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hello, I'm Melissa Long here is at the CNN center in Atlanta,it's Friday October 10th,here is a look at the storis happening now in the news.

 

Yesterday’s massive sale-off on Wall Street rolled around the world to send overseas markets plumping today. In Europe, all of the major indices paid significant losses. Japan’s NIKKEI index lost nearly 900 points or more than 9.5 percent of its value. It is Nikkei’s biggest one-day loss since the Crash 1987.

 

President Bush once again tried to calm the panic to markets today. Speaking from the White House this morning, the President said the government is moving aggressively to address the nation’s financial problems. The President also said the government’s rescue plan will take time to begin working. He assured the American people that they can be confident in their economic future.

 

And with the financial markets in turmoil, the Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is meeting today with finance ministers and central bankers from the G-7 Group of industrialized nations. They are discussing ways to solve the current global financial crisis. Waiting for a joint statement, that is expected sometimes this afternoon. Now it was on Wednesday, major central banks around the world agreed to coordinate rate cut in an attempt to ease the worries in the global markets.

 

Pakistani officials say a suicide bomber has attacked a meeting of anti-insurgent tribesmen. Police said the blast killed 18 people and wound more than 2 dozens others in the tribe area of West Pakistan. Investigators say the bomber entered the gathering where tribe leaders were discussing forming a militia to take on the Taliban. The Pakistani government has been encouraging the leaders to build local resistance in areas along the border with Afghanistan.

 

Finland’s former president, Martti Ahtisaari, is the 2008 recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. He earned this award for his tieless work for peace in every corner of the globe. Ahtisaari says his greatest achievement is the role he played in the Namibia's independence.

 

And that it's a look at the headlines making news at this hour,do stay with CNN and CNN.com for more on these stories and other news of the day.

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Hello, I’m Melissa Long, here’s at the CNN Center in Atlanta. It’s Friday, Oct. 10th. Here’s a look at some of the stories happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Yesterday’s massive sell off on Wall Street rolled around the world, to send overseas markets plummeting today. In Europe all of the major indices pegged significant losses. Japan’s Nikkei index lost nearly 900 points or more than 9.5% of its value. It is Nikkei’s biggest one-day loss since the crash in 1987.

 

President Bush once again tried to calm the panicked markets today. Speaking from the White House this morning, the president of the government is moving aggressively to address the nation’s financial problems. The president also said the government's rescue plan will take time to begin working. He assured the American people that they can be confident in their economic future.

 

And with the financial markets in turmoil, the Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is meeting today with finance ministers and central bankers from the G-7 Group of industrialized nations. They are discussing ways to solve the current global financial crisis. Waiting for a joint statement that is expected sometime this afternoon, now was on Wednesday, major central banks around the world agreed to a coordinated rate cut in an attempt to ease the worries in the global markets.

 

Pakistani officials say a suicide bomber has attacked a meeting of anti-insurgent tribesmen. Police said the blast killed 18 people and wounded more than two dozen others in the tribal area of Western Pakistan. Investigators say the bomber entered the gathering where tribal leaders were discussing forming a militia to take on the Taliban. The Pakistani government has been encouraging the leaders to build local resistance in areas along the border with Afghanistan.

 

Finland/ former President Martti Ahtisaari is the 2008 recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. He earned this award for his tireless work for peace in every corner of the globe. Ahtisaari says his greatest achievement is the role he played in / Namibia’s independence.

 

And that is a look at some of the headlines making news at this hour. Do stay with CNN and CNN.com for more on these stories or other news of the day.

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Hello, I'm Melissa Long here at the CNN Center in Atlanta. It's Friday, October 10th. Here's a look at some of the stories happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Yesterday's massive sell-off on Wall Street road around the world to send overseas markets plumping today. In Europe all of the major indices pegged significant losses. Japan's Nikkei index lost nearly 900 points or more than 9.5% of its value. It is the Nikkei's biggest one-day loss since the crash in 1987.

 

President Bush once again tried to calm the panic market today. Speaking from the White House this morning, the President of the government is moving aggressively to address the nation's financial problems. The President also said the government rescue plan will take time to begin working. He assured the American people that they can be confident in their economy future.

 

With the financial markets in turmoil the Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is meeting today with finance ministers and central bankers from the G7 Group of industrialized nations. They are discussing ways to solve the current global financial crisis. Waiting for a joint statement that is expected sometime this afternoon. Now, It was on Wednesday major central banks around the world agreed to a coordinate rate cut into attempts to ease the worries in the global markets.

 

Pakistani officials say suicide bomber has attacked a meeting of anti-insurgent tribesmen. Police say the blast killed 18 people and wounded more than two dozen others in the tribal area of western Pakistan. Investigators say the bomber enter the gathering where tribal leaders were discussing forming a militia to take on the Taliban. The Pakistani government has been encouraging the leaders to build local resistance in areas along the border with Afghanistan.

 

Finland former President Martti Ahtisaari is 2008 recipient of the Nobel Peace Price. He earned this award for his tireless work for peace in every corner of the globe. Ahtisaari says his greatest achievement is the role he played in Namibia's independence.

 

And that is a look at some of the headlines making news at this hour. Do stay with CNN and CNN.com for more on these stories or other news of the day.

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Hello. I’m Melissa Long at the CNN center in Atlanta this Friday Oct 10th. Here’s a look at some of the stories happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Yesterday’s massive sell-off by Wall Street rolling around the world sent overseas markets plummeting today. In Europe, all of major indices packed significant losses. Japan’s Nikkei Index lost nearly 900 points or more than 9.5% its value. It’s Nikkei’s biggest one-day loss since the crash in 1987.

 

President Bush once again tried to calm the panic market today. Speaking from the White House this morning, the president said the government is moving aggressively to address the nation’s financial problem. President also said the government’s rescue plan will take time to begin working. He ensured the American people that they can be confident in their economic future.

 

And Wiley financial market in turmoil. The Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is meeting today with finance minister and central bankers from the G7 group of industrialized nations. They are discussing ways to solve the current financial crisis.

 

Waiting for …statement, that’s expected sometime this afternoon. Now it was on Wednesday major central banks around the world agreed to coordinate rate cut in attempts to ease the worries in global markets.

 

Pakistani officials say a suicide bomber had attacked a meeting of entire insurgent …Police say the blast killed 18 people and wounded more than 200 others in a tribal area of western Pakistan. Investigators say the bomber entered the gathering when tribal leaders were discussing forming a militia to take armed Taliban. The Pakistani government has been encouraging the leaders to build local resistance in areas along the boarder with Afghanistan.

 

Finland, former president, M A is the 2008 recipient of Nobel Peace Price. He earned this award for his tireless work for peace in every corner of the globe. A says his greatest achievement is the role he play in the Mid-east independence.

 

And that is a look at what’s making news at this hour. Do stay with CNN or CNN.com for more on these stories and other news of the day.
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Hello,I'm Melissa Long,here at the CNN Center in Atlanta.It's Friday,October 10th,here is a look at some stories happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

Yesterday's massive selloff on Wall Street rolled around the world,sent overseas markets plummeting today.In Europe all of the major indexes paid significant losses,Japan's Nikkei index lost nearly 900 points or more than 9.5 percent of its value.It is Nikkei's biggest one day loss since the crash in 1987.

 

President Bush once again tries to calm the panicked markets today speaking from the White House this morning.The president said the government is moving aggressively to address the nation's fanancial problems.President also said the government's rescue plan will take time to begin working.He ensured the American people that they can be confident in their economic future.

 

When we see financial markets in turmoil,the Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is meeting today with finance ministers and central bankers from the G7 group of industrialized nations.They are discussing ways to solve the current global financial crisis.

 

Waiting for a joint statement that is expected sometime this afternoon.On Wednesday major central banks around the world agreed to a coordinated rate cut in an attempt to ease the worries in the global markets.

 

Pakistani officials say a suicide bomber has attacked a meeting of anti-insurgent tribesmen.Police say the blast killed 18 people and wounded more than 2 dozens others in the tribal area of western Pakistan.Investigators say the bomber entered the gathering where tribal leaders were discussing forming a militia to take on the Taliban.The Pakistani government has been  encouraging the leaders to build local resistance in areas along the border with Afghanistan.

 

Finland's former president Martti Ahtisaari is the 2008 recipient of the Nobel peace prize.He earned this award for his tireless work for peace in every corner of the globe.Ahtisaari says his greatest achievement is role he played in Namibia's independence.

 

And that is a look at some of the headlines making news at this hour,do stay with CNN and CNN.com for more on these stories or other news of the day.

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Hello, I’m Melissa Long, here’s at the CNN Center in Atlantic. It’s Friday, Oct, 10th. Here’s a look at some stories happening now in the news.

 

Yesterday’s massive sale  off on Wall Street rule around the world, sent over sees the markets plummeting today. In Europe all of the major indicize pay significant losses. Japan’s NICCA in that lost nearly 900 hundred points or the 9.5% of its value. It is NiCCA’s biggest one-day loss since the crash in 1997.

 

President Bush once again trys to call on the panic markets today. Speaking from the White House this morning, the presidents of government is moving aggressively to address the nation’s financial problems. President also said the government rescue plan will take time to begin working. He assured that American people can be confident in their economic futu re. And with the financial markets in turmoil, the Treasury secretary Henrry Posion is met today with finance ministers and bankers from the G 7-group of industrializations. They are discussing the way of solving the current global financial crisis. Waiting for a join statement that is expected to spend some time this afternoon.

 

Now on Wednesday, major centre banks around the world agreed to coordinated right cut in an attempt to ease the worry of the global markets.

 

Pakistani official says a suicide bomb has attacked a meeting of anti-insurgent tribes’ men.  Police said the blast killed 18 people and wounded more than 2000 others in tribe area of West Pakistan. Investigator say the bomb entered the gathering where tribe leaders were discussing forming a militia to take on the Taliban. The Pakistani government has been encouraging the leaders to build local resistance in areas along the border with Afghanistan.

 

Finland’s former president Martti Ahtisaari is the 2008 recipient of the Nobel Peace prize. He earned this award with tireless work for peace in every corner of the global. Ahtisaari says his great achievement is the role he played in the Libya’s independence.

 

And that is a look at some of the headlines making news this hour. Do stay with CNN, and CNN.com for more on these stories or other news of the day.

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HW Hello, I’m Melissan Long, here’s at the CNN Center in Atlanta. It’s Friday, Oct, 10th. Here’s a look at some stories happening NOW IN THE NEWS. Yesterday's massive saleoff in wall street rolled around the world sending overseas market plummeting today. In Europe, all of the main indexes paid significant losses. Japan's Nikkei index lost nearly 900 points or more than 9 and a half percent of its value. It is Nikkei's biggest one-day loss since the crash in 1997. President Bush was again tried to calm the panicked markets today.speaking from the White House this morning,the president said the government is moving aggressively to address the nation's financial problems. The president also said the government's rescue plan would take time to begin working. He enssured the American people that they can be confident in their economic future. And with financial markets in turmoil.The Treasury Secretary Henrry Posion is meeting today with finance ministers and central bankers from the G-7 group of industrialized nations. And they are discussing ways to solve the current global financial crisis. Waiting for a joint statement that is expected sometime this afternoon. Now was on Wednesday, major central banks around the world agreed a a coordinated rate cut in an attempt to ease the worries in the global markets. Pakistani officials say a suicide bomber has attacked a meeting of anti-insurgent tribesmen. Police said the blast killed 18 people and wounded more than two dozen others in a tribal area of West Pakistan. Investigators say the bomber entered the gathering where tribal leaders were discussing forming a militia to take on the Talitan. The Pakistani government has been encouraging the leaders to build local resistance in areas along the border with Afghanistan. Finland's former president Martti Ahtisaari is the 2008 recipient of a Nobel Peace Prize. He earned this award for his tireless work for peace in every corner of the globe. Ahtisaari says his greatest achivement is the role he played in the Namibia’s independence. And that is a look at some of the headlines making news at this hour. Do stay with CNN, and CNN.com for more on these stories or other news of the day.
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