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【整理】VOA 2008-10-05                                                       【整理人】yoyogo

 

I'm Philip Alexio from the VOA News Center in Washington.
 

Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected US missile strike has killed at least 20 people, including several suspected foreign militants, along the Afghan border. Local villagers today began burying the dead from Friday's attack on a home in the North Waziristan tribal region. The Pakistani officials say an unmanned aircraft launched a missile that hit the home of an Afghan. Officials say many of the dead were Arabs and that they had no information whether any senior militant leaders were killed.

 

The Turkish military says 15 of its soldiers have been killed in southeastern Turkey in the deadliest attack carried out by Kurdish rebels in months. Turkish media said the assault lasted several hours and involved many rebels using heavy weapons. At least 23 members of the rebel Kurdistan Workers Party, or the PKK, are also killed in the fighting. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Abdullah Gül  both vowed a firm response to the attack.

 

The US-led coalition in Iraq says it has killed the leader of one of al-Qaida in Iraq's Baghdad networks, a man who was wanted for several deadly bombings. Mahir Ahmad Mahmud Hudu' al-Zubaydi, is also known as Abu Assad or Abu Rami, and an unidentified female were killed Friday in a raid on a building in Baghdad. Soldiers targeted the building based on intelligence reports. The suspect was believed to be behind multiple car bombings in Baghdad, including two attacks Thursday that killed at least eight people.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in India for a two-day visit to talk about the civilian nuclear deal the US Congress recently approved. Rice says that administrative  details need to be resolved before she can sign the deal that ends a 34-year ban on civilian nuclear trade with India. The former Indian Foreign Secretary and former Indian Ambassador to the United States, Lalit Mansingh, says the pack represents a big step forward for India. "Its real significance lies in the fact that the entire key to unlocking the three-and-a-half decades of technological isolations, these keys were in the hands of the United States. So, finally, the U.S. has come around to giving us the opening. I think, historically, it is very significant."  India's communist party planned  to protest the deal. They say their government has surrendered India's sovereignty to US imperialism.

 

Many Americans are worried about the state of the US economy and their own financial future, but President George Bush says the financial crisis will ease. "By coming together on this legislation we have acted boldly, to help prevent the crisis on Wall Street from becoming a crisis in communities across our country." The president tried to reassure Americans during his weekly radio address today, calling a 700-billion-dollar plan to rescue the troubled financial industry "the right choice."  "With this legislation, the federal government can help banks and other financial institutions resume lending. This will allow them to continue providing the capital that is essential to creating jobs, financing college educations and helping American families meet their daily needs." Mr. Bush signed the historic bailout bill into law Friday, but today warning that not all of the measures included in the bill will have an immediate effect.

 

A jury in the western U.S. state of Nevada has found former American football star O. J. Simpson guilty on charges of robbery and kidnapping. The verdict comes 13 years to the day after he was acquitted for the murder of his former wife and her friend. VOA's Gabe Joselow reports from Washington.

O.J. Simpson showed no emotion as a clerk for the Clark County District Court in Las Vegas read the verdict. "We the jury in the above entitled case find the defendant Orenthal James Simpson as follows: count one, conspiracy to commit a crime, guilty; count two, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, guilty; count three, conspiracy to commit robbery, guilty; count four, burglary while in possession of a deadly weapon, guilty;count five..." The charges stem from an incident in Las Vegas last year, when prosecutors say Simpson and a group of men stormed into the hotel room of two sports-collectibles dealers and demanded they return items related to Simpson's football career. Prosecutors said Simpson told two of the men in his group to bring guns. Simpson denied that allegation, and said he was only trying to reclaim items that had been stolen from him. Simpson, who is 61 years old, could spend the rest of his life in prison. He is to be sentenced in early December. For VOA News, this is Gabe Joselow, in Washington.


Okay, Gabe, thank you. I'm Philip Alexio, VOA news. More news on the internet, just go to voanews.com


 

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I’m Phlip Felxio from the VOA News Center in Washington.


Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected US missile strike has killed at least 20 people, including several suspected foreign militants, along the Afghan border. Local villagers today began burying the dead from Friday's attack on a home in the village of Mohammed Khel, in the North Waziristan tribal region. The Pakistani officials say an unmanned aircraft launched a missile that hit the home of an Afghan. Officials say many of the dead were Arabs and that they had no information whether any senior militant leaders were killed.

 

The Turkish military says 15 of its soldiers have been  killed in sourtheastern Turky in the deadliest attack carried out by Kurdish rebels in months. Turkish media says the assault lasted several hours and involved many rebels using heavy weapons. At least 23 members of the rebel Kurdistan Workers Party, or PKK, were also killed in the fighting. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip and President Abdullah Gül both banning a firm response to the attack.

 

The US-led coalition in Iraq says it has killed the leader of one of al-Qaida in Iraq's Baghdad networks, a man who was wanted for several deadly bombings.


Mahir Ahmad Mahmud Hudu' al-Zubaydi, he's also known as Abu Assad or Abu Rami, and an unidentified female were killed Friday in a raid on a building in Baghdad. Soldiers targeted the building based on intelligence reports. The suspect was believed to be behind multiple car bombings in Baghdad, including two attacks Thursday that killed at least eight people.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in India for a two-day visit to talk about the civilan nuclear deal the US Congress recently approved. Rice says administrative of the details need to be resolved before she can sign the deal. That ends a 34-year ban on civilian nuclear trade with India. The former Indian foreign secretary and former Indian ambassador to the United States, * says the pact represents a big step forward for India.


"// decades of *sanctions. //, so finally the US has come around to giving up the openings. //"(这段我放弃,高手来帮忙吧)


India's Communist Party planned to protest the deal. They say their government has surrendered India's sovereign to US Imperialism.

 

Many Americans are worried about the state of US economy and their own financial future, but President George Bush says the financial crisis will ease.


"I come to go along this legislation we have acted bodly, to help prevent the crisis on Wall Street, from the coming crisis in communities along our country."


The president tried to reassure Americans during his weekly radio address today, calling a 700-billion-dollar plan to rescue the troubled financial industry "the right choice."  


"This legislation, the federal government can help * another financial institutions resume landing. This will allowing to continual providing capital and is essential to creating jobs, financing college educations and helping American families meet their daily needs."


Mr. Bush signed the historic bailout bill into law Friday, but today warning that not all of the measures including in the bill will have an immediate impact.

 

A jury in the western U.S. state of Nevada has found former American football star O.J. Simpson guilty on charges of robbery and kidnapping. The verdict comes 13 years after he was acquitted for the murder of his former-wife and her friend. VOA's Gabe Joselow reports from Washington.


"We the jury in the above entitled case find the defendant Orenthal James Simpson as follows: count one, conspiracy to commit a crime, guilty; count two, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, guilty; count three, conspiracy to commit robbery, guilty; count four, burglary while in possession of deadly weapon, guilty;count five..."


The charges stem from an incident in Las Vegas last year, when prosecutors say Simpson and a group of men stormed into the hotel room of two sports-collectibles dealers and demanded they return items related to Simpson's football career.


Prosecutors said Simpson told two of the men in his group to bring guns. Simpson denied that allegation, and said he was only trying to reclaim items that had been stolen from him. Simpson, who is  61, could spend the rest of his life in prison. He is to be sentenced in early December. For VOA News, this is Gabe Joselow, in Washington.


Okay, Gabe, thank you. I'm Phlip Felxio, VOA news. More news on the Internet, just go to voanews.com.

 

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   I am Philipe Lexio from the VOA News Center in Washington.

   Pakistani interior minister say a suspected US missile strike has killed at least 20 people including several suspected foreign militants along the Afghan border. Local villages today began burying the dead from the Friday's attack on a home in the North Nurestan tribal region. The Pakistani officials say an unman aircraft launched a missile that hit the home of an Afhgan. Officials say many of the dead were arabs and that they had no information whether any senior milliant leaders were killed.

   The Turkish military says fifteen of its soldiers were killed in the southeast Turkey in the deadliest attack carried out by Kurdish rebels in months. Turkish media saying the assault lasted several hours involve many rebels using heavy weapons. At least 23 members of the rebel Kurdistan worker's party or PKK are also killed in the fighting. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and president Abdullah Gul both vowing a firm reponse to the attack.

   The US-led coalition in Iraq says it has killed the leader of / about Al-Qaeda in Iraq's Baghdad networks, a man who was wanted for several bombings.  Mahir Ahmad Mahmud Judu' al-Zubaydi(名字够长的。。)is also known as Abu Assad or Abu Rami and an unidentified female were killed Friday in a raid in a building in Baghdad. Soldiers targeted the building based on intellegence report. The suspect was believed to be behing mutiple car bombings of Baghdad  including two attacks Thursday that killed at least 8 people. 
   US Secreatary of State Condoleezza Rice is in India for a two-day visit to talk about the cilivian nuclear deal the US Congress recently approved. Rice saying the adminstry of details need to be resolved before she can sign the deal that ends a 34-year ban on civilian nuclear trade with India. The former Indian Secretary and the former Indian ambassador to the United States Lalit Mansingh says the pack represents a big step forward for India. Its real significance lies in the fact that the entire key to unlocking the three-and-a-half decades of technological sanctions, these keys were in the hands of the United States. So, finally, the U.S. has come around to giving us the opening. Historically, it is very significant.  India's Communist Party has planned a protest against the deal. They say their government has surrendered India's sovereignty to US imperialism.

   Many Americans are worried about the state of the US economy and their own financial future but president George Bush says the financial crisis will ease. By comming together on this legislation, we have acted boldly to help prevent the crisis on Wall Street from the comming crisis in communities across our country.  The president trying to reassure Americans during his weekly radio address today calling a 700 billion bailout plan to rescue the trouble financial industry the right choice. This legislation, the Federal Government can help banks and other financial institutions resume landing.  This will allow / to continue providing the capitol that is essential to create jobs. Financing college educations have been helping the American families meet their daily needs. Mr Bush signing the historical bailout bill into law Friday but today warning not all the measures included in the bill will have an immediate effect.

   A jury in the western US state of Nevada has found former American football star OJ Simpson guilty on charges of robbery and kidnapping. The verdict comes 13years after he was acquitted for the murder of his former-wife and her friend. VOA's Gabe Joselow reports from Washington.

   OJ Simpson showed no emotion as a clerk for the Clark County District Court in Las Vegas read the verdict:We the jury in the above entitled case find the defendant Orenthal James Simpson as follows: count one, conspiracy to commit a crime, guilty; count two, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, guilty; count three, conspiracy to commit robbery, guilty; count four, burglary while in possession of deadly weapon, guilty. Count five.... The charges stem from an incident in Las Vegas last year, when prosecutors say Simpson and a group of men stormed into the hotel room of two sports-collectibles dealers and demanded they return items related to Simpson's football career.Prosecutors said Simpson told two of the men in his group to bring guns. Simpson denied that allegation, and said he was only trying to reclaim items that had been stolen from him.Simpson who is 61 years old , could spend the rest of his life in prison. He is to be sentenced in early December. For VOA News, this is Gabe Joselow in Washington.

   OK Gabe, Thanks you. I am Phillipe Lexio VOA News. More news on the internet just go to voanews.com

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I’m Phlip Felxio from the VOA News Center in Washington.


Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected US missile strike has killed at least 20 people/ including several suspected foreign militants, along the Afghan border. Local villagers today began burying the dead from Friday's attack on a home in the village of Mohammed Khel, in the North Waziristan tribal region. The Pakistani officials say an unmanned aircraft launched a missile that hit the home of an Afghan. Officials say many of the dead were Arabs and that they had no information whether any senior militant leaders were killed.

 

The Turkish military says 15 of its soldiers have been  killed in sourtheastern Turkey in the deadliest attack carried out by Kurdish rebels in months. Turkish media saying the assault lasted several hours and involved many rebels using heavy weapons. At least 23 members of the rebel Kurdistan Workers Party, or PKK, are also killed in the fighting. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip and President Abdullah Gül both banning a firm response to the attack.

 

The US-led coalition in Iraq says it has killed the leader of one of al-Qaida in Iraq's Baghdad networks, a man who was wanted for several deadly bombings.


Mahir Ahmad Mahmud Hudu' al-Zubaydi, he's also known as Abu Assad or Abu Rami, and an unidentified female were killed Friday in a raid on a building in Baghdad. Soldiers targeted the building based on intelligence reports. The suspect was believed to be behind multiple car bombings in Baghdad, including two attacks Thursday that killed at least eight people.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in India for a two-day visit to talk about the civilan nuclear deal the US Congress recently approved. Rice saying administrative of the details need to be resolved before she can sign the deal. That ends a 34-year ban on civilian nuclear trade with India. The former Indian foreign secretary and former Indian ambassador to the United States, * saying the pact represents a big step forward for India.


"// decades of *sanctions. //, so finally the US has come around to giving up the openings. So I think *"(这段我放弃,高手来帮忙吧)


India's Communist Party planned to protest the deal. They say their government has surrendered India's sovereign to US Imperialism.

 

Many Americans are worried about the state of US economy and their own financial future, but President George Bush says the financial crisis will ease.


"I come to go along this legislation we have acted bodly, to help prevent the crisis on Wall Street, from the coming crisis in communities along our country."


The president tried to reassure Americans during his weekly radio address today, calling a 700-billion-dollar plan to rescue the troubled financial industry "the right choice."  


"This legislation, the federal government can help * another financial institutions resume landing. This will allowing to continual providing capital and is essential to creating jobs, financing college educations and helping American families meet their daily needs."


Mr. Bush signed the historic bailout bill into law Friday, but today warning that not all of the measures including in the bill will have an immediate impact.

 

A jury in the western U.S. state of Nevada has found former American football star O.J. Simpson guilty on charges of robbery and kidnapping. The verdict comes 13 years to the day after he was acquitted for the murder of his former-wife and her friend. VOA's Gabe Joselow reports from Washington.


"We the jury in the above entitled case find the defendant Orenthal James Simpson as follows: count one, conspiracy to commit a crime, guilty; count two, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, guilty; count three, conspiracy to commit robbery, guilty; count four, burglary while in possession of deadly weapon, guilty;count five..."


The charges stem from an incident in Las Vegas last year, when prosecutors say Simpson and a group of men stormed into the hotel room of two sports-collectibles dealers and demanded they return items related to Simpson's football career.


Prosecutors said Simpson told two of the men in his group to bring guns. Simpson denied that allegation, and said he was only trying to reclaim items that had been stolen from him. Simpson, who is  61, could spend the rest of his life in prison. He is to be sentenced in early December. For VOA News, this is Gabe Joselow, in Washington.


Okay, Gabe, thank you. I'm Phlip Felxio, VOA News. More news on the Internet, just go to voanews.com.

 

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I’m Phlip Felxio from the VOA News Center in Washington.


Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected US missile strike has killed at least 20 people, including several suspected foreign militants, along the Afghan border. Local villagers today began burying the dead from Friday's attack on a home in the village of Mohammed Khel, in the North Waziristan tribal region. The Pakistani officials say an unmanned aircraft launched a missile that hit the home of an Afghan. Officials say many of the dead were Arabs and that they had no information whether any senior militant leaders were killed.

 

The Turkish military says 15 of its soldiers have been  killed in sourtheastern Turky in the deadliest attack carried out by Kurdish rebels in months. Turkish media says the assault lasted several hours and involved many rebels using heavy weapons. At least 23 members of the rebel Kurdistan Workers Party, or PKK, are also killed in the fighting. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Abdullah Gül both vowing a firm response to the attack.

 

The US-led coalition in Iraq says it has killed the leader of one of al-Qaida in Iraq's Baghdad networks, a man who was wanted for several deadly bombings.


Mahir Ahmad Mahmud Hudu' al-Zubaydi, he's also known as Abu Assad or Abu Rami, and an unidentified female were killed Friday in a raid on a building in Baghdad. Soldiers targeted the building based on intelligence reports. The suspect was believed to be behind multiple car bombings in Baghdad, including two attacks Thursday that killed at least eight people.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in India for a two-day visit to talk about the civilan nuclear deal the US Congress recently approved. Rice says administrative of the details need to be resolved before she can sign the deal. That ends a 34-year ban on civilian nuclear trade with India. The former Indian foreign secretary and former Indian ambassador to the United States, Lalit Mansingh  says the pack represents a big step forward for India.


 Its real significance lies in the fact that the entire key to unlocking the three-and-a-half decades of technological sanctions, these keys were in the hands of the United States. So, finally, the U.S. has come around to giving us the opening. Historically, it is very significant


India's Communist Party planned to protest the deal. They say their government has surrendered India's sovereign to US Imperialism.

 

Many Americans are worried about the state of the US economy and their own financial future, but President George Bush says the financial crisis will ease.


"By coming together on this legislation we have acted boldly, to help prevent the crisis on Wall Street, from the coming crisis in communities across our country."


The president trying to reassure Americans during his weekly radio address today, calling a 700-billion-dollar plan to rescue the troubled financial industry "the right choice."  


"This legislation, the federal government can help banks and other financial institutions resume landing. This will allowing to continual providing capitol and is essential to creating jobs, financing college educations and helping American families meet their daily needs."


Mr. Bush signed the historic bailout bill into law Friday, but today warning that not all of the measures including in the bill will have an immediate effect.

 

A jury in the western U.S. state of Nevada has found former American football star O.J. Simpson guilty on charges of robbery and kidnapping. The verdict comes 13 years after he was acquitted for the murder of his former-wife and her friend. VOA's Gabe Joselow reports from Washington.


"We the jury in the above entitled case find the defendant Orenthal James Simpson as follows: count one, conspiracy to commit a crime, guilty; count two, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, guilty; count three, conspiracy to commit robbery, guilty; count four, burglary while in possession of deadly weapon, guilty;count five..."


The charges stem from an incident in Las Vegas last year, when prosecutors say Simpson and a group of men stormed into the hotel room of two sports-collectibles dealers and demanded they return items related to Simpson's football career.


Prosecutors said Simpson told two of the men in his group to bring guns. Simpson denied that allegation, and said he was only trying to reclaim items that had been stolen from him. Simpson, who is  61, could spend the rest of his life in prison. He is to be sentenced in early December. For VOA News, this is Gabe Joselow, in Washington.


Okay, Gabe, thank you. I'm Phlip Felxio, VOA news. More news on the Internet, just go to voanews.com.

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I’m Phlip Felxio from the VOA News Center in Washington.


Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected US missile strike has killed at least 20 people, including several suspected foreign militants, along the Afghan border. Local villagers today began burying the dead from Friday's attack on a home in the village of Mohammed Khel, in the North Waziristan tribal region. The Pakistani officials say an unmanned aircraft launched a missile that hit the home of an Afghan. Officials say many of the dead were Arabs and that they had no information whether any senior militant leaders were killed.

 

The Turkish military says 15 of its soldiers have been  killed in sourtheastern Turky in the deadliest attack carried out by Kurdish rebels in months. Turkish media says the assault lasted several hours and involved many rebels using heavy weapons. At least 23 members of the rebel Kurdistan Workers Party, or PKK, were also killed in the fighting. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip and President Abdullah Gül both banning a firm response to the attack.

 

The US-led coalition in Iraq says it has killed the leader of one of al-Qaida in Iraq's Baghdad networks, a man who was wanted for several deadly bombings.


Mahir Ahmad Mahmud Hudu' al-Zubaydi, he's also known as Abu Assad or Abu Rami, and  unidentified female were killed Friday in a raid on a building in Baghdad. Soldiers targeted the building based on intelligence reports. The suspect was believed to be behind multiple car bombings in Baghdad, including two attacks Thursday that killed at least eight people.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in India for a two-day visit to talk about the civilan nuclear deal the US Congress recently approved. Rice says administrative of the details need to be resolved before she can sign the deal. That ends a 34-year ban on civilian nuclear trade with India. The former Indian foreign secretary and former Indian ambassador to the United States, * says the pact represents a big step forward for India.

 

“Its very significance lies in the fact that the entire key to unlocking this seal and a half decade of technological sanction. This key was in the hands of United States. So finally the US has come along to give us the opening. So I think historically it is very significant.”


India's Communist Party planned to protest the deal. They say their government has surrendered India's sovereignty to US Imperialism.

 

Many Americans are worried about the state of US economy and their own financial future, but President George Bush says the financial crisis will ease.


"I come to go along this legislation we have acted boldy, to help prevent the crisis on Wall Street, from the coming crisis in communities across our country."


The president tried to reassure Americans during his weekly radio address today, calling a 700-billion-dollar plan to rescue the troubled financial industry "the right choice."  


"This legislation, the federal government can help banks and another financial institutions resume landing. This will allow them to continue providing the capital that is essential to creating jobs, financing college educations and helping American families meet their daily needs."


Mr. Bush signed the historic bailout bill into law Friday, but today warning that not all of the measures including in the bill will have an immediate effect .

 

A jury in the western U.S. state of Nevada has found former American football star O.J. Simpson guilty on charges of robbery and kidnapping. The verdict comes in 13 years to the day after he was acquitted for the murder of his former-wife and her friend. VOA's Gabe Joselow reports from Washington.

 

O.J. Simpson showed no emotion as the clerk of Clark County Destrict Court in Los Vegas read the verdict. 
"We the jury in the above entitled case find the defendant Orenthal James Simpson as follows: count one, conspiracy to commit a crime, guilty; count two, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, guilty; count three, conspiracy to commit robbery, guilty; count four, burglary while in possession of deadly weapon, guilty;count five..."


The charges stem from an incident in Las Vegas last year, when prosecutors say Simpson and a group of men stormed into the hotel room of two sports-collectibles dealers and demanded they return items related to Simpson's football career.


Prosecutors said Simpson told two of the men in his group to bring guns. Simpson denied that allegation, and said he was only trying to reclaim items that had been stolen from him. Simpson, who is  61, could spend the rest of his life in prison. He is to be sentenced in early December. For VOA News, this is Gabe Joselow, in Washington.


Okay, Gabe, thank you. I'm Phlip Felxio, VOA news. More news on the Internet, just go to voanews.com.

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I’m Phlip Felxio from the VOA News Center in Washington.


Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected US missile strike has killed at least 20 people, including several suspected foreign militants, along the Afghan border. Local villagers today began burying the dead from Friday's attack on a home in the village of Mohammed Khel, in the North Waziristan tribal region. The Pakistani officials say an unmanned aircraft launched a missile that hit the home of an Afghan. Officials say many of the dead were Arabs and that they had no information whether any senior militant leaders were killed.

 

The Turkish military says 15 of its soldiers have been killed in southeastern Turkey in the deadliest attack carried out by Kurdish rebels in months. Turkish media say the assault lasted several hours and involved many rebels using heavy weapons. At least 23 members of the rebel Kurdistan Workers Party, or PKK, are also killed in the fighting. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Abdullah Gül are both vowing a firm response to the attack.

 

The US-led coalition in Iraq says it has killed the leader of one of al-Qaida in Iraq's Baghdad networks, a man who was wanted for several deadly bombings.


Mahir Ahmad Mahmud Hudu' al-Zubaydi, he's also known as Abu Assad or Abu Rami, and an unidentified female were killed Friday in a raid on a building in Baghdad. Soldiers targeted the building based on intelligence reports. The suspect was believed to be behind multiple car bombings in Baghdad, including two attacks Thursday that killed at least eight people.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in India for a two-day visit to talk about the civilian nuclear deal the US Congress recently approved. Rice says administrative of the details need to be resolved before she can sign the deal. That ends a 34-year ban on civilian nuclear trade with India. The former Indian foreign secretary and former Indian ambassador to the United States, Lalit Mansingh says the pack represents a big step forward for India.


 Its real significance lies in the fact that the entire key to unlocking the three-and-a-half decades of technological sanctions, these keys were in the hands of the United States. So, finally, the U.S. has come around to giving us the opening. Historically, it is very significant. 


India's Communist Party planned to protest the deal. They say their government has surrendered India's sovereign to US Imperialism.

 

Many Americans are worried about the state of the US economy and their own financial future, but President George Bush says the financial crisis will ease.


"By coming together on this legislation we have acted boldly, to help prevent the crisis on Wall Street, from the coming crisis in communities across our country."


The president trying to reassure Americans during his weekly radio address today, calling a 700-billion-dollar plan to rescue the troubled financial industry "the right choice."  


"This legislation, the federal government can help banks and other financial institutions resume landing. This will allowing to continual providing the Capitol and is essential to creating jobs, financing college educations and helping American families meet their daily needs."


Mr. Bush signed the historic bailout bill into law Friday, but today warning that not all of the measures including in the bill will have an immediate effect.

 

A jury in the western U.S. state of Nevada has found former American football star O.J. Simpson guilty on charges of robbery and kidnapping. The verdict comes 13 years after he was acquitted for the murder of his former-wife and her friend. VOA's Gabe Joselow reports from Washington.

O.J. Simpson showed no emotion as a clerk for the clerk county district court a Las Vegas rend verdict.


"We the jury in the above entitled case find the defendant Orenthal James Simpson as follows: count one, conspiracy to commit a crime, guilty; count two, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, guilty; count three, conspiracy to commit robbery, guilty; count four, burglary while in possession of deadly weapon, guilty;count five..."


The charges stem from an incident in Las Vegas last year, when prosecutors say Simpson and a group of men stormed into the hotel room of two sports-collectibles dealers and demanded they return items related to Simpson's football career.


Prosecutors said Simpson told two of the men in his group to bring guns. Simpson denied that allegation, and said he was only trying to reclaim items that had been stolen from him. Simpson, who is 61years old, could spend the rest of his life in prison. He is to be sentenced in early December. For VOA News, this is Gabe Joselow, in Washington.


Okay, Gabe, thank you. I'm Phlip Felxio, VOA news. More news on the Internet, just go to voanews.com.

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I’m Philip Felxio from the VOA News Center in Washington.


Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected US missile strike has killed at least 20 people, including several suspected foreign militants/ along the Afghan border. Local villagers today began burying the dead from Friday's attack on a home/ in the North Waziristan tribal region. The Pakistani officials say an unmanned aircraft launched a missile that hit the home of an Afghan. Officials say many of the dead were Arabs and that they had no information whether any senior militant leaders were killed.

 

The Turkish military says 15 of its soldiers have been killed in southeastern Turkey in the deadliest attack carried out by Kurdish rebels in months. Turkish media says the assault lasted several hours and involved many rebels using heavy weapons. At least 23 members of the rebel Kurdistan Workers Party, or PKK, are also killed in the fighting. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Abdullah Gül both vowing a firm response to the attack.

 

The US-led coalition in Iraq says it has killed the leader of one of al-Qaeda in Iraq's Baghdad networks, a man who was wanted for several deadly bombings.


Mahir Ahmad Mahmud Hudu' al-Zubaydi, he's also known as Abu Assad or Abu Rami, and an unidentified female were killed Friday in a raid on a building in Baghdad. Soldiers targeted the building based on intelligence reports. The suspect was believed to be behind multiple car bombings in Baghdad, including two attacks Thursday that killed at least eight people.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in India for a two-day visit to talk about the civilan nuclear deal the US Congress recently approved. Rice says that administrative of the details need to be resolved before she can sign the deal that ends a 34-year ban on civilian nuclear trade with India. The former Indian foreign secretary and former Indian ambassador to the United States, Lalit Mansingh says the pack represents a big step forward for India.


 Its real significance lies in the fact that the entire key to unlocking the three-and-a-half decades of technological sanctions, these keys were in the hands of the United States. So, finally, the U.S. has come around to giving us the opening. So I think historically, it is very significant. 


India's Communist Party planned to protest the deal. They say their government has surrendered India's sovereign to US Imperialism.

 

Many Americans are worried about the state of the US economy and their own financial future, but President George Bush says the financial crisis will ease.


"By coming together on this legislation we have acted boldly, to help prevent the crisis on Wall Street, from the coming crisis in communities across our country."


The president trying to reassure Americans during his weekly radio address today, calling a 700-billion-dollar plan to rescue the troubled financial industry "the right choice."  


"In this legislation, the federal government can help banks and other financial institutions resume landing. This will allow them to continue providing the capitol that is essential to creating jobs, financing college educations and helping American families meet their daily needs."


Mr. Bush signed the historic bailout bill into law Friday, but today warning that not all of the measures including in the bill will have an immediate effect.

 

A jury in the western U.S. state of Nevada has found former American football star O.J. Simpson guilty on charges of robbery and kidnapping. The verdict comes in 13 years to today after he was acquitted for the murder of his former-wife and her friend. VOA's Gabe Joselow reports from Washington.


O.J. Simpson showed no emotion as the clerks for the Cark County District Court in Las Vegas read the verdict." We the jury in the above entitled case find the defendant Orenthal James Simpson as follows: count one, conspiracy to commit a crime, guilty; count two, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, guilty; count three, conspiracy to commit robbery, guilty; count four, burglary while in possession of deadly weapon, guilty; count five..."


The charges stem from an incident in Las Vegas last year, when prosecutors say Simpson and a group of men stormed them into the hotel room of two sports-collectibles dealers and demanded they return items related to Simpson's football career.


Prosecutors said Simpson told two of the men in his group to bring guns. Simpson denied that allegation, and said he was only trying to reclaim items that had been stolen from him. Simpson, who is 61 years old, could spend the rest of his life in prison. He is to be sentenced in early December. For VOA News, this is Gabe Joselow, in Washington.


Okay, Gabe, thank you. I'm Philip Felxio, VOA news. More news on the Internet, just go to voanews.com.

 

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I’m Philip Felxio from the VOA News Center in Washington.

Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected US missile strike has killed at least 20 people including several suspected foreign militants along the Afghan border. Local villagers today began burying the dead from Friday’s attack on a home in the North Waziristan tribal region. The Pakistani officials say an unmanned aircraft launched a missile that hit the home of an Afghan. Officials say many of the dead were Arabs and that they have no information whether any senior militant leaders were killed.

 

The Turkish military says 13 of its soldiers have been killed in southeastern Turkey in the deadly attack carried out by Kurdish rebels in months. Turkish media say the assault lasted several hours and involved many rebels using heavy weapons. At least 23 members of the rebel Kurdistan Workers Party with PKK are also killed in the fighting. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Abdullah Gul both * of firm response to the attack.

 

The US led coalition in Iraq says it has killed the leader of one of al-Qaeda in Iraq’s Baghdad networks, a man who was wanted for several deadly bombing—Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. He is also named as Ahmad Fadil Nazil Al-Khalayilah and an identified female was killed Friday in a raid on a building in Baghdad. Soldiers targeted the building based on intelligence report. The suspect was believed to be behind multiple car bombings in Baghdad, including two attacks Thursday that killed at least eight people.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in India for a two-day visit to talk about the civilian nuclear deal the US congress recently approved. Rice says that administrate the details need to be solved before she can sign the deal that ends a 34-year-ban on civilian nuclear trade with India. The former India foreign secretary, and former India ambassador to the United States Lalit Mansingh says that the pact represents a big step forward for India.

 

“Its very significance lies in the fact that the entire key to unlocking this seal and a half decade of technological sanction. This key was in the hands of United States. So finally the US has come along to give us the opening. So I think historically it is very significant.”

India's Communist Party plans to protect the deal. They say their government has surrendered India’s sovereignty to US imperialism.

 

Many Americans are worried about the state of the US economy and their own financial future but President George Bush says the financial crisis will ease.

“Like coming together on this legislation, we have acted boldly to help prevent the crisis on Wall Street from the coming crisis in community across our country.”

 

The president is trying to reassure the American during his weekly radio address today, calling a 700-billion-dollar plan to rescue the troubled financial industry the right choice.

“Because of the legislation, the federal government can help banks and other financial institutions resume landing. This works out and continues providing the capital that is essential to creating jobs, financing college education and helping American families meet their daily needs. ”

Mr. Bush signed in the historic bailout bill into law Friday but today warning that not all of the measures included in the bill will have an immediate effect.

A jury in the western state of Nevada has found former American football star O.J. Simpson guilty on charges of robbery and kidnapping. The verdict comes in 13 years to the day after he was acquitted for the murder of his former-wife and her friend. VOA's Gabe Joselow reports from Washington.

O.J. Simpson showed no emotion as a clerk for the Clark County District Court in Las Vegas read the verdict:  "We the jury in the above entitled case find the defendant Orenthal James Simpson as follows: count one, conspiracy to commit a crime, guilty; count two, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, guilty; count three, conspiracy to commit robbery, guilty; count four, burglary while in possession of a deadly weapon, guilty; count five, first degree kidnapping…"

The charges stem from an incident in Las Vegas last year, when prosecutors say Simpson and a group of men stormed into the hotel room of two sports-collectibles dealers and demanded they return items related to Simpson's football career.

Prosecutors said Simpson told two of the men in his group to bring guns. Simpson denied that allegation, and said he was only trying to reclaim items that had been stolen from him. Simpson, who is 61 years old, could spend the rest of his life in prison. He is to be sentenced in early December. From VOA News, this is Gabe Joselow in Washington.

 

Ok, Gabe, thank you. I'm Philip Felxio, VOA news. More news on the internet just go to voanews.com.

 

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I’m Phlip Felxio from the VOA News Center in Washington.


Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected US missile strike has killed at least 20 people, including several suspected foreign militants, along the Afghan border. Local villagers today began burying the dead from Friday's attack on a home in the village of Mohammed Khel, in the North Waziristan tribal region. The Pakistani officials say an unmanned aircraft launched a missile that hit the home of an Afghan. Officials say many of the dead were Arabs and that they had no information whether any senior militant leaders were killed.

 

The Turkish military says 15 of its soldiers have been killed in southeastern Turkey in the deadliest attack carried out by Kurdish rebels in months. Turkish media say the assault lasted several hours and involved many rebels using heavy weapons. At least 23 members of the rebel Kurdistan Workers Party, or PKK, are also killed in the fighting. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Abdullah Gül are both vowing a firm response to the attack.

 

The US-led coalition in Iraq says it has killed the leader of one of al-Qaida in Iraq's Baghdad networks, a man who was wanted for several deadly bombings.


Mahir Ahmad Mahmud Hudu' al-Zubaydi, he's also known as Abu Assad or Abu Rami, and an unidentified female were killed Friday in a raid on a building in Baghdad. Soldiers targeted the building based on intelligence reports. The suspect was believed to be behind multiple car bombings in Baghdad, including two attacks Thursday that killed at least eight people.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in India for a two-day visit to talk about the civilian nuclear deal the US Congress recently approved. Rice says administrative of the details need to be resolved before she can sign the deal. That ends a 34-year ban on civilian nuclear trade with India. The former Indian foreign secretary and former Indian ambassador to the United States, Lalit Mansingh says the pack represents a big step forward for India.


 Its real significance lies in the fact that the entire key to unlocking the three-and-a-half decades of technological sanctions, these keys were in the hands of the United States. So, finally, the U.S. has come around to giving us the opening. Historically, it is very significant. 


India's Communist Party planned to protest the deal. They say their government has surrendered India's sovereign to US Imperialism.

 

Many Americans are worried about the state of the US economy and their own financial future, but President George Bush says the financial crisis will ease.


"By coming together on this legislation we have acted boldly, to help prevent the crisis on Wall Street, from the coming crisis in communities across our country."


The president trying to reassure Americans during his weekly radio address today, calling a 700-billion-dollar plan to rescue the troubled financial industry "the right choice."  


"This legislation, the federal government can help banks and other financial institutions resume landing. This will allowing to continue providing the Capitol and is essential to creating jobs, financing college educations and helping American families meet their daily needs."


Mr. Bush signed the historic bailout bill into law Friday, but today warning that not all of the measures including in the bill will have an immediate effect.

 

A jury in the western U.S. state of Nevada has found former American football star O.J. Simpson guilty on charges of robbery and kidnapping. The verdict comes 13 years after he was acquitted for the murder of his former-wife and her friend. VOA's Gabe Joselow reports from Washington.

O.J. Simpson showed no emotion as a clerk for the clerk county district court in Las Vegas read the verdict.


"We the jury in the above entitled case find the defendant Orenthal James Simpson as follows: count one, conspiracy to commit a crime, guilty; count two, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, guilty; count three, conspiracy to commit robbery, guilty; count four, burglary while in possession of deadly weapon, guilty;count five..."


The charges stem from an incident in Las Vegas last year, when prosecutors say Simpson and a group of men stormed into the hotel room of two sports-collectibles dealers and demanded they return items related to Simpson's football career.


Prosecutors said Simpson told two of the men in his group to bring guns. Simpson denied that allegation, and said he was only trying to reclaim items that had been stolen from him. Simpson, who is 61years old, could spend the rest of his life in prison. He is to be sentenced in early December. For VOA News, this is Gabe Joselow, in Washington.


Okay, Gabe, thank you. I'm Phlip Felxio, VOA news. More news on the Internet, just go to voanews.com.

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I am Philipe Lexio, from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Pakistani Intelligence official say a suspected U.S. missile strike has killed at least 20 people including several suspected foreign militants along the Afghan border. Local villagers today began burying the dead from Friday’s attack on a home in the North Waziristan tribal region. The Pakistani official say an unmanned aircraft launched a missile that hit the home of Afghan. Official say many of the dead were Arabs, and they have no information whether any senior militant leaders were killed.

 

The Turkish military says 15 of its soldiers have been killed at Southeastern Turkey, in the deadly of the attack carried out by Turkish rebels in month. Turkish media saying the assault lasted several hours, it involved many rebels using heavy weapons. At least 23 members of the rebel Kurdistan Workers Party, or PKK, are also killed in the fighting. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Abdullah Gul, both are vowing a firm response to the attack.

 

The U.S. lead coalition in Iraq says it has killed the leader of one of Al-Qaeda in Iraq’s Baghdad networks, a man who wanted for several deadly bombings. Mahir Ahmad Mahmud Hudu' al-Zubaydi, is also named as Abu Assad or Abu Rami and an unidentified female were killed Friday in raid on a building in Baghdad. Soldiers targeted the building based on an intelligence report. The suspect was believed to be behind multiple car-bombings in Baghdad, including 2 attacks Thursday, it killed at least 8 people.

 

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in India, for a 2-day visit to talk about the civilian nuclear deal the U.S. congress recently approved. Rice saying that the administrative details need to be resolved before she can sign the deal. That ends a 34-year ban on civilian nuclear trade with India. The former India Foreign Secretary and former India ambassador to the United States Lalit Mansingh says the pack represents a big step forward for India.

“Its real significance lies in the fact that the entire key to unlocking the three-and-a-half decades of technological isolation, these keys were in the hands of the United States, so, finally, the U.S. has come around to giving us the opening. Historically, it is very significant.”

India’s Communist Party planed to protest the deal; they said their government has surrendered India’s sovereignty to U.S. imperialism.

 

Many Americans are worried about the State of the U.S. economy and their own financial future, but President George Bush says the financial crisis will ease.

“I am coming to get on the legislation we have acted boldly, to help to prevent the crisis on Wall Street, from the coming of crisis in communities across our country.”

The president tried to reassure Americans during his weekly radio address today, calling a 700-billion-dollar plan to rescue the troubled financial industry “the right choice”.

“… the legislation, the federal government can help banks and other financial institutions resume lending. This will allow us to continue to provide the capital that is essential to creating jobs, financing colleges and educations, and helping American families to meet their daily needs. ”

Mr. Bush signed the historic bailout bill into law Friday, but today warning that not all of the measures included in the bill will have an immediate effect.

 

A jury in the western U.S. state of Nevada has found former American football star O.J. Simpson guilty on charges of robbery and kidnapping. The verdict coming 13 years to the day after he was acquitted for the murder of his former wife and her friend.

VOA’s Gabe Joselow reports from Washington.

OJ Simpson showed no emotion as the Clark, for the Clark County District Court in Las Vegas read the verdict.

“We the jury in the above entitled case find the defendant Orenthal James Simpson as follows: count one, conspiracy to commit a crime, guilty; count two, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, guilty; count three, conspiracy to commit robbery, guilty; count four, burglary while in possession of deadly weapon, guilty; Count five, first grade of …”.

The charges stem from the incident in Las Vegas last year, when prosecutor say Simpson and a group of man stormed into the hotel room of two sports-collectible dealers and demanded them to return items related to Simpson’s football career. Prosecutors said Simpson told two of the men in his group to bring guns. Simpson denied that allegation and said he was only trying to reclaim items that have been stolen from him. Simpson, who is 61 years old, could spend his rest of his life in prison. He is to be sentenced in early December.

For VOA news, this is Gabe Joselow, in Washington.

 

Okay, Gabe, thank you. I am Philipe Lexio, VOA news, more news on the internet, just go to voanews.com.

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I’m Phlip Felxio from the VOA News Center in Washington.


Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected US missile strike has killed at least 20 people, including several suspected foreign militants, along the Afghan border. Local villagers today began burying the dead from Friday's attack on a home in the north Waziristan tribal region. The Pakistani officials say an unmanned aircraft launched a missile that hit the home of an Afghan. Officials say many of the dead were Arabs and that they had no information whether any senior militant leaders were killed.

 

The Turkish military says 15 of its soldiers have been killed in southeastern Turkey in the deadliest attack carried out by Kurdish rebels in months. Turkish media say the assault lasted several hours and involved many rebels using heavy weapons. At least 23 members of the rebel Kurdistan Workers Party, or PKK, are also killed in the fighting. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Abdullah Gül are both vowing a firm response to the attack.

 

The US-led coalition in Iraq says it has killed the leader of one of al-Qaida in Iraq's Baghdad networks, a man who was wanted for several deadly bombings.


Mahir Ahmad Mahmud Hudu' al-Zubaydi, he's also known as Abu Assad or Abu Rami, and an unidentified female were killed Friday in a raid on a building in Baghdad. Soldiers targeted the building based on intelligence reports. The suspect was believed to be behind multiple car bombings in Baghdad, including two attacks Thursday that killed at least eight people.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in India for a two-day visit to talk about the civilian nuclear deal the US Congress recently approved. Rice says that administrate of the details need to be resolved before she can sign the deal. That ends a 34-year ban on civilian nuclear trade with India. The former Indian foreign secretary and former Indian ambassador to the United States, Lalit Mansingh says the pack represents a big step forward for India.


 Its real significance lies in the fact that the entire key to unlocking the three-and-a-half decades of technological sanctions, these keys were in the hands of the United States. So, finally, the U.S. has come around to giving us the opening. Historically, it is very significant. 


India's Communist Party’s planned to protest the deal. They say their government has surrendered India's sovereignty to US Imperialism.

 

Many Americans are worried about the state of the US economy and their own financial future, but President George Bush says the financial crisis will ease.


"By coming together on this legislation we have acted boldly, to help prevent the crisis on Wall Street, from the coming crisis in communities across our country."


The president trying to reassure Americans during his weekly radio address today, calling a 700-billion-dollar plan to rescue the troubled financial industry "the right choice."  


"This legislation, the FederalGovernment can help banks and other financial institutions resume landing. This will allowing to continue providing the Capitol and is essential to creating jobs, financing college educations and helping American families meet their daily needs."


Mr. Bush signed the historic bailout bill into law Friday, but today warning that not all of the measures included in the bill will have an immediate effect.

 

A jury in the western U.S. state of Nevada has found former American football star O.J. Simpson guilty on charges of robbery and kidnapping. The verdict coming 13 years to the day after he was acquitted for the murder of his former-wife and her friend. VOA's Gabe Joselow reports from Washington.

O.J. Simpson showed no emotion as a clerk for the clerk county district court in Las Vegas read the verdict.


"We did jury in the above titled case find the defendant Orenthal James Simpson as follows: count one, conspiracy to commit a crime, guilty; count two, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, guilty; count three, conspiracy to commit robbery, guilty; count four, burglary while in possession of deadly weapon, guilty;count five,first degree kidnapping"


The charges stem from an incident in Las Vegas last year, when prosecutors say Simpson and a group of men stormed into the hotel room of two sports-collectibles dealers and demanded they return items were related to Simpson's football career.


Prosecutors said Simpson told two of the men in his group to bring guns. Simpson denied that allegation, and said he was only trying to reclaim items that had been stolen from him. Simpson, who is 61years old, could spend the rest of his life in prison. He is to be sentenced in early December. For VOA News, this is Gabe Joselow, in Washington.


Okay, Gabe, thank you. I'm Phlip Felxio, VOA news. More news on the Internet, just go to voanews.com.

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I’m // from the VOA News Center in Washington.

 

Pakistani intelligence officials say the suspected US missile strike has killed at least 20 people, including several suspected foreign militant, along the Afghan the border. Local villager today began burying the dead from Friday’s attack on a home in the //, in the North Waziristan tribal region. The Pakistani officials say an // aircraft launched a missile that hit the home of Afghan. Officials say many of the dead were Arabs and that they had no information whether any senior militant leaders were killed.

 

The Turkish military says 15 of its soldiers have been killed in southeastern Turkey in the deadly attack carried out by // in months. Turkish media say the // several hours and involved many rebels using heavy weapons. At least 23 members of the rebel // workers party, or PKK are also killed in the fighting. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Abdullah Gül are // a firm response to the attack.

 

The US-led coalition in Iraq says it has killed the leader of one of Al-Qaeda in Iraq’s Baghdad networks, a man who was wanted for several deadly bombing.

 

//, his also know as // and an // female were killed Friday in a raid on a building in Baghdad. Soldiers targeted the building based on intelligence reports. The suspected the // car bombings in Baghdad, including 2 attacks Thursday that killed at least 8 people.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in India for a two days visit to talk about the civilian nuclear deal the US Congress recently approved. Rice says administrative of the details need to be resolved before that she can sign the deal. The ends a 34-year ban on civilian nuclear trade with India. The former Indian foreign secretary and former Indian ambassador to the United States, Lalit Mansingh says the pack represents a big step forward for India.

 

 Its real significance lies in the fact that the entire key to unlocking the three-and-a-half decades of technological //, United States. So finally the US has come around to giving us the opening.//

 

India’s Communist Party planned to protest the deal. They say their government has surrendered India’s // to US //.

 

Many Americans are worried about the state of the US econmy and their own financial future, but President George Bush says the financial crisis will ease.

 

// we have acted //. That helps prevent the crisis on Wall Street, from the coming crisis in communities across our country.

 

The president trying to reassure Americans during his weekly radio address today, calling a 700-billion-dollar plan to rescue the troubled financial industry the right choice.

 

The legislation, the federal government can help banks and other financial institution resume landing. This will allowing to continual providing the Capitol and is essential to creating jobs, financing college educations and helping American families meet their daily needs.

 

Mr. Bush signed the historic bailout bill into law Friday, but today warning that not all of the measures including in the bill will have an immediate effect.

 

// western US state of // has found former American football star O.J. Simpson guilty on charges of robbery and kidnapping. The Verdi need come 13 years after he was acquitted for the murder of his former wife and her friends. VOA’s // reports from Washington.

 

O.J. Simpson showed no emotion as the clerks for the //. We in the above entitled case find the // as follows. //

 

The charges stand from an incident in // last year, when // say a group of men // room of two sports and demanded they return items related to // football career.

 

// told two of the men in his group to bring guns. // denied that his allegation, and said he was only trying to // have been stolen from him. // who was 61 years old could spend the rest of his life in prison. He is to be sentenced in early December. For VOA News, this is//in Washington.


OK, // thank you. I'm //, VOA news. More news on the Internet, just go to voanews.com.

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I’m Phlip Felxio from the VOA News Center in Washington.


Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected US missile strike has killed at least 20 people, including several suspected foreign militants, along the Afghan border. Local villagers today began burying the dead from Friday's attack on a home in the north Waziristan tribal region. The Pakistani officials say an unmanned aircraft launched a missile that hit the home of an Afghan. Officials say many of the dead were Arabs and that they had no information whether any senior militant leaders were killed.

 

The Turkish military says 15 of its soldiers have been killed in southeastern Turkey in the deadliest attack carried out by Kurdish rebels in months. Turkish media saying the assault lasted several hours and involved many rebels using heavy weapons. At least 23 members of the rebel Kurdistan Workers Party, or PKK, are also killed in the fighting. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Abdullah Gül / both vowing a firm response to the attack.

 

The US-led coalition in Iraq says it has killed the leader of one of al-Qaida in Iraq's Baghdad networks, a man who was wanted for several deadly bombings.


Mahir Ahmad Mahmud Hudu' al-Zubaydi, he's also known as Abu Assad or Abu Rami, and an unidentified female were killed Friday in a raid on a building in Baghdad. Soldiers targeted the building based on intelligence reports. The suspect was believed to be behind multiple car bombings in Baghdad, including two attacks Thursday that killed at least eight people.

 

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in India for a two-day visit to talk about the civilian nuclear deal the US Congress recently approved. Rice saying that the administrative details need to be resolved before she can sign the deal. That ends a 34-year ban on civilian nuclear trade with India. The former Indian foreign secretary and former Indian ambassador to the United States, Lalit Mansingh says the pack represents a big step forward for India.


 Its real significance lies in the fact that the entire key to unlocking the three-and-a-half decades of technological sanctions, these keys were in the hands of the United States. So, finally, the U.S. has come around to giving us the opening. So I think, historically, it is very significant. 


India's Communist Party’s planned to protest the deal. They say their government has surrendered India's sovereignty to US Imperialism.

 

Many Americans are worried about the state of the US economy and their own financial future, but President George Bush says the financial crisis will ease.


"By coming together on this legislation we have acted boldly, to help prevent the crisis on Wall Street from becoming a crisis in communities across our country."


The president trying to reassure Americans during his weekly radio address today, calling a 700-billion-dollar plan to rescue the troubled financial industry "the right choice."  


"With this legislation, the Federal government can help banks and other financial institutions resume lending. This will allow them to continue providing the capital that is essential to creating jobs, financing college educations and helping American families meet their daily needs."


Mr. Bush signing the historic bailout bill into law Friday, but today warning that not all of the measures included in the bill will have an immediate effect.

 

A jury in the western U.S. state of Nevada has found former American football star O.J. Simpson guilty on charges of robbery and kidnapping. The verdict coming 13 years to the day after he was acquitted for the murder of his former-wife and her friend. VOA's Gabe Joselow reports from Washington.

O.J. Simpson showed no emotion as a clerk for the Clark County District Court in Las Vegas read the verdict.


"We did jury in the above titled case find the defendant Orenthal James Simpson as follows: count one, conspiracy to commit a crime, guilty; count two, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, guilty; count three, conspiracy to commit robbery, guilty; count four, burglary while in possession of deadly weapon, guilty; count five, first degree kidnapping"


The charges stemed from an incident in Las Vegas last year, when prosecutors say Simpson and a group of men stormed into the hotel room of two sports-collectibles dealers and demanded they return items / related to Simpson's football career.


Prosecutors said Simpson told two of the men in his group to bring guns. Simpson denied that allegation, and said he was only trying to reclaim items that had been stolen from him. Simpson, who is 61years old, could spend the rest of his life in prison. He is to be sentenced in early December. For VOA News, this is Gabe Joselow, in Washington.


Okay, Gabe, thank you. I'm Phlip Felxio, VOA news. More news on the Internet, just go to voanews.com.

 

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I’m Philip Lexio, from the VOA News Center in Washington.

Pakistani intelligence officials say a suspected US missile strike has killed at least 20 people, including several suspected foreign militants along the Afghan border. Local villagers today began burying the dead from Friday’s attack on a home in the north Waziristan tribal region. The Pakistani officials say an unmanned aircraft launched a missile that hit the home of an Afghan. Officials say many of the dead were Arabs that they have no information whether any senior militant leaders were killed.

The Turkish military says 15 of its soldiers have been killed in southeastern Turkey in the deadliest attack carried out by Kurdish rebels in months. Turkish media say the assault lasted several hours and involved many rebels using heavy weapons. At least 23 members of the rebel Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK, are also killed in the fighting. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Abdullah Gul, both vowing a firm response to the attack.

The US-led coalition in Iraq says it has killed the leader of one of Al-Qaeda in Iraq’s Baghdad networks. A man who was wanted for several deadly bombings, Mahir Ahmad Mahmud Hudu' al-Zubaydi, he’s also known as Abu Assad or Abu Rami and an unidentified female were killed Friday in a raid on a building in Baghdad. Soldiers targeted at the building based on intelligence reports. The suspect was believed to be behind multiple car bombings in Baghdad, including two attacks Thursday that killed at least 8 people.

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in India for a two-day visit to talk about the civilian nuclear deal the US Congress recently approved. Rice says that the administrative details need to be resolved before she can sign the deal that ends a 34-year ban on civilian nuclear trade with India. The former Indian foreign secretary and former Indian ambassador to the United States Lalit Mansingh says the pack represents a big step forward for India. “Its real significance lies in the fact that the entire key to unlocking the three-and-a-half decades of technological sanctions, these keys were in the hands of the United States. So finally, the US has come around to giving us the opening. I think, historically it is very significant.” India’s communist party’s planned a protest of the deal. They say their government has surrendered India’s sovereignty to US imperialism.

Many Americans are worried about the state of the US economy and their own financial future. But President George Bush says the financial crisis will ease. “By coming together on this legislation we have acted boldly to help prevent the crisis on Wall Street from becoming a crisis in communities across our country.” The President trying to reassure Americans during his weekly radio address today calling a 700-billion-dollar plan to rescue the troubled financial industry “the right choice”. “With this legislation, the federal government can help banks and other financial institutions to resume lending. This will allow them to continue providing the capital that is essential to creating jobs, financing college educations and helping American families to meet their daily needs.” Mr. Bush signing the historic bailout bill into law Friday but today warning that not all of the measures included in the bill will have an immediate effect.

A jury in the western US state of Nevada has found former American football star O.J. Simpson guilty on charges of robbery and kidnapping. The verdict coming 13 years to the day after he was acquitted for the murder of his former wife and her friend. VOA’s

Orenthal James

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