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It's 15:00 hours Universal Time and here is the news from the Voice of America.

 

I'm David Deforest from the VOA news center in Washington.

 

President Bush says the struggle to approve a goverment rescue program for the troubled financial sector is not over.He warned that economic damage will be painful and lasting if a plan is not passed.A proposed 700 billion dollar rescue measure was defeated in the US House of Representatives on Monday.Speaking before the US markets' open today,Mr.Bush said the country is in an urgent situation and the consequences grow worse for every day we do not act.

 

"I'm disappointed by the outcome,but I assure our citizens and citizens around the world that this is not the end of the legislative process."

 

Mr.Bush said top officials are working with Congress to craft the measure that can pass.

 

Tom Rivers has a report on reaction that European markets are having to the turmoil in America.

 

"After seeing the US House of Representatives rejected the 700 billion dollar rescue deal,Eurepean markets tried with difficulty to find a meaningful direction.Sharp declines were seen in the opening,but by midday some that lost ground had been come back.Despite the midday comeback,however,the battered financial sector in Europe took steps to stem losses.Belgian-French financial services group Dexia gets much needed boost of 9.98 billion dollars from public shareholders to help it fight the global credit crisis. Ireland also offered to guaranty all bank deposits for two years to improve banks' access to funds on international markets. Brisith Prime Minister Gorden Brown says the failure to pass the US bailout plan is being felt far beyond American soils.

 

"I think it's true to say,however,that in recent times we in Britain have taken decisive steps to ensure the stability of our system."

 

Markets in Europe are now trying to focus on what the next step will be for rescue-related legislation.Tom Rivers for VOA news,London."

 

The US presidential candidates are proposing temporary measures to ease the economic crisis.Both Democratic Senator Barack Obama and Republican Senator John McCain suggested today that the amount of bank deposits guarantied by the government be increased from 100,000 to 250,000 dollars per account.McCain and Obama urged lawmakers to keep working on the financial rescue plan.

 

Indian Authorities say nearly 150 people are dead after a stampede at a Hindu temple in western India.Authorities say scores of other people were injured in the incident at the Chamunda Temple in the town of Jodhpur.Thousands of worshippers were crowded into the temple inside a historic hillside fall to mark the start of Hindu festival.Officials say a panic broke out when some people slipped and fell on the narrow pass leading to the temple.

 

Afghan President Hamid Karzai says he is willing to hold peace talks with Taliban insurgents.Mr.Karzai today told reporters in Karbul he had been in regular contact with the King of Saudi Arabia for two years to facilitate talks between the Afghan government and Taliban leader Mullah Omar.Speaking and calling the insurgent leader his brother,President Karzai urged Omar to stop killing fellow Afghans and return home to work for the peace and security of the country.Mr.Karzai promised personally to protect Omar from US and NATO forces operating in Afghanistan if you will agree to the negotiations.

 

Washington's main envoy in talks aimed at getting rid of North Korea's nuclear weapons is in South Korea.He plans to visit Pyangyong tomorrow to discuss the North's recent steps toward resuming activity at its main nuclear facility.Kurt Achin has a report.

 

"Soon after landing at South Korea's Inchon airport Tuesday ,Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill confirmed he will be heading to the North Korean capital Pyangyong on Wednesday.He says his main agenda is getting an agreement to ensure the nuclear declaration North Korea made earlier this year is accurate."We need to made sure that we are going to be able to verify the declaration.So let's see we can come up with measures that will allow us to verify the declaration."North Korea issued the declaration of its nuclear activities as a part of a broader six nation deal reached last year that gradually reawards the North for steps toward getting rid of its nuclear weapons.Senior American and South Korean officials say at the time North Korea made a clear verbal agreement to agree on a mechanism for confiming the accuracy of its declaration.For example,verification steps might include grand access by inspectors to suspected nuclear sites.Kurt Achin,VOA news,Inchon,South Korea."

 

Brief look at markets on Wall Street at this hour.US stock indexes are up.

 

I'm David Deforest,VOA news.More news on the internet at voanews.com.

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It's 15:00 hours Universal Time and here is the news from the Voice of America. I'm David Deforest from the VOA news center in Washington.

 

President Bush says the struggle to approve a goverment rescue program for the troubled financial sector is not over.He warned that economic damage will be painful and lasting if a plan is not passed.A proposed 700 billion dollar rescue measure was defeated in the US House of Representatives on Monday.Speaking before the US markets open today,Mr.Bush said the country is in an urgent situation and the consequences grow worse for every day we do not act. "I'm disappointed by the outcome,but I assure our citizens and citizens around the world that this is not the end of the legislative process." Mr.Bush said top officials are working with Congress to craft the measure that can pass. Tom Rivers has a report on reaction that European markets are having to the turmoil in America.

 

"After seeing the US House of Representatives rejected the 700 billion dollar rescue deal,Eurepean markets strive with difficulty to find a meaningful direction.Sharp declines were seen in the opening,but by midday some that lost ground had crawed back.Despite the midday comeback,however,the battered financial sector in Europe took steps to stem losses.Belgian-French financial services group Dexia gets much needed boost of 9.98 billion dollars from public shareholders to help  to  fight the global credit crisis. Ireland also offered  guaranteen to all banks' deposits for two years to improve banks' access to funds on international markets. Brisith Prime Minister Gorden Brown says the failure to pass the US bailout plan is being felt far beyond American choice. "I think it's true to say,however,that in recent times we in Britain have taken decisive steps to ensure the stability of our system." Markets in Europe are now trying to focus on what the next step will be for rescue-related legislation.Tom Rivers for VOA news,London."

 

The US presidential candidates are proposing temporary measures to ease the economic crisis.Both Democratic Senator Barack Obama and Republican Senator John McCain suggested today that the amount of bank deposits guaranteened by the government be increased from 100,000 to 250,000 dollars per account.McCain and Obama urged lawmakers to keep working on the financial rescue plan.

 

Indian Authorities say nearly 150 people are dead after a stampede at a Hindu temple in western India.Authorities say scores of other people were injured in the incident at the Chamunda Temple in the town of Jodhpur.Thousands of worshippers were crowded into the temple inside a historic hillside fort to mark the start of Hindu festival.Officials say the panic broke out when some people slipped and fell on the narrow path leading to the temple. ‘

 

Afghan President Hamid Karzai says he is willing to hold peace talks with Taliban insurgents.Mr.Karzai today told reporters in Karbul he had been in regular contact with the King of Saudi Arabia for two years to facilitate talks between the Afghan government and Taliban leader Mullah Omar.Speaking and calling the insurgent leader his brother,President Karzai urged Omar to stop killing fellow Afghans and return home to work for the peace and security of the country.Mr.Karzai promised personally to protect Omar from US and NATO forces operating in Afghanistan if you will agree to the negotiations.

 

Washington's main envoy in talks aimed at getting rid of North Korea's nuclear weapons is in South Korea.He plans to visit Pyangyong tomorrow to discuss the North's recent steps toward resuming activity at its main nuclear facility.Kurt Achin has a report. "Soon after landing at South Korea's Inchon airport Tuesday ,Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill confirmed he will be heading to the North Korean capital Pyangyong on Wednesday.He says his main agenda is getting an agreement to ensure the nuclear declaration North Korea made earlier this year is accurate.

 

"We need to made sure that we are going to be able to verify the declaration.So let's see we can come up with measures that will allow us to verify the declaration."North Korea issued the declaration of its nuclear activities as a part of a broader six nation deal reached last year that gradually reawards the North for steps toward getting rid of its nuclear weapons.

Senior American and South Korean officials say at the time North Korea made a clear verbal agreement to agree on a mechanism for confiming the accuracy of its declaration.For example,verification steps might include grand access by inspectors to suspected nuclear sites.Kurt Achin,VOA news,Inchon,South Korea."

 

Brief look at markets on Wall Street at this hour.US stock indexes are up.

 

 I'm David Deforest,VOA news.More news on the internet at voanews.com.

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It is 15:00 Universal time, and here is the news from the Voice of America.

I’m David Deforest from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

President Bush says the struggle to approve a government rescue program for the troubled financial sector is not over. He warn that economic damage will be painful and lasting if a plan is not passed. A proposed 700-billion-dollar rescue measure was defeated in the US House of Representatives on Monday. Speaking before the US markets open today. Mr. Bush said the country is in an urgent situation and consequences grow worse for everyday we do not act. "I'm disappointed by the outcome. But I assure our citizens, and citizens around the world . That this is not the end of the legislative process." Mr Bush said top officials are working with congress to craft a measure that can pass. Tom Rivers has a report on reaction that European markets are having to the turmoil to the American.

 

 

After seeing the US House of Representative reject the 700-billion-dollar rescue deal. European markets strive with difficulty to find a meaningful direction. Sharp declines are seeing in the opening, but by midday some of that lost ground have been crawled  back.Despite the midday comback however the battered financial sector in Europe took step to stand losses.Belgian-French financial services group Dexia got much needed boost of 9.18 billion dollars from public shareholders to help to fight the global credit crisis. Ireland also offered to guarantee all bank deposits for two years to approve bank access to funds on international markets. British Prime Minister says the failure to pass the US bailout plan is been failed far beyond American choice."I think it is ture to say, however, that in recent times,we in Britain have taken decisive steps and to ensure stability of our system." Markets in Europe now are trying to focus on what the next step will be for rescue related legislation.Tom Rivers for VOA new London.

 

 

The US presidential candidates are proposing temporary measures to ease economic crisis. Both Democratic senator Barack Obama and Republican senator John McCain suggest today that the amount of bank deposit guarantee by the government be increase from 100,000 to 250,000 dollar per account. McCain and Obarma urge lawmakers keep working on a financial rescue plan.

 

 

India authority say nearly 150 were dead after a stampede at Hindu temple in western India. Authority says scores of other people were injured in the incident of Chamunda temple in the town of Jodhpur. Thousands of worshippers are crowded into the temple. inside an historic hillside fort. to mark the start of Hindu Festival. Office say a panic broke out when some pople slipped and fell on the narrow path leading to the temple.

Afghan President Hamid Karzai says he is willing to hold peace talk with Taliban insurgence. Mr. Karzai today told reports in Kabul he had been in regular contact with King of Saudi Arabia for two years to facilitate talks between the Afghan government and  Taliban leader  Mullah Omar. Speaking are calling insurgent leader his brother,  President Karzai urge Omar to stop killing fellow Afghans and return home to work for peace of security of the country. Mr.Karzai promise to personally protect Omar from US and NATO forces operating in Afghanistan if he agree to negotiations.

 

 

Washington's main envoy in talks aimed getting ride of North Korea's nuclear weapons is in South Korea. He plans to visit Pyongyang tomorrow to discuss the North recent step for resuming activity at its main nuclear facility.
Kurt Achin has a report.

 

 

Soon after landing in South Korea's Incheon Airport Tuesday, Assistant secretary of State Christopher Hill confirm he will be heading the North Korea capital Pyongyang Wednesday. He says his main agenda is getting agreement to ensure the nuclear declaration North Korea made earlier this year is accurate. "We need to make sure we are gonna be able to verify the declaration. So let's see if we can come up with measures that allow us to verify the declaration." South Korea issued the declaration of its nuclear activities as a part of broader 6-nation deal which last year that gradually rewards the North for steps toward getting rid of its nuclear weapons. Senior American and South Korean officials say at the time North Korea made a clear verbal agreement to agree on a mechanism for confirming the accuracy of its declaration. For example, verification steps might include random access by inspectors to suspected nuclear sites. Kurt Achin, VOA News, Incheon, South Korea.

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