 

I’m Craig Windham, NPR News, in Washington.

 

 

 

 

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  The exceeder from the Gulf Coast has begun as Hurricane Gustav takes aim on the region. Tens of thousands of people have been leaving today. If the storm stays on its current path, a mandatory evacuation will be ordered for the entire city of New Orleans in the morning. Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour says all lames of two major interstate highways will be re-allowed to handle people leaving Louisiana. Gustav is expected to strengthen further by tomorrow to a Category-5 storm with winds of 160 miles an hour or more. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal says his state is in the projective boat side. "This could be as bad as a guess based on the water temperature, based on the hurricane storm track. Obviously things can stop to change, but our people need to take the storm extremely seriously, not just because of the winds, but also because of title surge." Jindal is signing hundreds of National Guard troops to help patrol the streets of New Orleans after the expected evacuation.




  Business has been brisk today at the stores in the region as people buy supplies to secure their homes. * * works at the home depot in homo Louisiana. People get their money out of the bank, get everything set side to prepare for the worse and hope for the best. Some of the people leaving New Orleans have been evacuated by train to Memphis, Candy * from members station WKNO reports.




  More than 3500 New Orleans evacuees are expected to arrive in Memphis tonight by train. M-tracker has suspended its regular passenger service so that the train called "City of New Orleans" could be used to transport people who would not otherwise have transportation. Three years ago, mass transportation was not used when Katrina hit, leaving many trapped in the city. Emergency officials and the Red Cross have set up ten shelters in Memphis for nearly 2000 of those coming in tonight. The remained will take shelter in community shelters east of Memphis. For NPR News, I'm Candy * in Memphis.




  Hurricane Gustav is currently pummeling Cuba's western tip. The storm has maximum winds of 150 miles an hours. It's expected to slam into the Gulf Coast late Monday or early Tuesday.




  Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is campaigning in Ohio today in others wins this weekend. NPR's Don Gonyea has more from the campaign trail.




  Senator Obama is campaigning with his running mate Joe Biden in Ohio today. The Obama campaign has been focusing on key battleground states in these day immediately following the wrap of the Democratic Convention. The Obama campaign has also released a new TV ad, reacting to Senator McCain's pick of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate. They are not talking so much about Palin in that ad. They are talking about John McCain and saying while he has portrayed his pick as another example as a kind of change. He will bring to / Washington, they say that, that really John McCain represents more of the same. Don Gonyea NPR News, traveling in Ohio with the Obama campaign.




  This is NPR News from Washington.




  Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown says Russia must not be allowed to subject Europe to what he called an energy strangle hold. In a Sunday article in a London newspaper, Brown says he has told Russian President Dmitry Medvedev to expect to determine response when European Union leaders meet Monday to discuss the situation in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Brown added that maybe necessary re-evaluate NATO's relationship with Russia and Russia's participation in the Group of Eight Major Industrialized nations.




  The UN Refugee Agency has registered some 2300 people from villages in Georgia in the buffer zone between the town of Gori and breakaway South Ossetia region. Lisa Schlein has that story from Geneva.




  The UN Refugee Agency says the internally displaced include about 800 elderly people were forced to flee their homes by Morabe militia. Some reportedly from South Ossetia. Spokeswoman * * says they are staying in the tent camp near Gori. "The newly displaced in Gori all have threats of intimidations including beatings by the militia in buffer zone villages north of Gori." * says some of these elderly Georgians have fled their homes /  second time because they thought unsafe when they returned to their villages. They reported their houses were damaged and looted, their cattle / slaughtered. For NPR News, I'm Lisa Schlein in Geneva.




  In India, emergency workers have been hampered by heave rain and damaged roads as they tried to get to relief supplies to millions of villagers displaced by the widespread flooding. The waters have spread over more 200,000 acres of farmland in that country despite the marathon rescue effect, thousands of people remain stranded.




  I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

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  The exceeds from the Gulf Coast has begun as Hurricane Gustav takes aim on/among the region. Tens of thousands of people have been leaving today. * Stone State If the storm is on its current path, on mandatorily/a mandatory evacuation will be ordered for the entire city of New Orleans in the morning. Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour says all lands/alleyways of two major interstate highways will be rerounded/ruled out to handle people leaving Louisiana. Gustav is expected to strengthen further by tomorrow to a Category-5 storm with winds of 160 miles an hour or more. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal says his state is in the project *. "This could be as bad as */yet, based on the water temperature, based on the hurricane storm track. Obviously things can stop to change, but our people need to take the storm extremely seriously, not just because of the winds, but also because of title surge." Jindal is signing/has assigned hundreds of National Guard troops to help patrol the streets of New Orleans after the expected evacuation.

  Business has been burst today at the storms in the region as people buy supplies to secure their homes. * * works at/in the Home Depot* in * Louisiana. People get their money out of the bank, get everything set side to prepare for the worse and hope for the best. Some of the people leaving New Orleans, have been evacuated by train to Memphis, Candy * from members station WKNO reports.

  More 3500 New Orleans evacuees are expected to arrive in Memphis tonight by train. Empty track have suspended its regular passenger service so that the train called "City of New Orleans" could be used to transport people who would not otherwise have transportation. Three years ago, mass transportation was not used when Katrina hit, leaving many trapped in the city. Emergency officials and the Red Cross have set up ten shelters in Memphis for nearly 2000 of those coming in tonight. The remained will take shelter in community shelter/centers east of Memphis. For NPR News, I'm Candy * in Memphis.

  Hurricane Gustav is currently pounding Cuba's western tip. The storm has maximum winds of 150 miles an hours/hour. It's expected to slam into the Gulf Coast late Monday of/or early Tuesday.

  Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is campaigning in Ohio today in others’ win State this weekend. NPR's Don Gonyea has more from the campaign trial/trail.

  Senator Obama is campaigning with his running mate Joe Biden in Ohio today. The Obama campaign has been focusing on key battleground states in these day immediately following the rap of the Democratic Convention. The Obama campaign has also released a new TV ad, reacting to Senator McCain's pick of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate. They are not talking so much about Palin in that ad. They are talking about John McCain and saying while he is * he has picked/he portrayed his pick as another example as a kind of change. He would bring the Washington, they say that, that really John McCain represents more of the same. Don Gonyea NPR News, traveling in Ohio with the Obama campaign.

  This is NPR News from Washington.

  Britain's Prime Minister Goden Brown says Russia must not be allow ed to subject Europe to what he called an energy strange halt/strangle hold. In a *Sun article in, a London newspaper, Brown says he has told Russia President Dmitry Medvedev to expected to determine response when European Union leaders meet Monday to discuss the situation of former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Brown added that maybe necessary to re-evaluate NATO's relationship with Russia and Russia's participation in the Group of Eight Major Industrialized Nations./

  The Un Refugee Agency has registered some 2300 people from villages in Georgia in the buffer zone between the town of Gori and breakaway South Ossetia region. Lisa Schlein has that story from Geneva.

  The UN Refugee Agency says the internally displace include about 800 elderly people were forced to flee their homes by militia *. Some reportedly from South Ossetia. Spokeswoman * * says they are staying in the tent camp near Gori. "The newly displace in Gori all have threats of intimidations including beating by the militia in buffer zone villages north of Gori." * says some of the elderly Georgians have fled their homes as a second time because they thought time sick/safe when they returned to their villages. They reported their houses were damaged and looted. Their cattle were slaughtered. For NPR News, I'm Lisa Schlein in Geneva.

  In India, emergency workers have been hampered by heave/heavy rain and damaged roads as they tried to get to relief supplies to millions of villagers displace by the widespread flooring/flooding. The water have spread over more 200,000 acres of farmland in that country despite the/a marathon rescue effect, thousands of people remain stranded.

  I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.   

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From NPR News in Washington, I'm C w. The accident from the Gulf coast has began as hurricane Gustav takes aim on the region. Tens of thousands people have been leaving today. If the storm stays on its current pat, a mandatory evacuation will be ordered for the entire city of New Orleans in the moring. Mississipi governer H Bober says all lanes of two major inter-state highways will be rerounded to handle people leaving Louisiana. Gustav is expected to strengthen further by tomorrow to a category 5 storm with winds by 160 miles an hour or more. Louisiana governor Bobby G says his state is in the projective boat side. "This could be as bad as guessed, based on the water temperature, based on the hurricane ,storm track, abviously things can still change, but our people need to take the storm extremely seriouly, not just because of winds but also because of the title s." G is assigning hundreds of national guard troops to help potral the streets of New Orleans after the expected evacuation. Businesses have been grift today as stores in the region as people buy supplies to secure their homes. J works at home, D in her home, Louisiana. "People all get their money out the Bank, and everything set aside to prepare for the worst and hope for the best. " Some of the people are leaving New Orleans have been evacuated by train to Memphis. C from memeber station WKNO reports. More than 35,00 New Orleans evacuees are expected to arrive Memphis tonight by train. M-tracker has suspended as its regular passenger service of its train called "city of New Orleans" could be used to transport people who will not otherwise have transportation. 3 years ago, mass transportation was not used when Katrina hit , leaving many trapped in the city. Emergency offcials and Red Cross have set up ten shelters in Memphis for nearly 2,000 of those coming tonight. The remained will take shelter in community centers east of Memphis. For NPR News, I'm Candy in Memphis. Hurricane Gustav is currently pummeling Cuba's western tip. The storm has maximum winds of 150 miles an hour, it's expected to slam into to the Gulf coast late Monday or early Tuesday. Democratic Presidential nominee Barack Obama is campaigning in Ohio today and others Wedneday this weekend. NPR's D has more from the campaign trail. Senator Obama is campaigning with his running-mate Joe Biden in Ohio today. The Obama campaign has been focusing on key battle grouds states and these states immediately following the wrap of the Democratic Convention. The Obama campaign has also released a new TV ad, reacting to Senator McCain's pick of the last governer Sarah Palin as his running-mate. They are not talking so much about Palin in that ad., they are talking about John McCain and saying why he was portrayed his pick as another example of kind of change he will bring to Washington. They say that really John McCain represents more of the same. D, NPR News, travelling in Ohio with Obama campaign. This is NPR News from Washington. Britian's Prime Minister Golden Brown says Russia must be not allowed to subject Europe to what he called "an energy strangle hold." In the Sunday article in an London newspaper, Brown says he has told Russian President Dmitry Medvedev to expect to determine response when European Union Leaders leave Monday to discuss the situation in former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Brown added that may be necessary to re-valuate Nato's relationship with Russia and Russia's participation in the group of 8 major industrialized nations. The UN Refugee Agency has registered some 23,00 people from villages in Georiga and a buffer zone between the town of Gori and breakaway South Ossetia region. Lisa S has that story for Geneva. The UN Refugee Agency says internally displaced include about 8,00 elderly people were forced flee their homes by Morabe militia ,some reportedly from South Ossetia. Spokeswoman H says they are staying in an tent camp near Gori. "The newly displaced in Gori all have thrests of intimidation including beatings by the militia in buffer zone villages, north of Gori." K says some of these elderly Georgian have fled their homes a second time because they felt unsafe when they returned their villages. They report their homes were damage and looted , their cattle slaughtered. For NPR News, I'm Lisa S in Geneva. In India, emergency workers have been hampered by heavy rains and damaged roads as they tried to get release supplies to millions of villages displaced by wide spread flooding. The waters have spreaded over more than 200,000 acres farmland in that country despite of marathon rescue effort, thousands of people remain stranded. I'm C w, NPR News in Washington.

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From NPR News in Washington, I'm C w.

 

The accident from the Gulf coast has began as hurricane Gustav takes aim on the region. Tens of thousands people have been leaving today. If the storm stays on its current pat, a mandatory evacuation will be ordered for the entire city of New Orleans in the moring. Mississipi governer H Bober says all lanes of two major inter-state highways will be rerounded to handle people leaving Louisiana. Gustav is expected to strengthen further by tomorrow to a category 5 storm with winds by 160 miles an hour or more. Louisiana governor Bobby G says his state is in the projective boat side.

 

"This could be as bad as guessed, based on the water temperature, based on the hurricane ,storm track, abviously things can still change, but our people need to take the storm extremely seriouly, not just because of winds but also because of the title s."

 

G is assigning hundreds of national guard troops to help potral the streets of New Orleans after the expected evacuation. Businesses have been grift today as stores in the region as people buy supplies to secure their homes. J works at home, D in her home, Louisiana.

 

"People all get their money out the Bank, and everything set aside to prepare for the worst and hope for the best. "

 

Some of the people are leaving New Orleans have been evacuated by train to Memphis. C from memeber station WKNO reports.

 

More than 35,00 New Orleans evacuees are expected to arrive  Memphis tonight by train. M-tracker has suspended as its regular passenger service of its train called "city of New Orleans" could be used to transport people who will not otherwise have transportation. 3 years ago, mass transportation was not used when Katrina hit , leaving many trapped in the city. Emergency offcials and Red Cross have set up ten shelters in Memphis for nearly 2,000 of those coming tonight. The remained will take shelter in community centers east of Memphis. For NPR News, I'm Candy in Memphis.

 

Hurricane Gustav is currently pummeling Cuba's western tip. The storm has maximum winds of 150 miles an hour, it's expected to slam into to the Gulf coast late Monday or early Tuesday.

 

Democratic Presidential nominee Barack Obama is campaigning in Ohio today and others Wedneday this weekend. NPR's D has more from the campaign trail.

Senator Obama is campaigning with his running-mate Joe Biden in Ohio today. The Obama campaign has been focusing on key battle grouds states and these states immediately following the wrap of the Democratic Convention. The Obama campaign has also released a new TV ad, reacting to Senator McCain's pick of the last governer  Sarah Palin as his running-mate. They are not talking so much about Palin in that ad., they are talking about John McCain and saying why he was portrayed his pick as another example of kind of change he will bring to Washington. They say that really John McCain represents more of the same. D, NPR News, travelling in Ohio with Obama campaign.

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

Britian's Prime Minister Golden Brown says Russia must be not allowed to subject Europe to what he called "an energy strangle hold." In the Sunday article in an London newspaper, Brown says he has told Russian President Dmitry Medvedev to expect to determine response when European Union Leaders leave Monday to discuss the situation in former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Brown added that may be necessary to re-valuate Nato's relationship with Russia and Russia's participation in the group of 8 major industrialized nations.

 

The UN Refugee Agency has registered some 23,00 people from villages in Georiga and a buffer zone between the town of Gori and breakaway South Ossetia region. Lisa S has that story for Geneva.

 

The UN Refugee Agency says internally displaced include about 8,00 elderly people were forced flee their homes by Morabe militia ,some reportedly from South Ossetia. Spokeswoman H says they are staying in an tent camp near Gori.

 

"The newly displaced in Gori all have thrests of intimidation including beatings by the militia in buffer zone villages, north of Gori."

 

K says some of these elderly Georgian have fled their homes a second time because they felt unsafe when they returned their villages. They report their homes were damage and looted , their cattle slaughtered. For NPR News, I'm Lisa S in Geneva.

 

In India, emergency workers have been hampered by heavy rains and damaged roads as they tried to get release supplies to millions of villages displaced by wide spread flooding. The waters have spreaded over more than 200,000 acres farmland in that country despite of marathon rescue effort, thousands of people remain stranded.

 

 

I'm C w, NPR News in Washington.

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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

 

The ? from the Gulf Coast has began as hurricane Gustav takes aim on the region. Tens of Thousands of people have been leaving today. If the storm stays on its current pattern, a mandatory evacuation will be ordered for the entire city of the New Oleans in the morning. Mississippi safety governor Haley Barbour says all lines of 2 major inter state highway will be re-crowd to handle people leaving Louisiana. Gustav is expected to strengthen further by tomorrow to a category-5 storm with winds about 160 miles an hour or more. Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal says his stay is in the project ?. "This could be as bad as guess, based on the water temperature, based on the hurricane, storm strick, obviously things can stop change, but our poeple need to take the storm extremely seriously, not just because the winds, but also because the ?." Jindal also signing hundreds of national guard troops to help patrol the streets of New oleans after the expected evacuation. Business has been ? today as storages in the region as people buy supplies to secury their homes. Jevan Salastin works at home dapartment in the whole Louisiana. "people are get their money out the bank, get everything set aside, to prepare for the worst and hope for the best." Some of the people leaving New Oleans have been evacuated by train to Menphis. K.L. for member station WKNO reports.

 

More than 3500 New Oleans evacuators expected to arrive in Memphis tonight by train. Army trucks spent in this regular passenger service with the train called city of New Oleans could be used to transfer people who would not otherwise transpertation. 3 years ago, mans transpertation was not used to Katrina had leaving many trapt in the city. Emmergency officials and the Red Cross have set up 10 shelters in Memphis for nearly 2000 of those coming in tonight, the remender will take shelter in Communite Center east of Memphis. For NPR News, I'm K.L. in Memphis.

 

Hurricane is currently ? Cuba's western tip. The storm has maxed the winds of 150 miles an hour. It is expected to land on the Gulf Coast late Monday or early Tuesday.

 

Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is campainning in Ohio today and others in Wednesday till this weekend. NPR's Don Gonyea has more from campain trail.

 

Senator Obama is campainning with his running mate Joe Biden in Ohio today. The Obama campain has been focusing on key battle ground states in his days immedialy following the ? of Democratic convention. The Obama campain has also released a new TV ad. reacting to Senator McCain's pick up of Alaska governor Sarah Palin as his running mate. They are not talking so much about Palin in that ad. They are talking about John McCain in saying what he has betraied his ? as another example of this kind of change he will bring the Washington. They say that really John McCain repersents more of the thing. Don Gonyea, NPR News, trivelling in Ohio with Obama campain.

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown says Russia must not be allowed to subject Europe to what he called on energy ? hold. In the Sunday article in a London newspaper, Brown says he has told Russian president Dmitry Medvedev to expect the turnning response when European Union leaders meet Monday to discuss the situation in the former Sorviet Republic of Georgia. Brown added that maybe necessary to reevaluate NATO relationship with Russia, and Russia's ? in the Group of 8 Major Industrialized Nations. The UN Refuge Agency has registered some 2300 people from villages in Georgia, and ? between the town of Gori and breakaway South Ossetia region. Lisa Schlein has that story from Geneva.

The UN Refuge Agency says the internally displace include about 800 elder people were forced to flee their homes by ?, some reportedly from South Ossetia. Spokeswoman Henlin Coho says they are staying in the temp-camps near Gori. "The newly displace in Gori or have ? of ?, including beatings by the ? in ? vallages north of Gori." C. says some of these elderly Georgians have fled their homes the 3rd time because they felt town safe when they returned to the valleges. They report their homes were damaged and ?, their cattle slaughtered. For NPR News, I'm Lisa Schlein in Geneva.

 

In India, emmergency workers have been hampered by heavy rain and damaged road as they tried to get relief supplies to millions of vallegers displaced by widespread flooding. The water has spread more than 200000 acres of farm land that country. Despite of ? rescue effort, thousands of people remain ?.

 

I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

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The exit from the gulf coast has begun as hurricane Gustav takes aim on the region. Tens of thousands of people have been leaving today. If the storm stays on its current path, a mandatory evacuation would be ordered for the entire city of New Orleans in the morning. Mississippi governor Hely Bubber says all lanes of two major inter-state highways will be re-allowed to handle peopole leaving Louisiana.

 

Gustav is expected to strengthen further by tomorrow to a category 5 storm with winds of per hour 60 miles or more. Louisiana governor Bobby Jindow says his state is in the projective boat side. "This could be as bad as a guess based on the, the water temperature, based on the hurricane storm track. Obviously things can stop changing but people need to take the storm extremly seriously not just because of the wind but also because of the tide surge." Jindow is assigning hundreds of national guard troops to help control the streets of New Orleans after the expected evacuation.

 

Businesses have been burst today as in the store of the region peple buy supplies to secure their homes. Joeby Selenstin works at home, Baton in home of Louisiana. "People are getting their money out of the bank, get everything set aside, to prepare for the worst and hope for the best." Some of the people living in New Orleans have been evacuated by train to Memphis, Candy Ledlow from Memphis station, WKNO reports.

 

"More than 3500 of New Orleans evacuees are expected to arrive Memphis tonight by train. Mtrack has suspended its regular passenger service of the train called "city of New Orleans" could be used to transport people who would not otherwise have transportation. Three years ago, mass transportation was not used when Katrina hit, leaving many trapped in the city. Emergency officials and the red cross set up ten shelters in Memphis for 2000 of those coming in tonight, the remainders will take shelter in community center east of Memphis. From NPR News, I'm Candy Ledlow in Memphis."

 

Hurricane Gustav is currently plumming Cuba's western tip. The storm has the maximum wind of 150 miles an hour, it is expected to slam into the Gulf Coast late Monday or early Tuesday.

 

Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is campaigning in Ohio today another win state this weekend. NPR's Down Gun has more from campaign trail.

 

"Senate Obama is campaigning with his running-mate Joe Biden in Ohio today. The Obama campaign has been focusing on key battle ground states in these days immediately following the rap of the Democratic convention. The Obama campaign has also released a new TV ad reacting to Senate McCain's pick of Alaska governor Sara Palin as his running-mate. They are not talking so much about Palin in that ad, they are talking about John McCain, and saying he has portrayed his pic as another example of some kind of change he will bring to the Washington, they said that really John Macain represents more of the same. Down Gun, NPR News traveling in Ohio with the Obama campaign."

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

Britain's prime minister Gorden Brown says Russia must not be allowed to subject Europe to what he called an energy stranglehold. And a Sunday article in the London newspaper, Brown says he has told Russian president Dmitry Medvedev to expect the determined response when European Union leader meets Monday to discuss the situation in the former soviet public of Georgia. Brown added that it may be necessary to revaluate NATO's relationship with Russia and Russia's participation in the group of Eight Major Industrilized Nations.

 

The UN refugee angency has registered some 2300 people from villages in Goergia in the buffers zone between the town of Gori and breakaway South Ossetia region. Lisa Gimline has that story from Goergia.

 

"The UN refugee angency says the internally displaced include about 800 elderly people who were forced to leave their homes by moraty militia, some reportedly from South Ossetia. Spokeswomen Helin Cou says they are staying in the tent camp near Gori,"The newly displaced in Gori all have threaths of intimidation including beetings by the militia in buffer zone villages north of Gori. Cou says some of elderly Goerigas have flat their homes for second time because they feel unsafe when they return their villages. They report their houses were damaged and looted, their cattle slaughtered. From NPR News, I'm Lisa Gimline, in Goergia. "

 

In Inida emergency workers have been hampered by heavy rain and damaged roads as they try to get relief supplies to millions of villages diaplaced by widespread flooding. The water has spreaded over more than 200,000 arces of farmeland in that country despite of marathon rescue effort, thousands of people remain stranded.

 

I'm Crick Window, NPR News in Washington.

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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

     The exodus from the Gulf Coast has begun as Hurricane Gustav takes aim on the region. Tens of thousands of people have been leaving today. If the storm stays on its current path, a mandatory evacuation will be ordered for the entire city of New Orleans in the morning. Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour says all lanes of two major interstate highways will be rerouted to handle people leaving Louisiana. Gustav is expected to strengthen further by tomorrow to a Category-5 storm with winds of 160 miles an hour or more. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal says his state is in the projected *. "This could be as bad as it gets, based on the water temperature, based on the hurricane storm track. Obviously things can still change, but our people need to take the storm extremely seriously, not just because of the winds, but also because of the tidal surge." Jindal is assignning hundreds of National Guard troops to help patrol the streets of New Orleans after the expected evacuation.

 

     Business has been burst today at / stores in the region as people buy supplies to secure their homes. Jevons Salastin works at a Home Depot in home of Louisiana. “People are getting their money out of the bank, getting everything set aside to prepare for the worse and hope for the best.” Some of the people leaving New Orleans have been evacuated by train to Memphis, Cantus Ledlow from members station WKNO reports.

 

    More 3500 New Orleans’ evacuees are expected to arrive in Memphis tonight by train. Mtrack have suspended its regular passenger service so that the train called "City of New Orleans" could be used to transport people who would not otherwise have transportation. Three years ago, mass transportation was not used when Katrina hit, leaving many trapped in the city. Emergency officials and the Red Cross have set up ten shelters in Memphis for nearly 2000 of those coming in tonight. The remainder will take shelter in community centers east of Memphis. For NPR News, I'm Cantus Ledlow in Memphis.

 

    Hurricane Gustav is currently pummeling Cuba's western tip. The storm has maximum winds of 150 miles an hour. It's expected to slam into the Gulf Coast late Monday or early Tuesday.

 

    Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is campaigning in Ohio today in other swing states this weekend. NPR's Don Gonyea has more from the campaign trail.

 

    Senator Obama is campaigning with his running mate Joe Biden in Ohio today. The Obama campaign has been focusing on key battleground states in these day immediately following the wrap of the Democratic Convention. The Obama campaign has also released a new TV ad, reacting to Senator McCain's pick of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate. They are not talking so much about Palin in that ad. They are talking about John McCain and saying while he has portrayed his pick as another example of the kind of change, he would bring the Washington, they say that, that really John McCain represents more of the same. Don Gonyea NPR News, traveling in Ohio with the Obama campaign.

 

    This is NPR News from Washington.

    Britain's Prime Minister Goden Brown says Russia must not be allow ed to subject Europe to what he called an energy stranglehold. In a Sunday article in a London newspaper, Brown says he has told Russian President Dmitry Medvedev to expect/ a determined response when European Union leaders meet Monday to discuss the situation in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Brown added that it maybe necessary to re-evaluate NATO's relationship with Russia and Russia's participation in the Group of Eight Major Industrialized Nations.

 

    The Un Refugee Agency has registered some 2300 people from villages in Georgia in the buffer zone between the town of Gori and the breakaway South Ossetia region. Lisa Schlein has that story from Geneva.

 

    The UN Refugee Agency says the internally displaced include about 800 elderly people were forced to flee their homes by * militia. Some reportedly from South Ossetia. Spokeswoman Helin Coe says they are staying in the tent camp near Gori. "The newly displaced in Gori all have threats of intimidations including beatings by the militia in buffer zone villages north of Gori." Coe says some of the elderly Georgians have fled their homes as a second time because they thought time’s safe when they returned to their villages. They reported their houses were damaged and looted, their cattle slaughtered. For NPR News, I'm Lisa Schlein in Geneva.

 

    In India, emergency workers have been hampered by heavy rain and damaged roads as they tried to get / relief supplies to millions of villagers displaced by widespread flooding. The waters have spread over more 200,000 acres of farmland in that country despite a marathon rescue effect, thousands of people remain stranded.

    I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.   

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The exodus from the Gulf Coast has begun as Hurricane Gustav takes aim on the region. Tens of thousands of people have been leaving today. If the storm stays on its current path, a mandatory evacuation will be ordered for the entire city of New Orleans in the morning. Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour says all lanes of two major interstate highways will be rerouted to handle people leaving Louisiana. Gustav is expected to strengthen further by tomorrow to a Category-5 storm with winds of 160 miles an hour or more. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal says his state is in the projected *. "This could be as bad as it gets, based on the water temperature, based on the hurricane storm track. Obviously things can still change, but our people need to take the storm extremely seriously, not just because of the winds, but also because of the tidal surge." Jindal is assigning hundreds of National Guard troops to help patrol the streets of New Orleans after the expected evacuation.

 

Business has been burst today at / stores in the region as people buy supplies to secure their homes. Jevons Salastin works at a Home Depot in home of Louisiana. “People all get their money out of the bank, get/ everything set aside to prepare for the worse and hope for the best.” Some of the people leaving New Orleans have been evacuated by train to Memphis, Cantus Ledlow from member/ station WKNO reports.

 

More 3500 New Orleans’ evacuees are expected to arrive in Memphis tonight by train. AMTRAK has suspended its regular passenger service so that the train called "City of New Orleans" could be used to transport people who would not otherwise have transportation. Three years ago, mass transportation was not used when Katrina hit, leaving many trapped in the city. Emergency officials and the Red Cross have set up ten shelters in Memphis for nearly 2000 of those coming in tonight. The remainder will take shelter in community centers east of Memphis. For NPR News, I'm Cantus Ledlow in Memphis.

 

Hurricane Gustav is currently pummeling Cuba's western tip. The storm has maximum winds of 150 miles an hour. It's expected to slam into the Gulf Coast late Monday or early Tuesday.

 

Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is campaigning in Ohio today and other swing states this weekend. NPR's Don Gonyea has more from the campaign trail.

 

Senator Obama is campaigning with his running mate Joe Biden in Ohio today. The Obama campaign has been focusing on key battleground states in these days immediately following the wrap of the Democratic Convention. The Obama campaign has also released a new TV ad, reacting to Senator McCain's pick of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate. They are not talking so much about Palin in that ad. They are talking about John McCain and saying while he has portrayed his pick as another example of the kind of change he would bring the Washington, they say that, that really John McCain represents more of the same. Don Gonyea NPR News, traveling in Ohio with the Obama campaign.

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown says Russia must not be allowed to subject Europe to what he called an energy stranglehold. In a Sunday article in a London newspaper, Brown says he has told Russian President Dmitry Medvedev to expect/ a determined response when European Union leaders meet Monday to discuss the situation in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Brown added that it maybe necessary to re-evaluate NATO's relationship with Russia and Russia's participation in the Group of Eight Major Industrialized Nations.

 

The Un Refugee Agency has registered some 2300 people from villages in Georgia in the buffer zone between the town of Gori and the breakaway South Ossetia region. Lisa Schlein has that story from Geneva.

 

The UN Refugee Agency says the internally displaced include about 800 elderly people were forced to flee their homes by marauding militia, some reportedly from South Ossetia. Spokeswoman Helin Coe says they are staying in the tent camp near Gori. "The newly displaced in Gori all have threats of intimidation/ including beatings by the militia in buffer zone villages north of Gori." Coe says some of these elderly Georgians have fled their homes / a second time because they thought time’s safe when they returned to their villages. They report/ their houses were damaged and looted, their cattle slaughtered. For NPR News, I'm Lisa Schlein in Geneva.

 

In India, emergency workers have been hampered by heavy rain and damaged roads as they tried to get / relief supplies to millions of villagers displaced by widespread flooding. The waters have spread over more than 200,000 acres of farmland in that country despite a marathon rescue effect, thousands of people remain stranded.

 

 I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

 

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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Craig Windham.

 

The exodus from the Gulf Coast has begun as Hurricane Gustav takes aim on the region. Tens of thousands of people have been leaving today. If the storm stays on its current path, a mandatory evacuation will be ordered for the entire city of New Orleans in the morning. Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour says all lanes of two major interstate highways will be rerouted to handle people leaving Louisiana. Gustav is expected to strengthen further by tomorrow to a Category-5 storm with winds of 160 miles an hour or more. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal says his state is in the projective bull's eye. "This could be as bad as it gets, based on the water temperature, based on the hurricane storm track. Obviously things can still change, but our people need to take the storm extremely seriously, not just because of the winds, but also because of the tidal surge." Jindal is assigning hundreds of National Guard troops to help patrol the streets of New Orleans after the expected evacuation.

 

Business has been burst today at stores in the region as people buy supplies to secure their homes. Jevons Salastin works at a Home Depot in Homer, Louisiana. “People all get their money out of the bank, get/ everything set aside to prepare for the worst and hope for the best.” Some of the people leaving New Orleans have been evacuated by train to Memphis, Cantus Ledlow from member station WKNO reports.

 

More than 3500 New Orleans’ evacuees are expected to arrive in Memphis tonight by train. AMTRAK has suspended its regular passenger service so that the train called "City of New Orleans" could be used to transport people who would not otherwise have transportation. Three years ago, mass transportation was not used when Katrina hit, leaving many trapped in the city. Emergency officials and the Red Cross have set up ten shelters in Memphis for nearly 2000 of those coming in tonight. The remainder will take shelter in community centers east of Memphis. For NPR News, I'm Cantus Ledlow in Memphis.

 

Hurricane Gustav is currently pummeling Cuba's western tip. The storm has maximum winds of 150 miles an hour. It's expected to slam into the Gulf Coast late Monday or early Tuesday.

 

Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is campaigning in Ohio today and other swing states this weekend. NPR's Don Gonyea has more from the campaign trail.

 

Senator Obama is campaigning with his running mate Joe Biden in Ohio today. The Obama campaign has been focusing on key battleground states in these days immediately following the wrap-up of the Democratic Convention. The Obama campaign has also released a new TV ad, reacting to Senator McCain's pick of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate. They are not talking so much about Palin in that ad. They are talking about John McCain and saying while he has portrayed his pick as another example of the kind of change he would bring the Washington, they say that, that really John McCain represents more of the same. Don Gonyea NPR News, traveling in Ohio with the Obama campaign.

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown says Russia must not be allowed to subject Europe to what he called an energy stranglehold. In a Sunday article in a London newspaper, Brown says he has told Russian President Dmitry Medvedev to expect/ a determined response when European Union leaders meet Monday to discuss the situation in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Brown added that it maybe necessary to re-evaluate NATO's relationship with Russia and Russia's participation in the Group of Eight Major Industrialized Nations.

 

The Un Refugee Agency has registered some 2300 people from villages in Georgia in the buffer zone between the town of Gori and the breakaway South Ossetia region. Lisa Schlein has that story from Geneva.

 

The UN Refugee Agency says the internally displaced include (估计这里播音员有口误,应该是including才说得通) about 800 elderly people were forced to flee their homes by marauding militia, some reportedly from South Ossetia. Spokeswoman Helin Coe says they are staying in the tent camp near Gori. "The newly displaced in Gori all have threats of intimidation/ including beatings by the militia in buffer zone villages north of Gori." Coe says some of these elderly Georgians have fled their homes / a second time because they felt unsafe when they returned to their villages. They report/ their houses were damaged and looted, their cattle slaughtered. For NPR News, I'm Lisa Schlein in Geneva.

 

In India, emergency workers have been hampered by heavy rain and damaged roads as they tried to get / relief supplies to millions of villagers displaced by widespread flooding. The waters have spread over more than 200,000 acres of farmland in that country despite a marathon rescue effort. Thousands of people remain stranded.

 

 I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.
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The exdous from the Gulf Coast has begun as Hurricane Gustav takes aim on the region. Tens of thousands of people have been leaving today. If the storm stays on it current path, a mandatory evacuation will be ordered for the entire city of New Orleans in the morning. Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour says all lanes of two major interstate highways will be rerouted to handle people leaving Louisiana. Gustav is expected to strengthen further by tomorrow to a Category-5 storm with winds of 160 miles an hour or more. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal says his state is in the projective bull’s eye. "This could be as bad as it gets, based on the water temperature, based on the hurricane storm track. Obviously things can still change, but our people need to take the storm extremely seriously, not just because of the winds, but also because of the tidal surge. " Jindal is assigning hundreds of National Guard troops to help patrol the streets of New Orleans after the expected evacuation.



Business has been burst today at stores in the region as people buy supplies to secure their homes. Jevons Salastin works at a home Depot in Homer, Louisiana. People get their money out of the bank, get everything set aside to prepare for the worst and hope for the best. Some of the people leaving New Orleans have been evacuated by train to Memphis, Cantus Ledlow from member station WKNO reports.



More than 3500 New Orleans evacuees are expected to arrive in Memphis tonight by train. AMTRAK has suspended its regular passenger service so that the train called "City of New Orleans" could be used to transport people who would not otherwise have transportation. Three years ago, mass transportation was not used when Katrina hit, leaving many trapped in the city. Emergency officials and the Red Cross have set up ten shelters in Memphis for nearly 2000 of those coming in tonight. The remainder will take shelter in community center east of Memphis. For NPR News, I'm Cantus Ledlow in Memphis.



Hurricane Gustav is currently pummeling Cuba's western tip. The storm has maximum winds of 150 miles an hour. It's expected to slam into the Gulf Coast late Monday or early Tuesday.



Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is campaigning in Ohio today and other swing states this weekend. NPR's Don Gonyea has more from the campaign trail.



Senator Obama is campaigning with his running mate Joe Biden in Ohio today. The Obama campaign has been focusing on key battleground states in these days immediately following the warp-up of the Democratic Convention. The Obama campaign has also released a new TV ad, reacting to Senator McCain's pick of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate. They are not talking so much about Palin in that ad. They are talking about John McCain and saying while he has portrayed his pick as another example of the kind of change, he would bring the Washington, they say that, that really John McCain represents more of the same. Don Gonyea NPR News, traveling in Ohio with the Obama campaign.



This is NPR News from Washington.



Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown says Russia must not be allowed to subject Europe to what he called an energy stranglehold. In a Sunday article in a London newspaper, Brown says he has told Russian President Dmitry Medvedev to expect a determined response when European Union leaders meet Monday to discuss the situation of former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Brown added that it maybe necessary to re-evaluate NATO's relationship with Russia and Russia's participation in the Group of Eight Major Industrialized Nations.



The Un Refugee Agency has registered some 2300 people from villages in Georgia in the buffer zone between the town of Gori and the breakaway South Ossetia region. Lisa Schlein has that story from Geneva.



The UN Refugee Agency says the internally displaced include about 800 elderly people were forced to flee their homes by marauding militia, some reportedly from South Ossetia. Spokeswoman Helin Coe says they are staying in the tent camp near Gori. "The newly displaced in Gori all have threats of intimidation including beatings by the militia in buffer zone villages north of Gori. " Coe says some of these elderly Georgians have fled their homes a second time because they felt unsafe when they returned to their villages. They reported their houses were damaged and looted, their cattle slaughtered. For NPR News, I'm Lisa Schlein in Geneva.



In India, emergency workers have been hampered by heavy rain and damaged roads as they tried to get relief supplies to millions of villagers displaced by widespread flooding. The waters have spread over more than 200, 000 acres of farmland in that country despite a marathon rescue effort. Thousands of people remain stranded.



I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.



Today’s new words:

 

1.   Exodus: a situation in which a lot of people leave a particular place at the same time

 

The exdous from the Gulf Coast has begun as Hurricane Gustav takes aim on the region.

 

2.   Lane: a road in a city, often used in road names

 

Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour says all lanes of two major interstate highways will be rerouted to handle people leaving Louisiana.

 

3.   Bull’s eye: the centre of a target that you try to hit when shooting or in games like darts.

4.   Projective: relating to, produced by, or involving geometric projection

 

Governor Bobby Jindal says his state is in the projective bull’s eye.

 

5.   Tidal: relating to the regular rising and falling of the sea

 

but our people need to take the storm extremely seriously, not just because of the winds, but also because of the tidal surge

 

6.   Pummel: to hit someone or something many times quickly, especially using your fists (=closed hands)

 

   Hurricane Gustav is currently pummeling Cuba's western tip.

 

7.   Wrap-up: AmE informal a short report that repeats the main points, for example of a news broadcast

 

   The Obama campaign has been focusing on key battleground states in these days immediately following the warp-up of the Democratic Convention.

 

8.   Portray: to describe or show someone or something in a particular way, according to your opinion of them

 

   hey are talking about John McCain and saying while he has portrayed his pick as another example of the kind of change, …

 

9.   Displace: to make a group of people or animals have to leave the place where they normally live

 

10.  Marauding: If you talk about marauding groups of people or animals, you mean they are unpleasant and dangerous, because they wander around looking for opportunities to steal or kill. (LITERARY)

 

11. Militia: a group of people trained as soldiers, who are not part of the permanent army

 

The UN Refugee Agency says the internally displaced include about 800 elderly people were forced to flee their homes by marauding militia, some reportedly from South Ossetia.

 

12. Strand: to leave in a strange or an unfavorable place especially without funds or means to depart

 

   Thousands of people remain stranded.

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The exodus from the Gulf Coast has begun as Hurricane Gustav takes aim on the region. Tens of thousands of people have been leaving today. If the storm stays on its current path, a mandatory evacuation will be ordered for the entire city of New Orleans in the morning. Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour says all lanes of two major interstate highways will be rerouted to handle people leaving Louisiana. Gustav is expected to strengthen further by tomorrow to a Category-5 storm with winds of 160 miles an hour or more. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal says his state is in a projective ball's eye. "This could be as bad as it gets, based on the water temperature, based on the hurricane storm track. Obviously things can still change, but our people need to take the storm extremely seriously, not just because of the winds, but also because of the tidal surge." Jindal is assigning hundreds of National Guard troops to help patrol the streets of New Orleans after the expected evacuation.

 

Business has been burst today at stores in the region as people buy supplies to secure their homes. Jevons Salastin works at a Home Depot in Homer, Louisiana. “People all get their money out of the bank, get/ everything set aside to prepare for the worst and hope for the best.” Some of the people leaving New Orleans have been evacuated by train to Memphis, Cantus Ledlow from member station WKNO reports.

 

More than 3500 New Orleans’ evacuees are expected to arrive in Memphis tonight by train. AMTRAK has suspended its regular passenger service so that the train called "City of New Orleans" could be used to transport people who would not otherwise have transportation. Three years ago, mass transportation was not used when Katrina hit, leaving many trapped in the city. Emergency officials and the Red Cross have set up ten shelters in Memphis for nearly 2000 of those coming in tonight. The remainder will take shelter in community centers east of Memphis. For NPR News, I'm Cantus Ledlow in Memphis.

 

Hurricane Gustav is currently pummeling Cuba's western tip. The storm has maximum winds of 150 miles an hour. It's expected to slam into the Gulf Coast late Monday or early Tuesday.

 

Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is campaigning in Ohio today and other swing states this weekend. NPR's Don Gonyea has more from the campaign trail.

 

Senator Obama is campaigning with his running mate Joe Biden in Ohio today. The Obama campaign has been focusing on key battleground states in these days immediately following the wrap-up of the Democratic Convention. The Obama campaign has also released a new TV ad, reacting to Senator McCain's pick of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate. They are not talking so much about Palin in that ad. They are talking about John McCain and saying while he has portrayed his pick as another example of the kind of change he would bring the Washington, they say that, that really John McCain represents more of the same. Don Gonyea NPR News, traveling in Ohio with the Obama campaign.

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown says Russia must not be allowed to subject Europe to what he called an energy stranglehold. In a Sunday article in a London newspaper, Brown says he has told Russian President Dmitry Medvedev to expect/ a determined response when European Union leaders meet Monday to discuss the situation in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Brown added that it may be necessary to re-evaluate NATO's relationship with Russia and Russia's participation in the Group of Eight Major Industrialized Nations.

 

The UN refugee agency has registered some 2300 people from villages in Georgia in the buffer zone between the town of Gori and the breakaway South Ossetia region. Lisa Schlein has that story from Geneva.

 

The UN Refugee Agency says the internally displaced include (include没有错丫~,没有读错) about 800 elderly people who were forced to flee their homes by marauding militia, some reportedly from South Ossetia. Spokeswoman Helin Coe says they are staying in the tent camp near Gori. "The newly displaced in Gori all have threats of intimidation/ including beatings by the militia in buffer zone villages north of Gori." Coe says some of these elderly Georgians have fled their homes / a second time because they felt unsafe when they returned to their villages. They report/ their houses were damaged and looted, their cattle slaughtered. For NPR News, I'm Lisa Schlein in Geneva.

 

In India, emergency workers have been hampered by heavy rain and damaged roads as they tried to get / relief supplies to millions of villagers displaced by widespread flooding. The waters have spread over more than 200,000 acres of farmland in that country despite a marathon rescue effort. Thousands of people remain stranded.

 

 I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

 

 

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The exodus from the Gulf Coast has begun as Hurricane Gustav takes aim on the region. Tens of thousands of people have been leaving today. If the storm stays on its current path, a mandatory evacuation will be ordered for the entire city of New Orleans in the morning. Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour says all lanes of two major interstate highways will be rerouted to handle people leaving Louisiana. Gustav is expected to strengthen further by tomorrow to a Category-5 storm with winds of 160 miles an hour or more. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal says his state is in a projective ball's eye. "This could be as bad as it gets, based on the water temperature, based on the hurricane storm track. Obviously things can still change, but our people need to take the storm extremely seriously, not just because of the winds, but also because of the tidal surge." Jindal is assigning hundreds of National Guard troops to help patrol the streets of New Orleans after the expected evacuation.

 

Business has been burst today at stores in the region as people buy supplies to secure their homes. Jevons Salastin works at a Home Depot in Homer, Louisiana. “People all get their money out of the bank, get/ everything set aside to prepare for the worst and hope for the best.” Some of the people leaving New Orleans have been evacuated by train to Memphis, Cantus Ledlow from member station WKNO reports.

 

More than 3500 New Orleans’ evacuees are expected to arrive in Memphis tonight by train. AMTRAK has suspended its regular passenger service so that the train called "City of New Orleans" could be used to transport people who would not otherwise have transportation. Three years ago, mass transportation was not used when Katrina hit, leaving many trapped in the city. Emergency officials and the Red Cross have set up ten shelters in Memphis for nearly 2000 of those coming in tonight. The remainder will take shelter in community centers east of Memphis. For NPR News, I'm Cantus Ledlow in Memphis.

 

Hurricane Gustav is currently pummeling Cuba's western tip. The storm has maximum winds of 150 miles an hour. It's expected to slam into the Gulf Coast late Monday or early Tuesday.

 

Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is campaigning in Ohio today and other swing states this weekend. NPR's Don Gonyea has more from the campaign trail.

 

Senator Obama is campaigning with his running mate Joe Biden in Ohio today. The Obama campaign has been focusing on key battleground states in these days immediately following the wrap-up of the Democratic Convention. The Obama campaign has also released a new TV ad, reacting to Senator McCain's pick of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate. They are not talking so much about Palin in that ad. They are talking about John McCain and saying while he has portrayed his pick as another example of the kind of change he would bring the Washington, they say that, that really John McCain represents more of the same. Don Gonyea NPR News, traveling in Ohio with the Obama campaign.

 

This is NPR News from Washington.

 

Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown says Russia must not be allowed to subject Europe to what he called an energy stranglehold. In a Sunday article in a London newspaper, Brown says he has told Russian President Dmitry Medvedev to expect/ a determined response when European Union leaders meet Monday to discuss the situation in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Brown added that it may be necessary to re-evaluate NATO's relationship with Russia and Russia's participation in the Group of Eight Major Industrialized Nations.

 

The UN Refugee Agency( http://www.unhcr.org/cgi-bin/texis/vtx/home)has registered some 2300 people from villages in Georgia in the buffer zone between the town of Gori and the breakaway South Ossetia region. Lisa Schlein has that story from Geneva.

 

The UN Refugee Agency(怎么这边又...) says the internally displaced include about 800 elderly people who were forced to flee their homes by marauding militia, some reportedly from South Ossetia. Spokeswoman Helin Coe says they are staying in the tent camp near Gori. "The newly displaced in Gori all have threats of intimidation/ including beatings by the militia in buffer zone villages north of Gori." Coe says some of these elderly Georgians have fled their homes / a second time because they felt unsafe when they returned to their villages. They report/ their houses were damaged and looted, their cattle slaughtered. For NPR News, I'm Lisa Schlein in Geneva.

 

In India, emergency workers have been hampered by heavy rain and damaged roads as they tried to get / relief supplies to millions of villagers displaced by widespread flooding. The waters have spread over more than 200,000 acres of farmland in that country despite a marathon rescue effort. Thousands of people remain stranded.

 

 I'm Craig Windham, NPR News in Washington.

 

 

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